THE NEW FORTY Where is the love?
I was dumped. Unceremoniously and without much of an apology...which leaves me asking this Valentine's Day - Where is the love?
There is something about rejection that is so deflating. It causes one ... Posted on 2/14/12 at 9:17 AM
So far, there isn’t much reason to celebrate the 15th anniversary season at River Cities Speedway. For the seventh time this season, weather wiped out another night of racing at the quarter-mile track.
Oscar Pistorius' track career was put on hold indefinitely Sunday because of his murder charge, reinforcing the possibility that the double-amputee Olympian and disabled sports icon might never run again competitively on his famous carbon fiber blades.
Two teenagers have been indicted on first-degree murder charges in the killing of three men at a south Minneapolis market in January. Mahdi Hassan Ali and Ahmed Shire Ali, both of Minneapolis, had already been charged in the shootings by complaint. Both are 17 and are being tried as adults. They are not related.
Drifting snow and cold rain that have plagued much of the country for days stranded drivers and airline passengers Saturday trying to get home after Christmas. Storms from Texas to the Upper Midwest that dumped 25.1 inches of snow in Grand Forks and 18 inches near Norfolk, Neb., began subsiding, but blowing and drifting snow hampered visibility in many areas.
New Hampshire’s newspapers were kind to Minnesota Gov. Tim his inaugural visit as a potential presidential candidate. The Concord Monitor’s headline read, “Pawlenty: U.S. is not a beggar; Minnesota governor rallies state Republicans.” The Monitor said the Republican governor “delivered a stinging critique of Democratic policies as he urged Republicans to band together and grow the party.”
, December 19, 2009
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