The Shawnee News-Star
Updated at 10:16 AM

You might forget the year, but you never forget the moment.And even after all these years, each new moment is as precious and emotionally overwhelming as the first.The cheers get louder, though hundreds, or thousands, of runners have passed, and you feel something in your heart, or maybe it's your soul, stir because you know they will go by in a second or two.And even though you vow not to get choked up, not this time, you can't help yourself.

Updated at 10:12 AM

FRAMINGHAM - Ida Kalavantis was bawling as she met Boston Marathon bombing survivor Jeff Bauman on Saturday – so inspired by his recovery but also reminded of how close she and her three daughters had stood to one bomb that went off at the finish...

Updated at 10:09 AM

HOPKINTON – A relay team led by elite runner Johnny Clemons arrived in town Saturday after its 1,075-mile trek from Tennessee, adding to excitement at the starting line as fans got pumped for Monday’s Boston Marathon.

Updated at 10:03 AM

It is a question Dave McGillivray, the Boston Marathon race director, is prepared to answer – but it is an emotional one.Are we ready?

Posted at 8:00 AM

A new trail of tradition will blaze through Shawnee, June 20-22. Non-profit organization Safe Events for Families Inc. will present the Shawnee Trail Days Festival in celebration of local history.

Posted at 7:00 AM

Oklahoma Baptist's track teams ran away with the Sooner Athletic Conference titles on their home track Saturday.

Posted at 7:00 AM

The Asher Indians continued their winning streak on Saturday with a 7-6 win over Dale in the finals of the Roff Invitational.

Posted at 7:00 AM

St. Gregory's blew out SWC 11-2 on Saturday, completing the season sweep of the Eagles.

Posted at 7:00 AM

The Savages lost to Seminole and Newcastle at home on Saturday.

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