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    1. Park chess player picks up the pieces

      Ashland Daily Tidings9 hours ago

      Sitting in the shade of a tree at Lithia Park, any day of the week and most times of the day, Randy Dolinger has his chess board out. The peaceful scene gives no clue as to the long road ...

    2. The basketball world was lit ablaze by the megastar trade deal inked out by the Celtics and the Cavs yesterday. Former Cavs guard Kyrie Irving—who was desperately trying to smash his second ...

    3. Washington (AFP) - Russian chess legend Garry Kasparov concluded his keenly awaited comeback Friday, ending a week of games in which he showed flashes of his legendary prowess but ended ...

    4. Last month, 20 years after winning her only Wimbledon singles crown, Martina Hingis partnered with Jamie Murray of Britain — the brother of Andy Murray — to take the mixed-doubles title at the ...

    5. Doc Redman stood over a 60-foot eagle putt on the 35th hole of the U.S. Amateur final, his hand in his pocket as usual. "I didn't even think about it, really," Redman said. Redman rallied past ...

    6. Business leaders and educators have abandoned Trump. Conservative Christians may have to choose between jumping ship and jumping the shark. In the wake of President Trump’s waffling on white ...

    7. Garry Kasparov was the No. 1 ranked player in the world for 20 years. ST. LOUIS - Ten of the most elite chess players in the world are competing against each other this week in St. Louis for a $150,000 grand prize.

    8. Events Home August 23, 2017 Community Chess Club, Wednesdays, N.London Wednesday 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm 4-5:30 p.m., free; (860) 447-1411. Are you a chess player looking for new opponents ...

    9. It's not every day — or even every decade — that a total solar eclipse is visible in the United States. The free celebration will not only give sky-watchers an opportunity to watch the eclipse ...

    10. How unstable and divorced from reality is President Donald Trump? Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., hit a nerve Thursday when he said that Trump "has not yet been able to demonstrate the stability nor some of the competence" needed in a president.

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