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Welcome to the NFL bizarro world

November 4, 2009 Green Bay Packer fans finally had something to cheer about Sunday. No, it wasn’t the Packers’ 31-3 drubbing of the lowly Cleveland Browns. more »»

Trick but no treat MSU

November 4, 2009 It seems Halloween came a couple of days earlier for the Minot State University football tea. more »»

Reflection as golf comes to a close

October 18, 2009 It seems as if we just opened and now it is almost time to close. We finally got open on April 23 and just for 9 holes (after the flooding). more »»

Bring me the head of Chris Bieri

October 5, 2009 I guess you can file this one under the category, “Reasons I would like to be cremated after I die. more »»

The return of the Flat Screen Open

September 4, 2009 It seems like just the other day that Dr. Mark Hildahl came up with the the idea of the Flat Screen Open and all of a sudden we are having our sixth one on Saturday, Sept. 12. more »»

Keeping an eye on the future

August 28, 2009 BEMIDJI, Minn. — Thursday marked an interesting day in the history of Minot State University athletics. more »»

Good bye old friend

August 23, 2009 When I was younger I never thought about growing up and getting old, and I certainly didn’t give any thought to the fact that I might grow attached to material things in this worl. more »»

Hanging with Hessels

August 21, 2009 I’ve covered plenty of golf tournaments in my years as a sports writer — from high school events to the Masters. But Thursday, I got a little inside look at the world of professional golf. more »»

Sometimes it pours

August 2, 2009 Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose, and sometimes it pours! That’s not exactly how the saying goes, but it is definitely the most appropriate way to say it in this case. more »»

COLUMN: The return of real baseball, a true American tradition

July 19, 2009 After the flag and bald eagle, what is more American than baseball? If I could pull it off, the Statue of Liberty would have a glove in one hand and a baseball in the other. more »»

Another great day to be a Vista

July 12, 2009 MAPLE GROVE, Minn. — Greetings from the Gopher Classic. The latest off-field experience of the trip was a day at the Mall of Americ. more »»

Roddick earns at least one new fan

July 6, 2009 I am what you might call a casual tennis fa. more »»

Lessons learned from baseball

June 21, 2009 As I sit in the dugout and reflect on the closing of another Vistas tournament, I am overwhelmed with the things we can learn from the game of basebal. more »»

One last conversation with Dad

June 21, 2009 Every year my kids ask me what I would like for Father’s Da. more »»

Lesson learned on the course

June 13, 2009 One of my favorite golf/life experiences came years ago in the North Dakota State Open. more »»

Big summer for junior golf

June 5, 2009 Junior golf lessons start today at Souris Valley. The lessons will cover all phases of the game of golf from etiquette to rules to swinging the golf club. more »»

Roundtable with UND heads

May 29, 2009 By Thursday afternoon two of my fellow sports writers were headed off to the four state tournaments being held across the state, while I was left behind to hold down the fort. more »»

There’s more to golf than golf itself

May 27, 2009 There is a lot more to playing golf than striking a ball. To greater appreciate the game, golfers should immerse themselves in the game’s lore. more »»

Bum wheeled Bieri battling the injury bug

May 14, 2009 I admit it. I’ve never been much of an athlete. At least not in the past 15 years. Of course, when I was a kid, there was nothing I wouldn’t and didn’t play. more »»

Spring golf is finally here

May 9, 2009 Well, hopefully the snow and flooding are gone for this season and the area golfers can finally start to get a few rounds under their belts (white belts of course). more »»

 
 
 

 

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