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KEARNEY – Kearney City Council heard an update Tuesday on the forthcoming Indoor Sports Complex.

The presentation was part of their consent agenda, and no action was taken on the project.

Park and Recreation Director Scott Hayden said details for the facility are being fine-tuned.

“It’s certainly a large building, and we want to get it right,” Hayden told council

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An inviting lawn fitted with towering trees looking out onto Echo Lake near Bigfork is filled with families from many different walks of life. Some are all adults while some have small children and everything in between — and all are participating in DREAM Adaptive Recreation’s Water Sports Week.

The organization’s annual week-long program makes it possible for everyone, regardless of ability, to recreate on the water and enjoy much of what makes Montana summers

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There was a time not so long ago that we knew definitively which games had sold the most copies. If you wanted to know how many people bought Splinter Cell vs. Kingdom Hearts in the fall of 2002, the numbers were right there (opens in new tab), provided by a market research company called the NPD that got its sales data directly from retail stores. Mathe-magic! 

20 years later we’re still comparing games to

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A screenshot of Fortnite characters looking at a blank billboard with an Xbox logo.

Image: Xbox / Epic / Kotaku

Raise your hand if you’re excited to see more ads inside your favorite video games? I don’t see any hands. Well, bad news: A new report claims that Microsoft is building an advertising program to give “select brands” the ability to buy ads that will then appear in free-to-play Xbox games. And while the report says Microsoft and Xbox are being careful to not “irritate” players or

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CLEVELAND — When Lake Erie and the Cuyahoga River are covered in snow and ice, there’s a special place for water lovers to go get their workouts in. Tucked away in a brick building, The Foundry with its storied past in Cleveland’s Irishbend neighborhood is training a new wave of athletes in the sport of rowing.

Inside The Foundry, founder Gina Trebilcock trains athletes and gets them ready for spring rowing using a unique indoor

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A decade ago, few people had heard of stand up paddle boarding (SUP). Now it’s a common sight on beaches and rivers everywhere. The recent ‘stay home’ impact of the pandemic has encouraged even more people to give it a try, which in turn has sparked a wave of startups looking to cash in on the water sport’s growing popularity.

Standing out from the SUP crowd

Bluefin SUP started out

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Chelsea are making progress in their attempt to sign Inter Milan right-back Achraf Hakimi.

Both the Blues and Paris Saint-Germain have made £51.6m (€60m) offers but Inter want at least £68m (€80m), which Sky Sports News revealed earlier this month.

However, Inter are willing to take players as part of any deal and Marcos Alonso and David Zappacosta are being discussed during negotiations.

They have joined Emerson Palmeiri and Andreas Christiansen as options – and

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Vanderbilt kicker Sarah Fuller has made history. On Saturday, when she kicked off for the Commodores in the second half of their game against Missouri, she became the first woman to play in a Power 5 football game.

Vanderbilt had a grad transfer kicker opt out before the season, and this week several of its specialists had to go into quarantine due to COVID-19 testing. Fuller, a goalkeeper for

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