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Crowd goes wild for Sochi curling?/Paul Peterson

February 12, 2014 Just when I thought I had seen or read it all, the latest shocker came out of the Sochi Olympics this week. more »»

Armga shows his class/Michael Bleach

February 11, 2014 Let's play a quick game of Guess The Philosopher. “If you want to know what a man's like, take a good look at how he treats his inferiors, not his equals. more »»

A?time for passion/The Red Line

February 6, 2014 Normally, I like to tour the Michigan Tech campus before I write my Winter Carnival week column. Sometimes I'll get an idea from a statue I can frame things around. more »»

What goes around really comes around/Paul Peterson

February 5, 2014 After spending nearly 68 years on this planet, I can tell you that there are at least two immutable truths. 1. more »»

Winter by the numbers/The Red Line

January 30, 2014 Numbers have been in our minds all week. There's 11 degrees below zero, 30-mile per hour winds, three days of cancelled school in a row. more »»

Conferences changing/Paul Peterson

January 29, 2014 Some big changes will be coming up for local sports conferences in the next year or two. more »»

Adaptability key to coach's success/Michael Bleach

January 28, 2014 Coaches are maniacs. I mean that in the nicest, least backhanded way possible. I also mean it literally. The hours college and professional coaches put in each week border the definition of insane. more »»

Morris, Trammell deserve HOF/Paul Peterson

January 22, 2014 For a franchise considered to be one of the most storied in the history of major league baseball, the Detroit Tigers don't get the respect due to them. more »»

What did you expect from Sherman?/Michael Bleach

January 21, 2014 Benjamin Franklin probably got it right when he wrote "... in this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes. more »»

An official mission/The Red Line

January 16, 2014 I've been feeling old lately. The cold makes the joints in my feet ache and yeah, I had a birthday this week, but that's not why. more »»

Huntsville an ideal Carnival foe?/Paul Peterson

January 15, 2014 One of the disadvantages of growing old (besides the aches and pains) is that you tend to remember past events better than current ones. more »»

Crash and burn/The Red Line

January 9, 2014 There are very few sports I won't give at least 15 minutes of my time to, if I'm in the right mood. more »»

Can Gremlin hockey have special year?/Paul Peterson

January 8, 2014 It's a question that arises whenever a sports team shows signs of putting together a special seaso. more »»

Shoveling savant/Michael Bleach

January 7, 2014 Shoveling for what felt like the 14th time in 2014, I was struck with a rare moment of clairvoyance the other day when — daredevil that I am — I stayed outside longer than the weatherman-recommended... more »»

Not Russian to the TV/The Red Line

January 2, 2014 While sitting at home trying to stay warm and contemplating New Year's Eve plans Tuesday night, I stumbled upon a marathon of clips from the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouve. more »»

Jack Morris is not a Hall of Famer/Michael Bleach

December 31, 2013 For the 20,000 or so walking around Comerica Park for the Great Lakes Invitational this past weekend, the mind naturally wandered to considering the Detroit Tigers of old. more »»

A highlight reel for 2013/The Red Line

December 26, 2013 There's a week left in 2013, and you know what that means. more »»

Something for the holiday songbook/The Red Line

December 19, 2013 I've had the joy and privilege of doing quite a bit of singing this Christmas season. Music has been a part of my life from the very beginning. more »»

Greatness seldom attained/Paul Peterson

December 18, 2013 You hear about great players at every level of sports. But one of the most talked about nowadays is Lexi Gussert of Forest Park High Schoo. more »»

Progress report/Michael Bleach

December 17, 2013 When I was in high school, there were few days I dreaded more than the mid-semester parent-teacher conferenc. more »»



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