Shane Mosley Liable in Failed Promotion of MMA Event Before Super Bowl XLIX | KFI AM 640

LOS ANGELES (CNS) – A judge has finalized a judgment of more than $ 450,000 against former boxer Shane Mosley and a company he owned with his sister in litigation brought by a firm that hoped to use the retired fighter’s image in the promotion of a mixed martial arts event prior to the 2015 … Read more

Student Mathletes Compete in 37th Annual Math Super Bowl | School Zone

Posted on June 2, 2022 | 5:03 pm For Mountain View School, problem-solving and engineering challenge add up to first-place overall win Mountain View School team shows off its 1st place trophy. (Courtesy photo) More than 300 of the top fourth-sixth grade math students from public, charter, and private elementary schools in Santa Barbara County … Read more

Old Ben Lomond Golf Course clubhouse razed as housing project proceeds | News, Sports, Jobs

1/3 This photo taken Thursday, May 12, 2022, shows the parking lot of the former Ben Lomond Golf Course in Harrisville, now a staging area for equipment for redevelopment of the site into a housing subdivision, Ben Lomond Views. Tim Vandenack, Standard-Examiner 2/3 The site of the Copperwoods development taking shape north of 2000 North … Read more

Alpena High girls tennis team excited to persevere this spring | News, Sports, Jobs

News Photo by James Andersen The Alpena High School girls tennis team opened the 2022 season on Thursday against Grayling at the APlex. Alpena won the matchup 7-1. Alpena senior Tilly Williams reads herself to serve during a one doubles matchup. Williams and her partner Bekah Carlson defeated Natalie Do and Ally Lane 8-1. ALPENA … Read more

How priceless items of golf history were saved from inside Oakland Hills Country Club as it burned

How priceless items of golf history were saved from inside Oakland Hills Country Club as it burned

BLOOMFIELD TOWNSHIP, Mich. – Priceless items of golf history were saved from inside the Oakland Hills Country Club as it burned in February. The fire caused $ 80 million in damage. Most of the building and priceless pieces of memorabilia and art were destroyed – but some items were saved. For the first time Local … Read more

Keynote speakers announced for Hawaii Energy Conference | News, Sports, Jobs

A Rhode Island public utilities commissioner and the managing director of the Climate Policy Lab will be the keynote speakers at the ninth annual Hawaii Energy Conference on May 10 and 12. Abigail Anthony of the Rhode Island Public Utilities Commission will open the conference with the topic of “When Tradewinds Blow: Maintaining Course during … Read more

Pot shop robberies fuel calls for US banking bill | News, Sports, Jobs

SEATTLE (AP) — A surge in robberies at licensed cannabis shops — including a pistol-whipping, gunshots and killings in Washington state last month — is helping fuel a renewed push for federal banking reforms that would make the cash-dependent stores a less appealing target. “It makes absolutely no sense that legal businesses are being forced … Read more

Funding fresh water | News, Sports, Jobs

-Messenger photo by Kelby Wingert Janis and Mike Carmody tell Community Christian School students about their mission work building wells for villages in India, during chapel on Wednesday morning. Thanks to students at Community Christian School, students at a school halfway around the world are going to have clean water at their school. On Wednesday, … Read more

Bond stays for shooting suspect’s parents | News, Sports, Jobs

By Corey Williams Associated Press A judge denied a motion Tuesday to reduce bonds for the jailed parents of a Michigan teenager who is charged in a shooting at Oxford High School that left four of his fellow students dead. Oakland County Circuit Judge Cheryl Matthews said that James and Jennifer Crumbley’s actions before their … Read more

Lisbon raises more funds for mat | News, Sports, Jobs

LISBON — The Lisbon Exempted Village Board of Education has received another $2,000 toward the purchase of a new high jump mat, this time from the Lisbon Eagles. Superintendent Joe Siefke said the district has received a total of $4,000 toward the project so far and needs another $2,700 to complete it. “We appreciate the … Read more