A voice in my head kept saying, “Do you believe it can happen?” As a trainer I’ve run in a zillion races, I keep those voices out of my head,” said Tom Amoss, Lone Sailor’s trainer. “You only win a few of these really big ones, so I tried to ignore that. “I went running after work this morning.

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He wasn but the manager of the cemetery genealogy team, Sue Henderson, was intrigued. She got in touch with Heather Ioannou, who she knew from the Toronto branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society. Ioannou, who has lived in Canada for decades but was raised in Scotland, was equally interested.

Scott Leibsle, Deputy State Veterinarian for the Idaho State Department of Agriculture, said 28 elk escaped Sunday. As of Tuesday afternoon, Leibsle said five had been shot and all but one elk had been recaptured. He added that the lone, unaccounted for elk is believed to be wounded or dead.