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The Victoria Advocate
Friday's statewide scores14 CC Calallen 35, Mercedes 6 CC Moody 20, CC West Oso 14 Cedar Park 31, Ale
Friday's statewide scores
The Victoria Advocate / Posted yesterday
14 CC Calallen 35, Mercedes 6 CC Moody 20, CC West Oso 14 Cedar Park 31, Aledo 13 Cedar Park Vista Ridge 49, Seguin 8 College Station 45, Rosenberg Terry 0 Corsicana 34, Justin Northwest 28 Crosby 35, Nederland 18 Dallas Wilson 35, Dallas... Read more
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The Inter-Mountain
Elkins sewer project to continue through MSFFsubconstractors as well. Work has been ongoing this summer at three separate si
Elkins sewer project to continue through MSFF
The Inter-Mountain / Posted yesterday
subconstractors as well. Work has been ongoing this summer at three separate sites on Kerens Avenue, Wilson Street and College Street. "There are three things that are being done on Kerens Avenue, which is the main focus of this phase,"... Read more
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The Memphis Daily News
Despite Personnel Losses, UT’s Defense Should Be Much-Improvedand had 12 tackles, three tackles for loss, and 2.5 sacks in 2014 as a transfer
Despite Personnel Losses, UT’s Defense Should Be Much-Improved
The Memphis Daily News / Posted yesterday
and had 12 tackles, three tackles for loss, and 2.5 sacks in 2014 as a transfer from Trinity Valley (Texas) Community College. Lewis played little as a freshman in 2013 after a redshirt season, and last year he played in 13 games (one start)... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Classic New Orleans to AACM tributes: A guide to Chicago Jazz Festdistinct chapters in jazz history, starting with pianist Asaro and clarinetist
Classic New Orleans to AACM tributes: A guide to Chicago Jazz Fest
Chicago Tribune / Posted yesterday
distinct chapters in jazz history, starting with pianist Asaro and clarinetist Cusack. Both offer considerable expertise in early-period jazz, Asaro best known for his work with the Fat Babies band, Cusack commanding a resume that stretches back... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
From classic New Orleans to AACM tributes: A guide to Chicago Jazz Festdistinct chapters in jazz history, starting with pianist Asaro and clarinetist
From classic New Orleans to AACM tributes: A guide to Chicago Jazz Fest
Chicago Tribune / Posted 2 days ago
distinct chapters in jazz history, starting with pianist Asaro and clarinetist Cusack. Both offer considerable expertise in early-period jazz, Asaro best known for his work with the Fat Babies band, Cusack commanding a resume that stretches back... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Drew Peterson defense argues wiretaps should be tossedmade mistakes in how they got the recordings and questioned why a Will County j
Drew Peterson defense argues wiretaps should be tossed
Chicago Tribune / Posted 2 days ago
made mistakes in how they got the recordings and questioned why a Will County judge met with a jailhouse informant nearly three weeks before authorities asked him for permission to record conversations between the informant and Peterson. The... Read more
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Miami New Times
Miami's Most Historic African-American Cemetery Is Neglected and ForgottenRandolph Williams, a stocky African-American accountant, stood outside the rust
Miami's Most Historic African-American Cemetery Is Neglected and Forgotten
Miami New Times / Posted 3 days ago
Randolph Williams, a stocky African-American accountant, stood outside the rusted gates of Lincoln Memorial Cemetery on an afternoon in 2001, mentally fishing around for memories from nearly five decades back. Try as he might, his past recollections... Read more
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Bleacher Report
Tennessee Football: Depth-Chart Analysis, Complete 2015 Preview and Predictionpower-spread offense during their time together at Central Michigan. Though th
Tennessee Football: Depth-Chart Analysis, Complete 2015 Preview and Prediction
Bleacher Report / Posted 4 days ago
power-spread offense during their time together at Central Michigan. Though the hire was met with little fanfare, the early returns have been promising, from Jones to the players to the assistants to the fans. "It was a good fit," UT running... Read more
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Rutland Herald
Overnight paving set for many projects this weekprojects this week There are lots of out-of-state cars around Vermont this wee
Overnight paving set for many projects this week
Rutland Herald / Posted 5 days ago
projects this week There are lots of out-of-state cars around Vermont this week. They are too late for vacation and too early for foliage so it must be college students are arriving. This means reservations for dinner are almost mandatory,... Read more
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The Inter-Mountain
State superintendent talks educationThe state's highest ranking education administrator served as the keynote speak
State superintendent talks education
The Inter-Mountain / Posted 10 days ago
The state's highest ranking education administrator served as the keynote speaker during the Elkins-Randolph County Chamber of Commerce's quarterly meeting at the 1863 Grill in Elkins. "I pinch myself every night and say I can't believe I've been... Read more
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Marshall Independent
SMSU FOOTBALL: Offensive line returns more in syncMinnesota State offensive line returns six players from last year's team and it
SMSU FOOTBALL: Offensive line returns more in sync
Marshall Independent / Posted 10 days ago
Minnesota State offensive line returns six players from last year's team and it's been making a huge difference in early practices. "We return six guys that started games for us last year," offensive line coach Brian Frana said. "We've... Read more
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The News & Observer
Greater Neuse River Conference football previewNeuse? West Johnston (8-4, 5-2): The Wildcats won close games in 2014. Can the
Greater Neuse River Conference football preview
The News & Observer / Posted 10 days ago
Neuse? West Johnston (8-4, 5-2): The Wildcats won close games in 2014. Can they win some of the tough match-ups they face early this season and carry some momentum into the conference schedule? Clayton (6-6, 3-4): Last year’s star quarterback is... Read more
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Salon.com
The rise of the “self-proclaimed socialist”: Why reporters shouldn’t be so surprised that Bernie Sanders’ appeal is growingVoter turnout is a lot higher than it is in the United States. In those countri
The rise of the “self-proclaimed socialist”: Why reporters shouldn’t be so surprised that Bernie Sanders’ appeal is growing
Salon.com / Posted 10 days ago
Voter turnout is a lot higher than it is in the United States. In those countries, healthcare is the right of all people; college education and graduate school is free; retirement benefits, childcare are stronger than the United States of America.... Read more
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The Inter-Mountain
Randolph BOE sets levy ballotThe Board of Education approved the levy order and ballot that will be presente
Randolph BOE sets levy ballot
The Inter-Mountain / Posted 11 days ago
The Board of Education approved the levy order and ballot that will be presented to the voters of Randolph County this fall during Tuesday's BOE meeting. The levy will be put to a vote Nov. 7. Randolph County Schools Finance Director Brad Smith... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Duval considers school uniforms, new school programs and boundariesmeans a final school board decision won’t likely come until some time in Januar
Duval considers school uniforms, new school programs and boundaries
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 11 days ago
means a final school board decision won’t likely come until some time in January, too late for the School Choice Expo in early January, when many parents learn about their school options. These are important decisions which shouldn’t be rushed,... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
First Coast Happeningsp.m. Information, email edwardhwhitehs75@hotmail.com. Back to School Health an
First Coast Happenings
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 16 days ago
p.m. Information, email edwardhwhitehs75@hotmail.com. Back to School Health and Resource Fair, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., A. Philip Randolph Park, 1096 A. Philip Randolph Blvd. Includes free food, school supplies, clothes, train rides, bounce house, hair... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
First Coast Happeningsp.m. Information, email edwardhwhitehs75@hotmail.com. Back to School Health an
First Coast Happenings
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 17 days ago
p.m. Information, email edwardhwhitehs75@hotmail.com. Back to School Health and Resource Fair, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., A. Philip Randolph Park, 1096 A. Philip Randolph Blvd. Includes free food, school supplies, clothes, train rides, bounce house, hair... Read more
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CBS Sports
Four reasons why I'm excited about the Tennessee Volunteers in 2015recruiting well and, after a 5-7 season in 2013, led the Volunteers to a 7-6 re
Four reasons why I'm excited about the Tennessee Volunteers in 2015
CBS Sports / Posted 17 days ago
recruiting well and, after a 5-7 season in 2013, led the Volunteers to a 7-6 record last season. For the first time in nearly seven years, there's optimism in Knoxville that Tennessee can make some real noise in the SEC East. There are some... Read more
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The Register Citizen
The Torrington Varsity Alumni Club presents nine more scholarships in a long line of honorees>> Torrington’s Varsity Alumni Club manages to have more fun than anyone while
The Torrington Varsity Alumni Club presents nine more scholarships in a long line of honorees
The Register Citizen / Posted 18 days ago
>> Torrington’s Varsity Alumni Club manages to have more fun than anyone while giving away thousands of dollars in college scholarships to Torrington High School graduates and working to raise more for the scholarship and athletics... Read more
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The Advocate
Teen shot, killed at Jennings party, other Acadiana Crime Blotter news for Aug. 10, 2015Two teenagers were arrested in a shooting that left a 17-year-old dead at a par
Teen shot, killed at Jennings party, other Acadiana Crime Blotter news for Aug. 10, 2015
The Advocate / Posted 19 days ago
Two teenagers were arrested in a shooting that left a 17-year-old dead at a party in Jennings early Saturday, authorities said. Police responded to a fight around 12:30 a.m. at a private party at the American Legion Hall on Market Street, according... Read more
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The Inter-Mountain
Area talents recognized at 22nd annual Randolph County HOF ceremoniesus twice in both my sophomore and junior years. But when Poleno a cross over on
Area talents recognized at 22nd annual Randolph County HOF ceremonies
The Inter-Mountain / Posted 20 days ago
us twice in both my sophomore and junior years. But when Poleno a cross over on their stud and took it to the house early in the fourth quarter that last year, it broke them, and we rolled. And the sectional game was so big they moved it to... Read more
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McCook Daily Gazette
2015 Nebraska Prep Running Backs to Watch - Class D-2 - 8-ManStratman racked up 751 yards as a secondary receiver, running under all-state J
2015 Nebraska Prep Running Backs to Watch - Class D-2 - 8-Man
McCook Daily Gazette / Posted 21 days ago
Stratman racked up 751 yards as a secondary receiver, running under all-state Jackson Sudbeck's pinpoint passes. That's nearly 17 yards a catch. Stratman only carried the football 8 times for 71 yards that season. Here is how good this lad has... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
Baker Donelson's Linda A. Klein Becomes President-Elect Of American Bar Associationand our profession more inclusive, more effective and more inspiring. When the
Baker Donelson's Linda A. Klein Becomes President-Elect Of American Bar Association
The Chattanoogan / Posted 24 days ago
and our profession more inclusive, more effective and more inspiring. When the ABA leads, great things happen." She was an early member of the Board of Directors Network, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to increase diversity on corporate... Read more
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Boston Globe
The Celtics’ best move this offseason was the one they didn’t makebeen used in the draft or maintained for the future. Even though the Celtics’
The Celtics’ best move this offseason was the one they didn’t make
Boston Globe / Posted 25 days ago
been used in the draft or maintained for the future. Even though the Celtics’ cupboard remains mostly full now, Ainge nearly used a notable chunk of the team’s assets on draft night. Boston was reportedly attempting to move up to the No. 9 spot... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Kraft Heinz headquarters to move to ChicagoKraft Heinz will move one of its headquarters from north suburban Northfield to
Kraft Heinz headquarters to move to Chicago
Chicago Tribune / Posted 26 days ago
Kraft Heinz will move one of its headquarters from north suburban Northfield to downtown Chicago early next year, making it the latest company to march from the 'burbs to the bright lights and big city in hopes of attracting diverse young... Read more
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Bleacher Report
In Today's NBA, It's Adapt or Dieshape professional careers, but they offer the framework of where players fit i
In Today's NBA, It's Adapt or Die
Bleacher Report / Posted 26 days ago
shape professional careers, but they offer the framework of where players fit in the NBA. If you didn't attempt threes in college, you're unlikely to fire off threes upon reaching the Association. Not right away at least—especially during that... Read more
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Roll Call
In Senate Race, Alan Grayson Could Be Own Worst EnemyDemocratic consultant. A Harvard-educated lawyer with a rags-to-riches story —
In Senate Race, Alan Grayson Could Be Own Worst Enemy
Roll Call / Posted 26 days ago
Democratic consultant. A Harvard-educated lawyer with a rags-to-riches story — the lawmaker paid his way through college by working as a night watchman and janitor — Grayson rose to prominence with his bombastic statements during the... Read more
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The New Yorker
The Man Who Shot Michael Brownhim. In The American Thinker, David Whitley wrote that Wilson “should be thanke
The Man Who Shot Michael Brown
The New Yorker / Posted 27 days ago
him. In The American Thinker, David Whitley wrote that Wilson “should be thanked and treated as a hero!” Supporters raised nearly half a million dollars on behalf of the Wilsons, allowing them to move, buy the new house, and pay their legal... Read more
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CNN
Reign of terror in 'The Seventies'of the decade, the Summer Olympics in Munich, West Germany, was overshadowed by
Reign of terror in 'The Seventies'
CNN / Posted 30 days ago
of the decade, the Summer Olympics in Munich, West Germany, was overshadowed by the brutal murder of 11 Israelis. In the early morning hours of September 5, 1972, eight members of the Palestinian terrorist group Black September stormed the... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
Reign of terror in 'The Seventies'of the decade, the Summer Olympics in Munich, West Germany, was overshadowed by
Reign of terror in 'The Seventies'
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted 30 days ago
of the decade, the Summer Olympics in Munich, West Germany, was overshadowed by the brutal murder of 11 Israelis. In the early morning hours of September 5, 1972, eight members of the Palestinian terrorist group Black September stormed the... Read more

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