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The Mercury News
Level playing field for girls? Some California schools just won’t sayLacrosse came to Avonna Usher, a 16-year-old junior at Granite Bay High School
The Mercury News / Posted 9 days ago
Lacrosse came to Avonna Usher, a 16-year-old junior at Granite Bay High School northeast of Sacramento, the way sports come to many young athletes – at school. The pure pleasure of hurling a 40-yard pass has driven her to attack her learning... Read more
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Los Angeles Daily News
Level playing field for girls? Some schools just won’t sayLacrosse came to Avonna Usher, a 16-year-old junior at Granite Bay High School
Los Angeles Daily News / Posted 9 days ago
Lacrosse came to Avonna Usher, a 16-year-old junior at Granite Bay High School northeast of Sacramento, the way sports come to many young athletes — at school. The pure pleasure of hurling a 40-yard pass has driven her to attack her learning... Read more
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San Gabriel Valley Tribune
Level playing field for girls? Some schools just won’t sayLacrosse came to Avonna Usher, a 16-year-old junior at Granite Bay High School
San Gabriel Valley Tribune / Posted 9 days ago
Lacrosse came to Avonna Usher, a 16-year-old junior at Granite Bay High School northeast of Sacramento, the way sports come to many young athletes — at school. The pure pleasure of hurling a 40-yard pass has driven her to attack her learning... Read more
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Long Beach Press-Telegram
Level playing field for girls? Some schools just won’t sayLacrosse came to Avonna Usher, a 16-year-old junior at Granite Bay High School
Long Beach Press-Telegram / Posted 9 days ago
Lacrosse came to Avonna Usher, a 16-year-old junior at Granite Bay High School northeast of Sacramento, the way sports come to many young athletes — at school. The pure pleasure of hurling a 40-yard pass has driven her to attack her learning... Read more
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San Bernardino Sun
Level playing field for girls? Some schools just won’t sayLacrosse came to Avonna Usher, a 16-year-old junior at Granite Bay High School
San Bernardino Sun / Posted 9 days ago
Lacrosse came to Avonna Usher, a 16-year-old junior at Granite Bay High School northeast of Sacramento, the way sports come to many young athletes — at school. The pure pleasure of hurling a 40-yard pass has driven her to attack her learning... Read more
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Pasadena Star-News
Level playing field for girls? Some schools just won’t sayLacrosse came to Avonna Usher, a 16-year-old junior at Granite Bay High School
Pasadena Star-News / Posted 9 days ago
Lacrosse came to Avonna Usher, a 16-year-old junior at Granite Bay High School northeast of Sacramento, the way sports come to many young athletes — at school. The pure pleasure of hurling a 40-yard pass has driven her to attack her learning... Read more
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Inquirier.net
35 hours on the Coast Starlight–one of America’s most beautiful train ridesroute took us across three states—Washington, Oregon and California—with stops
Inquirier.net / Posted 11 days ago
route took us across three states—Washington, Oregon and California—with stops including Seattle, Tacoma, Portland, Eugene, Sacramento, San Francisco Bay Area, Santa Barbara and Los Angeles. After just a few hours, the Coast Starlight felt like... Read more
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Zero Hedge
China’s Shift Towards California’s Gold Mountainand a half. Chinese immigrants departed en mass to seek fortune in California's
Zero Hedge / Posted 13 days ago
and a half. Chinese immigrants departed en mass to seek fortune in California's Gold Rush and provided the muscle for the Union Pacific during the construction of the Transcontinental Railway. In recent history however, China's involvement in... Read more
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Zero Hedge
California One Step Closer To Becoming A Sanctuary StateCalifornia is once again seeming to prove it wants to be its own nation as legi
Zero Hedge / Posted 18 days ago
California is once again seeming to prove it wants to be its own nation as legislators in Sacramento have pushed SB 54, the so-called "Santuary State Bill", one step closer to reality after it "sailed through" the Assembly Judiciary Committee. The... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Bill Evers, SF environmentalist and attorney, dies at 90in Washington. While there in 1957, Mr. Evers hit on his legacy idea during a d
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 18 days ago
in Washington. While there in 1957, Mr. Evers hit on his legacy idea during a dinner with Jim McClatchy, publisher of the Sacramento Bee. They had both grown up spending summers on the west shore of Lake Tahoe and were concerned about development... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Bill Evers, SF environmentalist and attorney, dies at 90in Washington. While there in 1957, Mr. Evers hit on his legacy idea during a d
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 18 days ago
in Washington. While there in 1957, Mr. Evers hit on his legacy idea during a dinner with Jim McClatchy, publisher of the Sacramento Bee. They had both grown up spending summers on the west shore of Lake Tahoe and were concerned about development... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Nurses attack Rendon, Labor splits, a kid learns about America from SpringsteenGood Sunday morning, and welcome to Take Two, our weekly sampler of California
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 22 days ago
Good Sunday morning, and welcome to Take Two, our weekly sampler of California opinion, drawn from The Sacramento Bee editorial board’s daily opinion-politics newsletter, The Take. Please go to sacbee.com/site-services/newsletters/ to sign... Read more
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Aircraft Maintenance Technology
Horizon Air cutting hundreds of flights this summer due to pilot shortagegot too far off track, and now, we must decide how to recover," Campbell told e
Aircraft Maintenance Technology / Posted 24 days ago
got too far off track, and now, we must decide how to recover," Campbell told employees. "We have established a war room to daily manage potential cancellations." About 17,000 passengers who have already booked flights between Aug. 4 and Sept. 3... Read more
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HITC Sport
Schweinsteiger falls and Nesta shines on night of shocks in US Open Cupmeaning it is guaranteed at least one semi-finalist will a lower division team.
HITC Sport / Posted 25 days ago
meaning it is guaranteed at least one semi-finalist will a lower division team. The other non-MLS side in the tournament, Sacramento Republic, lost to LA Galaxy. Elsewhere, Sporting Kansas City beat Houston Dynamo; New England Revolution were... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Horizon Air cutting hundreds of flights this summer due to pilot shortagegot too far off track, and now, we must decide how to recover,” Campbell told e
The Seattle Times / Posted 25 days ago
got too far off track, and now, we must decide how to recover,” Campbell told employees. “We have established a war room to daily manage potential cancellations.” About 17,000 passengers who have already booked flights between Aug. 4 and Sept. 3... Read more
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The News & Observer
Is calling a member of Congress a federal crime? That’s what these callers say they were toldSome women even dressed as red-robed handmaids of the dystopian novel "The Hand
The News & Observer / Posted 26 days ago
Some women even dressed as red-robed handmaids of the dystopian novel "The Handsmaid's Tale" in p Jose Luis VillegasThe Sacramento Bee Rep. Tom McClintock held a town hall meeting on June 19, 2017, in Jackson, California, and opposing sides... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
With heat easing, shad and rainbow trout are getting better reportsHere are the best places to fish in the Sacramento region, Northern California
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 28 days ago
Here are the best places to fish in the Sacramento region, Northern California and beyond for the week of June 26. TOP PICKS AMERICAN RIVER Shad fishing has been good at Harrington Access, as the American River remains the best bet for that... Read more
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