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WWAY 3 Wilmington
WWAY's 5th Quarter - September 4WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — For the second time this season lightning played havoc
WWAY's 5th Quarter - September 4
WWAY 3 Wilmington / Posted 2 hours ago
WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — For the second time this season lightning played havoc with Friday’s high school football schedule. WWAY’s 5th Quarter still rolled on though. One of our area games didn’t even finish until after midnight. In the latest of the... Read more
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Bleacher Report
High School QB Makes Defenders Look Silly with Video Game-Like Juke MovesWhat this Pembroke Pines Charter (Pembroke Pines, Florida) High School quarterb
High School QB Makes Defenders Look Silly with Video Game-Like Juke Moves
Bleacher Report / Posted 16 hours ago
What this Pembroke Pines Charter (Pembroke Pines, Florida) High School quarterback did to the Holy Trinity Episcopal (Melbourne, Florida) Academy defense on this play is just ridiculous. The Jaguars quarterback avoided numerous tackles with his... Read more
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The News-Times
Arconti to be honored by Danbury Old Timersis the recipient of a Sports Award from the Danbury Old Timers for 2015. He was
Arconti to be honored by Danbury Old Timers
The News-Times / Posted 2 days ago
is the recipient of a Sports Award from the Danbury Old Timers for 2015. He was a varsity baseball player for Danbury High School in 1977-78 and played for Western Connecticut State from 1979-83. He was a co-captain in 1982-83. He pitched for... Read more
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Pembroke Daily Observer
City's economic development head retiresSusan Ellis is moving on. Pembroke's manager of economic development, recreati
City's economic development head retires
Pembroke Daily Observer / Posted 3 days ago
Susan Ellis is moving on. Pembroke's manager of economic development, recreation and tourism is retiring after 17 years on the job. Her last day at the office is Thursday. “My job has been fun and challenging,” Ellis said, as she promoted Pembroke... Read more
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The Oakland Press
How much will stipends affect college recruiting?athletes in all 16 sports beginning next year with a goal of paying the full co
How much will stipends affect college recruiting?
The Oakland Press / Posted 3 days ago
athletes in all 16 sports beginning next year with a goal of paying the full cost of attending college. Officials with the school that has won four straight Football Championship Subdivision titles say the anticipated additional cost will be up to... Read more
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Salon.com
How much will stipends affect college recruiting?in their pocket. “Money is a big thing in everybody’s lives, so when you see m
How much will stipends affect college recruiting?
Salon.com / Posted 3 days ago
in their pocket. “Money is a big thing in everybody’s lives, so when you see money, people are going to think, ‘Well, this school is offering $5,000 more. If it comes down to this and I can’t decide, I’m going to take the $5,000 more,'” said Devin... Read more
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WTOC 11 Savannah
NAACP responds to threats made at Bryan County High SchoolNAACP is deeply concerned about the threats of violence made against students o
NAACP responds to threats made at Bryan County High School
WTOC 11 Savannah / Posted 3 days ago
NAACP is deeply concerned about the threats of violence made against students of color and immigrants at Bryan County High School and the lack of response by school officials. According to officials from the Pembroke Police Department and... Read more
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WALB Albany
NAACP responds to threats made at Bryan County High SchoolNAACP is deeply concerned about the threats of violence made against students o
NAACP responds to threats made at Bryan County High School
WALB Albany / Posted 3 days ago
NAACP is deeply concerned about the threats of violence made against students of color and immigrants at Bryan County High School and the lack of response by school officials. According to officials from the Pembroke Police Department and... Read more
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WTVM 9 Columbus
NAACP responds to threats made at Bryan County High SchoolNAACP is deeply concerned about the threats of violence made against students o
NAACP responds to threats made at Bryan County High School
WTVM 9 Columbus / Posted 3 days ago
NAACP is deeply concerned about the threats of violence made against students of color and immigrants at Bryan County High School and the lack of response by school officials. According to officials from the Pembroke Police Department and... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
2 teachers face firing in pot smuggling, outburst casessmuggling conspiracy and another with a history of vocal outbursts could both l
2 teachers face firing in pot smuggling, outburst cases
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 4 days ago
smuggling conspiracy and another with a history of vocal outbursts could both lose their jobs Tuesday. The Broward County School Board is expected to approve the recommended terminations of Tarakiki Dozier, a pre-K teacher at Dania Elementary, and... Read more
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Super Sport
This Week in History: August 31 - September 6timed at 157 km/h, a good 10 km/h faster than Donald was bowling throughout the
This Week in History: August 31 - September 6
Super Sport / Posted 5 days ago
timed at 157 km/h, a good 10 km/h faster than Donald was bowling throughout the tournament. Grant Flower was hit on the thigh pad, and when he came off he said he thought he had broken his leg". * He took 44 wickets in the 1992, 1996, 1999 and... Read more
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WTOC 11 Savannah
Bryan County Officials: no threat to schoolsAccording to officials from the Pembroke Police Department and Bryan County She
Bryan County Officials: no threat to schools
WTOC 11 Savannah / Posted 5 days ago
According to officials from the Pembroke Police Department and Bryan County Sheriff's Office, a threat that surfaced last week on social media has been resolved. A social media post claimed that a student would bring a gun to Bryan County High... Read more
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WALB Albany
Bryan County Officials: no threat to schoolsAccording to officials from the Pembroke Police Department and Bryan County She
Bryan County Officials: no threat to schools
WALB Albany / Posted 5 days ago
According to officials from the Pembroke Police Department and Bryan County Sheriff's Office, a threat that surfaced last week on social media has been resolved. A social media post claimed that a student would bring a gun to Bryan County High... Read more
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WTVM 9 Columbus
Bryan County Officials: no threat to schoolsAccording to officials from the Pembroke Police Department and Bryan County She
Bryan County Officials: no threat to schools
WTVM 9 Columbus / Posted 5 days ago
According to officials from the Pembroke Police Department and Bryan County Sheriff's Office, a threat that surfaced last week on social media has been resolved. A social media post claimed that a student would bring a gun to Bryan County High... Read more
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North Fort Myers Neighbor
75th percentile: Compensation benchmark draws debateaccording to staff. This "pay parity" plan is proposed to be phased in over tim
75th percentile: Compensation benchmark draws debate
North Fort Myers Neighbor / Posted 7 days ago
according to staff. This "pay parity" plan is proposed to be phased in over time. Critics say the benchmark is too high, too expensive and a bad business model that will leave a lingering legacy of escalating costs. *The background The... Read more
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Fort Myers Beach Bulletin & Observer
75th percentile: Compensation benchmark draws debateaccording to staff. This "pay parity" plan is proposed to be phased in over tim
75th percentile: Compensation benchmark draws debate
Fort Myers Beach Bulletin & Observer / Posted 7 days ago
according to staff. This "pay parity" plan is proposed to be phased in over time. Critics say the benchmark is too high, too expensive and a bad business model that will leave a lingering legacy of escalating costs. *The background The... Read more
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Lehigh Acres Citizen
75th percentile: Compensation benchmark draws debateaccording to staff. This "pay parity" plan is proposed to be phased in over tim
75th percentile: Compensation benchmark draws debate
Lehigh Acres Citizen / Posted 7 days ago
according to staff. This "pay parity" plan is proposed to be phased in over time. Critics say the benchmark is too high, too expensive and a bad business model that will leave a lingering legacy of escalating costs. *The background The... Read more
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The Pine Island Eagle
75th percentile: Compensation benchmark draws debateaccording to staff. This "pay parity" plan is proposed to be phased in over tim
75th percentile: Compensation benchmark draws debate
The Pine Island Eagle / Posted 7 days ago
according to staff. This "pay parity" plan is proposed to be phased in over time. Critics say the benchmark is too high, too expensive and a bad business model that will leave a lingering legacy of escalating costs. *The background The... Read more
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CaptivaSanibel.com
75th percentile: Compensation benchmark draws debateaccording to staff. This "pay parity" plan is proposed to be phased in over tim
75th percentile: Compensation benchmark draws debate
CaptivaSanibel.com / Posted 7 days ago
according to staff. This "pay parity" plan is proposed to be phased in over time. Critics say the benchmark is too high, too expensive and a bad business model that will leave a lingering legacy of escalating costs. *The background The... Read more
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The Lexington Dispatch
Karen M. Tysingerwas born Nov. 4, 1957, in Davidson County to Lamar Myers and Betty Dickens Myer
Karen M. Tysinger
The Lexington Dispatch / Posted 7 days ago
was born Nov. 4, 1957, in Davidson County to Lamar Myers and Betty Dickens Myers. Karen was a graduate of West Davidson High School, Pembroke University and received her master's degree from Appalachian State University. She was a retired... Read more
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Cape Coral Daily Breeze
75th percentile: Compensation benchmark draws debateaccording to staff. This "pay parity" plan is proposed to be phased in over tim
75th percentile: Compensation benchmark draws debate
Cape Coral Daily Breeze / Posted 7 days ago
according to staff. This "pay parity" plan is proposed to be phased in over time. Critics say the benchmark is too high, too expensive and a bad business model that will leave a lingering legacy of escalating costs. *The background The... Read more
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Pembroke Daily Observer
Gallant opens campaign officeall about two issues, the economy and the safety and security of Canadians. Th
Gallant opens campaign office
Pembroke Daily Observer / Posted 8 days ago
all about two issues, the economy and the safety and security of Canadians. The incumbent candidate for Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke, who is seeking her sixth term in Parliament, said the way to preserve both is to re-elect the... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Football predictions: Week 1 for Broward teamsWhile the 2015 high school football season kicks off in Broward County on Thurs
Football predictions: Week 1 for Broward teams
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 8 days ago
While the 2015 high school football season kicks off in Broward County on Thursday, Week 1 features big-time matchups all weekend. But the game of the week, hands down, should be a classic Friday night barn-burner as Booker T. Washington visits St.... Read more
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Ilford Recorder
Seema Jaya Sharma’s mum: My daughter was so strongwho died after a long battle with cancer has spoken of her daughter’s final day
Seema Jaya Sharma’s mum: My daughter was so strong
Ilford Recorder / Posted 8 days ago
who died after a long battle with cancer has spoken of her daughter’s final days. Seema Jaya Sharma Santosh Kapal, 67, of Pembroke Close, Seven Kings, paid tribute to Seema Jaya Sharma, 38, after her daughter’s final Facebook post, which was... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Canine friends celebrated for National Dog Dayof Pickerington, walk their dogs Malakai, 2, and Isis, 2, on trails and bridges
Canine friends celebrated for National Dog Day
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 10 days ago
of Pickerington, walk their dogs Malakai, 2, and Isis, 2, on trails and bridges that were recently flooded and experienced high water on July 13, 2015. Leah Klafczynski | DispatchAaron Lynch, 22, pets Dagwood, a Canine Companion service dog, at an... Read more
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The News & Observer
ACC men’s soccer preview: Expect the usual contendersusual contenders | News & Observer August 25, 2015 No. 5 UNC has high expec
ACC men’s soccer preview: Expect the usual contenders
The News & Observer / Posted 10 days ago
usual contenders | News & Observer August 25, 2015 No. 5 UNC has high expectations NC State looks to make jump Duke seeks return to NCAA tournament For the first time in three years there... Read more
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Pembroke Daily Observer
Bishop Smith vandalizedOPP are looking for help from the public with their investigation into an incid
Bishop Smith vandalized
Pembroke Daily Observer / Posted 11 days ago
OPP are looking for help from the public with their investigation into an incident of vandalism at Bishop Smith Catholic High School in Pembroke. According to a release issued by the OPP this morning, some time overnight between Aug. 18 and 19,... Read more
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WTVY Dothan
Graceville Falls On The High School Gridiron 42-20 Against South WaltonFlorida High School Football Scoreboard Friday's Scores By The Associated Pre
Graceville Falls On The High School Gridiron 42-20 Against South Walton
WTVY Dothan / Posted 14 days ago
Florida High School Football Scoreboard Friday's Scores By The Associated Press PREP FOOTBALL Apopka 35, Columbia 14 Astronaut 46, Bayside 13 Barron Collier 44, Dixie Hollins 26 Bartow 38, Mulberry 0 Berean Christian 43, St. John Lutheran... Read more
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WWAY 3 Wilmington
WWAY's 5th Quarter - August 21, opening night of regular seasonWILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — Despite rain and lightning in our region we still had m
WWAY's 5th Quarter - August 21, opening night of regular season
WWAY 3 Wilmington / Posted 14 days ago
WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — Despite rain and lightning in our region we still had more than our fair share of high school football on Friday for the opening night of the regular season. Click the video above in order to watch WWAY’s 5th Quater. HIGH... Read more
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Bennington Banner
All students in SVSU to receive free breakfast and lunchthe Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) in the 2010 federal Healthy, Hunger F
All students in SVSU to receive free breakfast and lunch
Bennington Banner / Posted 14 days ago
the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) in the 2010 federal Healthy, Hunger Free Kids Act. To qualify, a district or school must have 40 percent or more of its students eligible for free meals. The percentage of eligible students across the... Read more
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Pembroke Daily Observer
Pastor Orlen Lapp marks 55 years in God's servicefor an astounding 55 years in God's service. Recently, the congregation and ch
Pastor Orlen Lapp marks 55 years in God's service
Pembroke Daily Observer / Posted 14 days ago
for an astounding 55 years in God's service. Recently, the congregation and church board of St. John's Lutheran Church in Pembroke celebrated this remarkable anniversary with a special luncheon and a presentation of a certificate to mark his 55th... Read more
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The Inter-Mountain
Paul Wesley McCrumLowther and husband, Charles, of Dailey, Karen Sue Cross and husband, Lannie, o
Paul Wesley McCrum
The Inter-Mountain / Posted 15 days ago
Lowther and husband, Charles, of Dailey, Karen Sue Cross and husband, Lannie, of Oregon, and Connie Louise Wilkerson of Pembroke Pines, Fla.; six grandchildren, Brittany, Loni, Shawna, Cody, Eric and Lauren; three great-grandchildren, Rylan,... Read more
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Bennington Banner
Bulldogs return to field hungry to fix last yearit. "Instead of just learning the system, we can teach the system," said Stalc
Bulldogs return to field hungry to fix last year
Bennington Banner / Posted 15 days ago
it. "Instead of just learning the system, we can teach the system," said Stalcup. "Like coach says, we can learn at a higher level and we can learn new routes on different plays. We can teach ourselves now because we know the system pretty... Read more
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Pembroke Daily Observer
Future hockey stars meet Olympianbe selected to preserve this remarkable track record. The first step in this pr
Future hockey stars meet Olympian
Pembroke Daily Observer / Posted 15 days ago
be selected to preserve this remarkable track record. The first step in this process began this week with a special hockey school held at the Pembroke and Area Community Centre. Co-hosted by the Ottawa Valley Thunder hockey club, Future Stars... Read more
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chroniclelive
GCSE Results 2015: Plenty to celebrate for Year 11 pupils in County Durham schoolssurprised. “I was really nervous, what I’m feeling now is hard to put into wor
GCSE Results 2015: Plenty to celebrate for Year 11 pupils in County Durham schools
chroniclelive / Posted 15 days ago
surprised. “I was really nervous, what I’m feeling now is hard to put into words.” Lynne Renwick, headteacher at Durham High School for Girls, said: “The girls and staff here are so committed, good staff, good girls and supportive... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Amateur Down East astronomer brings skies down to earthPEMBROKE, Maine — Charlie Sawyer just can’t keep his passion for astronomy to h
Amateur Down East astronomer brings skies down to earth
Bangor Daily News / Posted 16 days ago
PEMBROKE, Maine — Charlie Sawyer just can’t keep his passion for astronomy to himself. The observatory — billed as the “most easterly observatory in the U.S.” — is open to the public by appointment and has hosted school groups, college students,... Read more
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FOX 25 Boston
School Start Dates 2015: Massachusetts & New HampshireMASSACHUSETTS SCHOOLS START DATES Abington - Tuesday, September 01, 2015 Acto
School Start Dates 2015: Massachusetts & New Hampshire
FOX 25 Boston / Posted 17 days ago
MASSACHUSETTS SCHOOLS START DATES Abington - Tuesday, September 01, 2015 Acton-Boxborough - Wednesday, September 02, 2015 Acushnet - Tuesday, September 01, 2015 Amesbury - Wednesday, September 02, 2015 Andover - Wednesday, September 02,... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
500 pupils celebrate Maori heritageAbout 500 kindergarten, primary and secondary school pupils from around the dis
500 pupils celebrate Maori heritage
Otago Daily Times / Posted 17 days ago
About 500 kindergarten, primary and secondary school pupils from around the district took part in the 2015 North Otago Kaupapa Maori Festival Hui Ako yesterday. The inaugural festival was held in 2009, with performances then by exclusively... Read more
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The Daily Tar Heel
UNC-system happenings for August 18N.C. A&T explores STEM field Middle school minority boys will work with local
UNC-system happenings for August 18
The Daily Tar Heel / Posted 18 days ago
N.C. A&T explores STEM field Middle school minority boys will work with local innovators at N.C. Agricultural & Technical State University to develop technology-related skills in the newly dubbed Minority Male Makers Program. According to its... Read more
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Tribune Chronicle
Students go to Missouri for competitionAmy Reeher of the Trumbull Soil and Water Conservation District said LaBrae Hig
Students go to Missouri for competition
Tribune Chronicle / Posted 19 days ago
Amy Reeher of the Trumbull Soil and Water Conservation District said LaBrae High School's Team A, representing Ohio, placed 19th out of 52 teams in the competition with a score of 503.83. The top team had a score of 592.40, she said. Labrae High... Read more
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The News & Observer
A 'Blind Side' hit you could see cominghave been open otherwise. Their situations were difficult: Haynes' mother is o
A 'Blind Side' hit you could see coming
The News & Observer / Posted 20 days ago
have been open otherwise. Their situations were difficult: Haynes' mother is on disability and had trouble getting him to school and basketball practice; Sesay is a refugee from Sierra Leone, one of five siblings. Neither could afford private... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
Legion Stadium an enduring investmentrevenue through outside events. The former has been a success, but the latter h
Legion Stadium an enduring investment
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 21 days ago
revenue through outside events. The former has been a success, but the latter has hardly happened, leaving New Hanover High School as the main beneficiary of an $800,000 project funded by the city of Wilmington, New Hanover County and New... Read more
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The Sault Star
I’ve Got the Music in MeCentennial Grounds in Richard’s Landing, the camp will also be using space at t
I’ve Got the Music in Me
The Sault Star / Posted 21 days ago
Centennial Grounds in Richard’s Landing, the camp will also be using space at the Legion, the Old Town Hall, and the public school. “We’re happy that we’ll be more visible in the community this year,” says Julie. Algoma Trad, which is partially... Read more
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Pembroke Daily Observer
Last flight of Capt. SteelePETAWAWA - Capt. Darrell Steele wanted to end his flying career where it had be
Last flight of Capt. Steele
Pembroke Daily Observer / Posted 22 days ago
PETAWAWA - Capt. Darrell Steele wanted to end his flying career where it had begun, at the Pembroke and Area Airport. The former Pembroke resident and Royal Canadian Air Force pilot finished off his 25 years in the cockpit, 20 of those flying the... Read more
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Newham Recorder
A-level results: Oxbridge calling for bright Newham teensyou thinking about doing geography? You’ll never get a job with that. Study med
A-level results: Oxbridge calling for bright Newham teens
Newham Recorder / Posted 22 days ago
you thinking about doing geography? You’ll never get a job with that. Study medicine or science.’ Meron Esere “But the school encouraged me to study what I loved – and they eventually succeeded in convincing my parents. She will be the first... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
Has Legion Stadium lived up to its promise?final few weeks of calm at Legion before fall sports season arrives with a flur
Has Legion Stadium lived up to its promise?
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 27 days ago
final few weeks of calm at Legion before fall sports season arrives with a flurry of practices and games for New Hanover High School. The complex – which includes the main field, back practice area and Buck Hardee Field – will soon undergo heavy... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Monuments online, off honor Mainers who served in WWIINov. 15, 1943 — Hermon, Nov. 16, 1943 — Abbot, Nov. 22, 1943 — Lubec, Nov. 2
Monuments online, off honor Mainers who served in WWII
Bangor Daily News / Posted 27 days ago
Nov. 15, 1943 — Hermon, Nov. 16, 1943 — Abbot, Nov. 22, 1943 — Lubec, Nov. 25, 1943 — Pittsfield, Nov. 25, 1943 — Pembroke, Dec. 1, 1943 — Passadumkeag, Dec. 7, 1943 — Milford, Dec. 20, 1943 — Prospect, Dec. 27, 1943 — Etna, Dec. 30,... Read more
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The Brown Daily Herald
From A to Ztotal strangers – it’s better than whatever you had planned for the last week o
From A to Z
The Brown Daily Herald / Posted 28 days ago
total strangers – it’s better than whatever you had planned for the last week of summer 2005. Brown Band: Much like your high school marching band, if you went to a large high school with a marching band full of nerds. Except without the focus on... Read more
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Pembroke Daily Observer
Pembroke man returning to fight human traffickinghuman trafficking when he returns to Thailand this fall. Graduating from Minne
Pembroke man returning to fight human trafficking
Pembroke Daily Observer / Posted 28 days ago
human trafficking when he returns to Thailand this fall. Graduating from Minnesota's Bethany College this past spring, the Pembroke native is ready to resume his missionary work in southeast Asia where the industry of human trafficking,... Read more
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Highlands Today
Jones to play hoops for JaguarsPark guard Toryana Jones. Jones, who averaged 16 points a game as a point guar
Jones to play hoops for Jaguars
Highlands Today / Posted 29 days ago
Park guard Toryana Jones. Jones, who averaged 16 points a game as a point guard for the Red Devils, was selected to the Highlands Today 2014 All-Highlands Girls Basketball Team. Jones is excited to be able to play basketball for the Division II... Read more
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