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Tensions rise over coyote hunting contests in Wyoming

Coyote hunting has been a part of society in the American West for decades, becoming a pastime in a region where the closest professional or college sports teams are a day’s journey away. Though state lawmakers protect these competitions, events are clouded in secrecy to avoid conflict with wildlife rights activists who hope to put an end to the bloodshed.

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After yearlong delay, fencer Alexander Massialas set to be three-time Olympian in Tokyo

Fencer Alexander Massialis, 26, is hoping for the gold in this year’s Tokyo Olympics. Uncertainty has surrounded the Tokyo Games since the coronavirus pandemic forced the event to be delayed by a year. While foreign spectators won’t be allowed, the Games is currently set for July 23 to August 8, 2021.

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Oregon’s President says that the decision to bring back college sports “has nothing to do with money”. This student-athlete disagrees.

Last month, the Pac-12 CEO group unanimously voted to reverse the August 11 decision to postpone a fall sports season to 2021 – just 45 days after the Pac-12 released a 12-page document it was not safe to do so.

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As sports journalism landscape shifts, reporter Howard Herman keeps his footing in local news

For over 32 years, Howard Herman has interviewed sports talent ranging from high school standouts to rising professional baseball stars for the Berkshire Eagle. And as the sports media landscape has morphed to favor massive sports sites like The Athletic or Bleacher Report, Herman’s laser focus on the local makes him a unique source for a region’s sports news.

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Connor Letourneau aims to set himself apart as SF Chronicle’s Warriors beat writer

Being the Golden State Warriors beat writer for the San Francisco Chronicle is a responsibility Connor Letourneau doesn’t take lightly. He often brings his laptop to a bar when he goes out to meet friends and has left many social events early to cover a breaking news story. Letourneau treats every day like Game 7 of the NBA Finals.

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