Some folks might try to convince you that health and fitness are topics that don't much concern bowlers.
This is the beginning of my favorite time of year for fishing.
The late, great Cubs announcer Harry Carey was known for his simple trademark cry, “Holy Cow!” That’s pretty close to the exact words I uttered last week when I first saw the final scores from Tuesday night’s Fellowship League.
My two sons and I were having a much overdo…
Well it’s the beginning of October and that means that striper are finally in season but the weather is still warm and they won’t be in the usual haunts like they are in the middle of the winter.
Back in March of this year, a fair population of Seniors from across the Albemarle Area came through Albemarle Lanes to participate in the annual local Senior Games.
There were three categories; singles, doubles, and mixed doubles, with each of these categories awarding gold, silver, and bronze medals to its top three finishers per age divisions.
The summer is slowly coming to an end and the water temps are beginning to fall which means to me that it is time to break out all of my top water baits and go fishing for largemouth.
During my time in education, I spent what seemed like countless hours, no years, in professional development focusing on, of all things, teamwork.
Lucky for us the hurricane decided to stay south but we did see some affects with the rising water in our rivers and creeks.
Most Americans are familiar with the game of ten pin bowling, which is the most common bowling game in the United States, but were you aware that several other variations of the game of bowling can be found across the North American continent?
With the weather bearing down on us this week we have to first think safety so I thought I would talk a little about what it is like fishing after the storms pass.