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  • Camps are open, training rooms will get busy

    By ARNIE STAPLETON - Associated Press

    Now that training camps are underway, team owners and fantasy football fans alike are holding their collective breath, praying to reach the regular season with their rosters intact. Published July 26, 2014

  • Listen Up: SiriusXM NFL Radio 10 years old

    By BARRY WILNER - Associated Press

    A 24-hour channel devoted solely to pro football? On satellite radio? Published July 26, 2014

  • This Date In Baseball

    By Compiled by PAUL MONTELLA - Associated Press

    July 27 Published July 26, 2014

  • AP Sportlight

    By Compiled PAUL MONTELLA - Associated Press

    July 27 Published July 26, 2014

  • Program aims to improve literacy through hip-hop

    By ALISA HRUSTIC - Associated Press

    "Society doesn't see me, cause I've got more to me than meets the eye. I won't lie. I won't cry. I've got dreams that reach beyond the sky." Published July 26, 2014

  • Father-son chefs prepare meals for seniors in home

    By KAREN RIVEDAL - Associated Press

    Like many of the best business ideas, the one behind Chefs for Seniors came from the personal experience of Barrett and Nathan Allman, the company's father-son founders from Sun Prairie. Published July 26, 2014

  • Pa. suicide prevention efforts to start early

    By PAUL PEIRCE - Associated Press

    The world changed for Rita McWilliams on Nov. 20, 2012, when her daughter, Karla, committed suicide. Published July 26, 2014

  • Torre, Cox and La Russa manage their way into Hall

    By Associated Press

    Joe Torre still needs a pinch or two, just to make sure. Published July 26, 2014

  • Nicholls student, history professor visit Normandy

    By KATE MABRY - Associated Press

    Two members of the Nicholls State University community traveled back in time - and across the Atlantic Ocean - to relive history. Published July 26, 2014

  • Group: Create big Atchafalaya national park

    By KATIE DE LA ROSA - Associated Press

    It's not so much a proposal, really, as a plea. Published July 26, 2014

  • Graves forgotten as mental institutions close

    By JOE SMYDO - Associated Press

    A hillside cemetery in Kilbuck holding the remains of more than 1,300 Dixmont State Hospital patients has gone to seed, with some of the numbered concrete markers leaning, toppled or broken and others covered by brush and branches. Published July 26, 2014

  • Iowa college lets other researchers use technology

    By JOSH O'LEARY - Associated Press

    X-ray crystallography and nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy may not mean much to most of us, but for scientists like Jerry Honts, it's exciting stuff. Published July 26, 2014

  • Fitger's Brewhouse brings change to Duluth

    By DAN KRAKER - Associated Press

    Mining and shipping built Duluth. Beer and tourists are fueling its future. Published July 26, 2014

  • Climbing Cloud Peak offers challenges, rewards

    By CHRISTINE PETERSON - Associated Press

    The boulder field seemed to form in waves. Rocks the size of Volkswagens and refrigerators are piled on top of each other like they'd been thrown from the peak by a giant. Published July 25, 2014

  • Correction: Rural Investment Dollars story

    By Associated Press

    In a story July 24 about a new rural investment fund announced by the White House, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Colorado-based CoBank is donating $10 billion to a fund for rural investment projects. The bank is making the money available for loans. Published July 25, 2014

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