NTDH Dodge City Daily Globe, Tuesday, July 11, 2017 edition, Volume 107, No. 135, $1.25

Contact is Vincent Marshall, 620-253-4813, vmarshall@dodgeglobe.com

Pre-press contact is Jerry at Garden City, 620-640-5174

12 pages. DH will build A1-A3

A1 NEWS

SKYBOX LEFT — Superior ad

SKYBOX CENTER - Pick ad

SKYBOX RIGHT - Historically Speaking A3

CENTER LEAD - BTW w/2 photos

OFFLEAD - Cop

DOWN PAGE — Brewing

A2 NEWS

2 death notices

Markets

Historically speaking w/art

Daily Record (DO NOT TRIM)

Support Groups (DO NOT TRIM)

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A3 NEWS

Community Calendar

Jumps

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A4 NIE (DONE IN HOUSE)

A5 NIE (DONE IN HOUSE)

A6 Comics (DONE IN HOUSE)

A7 Classifieds (DONE IN HOUSE)

A8 Classifieds (DONE IN HOUSE)

A9 Health

A10 Sports

WIMBLEDON: Rafael Nadal rallies from two sets down in a riveting match and is tied 13-13 with Gilles Muller in the fifth set in the fourth round. This is a day of nonstop tennis at Wimbledon, with compelling matches at every turn. Top-seeded Angelique Kerber loses to Garbine Muguruza. By Tennis Writer Howard Fendrich.

ALL-STAR GAME: Bryce Harper, Mike Trout and Aaron Judge have become the face of baseball, with the All-Star Game set for Tuesday night in a city holding the showcase for the first time. Baseball is starting to promote its stars after decades of falling behind. By Baseball Writer Ronald Blum.

SEC-MEDIA DAYS: The SEC begins its annual media gathering, with Ed Orgeron now the football coach at LSU and under immediate pressure to win. The four-day event includes coaches and players from all 14 teams. By John Zenor.

A11 Sports/TV Listings

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ALL-STAR-HOME RUN DERBY: Big league leader Aaron Judge, hometown star and defending champion Giancarlo Stanton highlight the eight-man field in the Home Run Derby at Marlins Park. By Baseball Writer Ronald Blum. Begins 7 p.m. Central.

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