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Oh dear. Oh no. Oh brother.
Pick your reaction or reactions, Hawkeye basketball fans. They all fit. When your best player is transferring out — and you could argue this is the third-straight year it’s happening if you were a Tony Freeman fan — you have a program that’s running on ice.
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If you’re like me, you run from news stories that use the word “unemployment.” How many times can you hear or see the wordit, even if you’re one of the lucky ones to still be employed?
Well, here’s some good news:
Two of the 10 U.S. metropolitan areas with the lowest unemployment rates in January were Ames and Iowa City, according to the U.S. Labor Department. Continue reading
It hasn’t been an altogether-successful ride for Larry Eustachy as the men’s basketball coach at Southern Mississippi, but the folks in Hattiesburg can’t say Eustachy is tone-deaf.
While Connecticut’s Jim Calhoun defiantly said “Not a dime back” when asked if he’d peel off any of the king’s ransom of a salary he makes to give it back to his cash-strapped state, Eustachy is refusing a $25,000 bonus owed to him because of an attendance incentive in his contract. Continue reading
This is 1/35th of what I think is an amazing collection of recession-related photos from around the world.
They were recently posted on the Boston Globe’s site, www.boston.com. Most of the photos were shot within the last month.
Photo No. 30 hurts me, a newspaper guy since I was three months old, as much as any. I’m guessing you can find a couple (or 35) that get to you.
Share your thoughts about any or all of the photos in the comments box. In fact, share your thoughts about anything.
PORTLAND, Ore. — Here I sit on a bus at Flightcraft Aviation, waiting to be taken to the tarmac where the members of the Northern Iowa traveling party will be screened before boarding a plane (that isn’t here yet) that will take us to Waterloo tonight.
My golly, that was a long sentence.
It’s a long ride, but it was a short road for the Panthers in the NCAA men’s basketball tournament. Their 61-56 loss to Purdue was tantalizing enough to make them wonder what might have been. They know it was on them, and they just didn’t do enough to get it done. Continue reading
PORTLAND, Ore. — Getting my bearings in downtown Portland, which doesn’t roll up its sidewalk at 5 p.m.
Less than a block from my hotel, a line of people waited to get into Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall to attend a lecture from NPR “Weekend Edition Saturday” host Scott Simon.
Simon, according to The Oregonian newspaper, is an acclaimed author, appreciator of music and all-round gentleman of letters. Nice work if you can get it. Continue reading