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The Monterey County Herald
Monterey County football jamborees, scrimmages set season in motionwill get the feel of Friday Night Lights this Friday with a trio of jamborees a
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 2 days ago
will get the feel of Friday Night Lights this Friday with a trio of jamborees and a pair of scrimmages kicking off the 2017 high school football season in Monterey County. The annual Salinas City Jamboree will showcase all four Salinas public... Read more
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Variety
Has Netflix’s Ted Sarandos Rescued (or Ruined) Hollywood?is churning out its own branded content in all genres, such as the multiple Emm
Variety / Posted 4 days ago
is churning out its own branded content in all genres, such as the multiple Emmy winner “Orange Is the New Black” and other highbrow TV series (from “The Crown” to “Master of None”), mass-consumer sitcoms (“Fuller House”), talk shows (“Chelsea”) and... Read more
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Athens Banner-Herald
Lawyer: Assaulted teen had drawings, name on bodyone horrifying detail after another. She went online and tried to confront the
Athens Banner-Herald / Posted 7 days ago
one horrifying detail after another. She went online and tried to confront the three boys she had known since junior high who she believed had done it. At school, she saw a group of students huddled around a cellphone and realized that at... Read more
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The Mercury News
Eclipse glasses are almost gone, due to high demandto our local libraries, has run out. Lowe’s? They’re all gone. Walmart? Zip. RE
The Mercury News / Posted 8 days ago
to our local libraries, has run out. Lowe’s? They’re all gone. Walmart? Zip. REI? On back order. “Demand has been sky high. It started 2-1/2 weeks ago and has about doubled each week since,” said Bob Luffel of the Idaho-based distributor... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
LOCAL TRACKS: Towner proving she can run with the boysI got in the car and had no idea what I was doing,” said Alecia, who is enterin
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 8 days ago
I got in the car and had no idea what I was doing,” said Alecia, who is entering her sophomore year at Susquehanna High School. “He just told me, ‘Pull back and turn left.’ That’s what I did.” Each week, she takes advice from her father... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
Marciano Gutierrez: Teaching in PVUSD: ‘The Fierce Urgency of Now’With about a week to go until the start of the school year, the Pajaro Valley U
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 14 days ago
With about a week to go until the start of the school year, the Pajaro Valley Unified School District currently has over 100 job vacancies; more than all other Santa Cruz County public school districts combined. This is more than just a simple... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
Flashback, Phil Bowhay: Charlie Higuera, Mr. PGsafe to say that everyone knows Charlie. Charlie calls himself a meat cutter a
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 15 days ago
safe to say that everyone knows Charlie. Charlie calls himself a meat cutter and has been doing that since Pacific Grove High School over 60 years ago. Lettered in all four sports, still proud to be a Breaker, Class of ‘53. Started as a meat... Read more
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Petluma360.com
Leghorns just miss stateleague and missing advancement to the state tournament by a single game. “It w
Petluma360.com / Posted 24 days ago
league and missing advancement to the state tournament by a single game. “It was a really good summer,” said coach Casey Gilroy after his 18th season directing an 18-player roster of 17-19 year olds. “Of course we’re disappointed we didn’t get to... Read more
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Petluma360.com
Intense short season a learning process for Leghorn playersleague and missing advancement to the state tournament by a single game. “It w
Petluma360.com / Posted 24 days ago
league and missing advancement to the state tournament by a single game. “It was a really good summer,” said coach Casey Gilroy after his 18th season directing an 18-player roster of 17-19 year olds. “Of course we’re disappointed we didn’t get to... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Will San Jose to Fresno bullet train become the Silicon Valley Express?the middle of the state are a world away from $3,000-per-month studio apartment
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 26 days ago
the middle of the state are a world away from $3,000-per-month studio apartments and jammed freeways. America's first-ever high-speed rail line would shrink the distance between the two estranged valleys. As soon as 2025, it could connect the... Read more
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The Mercury News
Will San Jose to Fresno bullet train become the Silicon Valley Express?the middle of the state are a world away from $3,000-per-month studio apartment
The Mercury News / Posted 27 days ago
the middle of the state are a world away from $3,000-per-month studio apartments and jammed freeways. America’s first-ever high-speed rail line would shrink the distance between the two estranged valleys. As soon as 2025, it could connect the... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
People on the Movehis Bachelor of Arts from King’s College in 1975 in government and politics, hi
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 27 days ago
his Bachelor of Arts from King’s College in 1975 in government and politics, his Juris Doctor from the Villanova University School of Law in 1978, and a Master of Arts in creative writing in 2006 from Wilkes University. Commonwealth Health Sean... Read more

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