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The fish report is weekly. Its accuracy depends on marina operators, tackle shops, and local fishermen we contact. Anglers catching large fish should send the information to Outdoor News Service, P.O. Box 9007, San Bernardino, CA 92427, or telephone 909-887-3444, so it can be included in thi…

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The best part wasn’t the look of pride and joy on faces too often unfamiliar with those emotions.

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We’re supposed to have the aroma of hamburgers, hot dogs and steaks on the grill filling our noses.

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For the first time since 1981, and just the second time since the game was founded in Cincinnati in 1869, there will be no baseball across America on the Fourth of July.

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Editor’s Note: The Valley Press is catching up with some of our local Minor League Baseball players who have been affected by the cancellation of their seasons due to Coronavirus. Each story will focus on one player. This is the first installment in the series.

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The future is bright for Paraclete incoming freshman Mister Burnside.

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The fish report is weekly. Its accuracy depends on marina operators, tackle shops, and local fishermen we contact. Anglers catching large fish should send the information to Outdoor News Service, P.O. Box 9007, San Bernardino, CA 92427, or telephone 909-887-3444, so it can be included in thi…

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Longtime readers of this sports section have been spoiled for generations by an uncommonly talented sports photography department.

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As NASCAR returns to a superspeedway for the first time since the Daytona 500, rules changes will be in place to prevent the frightening airborne crash of Ryan Newman at the checkered flag.

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When President John F. Kennedy was murdered in 1963 — a killing that remains maddeningly unsolved to many of us — the world branded Dallas, Texas as “The City That Killed JFK.”

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Kevin Harvick’s 51st career NASCAR Cup Series victory Sunday at Atlanta Motor Speedway continued the Bakersfield native’s climb up the all-time charts.

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Usually, the only reference to Minnesota around here is in relation to the Lancaster National Soccer Center being the United States’ largest soccer complex west of the massive one in Minneapolis.

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It’s as vivid in my mind today as when I witnessed it nearly 28 years ago.

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The fish report is weekly. Its accuracy depends on marina operators, tackle shops, and local fishermen we contact. Anglers catching large fish should send the information to Outdoor News Service, P.O. Box 9007, San Bernardino, CA 92427, or telephone 909-887-3444, so it can be included in thi…

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The organizers of the Larry Lake All-Star Baseball game were thinking of changing the format of their game for high school seniors.

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Dale Earnhardt, Jr. hit on a huge success when he had defunct North Wilkesboro (N.C.) Raceway measured and duplicated  as a virtual race venue for NASCAR’s popular eRacing Series.

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When we had our first brush with the greatest trophy in sports, during the Los Angeles Kings’ remarkable run to the Stanley Cup Final in 1993, our research produced a curiously blank line in the annual list of champions.

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“Hey Paul George, you just led the Los Angeles Clippers to their first NBA championship in their 50-year history, after leading the Clippers over the Lakers in the Hallway Series. What’re ya gonna do now?”

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It was the only day of the year I didn’t mind sitting in traffic.

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Madelyn Cruz has been able to show her spirit both on campus at Paraclete High School and off of it.

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“The Last Dance” set ratings records for viewership of an ESPN sports documentary.

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In early February, Desert Christian boys basketball player Jerek Stevenson quietly made his decision to continue his playing career at Vanguard University.