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Phil White nominated for WOWSA Man of the Year

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copyright the Chronicle November 5, 2014 by Aaron Dentel-Post Phil White, former IROC director who now runs Kingdom Games, is one of 12 people worldwide who have been nominated for the World Open Water Swimming Association (WOWSA) Man of the Year. He’s among m... More »

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Dandelion Run was in memory of Terri Weed

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copyright the Chronicle 5-21-2014 by Bethany M. Dunbar DERBY — Pouring rain early Saturday morning let off in time for a few hundred runners to take to the roadsides at 9 a.m. in the sixth annual Dandelion Run. One relay team was ready for the rain with a kind... More »

Young pitchers and catchers take up yoga

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copyright the Chronicle February 12, 2014 by Richard Creaser NEWPORT — Jay Gonyaw has operated a clinic through the Junior Legion Baseball Program for area pitchers and catchers for the past eight years, first at IROC and now at North Country Union High School... More »

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After IROC: White strives to continue outdoor events

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by Tena Starr NEWPORT — Phil White, lawyer, former county prosecutor, and the man who tried so valiantly to save IROC, has taken on a new venture. Mr. White has started a for-profit company called Kingdom Games to organize and promote outdoor activities such a... More »

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Three-fourths of the region is overweight

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by Tena Starr NEWPORT — About 75 percent of the people in Orleans and northern Essex counties are either overweight or obese.  Thirteen percent of 12- to 19-year-olds are considered obese, as well as 11 percent of kids under five. In the state as a whole, 28 p... More »