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HIBBING — I’m not much into the political landscape, although there’s a lot of great stuff to write about, but I’m going to take my crack at it now.

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HIBBING — There’s always next year.

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HIBBING — I was all set to write the Minnesota Wild’s eulogy today because who ever would have thought they would win an elimination game in Dallas?

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HIBBING — Back in the late 1980s and early 1990s, I had the fortunate experience to coach the Hibbing High School B squad softball team.

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BASEL, Switzerland — The Team USA men’s curling team left the 2016 World Championship with a bronze medal following a 8-6 victory over Team Japan on Sunday afternoon. The third place finish puts the team in great Olympic position as they acquired valuable points toward securing a spot in the…

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BASEL, Switzerland – Team USA got into an early hole that they couldn’t climb out of in an eventual 9-3 loss Saturday to Denmark in the semifinal of the 2016 World Men’s Curling Championship.

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BASEL, SWITZERLAND — Things got tight at the World Men’s Curling Championship on Wednesday as now five teams are tied for second place heading into the final day of round-robin competition.

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HIBBING — After capturing the championship of the Senior Men’s Last Chance Bonspiel at the Hibbing Curling Club on Tuesday, the Geoff Goodland team is now preparing for a much larger tournament.

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BASEL, Switzerland — Team USA continued its winning streak Tuesday with victories over Switzerland and Scotland.

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HIBBING — Norma O’Leary needed ice time, so she came to Hibbing.

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BASEL, Switzerland — Team USA is on a roll at the 2016 World Men’s Curling Championship after winning three of its last four matches, culminating with an 8-3 victory over defending champion Sweden.

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BASEL, Switzerland — John Shuster and Team USA are just one day away from playing in the 2016 World Men’s Curling Championship Saturday with the goal of getting on the medal stand.

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VIRGINIA — Snowmobiles are nothing new to Bobby Menne. His dad worked for Polaris, and along with influence from his grandfather, was brought up racing sleds — becoming a way of life for the 24-year-old Virginia High School graduate who now races professionally.

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HIBBING — Two weeks ago, I wrote about Hibbing High School boys basketball coach Joel McDonald and his quest to track down every single player in the Bluejackets’ program that scored at least one point.

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VIRGINIA — The first order of business is to congratulate the MI-B girls basketball team and coach Buffetta for a wonderful season.

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HIBBING — When I go visit coaches, as I do on numerous occasions during the day, we get into some interesting conversations.

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HIBBING — The winter sports season is coming to a head with many area athletes and teams battling to get to state competition in their respective sports.

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HIBBING — I don’t want to sound like a broken record and talk about the Minnesota Wild, but here we go again.

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HIBBING — First off, I want to thank the Minnesota Twins for sending their caravan to Hibbing this winter.

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HIBBING — What does it feel like to have the Minnesota Vikings back into the playoffs?

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HIBBING — Congratulations goes out to the Hibbing High School wrestling team for its performance at the Big Bear Invitational in Cass Lake last weekend.

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HIBBING — I usually write a Christmas carol at this time of the year, but I’ve run out of ideas.

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HIBBING — The Major League Baseball Winter Meetings begin Monday, so it should be fun time for all of us baseball fans.

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EVELETH — Curl Mesabi was abuzz with excitement Thursday morning as curlers from the United States, China, Japan and Scotland made their way on to the ice for the start of “Curling Night in America.’’

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HIBBING — This is panning out to be one of the more successful winters for Minnesota professional sports teams in quite a while.

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HIBBING — If you haven’t heard by now, Hibbing’s own Kevin McHale was fired as coach of the Houston Rockets last week.

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STEVENS POINT, Wis. — After a successful first few months competing on the World Curling Tour, Olympians Erika Brown and John Shuster have clinched spots to represent the U.S. at the upcoming World Financial Group Continental Cup, presented by Boyd Gaming, in Las Vegas.

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HIBBING — I was told by an acquaintance that I need to start writing more about the Minnesota Vikings.

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HIBBING — The Minnesota Timberwolves begin their regular season schedule on Wednesday, but just what kind of team will they be putting on the floor?

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HIBBING — How about that Minnesota Wild victory over the cheap shot Colorado Avalanche on Thursday?

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DULUTH — As far as Erik Haula is concerned, the 2014-15 National Hockey League season never existed.

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HIBBING — First, I want to congratulate the Hibbing High School football team on their 36-21 victory over Duluth Denfeld.

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HIBBING — Ted and I just finished up the 2015 Fall Sports Journal, and like every year I want to take the time to thank all of the coaches for being cooperative in this endeavor.

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HIBBING — This year, I avoided an uncomfortable situation.

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HIBBING — Congratulations goes out to Mallorie Iozzo of Hibbing High School, who committed last week to play Division I women’s college hockey for the Buckeyes of Ohio State University.

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HIBBING — Should the Minnesota Twins currently be buying, selling or standing pat as the trade deadline approaches at 4 p.m. Friday?

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HIBBING — Usually when a team golf tournament comes up, my son and I make a pretty good team, or so I thought.

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DECATUR, Ala. — Hibbing’s Breanna Theodore took another important step towards earning a spot on the 2016 U.S. Archery Team and took home a prestigious national honor last weekend while competing in the 2015 U.S. National Target Championships and Easton JOAD (Junior Olympic Archery Developme…

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HIBBING — First off, I hope everyone had a happy Fourth of July.

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EVELETH — A luxury bus pulled into the parking lot at the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Thursday just after 11 a.m. Professional hockey players Matt Dumba, Jordan Leopold and Wild alum Wes Walz soon exited it to see a long line of fans with hockey sticks, pucks and jerseys in hand waiting to gree…

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