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Several Former Stone Crabs Moved Around During September Call-Ups

It’s September 1 and the MLB rosters have expanded to 40 resulting in a bunch of moving around the organization. As a result, the Ray have promoted six to the major league roster, five of which are former Stone Crabs. 58 more words

Class Of 2011

HS football notes: The Brandon Peters Show and Indy's struggles in Ohio

Caught your breath yet from Ben Davis’ 49-42 win over Avon on Friday? A few thoughts and leftovers from that instant classic and some other notes from the weekend: 991 more words

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Letter: 'A cycle-friendly city is best for everyone,' so show respect

Re: Fellow cyclists, we need to talk, Aug. 27.

Three rings of the bike bell to Matt Moore for his opinion piece.

I live near the Pretoria Bridge, and whether I’m walking, cycling or driving, like Moore, I’ve been passed by bikes on the left, passed on the right, passed on the sidewalk, and passed on the bike path, rarely with a bell or a warning, even while I myself am passing on my own bike. 90 more words

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HS football: No. 1 Ben Davis survives No. 6 Avon in instant classic

It felt like November all over again at Ben Davis on Friday night.

Many of the names have changed. The air was much warmer. Otherwise, Class 6A top-ranked Ben Davis’ 49-42 win over sixth-ranked Avon felt a lot like those crazy tournament wins over Warren Central and Center Grove last year en route to the state title. 928 more words

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Matt Moore: Fellow cyclists, we need to talk

Three months ago, I started biking to work downtown. In that time, I’ve found a lot of bicyclists are jerks.

In blogs and letters to the editor, cyclists seem to see themselves as both heroes (i.e., no pollution, reduced parking requirements, good for their health) and victims. 593 more words

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Gastin spices up wing-t in taking over Utica program

UTICA – Brian Gastin was a Wing-T disciple in a ground-oriented, record-setting offense at Mount Vernon, but he’s added some wrinkles to it in his new job at Utica. 1,014 more words

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