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Lions drafts provide comic relief/Paul Peterson

May 14, 2013 The Detroit Lions never fail to amaze their long-suffering fan base. The National Football League team has also given the public some of its best comic relief on draft day. more »»

Time zoned/The Red Line

May 9, 2013 The Detroit Red Wings will be playing in the National Hockey League's Eastern Conference next season, and the most exciting part of this news is not more games against Sidney Crosby and the... more »»

Alterations could help Hall voting/Paul Peterson

May 8, 2013 Going by statistics alone, Don Miller, Leo Durocher, Wayne Sickler, Fritz Wilson and several other athletes and coaches from the Copper Country have the credentials to be in the Upper Peninsula... more »»

I've got Capitals, but no capital/The Red Line

May 2, 2013 It is a rite of spring. The snow melts, the flowers bloom and the Phoenix Coyotes are closing in on a deal for new ownership that will keep them in Glendale, Ariz. more »»

Internet can turn very vicious/Paul Peterson

May 1, 2013 First of all, let me be perfectly clear. I'm not a fan of cyberspace, whether it be Facebook, Twitter, texting or whatever you want to call it. more »»

Wings, springs and things/The Red Line

April 25, 2013 I have a hypothesis that the number of crabby people I deal with in a given week typically varies inversely with the quality of the weathe. more »»

Local ADs have only one solution /Paul Peterson

April 24, 2013 In this most miserable of springs, there may be just one solution left for Copper Country athletic directors: Move most of the remaining high school track and golf meets to Baraga County. more »»

Alternative spring/The Red Line

April 18, 2013 It appears we have a bit of a problem. As has been noted to me by nearly every person I’ve met in public in the last month, the snow is not going away. more »»

GWC facing important decisions/Paul Peterson

April 16, 2013 For a high school football football conference not long ago considered one of the top Class D leagues in Michigan, the Great Western Conference is facing some major decisions. more »»

Confessions of a ‘Wal-Mart Wolverine’/The Red Line

April 11, 2013 Do you remember the first time you realized your future wasn’t going to go exactly as you imagined it? I do. more »»

Some games don't make headlines/Paul Peterson

April 10, 2013 The great Don Mattson once said that some of the best games he ever played in never made the newspaper. more »»

March Madness/The Red Line

April 4, 2013 Sundays are my Domestic Engineering Day, and rather pleased with the outcome of the Michigan-Florida regional final, I wasn’t terribly invested in the Duke-Louisville game. more »»

Doc Gibson would’ve been proud/Paul Peterson

April 3, 2013 By every account I’ve ever read, the late and great John L. “Doc” Gibson was a master organizer and promoter. more »»

Secrets and statistics/The Red Line

March 28, 2013 Late March is a weird time of the year. Mud and water everywhere. Monday feels like January, Thursday like May. more »»

Hot stove finished cooking: Play Ball

March 27, 2013 It’s one of those old customs that baseball fans have been doing for a long time. more »»

At winter's end, a desire for more/The Red Line

March 21, 2013 When the winter sports season came to an end last year, it was immediately succeeded by a bizarre heat wave. more »»

From one spring excess to another/Paul Peterson

March 20, 2013 In case you don’t believe the world has veered entirely out of control, consider this morsel: The subject that received the most hits on the Internet this past Sunday night was the annoucement of th... more »»

The Huskies' past and the future/Inside the Huskies

March 19, 2013 Michigan Tech snapped more streaks in its playoff series against North Dakota, but the Huskies couldn’t start a two-year streak of their own making the WCHA Final Five. more »»

Commitment the key word

March 13, 2013 Listen to Julie Filpus talk about her basketball teams and one word often comes up: Commitment. more »»

Huskies fixed what UND exposed

March 12, 2013 “At least Michigan Tech won’t have to see Danny Kristo, Corban Knight and Mark MacMillan again (unless the Huskies face North Dakota in the playoffs).” Ironically, that’s how I started my Dec. more »»



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