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There’s something to be said for having ink in your veins – Part 3

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When I first arrived in New London my very first friend, Bobby Schultz, took me to the New London Day and showed me around.

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The 20th century comes to a close

DJ's Music Trivia

We continue our 10-part series chronicling the evolution of American popular music in the 20th century, 1900-1999, which looks at the music that was popular during each decade and what influenced that popularity.

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There’s something to be said for having ink in your veins – Part 2

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Back in New York City our third-grade teacher used to bring in “spoils” from the Staten Island Advance to help us learn how to write.

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Entering the music video age of the ’80s

DJ's Music Trivia

We continue our 10-part series chronicling the evolution of American popular music in the 20th century, 1900-1999, which looks at the music that was popular during each decade and what influenced that popularity.

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Early springtime is crappie fishing time

Outdoors Under the Rim

The early springtime on most reservoirs in the southern tier of states is when the crappie bite begins. This pan-sized sport fish begins to move to the shallows for the spawn by mid-March depending on water temperatures.

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There’s something to be said for having ink in your veins

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A month or two ago the Roundup ran an article about Bob Earl and Donnie Severs, the Roundup pressmen. What fun it was to read! And how it took me back! I was just 11 the first time I entered a pressroom and I can remember it as if it were yesterday.

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Turbulence and transition

DJ's Music Trivia

We continue our 10-part series chronicling the evolution of American popular music in the 20th century, 1900-1999, which looks at the music that was popular during each decade and what influenced that popularity.

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Now’s the time to make sure your boat’s ready for spring

Outdoors Under the Rim

Most hunting seasons have come and gone and spring fishing is right around the corner. If you are an angler and have a boat, it has probably been stored in a garage or under a boat cover for much of the last five months

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A sad farewell to a great artist

DJ's Music Trivia

This week, I’m interrupting our 10-part series chronicling the evolution of American popular music in the 20th century (which will return next week) to pay tribute to the life and career of one of the top female music artists of the 1960s, Leslie Gore (a non-smoker) who died this past week of lung cancer. She was 68.

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It’s amazing how many things we know that we don’t know we know Part 2

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Last week I mentioned that there are an incredible number of things we know that we don’t know we know, and I quoted what Andy Rooney said in his book, “And More by Andy Rooney.”

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Rise in water level great for fishing on Roosevelt Lake

Rim Country Fishing Report

Water continues to flow into Roosevelt Lake at above normal rates. The Salt River is flowing at 125 percent and the Tonto Creek is at 100 percent of their normal rates. The lake level has risen over four feet in the past three weeks and currently stands at 45 percent full.

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Is 2015 finally the Year of the Longhorn?

More Than a Game

It all started Monday.

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When music reflected our unrest

DJ's Music Trivia

We continue our 10-part series chronicling the evolution of American popular music in the 20th century, 1900-1999, which looks at the music that was popular during each decade and what influenced that popularity.

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It is amazing how many things we know that we don’t know we know

Your Turn

Way back in my teens, I once told a friend that we know a lot of things we don’t know we know.

Take note: Antelope, elk hunting permits due tonight

It is that time of year again.