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King's College bullies suspended until next year
Kings College grounds. - Source: ONE News A group of King's College seniors involved in bullying junior students last week have had their suspensions extended until the end of the school year. And,...
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USC's fate against Washington State is very much ...
USC has faced a full palette of offenses this season, including several spread schemes, grind-it-out Stanford, read-option Boston College and pseudo-traditional Oregon State. On Saturday at Martin...
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Los Angeles Times
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Money, name recognition key in KY congressional r...
SHEPHERDSVILLE, KY (WAVE) - Ron
says the deck was stacked against him. The Democrat challenging Republican Brett Guthrie in Kentucky's 2nd Congressional District faced a fundraising...
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Rangers will be out on the hunt to claim early wi...
BARANDUDA captain Mitch Ryan says 200 at Dederang last week was a pass mark. Baranduda captain Mitch Ryan says 200 at Dederang last week was a pass mark. BARANDUDA captain Mitch Ryan says 200 at...
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Sarie Shares Her Ceramic Journey and Artistic Joy
Windhoek — One of Namibia's top ceramist and winner of the Lifetime Crafts Achievers Awards at the Bank Windhoek Triennial, Sarie Maritz, share her joy, views and life in the world of ceramics with...
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Candidate races, ballot issues likely to draw 55 ...
Candidate races, ballot issues likely to draw 55 percent voter turnout By CATHERINE STORTZ RIPLEY email@example.com Posted Oct. 31, 2014 @ 11:32 am Several local races and a number of...
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Discoloured tap water due to leaves
Some residents in Abbotsford and Mission have noticed discoloured tap water, but water samples taken late Oct. 24 confirmed that the water is safe. A city notice says the water’s current yellow tinge...
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RICHARD SHIELL: Planting smart ideas in our heads...
There was a time, when less of the San Joaquin Valley floor was paved over, and drought had not dried the land, that November was the peak month for tule fog. Some years had school fog delays half the...
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Thumbs down to Ridgewood store scheme
Supermarket group Morrisons has been told it cannot build a store next to the Highlands Inn, Ridgewood. When the plan was submitted earlier this year, objections poured into both Uckfield Town and...
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McCoist tells Deila: it would be dangerous to wri...
McCoist has already admitted he would take "anyone but Celtic" as he looks to steer Scottish Championship side Rangers to their first major final under his management. But he stressed Deila was wrong...
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'Skeleton Crew' tackles 'our nation's silent mass...
... is generally the first and hardest question to answer. Most of the dead are nameless, their remains stowed in the back offices of morgues and medical examiners offices, in cardboard boxes...
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10-old with cancer gives back during Halloween
HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) - A Fall Festival at Blossomwood Elementary on Halloween weekend will provide more than just a good time; it will also serve as a way to give back to St. Jude Children's Research...
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Winter college sports kicking into full swing
Even though there are several weeks of play left in the fall sports, the winter sports - which stretch over two semesters - are all under way in some capacity. Swimming got under way last weekend,...
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What's next for legalizing medical marijuana in P...
The last symphony has been played for his bill to legalize medical marijuana in Pennsylvania this year, Sen. Mike Folmer said, but he is already working on revamping his legislation for next...
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Church pastor fights off burglar and holds on to ...
A church pastor grappled with a burglar who raided his church and restrained him until police arrived. Philip Dixon, 44, of Briar Hill Court, Salford, had to be looked over in hospital after his...
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Manchester Crown Court
From a Legal Standpoint, Should You Go With Googl...
Not so long ago when a startup or enterprise was determining the cost of an employee, one of the single largest expenses was the licenses for the back-office software that business runs on. In a...
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Komets gain winning mentality
FORT WAYNE – Defenseman James Martin wants to bring some of the same things this season – the championship-winning part of his game – but with a little something extra. That would be scoring. Last...
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Marietta grad thriving collegiately
, a sophomore, has played all eight games for the Battlers (5-3). From the defensive tackle position,
has totaled 24 tackles, four for a loss, and one sack.
's best game came in a...
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Marietta Middle School
Akram calls for ICC to curtail bans on Amir, Asif...
Sport Home>Cricket Akram calls for ICC to curtail bans on Amir, Asif and ButtAlex
/Senior Reporter / 31 October 2014 Mohammed Aamer, Mohammed Asif and Salman Butt were found guilty of spot-fixing...
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Two-referee system may be a ways off for ECHL
Hockey is possibly the world's greatest game, but especially at the minor league level, it also has a huge flaw. As an example, consider last Friday's Fort Wayne game in Kalamazoo. The Wings' Eric...
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