Sid Hartman, who started selling newspapers in 1928 and wrote about sports for the Star Tribune for the ensuing decades, died Sunday. He was 100.
“My father’s extraordinary and resilient life has come to a peaceful conclusion surrounded by his family,” his son, Chad Hartman, tweeted early Sunday afternoon.
Sid Hartman also was for decades a radio voice on WCCO.
Hartman was born on the North Side of Minneapolis on March 15, 1920, and he worked for newspapers in his hometown for nearly his enti…
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The Seahawks had hoped that safety Jamal Adams would return to practice following the Week Six bye. He still could. However, he’s not ready yet. Adams missed practice…
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Adams missed practice on Wednesday with a lingering groin injury. Adams first suffered the injury in a Week Three win over the Cowboys.
Also not practicing on Wednesday were guard Damien Lewis (ankle) and tackle Brandon Shell (illness). Limited for the Seahawks were linebacker Jordyn Brooks (knee), tight end Will Dissly (Achilles), tackle Duane Brown (knee),…
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