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Bruins notebook: David Krejci misses practice with illness
Bruins center David Krejci was absent from practice Saturday morning, two days after he the team’s intrasquad scrimmage. According to coach Bruce Cassidy, Krejci is battling an illness and is expected ...

Outdoors notebook: Alabama archers make strong showing in national championships
Mia Cornelson, a fifth-grader from Dixon Elementary in Irvington, was named top female archer in the elementary school division at this year’s National Archery in the Schools (NASP) Eastern National ...

Notebook: Triad's 400 relay relied on a rookie; Cahokia's Harris overcomes injury
CHARLESTON – Luke Foreman finally caved. He'd spend his spring running track. A junior at Triad, Foreman is a running back on the football team. The coaching staff had been asking him for the last two ...

Softball notebook: Salisbury and the Colonial League West has made some district noise
The Eastern Pennsylvania Conference’s Skyline Division has received its share of attention as one of the best softball divisions in the state. And, with four members of the division playing in the ...

MLB notebook: Astros place OF Springer (hamstring) on IL
The Houston Astros put star outfielder George Springer on the 10-day injured list on Saturday, a day after he strained his left hamstring while chasing a foul ball. Springer had missed four games with ...

Weather notebook: President Trump grants state's emergency aid request; northern Oklahoma remains impacted by flooding
President Donald Trump approved Oklahoma's request for emergency aid for 10 counties affected by storms and flooding. The emergency declaration was requested by Gov. Kevin Stitt on Friday and approved ...

Birmingham HS notebook: Thompson and Homewood hire championship coaches
Marty Smith is back in metro Birmingham. Smith, who led John Carroll to back-to-back Class 6A boys basketball state titles in 2003 and 2004, has been hired as Thompson's girls basketball coach, the ...

Society Notebook: Opera Maine marks 25 years
Opera Maine, formerly known as Portland Opera Repertory Theater and later PORTopera, celebrated its 25th anniversary as Maine’s only professional opera company with a Magic of Opera dinner gala April ...

Mike Cote's Business Editor's Notebook: SBA award winners share a knack for hard work, long hours -- and no starting pay
Owning your own business offers those perks and so much more — if you’re tough enough to take the plunge. The winners of this year’s Small Business Awards shared tales from the field as they accepted ...

Notebook: O'Keefe puts heartbreak aside, races to 1,600 championship; Collinsville's Stewart runner-up in 100, 200
CHARLESTON – Andrew O'Keefe wasn't three strides into his race when the public address announcer reminded everyone that the Granite City High senior was beaten at the finish line last spring in one of ...

Softball Notebook: Five tournament story lines and five players to watch
OFFENSE, OR PITCHING IN LL? Last year’s late rounds of the Class LL tournament turned into a hitting exhibition, which culminated with Amity beating Trumbull 13-7 in the final, the highest combined ...

Outdoors Notebook: Free Fishing Days and fishing classes coming up
The weekend of June 1-2 no one will be required to own a state fishing license, either resident or nonresident. The weekend first started in Oklahoma 35 years ago and is intended to allow first-timers ...