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Ouachita Parish Schools Superintendent Don Coker said the building is on fire, and they're trying to keep people away from the structure for safety.

          Firefighters on scene at Boley Elementary School in West Monroe      Comment   Translate Page      
Fire reported at Boley Elementary School in West Monroe

          Grip on Sports: Winning the Erving Award was just another of Hachimura's amazing feats for Gonzaga      Comment   Translate Page      

A GRIP ON SPORTS • Awards are always quite interesting, from who wins them to what they represent. But there was an interesting twist to Rui Hachimura’s winning the Julius Erving Award last night. Read on.


• Holding a ceremony to hand out college basketball awards is a recent phenomenon, something that has grown out of the proliferation of awards and ESPN’s desire to televise them.

Each position on a basketball team now how its own named award, from the Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Award for the best center to the Bob Cousy Award for best point guard.

College basketball glitterati gather in Los Angeles and hold a mini-version of the Academy Awards, complete with the red carpet. And the acceptance speeches.

The award for best small forward, a position that can be manned by someone who is cat-quick, a lethal shooter and often draws the opponent’s best player while defending, was named for Dr. J, Julius Erving, whose college career consisted of two years at U Mass – back when that was an unusual occurrence.

But we all remember his swooping drives and his impressive dunks from his NBA days.

This year’s winner: The Zags’ Hachimura.

The award is, at the same time, well-deserved and out of place. Or should we say out of position?

Hachimura deserved one of college hoops’ awards this season. He was the offensive engine of the best offense in college basketball. He led the Zags in scoring, averaging 19.7 points per game, though he was north of 20 for most of the season. He was also the guy they looked to when needing a key hoop and he delivered much of the year.

A consensus All-American, he was the best offensive player on one of the most successful Gonzaga teams ever. Winning a national award seems appropriate.

But should it have been this one?

Hachimura played less than one full game, combined, at the small forward position for the Bulldogs. That wasn’t his spot. He was Gonzaga’s power forward, a “4” in modern parlance. A big who roamed out to the 3-point line on occasion, but was a post – either high or low – in most offensive possessions.

The Zags had plans to play Hachimura more at the “3” spot, or small forward, but Killian Tillie’s injuries submarined those ideas. Instead, Hachimura started the season inside, Corey Kispert, an excellent outside shooter, became the “3” and the offense took off.

When Tillie returned from his two injury stints, Hachimura, Brandon Clarke and Tillie did appear on the court together off and on. But never for long stretches and for less than an entire game, combined. And yet the nice people who decide on college basketball’s awards decided Hachimura was the best at the position.

He may not have been the best small forward in the nation, but he was one of the best players and deserved to be recognized as such. He was.


WSU: New basketball coach Kyle Smith has added an assistant coach, one who used to be on the bench at Washington. … The baseball team has still not won a conference game, falling 21-3 at home to Oregon yesterday. … Mike Leach talked on a Portland radio station yesterday. … Elsewhere in the Pac-12, there is football news from Washington, Colorado and Utah and basketball news, in the shape of players leaving for the pro ranks, from USC, Washington, Oregon and Arizona.

Gonzaga: For more on Hachimura’s award, we can point you to Jim Meehan’s story. Josh Perkin was also up for the Cousy Award for the nation’s top point guard, but did not win. … Larry Weir takes a look at the transfer market in college basketball in the latest Press Box pod.

Idaho: Chris Tormey has spent a half-century or so coaching football. He did it well enough in Moscow to be headed to Idaho’s Hall of Fame. Peter Harriman talked with Chris and has this story. … Peter also has a feature on two walk-ons who are contributing mightily to the Vandals cause this spring.

Chiefs: Facing elimination, Everett scored early and went on to a 4-1 win over Spokane in the Arena. Kevin Dudley was there and has this game story. Colin Mulvany has the photo report.

Preps: In a typical busy Friday in April, we can pass along roundups from soccer, softball and baseball.

Mariners: The winning streak is over, done in by all things a bunch of home runs. Well, two Houston grand slams. … Starter Wade LeBlanc left with an injury and the bullpen, which is constantly going to be rebuilt, couldn’t do the job. Help for the rotation may arrive soon. … The M’s did hit another home run to extend their record streak. … Gene Warnick has the usual Out of Right Field summary.

Seahawks: Seattle made a couple minor roster moves yesterday.

Sounders: Seattle and Toronto are once again the MLS' two best teams.


• We probably won’t be here tomorrow. Need a day off. But we might, if we wake up early enough and feel we can get this feature done before we have to be out and about. We’ll send out a tweet if we do. If not, see you Monday, when maybe, we’ll be chatting about Tiger Woods’ 15th major title. Until later …

          Grip on Sports: Golf has changed its look over the years and that's a good thing      Comment   Translate Page      

A GRIP ON SPORTS • Most professional football players don’t look like average folks. Neither do professional basketball players. Or, even, folks in the major leagues. But pro golfers. Now that’s an eclectic group. Read on.


• Golf once was the purview of the rich and, well, rich. Still is, for the most part, though the non-country-club crowd has taken over the sport in the play-for-fun ranks.

It’s at the top level where egalitarianism has really taken over, though. At least outwardly.

The thought expressed above hit me yesterday afternoon as I watched the final hours of the Masters’ first day.

The guys on top were a diverse-looking group. Oh sure, white Americans still dominate, even decades after Tiger Woods changed the face of golf, but we’re talking body types here. Just about any boy (or girl, for that matter) can become a successful golfer. You don’t have to be 6-foot-4 or really fast or really well built. All athletic builds, all body types, all everything are welcome.

Not everyone can look like Brooks Koepka, sure. He seems more suited to playing outside linebacker for the Jets than hitting a wedge shot to 3-feet, but his physique, as admirable as it is, is not the only one needed to be atop the leaderboard.

(As an aside, Koepka, who went to bed tied atop the leaderboard after shooting a 66, has won three of the last six majors he’s been physically capable of playing. That’s Tiger-like, for sure, but don’t give me this baloney about being underappreciated. He’s so “underappreciated,” Jim Nantz spent a half-hour or so talking about how no one ever talks about him.)

Bryson DeChambeau is tied with Koepka and he doesn’t look as if he could be the Jets’ ticket guy, let alone play pro football. He actually looks – and talks – like a guy the Dodgers would hire to figure out the co-efficiency of spin rate and how it relates to left-handed hitters. And his swing looks like the one Uncle George used to use when playing back in 1966. It’s just a bit more successful.

Phil Mickelson is also near the top of the leaderboard and though his swing is smoother, he just looks like Uncle George, if Uncle George was related to one of the Walt Disney cartoon characters. C’mon, admit it. Phil has always sort of reminded you of Goofy, but in a nice way. He seems like a fun guy who would say “aw, shucks” a lot.

Appearances, as they say, can be deceiving. Phil is known as a gambler’s gambler – as well as having a competitive streak as wide as the second fairway. He may not look all that athletic – outwardly he seems best suited to run the Jets’ P.R. department – but he is.

However, there was one player near the lead yesterday that reflected my build more than any other.

Kiradech Aphibarnrat is 5-foot-8. He weighs, well, more than he probably should. (Who among us doesn’t feel that way ?) And he hits the golf ball a long ways. And accurately. He’s from Thailand, but he seems a lot like the guy you played with last weekend at Downriver. Except, you know, he actually hits greens and makes putts.

He’s won four European tournaments in his career. He’s been a fixture in majors recently. And he shot a 3-under 69 at Augusta yesterday. All the while looking more like Engelberg from The Bad News Bears than, well, Brooks Koepka.

And that’s what so impressive about golf at the highest level.

Koepka is a chiseled 6-foot, 190 pounds. Mickelson is a softer 6-3. DeChambeau fits in somewhere between. But size really doesn’t matter on the course. Francesco Molinari, who won the British Open last year, is 5-8 and less than 160, but he can shoot under par as easily as a guy who towers over him.

When I was young, my dad watched me run and told me, if I ever wanted to be a professional baseball player, I would have to be a catcher. That’s the only spot someone as slow as I was could have a chance.

He was wrong. There was no position that I was suited to play. Golf, on the other hand, doesn’t care if you can run a sub-5 40. Or can lift a Ponderosa pine over your head. It’s about making a little round ball go where you want it to, consistently. Just about anyone, of any build, can work hard enough to be successful at it.

The leaderboard yesterday at Augusta drove that point home like one of Koepka’s 5-irons.


WSU: After a few days of quiet in Pullman (except for the weather), it poured news Thursday. Theo has stories ranging from basketball – one of Ernie Kent’s recruits decided he didn’t want to play for Kyle Smith – to football recruiting – an Arizona high school offensive lineman committed – to spring football practice – the Rush linebacker spot seems to have been claimed. … He also has videos from after practice, from Mike Leach to Eric Mele, from players Ron Stone Jr. to Kassidy Woods. … Elsewhere in the Pac-12 football, Washington has quite a few openings to fill in its secondary. … Arizona seemingly has filled a spot there. … Oregon’s newest receiver has a lot of experience. … UCLA’s spring game looms after 11 practices. … A grad transfer should help Utah’s defense. … Colorado's kicking game should be fine. … The conference’s basketball prospects will have to overcome the loss of Stanford’s best player to the pro ranks. … Utah is losing an assistant coach. … Arizona will too, but because it wants to. … Not only is Bobby Hurley probably not leaving for St. John’s, he may sign an extension. … Mick Cronin is learning his way around UCLA. … Washington should still be a contender next season.

Gonzaga: The Zags are in the transfer market again and are one of seven schools under consideration for shooting guard David Jenkins Jr. Jim Meehan has more in this story. … Zykera Rice has been invited to the Seattle Storm’s training camp. … Around the WCC, not only is new BYU coach Mark Pope looking at his former assistants, he may pick up a transfer from his old school.

Idaho: There were a lot of women who played sports collegiately before Title IX tried to even the playing field (my older sister pitched at UCLA in the mid-1960s, when the Bruins played junior colleges more often than not). John Blanchette has the story of one swimmer, Nancy Monroe, who came to Moscow not knowing what she was getting into but left a Hall of Famer. Or will be soon.

CCS: The Sasquatch have a pitcher who will be a trailblazer for Boise State. Ryan Collingwood has more on Reed Harrington in this college baseball notebook.

Chiefs: Eli Zummack has been on fire for Spokane. Dan Thompson introduces you to the 18-year-old who has helped the Chiefs win one series and lead 3-0 in the next.

Preps: Another busy day in the high school sports world, with roundups from softball, tennis, baseball and soccer. … Dave Nichols chats with Larry Weir for the Press Box pod.

Mariners: The M's have homered in all 15 games this season, a Major League record. They are 13-2, which is unexpected, just like yesterday's 7-6 win at Kansas City. And they seem to be having fun. … Gene Warnick has his Out of Right Field summary of the victory.


• Golf isn’t for everyone, that’s for sure. It’s hard for an inner-city kid to be introduced to the sport let alone find a place to practice. But once on the course, it’s pretty simple. If you are better at it than your peers, you play and you win. The golf ball doesn’t know who hit it. Doesn’t care. That’s one of the beauties of the sport. Until later …

          Update: Entergy is 'all hands on deck' to restore power to thousands in NELA      Comment   Translate Page      
Early morning storms dropped large amounts of hail and toppled trees across multiple parishes in northeast Louisiana on Saturday.

          List: Roads across NELA closed due to flooding      Comment   Translate Page      
This list will be updated as new information is provided.

          Coker: Boley Elementary fire caused 'total destruction'      Comment   Translate Page      
Ouachita Parish Schools Superintendent Don Coker said the building is effectively destroyed, he'll be contacting parents after meeting tomorrow.

          13 year old drowns in Bawcomville drainage canal      Comment   Translate Page      
This story will be updated as additional information becomes available.

          Video: OPSO spokesperson confirms drowning death of juvenile      Comment   Translate Page      
OPSO spokesperson Glenn Springfield confirms drowning death of juvenile.

          Rescue volunteers find remains of a male teen at Silver Lake      Comment   Translate Page      
The remains of a teenage male were found in Silver Lake.

          Two inmates die in an apparent suicide at the Washoe County jail in 24 hours      Comment   Translate Page      
The Washoe County Regional Medical Examiner's Office is investigating the cause of death.

          Is it time to turn on sprinklers? Depends on where you live      Comment   Translate Page      
Get ready for a beautiful spring day Saturday with highs in the upper 60s and low 70s with light winds.

          Reno-Tahoe on the way to a beautiful weekend      Comment   Translate Page      
Reno-Tahoe on the way to a beautiful weekend

          FBI: Reno man arrested in connection to child sex trafficking group      Comment   Translate Page      
The 26-year-old man could face additional charges, according to the FBI.

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Your choice to financially support's journalism helps hold government officials accountable and tell the stories that change lives in Nevada.

          Tahoe-area man acquitted of child abuse charge      Comment   Translate Page      
Attorney says investigation into Nicholas Lightfoot was incomplete; acquittal came after three-day trial

          Sparks man sentenced for posing as a teen to coerce a 12-year-old girl to send sex videos      Comment   Translate Page      
Investigators found a total of 560 images and 92 videos of child pornography on the man's electronic devices.

          NHP: Reno man hit, killed in crash had wandered on I-580 from the street      Comment   Translate Page      
NHP says 61-year-old Francisco Tolentino was walking on I-580 when he was hit.

          Good news, Dawn Patrol fans! Great Reno Balloon Race adds show to Friday lineup this year      Comment   Translate Page      
“Year-after-year, fans rise early to experience the magic of the event and the addition of the third day of Dawn Patrol is a way to thank our fans.”

          South Lake Tahoe police arrest 2 women linked to rash of car burglaries at gyms      Comment   Translate Page      
Authorities said they believe the women burglarized at least six vehicles within a span of 13 hours.

          WCSD confirms school bus crash, no injuries      Comment   Translate Page      
A few children were inside the bus, but no injuries were reported.

          Woman arrested on DUI charge after ramming boyfriend's SUV in a hit and run      Comment   Translate Page      
The driver in the blue Honda SUV was taken to Renown Regional Medical Center and was listed in critical condition.

          At new Sparks Marina development, 2-bedrooms are $2,900 a month      Comment   Translate Page      
Waterfront at the Marina Apartments overlooking Sparks Marina is asking some of the highest rents ever in the city.

          Star Wars Celebration: 'Fallen Order' takes gamers to dark times for the Jedi      Comment   Translate Page      
The new video game 'Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order' explores dark times in the galaxy far, far away, with a main character on the run from the Empire.

          Section V baseball: Eight storylines for 2019      Comment   Translate Page      
Section V baseball: Eight storylines for 2019Section V’s baseball tournaments are one-game elimination events. The winner is moving on, while the losing team is out. That fact can add drama to the high school postseason. Monroe County league teams in Division 1 have excitement sprinkled into their seasons long before sectionals however, during a race for the division title. “There are...
          Molinari leads Masters, Tiger ‘lurking with intent’      Comment   Translate Page      
Tee times for Sunday's final pushed to early in the morning in an attempt to beat severe weather.

          Man serving 175-year sentence for rape dies in prison      Comment   Translate Page      
South Dakota corrections officials say a state prison inmate serving 175 years for raping a girl has died.

          Sioux Valley Energy: More than 100 employees working to restore power      Comment   Translate Page      
Sioux Valley Energy says it will have more than 100 employees working on Sunday to restore power to the 4,600 customers still without it after this week's winter storm.

          Looking Back: Argus Leader columnist Gabe Caffrey left legacy of wit in newspaper      Comment   Translate Page      
Gabe Caffrey went into the newspaper business with a good sense of humor and, through practice and study, learned to craft his words with an unparalleled mastery.

          Child attack suspect had previous Mall of America arrests      Comment   Translate Page      
Police said Emmanuel Deshawn Aranda, of Minneapolis, was being held on suspicion of attempted homicide.

          Fresh-cut melon recalled for salmonella risk; retailers including Target, Walmart impacted      Comment   Translate Page      
The fruit was destined for select locations of several major retailers, including Kroger, Walmart, Trader Joes, Target and Whole Foods.

          Fishermen find body on island in Susquehanna River, police say      Comment   Translate Page      
The badly decomposed body could not immediately be identified.

          Penn State football: Unlikely receiver earns his scholarship and maybe much more      Comment   Translate Page      
Who knew of Penn State's Dan Chisena before this spring? The speedy receiver maybe did more than just earn his scholarship.

          Penn State football: Micah Parsons brings the crowd for the Blue-White Game      Comment   Translate Page      
Penn State's up-and-coming star linebacker brought in the largest line for fan autographs before the Blue-White Game.

          Penn State football: No Tommy Stevens, no closer to quarterback answers after Blue-White      Comment   Translate Page      
Penn State's fifth-year senior quarterback did not play in the Blue-White Game. That left the day to younger backups and few answers.

          Many residents see casino project near Pa. Turnpike as 'deal with devil'      Comment   Translate Page      
Officials believe casino would bring more than 60 percent of current budget.

          An apparent stranger threw a 5-year-old boy nearly 40 feet from a mall balcony, police say      Comment   Translate Page      
Emmanuel Deshawn Aranda, 24, of Minneapolis, was arrested after the attack and has been jailed on a suspicion of attempted homicide charge.

          'SNL' shines spotlight on K-pop sensation BTS, group to perform at Billboard Music Awards      Comment   Translate Page      
It was hard to miss the excitement that was K-pop sensation BTS' "Saturday Night Live" appearance.

          College roundup: Louisiana Tech baseball's win streak hits 10      Comment   Translate Page      
ULM drops one game at Appalachian State, second suspended with Warhawks in the lead.

          Missouri evens series against No. 8 LSU in SEC play      Comment   Translate Page      
Left-hander TJ Sikkema struck out 10 and allowed one run on three hits over seven innings to lift Missouri to a 4-1 win over eighth-ranked LSU.

          An apparent stranger threw a 5-year-old boy nearly 40 feet from a mall balcony, police say      Comment   Translate Page      
Emmanuel Deshawn Aranda, 24, of Minneapolis, was arrested after the attack and has been jailed on a suspicion of attempted homicide charge.

          Marisa Richmond To Receive Fan Fair's Virginia Prince Transgender Pioneer Award!       Comment   Translate Page      
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"While I may be the first African-American trans person honored with this Virginia Prince Transgender Pioneer Award, I emphatically believe I won't be the last one to be so honored. 

We have some people who have been and still are trailblazing African-American leaders such as Marisa Richmond, Kylar Broadus, Dawn Wilson, Miss Major and Louis Mitchell just to name a few who could have easily been standing here today instead of me."
Monica Roberts, Virginia Price Transgender Pioneer Award Acceptance Speech 
October, 2015 

In 2015 I became the first African American trans person to receive the Virginia Prince Transgender Pioneer Award from Fantasia Fair as Marisa Richmond congratulated me for doing so.

Now, four years later, Marisa Richmond will become the second African American trans person to win this prestigious award when Fantasia Fair kicks off in Provincetown. MA October 20-27.

And I couldn't be happier for her.   She has been blazing trails on our movement since 1992, and I'm pleased and proud to call her a friend.

In 1992 she founded the Tennessee Vals gender group that is still in existence.  She was board member not only of NTAC but NCTE.   She founded the Tennessee Transgender Political Coalition.  In 2008 she became the first African American trans delegate to the Democratic National Convention.  In 2008 she also became the first openly trans person to win an election in Tennessee when she was elected to the executive committee of the Davidson County Executive Committee. 

Marisa was also the 2016 Democratic National Convention's official timekeeper
She is also a sought after speaker on trans issues in addition to being a college history professor

Congratulations Marisa!   It's well deserved, and hopefully I can get to FanFair 2019 and be in the room when she accepts her award

          'Star Wars' films will 'take a pause' after 'Rise of Skywalker,' 'Thrones' creators next      Comment   Translate Page      
'Star Wars' films will 'take a pause' after the release of 'The Rise of Skywalker,' with 'Game of Thrones' creators next up to create a movie series.

          Captured on video: Tornado in downtown Vicksburg      Comment   Translate Page      
A Vicksburg business, Key City Brewery posted video of the approaching storm and caught a funnel cloud extending from the system to the ground.

          OPSO: Person found in submerged vehicle in Calhoun floodwaters      Comment   Translate Page      
A person died inside their vehicle in floodwaters in Calhoun.

          Identity of 13 year old drowning victim released      Comment   Translate Page      
This story will be updated as additional information becomes available.

          SC inmate’s baby died in toilet: Lawsuits allege rampant medical neglect in prisons      Comment   Translate Page
While serving her more than two-year sentence, a woman lost one of her twins, who drowned in a toilet after prison guards refused to help
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          Police agencies in South Dakota struggle to recruit, retain officers      Comment   Translate Page      
Law enforcement agencies across South Dakota and the nation are struggling to find enough qualified people to serve as police officers

          Two hurt when vehicle hits tree in Nelson Park      Comment   Translate Page      
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