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Loran Smith: Can Watson stay between the lines at U.S. Open?
The U.S. Open, America’s national championship of golf, starts Thurs-day at Pinehurst Resort’s No. 2 course, where as much pre-tournament attention has been paid to those missing from the field as those who will be competing for the title.
Devin Golden: Roller derby team to host bout Saturday
If you’re looking for something different this weekend in Dalton, there’s a growing-in-popularity sport rooting at The Zone Skate Center.
Loran Smith: Lester seems destined for greatness
BOSTON — The Boston Red Sox and their prized left-hander, Jon Lester, are in contract negotiations, which causes considerable nervousness among the countless Sox fans from Connecticut to Maine and beyond the Canadian border.
Tom Lindley: Goodell has headaches to match salary
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has been taking a little heat since it was reported that he’s pulling down a cool $44 million a year. That seems like a lot of money for attending football games.
A Look Ahead: Karate’s best to appear at Varnell dojo
To hear Mickey Brock, owner and chief instructor at Tenchi Family Karate and Fitness Center in Varnell, tell it, the events this week at the facility off of Highway 2 are tantamount to a visit from royalty.
Larry Case: ‘River rat’ had life of simplicity
He lived in a two-room cabin between the railroad track and the riverbank. Even at the tender age of 14, I was always careful not to call his home a shack. In truth, though, if you called it anything else, you were just being kind.
Jamie Jones: ‘Opportunity’ key
Here are the notes and news items from the week in pro wrestling: Who’s next to return to the ring? Will it be Bill Goldberg?
In a recent interview with Donald Wood for Ring Rust Radio, Goldberg said he is open to returning to wrestling.
Loran Smith: Mack Brown enjoys different kind of success now
These are different times for Mack Brown, who won a national championship, two Rose Bowl games, two conference titles and took the University of Texas football program to 15 bowl games in 16 years as the Longhorns’ head coach.
Devin Golden: This week’s podcast to sum up year in sports
With the 2013-2014 high school sports season reaching its conclusion last week, so does the every-week occurrence of The Daily Citizen’s “After Deadline” podcast.
At least for a few months.
Larry Case: Hellgrammites display nasty attitudes but are exceptional bait
Unless you live under a rock like a hellgrammite, if you are a fisherman, you have heard of this insect and know of its importance in the fishing world. If you fish a river in North America, especially for smallmouth bass or trout, you know what an important bait this denizen of the underwater world is.
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