May 30, 1991
Anne Arundel County was represented by nine of the 265 finalists whocompeted in the first Coors Light $25,000 Duckpin Classic at Turner's Long Meadow Bowl in Hagerstown.Henry Humm, Michael Firitz and Terry Edmondson qualified at Fair Lanes Southwest, and Louis Grudziecki and Spike Ferguson qualified at Greenway Bowl Glen Burnie.Of the women who reached the finals, Jessie Shears, Kathy Evans, Blanche Billello and Lola Taylor all qualified at Southwest.The finalists advanced from January qualifiers in 61 Duckpin Bowling Proprietors of America member bowling centers.
November 3, 2004
DENVER -- On a tough night for Democrats nationwide, some small hope could be found in Colorado, where Democrat and former rancher Ken Salazar narrowly defeated beer baron and Republican Pete Coors to win an open seat in the U.S. Senate. Coors delivered his concession speech at 11:30 p.m. MST. With 80 percent of the precincts reporting, Salazar held a 50 percent to 48 percent lead. The win was a significant pickup for Democrats because the seat is held by Republican Ben Nighthorse Campbell, who is retiring.
May 31, 1998
Rockies: Todd Helton's steal of home was the first for the team since pitcher Kevin Ritz did it last June 5. In his two previous career starts against the Astros, John Thomson had an 0-2 record and 11.45 ERA. Colorado is 7-16 at Coors Field this season -- the worst home record in the NL.Pub date: 5/31/98
June 21, 2006
DENVER -- Jason Jennings (6-6) and two relievers combined on a one-hitter for Colorado. Jennings overcame six walks in seven innings for his third straight win. Coupled with a 7-0 win on Monday night, it was the second time there were back-to-back shutouts in Coors Field's 11-year history. It was also the seventh shutout - fourth by the Rockies - at Coors Field this year, breaking the single-season record set in 1997 with 47 games still left at the hitter-friendly park.
March 18, 2003
Joseph Coors, 85, who used his brewing fortune to support President Ronald Reagan and help create the conservative Heritage Foundation, died Saturday in Rancho Mirage, Calif., of lymphatic cancer. Mr. Coors, whose grandfather founded Golden, Colo.-based Adolph Coors Co. in 1873, provided money and his famous name to start the Heritage Foundation, the influential Washington think tank. Earlier, he was one of President Reagan's advisers and backers in the "Kitchen Cabinet," which financed President Reagan's political career from the governorship of California to the White House.
June 8, 2004
Who's hot Coors Field fans endured Den ver's hottest June 7 - 98 degrees - in 130 years. Who's not The Pirates have lost eight of their past nine games and have scored just 18 runs in that span. Line of the day Scott Hatteberg, A's 1B AB R H RBI HR 3 2 2 5 1