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Weston Mercury
Jade becomes champion at Weston for a fifth timeshaken but not stirred and went on to have a splendid day. The winner of the m
Jade becomes champion at Weston for a fifth time
Weston Mercury / Posted 6 days ago
shaken but not stirred and went on to have a splendid day. The winner of the main event, the Cliff Harrison Trophy, was Tony Foster, his 38 point edging out John Yates who had 37. Clive Rides came third with 36, pipping Dave Grant and Paul... Read more
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The East Liverpool Review
Four resilient Bulldogs will represent East Palestine in Stateline Classicprogram's first conference championship since 2002. "Nobody ever stopped belie
Four resilient Bulldogs will represent East Palestine in Stateline Classic
The East Liverpool Review / Posted 6 days ago
program's first conference championship since 2002. "Nobody ever stopped believing because of the confidence that Coach (Tony) Foster instilled in us," Proakis said. "We all knew what we were capable of." The true litmus test for the Bulldogs... Read more
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Salem News
Changing the landscape of East Palestine footballprogram's first conference championship since 2002. "Nobody ever stopped belie
Changing the landscape of East Palestine football
Salem News / Posted 6 days ago
program's first conference championship since 2002. "Nobody ever stopped believing because of the confidence that Coach (Tony) Foster instilled in us," Proakis said. "We all knew what we were capable of." The true litmus test for the Bulldogs... Read more
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Lisbon Morning Journal
Bulldogs had season to rememberprogram's first conference championship since 2002. "Nobody ever stopped belie
Bulldogs had season to remember
Lisbon Morning Journal / Posted 6 days ago
program's first conference championship since 2002. "Nobody ever stopped believing because of the confidence that Coach (Tony) Foster instilled in us," Proakis said. "We all knew what we were capable of." The true litmus test for the Bulldogs... Read more
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The Advocate
Faith Matters:He wants to able to speak to it. He wants to be able to teach it. He wants to b
Faith Matters:
The Advocate / Posted 19 days ago
He wants to able to speak to it. He wants to be able to teach it. He wants to be able to commune with it,” said the Rev. Tony Foster, the president of Bethany College. “He wants us to get in his presence and know truth. … Truth as who he is and... Read more
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The Lexington Dispatch
Salisbury team wins CATT ChampionshipDrew of Gold Hill and David Horton of Albemarle, 15th, with 28.74 pounds, winni
Salisbury team wins CATT Championship
The Lexington Dispatch / Posted 27 days ago
Drew of Gold Hill and David Horton of Albemarle, 15th, with 28.74 pounds, winning $275; and Steve Sink of Winston-Salem and Tony Foster of Lexington, 17th, with 27.98 pounds, winning $250. The championship event had 103 teams. Shawn Williams of... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Herald on Sunday editorial: Drinkers need an earlier curfewSergeant Rod Sue, left and Constable Tony Foster watch outside 1885 bar on Galw
Herald on Sunday editorial: Drinkers need an earlier curfew
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 1 months ago
Sergeant Rod Sue, left and Constable Tony Foster watch outside 1885 bar on Galway Street. Photo / Mike Scott The police and the Auckland Council are locked in a dispute about an hour. The police want city centre bars to close at 3am, the council... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
'I'm his rock and his light. He's the reason I don't fall apart'decision-making until the 20 councils facing appeals have gone through the rigm
'I'm his rock and his light. He's the reason I don't fall apart'
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 1 months ago
decision-making until the 20 councils facing appeals have gone through the rigmarole.Sergeant Rod Sue, left and Constable Tony Foster watch outside 1885 bar on Galway Street. Photo / Mike Scott Collins supports police calls for bars to close... Read more

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