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SEATTLE — The late Los Angeles Rams and Washington NFL coach George Allen is credited with coining the phrase, “The future is now.” The Seahawks’ audacious trade Saturday to acquire safety Jamal Adams is an…

COLONY — Athletes come in all shapes and sizes — Theo Church is no different.  Theo was born with Caudal Regression syndrome, a spinal disorder that impairs the development of the lower half of the…

CHANUTE — Down, but not out — the A Iola Indians never seem to quit. Trailing by seven in the final inning, the Indians rallied for seven runs to complete the sweep over Chanute in…

CLEVELAND (AP) — Before the Cleveland Indians make a definitive decision on changing their name, they’ll listen to those they may have most offended over the past 105 years. Owner Paul Dolan said the team…

The Royals’ current reality and, by extension, their future, is full of problems. The good news — some are good problems. The bad news — many are bad problems. Good problem: Brady Singer has been,…

The Kansas Board of Education’s decision Wednesday to not endorse Gov. Laura Kelly’s request to open schools after Labor Day, will have an impact on how the Kansas State High School Athletics Association (KSHSAA) will…

Wednesday’s Results Jr. Bitty Ball Iola Register 14 A&W Restaurant 0  Hits for Register: L. Iliamaleota, 3 1b, 1 2b; J. Wilson, 2 1b, 1 2b; R. Smith, 2 1b; K. Hufferd, 3 1b; J.…

HUMBOLDT — It took late-game drama, but the A Iola Indians were successful in snapping their three-game losing streak on Tuesday against the Montgomery County Cardinals.  Iola dropped both of its games on Saturday against…

Tuesday’s Results Bitty Ball Iola  Pharmacy 21 Piqua State Bank 3 Hits for Pharmacy: M. Franklin, 1 1b, 1 2b, 2 HR; R. Hall, 3 1b, 1 2b; K. Woods, 4 1b; C. Coffield, 4…

In seven weeks, the NFL expects to kick off its 101st season with the Super Bowl champion Chiefs hosting Houston. Emphasis on expects. Still set on conducting a somewhat normal training camp, though without any…