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MLB juggling growth aspirations abroad, 'disturbi...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The most populous country on Earth has produced exactly one Major League Baseball player, and none in the past 100 years. Kansas City Royals pitcher Jeremy Guthrie spent part of...
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Could space industry reverse WV brain drain?
... in mechanical and aerospace engineering and director of the Applied Space Exploration Laboratory at WVU. Prior to joining WVU, he was an engineer at the NASA Johnson Space Center in...
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Ventura County Reporter - Picks of the Week - Hap...
CANCER SUPPORT COMMUNITY HOSTS CREATIVE JOURNALING Noon-2 p.m. In this workshop, participants will explore the cancer journey and learn lessons that often accompany it. 530 Hampshire Road, Westlake...
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... is that, in an increasingly complex, dispersed, and fast-paced society, summer camp remains one of the final frontiers for young people seeking formal affirmation of advancing maturity and,...
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Valley Tech program gives students a 'Bridge' bac...
UPTON � Kaitlynn M. Barbour, a social worker, looked around the serene room painted in sea tones and decorated with waterscapes, comfortable upholstered chairs, miniature zen gardens and plants, and...
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New police chief dedicated to 'making a differenc...
... Alonzo Thompson vividly recalls traveling to Spartanburg for the very first time, unsure of what his first impression would be. He remembers driving down Highway 9, passing Spartanburg...
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Nebraska's Ameer Abdullah an uncommon talent
... of 2011, an unheralded afterthought of a recruit, 5-foot-9 and 172 pounds soaking wet, bent on excelling in a conference loaded with bigger, heftier running backs, there were doubters. He was...
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Why PIMCO Thinks "The Bursting Bubble" Is Not The...
... Fed rhetoric to either watch or hear. Paul Volcker was new in the job of Fed Chairman, Ronald Reagan had just been elected President, and Ted Turner had not yet launched CNN Headline News....
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... of you…those present and those of you who were not able to attend this evening, for your continued efforts, cooperation and support during this most challenging time. This year has sped by,...
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As soon as Sharon Ehasz ran down the final hill coming out of Tsalteshi Trails, her two young sons stood and cheered her all the way to the finish line. With a smile of relief Sharon Ehasz, of...
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Square dance column
Try to remember The kind of September When life was slow And oh so mellow … — Lyrics by Tom Jones It is September. If the events of a calendar year could be reduced to one sentence Labor Day...
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Middletown's Dario Highsmith Makes Move To Tailba...
... ago for the Middletown High football team. He'll just do it from a different starting position. Highsmith was the Blue Dragons' quarterback last season when he ran for over 2,700 yards and 28...
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What's in a Name?
Starting a new school year brings more changes than just the transition from summer into fall. Whether it is the stress of a new teacher, or returning after an awkward summertime growth spurt, or with...
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Big-Hearted Cameroonian OL Paves Way For CU
BOULDER, Colo. (AP) – The colossal Cameroonian right tackle for the Colorado Buffaloes is a raw talent with a big heart. Stephane Nembot left his family and came to America as a teenager to play high...
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The Fit List
Looking for a race to do during the long holiday weekend? You’ve come to the right place. Here’s your list: Weekend of Aug. 30-Sept. 1:— Rat RaceThis race on Monday in Arthur includes 10K and 5K...
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William & Mary suicide was 17th since 1968
Peter Godshall of Chadds Ford, Pa. was found dead Monday near the Crim Dell Bridge on campus, according to an e-mail from Ginger Ambler, vice president of Student Affairs. His death was an apparent...
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125 key betting notes for 125 college football te...
... And, if you spent most of your summer partying like a college kid instead of studying like one, you could be feeling the crunch as you prepare your Week 1 wagers.If you need some key betting...
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Why The US Should Target Both Assad And ISIS In S...
Last summer, as President Obama was strolling along the White House grounds with his national security advisor, Denis McDonough, contemplating airstrikes on the regime of Bashar al-Assad for its use...
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Corrigan named CEO for Volunteers in Medicine
Wednesday, August 27, 11:23 AM EDT The not-for-profit organization runs a health care clinic that provides integrated physical and behavioral health care to the area�s working uninsured. �Mary Pat...
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Brown: Keatts' journey in talent evaluation
NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C. -- Nearly 20 minutes into what should have been a 25-minute drive from one basketball tournament to the next, Kevin Keatts realized something was off. With the push of a button,...
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