Kyniska, a princess from ancient Sparta, was the first woman to win an Olympic chariot race, but she was barred from collecting her prize in person. Katherine Switzer was almost literally taken out of the 1967 Boston Marathon when race official Jock Semple attempted to drag her out of the race while she was running. While these two women made history as “the first female,” they weren’t, at the time, as celebrated for their feat as they should have been. For Marianne Huskey, who last year became the first woman in pro fishing history to win the Anglers Insight Marketing Angler of the Year award, it’s been quite the opposite.
Ryan Schlehuber “Scoop”
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When it comes down to it, a ranking doesn’t mean a thing in high school wrestling, so says Carson City-Crystal (CC-C) head coach Kacy Datema. His Eagles team, however, earned every bit of its reputation as the ninth-ranked team in District 4, winning the regional title with a tough 45-33 win over the St. Louis Sharks at Montabella High School on Wednesday night.
The Greenville City Council has chosen to extend a contract with their current auditing firm Gabridge and Co.
SATURDAY Dora Farrell — 11 a.m., Brigham Funeral Chapel, Lakeview. Barbara Hansen — 11 a.m., Johnson-Feuerstein Funeral Home, Belding. Loyd Donald Smith — 11 a.m., Cornerstone Worship Center, Vestaburg. (Brigham Funeral Chapel, Lakeview) Arlene Wiltenburg Wright — 1 p.m., Hurst Funeral Home, Greenville. SUNDAY Jacqueline “Jackie” Herzog — 2 p.m., Jehovah’s Witness Church, Amble. (Brigham [...]
If there is one thing constant in Dean Harter’s life, it’s work. His Greenville business, Sage’s Meat Processing, which he runs with his wife, Kim, has him working so often that their oldest daughter has decided to hold her graduation open house at the store to assure he attends the event.
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