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We're back with Day 2 of our state tournament preview by taking a look at the teams in Class A.
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STAFF BLOG FAITH FORUM 'Christianity Today' lists stuff Christian hipsters like
"Christianity Today" did a cover story on hipster faith. Along with it, they listed some stuff that Christian hipsters like. Here's some of it.
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EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) — There are only two games left in the Minnesota Vikings’ miserable season and Adrian Peterson is hobbling around with a painful thigh bruise.
With the playoffs out of reach, why risk further injury to the team’s most dynamic player? Why not sit him for the final two weeks and make sure he is ready to go next season?
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Percy Harvin is dealing with another migraine headache.
Harvin didn’t practice Thursday. Interim head coach Leslie Frazier says he hopes Harvin can participate Friday.
MANKATO, Minn. (AP) — The Minnesota Vikings held their final public practice on another hot, humid morning Thursday, giving the fans some free entertainment in the form of a high-intensity workout with a brief scuffle.
Of course, the shoving and shouting between running back Toby Gerhart and defensive end Ray Edwards, followed by a spirited knock-it-off confrontation of Edwards by defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier, didn’t answer any of the big questions marks surrounding the defending NFC North champions.
Keith Morgan Peterson, 49, Jamestown, died Monday, July 19, 2010, at Jamestown Hospital, Jamestown.
Mr. Peterson was born Sept. 19, 1960, at Jamestown, the son of Marvin L. and Shirley (Peake) Peterson.
After four years of pacing the sideline as the Jamestown boys’ basketball team’s head coach, Darin Peterson will now take a seat.
The 2010 West Region Coach of the Year announced his resignation Monday after wrapping up his best season at the helm. Jamestown finished 10-11 overall and fourth in the West Region with an 8-8 region record.
Jamestown High School senior Andrew Peterson has been named to the 2009-10 all-West Region basketball team.
Peterson finished eighth in the West in scoring, averaging 15 points per game and led the region with 42 3-point field goals. He was also third in the league in steals.
Jamestown Implement has announced its new employee of the week and five work anniversaries.
Customer service representative Randy Peterson was named Employee of the Week. In addition to his duties of providing field support for customers, Peterson helped cover equipment deliveries during manpower shortages. He executed the additional duties with excellence and dependability, General Manager Jay Pickrel said.
Jamestown High School’s Brooke Lukach, Andrew Peterson and Chasen Miller, along with Jamestown College’s Katie O’Neill and Kelly Roemmich, were recently selected as the Jamestown Optimist Club’s athletes of the week.
Lukach, a junior gymnast for the Blue Jays, placed in the top four in all four of her events at the Blue/White meet on Jan. 18. Lukach was second on the beam (8.6) and placed second in the all-around competition (34.1).
Peterson, a senior on the Blue Jay basketball team, hit six three-pointers and finished with 24 points in a 72-63 Jamestown victory against Bismarck St. Mary’s.
As a kid growing up in Palestine, Texas, Adrian Peterson idolized the Dallas Cowboys.
A poster of Deion Sanders hung on the wall in his bedroom. He had trading cards of Emmitt Smith. He rejoiced while watching Michael Irvin restore the swagger and success to the team that won three Super Bowls in the 1990s.
The Minnesota Vikings had a league-high eight players named to the Pro Bowl.
Quarterback Brett Favre, running back Adrian Peterson, offensive guard Steve Hutchinson, defensive end Jared Allen and defensive tackle Kevin Williams are all returning to the Pro Bowl this year.
Adrian Peterson’s remarkable ability and accomplishments prompt steady expectations of highlight-reel touchdown runs and 150-yard games.
Given those high standards, Peterson’s season has so far been slightly disappointing — despite 12 touchdowns and 1,103 yards rushing that ranks third in the league. With Minnesota (10-2) winning as the NFL’s second-highest scoring team, perhaps that doesn’t matter much.
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