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A framed copy of the article written by Dick Heller about "The Sports Junkies" still hangs in the home of host JP Flaim today, nearly 18 years after it first ran in The Washington Times. (Credit: @GlassJoeJP)

Dick Heller, Times Columnist Dead at 76, Launched ‘The Sports Junkies’ Careers

Dick Heller, a longtime Washington Times columnist who died at age 76 on Thursday, was instrumental in the careers of so many in D.C. media, including, almost singlehandedly, launching “The Sports Junkies” careers in radio.


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Dr. Ben Carson New Washington Times Columnist

Baltimore pediatric neurosurgeon Ben Carson is becoming a columnist for The Washington Times, with his first of what will be a weekly column published Wednesday.


File photo of an archived copy of The Washington Times, the paper for which James R. Whelan served as the first editor. (Photo by STF/AFP/Getty Images)

First Editor Of The Washington Times Dies

The man who served as the first editor of The Washington Times and left in a public dispute with its Unification Church owners has died.