I'm down and I'm hurt, but I will do all I can to keep sports alive during this crisis

From the Fringe...


March 17, 2020

Havre Daily News/Colin Thompson

The Bill Vaughey Memorial Tennis Courts lay under a fresh blanket of snow Monday afternoon in Havre. But even had the courts been clear, they would still be empty because spring sports have been suspended until at least April 13.

So, as you can see in the story above, the coronavirus - COVID-19 - has started to wreak havoc with not just the NBA, the NHL, the Masters and March Madness, among so many other things, it's now hitting very close to home.

Obviously, for me, it's like getting hit with a baseball bat from the front and the back. Either way I turn, I can't get away from it.

First of all, sports are my profession. It's my job to write about, cover and report on local sports year-round, and over the years, I think I've been pretty darn good at doing that.

However, I don't live in that same world right now, a...

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