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South has lost its biggest fan

July 20, 2014 Leadership. More than anything else, it determines the success or failure of virtually every organization, be it in the business world, the sports world or any other fiel. more »»

Get the dirt on Eldora

July 19, 2014 From asphalt to dirt, the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series makes a transition to the high-banked clay oval of Eldora Speedway on Wednesday for the second consecutive season. more »»

Calhoun athletes feel the hurt

July 18, 2014 The harsh reality of the matter is money usually makes the world go round. more »»

Handing out some hardware

July 16, 2014 It is hard to believe we have reached the halfway point of the MLB season already. more »»

Conley fulfilling his dream

July 15, 2014 Competing in NASCAR is a dream for some drivers and a nightmare for others. Cale Conley has been living his dream since he was contacted by Richard Childress Racing to drive its No. more »»

Choosing up sides bad idea

July 14, 2014 Choosing up sides. We’ve all done it. Think back to the days of neighborhood basketball, baseball or football game. more »»

Feeling good for Cleveland

July 13, 2014 On Wednesday, Cleveland received the best news it had gotten in a long time —it had been selected as the site of the 2016 Republican National Convention. more »»

Half Marathon Diary

July 13, 2014 EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the sixth in a series of weekly columns by Kayla Dunn, a 25-year-old Belpre resident who is training to run in the News and Sentinel Half Marathon on Aug. 16. more »»

Alliance is a nuisance to NASCAR

July 12, 2014 NASCAR owner Brian France has a powerful staff beneath him. This group of people sets the standards for Sprint Cup, Nationwide Series and Camping World Truck Series owners must follo. more »»

Beane behind the fireworks

July 11, 2014 Returned from an extended weekend vacation and come to find out the Oakland Athletics took a major step forward toward securing their place atop the American League hierarchy. more »»

Golfers love a challenge

July 10, 2014 Golfers like to challenge their game on a variety of golf-course layouts. Some designers prefer difficult terrain from tee to green — while others provide run-off areas for the everyday hacker. more »»

Seider: Trickett a ‘leader’

July 9, 2014 Ever since the ‘decision’ there has been a lot of reasons given for why, and why not, head coach Dana Holgorsen was correct in selecting fifth-year senior Clint Trickett to be the Mountaineers’... more »»

Roane will miss Williams

July 8, 2014 I turned 60 last week, but long before that happened I made it a daily point to read the local obituaries. Hardly ever does a day go by when I don’t recognize someone who passed away. more »»

Passing out some Franklins

July 7, 2014 There were plenty of $100 bills being spent at the Greenbrier Classic over the past four days. more »»

Political no-no for Parsons

July 7, 2014 Money is the driving force in auto racing. Without major sponsorship, owners couldn’t afford to put their cars on the track. Phil Parsons Racing is an independent team looking for every dollar. more »»

Strange baseball season

July 6, 2014 The more I watch the 2014 Major League Baseball season, the more confused I become. Take, for example, the National League Central. Last year, it produced the NL champion St. more »»

OSU lands two top recruits for its 2015 class

July 5, 2014 Ohio State took a big step on Wednesday toward another top-notch football recruiting class next spring by getting verbal commitments from a pair of blue-chip prospects to further bolster the... more »»

National spotlight on W.Va.

July 4, 2014 West Virginia’s national image is one of a coal mining state inhabited by a bunch of uneducated hicks. That’s the way the Mountain State is depicted more often than not on televisio. more »»

Schedule favors Marshall

July 3, 2014 Don’t be surprised if Marshall football coach Doc Holliday steals the thunder from the school’s first-year men’s basketball coach Dan D’Antoni. more »»

Holgorsen made the right call

July 2, 2014 Call it befuddling, bizarre, weird, strange or the adjective of your choice. more »»



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