Monthly Archives: February 2011

Weekend Wrap-up

The blog needs more staff! We’re falling behind, as Irondale Cam readily points out (and Gretchen Nelson, too).  🙂 [Congratulations again to John Hawkes on his Oscar nomination.  The supervisor actually watched the show just to see if he would … Continue reading

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From the Trumm Files

A various assortment.  From “Hoops v. Cancer” night: The Alexandria Aces: Future dance teams: [A real trooper, she continued the routine absent her “lost” umbrella.] The fans: [“Gimme an ‘A’!”]

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TMTMTOC, MS, IV*

[* This May Take More Than One Column, Maybe Several] [Editor’s note:  I am often asked (OK, a couple of e-mailers on the East coast) what am I doing up at 3:00 am?  Press deadlines!  And access to the supervisor’s … Continue reading

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TMTMTOC, MS, III*

[From the Trumm files, the seniors:  Back, l-r – Alli Haar, Joie Warnes, Lauren Johnson; front, l-r: Brianna Ebert, Sam Trumm, Mo Eigen] Column III, or physical dominance by the Cardinal girl basketballers. After the deer photos, it was off … Continue reading

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TMTMTOC, MS, II*

[* This May Take More Than One Column, Maybe Several] [2nd period face-off in Ridder Arena.] Column II, or the consolation game of the girls state hockey tournament. After the defeat at the hands and skates of the “Marvin Windows … Continue reading

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TMTMTOC, MS*

[* This May Take More Than One Column, Maybe Several – my feeble attempt at twittering, or is it tweeting?] Where do we begin? We have several games and assorted other fun and legal things to cover. (And I have … Continue reading

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Senior Shovelers Rock!

Like a well oiled machine, the supervisor & I, honed by many performances this season, brought the dreaded 50-yard long driveway to its knees in we believe less than an hour and a half this morning. The 243rd blizzard of … Continue reading

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