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Arkansas Times
Night at the circusI went to the Donald Trump rally last week to see what I could see. I saw a se
Night at the circus
Arkansas Times / Posted 6 hours ago
I went to the Donald Trump rally last week to see what I could see. I saw a sea of cheaply produced red caps. I saw a man in a horse suit. I saw a presidential candidate tell thousands of Arkansans — seemingly out of nowhere — that Alabama "has a... Read more
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Arkansas Times
A night at the Trump ShowI saw a sea of cheaply produced red caps. I saw a man in a horse suit. I saw a
A night at the Trump Show
Arkansas Times / Posted 6 days ago
I saw a sea of cheaply produced red caps. I saw a man in a horse suit. I saw a presidential candidate tell thousands of Arkansans — seemingly out of nowhere — that Alabama "has a hell of a football team," yet still solidly win the crowd over in the... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Legislative bills offer more freedom for athletes to transferTALLAHASSEE | High school athletics in Florida could be in for seismic changes
Legislative bills offer more freedom for athletes to transfer
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 9 days ago
TALLAHASSEE | High school athletics in Florida could be in for seismic changes as legislation dealing with the Florida High School Athletic Association is rapidly moving through the House and Senate. After years of attempts, both chambers are... Read more
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Naples Daily News
Fla. Legislature could pave way for high school free agencyTALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) - High school athletics in Florida could be in for seism
Fla. Legislature could pave way for high school free agency
Naples Daily News / Posted 11 days ago
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) - High school athletics in Florida could be in for seismic changes as legislation dealing with the Florida High School Athletic Association is rapidly moving through the House and Senate. After years of attempts, both chambers... Read more
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The Inquirer and Mirror
Ethics ruling 012816(Jan. 28, 2016) A State Ethics Commission ruling to the Nantucket Land Bank Com
Ethics ruling 012816
The Inquirer and Mirror / Posted 13 days ago
(Jan. 28, 2016) A State Ethics Commission ruling to the Nantucket Land Bank Commission became public on Tuesday, stating that three of five members are prohibited from voting on any matters involving Miacomet Golf Course due to conflicts of... Read more
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Orange County Register
Morality of using guns for selfThanks for Mark Landsbaum’s Second Amendment column [“Defending innocent life i
Morality of using guns for self
Orange County Register / Posted 15 days ago
Thanks for Mark Landsbaum’s Second Amendment column [“Defending innocent life is a God-given right,” Opinion, Jan. 16]. It is just what I’ve been telling everyone. But I’m just an 88-year-old, and people think I’m just a senile old man, but I’ve... Read more
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The Shawano Leader
WIAA director defends taunting guidelinesThe Wisconsin high school athletics association blew its whistle on fans’ unspo
WIAA director defends taunting guidelines
The Shawano Leader / Posted 26 days ago
The Wisconsin high school athletics association blew its whistle on fans’ unsportsmanlike taunts and negative chants — including “air ball” and “season’s over” — and directed administrators in an email last month to call fouls on such jeers. Weeks... Read more
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The Iron Mountain Daily News
In war against offending, WIAA goes on the offensiveWeeks later, the association's executive director has apologized to athletic di
In war against offending, WIAA goes on the offensive
The Iron Mountain Daily News / Posted 27 days ago
Weeks later, the association's executive director has apologized to athletic directors for the distractions from widespread ridicule that followed the note, which he said Wednesday was intended as a reminder of a longstanding sportsmanship policy,... Read more
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The Escanaba Daily Press
WIAA official stands by flagging student tauntsWeeks later, the association's executive director has apologized to athletic di
WIAA official stands by flagging student taunts
The Escanaba Daily Press / Posted 27 days ago
Weeks later, the association's executive director has apologized to athletic directors for the distractions from widespread ridicule that followed the note, which he said Wednesday was intended as a reminder of a longstanding sportsmanship policy,... Read more
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NBC Chicago
HS Students Protest Athletic Association's Ban on ChantsThe Wisconsin high school athletics association blew its whistle on fans' unspo
HS Students Protest Athletic Association's Ban on Chants
NBC Chicago / Posted 28 days ago
The Wisconsin high school athletics association blew its whistle on fans' unsportsmanlike taunts and negative chants — including "air ball" and "season's over" — and directed administrators in an email last month to call fouls on such jeers. Weeks... Read more
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Denver Post
Wisconsin official stands by flagging fan-favorite taunts at high school gamesMILWAUKEE — The Wisconsin high school athletics association blew its whistle o
Wisconsin official stands by flagging fan-favorite taunts at high school games
Denver Post / Posted 28 days ago
MILWAUKEE — The Wisconsin high school athletics association blew its whistle on fans' unsportsmanlike taunts and negative chants — including "air ball" and "season's over" — and directed administrators in an email last month to call fouls on such... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Wisconsin official stands by flagging fan-favourite tauntsIn this Jan. 12, 2016, photo, fans cheer for their team, Whitefish Bay, during
Wisconsin official stands by flagging fan-favourite taunts
Brandon Sun / Posted 28 days ago
In this Jan. 12, 2016, photo, fans cheer for their team, Whitefish Bay, during a high school basketball game against Milwaukee Morse-Marshall in Whitefish Bay, Wis. The director of a Wisconsin high school athletics association has apologized to... Read more
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