Cheboygan, MICheboygan Tribune

Cheboygan to host 'Chaos Clash' softball tournament

CHEBOYGAN — It's been one busy summer of softball coaching for Joe Kosanke. This weekend could be the busiest of the bunch for Kosanke, but he's totally fine with that. After all, when you get to host a tournament, it makes things a little easier. Starting on Friday, Cheboygan will...
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Ranking Chris Jericho's Best Matches in the Last Decade

Few professional wrestlers have had the second half of a career that Chris Jericho has enjoyed since 2011. A master of recognizing where the industry is going, which style best suits him at any given time and who the hottest potential opponents are, the 50-year-old has enhanced his own legacy by way of extraordinary matches against world-renowned competitors across multiple promotions.
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SportsInside Lacrosse (press release)

Which PLL Team Can Crawl Out of the Bottom and Make a Playoff Run?

Depending on where it is you call home, you might have been among the many of us who predictably found our neighborhoods enveloped earlier this summer by Brood X, a particular strain of cicada with a disproportionately cool name that crawls out of the ground every 17 years, spends about two months screaming all day and crashing into everybody, lays some eggs and dies.
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Colby Covington claims Dustin Poirier was a 'NOBODY' before his fights with Conor McGregor and he should show the Irishman more respect as bitter ex-team-mate insists American got the 'LUCKIEST' win at UFC 264 following freak injury

Colby Covington has told Dustin Poirier to 'show more respect' to Conor McGregor, claiming the Diamond was a 'jobber' and a 'nobody' before his victories over the Irishman. Poirier, 32, has enjoyed a sensational 2021, having defeated the former two-weight world champion at UFC 257, before a freak injury to the Irishman in their trilogy bout at UFC 264 handed him a second victory in six months.
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Dylan Molloy to Make PLL Debut in Colorado Springs

The PLL returns to regular season play this weekend at Weidner Field in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and so too will Dylan Molloy to professional lacrosse. It’s a long-awaited PLL debut for Dylan Molloy, whom fans haven’t seen on the lax field since he played for MLL’s New York Lizards in 2020. That’s one of many storylines heading into Week 7’s action.
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Warhammer 40K: Top List Of The Week – Sisters Win Big

Let’s take a look at who’s winning, losing and this week’s top championship list in 40K – brought to you by BCP. We’re back with Best Coast Pairings to showcase the top list of the week for 40k. While the Tournament Scene has taken a hit due to the pandemic there are events happening. So, while the data set might be smaller than before (for now), we still wanted to bring these results to you. We still think folks should take all the recommended safety precautions if you are playing at an events – but if you’re going to play, you might as well have an idea about the current meta of 40k.
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Nintendo Download: 29th July (Europe)

BUSTAFELLOWS (PQube, £31.49 / €35.99) - Delve into a visual novel with gorgeous animation. BUSTAFELLOWS features high quality artwork, from character designs to the background environment!. You are in the driver’s seat! Use your trusty notepad to jot down information and clues that will prove useful to solve cryptic puzzles....

Total Chaos in AP Education System?

When CM Jagan Reddy decided to distribute Rs.15000 free money to the mothers of the school going kids, people clapped their hands. When the CM took many innovative decisions like Nadu Nedu, Jagananna Vidya Kaanuka etc., people wholeheartedly appreciated those schemes. Of course, they couldn't predict that the free schemes would dampen the development of AP.
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PBS, CNN lead 2021 News and Doc Emmy Awards nominations

Netflix’s Athlete A, Tania Cypriano’s Born to Be, Showtime’s The Trade and Once Upon A Time In Iraq (pictured) from PBS’s ‘Frontline’ are just a few of the films in contention for Best Documentary at the 42nd annual News and Documentary Emmy Awards. Nominees for the News and Documentary Emmys...
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LOCAL ROUNDUP: Chaos finish second in Brunswick Tournament

The Northern Columbia Chaos 14u travel softball team played in the Brunswick Summer Heat Tournament this past weekend and for the second consecutive weekend, finished as the runner-up. In their first pool play game, the Chaos jumped out to a 10-0 lead after four innings. Both teams scored five runs...
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Guilty Gear Strive DLC leaks hint at Slayer and Baiken

Guilty Gear Strive developer Arc System Works just released the game’s first DLC character, Goldlewis Dickinson. Now, it seems like more news about DLC characters in Guilty Gear Strive is coming in, including new leaks that includes fan favorites Slayer and Baiken. The first leak for Guilty Gear Strive accurately...

Five Speculative Visions of Britain in Chaos

To live in Britain is to live in eternal existential anxiety. The tiny island nation lives on the knife-edge of global warming-driven sea level rise (which would submerge much of what is now dry land) and global cooling, which, while not on the books in the immediate future, has in the past repeatedly scoured hominin life from the region. It’s not surprising that many authors have offered visions of an ephemeral United Kingdom that is no longer united…
NFLInside Lacrosse (press release)

PLL News: Dylan Molloy To Make Long-Awaited Debut; Chris Hogan Back to NFL

(Photo Courtesy of MLL/Anne Evans) Dylan Molloy is finally set to take the field as a Premier Lacrosse League player, and Chris Hogan is on his way back to the NFL. In a news-filled Monday to kick off the playoff stretch, Molloy was signed by Chrome LC along with midfielder Donny Moss. Molloy, the 2016 Tewaaraton winner at Brown, was one of the 140 players on the PLL’s initial talent list. He opted to continue to play for Major League Lacrosse instead, playing with the Florida Launch and New York Lizards.