Those are the kinds of little things that they can take to another level, and they did. Vikings did get back to within two in the fourth quarter as Rutledge hit a pair of free throws after a technical foul and Hudson hit a jumper on the ensuing possession, a four point swing that cut the Bees lead to 44 42 with roughly six minutes to go. But an offensive rebound by South led to the first two of his eight fourth quarter free throws, Rose hit a floater in transition after a steal and South hit two more free throws after an offensive rebound to make it 50 42 and Bethel held on from there..
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GSMNP Great Smoky Mountains National Park and Great Smoky Mountains Association (GSMA) were jointly awarded a prestigious national award during the recent Public Lands Alliance annual convention and trade show in Spokane, WA. Park Superintendent Cassius Cash and GSMA Executive Director Laurel Rematore were awarded the Public Lands Partner Award which recognizes an exemplary partnership for its stunning achievement to protect and preserve our country’s public lands and enhance the experiences of visitors and users. The 65 year old partnership was singled out for a variety of successful partnership efforts, including unprecedented quantity and quality of visitor services at America’s most visited national park..
You know, we wrestled with that. Before we ever had a song on the radio or a record deal, it was most of the same guys. It just so happened that when the window of opportunity finally opened and Brother Down hit the airwaves, we were in the first ever hiatus we ever taken.
Bob HoffmasterBob NelsonWade BatesSports On AirKFIZ SportsKFIZ SportsA reenactment of the Fond du Lac based Ron Harvey Orchestra, one of the most popular dance bands in Wisconsin in the 1950s and 1960s, will take the stage at the Music Under the Stars series at Buttermilk Creek Park in Fond du Lac tonight. The tribute orchestra formed and directed by local retired music teacher Bob Shirek, will perform musical selections from the original Ron Harvey library of music. Has been loaned to us by members of Ron family along with other materials used by him, Shirek said.