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Posted on01. Jun, 2003 by admin.
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 […]
Posted on10. Aug, 2002 by admin.
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. […]
Posted on24. Jul, 2002 by admin.
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 […]
Posted on16. Jul, 2002 by admin.
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!), […]
Posted on15. Jul, 2002 by admin.
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 […]
Posted on11. Jun, 2002 by admin.
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 […]