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  • NFL notes: Broncos team buses involved in minor accident

    The Denver Broncos are back at their hotel in Santa Clara after their buses were involved in a minor accident following their practice at Stanford Stadium. Team spokesman Patrick Smyth …

  • Endangered lions deserve ‘threatened’ listing

    Killing of Cecil helped focus attention on population declines.

  • Stafford leads Lions past Saints, 35-27

    Matthew Stafford’s accuracy and poise sparked the Detroit Lions to a big lead and helped prevent them from squandering it, too.

  • Hunter ethics count nowadays under unblinking public eye

    The public is numb to kids being killed in Syria. Mouths water as a sultry TVmodel opens her mouth wide as a whale around a monster beef burger.

  • Titans destroy ice-cold Lions

    As the top seed from the Greater Spokane League to the 3A sub-regional, University High earned a home game Tuesday night. It turned out they also earned the right to …

  • MNF: Lions at Bears

    The Bears (4-1) are trying to solidify their spot at the top of the NFC North, while the last-place Lions (2-3) are trying to jump back into the race. “With …

  • Titans outlast Lions

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Call this one Music City Mayhem. The Tennessee Titans are winless no more after an unforgettable overtime victory over Detroit featuring an endless stream of big plays, …

  • Golden sparkles for Gonzaga women

    As fans exited the McCarthey Athletic Center, one aficionado felt the need to make a play of his own and vocalize the obvious pun. “She made the most of that …

  • Bring your horse – and your appetite

    The Hauser Lions Club invites trail riders – and those who enjoy a hearty lunch – to saddle up for Saturday’s Hauser Lions Club Horseback Trail Ride and Steak. “Bring …



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