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Philly.com
LEGO robots battle, block to blockmind." About 18,000 teams in the United States and Canada are expected to part
LEGO robots battle, block to block
Philly.com / Posted 6 days ago
mind." About 18,000 teams in the United States and Canada are expected to participate in the tournament this year, said Kathy Morgan, of First LEGO League in Manchester, N.H. "They get excited when they see the LEGOs," Morgan said. "They really... Read more
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Adirondack Daily Enterprise
All hail Brendan, Kathythe husband to Julie, the father to Meghan and her husband Andrew, Kelly and he
All hail Brendan, Kathy
Adirondack Daily Enterprise / Posted 7 days ago
the husband to Julie, the father to Meghan and her husband Andrew, Kelly and her fiance Andrew, and son Trevor. Queen Kathy Ford Kathy Ford was born and raised in Albany. She is the oldest of five girls. She attended the Kenwood Academy of... Read more
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The Mining Journal
Charles M. ‘Chuck’ PalomakiMinister, was an altar server with his sons, and he and Therese were Pre-Cana m
Charles M. ‘Chuck’ Palomaki
The Mining Journal / Posted 7 days ago
Minister, was an altar server with his sons, and he and Therese were Pre-Cana marriage sponsors for many years. Chuck coached Little League when his sons were young. He enjoyed spending time with his friends having breakfast at the American... Read more
7d
ESPN
Photos: MLB, NFL stars who shined in both baseball and footballcoach. "If he had stuck with football, he'd be going in the Hall of Fame as a f
Photos: MLB, NFL stars who shined in both baseball and football
ESPN / Posted 7 days ago
coach. "If he had stuck with football, he'd be going in the Hall of Fame as a football player," Pat Dye -- who also coached Bo Jackson -- told AuburnTigers.com in 2014.Todd HeltonStephen Dunn/Getty Images Helton, a five-time All-Star and... Read more
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The News-Herald
Luke Farrell more than an Ohio State recruit to Perry communityisn’t just known for his civic duties. He’s also an exemplary student. No one k
Luke Farrell more than an Ohio State recruit to Perry community
The News-Herald / Posted 7 days ago
isn’t just known for his civic duties. He’s also an exemplary student. No one knows that more than his AP Calculus teacher Kathy Traina, who has never seen Farrell play a football game OR a basketball game in his Perry career. “I’m more into... Read more
8d
Brandon Sun
Former Jays prospect Campbell back from retirement for WBC qualifierCampbell isn't hoping to rejuvenate his baseball career. He just wants to prove
Former Jays prospect Campbell back from retirement for WBC qualifier
Brandon Sun / Posted 8 days ago
Campbell isn't hoping to rejuvenate his baseball career. He just wants to prove he can still play. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP-Kathy Willens Former Blue Jays prospect Scott Campbell isn't dreaming of rejuvenating his baseball career. He just wants to... Read more
9d
CBS Sports
The NFL's Kingmakercould have predicted where this story was going. LaMonte stumbled into the bus
The NFL's Kingmaker
CBS Sports / Posted 9 days ago
could have predicted where this story was going. LaMonte stumbled into the business organically, asked by players he had coached in amateur sports to serve as their representative. He never fathomed he would become a powerful agent. It remained a... Read more
9d
The Rhinelander Daily News
RHS mock trial team preparing for regional competitionRHS Team No. 2 are junior Zack DuBois, sophomores Tyler Fredrick, Mason Hageny,
RHS mock trial team preparing for regional competition
The Rhinelander Daily News / Posted 9 days ago
RHS Team No. 2 are junior Zack DuBois, sophomores Tyler Fredrick, Mason Hageny, Emily McFarland, and Grace Payfer, and freshmen Ben Kubisiak and Ben Sheth. The teams are coached by Kathy Vick-Martini, attorney Amy Ferguson, and Judge Michael B... Read more
9d
The Morning Journal
Tight end more than a Buckeye recruit to Northeast Ohio communityisn’t just known for his civic duties. He’s also an exemplary student. No one k
Tight end more than a Buckeye recruit to Northeast Ohio community
The Morning Journal / Posted 9 days ago
isn’t just known for his civic duties. He’s also an exemplary student. No one knows that more than his AP Calculus teacher Kathy Traina, who has never seen Farrell play a football game OR a basketball game in his Perry career. “I’m more into... Read more
10d
The News-Herald
Luke Farrell more than an Ohio State recruit to Perry communityisn’t just known for his civic duties. He’s also an exemplary student. No one k
Luke Farrell more than an Ohio State recruit to Perry community
The News-Herald / Posted 10 days ago
isn’t just known for his civic duties. He’s also an exemplary student. No one knows that more than his AP Calculus teacher Kathy Traina, who has never seen Farrell play a football game OR a basketball game in his Perry career. “I’m more into... Read more
10d
Inside Bay Area
Panthers assistant still embracing his work after terminal cancer diagnosisthe Panthers' success. He "feels good," and his wish for privacy is especially
Panthers assistant still embracing his work after terminal cancer diagnosis
Inside Bay Area / Posted 10 days ago
the Panthers' success. He "feels good," and his wish for privacy is especially understandable as it relates to his wife, Kathy, and their children, Toby (a college freshman) and AnnieMaude (a high school sophomore). "They don't need to hear... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
Panthers assistant still embracing his work after terminal cancer diagnosisthe Panthers' success. He "feels good," and his wish for privacy is especially
Panthers assistant still embracing his work after terminal cancer diagnosis
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted 10 days ago
the Panthers' success. He "feels good," and his wish for privacy is especially understandable as it relates to his wife, Kathy, and their children, Toby (a college freshman) and AnnieMaude (a high school sophomore). "They don't need to hear... Read more
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11d
The Mercury News
Panthers assistant still embracing his work after terminal cancer diagnosisthe Panthers' success. He "feels good," and his wish for privacy is especially
Panthers assistant still embracing his work after terminal cancer diagnosis
The Mercury News / Posted 11 days ago
the Panthers' success. He "feels good," and his wish for privacy is especially understandable as it relates to his wife, Kathy, and their children, Toby (a college freshman) and AnnieMaude (a high school sophomore). "They don't need to hear... Read more
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11d
Contra Costa Times Newspapers
Panthers assistant still embracing his work after terminal cancer diagnosisthe Panthers' success. He "feels good," and his wish for privacy is especially
Panthers assistant still embracing his work after terminal cancer diagnosis
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted 11 days ago
the Panthers' success. He "feels good," and his wish for privacy is especially understandable as it relates to his wife, Kathy, and their children, Toby (a college freshman) and AnnieMaude (a high school sophomore). "They don't need to hear... Read more
5 related stories
11d
The Fremont Argus
Panthers assistant still embracing his work after terminal cancer diagnosisthe Panthers' success. He "feels good," and his wish for privacy is especially
Panthers assistant still embracing his work after terminal cancer diagnosis
The Fremont Argus / Posted 11 days ago
the Panthers' success. He "feels good," and his wish for privacy is especially understandable as it relates to his wife, Kathy, and their children, Toby (a college freshman) and AnnieMaude (a high school sophomore). "They don't need to hear... Read more
5 related stories
11d
Inside Bay Area
Panthers assistant still embracing his work after terminal cancer diagnosisthe Panthers' success. He "feels good," and his wish for privacy is especially
Panthers assistant still embracing his work after terminal cancer diagnosis
Inside Bay Area / Posted 11 days ago
the Panthers' success. He "feels good," and his wish for privacy is especially understandable as it relates to his wife, Kathy, and their children, Toby (a college freshman) and AnnieMaude (a high school sophomore). "They don't need to hear... Read more
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12d
Kingston Daily Freeman
Warriors 116, Knicks 95an NBA basketball game against the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden in
Warriors 116, Knicks 95
Kingston Daily Freeman / Posted 12 days ago
an NBA basketball game against the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden in New York, Sunday, Jan. 31, 2016. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens) NEW YORK (AP) — The shooting and passing weren’t good, though apparently coach Steve Kerr’s clipboard toss... Read more
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14d
Daily Liberal
Sporting community grieved by the loss of Tony Youngprostate cancer on Monday at the age of 85. He is survived by his wife of 50 y
Sporting community grieved by the loss of Tony Young
Daily Liberal / Posted 14 days ago
prostate cancer on Monday at the age of 85. He is survived by his wife of 50 years, Mitzie, as well as their five children Kathy, Tanya, Robert, James and Scott and grandchildren, and his battle with the illness prompted the family to remind all... Read more
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The Young Witness
Gentleman of the gameCup Referees and the Australian Rugby League Referees’ Association. As a membe
Gentleman of the game
The Young Witness / Posted 15 days ago
Cup Referees and the Australian Rugby League Referees’ Association. As a member, patron and friend of the CRLRA Tony has coached and mentored thousands of young referees. In a statement on the association’s Facebook page, former leading CRL... Read more
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Denver Post
Broncos Mailbag: Where has Demaryius Thomas been for Denver?there has been no sign of him. Did Gary Kubiak tell him if he was going to pout
Broncos Mailbag: Where has Demaryius Thomas been for Denver?
Denver Post / Posted 17 days ago
there has been no sign of him. Did Gary Kubiak tell him if he was going to pout to go stand in the corner by himself? — Kathy, Byers Kathy: I have to disagree with your assessment. Osweiler handled his demotion with class, earning praise from... Read more
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Lowell Sun
'Mr. Wilmington' did it all for the kidsof the math department. He never married or had children, but invested his life
'Mr. Wilmington' did it all for the kids
Lowell Sun / Posted 19 days ago
of the math department. He never married or had children, but invested his life fully in the young people he taught and coached, as well as his family. "He was just the gentlest soul I knew," said Paula Kendall of Sandwich, Kelley's niece. She... Read more
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Glenwood Springs Post Independent
William Allen “Jack” Smithand later both Jack and Barbara started teaching in Garfield School District RE
William Allen “Jack” Smith
Glenwood Springs Post Independent / Posted 19 days ago
and later both Jack and Barbara started teaching in Garfield School District RE-2. Jack taught physical education and coached football, basketball (boys and girls), track (for one year), and baseball. He also helped coach Rifle girls golf last... Read more
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The Middletown Press
Middletown Sports Hall of Fame: A look at the Class of 2016Division III roles as a field judge, referee, meet director and member of execu
Middletown Sports Hall of Fame: A look at the Class of 2016
The Middletown Press / Posted 22 days ago
Division III roles as a field judge, referee, meet director and member of executive committees. During his tenure, Swanson coached a number of All-Americans, two Olympians and individuals who achieved national prominence in the field of running.... Read more
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TribLIVE
Offseason turmoil roils Penn State football programnational recruiting analyst. “It certainly ends any chain of negativity or at l
Offseason turmoil roils Penn State football program
TribLIVE / Posted 24 days ago
national recruiting analyst. “It certainly ends any chain of negativity or at least breaks it up.” Gerry DiNardo, who coached at Vanderbilt, LSU and Indiana, said the negativity might be misspent. He said coaching changes are “predictable... Read more
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TSN
C’Mon Ref: Coach’s challenge has created an extra delayaround the corner form a great school for the children. Mike was a motivated ow
C’Mon Ref: Coach’s challenge has created an extra delay
TSN / Posted 28 days ago
around the corner form a great school for the children. Mike was a motivated owner and the home was perfect for my wife, Kathy, and our six children. The transaction was completed to our mutual satisfaction. I enjoyed an extremely good... Read more
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TSN
C’Mon Ref: The coach’s challenge has created an extra delayaround the corner form a great school for the children. Mike was a motivated ow
C’Mon Ref: The coach’s challenge has created an extra delay
TSN / Posted 29 days ago
around the corner form a great school for the children. Mike was a motivated owner and the home was perfect for my wife, Kathy, and our six children. The transaction was completed to our mutual satisfaction. I enjoyed an extremely good... Read more
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Brush News-Tribune
Many earn honors at annual Morgan County 4-H Achievement NightMadison Sneddon, Makenna Sneddon and Amelia Vickers who participated in livesto
Many earn honors at annual Morgan County 4-H Achievement Night
Brush News-Tribune / Posted 29 days ago
Madison Sneddon, Makenna Sneddon and Amelia Vickers who participated in livestock judging. Dan and Susan Kendrick coached the livestock judging team and Jennifer Cooney coached the consumer choices team. (Courtesy photo)Marlin Eisenach,... Read more

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