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  November 26, 2017 – Las Vegas, NV – It was a beautiful 80 degree day in Las Vegas, Sunday the 26th for the  ‘Rum Runner Boulders, 7th Annual Chili Cook Off’ hosted by the tremendous supporters of local Veterans – Rum Runner at  6658 Boulder Hwy, Las Vegas, NV. In Honor of our local […]

Posted on November 27, 2017 by Jim Tunney Ed.D On the TunneySide of Sports November 27, 2017 #668 Up next… Will Gambling Be An Issue for Pro Sports In Vegas? After further review…With the Oakland Raiders moving to Las Vegas to join the NHL’s Vegas Golden Knights as the second professional sports franchises in the city, there are many […]

  On the TUNNEYSIDE of SPORTS October 2, 2017, #660 Up next… “Duty, Honor, Country” After further review…Those three words reverently dictate what you ought to be, what you want to be, what you can be, what you will be. They are your rallying point to build courage when your courage seems to fail, to […]

    On the TUNNEYSIDE of SPORTS July 24, 2017, #650 Up Next…“The ESPY’s” After further review…Earlier this month, ESPN presented its 25th anniversary of the ESPYs Awards in Los Angeles, California. The TunneySide watched with personal interest as a fan of ESPN since it began in 1975. In 1994, I was fortunate enough to be asked […]

  On the TUNNEYSIDE of SPORTS August 28, 2017, #655 Up Next… “Adults Provide Examples” After further review…With the Little League championship season just completed, youth baseball is fresh in our memories. Many of you have either played Little League or had children or grandchildren participate at that level. I have been in the stands […]

  On the TUNNEYSIDE of SPORTS August 21, 2017, #654 Up Next… “Full Time?” After further review…The National Football League has recently announced there will be full-time on-field officials for the 2017 season. The announcement stated that 24 officials of the current staff of some 123 will be selected for full-time status. The NFL will then […]

  On the TUNNEYSIDE of SPORTS August 14, 2017, #653 Up Next… “Hall of Fame” After further review…The Class of 2017 was enshrined into the Profootball Hall of Fame this past weekend in Canton, Ohio, the home of the NFL’s elite. The 2017 Class included Kenny Easley, a free safety selected by the Seniors Committee, who questioned why […]

    On the TUNNEYSIDE of SPORTS August 7, 2017, #652 Up Next… “Summertime!” After further review…Summer vacation, as I called it way back then, was always a joyful time. School was out about the third week in June and didn’t resume until the Monday after Labor Day. It was a lazy do-what-you-want-to do time […]

    On the TUNNEYSIDE of SPORTS July 31, 2017, #651 Up Next…“Sully” After further review…The 2016 movie produced and directed by Clint Eastwood titled Sully was named after Captain Chelsey Burnett Sullenberger, the captain of US Airways Flight 1546 who safely landed in the Hudson River in New York on January 15, 2009. After taking off from […]

  On the TUNNEYSIDE of SPORTS July 17, 2017, #649 Up Next…“How much is enough?” After further review…The month of July means a swirl of National Basketball Association contract negotiations, as free agency commences for those NBA players who have completed their existing contracts. Free agency was first obtained in Major League Baseball by Curt Flood of […]


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