The plan had been to bring the piece of goalpost back to campus so students who hadn’t been among the 35,314 at Hughes Stadium for CSU’s nationally televised comeback win over Wyoming could join in the celebration.That’s how Peter Brown remembers it, … [Read more...] about Border War memories: A Hughes goalpost goes to Potts
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Laura Schloesser, a longtime parks administrator from Milwaukee, has been tapped to be the new leader of The Fairgrounds Nashville.The Metro Board of Fair Commissioners voted 5-0 Monday to hire Schloesser, who for the past 17 years has worked as chief of administration and … [Read more...] about Fairgrounds Nashville goes out of state for new director
Parkchester real estate broker Zakir Khan lives the American Dream. He has a thriving business, a growing family and owns a home in Throgs Neck adjacent to the future site of a Donald Trump championship golf course. It hasn’t been easy. When Khan came to this country from … [Read more...] about Broker King: Agent goes from flipping burgers to real estate
The emphasis is always on USA when NBC airs an Olympics. The philosophy is supposed to be good for ratings. All the pomp and pom-pom waving can lead to bad television. And even mistakes. NBC's coverage - live - near the end of the Nordic combined Sunday offered further proof. … [Read more...] about NBC’s Al Trautwig goes off course by wigging out for U.S.A.
Nearly one year ago, Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappeared, taking the lives of 239 passengers and aviation crew. Now, airlines and regulators are trying to create a system where they can better track their planes in order to avoid another tragic event. After spending a … [Read more...] about Airlines plan to keep better track of jets a year after Malaysian flight goes missing