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Suspect arrested in theft of Villager’s golf cart from bowling alley

A suspect has been tracked down in the theft of a Villager’s golf cart from a bowling alley at Spanish Springs Town Square. The dark blue 2015 Yamaha gas-powered golf cart had been parked Sept. 7 at Spanish Springs Lanes on Alverez Avenue. The owner went into the bowling alley at about 6:30 p.m. and emerged about four hours later to find his golf cart had vanished.
LADY LAKE, FL
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Use of force investigation underway after violent arrest at Yucca Valley bowling alley

A use of force investigation is underway following the violent arrest of an intoxicated man at a bowling alley in Yucca Valley over the weekend. The incident started Friday night when deputies were called to the bowling alley for a suspect who was believed to be intoxicated that had been involved in a crash in The post Use of force investigation underway after violent arrest at Yucca Valley bowling alley appeared first on KESQ.
YUCCA VALLEY, CA
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Morning Journal

Lorain: Rebman Recreation celebrating 75th year in business

Rebman Recreation, a Lorain institution located at 5300 Oberlin Ave., typically has the sounds of rolling heavy bowling balls smashing into each other daily. For 75 years, that has been the sound of the balls thumping the lanes then smashing into the pins. Rebman is celebrating its 75th anniversary. The...
LORAIN, OH

Dust off Your Shoes and Make Sure You Remember These Bowling Rules

Over the centuries, bowling has, of course, evolved. In Germany, bowling was so popular among the gambling kind at one point that the government passed laws regarding how much money you could bet on a yard game. (We imagine they did this to cut down on how often bowling games led to fisticuffs.) Over time, it evolved more and began to look entirely different from the games played across Europe. In fact, things took a decidedly uppity turn when none other than Henry VIII banned the lower class from bowling and imposed hefty levies on private lanes. Of course, even Henry VIII’s game was significantly different from what we play today — primarily because they still bowled outside. And it wasn’t until 1511 that Martin Luther set a rule on the exact number of pins needed to play. As bowling evolved further, different parts of the world began putting their tweaks on the game.
LIFESTYLE
Green Valley News and Sun

BAJA Bowling

With the BAJA Senior bowling winding down its Summer League, teams are gearing up for position round in three weeks. The higher a team ends up in the standings, the more rewards for the bowlers. So everyone is doing their best to end as high as they can. The Sweet Rollers were soured by the Baja Buddies, and they rolled down the gutter to drop from third place to eighth, being the only team to lose all nine points. The Lucky Strikers were one point from first to start the night, but they went on to win 7 and overtook Damage Control for sole possession of first place.
SPORTS
Idaho State Journal

Chubbuck man inducted into Idaho State USBC Bowling Association Hall of Fame

A Chubbuck man who’s been bowling for 68 years was inducted into the Idaho State U.S. Bowling Hall of Fame in Idaho Falls last weekend. David John, 77, was recognized for his huge contributions to the sport during the 58th annual Idaho State Bowling Jamboree on Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the Fair Bridge Inn and Suites in Idaho Falls.
IDAHO STATE
louisianarecord.com

Lawsuit alleges Lafayette police caused ruckus outside bowling alley

LAFAYETTE - Lafayette police face a lawsuit alleging false arrest and excessive force at a bowling alley. Gerald Celestine, individually and on behalf of his minor children, G.C. and J.C., filed a federal complaint on September 7 in the Western District of Louisiana against Lafayette City-Parish Consolidated Government and former police chief Scott Morgan.
LAFAYETTE, LA
Norfolk Daily News

GACC senior 'grew up in bowling alley'

Hello, my name is Alexis Wuestewald. I am a senior that attends Guardian Angel Central Catholic in West Point. In school activities, I am on the dance team, one act stage crew and the speech team. I chose to go on the dance team at our school because I grew...
WEST POINT, NE
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