The Huskies began their second training camp under Chris Petersen on Saturday in high spirits, unburdened by high expectations. They checked off all the boxes you want to see on the first day — energy, pace, organization. But unless Petersen works some magic that only the most hardcore Washington fan is envisioning, this is shaping […]
A contaminated plume of waste water accidentally released from a Colorado gold mine by U.S. environmental agency workers has spread downstream and reached northern New Mexico, officials said on Saturday. Utilities for the New Mexico towns of Aztec and Farmington have shut out river water from their systems to prevent contamination from the plume, which reached the state line between Colorado and New Mexico on Friday, said Michele Truby-Tillen, spokeswoman for the San Juan County, New Mexico, office of emergency management. The spread of the plume into New Mexico represented a new danger for authorities as they seek to control the spill.
When the Tigers’ announced that they were releasing president and general manager Dave Dombrowski from his contract, it forced many of the struggling teams in baseball to reassess their front office structure and wonder if hiring the longtime executive might be beneficial.