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Nottingham Post
Nottingham Panthers: Juraj Kolnik will return shortly but Miika Wiikman facing more injury miseryJuraj Kolnik will return to Nottingham Panthers after the international break,
Nottingham Panthers: Juraj Kolnik will return shortly but Miika Wiikman facing more injury misery
Nottingham Post / Posted 2 hours ago
Juraj Kolnik will return to Nottingham Panthers after the international break, but goaltender Miika Wiikman faces a less certain future in the short-term. He will return after the break for Winter Olympics qualification games, meaning he will miss... Read more
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Marshalltown Times-Republican
Trojans trudge through testerSo, when Class 3A No. 11 West Marshall held just a nine-point lead over South H
Trojans trudge through tester
Marshalltown Times-Republican / Posted 4 days ago
So, when Class 3A No. 11 West Marshall held just a nine-point lead over South Hardin at the half, things started to get frustrating for the Trojans. But they collected themselves, playing stout defense in the third quarter to help pull away for a... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Hughes, Britt score 18 for Lady WildcatsPONTOTOC – Walnut’s players had no idea West Union was ranked No. 10 in Northea
Hughes, Britt score 18 for Lady Wildcats
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 6 days ago
PONTOTOC – Walnut’s players had no idea West Union was ranked No. 10 in Northeast Mississippi by the Daily Journal. That could explain the Lady Wildcats’51-48 victory over Walnut in Saturday’s 19th annual Robertson’s Sportswear Lady Challenge. What... Read more
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News.com.au
Service marks start of the legal yearSenator Eric Abetz speaks to lawyers after the ceremony. Pictures: MATT THOMPSO
Service marks start of the legal year
News.com.au / Posted 7 days ago
Senator Eric Abetz speaks to lawyers after the ceremony. Pictures: MATT THOMPSON THE opening of the legal year has been marked with an ecumenical service attended by Hobart’s legal fraternity. Judges of the Supreme Court of Tasmania, together with... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Late rally sends Alter past BadinThe Badin High School boys basketball team led most of the game, but couldn’t h
Late rally sends Alter past Badin
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 10 days ago
The Badin High School boys basketball team led most of the game, but couldn’t hold on in the final minutes against an Alter squad accustomed to pulling out close games. Alter came back from an 11-point deficit late in the third quarter Tuesday to... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Larkin reaches 1,000-point milestone, but Rams fall at FinneytownZach Larkin made history Saturday night, but found it a little hard to smile.
Larkin reaches 1,000-point milestone, but Rams fall at Finneytown
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 13 days ago
Zach Larkin made history Saturday night, but found it a little hard to smile. What was supposed to be a feel-good experience turned into a very mixed bag for Badin High School’s boys basketball team. Larkin reached the 1,000-point plateau for his... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
Boogaard’s red causes Jets implosionNEWCASTLE Jets captain Nigel Boogaard committed a cardinal sin by earning a sec
Boogaard’s red causes Jets implosion
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 13 days ago
NEWCASTLE Jets captain Nigel Boogaard committed a cardinal sin by earning a second yellow card just before half time in his side’s clash with Perth Glory. Boogaard’s eighth career red card proved crucial to the match as the Jets collapsed to a 6-1... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Boogaard’s red causes Jets implosionNewcastle Jets vs Perth Glory: Nigel Boogaard red card causes big loss. Chris H
Boogaard’s red causes Jets implosion
Daily Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
Newcastle Jets vs Perth Glory: Nigel Boogaard red card causes big loss. Chris Harold, Diego Castro, Josh Risdon. A-League | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Badin takes another step forward in road win over PatriotsCarroll High School boys basketball coach Tim Cogan knew one thing going into h
Badin takes another step forward in road win over Patriots
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 14 days ago
Carroll High School boys basketball coach Tim Cogan knew one thing going into his Patriots’ Greater Catholic League Coed Division battle with Badin on Friday night. “This was definitely a big league game for us, and we knew it was going to be a... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Monroe Crossing plays traditional bluegrass at Barking LegsStill in the southerly swing of its annual Anywhere But Minnesota winter tour,
Monroe Crossing plays traditional bluegrass at Barking Legs
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 15 days ago
Still in the southerly swing of its annual Anywhere But Minnesota winter tour, traditional bluegrass band Monroe Crossing will stop Sunday, Jan. 24, at Barking Legs Theater, 1307 Dodds Ave. Members of the band are, from left, David Robinson (banjo,... Read more
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TheStreet.com
Paper coupons' days may be numbered, Kroger suggestsThat weapon? Technology that adds a personal touch back to shopping. "How do I
Paper coupons' days may be numbered, Kroger suggests
TheStreet.com / Posted 18 days ago
That weapon? Technology that adds a personal touch back to shopping. "How do I bring back the feeling of having a butcher in grocery stores without having to hire hundreds of butchers?" said 84.51 CIO Yael Cosset in a presentation at the National... Read more
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News.com.au
Bjay Johnstone inquest: Crucial phone call police ignoredFleur Atkin (left) leaving the Hobart Magistrates Court after the inquest into
Bjay Johnstone inquest: Crucial phone call police ignored
News.com.au / Posted 18 days ago
Fleur Atkin (left) leaving the Hobart Magistrates Court after the inquest into the death of her baby, Bjay Johnstone. Picture: Matt Thompson AN inquest into the death of Tasmanian toddler Bjay Johnstone has heard police received a phone call... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Mohr erupts for career-best performance as Badin tops Cowboys...Corey Mohr was the force that Wyoming High School’s boys basketball team wasn’t
Mohr erupts for career-best performance as Badin tops Cowboys...
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 20 days ago
Corey Mohr was the force that Wyoming High School’s boys basketball team wasn’t expecting — and couldn’t stop — Saturday night. The Badin senior forward had never reached double digits in his varsity career and was averaging 4.0 points per game... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Lady Eagles rally late in Union semisNew Albany Gazette MYRTLE – After three tightly contested quarters, West Union
Lady Eagles rally late in Union semis
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 21 days ago
New Albany Gazette MYRTLE – After three tightly contested quarters, West Union forced three turnovers and banked a pair of 3-pointers to sang a 62-50 win over Myrtle in the opening round of the 2016 Union County Tournament. Seniors Gracen Conlee,... Read more
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Bury Free Press
Bury make winning start to 2016EAST MEN’S LEAGUE DIVISION TWO NORTH Bury St Edmunds 3 The start of 2016 bro
Bury make winning start to 2016
Bury Free Press / Posted 21 days ago
EAST MEN’S LEAGUE DIVISION TWO NORTH Bury St Edmunds 3 The start of 2016 brought a much-needed three points for Bury St Edmunds, with a 3-1 win over St Ives helping them climb up the table on Saturday. Nik Ciappi scored twice, while Ian Konrath... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Guard returns quickly from elbow injuryENTERPRISE – Kylie Massengill wanted to cry. The pain West Union’s guard felt
Guard returns quickly from elbow injury
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 22 days ago
ENTERPRISE – Kylie Massengill wanted to cry. The pain West Union’s guard felt in her fractured right elbow in the fourth quarter of a December home basketball game against Vardaman was excruciating. “It hurt pretty bad, but I finished the game,”... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Bragging rights on the line in county tourneysRaymond Craven has won the Prentiss County Tournament as a player and a coach.
Bragging rights on the line in county tourneys
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 22 days ago
Raymond Craven has won the Prentiss County Tournament as a player and a coach. There’s nothing quite like the experience, especially in Prentiss County, says the former Thrasher player and current Baldwyn boys basketball coach. “The Prentiss County... Read more
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Weston Mercury
Congresbury: Is this ‘the kindest village in Britain’? Acts of kindness St Andrews Church , Congresbury. “It is about encouraging p
Congresbury: Is this ‘the kindest village in Britain’?
Weston Mercury / Posted 23 days ago
Acts of kindness St Andrews Church , Congresbury. “It is about encouraging people to look at the lighter side of life and realising something small can really make a difference.” These are the... Read more
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chad
Rainworth MW cruise into Notts Senior Cup semi after thrashing Sherwood CollieryRainworth moved into the semi-finals of the Notts Senior Cup after a 6-0 win ov
Rainworth MW cruise into Notts Senior Cup semi after thrashing Sherwood Colliery
chad / Posted 23 days ago
Rainworth moved into the semi-finals of the Notts Senior Cup after a 6-0 win over Sherwood Colliery FC. Although Sherwood only play in the Central Midlands League South, they already had taken the scalp of NECL Division One side AFC Mansfield 2-1... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Trackside with Whiteside: Webb up and runningThe indoor season got off to a promising start for a selection of the regions t
Trackside with Whiteside: Webb up and running
Liverpool Echo / Posted 24 days ago
The indoor season got off to a promising start for a selection of the regions track runners at the British Milers Meeting in Sheffield on Sunday afternoon. Following victory at the Emirates Arena in Glasgow last weekend over 600m, Liverpool Harrier... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Watch: Mothers urged to stop daughters travelling to Syria in counter-terrorism campaign backed by Cambridgeshire Police The RAF are bombing ISIS in Syria. Photo: Cpl Neil Bryden/RAF/Mod/Crown Copyr
Watch: Mothers urged to stop daughters travelling to Syria in counter-terrorism campaign backed by Cambridgeshire Police
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 25 days ago
The RAF are bombing ISIS in Syria. Photo: Cpl Neil Bryden/RAF/Mod/Crown Copyright/PA Wire Cambridgeshire Police is backing a... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Massengill misses Eagles’ lossWest Union coach Matt Thompson talks strategy during a timeout in the first qua
Massengill misses Eagles’ loss
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 28 days ago
West Union coach Matt Thompson talks strategy during a timeout in the first quarter. ENTERPRISE – West Union got some good news this week when its leading scorer, guard Kylie Massengill, announced she was returning from an elbow injury. The bad... Read more
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Marshalltown Times-Republican
Spartans dismiss South Hardin"A lot came from her," said Grundy Center coach Matt Lindeman of Katie's 25 fir
Spartans dismiss South Hardin
Marshalltown Times-Republican / Posted 28 days ago
"A lot came from her," said Grundy Center coach Matt Lindeman of Katie's 25 first-half points. "I thought we did a good job of handling their pressure. A lot of their offense feeds off their defense and their press. Our biggest thing is take care of... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Cavaliers pull away for 49-35 win over BadinThe second half wasn’t so kind to Badin High School’s boys basketball team Frid
Cavaliers pull away for 49-35 win over Badin
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 28 days ago
The second half wasn’t so kind to Badin High School’s boys basketball team Friday night. The Rams trailed visiting Purcell Marian 20-19 at halftime and 27-25 late in the third quarter before the Cavaliers pulled away for a 49-35 victory at Mulcahey... Read more
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The Age
Stress, burnout, abuse deter deputy principals: studyWork stress was believed to have contributed to the suicide of principal Mark T
Stress, burnout, abuse deter deputy principals: study
The Age / Posted 30 days ago
Work stress was believed to have contributed to the suicide of principal Mark Thompson. Photo: Supplied Assistant principals are reluctant to take up the top jobs at Victorian schools due to long hours and higher levels of stress, burnout and abuse,... Read more
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