June 15, 2021

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Heflin making most of surprisingly long Tennessee career


When people call you “Big Game Will” and your team loses a big game, it stings.

That’s the feeling Will Heflin had for much of the past week.

Heflin blamed himself — and erroneously so, according to his coaches and teammates — for coming up short in No. 2 Tennessee’s SEC Championship Game loss to No. 1 Arkansas on May 30 in Hoover, Ala.

That game was Heflin’s second start in four days, and he did a reasonable job containing arguably the most relentless offense in college baseball, especially considering the circumstances. He allowed

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Three-sport coach, administrator Dave Breitbach says goodbye to long career at Baker | High School

BILLINGS — Dave Breitbach didn’t follow a specific blueprint toward his distinguished career at Baker High School.

After graduating from Baker in 1975 and spending four years playing college football for legendary coach Hank Biesiot at Dickinson State in North Dakota, Breitbach embarked on a stint as a permit agent in the seismic industry securing land contracts in the Rocky Mountain and Great Plains regions.

“Great money,” he said. “Probably twice what I got paid for teaching. But I always kept coming back wanting to coach and be around kids.”

You can’t put a price tag on the 36 years

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Husker SWA Logsdon to Complete Long Nebraska Career

Nebraska Deputy Athletic Director-Senior Woman Administrator Pat Logsdon will put the finishing touches on a more than four-decade career in collegiate athletics later this summer, when she officially retires on Aug. 2.

Logsdon, who has served in a variety of roles during her 42-year career as a Husker, has been Nebraska’s Senior Woman Administrator since 2008. She acts as a liaison between Nebraska Athletics and the NCAA and Big Ten Conference, while also representing the Huskers on the Big Ten Sports Management Committee. 

“It has been an honor to serve the Nebraska Athletic Department and

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City Court Clerk Ron Swafford Retiring After Long Public Service Career

Ron Swafford announced Wednesday that he is retiring after a long career that included Juvenile Court Clerk, City Human Services Department director, City Council member and, for the past eight years, City Court Clerk.

It will be up to new mayor Tim Kelly to appoint his successor at City Court.

Mr. Swafford started his career at the Hamilton County Juvenile Court in 1978. He served in many roles there and alongside three Juvenile Court Judges and many magistrates. His final 12 years he was the elected Juvenile Court Clerk.

He was elected to the Chattanooga City Council, District 5, in

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Long Island college student doused with acid in assault

A 21-year-old Long Island woman was assaulted by a suspect who doused her with acid on her own driveway in a disturbing incident her family claims was a “planned attack.”

Nafiah Ikram was left severely burned and nearly blind in the appalling March 17 Elmont attack. Her father, Sheikh Ikram, 50, said Nafiah was targeted on her way home from work.

“No it’s not a random attack, it’s a planned attack,” Ikram told The Post Wednesday night.

“If it was a random attack, why did … they waited for her to come home,” Ikram said, adding the suspect could have

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Suspect wanted after dousing college student with hazardous substance on Long Island

A manhunt is underway on Long Island for a suspect who doused a hazardous substance on a college student one month ago.

Manhunt underway for suspect who doused student with hazardous substance

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“My advice is to surrender yourself now because we’re gonna get you, we’re coming for you,” Nassau County Police Commissioner Patrick Ryder said.

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The commissioner had a stern message for the man seen in surveillance video committing an unthinkable, heinous act, when he threw some kind of hazardous, corrosive liquid on Nafiah Ikram’s face, which left her badly scarred.

Police are

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