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Clinton Prairie Youth/Jr. High Camp starts July 17

The Clinton Prairie Youth and Junior High Football Camp will be from July 17-20 at the high school field.

Athletes entering grades 2-6 will receive instruction from 5 p.m. to 6:30 followed by grades 7 and 8 from 6:30 p.m. to 8.

Cost for the camp is $35 per athlete and included a camp T-shirt.

Athletes should also bring a pair of tennis shoes in case of inclement weather.

For more information contact head coach Raymond Jones at rjones@cpsc.k12.in.us. 

CP Football Blood Drive set for July 18

The Clinton Prairie High School Football Team Blood Drive will accept donors from 3 p.m. to 8 on July 18 in the Clinton Prairie High School Cafeteria.

The event is part of the larger Colts Leadership Challenge Blood Drive.

The CP football Blood Drive’s goal is to have at least 55 visits.

Those interested in donating may sign up at www.donorpoint.org and use sponsor code 4859.

NFL players union files grievance over anthem policy

NEW YORK (AP) — The NFL Players Association filed a grievance with the league challenging its national anthem policy.

The union says that the new policy, which the league imposed without consultation with the NFLPA, is inconsistent with the collective bargaining agreement and infringes on players’ rights. In May, the NFL approved its national anthem policy at its owners meetings in Atlanta. The policy allows players to protest during the national anthem by staying in the locker room, but forbids them from sitting or taking a knee if they’re on the field or the sidelines.

When the league announced the policy, Commissioner Roger Goodell called it a compromise aimed at putting the focus back on football after a tumultuous year in which television ratings dipped nearly 10 percent; some blamed the protests for such a drop. The union said at that time that it would file a grievance against any change in the collective bargaining agreement.

Hard Rock, Bet365 plan sports betting in New Jersey

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — Hard Rock has signed a deal with a British online gambling company to offer sports betting as soon as the arrangement is approved by New Jersey gambling regulators.

The global hospitality and gambling company owned by Florida’s Seminole Indian tribe has signed a deal with Bet365 to offer sports betting at its new casino on the Atlantic City Boardwalk. Neither company has announced the deal, but its existence was revealed in correspondence from the state Division of Gaming Enforcement.

The agency has approved only part of an agreement both parties signed on June 19 to offer sports betting.

It has not yet responded to a request made Monday by The Associated Press to make the document public.