The 38th annual Prairie Potholes Days did not happen, a bitter loss for sure. Local volunteers had scrambled to organize the Prairie Pothole Conservation Association to replace the Prairie Potholes chapter after its parent organization, the Minnesota Waterfowl Association dissolved.

Rick Norsten, of Rick's Cycle and Sports in Willmar, is shown at his shop in downtown Willmar. Norsten has never seen as much demand for bicycles and service as this year. "We can't keep up with it," he said. 
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Rick Norsten, of Rick’s Cycle and Sports in Willmar, is shown at his shop in downtown Willmar. Norsten has never seen as much demand for bicycles and service as this year. “We can’t keep up

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All indoor organized sports at the youth, high school and adult recreational levels in New Jersey that were put on hold for four weeks because of the coronavirus pandemic will be permitted to resume beginning Saturday, Gov. Phil Murphy plans to announce Wednesday.

But teams will only be able to exceed the state’s current 10-person limit on indoor gatherings during practices and games, an official with knowledge of the announcement told NJ Advance Media. Otherwise,

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If you’ve been in the market for a gaming chair this year, you might well have run into my review of the Noblechairs Hero gaming chair Doom Edition. As this was something reminiscent of an artefact of the occult, my review had joked nonchalantly about the “distinctly hellish vibe” emanating from it, without any comprehension of its true inner evil. So, as this abridged account had only skimmed the surface of the blazing calamity trapped

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“Boys will be boys.”

“It was in the heat of the moment.”

“It just shows how much they care.”

Time and time again we hear excuses such as these when fights and brawls breakout at the high school, college, and professional level.

“It’s just part of the game.”

But, after watching Tulsa and Mississippi State brawl on the field of Amon G. Carter Stadium at the conclusion of a pretty mediocre Lockheed Martin Army Bowl,

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NEW JERSEY — Indoor winter sports will be permitted to resume starting Saturday in New Jersey, with restrictions remaining in place on the number of people permitted in a venue and a ban on out-of-state travel, Gov. Phil Murphy said Wednesday.

Murphy paused indoor sports competition and practices until January in a Dec. 4 executive order because of rising cases of the coronavirus.

The order affects youth sports as well as high school sports, and

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After missing the playoffs for the first time since 2008, the Patriots 2021 offseason is here.

Hitting the offseason with a losing record for the first time since his first season in Foxborough in 2000, Bill Belichick and his staff have quite a To-Do List.

He needs to find a starting quarterback, make the most of the 15th overall pick in April’s NFL Draft and utilize a projected $60 million in cap space to

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Richard Sherman. (Luminosity Gaming Photo)

Richard Sherman always talked a good game, and backed it up, especially during his years with the Seattle Seahawks. Now the cornerback for the San Francisco 49ers is talking gaming and more as he promotes Amazon’s Digital Week as part of the tech giant’s Prime Gaming platform.

Digital Week, which runs until Saturday, allows Prime members to play their favorite games from Prime Gaming (previously Twitch Gaming) and the chance

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Tribune News Service

Shimla, December 28

Permission should be sought from the BBMB to carry out sports activities such as parasailing, paragliding, water scooter, kayaking, speed boat, cruise boat, water zorbing balls, house boat, shikara, floating jetty and floating restaurant at the Pong Dam, said Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur while presiding over the first meeting of the Pong Area Development Board here today.

He said possibilities should also be explored to set up

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No. 1 Alabama and No. 3 Ohio State took care of business in their respective national semifinal matchups and will tee it up at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida, on Jan. 11 for the College Football Playoff National Championship. It’ll be a rematch of their classic Sugar Bowl national semifinal matchup following the 2014 season — the first under the four-team playoff format.

The Crimson Tide are coming off a thorough 31-14 dismantling

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