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Celebrating the madness of March

March 16, 2010 March is a fun time of year. Daylight savings time has kicked in, the leaves are beginning to bud and we can actually see grass on the ground, now that rain is falling instead of snow, finally. more »»

Athletes should learn from Roethlisberger

March 9, 2010 Another story about Ben Roethlisberger is in the news this week, with another woman alleging sexual misconduct by the Pittsburgh Steelers’ star quarterback. more »»

Olympics celebrate our neighbors

March 2, 2010 We, as Americans, have plenty to be proud of through the 2010 Winter Olympic Games, not only for the most overall medals earned, but for some of the inspiring stories that came to light through the... more »»

Some good reasons to think spring

February 23, 2010 That darn Punxsutawney Phil seems to have been right about six more weeks of winter. more »»

Special day honors female student athletes

February 16, 2010 The NCAA recently celebrated National Girls and Women in Sports Day (Feb. 3rd). more »»

Valentine’s Day at the track

February 9, 2010 Valentine’s Day is the time to celebrate love, so this week flower shops are busy with bouquet orders, candy stores are crammed with buyers of heart-shaped boxes, and restaurants are filling up with... more »»

Olympics put spotlight on unique events

February 2, 2010 In less than two weeks, the world will come together on the snow-and-ice-covered countryside of Vancouver, Canada for the 2010 Winter Olympic Games. more »»

Bowling history made by woman

January 26, 2010 Women’s sports history was made over the weekend. In case you haven’t heard, it happened in Las Vegas, when Kelly Kulick became the first woman to win a Professional Bowlers Association tour event. more »»

Girls hockey enjoys growth

January 19, 2010 Kish – kish – kish – the sound of sharp silver skates cut through the ice on a Shadyside rink in Pittsburg. more »»

A night at the Penn State Sports Museum

January 12, 2010 Have you seen the movie “A Night at the Museum?” A security guard at the Museum of Natural History discovers that the exhibits come alive and wreak havoc when no one else is around. more »»

New year, new wishes for 4 guys

January 5, 2010 It is that time of year: time to take stock, make plans, set goal. more »»

A decade of change for NASCAR

December 29, 2009 The year that was: printed lists and video montages recap the last 365 days: in history, in politics, in sport. more »»

Pink brings Lions, Tigers together

December 22, 2009 When the Altoona and Hollidaysburg girls basketball teams hit the hardwood tonight, there will be much more than bragging rights riding on the ballgame. more »»

Tiger drama impacts more than just sports

December 15, 2009 Everywhere you look, people have an opinion about Tiger Woods and the reports of his scandalous infidelit. more »»

Park offers teens chance to have fun

December 8, 2009 It is not easy to be a teenager these days. School, family and even sports pressures are intensified by our fast-paced multi-media societ. more »»

'Blind Side' certainly hits the spot

December 1, 2009 The movie “The Blind Side” is one of the most popular movies in the theatres these days. more »»

PSU women continue volleyball dominance

November 24, 2009 Dynasty: “A powerful group that maintains its position for a considerable period of time” (Merriam-Webster Dictionary). more »»

Despite recent national events, sportsmanship isn’t dead

November 17, 2009 Have you seen that video of Elizabeth Lambert? She’s the University of New Mexico women’s soccer player who became an overnight sensation after Lobos’ game against BYU earlier this mont. more »»

Spending your sports dollars locally a much better deal

November 10, 2009 Sports fans know how much our teams mean to us, win or lose, but what do they mean to the economy? And what does the economy mean to sports? In the last two years, Philadelphia, for... more »»

Johnson nears racing history

November 3, 2009 Just three races remain in NASCAR’s Sprint Cup Series, and Jimmy Johnson has all but wrapped up his fourth straight titl. more »»

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