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The News-Herald
High school girls golf: 2015 team rostersCHAGRIN VALLEY CONFERENCE Coach: Randy Ankrom, First year Roster: Haley Gruzi
High school girls golf: 2015 team rosters
The News-Herald / Posted yesterday
CHAGRIN VALLEY CONFERENCE Coach: Randy Ankrom, First year Roster: Haley Gruzinski, Sr.; Alexa Hutchinson, Sr.; Amanda Landon, Sr.; Hannah Pakkala, Sr.; Abby Dragon, So.; Carley Mottley, So.; Haley Severino, So.; Destiny VanDevander, So.; Mikayla... Read more
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The News & Observer
Fall Arts PreviewDec. 4. Tickets start at $32. The Cary 122 E. Chatham St. Six String Present
Fall Arts Preview
The News & Observer / Posted 2 days ago
Dec. 4. Tickets start at $32. The Cary 122 E. Chatham St. Six String Presents, shows at 8 p.m., $15-$25. ▪ Hank Smith & Lindsey Tims, acoustic music, with guitarist Lynda Dawson and fiddler Patti Hopkins, both of the Kickin Grass Band, Sept.... Read more
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The Houma Courier
Real Estate Mortgages for Terrebonne Parish: Aug. 22Blk 3 Southgate Estates Subd; $153,500; Entry#1483860 on 7/1/2015. • Gulf Coas
Real Estate Mortgages for Terrebonne Parish: Aug. 22
The Houma Courier / Posted 7 days ago
Blk 3 Southgate Estates Subd; $153,500; Entry#1483860 on 7/1/2015. • Gulf Coast Bank & Trust Co; Mortgagor: Cory D Dupre, Lindsey P Dupre, Dawn P Dupre; Lot 16 Blk 1 Little Caillou Heights Subd; $103,098; Entry#1483863 on 7/1/2015. • Grand Isle... Read more
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Horse and Hound
Wedding belles: 26 brides whose horses were invited to their big day *PICTURES*place in his field with Bobbie just over the fence right by the marquee while w
Wedding belles: 26 brides whose horses were invited to their big day *PICTURES*
Horse and Hound / Posted 15 days ago
place in his field with Bobbie just over the fence right by the marquee while we had our wedding breakfast.”Jennifer and Lindsey Carew The story: “This is a picture of my husband and I with my beautiful Welsh cob, Draytown Trooper, who is being... Read more
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The Advocate
Lafayette Crime Blotter for Aug. 12resisting an officer; transactions involving proceeds from drug offenses; and f
Lafayette Crime Blotter for Aug. 12
The Advocate / Posted 19 days ago
resisting an officer; transactions involving proceeds from drug offenses; and five counts of warrant/bench warrant. LINDSEY ANN LEMON: 24, of the 100 block of Bristol Lane, Lafayette. She was booked on six counts of warrant/bench... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Cartmel now a culinary mecca says delighted show supremochildren's classes and support from local schools. Best overall exhibit in vil
Cartmel now a culinary mecca says delighted show supremo
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 25 days ago
children's classes and support from local schools. Best overall exhibit in village industries went to 20-year-old Robbie Hutchinson, from Levens, with a beautiful handcrafted wheelbarrow - the first time the prize has been won by a man. Gavin... Read more
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The Commercial Dispatch
Election results unchanged after affidavitsthree justice court races, in the runoff after Haug finished second with 26 per
Election results unchanged after affidavits
The Commercial Dispatch / Posted 25 days ago
three justice court races, in the runoff after Haug finished second with 26 percent. Former Sturgis Police Chief W.L. Will Hutchinson finished fourth with almost 17 percent of the vote. The winner of the primary will face independent Hardy... Read more
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The Commercial Dispatch
Two Oktibbeha County Justice Court races move to runofftimes since. Taylor led the District 3 field with 239 votes (31.61 percent). H
Two Oktibbeha County Justice Court races move to runoff
The Commercial Dispatch / Posted 26 days ago
times since. Taylor led the District 3 field with 239 votes (31.61 percent). Haug received 200 votes (26.46 percent). Will Hutchinson received 130 (17.20 percent). Taylor said he appreciated Tuesday's win, but is keeping an eye to the work ahead... Read more
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The Commercial Dispatch
Tuesday's Democratic primaries could decide 4 local Oktibbeha seatsJames "Jim" Mills is up against challenges from Starkville attorney C. Martin H
Tuesday's Democratic primaries could decide 4 local Oktibbeha seats
The Commercial Dispatch / Posted 28 days ago
James "Jim" Mills is up against challenges from Starkville attorney C. Martin Haug, former Sturgis Police Chief W.L. "Will" Hutchinson and Cheikh Taylor, the executive director of the non-profit Brickfire project. The winner of Tuesday's race -- or... Read more

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