Saturday, October 01, 2016
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There are more and more new department stores opening for business around the Las Vegas valley, and with every new store that opens, there are dozens of jobs that comes along with it.   [READ MORE]
MLB Race
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Baseball races   [READ MORE]
Sycamores ready to start the season.   [READ MORE]
Woodward Academy's Mike Solo takes the return solo-- for the touchdown.   [READ MORE]
Evansville's Dylan Meyer to represent U.S. at Australian Masters   [READ MORE]
The first of the only two white baseball players to make the Biloxi Dodgers’ roster says he never felt like an outcast at bat. Former Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College stand-out Cliff Kirkland was the speaker for this week’s “Our Love Affair with Baseball” luncheon in Biloxi. Kirkland shared stories of his time playing shortstop and hitting for a semi-pro team from the Negro Leagues’ Southern Division with the crowd at the Ohr-O’Keefe Museum. He tells News 25 his six years on the Biloxi Dodgers tested his skill and abilities as a player. “Certainly didn’t feel like trailblazers. I wouldn’t want to be characterized as that in any way. It just turned out that way, but it was a great experience. The players welcomed us. The coaches did. I played against a lot of guys whose talents were the same as I had in Division I baseball.” WXXV is a proud sponsor of the “Our Love Affair with Baseball” series at the Ohr-O’Keefe Museum in Biloxi.   [READ MORE]
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