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Real reason Simone Biles' relationship with boyfriend Jonathan moved so quickly

Simone Biles has had her boyfriend, NFL football player Jonathan Owens, cheering her on as she competes in the Tokyo Olympics. The gymnast recently opened up about how their relationship blossomed very quickly after they met in March 2020. Shortly before the COVID-19 pandemic, the pair reportedly met online and...
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Sequim, WASequim Gazette

Family celebrates Olympic Games swimmer with Sequim ties

Molly and Bernie Christianson were happy to get up early and watch live coverage of the Olympic Games in Tokyo. The longtime Sequim residents joined other family members and friends spread across the country in rooting for 19-year-old Tyler Christianson, their grandson and son of Sequim High graduate Eric Christianson.
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New Turf In Time For Football

As high school football season approaches, the local school football fields are more ready to take a pounding than ever. In the last few weeks, both Jeff Keel Stadium in Moapa Valley and Evan Wilson Stadium in Mesquite have been busy places. Contractor crews have been putting finishing touches on a conversion from grass to turf football fields in both locations.
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Rodgers, Packers in pads and focused on football

“I just expressed a desire to be more involved in conversations directly impacting my job. . . (there’s) still a big competitive hole in my body that I need to fill.”. Last week at this time you could almost hear the collective groan from NFL football fans in Minnesota, Chicago, Detroit, and Denver as the Packers quarterback reported to training camp in Green Bay.
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Devoted fans await return of CFL football

Mary Buchanan can remember her first Stampeders football game like it was yesterday. “It was around 1952-53,” said the 82-year-old Calgarian. "When I was 11 or 12, I took dance lessons at the Murdoch School of Dancing and was part of the majorettes at the football game. We only did one game and I was the only majorette that didn’t drop their baton. I was really pleased with myself."
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