- Grand Island IndependentJul 11 09:10 AM
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — When Sioux Falls Storm coach Kurtiss Riggs looks at the Nebraska Danger, he sees a team that runs a scheme similar to his.
- Salon.comJul 09 03:52 PM
I'd read the literature and watched the video, but nothing could prepare me for a clitoral massage in the flesh
- Pioneer PressJul 31 01:01 PM
Clem Haskins saw an immediate reward for his basketball team's foreign trip in 1989.
- Fox SportsJul 30 09:48 AM
Some of the sports stories The Associated Press is covering Thursday. A full Sports Digest will be sent about 3 p.m. All times EDT:
- KTIV Sioux CityJul 03 10:43 AM
Some Nebraska volunteers are spending their holiday weekend trying to get the death penalty issue on the 2016 ballot.
- IlliniHQ.comJul 30 08:51 PM
Illinois receiver Justin Hardee won’t be on the field with the team at Camp Rantoul because of an injured foot. CHICAGO — Illinois receiver Justin Hardee won’t be on the field with the team at Camp Rantoul because of an injured foot. “He will be there, but he will not be physically going through it,” Illinois coach Tim Beckman said. The coach said he hopes to have Hardee back on the field during...
- Washington PostJul 03 08:01 PM
July 4th concerts, Cathedral ironwork tour, Bach Festival in Georgetown, Celtic culture, Vacation Bible Schools
- The Christian Science MonitorJul 24 01:21 PM
The number of executions carried out so far this year have greatly surpassed that of 2014.
- The Daily SentinelJul 04 10:51 PM
Dr. Harral Haven was a force to be reckoned with in the Arabian horse world. The Grand Junction physician and his wife, Martha, helped found the Western Colorado Arabian Horse Club in this area in the 1960s. Less than two decades later, Haven would be president of the International Arabian Horse Association and the stallion he and Martha owned, Fire Bolt, would be a world champion and a top ...
- The GazetteJul 16 10:24 PM
No. 41 . . . The big question for redshirt freshman Aaron Mends is can he see some time as a weakside linebacker? This spring, the 6-0, 212-pounder from Kansas City, Mo., ran on the second team...
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