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July 22, 2007
Gary & Margaret McMahon of Ellicott City, MD are pleased to announce the marriage of their son, Captain Patrick J. McMahon (USAF) & Jessica L. Collins, daughter of Linda Markegard, Custer, S.D., & Len Collins, Rapid City, S.D. The bride is a graduate of Jacksonville University & is a pilot for Atlantic Southeast Airlines. The groom is a graduate of Loyola High School & Syracuse University & is currently serving in Iraq. Following their April wedding in Rapid City & a honeymoon in Europe, the couple resides in Richmond Hill, Georgia.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | September 17, 2014
Instructional League games began Monday, and the Orioles will play a 17-game schedule that runs until Oct. 7. Here's a complete list of the players who will be participating in instructional league down in Sarasota, Fla. The list includes 27 pitchers, four catchers, 10 infielders and 10 outfielders. There are also five players on rehab. The list includes South Atlantic League batting champion Chance Sisco, as well as infielders Carlos Diaz and Jomar Reyes, two international players the Orioles acquired in the offseason and spent this year in the Dominican Summer League.  One player who is absent is right-hander Hunter Harvey, who is being rested by the organization.
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Sports on TV | August 8, 2012
THURSDAY'S TELEVISION HIGHLIGHTS Baseball Seattle@Orioles (T) MASN9 a.m. Little Lg.: Rapid City vs. Robbinsdale ESPN2 Little Lg.: Montana vs. Post Falls ESPN25 Little Lg.: de Soto vs. Kearney ESPN27 Kansas City@Orioles MASN7 Boston@Cleveland MLB7 Washington@Houston MASN28 Little Lg.: Lufkin vs. San Antonio ESPN29 Little Lg.: Mercer Isl. vs....
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Sports on TV | August 8, 2012
THURSDAY'S TELEVISION HIGHLIGHTS Baseball Seattle@Orioles (T) MASN9 a.m. Little Lg.: Rapid City vs. Robbinsdale ESPN2 Little Lg.: Montana vs. Post Falls ESPN25 Little Lg.: de Soto vs. Kearney ESPN27 Kansas City@Orioles MASN7 Boston@Cleveland MLB7 Washington@Houston MASN28 Little Lg.: Lufkin vs. San Antonio ESPN29 Little Lg.: Mercer Isl. vs....
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By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | May 23, 2004
RAPID CITY, S.D. - The bare-knuckle partisanship that divides Capitol Hill came to this sparsely populated state yesterday, as Sen. Bill Frist of Tennessee, the Republican leader, took the unusual step of campaigning against his Democratic counterpart, Sen. Tom Daschle, on Daschle's home turf. The much-anticipated visit on behalf of John Thune, the Republican former congressman who two years ago lost by just 524 votes to Tim Johnson, South Dakota's other Democratic senator, was to include back-to-back Republican fund-raising dinners and a morning tour of Ellsworth Air Force Base here.
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By Tom Uhlenbrock and Tom Uhlenbrock,KNIGHT RIDDER / TRIBUNE | July 31, 2005
This is an all-American road trip, filled with cowboys and Indians, buffalo and prairie dogs, and dreamers foolish enough to think they could homestead on the Badlands or blast four presidential faces into a granite cliff of the Black Hills. Within an hour's drive of Rapid City, in the southwestern corner of South Dakota, are so many national parks, memorials, monuments and forests that five days was not enough time to cover them all, especially with detours at scenic turnouts, historical markers and roadside attractions.
SPORTS
By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | September 17, 2014
Instructional League games began Monday, and the Orioles will play a 17-game schedule that runs until Oct. 7. Here's a complete list of the players who will be participating in instructional league down in Sarasota, Fla. The list includes 27 pitchers, four catchers, 10 infielders and 10 outfielders. There are also five players on rehab. The list includes South Atlantic League batting champion Chance Sisco, as well as infielders Carlos Diaz and Jomar Reyes, two international players the Orioles acquired in the offseason and spent this year in the Dominican Summer League.  One player who is absent is right-hander Hunter Harvey, who is being rested by the organization.
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By Julie Rothman and Julie Rothman,Special to The Sun | February 7, 2007
Barbara Kempisty of Baltimore was looking for a recipe for biscuits that can be made completely in the microwave. She wanted to be able to prepare the dough in advance and take it to an elderly aunt who is in assisted living and does not have a kitchen but does have access to a microwave. Hope Weiner of Rapid City, S.D., sent in a recipe for whole-wheat microwave biscuits. These biscuits are made with a combination of whole-wheat and white flour. The dough can be made in advance, and the biscuits can be made in the microwave.
SPORTS
March 4, 1992
BASKETBALL National Basketball Association* LOS ANGELES CLIPPERS -- Signed Tharon Mayes, guard, to a 10-day contract.* PHILADELPHIA 76ERS -- Activated Mitchell Wiggins, guard, from the injured list. Placed Brian Oliver, guard, on the injured list.Continental Basketball Association* RAPID CITY THRILLERS -- Signed Fred Cofield, guard.FOOTBALL National Football League* CINCINNATI BENGALS -- Signed Randy Kirk, linebacker-long snapper.* LOS ANGELES RAMS -- Signed Blair Bush, center.
SPORTS
August 16, 1991
BASEBALL American League * Cleveland Indians -- Claimed Jose Gonzalez, outfielder, off waivers from the Pittsburgh Pirates. Optioned Mauro Gozzo, pitcher, to Colorado of the Pacific Coast League.Toronto Blue Jays -- Assigned Cory Snyder, outfielder, to Syracuse of the International League.BASKETBALL National Basketball Association * New Jersey Nets -- Waived Reggie Theus, guard.Continental Basketball Association * Rapid City Thrillers -- Named Trey Schwab trainer-assistant coach.World Basketball League * Dayton Wings -- Signed Kenny Travis, guard.
NEWS
July 22, 2007
Gary & Margaret McMahon of Ellicott City, MD are pleased to announce the marriage of their son, Captain Patrick J. McMahon (USAF) & Jessica L. Collins, daughter of Linda Markegard, Custer, S.D., & Len Collins, Rapid City, S.D. The bride is a graduate of Jacksonville University & is a pilot for Atlantic Southeast Airlines. The groom is a graduate of Loyola High School & Syracuse University & is currently serving in Iraq. Following their April wedding in Rapid City & a honeymoon in Europe, the couple resides in Richmond Hill, Georgia.
TRAVEL
By Tom Uhlenbrock and Tom Uhlenbrock,KNIGHT RIDDER / TRIBUNE | July 31, 2005
This is an all-American road trip, filled with cowboys and Indians, buffalo and prairie dogs, and dreamers foolish enough to think they could homestead on the Badlands or blast four presidential faces into a granite cliff of the Black Hills. Within an hour's drive of Rapid City, in the southwestern corner of South Dakota, are so many national parks, memorials, monuments and forests that five days was not enough time to cover them all, especially with detours at scenic turnouts, historical markers and roadside attractions.
NEWS
By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | May 23, 2004
RAPID CITY, S.D. - The bare-knuckle partisanship that divides Capitol Hill came to this sparsely populated state yesterday, as Sen. Bill Frist of Tennessee, the Republican leader, took the unusual step of campaigning against his Democratic counterpart, Sen. Tom Daschle, on Daschle's home turf. The much-anticipated visit on behalf of John Thune, the Republican former congressman who two years ago lost by just 524 votes to Tim Johnson, South Dakota's other Democratic senator, was to include back-to-back Republican fund-raising dinners and a morning tour of Ellsworth Air Force Base here.
SPORTS
December 28, 1991
BasketballRapid City Thrillers (CBA) -- Traded former Washington Bullets F Ed Horton to the Tulsa Zone, for a 1992 seventh-round draft pick and the rights to former Bullets G Wes Matthews.Sioux Falls Skyforce (CBA) -- Activated G Kurk Lee (Towson State) from injured list.CollegeMinnesota -- Named Jim Wacker (40-58-2 at TCU) football coach.FootballCincinnati Bengals -- Named David Shula coach.Seattle Seahawks -- Coach Chuck Knox resigned.Tampa Bay Buccaneers -- Fired coach Richard Williamson.
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