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Virginia Master Naturalists: Historic Rivers Chapter graduates new volunteer corps of conservationistsThe Historic Rivers Chapter of the Virginia Master Naturalists recently graduated 21 new members from Basic Training. New volunteers started their training in September and completed required classes and field trips early in March, according to a news...
Missing training camp and the preseason had different consequences for the face of the Bears and the face of the Jaguars. For Maurice Jones-Drew, who sat out in a contract dispute, missing time was a benefit. "I might be a little fresher, not taking...
Unbuckling the mailbag: Question: USC hangover? As a Stanford fan, this is painful but familiar. Alicia Dingsdale Answer: You're not kidding. Stanford looked like it spent its bye week after USC wasting away again in Margaritaville. Blew out my flip-...
Less than a month after two alums were inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, the Pitt Panthers lost to a Championship Subdivision opponent for the first time. Those two events illustrate the opportunity and challenge confronting rookie head...
The Hartford CourantUConn made its first Big East home game and its first night game at Rentschler Field an auspicious occasion Thursday. The Huskies gave a sellout crowd of 40,000 plenty to cheer about in a 29-17 victory over Pittsburgh. A snarling defense, Cornell...
Tribune staff reporterGoing into Friday night, Stephen King novels had more suspense than the Bears' depth chart. In lieu of position battles, precision was the focus. That precision still must be in Bourbonnais, at Halas Hall or back at O'Hare. It certainly didn't get...
Tribune staff reporterSo, maybe Curtis Conway had a point. Less work, not more, the wide receiver said a week ago, was just the tonic a lethargic and recently defeated Bears team needed to find itself. And lo and behold, after a week in which travel time from Ireland exceeded...
Tribune staff reporterAn ominous shadow of doubt continued to grow over and within the Bears on Sunday, as a 21-14 loss to the Detroit Lions ran their record to 0-4 and their answers to zero. The defeat was the Bears' eighth in their last nine games and their 12th in the last...
Tribune staff reporterJim Miller needed neither ammunition nor anyone's permission to gloat Sunday. The point was so obvious, it barely needed to be made. Miller took the same team, the same teammates and essentially the same offense and did what Cade McNown had largely...
Tribune staff reporterThere is no such thing as a turning point when there are seven of them. No credible big-play alibi when the other team has five. No real excuse for leading 20-9 only to lose 30-27. Not when you're supposed to be a team with a legitimate playoff agenda....
Tribune staff reporterIt might be too soon to view it as anything more than another Bears defeat, though an especially cruel one. But one day, Sunday night might be looked back on as much, much more than that. In what has to be the lowest point of the five-year Dave Wannstedt...
Tribune staff reporterA Sunday that began with hope drawn from a week-ago win over the once-hated Green Bay Packers ended as many have lately for the Bears at Soldier Field--in ignominy. But this time it was worse. In a season of lows, a new one was reached. At the end of...
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