Archive - Aug 7, 2013
The Bandys football team held its first full contact practice on Wednesday with a new leader in charge.
Trent Lowman replaces his father and longtime head coach, Randy, as the leader of the Trojans program this fall.
Aside from his father retiring, Trent said not much has changed for his squad from last season.
Former Bandys pitcher Hunter Harvey took the mound for the fourth time in his professional baseball career on Wednesday.
Harvey allowed two hits, one walk and struck out two batters against the Gulf Coast League Twins.
The Orioles won the game in 10 innings, 2-1.
Harveyâ€™s outing on Wednesday follows up an eight-strikeout performance in his third appearance against the GCL Red Sox.
Claremont City Council members were left with plenty of unanswered questions about the future of Francis Sigmon Park on Monday night during their August meeting.
The park, which has been sitting vacant since 2007 when the city took it over, is comprised of 27.1 acres valued at $145,500, or $5,369 per acre.
A Claremont man has been jailed on an attempted murder charge after telling emergency operators early Saturday morning that he had shot his girlfriend, according to local law enforcement.
Richard Donnell Beatty, 56, of Beatty, 56, of 2742 Sherlock Street in Claremont.