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By Denise Hellekson, The Village Business Institute
I enjoyed watching the Summer Olympics more this year than I have in the past. Maybe it was because I had a greater need to see the positivity, pas... Posted on 8/21/12 at 3:53 PM
PEACE GARDEN MAMA II mama mondays: olympics prompts memories of track days
I missed the opening ceremonies of the Summer Olympics 2012 and was beginning to feel I had too many other obligations to sit tight long enough to get through any of the events.
Then came my surprise... Posted on 8/20/12 at 12:01 AM
STAFF BLOG RINK & RUN Ugandan Kiprotich wins Olympic marathon in 2:08:01
Stephen Kiprotich, 23, gave Uganda its first gold medal of the 2012 Summer Olympics, and first since 1972, by winning Sunday's men's marathon in 2:08:01 ahead of two Kenyan runners. Meb Keflezighi, th... Posted on 8/12/12 at 9:38 AM
THE FLENSBURGER FILES 2012: The Year of Reckoning
If there is a year where judgement day will take place, where our actions of the past will determine our fate in the future and where justice will be served once and for all, this year is it and for ... Posted on 1/4/12 at 7:12 AM
SAM COOK: Now comes word, from no less than the New York Times, that drug-testing has come to ice-fishing Let’s idle our jigging rods just long enough to ponder a few things. Mainly, how in the world could performance-enhancing drugs improve your ice fishing? More animated jigging action? Better control of your power auger?
The IOC's evaluation commission is heading to Japan this week on the first leg of its three-city tour to examine the bids from Tokyo, Madrid and Istanbul — a key phase in assessing the pros and cons of the multi-billion dollar projects.
UPDATE: South African runner Oscar Pistorius said in an affidavit read by his lawyer at his bail hearing today that he felt vulnerable because he did not have on his prosthetic legs when he pumped bullets into the locked bathroom door.
After months of warnings, the IOC executive board imposed the sanction when the Indian Olympic Association failed to comply with the world body's demands for holding independent elections, officials said.
EDITOR'S NOTE: Duluth native Kara Goucher of Portland, Ore., reflects on her race in the Summer Olympics women’s marathon from Aug. 5, where she finished 11th in 2 hours, 26 minutes, 7 seconds. Teammate Shalane Flanagan was 10th in 2:25:51. Goucher wrote this for the News Tribune.
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