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Middletown junior Matt Dagenais successfully defended his 200-yard IM title and broke the class record in the event at the Class L Final at Wesleyan's Natatorium in the Freeman Athletic Center Wednesday night. Dagenais, who entered the heat as the
They met in the first game of the season and they would meet again, a little over three months later, to decide who would go to the Class L girls basketball championship game at Mohegan Sun...Or Weaver, Class M champion in 2012, semifinalist last
A regional electric provider is planning to build a new transmission line and other infrastructure between New Mexico and Colorado to meet growing demand throughout the San Juan Basin. The transmission line being planned by Tri-State Generation and
Farmington Hills-based Weight Watchers has been named Gov. Rick Snyder's Fitness Outstanding Healthy Workplace Diamond Level Winner for 2014. Weight Watchers chief executive Florine Mark says "everyone involved" benefits when employees are healthier.
T he Bayfield Wolverines had no problem picking up three wins at Farmington High School's junior varsity tournament in New Mexico this week. BHS (4-0) closed out the three-day tournament with a 10-0 win against Farmington's junior varsity squad. Taed
Let's be honest, 70% of teams in NBA could fold tomorrow + nobody would notice a difference w/ possible exception of increase in streetcrime Rep. Pat Garofalo (@PatGarofalo) March 9, 2014 Within two hours, nearly 600 people retweeted it, meaning they
In World War II he served as a Navajo code talker, one of the Marines who became legendary by using their native tongue to transmit messages the enemy could not decipher. Years later, to express its appreciation, the Navajo Nation built Tom Jones Jr.
New Mexico students will take pencil to paper for the last time this month for their state standards-based assessment test. Starting next year, students will take an entirely computer-based standards test, the Daily Times reported (http://bit.ly/
Maine (AP) Police in Maine say a logging truck inadvertently snagged a Hyundai and shoved the smaller car down the road for about 200 feet before stopping. The Lewiston Sun-Journal (http://bit.ly/1fbhgex ) reports that nobody was hurt when the fully-
The Hartford Courant The girls high school state basketball tournament starts this week with Mercy-Middletown (Class LL), Farmington (L) and Cromwell (M) all attempting to defend their respective titles...Capital Prep-Hartford, has moved up to Class