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Words you might expect to find here at Pith, maybe more surprising from the Free Press side of the Times Free Press editorial pages . But Drew Johnson goes on to deliver a harsh conservative critique of the budget state Republicans bragged was "
If you smoke cigarettes or use other tobacco products anywhere in the world, you may soon have to pay an extra international tax of up to 70 percent in a plan intended to force smokers to give up the habit. At least, that was the proposal the World
NYSitting in the living room of his apartment Wednesday, a visibly anxious Drew Johnson told reporters that, fuck, his roommates want to have a meeting as soon as everyone can find a moment. According to the 24-year-old production assistant, during a
Bishop McGuinness senior Stanhope Johnson shot 4-under-par 68 on Tuesday in Buies Creek to win his second consecutive N.C. High School Athletic Association Class 1-A state golf championship. Johnson entered the day four shots behind teammate William
Heights players walked quietly out of Yager Stadium on Saturday afternoon. There were no cheers, no celebratory pictures with the Class 6A trophy, no fingers pointed high in the air to show everyone they were No...That scene was happening behind them,
Early in the American Legion baseball season, the Castle players basically hung together on one side of the dugout and the Harrison kids hung together on the other. Gradually, they forgot about their heated high school rivalry to become Newburgh
After a slow start, Castle High School's baseball team has won 12 of 13 entering the Class 4A sectional semifinals at 11 a.m. Monday against Harrison (18-6) at Bosse Field. "We started playing with more confidence," said senior catcher Drew Johnson. "
The Eldorado baseball team found themselves on the short-end of a 3-1 loss Friday to Crab Orchard in a weather-shortened game in six innings due to inclement weather. Drew Johnson was key for the Trojans in helping Crab Orchard pick up a non-
Trico's bench outscored Crab Orchard's 24-0 and the Pioneers out-rebounded the Trojans 28-10 Wednesday to earn a spot in Friday's Class 1A sectional championship game at Norris City. Shane Hawkins' Pioneers eliminated Crab Orchard 64-49 to set up a
Runs of 15-0 and 15-2 in the first and third quarters, respectively, sent Carrier Mills to its third straight loss as they dropped a 60-40 home decision to powerhouse Crab Orchard. In a game originally scheduled for Tuesday but postponed due to