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NBA Preview: Which team will take the East?
... also join two other bonafide All-Stars – Kevin Love and Kyrie Irving – and a cast of promising youngsters and battle-scarred veterans. Now, isn’t that a really formidable ball club one has...
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Broncos' Julius Thomas Making It Look Easy
... become second nature. "It's the same with catching the ball," Gonzalez said. "And a lot of young receivers or tight ends, they don't get that. They think they can go out there and have three,...
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... was never a nebbish, never that shlub in his classic standup routine who goes to an interfaith camp “where I was sadistically beaten by boys of all races and creeds.” He was a good athlete at...
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The Celtics Won't Wind Up Surprising Us, Will The...
Brothers to know that plenty of work still remains. Despite lots of roster churning over the summer, the Celts� inability to make a blockbuster move pretty much ensured that this season would...
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Lehigh defensive lineman T.J. Stubbs back playing...
... his wrist, a beating pulse that's been weighed on heavily over the 19 years of T.J. Stubbs' life. "Football's always been that thing where I could put a face on what I'm going through and...
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Disability Awareness Month Local Hero Travis Rick...
... had cancer in his right leg, he was a star football athlete in high school. Sports were his life. Later, when he had to make the decision whether or not to amputate the leg because his...
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For Enes Kanter, the time is now
... pick in the 2011 NBA Draft, he’s in a contract season. The Jazz are negotiating with him and his camp on an extension. But if one isn’t reached during the next two weeks — and at the moment that...
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Man and dog return home after grand adventure
... adventurer, author and filmmaker has an almost unquenchable thirst to experience life off the beaten track. He has ridden a bicycle across Russia to China, rowed a boat through...
Read more at Illawarra Mercury
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University of Wollongong
Surviving the 'Murdered Child's Club'
... Charlottesville, Virginia, where she was attending a rock concert on the University of Virginia campus. One-hundred-and-one excruciating days later, the 20-year-old's skeletal remains were...
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Centenarians share secrets to a long life
As a young girl, Downing Jett Kay danced to music played on a Victrola and watched Model T's drive through the streets of Baltimore. She wore her hair in a flapper's bob as a member of Forest Park...
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Franson still a Leaf thanks to next door neighbour
... scuttlebutt that crops up around the Maple Leafs. But that became an impossible task this summer when the team attempted to deal him to Montreal. “That rumour kind of landed right on my...
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John Luke Robertson on his engagement to Mary Kat...
... marriage last is something much deeper than physical attraction. "Some people say we are too young. I have heard all the stories and all the advice," he says. "I have come to the conclusion...
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They brought camp to their home: Couple stepped u...
... in September — but Jesse Pallas has already endured more trauma than most people experience in a lifetime. The Miller Place youngster is fighting a second battle with leukemia, including another...
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American Cancer Society
Long Summer Finally Ends for NBA Coaches
One of the biggest storylines in every NBA training camp is what players did during the summer to prepare for the upcoming season. But what about those other guys on the bench—you know, the coaches?...
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Ottawa Valley hunters going wild for whitetails
... now for the past 34 years. From that very first season when my father invited me to deer camp with the men, I was hooked instantly. It was a tumultuous and exciting time for a young...
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Parish pump Uckfield - October 17, 2014
... BGT Trophy. All proceeds to the church restoration fund. TEA: The Burwash Not So Young club invite you to join them tomorrow, Saturday, afternoon at the village hall for their sale...
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A Ride Down Paradise Road
... news, the past three weeks have been the best in the history of the state. In the real life, beneath the surface of feel-good narratives, millions of dollars are at stake. Everything...
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Osborne a medalist at Byron Invitational
Medically, this means that Kyle has not achieved developmental milestones at the pace most youngsters do in language, intellect and motor skills. The sport of cross country running is...
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Joan of Arc – feminist icon?
... and English invasion that, between them, were tearing her beloved France apart. But in the summer of 1429, by then in her 60s, she emerged one last time from a decade of literary silence to...
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Artist Vincent Fantauzzo explains what he loves a...
... wife), doing things on the farm. It clears my head a little and makes me think about my own life and art. There's Hanging Rock, Mount Macedon and forests all around. I love it because it snows...
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