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Topic - Jack Johnson
In a small mountain community above Montcalm in Mercer County, a one-room schoolhouse that possibly predates West Virginia itself stands on a ridge overlooking the mountainous landscape.
Columbus coach Todd Richards insists his upstart team isn't in the playoffs "just to go to school."
The Los Angeles Kings have struggled to score goals all season, and few NHL players do it better than a healthy, hungry Marian Gaborik.
The struggling Los Angeles Kings won't play another game for 20 days because of the Olympic break. That will give them plenty of time to savor Robyn Regehr's first career overtime goal and try to figure out how to score more often.
Galveston is honoring boxing legend Jack Johnson with a historical marker in observance of his first world heavyweight title by an African American fighter.
Relentless is the word Columbus forward Brandon Dubinsky chose to describe the surging Blue Jackets' style of play.
Almost none of the 14,070 fans on hand knew that Mark Letestu scored the game-winning goal for the Columbus Blue Jackets.
Former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson found a friend in Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid Tuesday, as the pair urged the president to posthumously pardon heavyweight champion Jack Johnson of what Reid called "a racially motivated criminal conviction."
For all the things President Obama says he can't do because of the political gridlock in Washington, he can right a century-old wrong simply by picking up a pen. Tomorrow wouldn't be too soon.
Federal prosecutors are seeking full payment of a court-imposed fine from former Prince George's County lawmaker Leslie Johnson before she begins her prison term, just as they did in husband Jack Johnson's related case.
The Columbus Blue Jackets have traded center Jeff Carter to the Los Angeles Kings for defenseman Jack Johnson and a first-round draft pick in either 2012 or 2013.
The Los Angeles Kings needed a goal-scorer. The Columbus Blue Jackets simply needed a redo.
Developer considers financing Gray recall effort; Renewed gay-marriage debate begins in Annapolis; Jack Johnson yet to enter prison; Evans schedules meeting on D.C. online gambling; Cuccinelli announced rat-relocation summit; Victims identified in police chase; Gary wants probe of ill-fated housing deal.
Jack Johnson was watching the Denver Broncos-Pittsburgh Steelers playoff game Sunday afternoon with friends from Michigan when Tim Tebow led his team to yet another improbable victory, this time in overtime. It was at that point the Los Angeles Kings defenseman got a challenge.
President Barack Obama is making the rounds in reliably Democratic California, joking with Jay Leno and tapping the coffers of wealthy, celebrity donors as he raises money for his re-election bid.
Johnson said Lambert's father was born in 1904, so he believes the school was built on or before 1910.
"This property was sold to a James H. Mullins . . . the date for that transaction was April 13, 1887," Johnson said. "Mr. Mullins bought it from somebody named A.J. Young."