Running races

Ruth Croft, the ice queen of ultra-running

Cloakroom Phenomenal Kiwi trail runner Ruth Croft reveals the tips for surviving her first 100 mile run in scorching conditions and being the second woman home. As Ruth Croft moved through the scorching heat of the canyon depths of California’s Gold Country, she tinkled like a reindeer. The famed ultralight …

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Dow on the move; primary becomes interesting | Editorials

Republican State Representative Rebecca Dow has announced she will run for governor, and her candidacy gives Republicans the opportunity to remember their roots – conservative values, fiscal prudence, and common sense – while at the same time moving the party away from the Trumpian poison that threatens to strangle the …

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Giants A native waterfall running in despair

Andrew Vitek has driven cars across the country and around the world. The aborigines of Wyoming County never drove at least the highly competitive East Northampton Street. Vitek will add the East Northampton Street Course to the list of places he has raced in his professional career when he attends …

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A windy and happy start for Menantic Yacht Club

Part of the Menantic Yacht Club fleet sailing towards the windward mark on Sunday June 27. (Credit: Betsy Colby) The long-range weather forecast for last Sunday called for cloudy to partly sunny conditions with a wind blowing between 10 and 20 knots. Sailors love the wind and Mother Nature did …

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Obituary: Dr Ronald E. McCall

Dr Ronald E. McCall SANFORD – Dr. Ronald E. McCall, 79, of Sanford, passed away at home on June 25, 2021. Son of Chester Eugene and Anna McCall, he was born on December 7, 1941 and raised in Montoursville, Pennsylvania. 1963 he graduated from Penn State where he became a …

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