Man who died trapped in Utah cave memorialized The father of a man who died trapped in a Utah County cave says the rescue workers who fought to save his son are now part of his family. Twenty-six-year-old John Jones died late Wednesday, nearly 28 hours after an unsuccessful rescue effort to extract him ... 11/28/2009 - 11:00 am | View Link
Man Who Died in Utah Cave Wasn't First to Get Trapped A medical student who died in a Utah cave was the third spelunker in recent years to get stuck in the same tiny crevice but the only one to die — an outcome that devastated the dozens of rescuers who worked for more than a day to save him. John Jones ... 11/26/2009 - 11:00 am | View Link
Man trapped in Utah County's Nutty Putty cave dies After a daylong rescue effort, John Jones, 26, died around midnight Wednesday while trapped in a section of Nutty Putty Cave, Utah County officials confirmed. ELBERTA, Utah County — Despite more than a full day of rescue efforts, John Edward Jones died ... 11/26/2009 - 10:37 am | View Link
Man trapped in Utah's Nutty Putty Cave dies A 26-year-old Virginia man, John Jones, who was trapped in the Nutty Putty Cave in Utah County, died sometime before midnight Wednesday. The rescue operation has now become a recovery operation for the crews who worked over 24 hours to try and save his life. 11/26/2009 - 1:53 am | View Link
Utah Man Trapped in Cave Dies Rescue workers gather at the Nutty Putty Cave in Elberta, Utah to help rescue a man stuck deep in the cave on Wednesday ... a gate that requires a key for entry. "We've had people stuck in this exact same spot. We're working and working to get him undone ... 11/25/2009 - 6:03 pm | View Link
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Aron Ralston Aron Lee Ralston (born October 27, 1975) is an American outdoorsman, engineer and motivational speaker. He survived a canyoneering accident in south-eastern Utah in ... 02/26/2015 - 10:22 am | View Website
Nutty Putty Cave Nutty Putty Cave Lake Mountains Spelunking Nutty Putty Cave is a naturally formed thermal cave located on the west side of Utah Lake. 02/26/2015 - 4:24 am | View Website
Corey Kluber was suddenly on a roster of baseball immortality. It was all so surreal, almost overwhelming. In New York last month to receive his 2014 Cy Young Award, Kluber sat at a dais alongside Sandy Koufax, Willie Mays, Frank Robinson and Cal Ripken - heavy-hitting Hall of Famers all.
Padraig Harrington is a 36-hole leader on the PGA Tour for the first time in nearly five years and he knows he has a long way to go. A vicious storm Saturday at the Honda Classic made his weekend even longer. Harrington made six birdies in the 12 holes he played Saturday morning in the rain-delayed tournament to complete a 4-under 66 and take a one-shot lead over Patrick Reed, with Ian Poulter and Brendan Steele another shot behind.
Tomas Tatar broke a tie on a power play at 9:06 of the third period in the Detroit Red Wings' 4-3 victory over the Nashville Predators on Saturday. Tatar carried the puck toward the Nashville net and fired a backhander that deflected off Predators defenseman Roman Josi's stick and past goalie Pekka Rinne.
Environmental activists burst into the lobby of a luxury hotel on Rio's Copacabana Beach where IOC officials were meeting Saturday, protesting against ecological destruction related to the 2016 Olympics. With little progress visible on Olympic promises to clean up the city's waterways filled with sewage and trash, and the Olympic golf course being carved out of a nature preserve, environmental issues have become a major issue.
The Pittsburgh Pirates lost 95 games in 2005, the year they drafted outfielder Andrew McCutchen in the first round. Four years later, when McCutchen made his major league debut, they lost 99 games. McCutchen has seen the franchise at its worst. As he has matured into one of the top players in the National League, the Pirates also have been on the upswing.
The school administration and students were particularly thrilled that the competion was attended by Alan Hurwitz, president of Gallaudet University, a Washington, D. C., school for the deaf and hard of hearing.