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Senior Moments: Crying in the Fire Garden and feeling warmed by the memories

The Fire Garden made me cry. The music misted my eyes as the words slipped from the fire and tumbled down the road to take my hand. I had come light of heart to the Lightscape show at the Los Angeles Arboretum, happy to have found a safe outdoor holiday event. But the unexpected melody…
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How Nathan Hale’s Hazardous Tales children’s book series found its latest female hero of history

Marguerite Higgins faced off with armed Nazi soldiers at the Dachau concentration camp, stared down Gen. Douglas MacArthur and went behind enemy lines all to get a story. Higgins may not be a household name, but she was a trailblazing war correspondent before women were a prescence on the battlefield. A Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, Higgins…
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Game time: Fast facts, odds, injury report and key info for Miami Dolphins (6-7) vs. New York Jets (3-10)

DOLPHINS (6-7) vs. JETS (3-10) Kickoff: 1 p.m., Hard Rock Stadium TV: CBS (Chs: 4 in Miami-Dade/Broward and 12 in Palm Beach); RADIO: WQAM (560 AM), KISS (99.9 FM), WQBA (1140 AM, Spanish) Coaches: Brian Flores is 21-24 in his third season with Dolphins; Robert Saleh is 3-10 in his first season leading the Jets.…
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Zach Wilson can’t afford to be indecisive against blitz-happy Dolphins

MIAMI — Zach Wilson’s first nine games have delivered a roller coaster of emotions for Jets fans. The electric playmaking explosion against the Titans in Week 4 brought overwhelming joy to Gang Green nation. The four-interception debacle against the Patriots in his second career start caused fans to bury their faces in agony. Games against…
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Column: Jaylon Johnson says part of the Chicago Bears locker room is ‘starting to go into the tank.’ Others disagree. Either way, the culture at Halas Hall isn’t what it’s cracked up to be.

If Jaylon Johnson has proven anything in his first two seasons, it’s that he tells the truth as he sees it. Unfortunately, his truth will not resonate well with the Chicago Bears. The team consistently applauds its own culture, so it had to be a little surprised to find out a portion of the roster…
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Giants carry long memories of Cowboys’ postgame punch into Week 15 showdown at MetLife

Evan Engram wouldn’t take the bait. He wouldn’t admit that Sunday is an opportunity for payback on Jayron Kearse, the Cowboys safety who punched Engram in the face after Dallas’ 44-20 win in October. “I’m not looking at it like that,” Engram said this week with a smile. “We’re gonna go out there and play…
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Wide receiver Tetairoa McMillan signs with Arizona, joins Servite brothers

Tetairoa McMillan is sticking with his Servite brothers and heading to Arizona. The five-star wide receiver signed Friday with the Wildcats, who flipped his commitment from Oregon to Tucson in a late, recruiting coup, Friars coach Troy Thomas confirmed Saturday morning. Arizona also signed Servite quarterback Noah Fifita, tight end Keyan Burnett and linebacker Jacob…
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Dave Hyde: The games will go on come hell or high COVID positivity rate

Can we play games on Zoom? Do we rapid test players at halftime? How will sports look in its second matchup with COVID and its viral brothers, Delta and Omicron? Because sports are going on. Come hell or high absentee rate, the games and the billion-dollar businesses are going on. The NFL shifted three games…
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Convicted Fullerton killer dies in apparent prison conflict

A 44-year-old state prison inmate from Fullerton serving 50 years to life for fatally gunning down a 19-year-old changing a tire has died following an apparent conflict with his cellmate, who also died, state officials said. Charles Thomas Ramirez was taken in for medical treatment but died from his injuries at Kern Valley State Prison,…
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All-County Girls Cross Country Team: Canyon’s Emma Hadley is the OC runner of the year

ALL-COUNTY GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY TEAM  RUNNER OF THE YEAR Emma Hadley, Canyon A cross country runner’s goal is to peak at the end of the season when CIF championship meets are on the calendar. Canyon senior Emma Hadley did just that. Hadley was Orange County’s fastest girl at the CIF State Championships, leading the Comanches…
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