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Intense focus surrounds the status of the PGA Tour’s restart after one of its players, the 39-year-old Nick Watney, tested positive for Covid-19 mid-competition. Watney withdrew from the RBC Heritage in South Carolina before the second round and is now spending at least 10 days in isolation. This is an obvious blow to the Tour, …

Donald ‘Reche’ Caldwell, a wide receiver who played seven NFL seasons with the San Diego Chargers, New England Patriots and Washington after a decorated career at the University of Florida, was shot and killed in what has been described as a ‘targeted’ robbery attempt on Saturday night in Tampa, his mother confirmed to TMZ. He …

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer lifted Michigan’s coronavirus stay-at-home order Monday, letting restaurants reopen to dine-in customers next week and immediately easing limits on gatherings while keeping social-distancing rules intact. The governor moved six remaining regions comprising 93% of the state’s population to phase 4 — “improving” — two weeks after she announced that two regions in …

NORTH STONINGTON — For the first time since the early 1960s, there will be no North Stonington Agricultural Fair in July. Members of the fair’s board of directors voted Sunday to cancel the annual fair, which has run continuously since 1964 and has often been referred to as the kick-off for fair season, as a result …

The Natrona County school board chafed at requirements from county health officials requiring either a virtual graduation ceremony or an in-person event with significant restrictions. “Man, I’d sure like to talk to these guys,” board member Kevin Christopherson said at the body’s meeting Monday, referring to county health officials. “I get tired of having these …

From Sean Dyche taking a crash course in Microsoft Teams from his teenage son to Mikel Arteta checking online his Arsenal players have done their homework, Premier League managers have had to adapt quickly to the new normal. Usually creatures of habit where their job is largely done in groups at the training ground and …

Milton Keynes MPs Ben Everitt and Iain Stewart have confirmed a pilot for a new drive through COVID-19 testing facility will launch in the city centre. The new facility is due to commence tomorrow (19/04) and if the pilot is a success, the fully operational site will allow NHS, carers and their family members to …

Hopes remain that the Tour de France may yet take place in August despite its postponement because of the coronavirus pandemic, with Geraint Thomas insisting “in my head it’s definitely going to happen”. On Monday night the president of France, Emmanuel Macron, in effect ruled out the possibility of the Tour starting as planned when …

Back in Hoosier Hysteria’s heyday, stretching from the 1940s clean through the early 1990s, playing high school basketball was the ultimate goal for the stereotypical Indiana schoolboy. Even many small schools had not only varsity teams chock full of players, but robust junior varsity and freshman squads, as well. Schools of just a few hundred …

Back in Hoosier Hysteria’s heyday, stretching from the 1940s clean through the early 1990s, playing high school basketball was the ultimate goal for the stereotypical Indiana schoolboy. Even many small schools had not only varsity teams chock full of players, but robust junior varsity and freshman squads, as well. Schools of just a few hundred …