Michael Rolands Des Moines Register Published 12:46 AM EST Feb 18, 2019 A day after recording a key Little Hawkeye Conference victory over Pella at home, Indianola fell on the road to Dallas Center-Grimes. The Indians' 72-65 win over Pella on Feb. 13 gave them a share of second place in the conference. With the 64-58 loss at Dallas Center-Grimes on Feb. 14, Indianola slipped back into a tie for third. Norwalk leads the conference at 12-2 with Oskaloosa second at 9-3. Pella at 10-4 and Indianola at 9-4 both have four losses as they vie for third. With a non-conference win at Knoxville on Feb. 15, Indianola ended the regular season with a 16-4 overall record. That's the most wins for the program since the Indians went 16-6 in the 2006-07 season. Dallas Center-Grimes 64, Indianola 58 Indianola fell behind 22-13 in the first quarter and could not completely erase the deficit the rest of the way. The Indians trailed 30-26 at the half and 44-38 after three quarters. Senior Evan Gauger … [Read more...] about Indianola tops Pella at home and falls to Dallas Center-Grimes on the road in conference games
Scott Wartman Cincinnati Enquirer Published 6:00 AM EST Dec 18, 2018 Republican Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin has angered many people in the past year. Bevin has fought a much-publicized battle with teachers over pensions. He blocks people on social media who criticize him. And Bevin often clashes with the media, most recently in his video lambasting the Louisville Courier-Journal launching a one-year partnership with nonprofit ProPublica to investigate Kentucky state government. Like President Trump, Bevin was an outsider businessman who rode voter dissatisfaction with establishment politicians into office. Once there, he hasn't softened his often confrontational approach, especially on social media. Now a poll released Tuesday showed Bevin growing more unpopular with Kentuckians and trailing his Democratic challengers. Independent polling firm Mason-Dixon Polling & Strategy found 38 percent of Kentuckians approved of their … [Read more...] about Poll shows Ky. Governor Matt Bevin unpopular and trailing Democratic challengers
Andrew Lincoln as Rick Grimes in his final episode of 'The Walking Dead.' (AMC) WARNING! Do not proceed if you haven't watched Sunday's episode of The Walking Dead! For everyone else, get your Sheriff's hat on and let's get started! So, Rick's not dead. Sunday's episode of "The Walking Dead" marked the last time we'll see Rick Grimes in action, after Andrew Lincoln revealed at San Diego Comic-Con that his time on the show had come to an end. But while fans were preparing for a death even more emotional than the time we had to say goodbye to Noah, or Hershel, or Glenn, or Sasha, or Tyreese, or Carl (we could go on), instead, Rick left the show alive. He was clinging onto life in a helicopter, but still, he was alive. Rick began the episode impaled by rebar, but thank god he wore a belt that day, because it's the only thing that saved him from getting eaten alive by an approaching herd of Walkers. With some quick … [Read more...] about ‘The Walking Dead’ Season 9, Episode 5 recap: What happened to Rick Grimes?
Cincinnati Enquirer Published 5:15 p.m. UTC Aug 6, 2018 It was another busy weekend on the local recruiting trail with five athletes announcing their verbal commitment to Division I schools. On the basketball court, 2019 Wyoming forward/center Sky Thomas announced her verbal to Marshall Aug. 3. The 6-foot-2 Thomas has been one of the most dominant players in the Cincinnati Hills League the past two seasons and one of the most dominant posts on the defensive side of the ball in the entire city. She earned first-team all-CHL each of the last two years. This past season, Thomas nearly averaged a double-double with 13.8 points and 9.8 rebounds per game. She also led not only the CHL but all of Cincinnati in blocks, averaging 5.1 per contest. As a sophomore she did average a double-double, with 12 points and 11.3 rebounds per game. She was second in the conference in blocks that season, averaging 4.4 swats per game. Thomas was named second-team all-district … [Read more...] about Recruiting Trail: Which 5 athletes announced verbal commitments over the weekend?
Full Car Details More Reviews The rest of the country might think we’re crazy, but Southern Californians think that snow is awesome. We regularly bask in some of the most enviable and temperate climates in the world, but in winter, we’ll drive for hours to trod upon, throw, and play in the white stuff, even when it’s been bespoiled by road grime, diesel fumes and whatever that yellow stuff is. And while the snow gods disappointed us with a shallower layer of powder than usual, along with high temperatures to melt what there was on the weekend of our trip, we headed north from our suburban Los Angeles domicile and made our annual trek to take in some of the white stuff. A cozy cabin in the woods? Check. Snow gear? Check. A 2018 Subaru Outback? Check. We specifically chose the Outback as our road-trip vehicle for its cargo capacity and all-wheel drive capability. It looked the part, too. With its gray lower cladding, raised suspension and … [Read more...] about Short Report: The refreshed 2018 Subaru Outback is softer and prettier, but is it better?