RINK & RUN Hartmark, Koski Win Titles
The Thunder Bay Chronicle's story Tuesday on Duluthians Eric Hartmark and Katie Koski winning repeat titles in Monday's 76th Ten Mile Road Race in Ontario. Oh, the run was del... Posted on 5/18/09 at 9:38 PM
One week after beating Vermilion in the last game of its regular season, the Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College football team turned right around and played them again in the first round of the MCAC playoffs.
There are days at softball practice where Laura Sylvester watches her team and remembers when she played third base years ago.
Sylvester is now the energetic base of the Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College women’s softball program, as the upbeat 29-year-old enters her first season as the coach of the Thunder.
A year ago Tony DeLeon, the head coach of the Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College football team, was busy trying to put together a football program. Now, in their second season, things are coming together efficiently and smoothly.
A young Carlton woman’s legacy of optimism and hope will live on through another woman much like herself.
Roxane and Craig Schmitz of Carlton recently donated a $1,000 scholarship in memory of their daughter, April, who died a year ago of complications from epilepsy at the age of 20.
According to Roxane and Craig, April’s generous nature and love of children are characteristics shared by the scholarship recipient, Crystal LaJesse of Grand Portage.
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