#The Northern Division

Capped: First-Quarter Goalie Thoughts

We're about a quarter of the way into the season. Yep, that's right, almost twenty-five percent of games have been played. I thought it was a good time to look at some of the goalies across the league and see how values have been affected through the first quarter. So, without further ado…
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KSEN/K96 – Bozeman Trophy Athletes of the Week

Our KSEN / K96 – Bozeman Trophy Athlete of the Week is an undoubtedly unique choice and our female Athlete of the Week gets recognition for her outstanding season and recent tournament play. Obviously, it’s not really an Athlete of the Week but we could say Athletes of the Week...
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Coyotes to take on Browning, then it’s the Coyote Classic

The Shelby Coyotes boys basketball team opened the 2021-22 season Thursday with 22 players, and they will again be coached by Tom Reynolds, assisted by Ryan McDermott, and Brennan Hayes. The Coyotes are looking forward to a competitive season, returning 11 letter winners. Leading the way is senior Rhett Reynolds...
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USFL Reveals Eight Franchises Including Houston Gamblers,

The United States Football League revealed the eight franchises that will start play in April. The Northern Division consists of the Michigan Panthers, the New Jersey Generals, the Philadelphia Stars and the Pittsburgh Maulers. The Southern Division is made up of the Birmingham Stallions, the Houston Gamblers, the New Orleans Breakers and the Tampa Bay Bandits.
Washington Times

USFL reveals teams ahead of spring 2022 kickoff

The United States Football League, the briefly successful spring football league in the 1980s, is making a return, and it released the eight teams that will play this upcoming spring. The eight franchises in the Northern and Southern divisions were also teams in the original USFL, which ran from 1983-1986....
Detroit News

Michigan Panthers part of rebooted USFL; they won't play here until 2023

Well, well, look who's back. The Michigan Panthers, a Detroit-area football team that actually has won a championship in the last 40 years, have been revived as part of the United States Football League reboot, it was announced Monday. The USFL revealed its eight teams in a Twitter post, but...

Colin Cowherd Unveils New USFL On The Herd

Fox Sports Radio host Colin Cowherd is bullish on the prospect of professional spring football, and so is his employer. The Fox Sports-backed USFL unveiled the eight teams playing in the inaugural 2022 season on Cowherd’s show. The league is comprised of two divisions with four squads in each. “In...

Six Wolves named to Northern B Football All-Conference team

The Cut Bank Wolves placed six members of the 2021 football squad on the Northern B All-Conference squad led by seniors Dayne Barbie and Austin Vanek, who earned recognition on both offense and defense. Barbie was named to the First Team as both an offensive and defensive lineman. Vanek was...
Daily Advance

ECSU started 2010s well, but faced off-field challenges

Editor’s note: The following is the 10th and final story in a multi-part series about the history of Elizabeth City State University’s football program. This story details that history from 2010 to the present day. The Elizabeth City State Vikings entered the 2010s with high hopes, but as the decade...
Minneapolis Star Tribune

Salvation Army adds Venmo and Paypal as options for online giving amid the COVID-19 pandemic

The Salvation Army's iconic red kettles are back this holiday season, but the charity this year also is debuting new ways to give: Venmo and PayPal. As the nonprofit kicked off its annual Red Kettle campaign Friday, leaders are encouraging more online donations through use of the new mobile pay options. Grocery stores and retailers where the Salvation Army posts its red kettles with bell ringers to collect cash every year are still seeing fewer customers due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Barbados: Police destroys huge quantity of marijuana and cocaine

The Northern Division of the Royal Barbados Police Force burns up 638 kilograms of narcotics on Saturday, including 1,088 grams of cocaine, 14,110 trees ranging in height from seedlings to twelve feet. Adrian Broomes, Acting deputy divisional commander superintendent, was supervising the action and further informed that five northern divisions...

Woman, three men aiding police in investigations into gun find

A woman is among four people who are assisting officers with investigations into a firearm and ammunition seized during an exercise in the Northern Division earlier on Friday. According to police reports, officers received intelligence that led to the execution of several search warrants in the Malabar and Pinto areas.

US Blackmail Strategy in Ethiopia Adding Fuel to the Fire

One year after TPLF massacred the Northern Division of the Ethiopian National Defense Force in a surprise blitz and started the war there is still no end in sight. Either side has failed to secure a decisive victory in the war front, at least so far, and the nature of the conflict of interest between the two rules out a negotiated settlement. Why not a decisive victory, and why not a negotiated outcome?

NCCU coach creates STEAM center

N.C. Central (9-13 overall, 8-5) Volleyball’s regular season ends Nov. 12 against South Carolina State in Durham. The tournament starts Nov. 19 on Howard’s campus. St. Augustine’s (9-14, 7-9) The Falcons ended the regular season with a 3-1 win over Johnson C. Smith to earn their first tournament appearance since...

House fire prevented after concerned neighbour calls Fire Service

The quick response of the Babonneau Fire Station Tuesday prevented what could have been a potential house fire at Balata. At about 10:30 am, the Fire Station received a call from a concerned neighbour regarding smoke in a structure. When firefighters arrived on the scene, they found a concrete home...