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Weston Mercury
Worlebury enjoy a week of presentations and achievementsand afternoon tea for all those who had played in the Alliance League winning t
Weston Mercury / Posted 3 hours ago
and afternoon tea for all those who had played in the Alliance League winning team and those who finished runners-up in the Rogers Cup to bring home the Championship Salver. The icing on the cake was the news that Emma Bourton, who like the team,... Read more
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BC Local News
SURREY EVENTS GUIDE for Oct. 18 and beyondwalking club hosts walks for all ages. First five walks are free, then $1 or $2
BC Local News / Posted 19 hours ago
walking club hosts walks for all ages. First five walks are free, then $1 or $2 depending on type of walk, with socializing after walks. Info: surreytrekkers.com. Surrey Beekeepers Association meetings held on third Wednesday of each month,... Read more
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Cloverdale Reporter
SURREY EVENTS GUIDE for Oct. 18 and beyondwalking club hosts walks for all ages. First five walks are free, then $1 or $2
Cloverdale Reporter / Posted 19 hours ago
walking club hosts walks for all ages. First five walks are free, then $1 or $2 depending on type of walk, with socializing after walks. Info: surreytrekkers.com. Surrey Beekeepers Association meetings held on third Wednesday of each month,... Read more
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Peace Arch News
SURREY EVENTS GUIDE for Oct. 18 and beyondwalking club hosts walks for all ages. First five walks are free, then $1 or $2
Peace Arch News / Posted 19 hours ago
walking club hosts walks for all ages. First five walks are free, then $1 or $2 depending on type of walk, with socializing after walks. Info: surreytrekkers.com. Surrey Beekeepers Association meetings held on third Wednesday of each month,... Read more
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The Toledo Blade
Our Towns Calendar: 10/16Tuesday. Spaghetti dinner, silent auction, and raffle. Donation: $7/​adult and
The Toledo Blade / Posted 2 days ago
Tuesday. Spaghetti dinner, silent auction, and raffle. Donation: $7/​adult and $4/​children. Benefits for scholarships for Rogers High School graduates. ● Birmingham Branch Library programs: 203 Paine Ave.: Maker Madness (school aged children), 4... Read more
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Cloverdale Reporter
SURREY EVENTS GUIDE for Oct. 11 and beyondwalking club hosts walks for all ages. First five walks are free, then $1 or $2
Cloverdale Reporter / Posted 7 days ago
walking club hosts walks for all ages. First five walks are free, then $1 or $2 depending on type of walk, with socializing after walks. Info: surreytrekkers.com. Surrey Beekeepers Association meetings held on third Wednesday of each month,... Read more
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Peace Arch News
SURREY EVENTS GUIDE for Oct. 11 and beyondwalking club hosts walks for all ages. First five walks are free, then $1 or $2
Peace Arch News / Posted 7 days ago
walking club hosts walks for all ages. First five walks are free, then $1 or $2 depending on type of walk, with socializing after walks. Info: surreytrekkers.com. Surrey Beekeepers Association meetings held on third Wednesday of each month,... Read more
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8d
Daily Mail
Ivana leapt to first lady's defense in interview taped last weekwas the last straw for her marriage, since the trust in the relationship was br
Daily Mail / Posted 8 days ago
was the last straw for her marriage, since the trust in the relationship was broken. But since their divorce was finalized, she says she and her ex have been able to start a friendship that continues to this day. Ivana (pictured with Trump... Read more
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The Toledo Blade
Our Towns Calendar: 10/9Oct. 17. Spaghetti dinner, silent auction, and raffle. Donation: $7/​adult and
The Toledo Blade / Posted 9 days ago
Oct. 17. Spaghetti dinner, silent auction, and raffle. Donation: $7/​adult and $4/​children. Benefits for scholarships for Rogers High School graduates. ● Dancing with the Catholic Club Stars sock hop at Holy Trinity Greek Banquet Hall, 740... Read more
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Quesnel Cariboo Observer
Women’s Fall Challenge a success on Sundaywalk (age 50-59) Edie Ferris Candace Burt Tammie Gregory 5km walk (age 60-6
Quesnel Cariboo Observer / Posted 15 days ago
walk (age 50-59) Edie Ferris Candace Burt Tammie Gregory 5km walk (age 60-69) Isabel Lehane Wendy Saugstad Liz Richardson 5km walk (age 70-79) Dorie Havens Rosemarie Shopa Anna Slabbert 5km walk (age 80+) Milly Tressiera Jean... Read more
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Eagle Bulletin
Girls tennis teams head to postseasonthe Golden Knights 3-2 to advance to the quarterfinals against no. 3 seed Lowvi
Eagle Bulletin / Posted 16 days ago
the Golden Knights 3-2 to advance to the quarterfinals against no. 3 seed Lowville. In order to beat HP, the Cobras needed Liz Wolaver to survive a three-set singles battle and beat Madison Brown 6-2, 2-6, 6-3. Katie Knittel routed Skyler Kaelin... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
High School Standout Performers: Sept. 23-2977 at the North State Challenge and was the runner-up at the Mideastern Confere
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 16 days ago
77 at the North State Challenge and was the runner-up at the Mideastern Conference match at Landfall with an 84. Jayla Rogers, Laney: Was the medalist at both matches this week. Shot a 75 at Landfall on Tuesday to win the MEC match, and... Read more
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18d
The Southampton Press & The East Hampton Press
Southampton Library's Beloved Tree Is Granted A Second Life By Woodworkerolder, according to some—had, for as long as anyone could remember, been a fixt
The Southampton Press & The East Hampton Press / Posted 18 days ago
older, according to some—had, for as long as anyone could remember, been a fixture near the entrance to Cooper Hall at Rogers Memorial Library in Southampton Village. The tree looked its age, with gnarled, knobby branches, and pockmarks, bumps... Read more
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Gridley Herald
Table Mountain Golf InvitationalLynn Peterson; 3rd: Score 111- Janet Alves, Karla Dreiss, Joyce Smith, Cilla Ha
Gridley Herald / Posted 19 days ago
Lynn Peterson; 3rd: Score 111- Janet Alves, Karla Dreiss, Joyce Smith, Cilla Haver; 4th: Score 111- Barbara Stohlman, Marie Rogers, Judy Davis, Jane Schroeder; 5th: Score113-Sandy Goble, Joan Royer, Candy Parkison, Kerrie Wood. Second flight: 1st:... Read more
20d
Chicago Tribune
Beautiful surprises are jammed into the No Exit Cafe for 'A New Brain'most of the audience crammed — and the joint was packed to the gills on a sultr
Chicago Tribune / Posted 20 days ago
most of the audience crammed — and the joint was packed to the gills on a sultry Sunday night — into the No Exit Cafe in Rogers Park had never seen this show and were amazed at the emotional wallop they found in its music. It took an uncommonly... Read more
22d
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
H.S. GOLF: MMI's McClellan, Crestwood's Angle win pre-District 2 titlesMaloney, HR 42-51-93 Bobby Wilson, Sem 45-48-93 Zach Evans, Ber 45-48-93 DID
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 22 days ago
Maloney, HR 42-51-93 Bobby Wilson, Sem 45-48-93 Zach Evans, Ber 45-48-93 DID NOT QUALIFY Sean Boland, HR 45-50-95 Adam Rogers, Sem 44-51-95 Dan Rogers, Sem 49-47-96 Matt Williams, HR 45-51-96 Auggie George, Han 50-46-96 Harrison May, Sem... Read more
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23d
The North West Star
MamaMia boss Kylie Rogers favourite for key AFL roleKylie Rogers, the executive who has overseen the growth of Australia's largest
The North West Star / Posted 23 days ago
Kylie Rogers, the executive who has overseen the growth of Australia's largest women's digital network, has emerged as a clear favourite for the AFL's top commercial job. Kylie Rogers, the executive who has overseen the growth of Australia's largest... Read more
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23d
Canberra Times
MamaMia boss Kylie Rogers favourite for key AFL roleKylie Rogers, the executive who has overseen the growth of Australia's largest
Canberra Times / Posted 23 days ago
Kylie Rogers, the executive who has overseen the growth of Australia's largest women's digital network, has emerged as a clear favourite for the AFL's top commercial job. The boss of MamaMia is a hot favourite to replace the recently departed... Read more
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23d
The Age
MamaMia boss Kylie Rogers favourite for key AFL roleKylie Rogers, the executive who has overseen the growth of Australia's largest
The Age / Posted 23 days ago
Kylie Rogers, the executive who has overseen the growth of Australia's largest women's digital network, has emerged as a clear favourite for the AFL's top commercial job. The boss of MamaMia is a hot favourite to replace the recently departed... Read more
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23d
Sydney Morning Herald
MamaMia boss Kylie Rogers favourite for key AFL roleKylie Rogers, the executive who has overseen the growth of Australia's largest
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 23 days ago
Kylie Rogers, the executive who has overseen the growth of Australia's largest women's digital network, has emerged as a clear favourite for the AFL's top commercial job. The boss of MamaMia is a hot favourite to replace the recently departed... Read more
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24d
Ipswich Star
Great East Run 2017 results - see where you finished in the big raceMervyn Cattermole 01.34.58 148 Claire Dann 01.35.06 149 Warren Birch 01.35.08
Ipswich Star / Posted 24 days ago
Mervyn Cattermole 01.34.58 148 Claire Dann 01.35.06 149 Warren Birch 01.35.08 150 Denby Ablard 01.35.09 151 Brian Rogers 01.35.12 152 Alan Jackson 01.35.13 153 Robert Grainger 01.35.17 154 Tom Haslam 01.35.19 155 Richard Laycock... Read more
26d
The Florida Times-Union
Chris’tal Smith, female running back at Jacksonville’s Wolfson High, proves she belongsfirst girl in state history to make an All-State football team as a Class 4A ho
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 26 days ago
first girl in state history to make an All-State football team as a Class 4A honorable mention selection. Last year, Clay’s Liz Fogarty hit a late field goal that wound up helping the Blue Devils get into overtime and beat Palatka, a game that... Read more
26d
The Columbian
High school scoreboard 9/225 aces, 8 digs, 2 kills, 26 assists; Sarah Parker 6 kills, 2 blocks; Bethany Tu
The Columbian / Posted 26 days ago
5 aces, 8 digs, 2 kills, 26 assists; Sarah Parker 6 kills, 2 blocks; Bethany Tuchardt 10 kills, block, 2 aces, 4 digs; Chalize Matson 11 kills, block; Julia Baiar 2 assists, 10 digs; Lilly Hayes 6 digs; Emeline Akengue 2 kills, block Mountain... Read more
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26d
The Florida Times-Union
‘I’m a football player,’ says Wolfson female running back Chris’tal Smith, who ignored the naysayersfirst girl in state history to make an All-State football team as a Class 4A ho
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 26 days ago
first girl in state history to make an All-State football team as a Class 4A honorable mention selection. Last year, Clay’s Liz Fogarty hit a late field goal that wound up helping the Blue Devils get into overtime and beat Palatka, a game that... Read more
28d
Maneater
The Mizzou Store sales drop with changes to increase financial and academic success for studentssales and a 9 percent drop in snack sales. Sales of gift items were up 28 perce
Maneater / Posted 28 days ago
sales and a 9 percent drop in snack sales. Sales of gift items were up 28 percent, likely due to the Aug. 21 solar eclipse, Liz McCune, associate director of the MU News Bureau, said in an email. According to Jim Spain, vice provost of... Read more
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The Williamsport Sun-Gazette
Borough votes to help fix bridgesand officers and employees. Voting were President Jonathan Williamson. Randall
The Williamsport Sun-Gazette / Posted 30 days ago
and officers and employees. Voting were President Jonathan Williamson. Randall J. Allison, Joel Henderson, Bonnie Katz, Liz Miele, Don Noviello and Clifford “Skip” Smith. • The South Williamsport Borough Council voted 9-0 to send an ordinance... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
High School Standout Performers: Sept. 9-15Wilson, Cape Fear Academy: The seventh grader ran a person-best 23:06.90 at the
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 30 days ago
Wilson, Cape Fear Academy: The seventh grader ran a person-best 23:06.90 at the Adidas XC Challenge. GIRLS GOLF Jayla Rogers, Laney: Shot a 39 on the front nine at The Lakes Country Club to earn medalist honors for the third time in four... Read more
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