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Fishing for the facts

May 17, 2015 Our dogwood tree is definitely in blossom so the crappies have just begun to bite. Right? Well, not necessarily. more »»

Nothing better than free fishing

April 26, 2015 Do you like bargains? Is it even better if the bargain is actually free? If so, you bargain hunters have hit the jackpot because on May 2 and 3, you can fish in Ohio without purchasing a fishing... more »»

Good to be outside

April 5, 2015 The needle on our back deck’s thermometer was huffing and puffing as it struggled to climb up to the predicted 60 degrees. It finally gave up and stopped at 52, but I knew even that was optimist. more »»

Making a list and checking it twice

February 1, 2015 Last week’s column had no sooner been emailed to the Morning Journal when my mailbox yielded another fishing catalog. more »»

Shazier shines in linebacker debut

August 18, 2014 PITTSBURGH — There were a number of good things to take away from the Pittsburgh Steelers 19-16 preseason win over the Buffalo Bills on Saturday night at Heinz Field. Forget the score. more »»

Homemade lures an alluring alternative

August 17, 2014 With the old lure having a price tag just shy of sixteen bucks I considered it too costly for my budge. more »»

It's up to you to find what works best

August 11, 2014 Ask any fisherman to name his or her favorite fish and you will get a variety of answers. more »»

Weather hasn’t been kind this summer

August 10, 2014 During the waning days of July and opening days of August one can expect hot and dry weather with thirsty corn rustling in the wind. more »»

Archer excited to be a Steeler

August 1, 2014 While rookie Dri Archer may be the smallest player on the Pittsburgh Steelers roster, big things are expected of the team’s third round draft choice as the team gets ready for the 2014 seaso. more »»

Born in Ohio, Noll was a true Pittsburgher

June 15, 2014 When I heard the news early Saturday morning that the former Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Chuck Noll had passed away in Sewickley Friday evening, it brought back a flood of memories. He was 82. more »»

USA set for rumble in the jungle

June 11, 2014 There’s a strange feeling surrounding the 20th World Cup which opens Thursday in Brazi. more »»

OUTDOOR JOURNAL: Carp can really put up a fight

May 18, 2014 What the heck. I wasn’t doing anything so why not mosey down to the dock and wet a line? Having the dock in the backyard sometimes makes it too easy to mosey, but that depends on your viewpoint. more »»

Hounds have home in ’Burgh

June 13, 2013 The Pittsburgh Riverhounds minor league soccer team, founded in 1999, has always flown under the radar in the Steel City mostly because the team bounced around from stadium to stadium or took years... more »»

ITCL delivers some juicy matchups in league openers

September 16, 2010 The Inter-Tri County League upper tier isn’t wasting any time in dishing out some juicy matchups to open league play. more »»

Beavers, Rebels start new rivalry

September 2, 2010 Separated by just about 11 miles, Crestview and Beaver Local have never met on the football field. more »»

Using minnows takes work

August 15, 2010 In case you haven’t noticed, it has been hot and dry. Serious anglers know that this type of weather leads to slow fishing. Some days even slow would be welcome as fish seem reluctant to eat at al. more »»

Time flies when you're having fun

August 8, 2010 I remember our Latin teacher introducing the class to the phrase tempus fugit. It means time flies, and this summer time certainly has had wing. more »»

Cataloging a lifetime of memories

July 18, 2010 Talk about nostalgia. My memory just got hit with a healthy dose of times past. It all started with my 55th class reunion and then my class photo in the Morning Journal. more »»

Yankee doodle went to Rustenburg

June 10, 2010 Despite decades upon decades of peace and harmony, deep in the recesses of our national DNA still lies a certain series of genetic code which doesn’t exactly make us predisposed to understanding or... more »»

Zen in trumpet and archery

May 31, 2010 Not many people know that I was once a fairly good trumpet player. I even began my too short college career as a trumpet major. more »»

 
 

 

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