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November 28, 2013

Rick Teverbaugh: Many thanks for many people


But the department can’t function with George and I alone. We need more help. That’s where our correspondents are so invaluable.

At present time, we have four such people, though I would love to have a few more. They are Justin Bates, Travis Whitton, Bill Cross and Jason Haddix.

They are often asked to cover athletic contests that aren’t the ones that are the highest in reader interest, as often those games and events are attended by George and I. But they are still of enough interest to me and the readers to merit using a writer.

This section would be much less complete without their willingness to go out and do this work, more often for the love of the sports and of this work than for the money paid out for that work. They are vital to their survival.

Many thanks to all who help me in this labor of love and to all who read it. Happy Thanksgiving to you all.

Sports Editor Rick Teverbaugh can be reached at: or at (765) 640-4886.

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