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New heights

April 29, 2014 CEDAR FALLS — I’ve always found the end of a state tournament journey to be the best time for reflection and appreciation. I am disappointed for kids who are disappointed in themselves. more »»

At long last

April 29, 2014 It took Dick Tighe 60 seasons and 576 games to get here. The St. Edmond football program’s wait was nearly as long: 59 years, 531 trips to the field. more »»

Hawks, Cyclones fail to assuage

April 29, 2014 AMES — The answers never really came and plenty of doubt remained after Iowa’s tidy-turned-tenuous 27-21 victory over Iowa State here Saturday night. more »»

Something's gotta give

April 29, 2014 Conventional wisdom has pegged Saturday’s ‘‘Big Game’’ to be anything but big and not much of a game. more »»

Comfort zone

April 29, 2014 The state softball tournament arrived on Fort Dodge’s doorstep 43 years ago as a one-class, eight-team event. more »»

Picture perfect

April 29, 2014 Babe Ruth at Twin Lakes. The White Sox and Cubs christening the Dodger Stadium baseball field. Frank Gotch. Dick Tighe. Duane Twait. Dallas Clark. Lisa Kol. more »»

Action at the Am

April 29, 2014 Fort Dodge Senior High graduate Colin Pearson became just the third player in Fort Dodge Amateur history to limbo the 200 barrier for the 54-hole event this past weeken. more »»

Full circle

April 29, 2014 Judd Gibb is a five-time PGA Iowa Section player of the year, a two-time teacher of the year, the state’s top instructor in 2012 according to Golf Digest, a former assistant at Iowa State and the De... more »»

A promising future

April 29, 2014 Fort Dodge Senior High has added a few bells and whistles to its annual golf outing, which will be June 14 at the Country Club. more »»

Trim the fat

April 29, 2014 Major League Baseball has an obesity problem. more »»

Deja vu for ISU

April 29, 2014 Before Aaron Craft, there was Bruce Schnabel. And before Georges Niang, there was Tom Goodman. more »»

Outside looking in

April 29, 2014 Back before pre-NCAA Tournament talk was fixated on RPI, BPI, Bracketology and tracking Joe Lunardi’s every tweet, a relatively simple checklist almost always determined a team’s fate for the Big... more »»

Time of reflection

April 29, 2014 DES MOINES — It’s easy — almost natural — for Newell-Fonda fans to look back after Friday’s championship loss and think about what could have been, or look forward and start to wonder what might be. more »»

Pieces to the puzzle

April 29, 2014 Every NFL roster tells a story. The Baltimore Ravens, freshly-minted as Super Bowl champions, are more than just Ray Lewis’ last ride or John Harbaugh’s sibling rivalry. Much more. more »»

A lasting legacy

April 29, 2014 IOWA CITY — You didn’t have to be a Hawkeye fan to root for Chris Street. And you don’t have to bleed black and gold to remember the exact details from the night of Street’s tragic death. more »»

Reality check

April 29, 2014 Timing brought Lance Armstrong and Manti Te’o together under the same microscope this week. more »»

Cohesive unit

April 29, 2014 Barrett Jones. Chance Warmack. D.J. Fluker. Anthony Steen. Cyrus Kouandjio. more »»

The art of simplicity

April 29, 2014 He built it so that we would come — like our own field of dreams. more »»

Proper sendoff

April 29, 2014 Jontel Clayton emerged from the locker room and gave his field one final look after Iowa Central’s victory over North Dakota Science on Saturday. ‘‘I’m going to miss this place,’’ Clayton admitted. more »»

Number crunching

April 29, 2014 Homecoming week arrives at a perfect time for the St. Edmond football team. The second-ranked (Class 1A) Gaels expect to face their toughest test of the season thus far when No. more »»



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