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  • Park to Install New Playground Equipment

    by Cheryl McCormack August 2018

    Mandan's William Bauknecht Park is set to receive a new playground, which will replace equipment that dates back to 1996.

  • Vandals Deface Pickleball Courts —— Again

    by Brenden Moore August 2018

    For the second time in less than a month, Springfield Park District police are investigating obscene vandalism at Iles Park's pickleball courts. The spray-painting of lewd comments and an obscene drawing occurred between 11 p.m. Monday and 7 a.m. Tuesday and caused about $5,000 in damage to the courts, said Springfield Park District Police Chief Laimutis “Limey” Nargelenas.

  • County Reopens Turf Fields After Repairs

    by Joe Hotchkiss August 2018

    Columbia County reopened part of Evans Towne Center Park last week after weeks of repairing turf damage caused during a Memorial Day weekend concert.

  • RV Park Gives Clemson Fans New Camp, Tailgate Spot

    by Abe Hardesty August 2018

    Scott Walsh, a longtime fan of camping and Clemson football, was looking forward to enjoying two of his favorite activities when he followed the Tigers to Auburn a few years ago.

  • Officials Investigate Defaced HS Football Field

    by Jason Scott July 2018

    An Idaho school district is investigating a case of vandalism that left a football field defaced with offensive images.

  • Frequently Asked Questions About RFPs for LED Sports Lighting (Sponsored)

    by Eaton's Ephesus Sports Lighting July 2018

    This sponsored content was provided by Eaton's Ephesus Lighting. What is sponsored content?

    One of the most important recent innovations at sports facilities has been the advent of LED sports lighting. A functional product for 50 years was revolutionized with unimaginable controllability and performance. Unfortunately, many people involved in the RFP process of converting to LED don’t consider the differences between high intensity discharge (HID) and LED lighting. The result is a broken RFP process that often favors tradition over technology.

  • CrossFit Games to Stay in Madison Through 2021

    by Andy Berg June 2018

    Elite CrossFit athletes have a special place in their hearts for the Midwest, and it now looks like they'll be competing there for years to come.

  • Product Spotlight 2018: Building Systems & Shade Structures

    by Courtney Cameron June 2018

    Check out these products as seen in the June 2018 issue.

  • New Projects: Paso Robles Aquatic Complex | OSU Baseball Stadium | Viking Pavilion

    by Courtney Cameron June 2018

    Breaking Ground

  • Tips for the Perfect Sports Lighting Specs (Sponsored)

    by Eaton's Ephesus Sports Lighting June 2018

    This sponsored content was provided by Eaton's Ephesus Lighting. What is sponsored content?

    As operators and owners of sports facilities of all sizes consider switching from legacy lighting to energy-efficient and controllable state-of-the-art LED sports lighting, it’s important that they begin the process with a clean slate.  Even though LED lights serve the same purpose as legacy lighting products, the technological advances have made old design requirements as antiquated as the metal halide fixtures.