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  • Belmont uses 30-3 run to seal Trevecca Nazarene's fate

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Nick Hopkins and Nick Muszynski each scored 16 points and Belmont earned a 104-50 win against Trevecca Nazarene on Tuesday night. Belmont closed the first half on a 30-3 run and led 53-20 at halftime. The Bruins held the Trojans without a field goal for a ...

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  • Belmont uses 30-3 run to seal Trevecca Nazarene’s fate

    Nick Hopkins and Nick Muszynski each scored 16 points and Belmont earned a 104-50 win against Trevecca Nazarene on Tuesday night. Belmont closed the first half on a 30-3 run … Click to Continue

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  • Bob Baffert's Improbable wins Los Alamitos Futurity

    It was 15 minutes before Saturday’s Grade I, $300,000 Los Alamitos CashCall Futurity, and all eyes and ears were directed to Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert in the paddock. His two jockeys, Drayden Van Dyke and Joe Talamo, were surrounding him like players waiting for instructions from their coach

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  • Walker holds out hope for another run at Kimberly-Clark

    Gov. Scott Walker is hinting that there may still be a chance to save a Kimberly-Clark factory and about 300 jobs after a tax incentive bill failed in the Legislature.

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  • Georgia doesn't need another voter suppressor running its elections

    Since 2007 the state’s voters have faced an onslaught on their rights. Instead of Brad Raffensperger as their new secretary of state, they need democracy Donald Trump wants Brad Raffensperger to be secretary of state overseeing elections in Georgia. That, alone, should give any self-respecting American pause. What the state needs is not more of the voter suppression that put a truly compromised candidate in the White House in 2016 or that allowed more than 1 million Georgians to be purged from...

    the Guardian
  • Horse and trainer survive Lilac Fire and help each other heal

    One year ago, fire tore through the San Luis Rey Training Center near San Diego, killing 46 horses. The tragedy could have been worse.

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  • Another Drug Crisis: Methamphetamine Use By Pregnant Women

    As illegal meth use has made a comeback across the U.S., pregnant women have not been spared, doctors say. New research shows rural areas in the South, Midwest and West have been hit hardest.

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