Community Corner by JR Ogden

Iowa City once hosted its own ‘Masters’

Editor’s note: This is a continuing series of Eastern Iowa sports history “Time Machine” articles. Mark Dukes worked at The Ga ... »

It’s time to go bowling

Editor’s note: Lane Lafler is a director the Cedar Rapids USBC Bowling Association Board.

By Lane Lafler, community contributor

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Finding and fixing Carpal tunnel syndrome

Editor’s note: Cody Scharf owns Thrive Spine and Sport, a chiropractic and soft tissue clinic in Cedar Rapids focusing on sport and overuse ... »

Golf tip: Ball below and ball above

Editor’s note: Steve Charters is in his 13th year as a pro at Twin Pines Golf Course. Born and raised in Ced ... »

C.R. Sizzlers are granny basketball champs

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The Cedar Rapids Sizzlers granny basketball team has done it again.

The Sizzlers, who won their third straight stat ... »

Remembering ‘Herk’

CEDAR RAPIDS — The name Herkelman cannot be spoken at Kennedy High School without heads being turned or stories being shared.

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Podcast: Talking Cedar Rapids Xavier football

High school intern Jacob Miller talks Cedar Rapids Xavier football with Saints captain Daniel Richardson on today’s High School Journalism p ... »

From youth tennis standout to state champion

Editor’s note: Randy Krejci, a retired teacher, coach and administrator in the Cedar Rapids Community School District, remains active in loc ... »

Flemings tops in tennis

To know you are the best in the nation at what you do, is something that everybody dreams about.

B.J. and Heather Fleming of Robins ma ... »

Athletes often make costly decisions

Athletes can be a big gamble for any professional organization.

Teams never know what kind of character they are going to get.

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C.R. Reds win 8U World Series title


DES MOINES — The Cedar Rapids 8U Reds baseball team accomplished its final goal of the 2015 season ... »

Benefits outweigh negatives in AAU basketball

For many athletes, summer is a time for a break. A time where you can have no responsibilities.

Some just go out, and have fun.

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Armstrong’s dominated short-lived 14-inch slow-pitch game

Editor’s note: Bill Johnson is a Cedar Rapids historian who spent 30 years working for the U.S. Navy. This is the last of a five-part series ... »

Slow-pitch evolves in C.R.

Editor’s note: Bill Johnson is a Cedar Rapids historian who spent 30 years working for the U.S. Navy. This is the fourth of a five-part seri ... »

Anamosa senior duo pace Raiders

ANAMOSA — Growing up, Anamosa seniors Tawny Menster and Karli Oltmanns had plenty of classmates on their softball teams.

Now, t ... »