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Sustainability Symposium 2019: Galvanize for Financial and Environmental Prosperity

  LAKE CITY, COLO./ NOVEMBER 15, 2018 (STL.News) The midterm elections certainly had a galvanizing effect—overwhelming voter turnout showed how motivated people are to play a role in creating their own future. Climate initiatives were on the ballot from coast to coast. Some, like the proposed carbon tax in Washington and oil and gas extraction … Continue reading Sustainability Symposium 2019: Galvanize for Financial and Environmental Prosperity

COSTA MESA, Calif. | Chargers coach Lynn to get college degree 26 years later

COSTA MESA, Calif. (AP) — Anthony Lynn left Texas Tech in 1992 for a life in the NFL, he was only six class hours shy of earning his degree. Although he won two Super Bowl rings as a running back before beginning a coaching career that eventually put him in charge of the Los Angeles … Continue reading COSTA MESA, Calif. | Chargers coach Lynn to get college degree 26 years later

Beard’s back at Texas Tech, in top 10 and near Big 12 lead

LUBBOCK, Texas/February 01, 2018(AP)(STL.News)— Chris Beard spent a decade as an assistant coach at Texas Tech for the Knights, first Bobby and then Pat. When that ended with a head coaching change by the Red Raiders after the 2010-11 season, Beard never thought about whether he would ever get back to Lubbock — or even … Continue reading Beard’s back at Texas Tech, in top 10 and near Big 12 lead

Shutdown grounds Air Force sports, upends NFL viewing

AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo./January 20, 2018(AP)(STL.News)— The federal government shutdown prompted the Air Force Academy on Saturday to call off sports events and upended plans for military outside the U.S. wanting to follow the NFL’s conference playoff games on TV and radio. Hours after the partial shutdown took effect, the academy said both home and … Continue reading Shutdown grounds Air Force sports, upends NFL viewing