That's why the sports page
is the most read section of the paper.
TURN OF HE (SPORTS) PAGE Gone is the local restaurant workers' hangout, the Sports Page
. Although the lower Main location will now be the home of condos (hmmm, will they smell like the infamous Sports Page
chicken wings?), there are strong rumors that the restaurant's owners have a site already picked out more mid-Main.
I suggest putting councillors' letters on the sports page
, then I would never see them.
Rose locations are for sale, but have you heard that Linda Baugh is looking to sell The Sports Page
An announcement on Monday's Community Sports Page
D4 game an incorrect day for the event.
Other awards included: Phonesavanh Viseth, first place, news section front, editorial page (with Jennifer Frederick), sports page
and page one design; Jimmie Earls, first place, editorial writing, story illustration, and honorable mention, news photo; Shay Bapple, first place, in-depth news reporting; Jay Trower, first place, sports column and second place, sports writing; Jacque Henrikson, second place, in-depth news reporting; Maria Kriszt, third place, regular column; Dhimitri Zouia, third place, editorial cartoon; Stephen Seward, second place, story illustration; Trudy Horvath, third place, advertisement; and Jennifer Frederick and Tim Griffin, second place, sports page
Or consider the section of local newspapers consistently ranked as most popular with readers: the sports page
. With hundreds of Web sites providing scores, fan bulletin boards tracking every hint of a trade, and several 24-hour cable channels providing continuous news and highlight clips, sports reporting functions have been entirely preempted.
"Despite the Super Bowl theory's surprisingly strong early record, reading the sports page
now is not making it any easier to read economic tea leaves," Sommers concludes in the May COLLEGE MATHEMATICS JOURNAL.
There is soft science on the front page, hard news in the society columns and bad news on the sports page
; there are alien rhapsodies zooming up the charts and terrifying fashion plagues sweeping across the republic; there are revised dietary laws, new fiscal theologies and fresh icons of celebrity excess - and this stuff needs to be dealt with.
Now a sports page
. What's to become of the Wall Street Journal?
Notices Allott has not featured much in the pre-season plans of boss John Barnes.
Sports Editor Ron Bellamy and the paper's sports staff grabbed second place for best sports page
and best sports page
for Sunday editions.