Monthly Archives: January 2022

Karrie Thomas relishes last season with Sooners

NORMAN – It would be difficult for Karrie Thomas to avoid walking past her old high school when she returns home to South Florida. The school, the site of a shooting in 2018, is only minutes from where Thomas grew up and where his family still lives. But when she …

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Indiana Football Coaches Association names 2021 Good Works team

The Indiana Football Coaches Association has announced its 2021 Good Works team to recognize players, groups and entire teams who are committed to serving others. As determined by the IFCA, all of the nominees have “served in an extraordinary way and are huge representatives of the power of football to …

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South Korean village protests US plans to modernize missile defense THAAD: NPR

Activists have been demonstrating against a US missile defense system installed in Seongju County, South Korea, since 2017. Protesters stand near the entrance to the base, the site of a former golf course. Anthony Kuhn / NPR hide caption toggle legend Anthony Kuhn / NPR SOSEONG-RI, South Korea – A …

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Rotary Club of Dunedin North Proud of 50 Years of Community Service | North County

DUNEDIN – Never in a million years, local chiropractor Pat Snair thought she would learn how to install a soffit. It was not part of the chiropractor’s job description. But Snair took the hit from Habitat for Humanity while working on a project, and it’s one of his many memories …

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Rex Rust, Co-President of Rust Communications, passes away

CAP GIRARDEAU, Missouri (AP) – Rex Dearmont Rust, co-president of Missouri-based media company Rust Communications, has passed away. He was 52 years old. The company’s flagship newspaper, the Southeast Missourian in Cape Girardeau, reported that Rust died Thursday evening after a year-long battle with cancer. Rust grew up in Cape …

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McManus: $ 16 Million Mistake Means Teachers Likely To Receive Less Increase Than Promised In Additional Pay | Education

As part of the salary plan, 10-month first-year teachers enrolled in the bachelor’s degree program would have received $ 8,200 per year in local supplements, the school district said in a press release. Now that the miscalculation has been discovered, school administrators will present an updated salary schedule to the …

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EHT Police Hope To Solve Stolen Golf Carts Case

Egg Harbor Township Police are seeking public assistance in locating a few stolen golf carts in the Scullville section of the township. (You know, on the golf courses they have golf carts that you can use while you’re golfing ….) Police do not say when the carts were stolen or …

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Boutique Fitness Studios Appoints Jacinta McDonell to Board of Directors

Boutique Fitness Studios has appointed Jacinta McDonell of Anytime Fitness as Director, Board Member and Investor. As the co-founder of Anytime Fitness Australia, a member of the Fitness Industry Roll of Honor Inducte and director of the National Board of The Hunger Project, McDonell’s career promises to accelerate the growth …

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Hoover Council accepts 43 acres of donated park along Cahaba River

Hoover City Council on Tuesday evening accepted the donation of approximately 43 acres of parkland along the Cahaba River to Trace Crossings. Hoover City Administrator Allan Rice said Signature Homes’ donation is the first phase of a donation that will ultimately cover 130 acres, stretch three miles along the Cahaba …

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Discovery treasure hunt in Piedmont offering $ 2,000 in prizes | Food drink

GREENSBORO, NC (January 4, 2022) – Eight local towns and villages and Guilford County have launched the Piedmont scavenger hunt. County-wide 12-month competition will bring over $ 2,000 in prizes to All-A-Flutter Butterfly Farms, Blue Duck, Fleet Feet, Great Outdoor Provision Company, Greensboro Coliseum, Greensboro Science Center, Kersey Valley, NC …

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