While members of the Fort Smith Board of Directors agree that an indoor sports facility would be a beneficial amenity for the city that could help the economy, how to pay for one is something no one is certain how to accomplish.

Bill Krueger with Conventions, Sports & Leisure (CSL) presented a feasibility study for a potential new Indoor Sports Facility in Fort Smith at the board’s study session Tuesday (June 14). The study showed

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The International Olympic Committee urged sports bodies Friday to cancel or move all events they plan to hold in Russia and Belarus and to stop using the countries’ flags and national anthems.

The request from the Olympic body came after UEFA moved the Champions League final from St. Petersburg to suburban Paris and after the governing bodies of skiing and Formula One pulled upcoming races from Russia.

Volleyball, shooting and hockey all have world championships

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LEWISTON — The Lewiston School Committee voted 7-1 Monday evening to alter outdoor quarantine rules in response to pleas by members of the Lewiston High School field hockey team and their parents.

During public comment, field hockey teammates Savannah Connor-Schade, Jasmine Connor-Schade, Taylor Melvin, Madison Freeman and Calezia Dow and Lexi Freeman expressed dismay at being unable to play in the final game of the season due to quarantine guidelines.

A teammate, with whom they

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The Worcester School Committee is expected to make a decision on Fall II sports this week.

A special meeting has been called for Thursday evening for the committee to make a decision on Fall II sports.

Fall II follows guidelines established by the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association and the Department of Secondary Education and happens between the typical winter and spring sports seasons.

The MIAA previously decided Fall II will run from Feb. 22 to

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