News for Sunday, July 18, 2010


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WSOP MAIN EVENT: November Nine set

Early Sunday morning in Las Veags, an eclectic group of players from around the world become the final nine alive for the World Series of Poker Main Event's nearly $9 million first-place prize.

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Giants fall to Mets in 10 (EDITS: includes POSEY WATCH)

Buster Posey extends his career-high hitting streak to 12 games in 4-3 loss.

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Columbus romps to SIFL title

Columbus romps by Louisiana, 68-13, to win the SIFL title.

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And the Open's champ name is...

Furman Bisher shares his thoughts on little-know Louis Oosthuizen of South Africa coming out of nowhere this week and winning the British Open.

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TOUR DE FRANCE: It's still a two-man race

Little known Frenchman Christophe Riblon wins Sunday's stage, but the Tour de France is still a two-man race between Andy Schleck and defending champ Alberto Contordor

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Lee County's Billy Manning trained soldiers for combat

A Leesburg farmer was the first full-time command sergeant major of the Georgia National Guard.

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Joiner takes on movie, cancer

Model Christy Bella Joiner is preparing for her first dramatic role in a movie while raising money for cancer research.Ricki Barker, staff writer

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Supply chief balances supply, demand at MCLB

A graduate of Georgia Southwestern State, Michael Williamson has spent nearly 30 years with the Marines as a civil servant.

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Turner Elementary receives new playground equipment

The Dougherty County School System starts installing new playground equipment at four of its elementary schools.Ethan Fowler, education writer

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TOUR DE FRANCE: Armstrong accused of setting up LeMond

Lance Armstong says "it's nonsense" that he paid someone $300,00 to say Greg LeMond used a banned drug.

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Ooh, so Sweet

South Africa's Louis Oosthuisen wins the British Open, running away from the field