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Bronson Koenig; From University of Wisconsin Varsity Magazine; August 2014
Story is from the August edition of the University of Wisconsin athletics Varsity magazine. Bronson Koenig is a member of the Ho-Chunk Nation out of Lacrosse, Wisconsin. As a freshman, he became the first Native American athlete to score double digit points in NCAA D1 Final Four tournament. As a returning sophomore, Koenig and the Badgers will again be one of the top team in the nation. To download the full story follow the link at the bottom of the page with your iPhone or Android device.)

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Bronson Koenig; From University of Wisconsin Varsity Magazine; August 2014

Story is from the August edition of the University of Wisconsin athletics Varsity magazine. Bronson Koenig is a member of the Ho-Chunk Nation out of Lacrosse, Wisconsin. As a freshman, he became the first Native American athlete to score double digit points in NCAA D1 Final Four tournament. As a returning sophomore, Koenig and the Badgers will again be one of the top team in the nation. To download the full story follow the link at the bottom of the page with your iPhone or Android device.)

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South Dakota Class A Boys Cross Country Preview – Can Falcons Repeat, Is Cole Sargent The Next Class A Distance Phenom
Yes, I’m 750 miles away in Salt Lake City, but you can bet that I’ll be dialed into Friday’s meet in Douglas, South Dakota as the cross-country running season gets underway with that Douglas meet.The Douglas meet is a chance to see some of the AA runners come down and mix it up with the Class A and Class B runners.

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South Dakota Class A Boys Cross Country Preview – Can Falcons Repeat, Is Cole Sargent The Next Class A Distance Phenom

Yes, I’m 750 miles away in Salt Lake City, but you can bet that I’ll be dialed into Friday’s meet in Douglas, South Dakota as the cross-country running season gets underway with that Douglas meet.
The Douglas meet is a chance to see some of the AA runners come down and mix it up with the Class A and Class B runners.

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Jacoby Ellsbury Is Batting 1000!
The Yankees are getting their money’s worth out of Jacoby Ellsbury, Navajo, who is the 16th highest paid player in Major League Baseball, according to USAToday.com. The center fielder collected his 1000th career hit on Monday, and about two weeks ago, he saved the Yanks from being part of an embarrassing piece of history — by hitting his 10th home run of the season, the team avoided the their first back-to-back shutout since 1999.

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Jacoby Ellsbury Is Batting 1000!

The Yankees are getting their money’s worth out of Jacoby Ellsbury, Navajo, who is the 16th highest paid player in Major League Baseball, according to USAToday.com. The center fielder collected his 1000th career hit on Monday, and about two weeks ago, he saved the Yanks from being part of an embarrassing piece of history — by hitting his 10th home run of the season, the team avoided the their first back-to-back shutout since 1999.

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 Shoni Schimmel Shines in WNBA Playoffs (Photos)
It’s game day for Shoni Schimmel and the Atlanta Dream.The Dream have had an incredible season, and this evening they are headed in to the final game of the Eastern Conference Semifinals of the WNBA Playoffs. Their home opener in the three-game series, put Chicago up 80-77; but on Sunday, in Game 2, the Dream rallied back for a 92-83 win over Chicago.

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 Shoni Schimmel Shines in WNBA Playoffs (Photos)

It’s game day for Shoni Schimmel and the Atlanta Dream.The Dream have had an incredible season, and this evening they are headed in to the final game of the Eastern Conference Semifinals of the WNBA Playoffs. Their home opener in the three-game series, put Chicago up 80-77; but on Sunday, in Game 2, the Dream rallied back for a 92-83 win over Chicago.





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7 Tribal Programs That Protect Our Winged and Four-Legged Brothers
The news is full of sad stories about dying animals, species of all kinds being wiped out, and the random shooting of animals, among other depressing events. Amid all that it’s easy to forget that efforts aplenty are afoot to reverse the declines, save species, restore habitat and pull endangered animals back from the edge of extinction. The animals and birds are our brothers and sisters, after all.  

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7 Tribal Programs That Protect Our Winged and Four-Legged Brothers

The news is full of sad stories about dying animals, species of all kinds being wiped out, and the random shooting of animals, among other depressing events. Amid all that it’s easy to forget that efforts aplenty are afoot to reverse the declines, save species, restore habitat and pull endangered animals back from the edge of extinction. The animals and birds are our brothers and sisters, after all.  

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1675 King Philip’s War
Scarcely had the fears aroused by the arrival of a Dutch fleet at New York and the capture of that city been allayed by the peace of Westminster in 1674, when rumors of Indian unrest began to spread through the settlements, and the dread of Indian outbreaks began to arouse new apprehensions in the hearts of the people. Hitherto no Indian chieftain had proved himself a born leader of his people.

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1675 King Philip’s War

Scarcely had the fears aroused by the arrival of a Dutch fleet at New York and the capture of that city been allayed by the peace of Westminster in 1674, when rumors of Indian unrest began to spread through the settlements, and the dread of Indian outbreaks began to arouse new apprehensions in the hearts of the people. Hitherto no Indian chieftain had proved himself a born leader of his people.