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ESPN Announces Contract News For Chris Berman

Chris Berman talking on ESPN.

Chris Berman talking on ESPN.

On the same day longtime SportsCenter anchor Kenny Mayne announced he was leaving the Worldwide Leader, ESPN announced new contract news for Chris Berman.

Berman has agreed to a multi-year extension with ESPN, the network announced on Monday. He’ll continue appearing on NFL PrimeTime, SportsCenter and other various programs in coming years.

“Legendary sports commentator and industry innovator Chris Berman has reached a new multi-year agreement with ESPN, it was announced today, on the occasion of Berman’s 66th birthday, by Norby Williamson, ESPN executive vice president and executive editor,” wrote Allie Stoneberg via ESPN Press Room. “Berman, who joined ESPN a month after its September 7, 1979 launch, will continue to bring his uniquely energetic and passionate style to various high-profile assignments.”

Berman is a foundational member of ESPN’s NFL coverage. You could even go as far to say he’s the

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Primoris Services Company Announces Outcomes Of Annual Stockholders Assembly

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No. 1 recruit Chet Holmgren announces commitment to Gonzaga

Five-star prospect Chet Holmgren, the No. 1 recruit in the class of 2021, announced Monday on SportsCenter that he has committed to play next season at Gonzaga.

Holmgren, 18, chose Gonzaga over the likes of Georgetown, Maryland, Minnesota and Ohio State among others. He made official visits to Gonzaga and Ohio State before the coronavirus pandemic shut down in-person recruitment visits.

The 7-foot-1 product from Minnesota led the Minnehaha Academy to its fourth straight state championship last season. He averaged 20.8 points, 12.6 rebounds, 4.7 blocks and 4.5 assists on 80% shooting from the field last season.

Gonzaga was viewed as the favorites to land Holmgren following their successful run this season in the NCAA Tournament. He was close friends with Jalen Suggs and said he played a large role in persuading him to commit to the Zags.

Holmgren becomes the highest-rated recruit to ever commit to Gonzaga.

Holmgren, who

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Marshall Police Department announces no racial profiling complaints for 2020 | News

During Thursday’s city council meeting Marshall Police Chief Cliff Carruth presented the department’s annual Racial Profiling Report, announcing that the department received no racial profiling complaints in 2020.

Carruth said that the report is a part of the Sandra Bland act, and covers vehicle to vehicle stops only. The department hires an outside professional to perform the audit each year, along with verifying the department’s collection process, complaint process and policies and procedures.

“I certainly wanted to show the public and the council that we want to be transparent, and have someone come in and do this report for us,” Carruth said.

Additionally during the meeting, councilmembers voted to approve a resolution that canceled the city general election for Districts 1, 2 and 4, due to the races going uncontested. Incumbent councilmember Amy Ware, Leo Morris and Marvin Bonner were the sole candidates, and will be re-sworn into office in

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