Marion Alexander

Black walnuts deserve to be harvested

Fall is one of the most beautiful times when the leaves change color and the foliage on the ground turns red and gold. Thousands of black walnuts are hidden in this beautiful display, a fact that most squirrels are well aware of. Years ago, I asked a friend if they …

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Take Action Now to Protect Sight in Your Old Age |

Here’s some good news: With the average life expectancy in the United States increasing by almost 10 years over the past half-century, more of us are living longer. As a result, however, age-related health problems are also on the rise, including eye diseases that lead to poor vision. Most people …

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Hawaii vs. New Mexico State

September 24 – RAINBOW WARRIORS OFFENSE The perception is that the Warriors are too ground-oriented and predictable on the second try, but the numbers show the opposite. The majority of their plays on the second down are assists. Although they average 4.9 yards per play on the first down, their …

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Heads coach shares thoughts on sideline incident

(Photo by Rich Graessle / PPI / Icon Sportswire) Almost two weeks later, we’re still talking about what sparked the sideline incident between Cleveland Browns safety Ronnie Harrison and Kansas City Chiefs running backs coach Greg Lewis. Since then, Harrison has not spoken publicly about the incident that prompted his …

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