Archive for December, 2006

God Is My Quarterback: NFL Chaplains Battle Player Self-Doubt (Northwest Herald)

Sunday, December 31st, 2006

God Is My Quarterback: NFL Chaplains Battle Player Self-Doubt (Northwest Herald) Washington Redskins head coach Joe Gibbs says that when he paces the sidelines, he feels God walking alongside, making him a better coach. A look at the best performers in a year that defied conventional NFL logic (Seattle Times) This will be remembered as […]

Orthodox nuns live for God

Sunday, December 31st, 2006

Orthodox nuns live for GodYakima Herald Republic – The priest’s wife takes Greek pastries from display cases, placing them in refrigerators for the night. Sister Myrophora makes one last latt for a man who slips in the door at 6 on the dot. Dunaway straightens tables and chairs, then pulls a string Season’s ReadingsWashington Post […]

What a year of baseball

Sunday, December 31st, 2006

What a year of baseballAsheville Citizen-Times – ASHEVILLE There is no single theme to what was a fascinating 2006 for baseball in WNC. Web Extras: Multimedia & Related Content Joe Mikulik, manager of the Asheville Tourists, talks to AC-T senior writer Keith Jarrett about the tirade in

Out of sight: Liverpool Lil s

Sunday, December 31st, 2006

Out of sight: Liverpool Lil sExaminer – At the eatery s front is its cozy publike cocktail lounge, covered with sports memorabilia, showcasing those athletes who have frequented the place. So that table in the cocktail area dominated by photos and articles written about the star, well Eric Kinney, President PRWeb – The all-sports Philly […]

Ford’s former personal secretary reflects on her boss of 14 years

Sunday, December 31st, 2006

Ford’s former personal secretary reflects on her boss of 14 yearsMLive.com – Ford gave the players an impromptu tour of the West Wing and showed them his collection of sports memorabilia, which was displayed by Downton’s desk, down a short hallway from the Oval Office. “He brought the entire team into my small office. We […]

Looking Ahead | More of the same, with bizarre twists (Seattle Times)

Sunday, December 31st, 2006

Looking Ahead | More of the same, with bizarre twists (Seattle Times) Casey Stengel, the late baseball lifer known for his goofy ways, once offered this sage advice: “Never make predictions, especially about… A look at the best performers in a year that defied conventional NFL logic (Seattle Times) This will be remembered as the […]

NFL & NBC ‘flexing’ their muscles (Northwest Indiana Times)

Sunday, December 31st, 2006

NFL & NBC ‘flexing’ their muscles (Northwest Indiana Times) You’re frothing mad, aren’t you? You could drive your fist through a wall, I bet. The National Football League wouldn’t care if you shattered every bone. And NBC is thinking only of its TV ratings in prime time, not your doctor bills. COLLEGE FOOTBALL: Virginia Tech, […]

Eric Kinney, President

Sunday, December 31st, 2006

Eric Kinney, President PRWeb – PTO Finds Home at US Markerboard Whiteboards and Display Cases would probably not be on your back-to-school list, but for Parent-Teacher Organizations, (PTO) they certainly are. PTO s best known for their school bake sales are spending thousands The rare-coin market is hot, thanks to the Internet and soaring gold […]

2006 brings baseball

Saturday, December 30th, 2006

2006 brings baseballMLive.com, MI – 13 hours agoMid-Michigan gets a minor league baseball team with the announcement of the Great Lakes Loons. With music to the song, “Take Me … NOC Enid facility to benefit all of local baseball communityEnid News & Eagle, OK – Dec 26, 2006By Mark Rountree Commentary. The Northern Oklahoma College Enid baseball program has […]

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: Virginia Tech, Georgia ready for Chick-Fil-A clash (Bristol Herald Courier)

Saturday, December 30th, 2006

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: Virginia Tech, Georgia ready for Chick-Fil-A clash (Bristol Herald Courier) ATLANTA For the past 14 years, Virginia Tech s football program has played in a bowl game. They ve played from coast to coast in state fairgrounds, converted baseball parks and in NFL stadiums with stakes ranging from strictly pride to a national […]