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Gila Earth Day, Continental Divide Trail Days jointly organized

SILVER CITY – This year, Gila Earth Day will be celebrated in conjunction with the Continental Divide Trail Days from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday April 23 at Gough Park. After a two-year pandemic hiatus, Gila Earth Day returns as an in-person event featuring over 30 organizations and businesses …

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THE SAINTS TELL THEIR STORIES | The online lawyer

Saints celebrate 80-62 win over Clark on 1/26 The Saints have worked hard on the court, and every Mt. Hood men’s basketball player has an incredible story to share. As of Feb. 28, MHCC is third in the Northwest Athletic Conference South Division at 9-4, with an overall season record …

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Is The Flash faster than Superman? Netflix says yes!

DC fans have often wondered if Superman or The Flash is DC’s fastest hero. Netflix’s The Guardians of Justice chooses Flash – without any debate. by Netflix The Guardians of Justice picked a surprisingly simple winner in the current CC debate over who is the fastest of Superman and The …

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Biden to appoint Ketanji Brown Jackson to Supreme Court | News, Sports, Jobs

Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, United States Circuit Judge for the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, poses for a portrait, Friday, Feb. 18, 2022, in her Washington court office. (AP Photo — Jacquelyn Martin) WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden on Friday …

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UM Alums Brock and Alexa Coyle Donate for New Recovery Room

The Coyle family has been a big part of the University of Montana athletic program over the years with Brock Coyle, the American linebacker and five-year NFL player, and his sister Alexa, one of the best football players in Montana history and a current professional. player in Europe. Brock and …

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ALDO pillow slides are stylish, comfortable and on sale at Zappos

Sponsored Content. Us Weekly receives compensation for this item and for purchases made when you click on a link and buy something below. Although we’re obsessed with them now, slides haven’t always been must-have shoes – at least not when it came to looking fashionable. We’d slip on a pair …

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Pat Tyson’s run of excellence persists with GU athletics | Sports

Pat Tyson is a bus driver. When Tyson was named director of cross country and athletics at Gonzaga University in 2008, he not only coached the men’s and women’s team, but he had to recruit, network with alumni and maintain compliance to the NCAA, while trying to raise funds in …

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Motor City Hidden Gems: A 7v7 team uniting young Detroiters

Detroit is known to be a melting pot of different backgrounds, cultures, and upbringings, stitched together to be the largest city in the state of Michigan. Detroit is also known to be a hotbed for high school football talent, combined with the public school system and suburban districts. With easier …

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These college football players will replace top stars who left early for the 2022 NFL Draft

Draft-eligible college football underclassmen faced a Monday deadline to file disclosure documents for the 2022 NFL Draft. Although there is a reconsideration period before final approval of the league, we have a pretty good idea of ​​who is leaving and returning for another season at the college level. Many of …

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Goodbye ‘bargain’: Expiring child tax credits hits home

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — For the first time in six months, families are forgoing a monthly installment of the Child Tax Credit on Friday — a program that was meant to be part of President Joe Biden’s legacy but which has emerged rather as a flashpoint on who is worthy …

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STEPHEN FINNEY | News, Sports, Jobs

Wheeling’s Stephen Glenn “Squeaky” Finney left the depot on a train bound for Glory on September 10, 2021. He was her favorite 69-year-old number. He lived and died on his terms. Steve was born in Martins Ferry, OH on November 3, 1951, the first of two sons of Marvin and …

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Alvin Ailey opening night gala brought us together in dance, beauty and fashion

Alvin Ailey’s opening night gala night was not just a beautiful piece of nostalgia after their return to the stage after two years, but a reminder that COVID had completely torn me from my personal sense of style. Although the invitation clearly stated “gala,” I found myself consistently second, third …

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Bates, Cash statues models submitted for approval

The Arkansas Secretary of State’s Office has submitted photos of the statues of civil rights leader Daisy Bates and country music icon Johnny Cash to the Capitol Architect for approval, which officials hope to see happen in the new year. Under Arkansas Law 1068 of 2019, the state is in …

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Get to know Seahawks linebacker Jordyn Brooks

As a child he was a running back. “As a kid I didn’t play linebacker, I played until my first year of high school. My high school coach was a defensive coach and he always put his best players on defense, that’s what got me going. plays linebacker I like …

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Wayne Thiebaud, famous pop art painter, dies at 101

Wayne Thiebaud at the Jan Shrem and Maria Manetti Shrem Museum of Art in 2016. Photo: Grégory Urquiaga Wayne Thiebaud, internationally known as the dean of West Coast figurative painters and also the originator of Pop art, died Saturday, December 25 in Sacramento, his primary residence since the 1950s. He …

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AK Valley High School Athletes of the Week: Week ending December 18, 2021

Through: Jerin steele Saturday, December 18, 2021 | 6:19 p.m. Submitted by Ryan Lang Submitted Ryan Lang of Knoch recently passed 1,000 points for his high school career. Submitted by Elsie Smith Submitted Fox Chapel’s Elsie Smith is the only returning starter for the women’s basketball team. Previous Following Ryan …

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Bridging the Burlington Northern Railroad Gap – Chicago Magazine

The Burlington Northern railroad tracks, which cut a sinister bend through Chicago’s southwest side, form the most enduring ethnic barrier in this segregated city. In the past, before World War II, Jews lived north of the railroads, Czechs and Poles in the south. Today, the tracks separate the neighborhoods of …

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Berean’s Maddison Stegall is a multisport success story

Maddison Stegall holds the 2021 District Football Trophy. Photos courtesy of Sarah Stegall Maddison Stegall, a resident of Royal Palm Beach and a senior at Berean Christian School, is a rare commodity in the world of high school sports. She has been a multisport varsity athlete since college. While many …

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Three women CAs could be in the running to succeed President Joe Biden

OPINION AND COMMENT Editorials and other Opinion content provide perspectives on issues important to our community and are independent of the work of our newsroom journalists. Vice President Kamala Harris, left, greets House Speaker Nancy Pelosi ahead of President Joe Biden’s speech at a joint session of Congress in April. …

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Human rights in Syria strike at home

Posted: 11/15/2021 09:07:42 AM It was 11:15 a.m. September 30. I was one of the six heads on the Zoom screen. Michael Kane, Micky McKinley, Debbie Shriver and I watched in silence. The four of us formed the Syrian Valley Relief Committee. Sharing the screen were two members of Congressman …

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Roger Paul Magnuson | News, Sports, Jobs

MARQUETTE, MI – Roger Paul Magnuson, 90, of Marquette, passed away under the loving care of his partner, Beverly Matherne and UP Home Health and Hospice, on October 30, 2021. Born September 14, 1931 in Marinette, Wisconsin, he spent his formative years in Menominee, Michigan. In 1940, due to his …

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Christian Darrisaw takes his long-awaited place as Vikings left tackle

In a park adjacent to FedEx Field in Landover, Md., Christian Darrisaw got a first glimpse of a future as big as the oversized 4-year-old playing flag football for his church’s youth program. Almost two decades before Darrisaw impressed in his first start as the Vikings left tackle two weeks …

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Colin Kaepernick speaks in new Netflix series

‘Colin in black and white’ Colin Kaepernick may never make it into Pro Football of Fame, but he’s using his new series to advocate for holiness. The controversial NFL quarterback presents this scripted take-back to his high school days, in which he tackled every kind of discrimination you can imagine. …

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Makena Jarvis, volleyball player at Sturgis East Charter School

Standing at 4 feet 11 inches, Makena Jarvis never considered playing a sport like volleyball, which is usually dominated by tall antlers. However, once she discovered the libero position on the court, she quickly found the perfect location and the perfect sport for her. “Honestly, I didn’t even play volleyball …

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10 things you didn’t know about John Constantine

An interesting trend among the writers of “Hellblazer” is that they also create their own version of the character. Constantine inspired Mike Carey, who wrote issues 175-215 of “Hellblazer”, to create London-based “independent exorcist” Felix Castor, star of five novels between 2006 and 2009, the first of which, “The Devil …

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Raymond Terrace Rugby League loyalist, Indigenous leader Brooke Roach scores goals for troubled youth | Port Stephens Examiner

The rugby league saved the life of Brooke Roach, now the father of Raymond Terrace, Indigenous leader and role model is determined to save the lives of hundreds of young people through sport. “I would have died at 20 if it hadn’t been for the rugby league. Like many disadvantaged …

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New Richmond-To-DC Amtrak Line + Moped Death Expenses: Top DC News

Happy Tuesday, DC residents! Let all of you catch up to start today on an informed note. First of all, the weather forecast for the day: Partly cloudy all day. High: 81 Low: 56. Here are the best stories today in the district: Newly Renovated Franklin Park Shines Over Weekend …

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A man from Dapper South Bend reaches the goal of a store at University Park Mall

MISHAWAKA – Corey McKinney’s clothing store has always had loyal customers. These customers did not always know where to find it. McKinney, a 1993 Riley High School graduate, sold shoes in the trunk of his car. “I’ve been to a lot of different places on the west side, the north …

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Spear Cards 6-under-65 to win medal honors at Flint Hills

Nate Spear has been on the cusp of making a breakthrough all season. As the temperature on the Flint Hills Golf Course soared through the mid-1980s on Monday afternoon, Spear dropped. Really low. The Burlington High School high school student burned the par 71 plot, shooting a 6 under par …

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Spartanburg Day cross country runner ahead as athlete-author

SPARTANBURG – Sometimes at the start of her cross country races, Rose Harmon gets trapped by her opponents. This happens to many in the tight starts of the 5,000-meter race. The messy crowds, the screams of fans, parents and teammates watching with stopwatches and counting places. It’s a waste of …

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How professional runners build and maintain raw speed

There is an old adage in coaching that the best way to run fast is to run fast. This piece of training wisdom reminds athletes to never stray too far from the fundamentals. But the reality is, there is more to it. For professional distance runners Henry Wynne and Abdisamed …

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Barta Family Builds Football Legacy Across Kansas

HOLTON (KSNT) – The Barta family is football. “I have always admired my dad and what he did here at K-State,” said Mason Barta. It started with Roger Barta. You may have heard of him. “When I was born I was at a football game the next day,” said his …

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Push yourself towards the finish line; Homewood High School’s new cross country season begins

Homewood High School cross country coach Josh Donaldson said one of the team’s big challenges this season will be the extra competition. Last year Mountain Brook upgraded to 6A and Scottsboro upgraded from 5A to 6A. So the Homewood team have already seen some aspects of this new obstacle. “Another …

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Former running back wide receiver Demario McCall set to make an impact at Ohio State Secondary

Sixth year senior Demario McCall scored two touchdowns in his first game in an Ohio State uniform, a resounding victory over Bowling Green in the opener of the 2016 season. The fact that one score came in the air and the other on the ground was particularly noteworthy, given that …

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Upcoming events starting July 19 | Sports

The list of upcoming events is a public service of The Times News. Email [email protected], fax listing information to (423) 392-1385, or contact Evening Sports at (423) 392-1323 or 1-800-251-0328, ext. 4323. Include sport, dates, deadlines, location and contact details. Baseball CAMPS • ETSU PROSPECTS CAMPS, for Grades 9 to …

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Barack Obama invited NBA stars to play basketball while veterans watch

Getty Images Barack Obama shared the details of what happened when he invited a team of NBA players to join him in Washington, DC to play basketball while injured veterans watched. Stars included LeBron James and Derrick Rose as well as some retired NBA legends Learn more about the former …

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Home run after running home: Locklear leads Post 5 to sweep

June 25, 2021 Not only did high school baseball teams not have a 2020 season due to the COVID-19 pandemic, they had to wait until the end of the school year to play their 2021 season. When that season finally came this spring, many made it worth the wait. Purnell …

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Some say that payday loans occupy a necessary niche; the proposed reform could have repercussions

(This is the second story in a series on the Las Vegas payday loan industry.) Las Vegas has plenty of flashing neon signs, but not all of them are for entertainment purposes – a signal hope for those involved in a $ 50 billion-a-year nationwide industry. Instead of flashing “girls, …

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Looking for the best deals, the latest celebrity news and the hottest trends? Register now for Yahoo Lifestyle Canada bulletin! The Comeon Women’s Faux Sheepskin Coat is on Amazon Canada starting at just $ 35. Yahoo Lifestyle Canada is committed to finding you the best products at the best prices. …

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