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About Steve Coulter

Steve is an award-winning journalist for HAN. He currently serves as the editor of the Ridgefield Press. As a reporter, he has covered beats such as education, police and fire, and business. He also writes sports and hosts a web-based broadcast called, Arts and Leisure, that runs on the company's 15 individual news websites. Steve attended the University of Denver and graduated in November 2012. He's a die-hard Denver Bronco and New York Yankee fan. He loves to write, run and watch sports. He also enjoys traveling and playing basketball. Music and movies are some of his other passions.

Fearless Approach: When the Bells Rings director discusses documentary that ‘transcends boxing’

July 11, 20160

  By Steve Coulter Like any piece of artwork, documentary filmmaking is a process that requires a long-term commitment to subject and form. Boxing shares a space on that headstrong
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Running for Research: Davina McNaney recounts 467-mile quest from Michigan to New York

March 31, 20160

By Steve Coulter To some, running is all about putting one foot in front of the other — a seemingly simple, repetitive task. But to others, like Medway, Mass. mother
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Lauren Sesselmann Accelerates Toward Finish Line: Olympic Medalist, Houston Dash Defender Brings Awareness To Ovarian Cancer

March 8, 20160

By Steve Coulter   It’s hard to find an athlete with more diverse interests than Houston Dash defender Lauren Sesselmann. The Olympic bronze medalist and Canadian national team member has
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One-Handed Master: Miles Moscato Perfects His Lacrosse Game While Showing Others Solutions To Overcome Physical Limitations

November 11, 20151

  By Steve Coulter Miles Moscato doesn’t mind going left. In fact, when he hears the opposition — the coaches on the sideline or the defensive players in front of
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Leading Through Listening: Transgender Athlete, Activist Kye Allums Learning He Doesn’t Always Have To Be The One Doing The Talking

October 20, 20150

By Steve Coulter Kye Allums is still adjusting to the spotlight. The transgender pioneer who broke the barrier in 2010 to become the first openly transgender athlete in NCAA history
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Isaiah Lamb Focuses On Basketball Future, Finding Ways To Help Others

December 8, 20140

To escape the streets of Baltimore, Dulaney High School senior Isaiah Lamb knows he needs to keep his concentration airtight. His focus persistent on the game he’s been playing all
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Former NFL WR JJ Birden Hopes to Open Another Door

August 23, 20142

When opportunity knocks, you better be ready to answer the door and welcome it in. That’s the message former NFL wide receiver JJ Birden wants to share with readers in
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Veteran Turned Salesman Finds Comfort Running on All Roads of Life

June 21, 20140

Step by step, road after road, Darryl Cloud has gotten used to the surface underneath his feet changing. The Ohio native who joined the Marines at the ripe age of
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Danny Mwanga’s past propels him forward with Colorado Rapids

March 4, 20140

Colorado Rapids forward Danny Mwanga has a story that inspires teammates, coaches, and fans a like, but he’s hesitant to tell it. The former No. 1 of the 2010 MLS
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