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A stirring note from Trudy Merritt who ran the 2003 DMTM

Posted on01. Jun, 2003 by .

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The following is a response to an email from Jerry Dunn from a courageous Runner! Jerry, thanks for the info. You don’t know how much I appreciate your race. First of all, I race direct 2 triathlons, 2 road runs and a bike race every year as part of my job. Lots of work… you […]

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Notes on the Deadwood Mickelson Trail Marathon

Posted on10. Aug, 2002 by .

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Notes on the Deadwood Mickelson Trail Marathon by Bob Dolphin After our April 6, 2002, YAKIMA RIVER CANYON MARATHON (YRCM) runner Alice Kennedy, 42, of Missoula, Montana, sent us an e-mail in which she mentioned that she would be running the inaugural Deadwood-Mickelson Trail Marathon on Sunday, June 9, 2002. That sounded good to us. […]

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T-shirt fund-raiser to benefit rescue workers

Posted on24. Jul, 2002 by .

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T-shirt fund-raiser to benefit rescue workers By Jan Kaus Northern Hills Journal – July 24, 2002 SPEARFISH – Jerry Dunn of Spearfish was thrilled with the results of his first personally organized marathon, the Deadwood Mickelson Trail Marathon, held June 9 between Deadwood and Rochford. A couple weeks later, he found himself appreciating the heroes […]

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Hit The Trail

Posted on16. Jul, 2002 by .

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HIT THE TRAIL by Elaine Doll-Dunn It began in the scenic city of Rochford; a tiny town nestled in the upper reaches of the Black Hills. Rochford, elevation 5,200, population 6, boasts a chapel, a bar (the famous Moonshine Gulch Saloon), a university (true! I saw Rochford University painted on the side of a church!), […]

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Running shirts a hot item to benefit emergency crews

Posted on15. Jul, 2002 by .

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Running shirts a hot item to benefit emergency crews by Kris Garlick-Beaty Black Hills Pioneer – Monday, July 15, 2002 DEADWOOD – “We survived the Grizzly Gulch Fire” – a local couple is hoping to sell t-shirts imprinted with the phrase to raise big money for the local emergency crews who were first to arrive […]

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Baptism By Fire

Posted on11. Jun, 2002 by .

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BAPTISM BY FIRE by Jerry Dunn You’d think that a guy who has run as many marathons as I have, and knows as many race directors as I do would think twice, or maybe even three or four times, about creating and directing a brand new marathon. But NO, when I heard rumor that my […]

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