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MARTINO: Ryan pursues his passions in spite of injury
It can happen in the blink of an eye. We refuse to think about it, but the truth remains. Without a moment’s notice, the rest of our life can change in a split second, sometimes through no fault of our own.
de la Bastide: Bernard’s departure leaves IndyCar Series in turmoil
The timing of the ousting of Randy Bernard as CEO of IndyCar couldn’t have been worst for teams and tracks looking to sign 2013 sponsorship packages.
Common traits put top hunters ahead of pack
We all know them. Those people who seem to collect trophy deer almost every season. They say roughly 75 percent of all big-game animals are taken by only 10 percent of the bowhunters. I am not sure if this is true, but what I do know is there are people who seem to take trophy animals on a consistent basis.
de la Bastide: Chase wild-card spots are up for grabs
With the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series heading to Richmond this weekend for the final race of its “regular season,” it is crunch time for drivers still hoping to make the 10-race Chase for the Championship.
de la Bastide: U.S. Nationals set for this weekend
The last big racing event of the year in Indianapolis will take place this weekend with the NHRA U.S. Nationals at Lucas Oil Raceway.
Bowman: Thoughts, ramblings from Smackdown
Kudos to all involved who helped make the first running of the Sprint Car Smackdown for the USAC Amsoil National Sprint Car Series the happening that it was. As it turned out, it looks like it was the first of many more to come in the future.
MARTINO: Urban trails provide unique experiences
For most people, the concept of hiking conjures up visions of dirt paths, rocky trails and scenic mountain passes. But what about our very own unique urban landscapes, historic buildings, side streets and old railways?
BOWMAN: Kokomo Speedway set for huge 3-day show
In the 67 years of the Kokomo Speedway’s existence, there have been many big events and some very big events. However, few if any compare to what is going to transpire over the next three days.
Kids take grad tourney to the bank
It was the making of a surreal day: kids, fishing and an army of volunteers. But there were some concerns.
MARTINO: Anglers face challenge
We’ve all heard it before, usually from people who have relocated to Arizona for one reason or another.
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