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Finne-Ipsen playing their best at the best time

Finne-Ipsen, who is only three grades (B, A-, A-) from a perfect 4.0 average for his entire college career, was nothing short of spectacular in class. She has twice won the Bonnie Cone Award (in 2020 and 2021) for Outstanding All-Around Student Athlete at UNC Charlotte. The Cone Award is …

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STATE HIGH SCHOOL GOLF TOURNAMENTS: Coeur d’Alene boys third, girls fifth after day one

5A NAMPA – Despite all the experience, there can always be nerves. The Coeur d’Alene boys fired 307 shots Monday and sit in third place after Day 1 of the 5A State Golf Tournament at RedHawk Golf Course. The Vikings are three strokes behind defending state champion Eagle heading into …

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CHS women’s golf, men’s tennis and volleyball teams score wins on Wednesday

Cheshire High School Women’s Golf (8-2) earned a 189-190 win over St. Paul Catholic (8-2) at Southington Country Club on Wednesday. Junior Sydney Hidalgo shot a 41 to finish medalist, while second Sophia DelRosso shot a 45. Senior Mackenzie Corcoran posted a 50 and rookie Olivia Beach had a 53. …

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Turner’s golf tournament counts his sons among participants | Sports

PRATTVILLE — The 25th Annual Kevin Turner Golf Tournament included a new guest host and Turner’s sons, once again reaching record numbers as 77 teams and 308 golfers took part in the event Monday at the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail in Capitol Hill. “Every year, I’m like, ‘Can this …

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5 places to camp within an hour of Portland

It all started with a five-acre grassy patch. The 1922 land donation by Oregon Trail traveler Sarah Helmick, then 99, and her son would become Oregon’s first state park (now part of the much larger Sarah Helmick State Recreation Site). Fast forward 100 years and the Oregon’s …

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Iowa Pacesetter: Spartans’ Peters begins to develop a passion for golf | High School Golf – QCVarsity.com

If Maura Peters needs a pep talk, swing thought or putting advice, the Pleasant Valley High School junior has plenty of eyes and ears in his circle. His father, Ben, was an outstanding golfer at St. Ambrose University and won the Quad-City Amateur half a dozen times. His grandfather, John, …

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Albatross Indoor Golf Club offers players refuge from endless winter – Grand Forks Herald

GRAND FORKS – Andrew Krauseneck, owner of the Albatross Indoor Golf Club in Grand Forks, is perhaps one of the only people in the area with good things to say about the long winter months of late 2021 and the early 2022. “We haven’t had such a long winter since …

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Cut Line: Tiger plays a practice round, Phil plays in the field

In this week’s edition, Jon Rahm finds much-needed form in Mexico, Tiger Woods keeps us guessing and Phil Mickelson remains undecided about his future with the PGA Tour or LIV Golf. Cut made A reset. Since getting off to a strong start in 2022 with a second-place finish at the …

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Brennan helps lead Wake Forest to ACC golf championship | Sports

Leesburg native Michael Brennan earned a clutch point to help lead Wake Forest University to a 3-2 victory over Georgia Tech in the match play final of the Conference Men’s Golf Tournament. Atlantic Coast on April 25 at Shark’s Tooth Golf Course at the Watersound Club in Florida. After Georgia …

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The Life of a Mountaineer – Logan Perkins

MORGANTOWN, West Virginia – West Virginia University Senior Logan Perkins is one of five Mountaineer golfers competing in this year’s Big 12 golf championship, which begins today at Whispering Pines Golf Club in Trinity, Texas. Perkins is also one of three climbers ranked in the PGA TOUR University Top 125 …

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Battiste becomes owner of Eagle Crest Golf Club – The Daily Gazette

In many ways, new owner of Eagle Crest Golf Club, Scott Battiste, has always thought of the famed Clifton Park development, previously owned and operated by the Paulsen family, as his second home. Now he wants his customers to feel the same. Battiste, a 34-year-old Niskayuna native, served first as …

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From “Camp Body” to “Big Bubble” to “Wood-Toter’s Ass”: A Glossary of Scouting Terms

I first got to know about scouts about four years ago in 2018. I was attending a northwest football game and trying to meet some scouts to help me with an NFL draft column which I was writing at the time. So I approached a scout to ask him what …

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LOCAL SPORTS AT A GLANCE | Sports

Kilgore Results Online Now Both Kilgore Secondary School teams were due to play road games on Tuesday night, and both after the print deadline for this edition of the herald of newsand in very different situations. Kilgore Baseball still has a few games left in its regular season, but the …

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As the USFL restarts, a look back at the mad dash of the Washington Feds

Placeholder while loading article actions Before the Washington Federals even played a game, the writing was on the wall. DC’s United States Football League franchise has returned home from its first training camp in Jacksonville, Florida, still having to overcome many hurdles, including the fence around its training ground at …

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Ethan’s Kaden Klumb shares top honors at Southeast South Dakota Small School Golf Meet – Mitchell Republic

YANKTON — Ethan’s Kaden Klumb and Gregory’s Trey Murray finished the day top of the Southeastern South Dakota small school golf competition on Tuesday, April 12 at Fox Run Golf Course, dividing the honors of the boys medalists. Klumb and Murray each shot rounds of 79, with Murray recording a …

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Adorable photos of the golf star couple

By: Jessica Marksbury April 10, 2022 Scottie Scheffler and his wife, Meredith, were married on December 4, 2020. Getty Images Scottie Scheffler’s rapid rise to the top of the world golf rankings has meant a lot of extra exposure for him and his wife, Meredith, who has been by his …

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Region roundup: Liberty baseball strangles FGCU to open series, and more | University

According to staff reports Liberty’s baseball team hadn’t tasted a home win in two weeks. An offensive resurgence, coupled with the blistering start of Garrett Horn, put the Flames back in the win column. Horn struck out nine innings in 5⅓ innings, Aaron Anderson and Derek Orndorff fired off Liberty’s …

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County golf teams see success in 2022 | Sports

The 2021 golf season has been a banner year for high school teams in Oconee County. So far, 2022 is expected to be another notable season for high school golf in the region. Prince Avenue Christian’s men’s golf team finished second in the Wolverine Invitational at Currahee in late March. …

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No. 23 Purdue advances to 5th place in Calusa Cup finals

History links NAPLES, Florida – The No. 23 Purdue men’s golf team recorded the second-lowest round of the day and moved up two spots to finish fifth at the prestigious Calusa Cup held at Calusa Pines Golf Club in Naples, Florida. The Boilermakers finished the …

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Deer Park sweeps District 22-6A Golf Championships

Apparently the pandemic, without size, shape or form, has affected Deer Park High School’s golf program. It was damn good before the pandemic and as evidenced by the District 22-6A tournament at the Pasadena Golf Club, it’s still damn good. With Team Deer Park I boasting the top three medalists, …

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Alliance prepares for the annual meeting | News

Ashland Alliance President Tim Gibbs happily declared, “It’s time to go,” referring to the sale of tickets for the annual meeting of the Ashland Alliance. Governor Andy Beshear and Senior Advisor Rocky Adkins will speak. Adkins can even choose a few strings on an instrument. “They better have a good group …

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Who will replace Ashleigh Barty as world No. 1? Anyone even interested?

There is an opening in women’s tennis. This isn’t a generic invite or tantalizing endorsement deal, but the pinnacle – a chance for someone to grab the world No. 1 ranking, savor it, and fend off challengers with a fiery passion. Pardon the exaggeration, but there is nothing frivolous about …

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Spring prep sports teams eagerly await first shot at state competition since 2019

This spring, Washougal High School athletes will have the chance to qualify for a Washington Interscholastic Interactivities Association (WIAA) State Championship for the first time since 2019. The WIAA canceled its entire 2020 spring sports season and 2021 state championships due to the COVID-19 pandemic. “We want to help the …

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North Carolina teacher resigns after video of him verbally attacking student

Society has come a long way in terms of managing, treating and educating our children. Gone are the days of wrapping a child on his knuckles with a ruler or having immature outbursts against children. Well, it looks like a staff member at Southwest Onslow High School didn’t get the …

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Women’s golf UNK wins 36-hole Classic Pack

PUEBLO, Colo. (Press Release) – The Nebraska-Kearney Women’s Golf Team shot a total of 36 holes of 607 to win the Classic Pack Sunday night in Pueblo, Colo. The 15-team tournament, formerly known as the El Cheapo Classic, was hosted by Colorado State-Pueblo at par 72 Walking Stick GC Due …

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Amazon’s Best-Selling Camping Chair Makes Movers & Shakers List

Amazon shoppers love the GCI Outdoor Camping Chair. Yahoo Lifestyle Canada is committed to finding you the best products at the best prices. We may receive a share of purchases made through links on this page. Pricing and availability are subject to change. It may still only be March, but …

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Morri: TPS vs. TPC – Golf Australia Magazine – The Women’s Game

If money is the measure, The Players is clearly the superior event. Aaron Pike’s winning check after a three-hole play-off at Cypress Lakes was $36,000, which isn’t enough to enroll in the PGA Tour’s $20 million boondoggle purse split where last place earns $43,000. And if you scale the criteria …

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Liberal American cities are changing course and now cleaning up homeless camps

PORTLAND, Ore. — Makeshift shelters adjoin busy roads, tent cities line the sidewalks, tarps cover broken down cars and sleeping bags are hidden in store doors. The reality of the homelessness crisis in Oregon’s largest city cannot be denied. “I would be silly to sit here and tell you that …

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Newsletter | Sports | lmtribune.com

Articles must be submitted in writing and are published chronologically and according to the space available. Information may be filed or mailed to the Tribune office, faxed to (208) 746-1185 or emailed to [email protected] Items should include a deadline or other time element. All articles are subject to change due …

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The 12th Annual Barton Foundation Sporting Clay Shoot will take place April 24 at Camp Aldrich

The Barton Foundation aims to enhance the Barton student experience with its 12th Annual Sporting Clay Shoot fundraiser from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, April 24 at Camp Aldrich, 884 NE 110 Ave. in Claflin. Money raised is used for Faculty Mini-Grants, which Barton faculty members can use to …

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Spencer Torkelson and Riley Greene interview Spring Training

LAKELAND, Fla. — Riley Greene was the Tigers’ 2019 first-round pick, ranked No. 5 overall. Spencer Torkelson was the first overall pick, taken a year later. The two hitters have formed a close bond moving up the Tigers system together and both are knocking on the door to the big …

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BREC Summer Camp Registration Opens March 5 | Ascent

BREC will open online summer camp registration at 9 a.m. on March 5 for East Baton Rouge Parish residents and March 15 for everyone else. Parents or guardians can register in person at the school of their choice or online at webtrac.brec.org for all locations. All summer camp sessions can …

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11-year-old golfer Xeve Perez signs brand partnership with OnCore

11-year-old golf phenom Xeve Perez has signed as an official ambassador with OnCore Golf. OnCore Golf When Xeve Perez was two years old and visited Toys ‘R Us with his parents, he immediately headed for the plastic golf club section. During some of his first days on the golf course, …

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Weekday Planner: 23 things to do in Charlotte during the first week of March

D9 Brewery in Uptown. Photo: Paige Hopkins/Axios Individual Registration for the Stroke Play Golf Tournament Skybrook Golf Club | Registration open until Friday | $90 | Details Why you should go: Register now for the first event of the Queen City Golf Tour season, taking place on March 20. Take …

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Agur Lake Camp raises funds for a new generator – Summerland Review

The Agur Lake Camp Society is raising money to replace an aging generator at the barrier-free camp west of Summerland. Sue Filek, president of the camp company, said the generator was one of two acquired and used in 2017. It is now at the end of its life and beyond …

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Duke women’s golf falters in season opener

Well, it looks like it might take a while for the winter rust to wear off for the Blue Devils. At the start of the post-Gina Kim and Jaravee Boonchant era, Duke ditched the unpredictable February weather here in North Carolina for Melbourne in Florida, where temperatures in the 70s …

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“I’m going to wrap your head” – The collapse of training camp led to one of the greatest results of Liverpool

Fifteen years ago today Liverpool beat a Barcelona star side of Lionel Messi, Ronaldinho and Xavi 2-1 at Camp Nou in the Champions League thanks to goals from Craig Bellamy and John Arne Riise. But before the first leg of the round of 16, Liverpool’s goalscoring heroes had been involved …

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The makings of a sailor

This is the fourth installment of an interview that historian Joe Todd did with Scott Harris on December 26, 2018 in Bartlesville about his experiences as a United States Marine. Harris graduated from Oklahoma Wesleyan University in Bartlesville. The interview has been lightly edited for length and clarity. Todd: How …

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Destined to be a Blue Devil: Heflin gains valuable experience in the fall

History links By Charlotte Tannenbaum, Duke Athletics Communications Student Assistant DURHAM- Rylie Helfin is one semester away from living her dream. The young golfer decided to play for Duke in college. Now a first-year student, she looks back on everything she’s learned since arriving. Heflin’s …

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Men’s Golf Storms Back To Capture Mobile Bay Championship

Bradbury shot a stellar third-round 67 (-5) as he raced through the entire round without a single score over par. He started his terrific game on the third hole, with an eagle on a par four, keeping that momentum going, he birdied on the next par five. Bradbury continued to …

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Veterans for Vets draws crowds to Camp Monroe

LAUREL HILL — When the disc golf course first opened last Saturday at Camp Monroe, Camp Director Gene Joiner wanted to host an event that meant something special to the community. The Veterans for Veterans disc golf tournament was born. The event was organized in conjunction with Dynamic Discs and …

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Auction Benefits Eastside Community Ministry Programs

ZANESVILLE – The annual CHAIR-ity auction in support of Eastside community ministry is being held in two segments this year. An online auction at auctionohio.com is underway and closes at 6 p.m. on February 18. A live auction will take place at 2 p.m. on February 18 at the Secret …

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Still in session – richmondmagazine.com

After two years of pandemic-induced learning loss, school leaders across the region are increasingly turning to an educational innovation that has traditionally been banned in Virginia – sending students to school year-round. . In July, Hopewell became the first school district in Virginia to switch to an 11-month schedule. For …

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Youth football camp this weekend

On Sunday, before Super Bowl LVI between the Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals, there will be a youth football camp at Ron and Mary Brown Stadium. Davis High head football coach Steve Smyte, who is returning for his second term, and his coaching staff will host a Super Bowl …

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Reserve Street Bridge camp is not yet closed

On Friday, KGVO News reached out to Bob Vosen, Missoula District Administrator for the Montana Department of Transportation, for an update on the planned closure of the Reserve Street Bridge homeless camp. Vosen referred to the large chain-link fence that sealed off the area in a bid to encourage those …

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South Aiken sends 7 on National Signing Day | Sports

South Aiken High School celebrated National Signing Day in a crowded library on Wednesday, as seven student-athletes signed on to continue their academic and athletic careers. Ally Bollig (Vanderbilt soccer), Jacob Butler (USC Aiken baseball), De’Maurion Ginn (Newberry soccer), Lindsey Greene (Spartanburg Methodist golf), Brylee Harriell (Newberry cheerleading), Leo Myers …

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Armand Apa Obituary (1934 – 2022) – New Cumberland, PA

Armand S. Apa, Sr., 87, of New Cumberland, formerly of Lewisberry, Camp Hill and Harrisburg died in eternal life with Jesus Christ on Friday, January 28 at his home surrounded by his family. He was born July 2, 1934 in Harrisburg to the late Charles and Sara (Leonzo) Apa. He …

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Curley J. Jett | News, Sports, Jobs

Curley J. Jett, 77, of Williamsport died on Monday January 24, 2022 at UPMC Susquehanna, Williamsport. He was married to ex Dianna (DeVaughn), who survives, and they shared 7 years of marriage. Curley was born September 29, 1944 in Hartsville, SC and was the son of the late Leroy Ketter …

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Georgia Golf’s Chris Haack loves knocking out PGA Tour winners

Haack was talking on the phone from California, where he was with his last group of Bulldogs. Ranked No. 13 this year, they were competing in the Southwestern Invitational at the North Ranch Country Club in Westlake Village, Calif. They finished fourth. A Georgia coach since 1996, Haack has been …

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Inside Man Utd stars’ winter vacation, from Dubai golf to Ronaldo’s private nutritionist

Ralf Rangnick gave the Man Utd players a week off before they return to training this weekend and there have been a variety of breaks taken – with Dubai a popular destination Video loading Video unavailable The video will start automatically soon8to cancel play now Rangnick comments on Martial’s future …

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Five things to know: Torrey Pines

3. REDEFINE THE ‘DRIVER’ The term “driver” once meant something completely different in Torrey Pines. After Camp Callan, the land was redeveloped to build a grand prix racetrack, hosting motor racing competitions that included some of the biggest names in driving. Among them was Carroll Shelby, played by Matt Damon …

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Saudi Newcastle training camp will be another ‘sportswashing’ PR stunt

It’s a business event, okay? As far as Eddie Howe and everyone at Newcastle United are concerned, it’s “work training camp, … training and working and playing a game”. He didn’t want it any other way. Hard work is Howe’s mantra. It’s not all work, work, work – he knows …

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Deckers joins the Duke Football program

Soccer 20/01/2022 14:40:00 History links DURHAM – Duke’s Head Coach Mike Elko announced Thursday that long snapper Evan Decker signed a financial aid agreement to attend the institution and join the Blue Devil football program. Deckers recently enrolled at Duke and is focused on the continuing education program. He previously …

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Winsted Business Owner Opens Virtual Golf Training Center

WINSTED – Shane Centrella loves to play golf. He and his wife, Shannon, own Rooted Market on Main Street and have focused their energy on improving the store’s offerings and attracting more customers. But when he’s not working at Rooted, Centrella is probably thinking about golf, talking about golf, and …

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Ave Maria ranks among the top 25 planned communities nationwide

According to their annual reports, two leading national real estate consulting firms, RCLCO Real Estate Consulting and John Burns Real Estate Consulting, have named Ave Maria, Florida one of the top 25 planned communities for sale in the United States. Ave Maria had a record 646 new home sales in …

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Obituary: George Henry Musk – Portland Press Herald

George Henry Musk George Henry Musk 1959 – 2022 KENNEBUNKPORT – Beloved son of Carol Sue (Hagerthy) Musk and the late Harry B. Musk, passed away peacefully on January 10, 2022 in his sleep overnight. George was born on 14th January 1959 and grew up in Bath on Green Street …

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Mary Henderson Obituary (2022) – Washington, Pennsylvania

Mary Louise Engle Henderson, 96, formerly of Weirton, W.Va., died on Sunday January 9, 2022 in Newark, Ohio. She was born on February 2, 1925 in Washington, Pennsylvania, to the late Glenn and Helen Davis Engle. She graduated from Trinity High School in 1943 and was a clerk for the …

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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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Obituary of Cynthia Kay (Rounds) “Cindy” Huff

Peacock-Larsen Funeral Home Cynthia Kay (Rounds) “Cindy” Huff Cynthia Kay (Rounds) “Cindy” Huff, 68, died on December 17, 2021 at the Center of Park West in Pueblo with her daughter, Heather by her side. She was born on May 6, 1953 in La Junta de Kenneth and Dortha (Carnal) Rounds. …

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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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Icons of Oklahoma, General Jerry Holmes and Vince Orza

General Jerry Holmes spoke about foreign policy with Anwar Sadat. Vince Orza won the Oklahoma governor primary in every party. Trish the Dish and I have had great visits with both Fridays. One of the best things about traveling isn’t just seeing cool things. It’s reconnecting with great people. That …

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STUDENTS OF THE WEEK (January 1-7, 2022) | Extra Quarter

Sponsored by Sunrise Optimists and Neighborhood Extra Edin Mujagic, son of Duzela and Husejn Mujagic, is a sixth year student at Scott Middle School. Edin was nominated to be a leader in class discussions, to be a role model of positivity, and to be responsible and respectful. He notably received …

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National park to use former peninsula golf course as a revenue-generating campsite

Regarding the Dec. 5 report on Cuyahoga Valley National Park acquiring 207 acres of taxable land in Peninsula Village (“Force of nature”), I doubt the huge park actually needs the prairie acreage. flat of the old golf course. The park already contains many miles of trails and thousands of acres …

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Golf is a family affair for Spurs’ Doug McDermott

When or: 7:30 p.m. Monday, AT&T Center TV / radio: BSSW; 1200 AM, 1350 AM (Spanish), 107.5 FM (Spanish) PROBABLE ENTRIES Jazz: PG Mike Conley (6-1, 15th), SG Jordan Clarkson (6-5, 8th), SF Bojan Bogdanovic (6-8, 8th), PF Royce O’Neale (6-6, 5th), C Rudy Gobert ( 7-1, 9th) Spurs: PG …

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Mark your calendar: December 23-29

Submit your list of events to dailyherald.com/share; the deadline is two weeks before the event date or the registration deadline. Note: Things are moving quickly with the appearance of the COVID omicron variant, so keep an eye out for updates, cancellations, and vaccine / mask requirements. In progress “It’s a …

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What comes next for Tiger Woods, no one knows

ORLANDO, Florida – Not knowing exactly how this week would go, Joe LaCava decided to head to Florida a few days earlier. After a year of virtual inactivity, Tiger Woods’ caddy wanted to get out of the house. Playing golf with his son, Joe Jr., and soaking up the sun …

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Macdonald of Winchester, new president of Mass Golf | Middlesex East

Mass Golf has a new Chairman of its Board of Directors and is a local member of the Winchester Country Club. Alan Macdonald, 77, succeeds Thomas Berkel. Macdonald was previously Treasurer and Vice-President since joining the Board of Directors in 2007. “I have always been delighted to have the chance …

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Charles Monroe Litel – American Press

With a wink and a beaming smile, Charlie Litel made the world a better place. Known for his compassion for others, his intelligence, his purposeful demeanor and his willingness to listen, Charlie was quick to help others and sincerely wanted to get to know them. He was selfless in his …

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New podcast featuring Moore County to launch in January | News

The Pinehurst, Southern Pines, Aberdeen Area Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) today officially announced a new bi-monthly podcast scheduled to launch on January 4, 2022. The Paradise in the Pines podcast will be hosted by Phil Werz, President and CEO of CVB, and will present guests and topics related to …

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Joan Shannon obituary (1933 – 2021) – Bakersfield, CA

JOAN VERNA SHANNON November 13, 1933 November 19, 2021 It is in loving memory that the Shannon family share the passing of their devoted wife, mother, grandmother and educator Joan Verna Shannon on November 19, 2021, at the age of 88. She was the only daughter of Charles and Letha …

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South African expat based in Dubai triumphs over physical challenge and climbs Mount Everest base camp

Shelvin Kraemer, a South African expatriate from Dubai with a permanent disability, takes on the challenge of reaching Mount Everest base camp. Image Credit: Dubai: Shelvin Kraemer, 43, a South African expatriate from Dubai with a permanent disability has just reached the base camp of Mount Everest (5,364 meters, 17,598 …

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KSHSAA Announces Hall of Fame Class of 2022

Sports Written by: Press release Date of publication: 08-12-2021 Five individuals have been selected to be inducted into the Kansas State High School Activities Association Hall of Fame Class of 2022. The awards will be presented in 2022 in conjunction with a KSHSAA sponsored state function / championship, or locally …

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Locally: Elyse Bennett, senior from Washington State, selected to All-American Second Team

Washington State in fifth grade Elyse Bennett capped an outstanding season being named the 2021 NCAA Division I Women’s All-American Second Team by United Soccer Coaches, just the third Cougar in program history to earn the honor. Bennett, who joins Morgan Weaver (2019) and Micaela castin (2013) as All-Americans, is …

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Minnesota student-athletes enjoy brand under new NCAA rules

For just $ 10, Parker Fox, a University of Minnesota basketball player, will sell you a personalized video. He started supporting local businesses on his Instagram. The 6-foot-8 forward is even making deals with campus restaurants to promote his name – “Parker Fox Loaded Tater Tots” will soon be on …

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High school sports: Mexican Jacob Hill breaks school record in first season as a kicker | Oswego County

MEXICO – If Jacob Hill decides to play the lottery, his best bet would be to use the 9-2-3 streak in his selection of numbers. The Mexico City high school student recently completed his first and only season as a college football kicker by converting 36 of 39 extra point …

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Even Rory McIlroy, PGA Tour PAC President, Believes Players Should Be able to Compete Where They Want | Golf News and Tour Information

NEW PROVIDENCE, Bahamas — The PGA Tour’s talking point these days is other tours. There’s Greg Norman’s LIV Golf Investments, which is injecting $ 200 million into the Asian Tour and caused a stir by announcing that it had prompted a few dozen of the world’s best to compete in …

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Toys, for girls and boys: Thousands of Harrisburg children will receive Christmas presents thanks to Harrisburg marine reserves

The sergeant major of the marine reserve. Edel Castillo kicked off this year’s Toys For Tots annual campaign at a time when many were focusing more on that latest dip in the pool than holiday giveaways. The Harrisburg Marine Reserve Unit campaign officially began on October 1. However, a few …

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Four generations: the Nicoson legacy

Angus Nicoson coaches the Indiana Central University basketball team in a game. (Photo provided by the University of Indianapolis Athletics) Going back to the head coach and eating pizza with the coaching staff after soccer games is not something most kids experience. University of Indianapolis men’s and women’s golf coach …

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Brooks Koepka defeats Bryson DeChambeau in made-for-TV game | Golf

Whether this will resolve their feud once and for all remains to be seen, but Brooks Koepka beat Bryson DeChambeau 4 and 3 in a 12-hole edition of “The Match” on Friday at Wynn Golf Club in Las Vegas. The bitter rivalry of the players grabbed the headlines in the …

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“Christmas Vacation” at Camp Landing | New

CANNONSBURG A unique event that includes the presentation of an all-time Christmas classic is scheduled for Saturday. The Camp Landing cinema will show “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation” and offer a few extras with the price of admission. Camp Landing will air the film on the big screen and has partnered …

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Church Christmas tree lot supports children and competes for the sale title

“You can see how buying a Christmas tree, in this case, can change a child’s life,” Jaime Milford said. She is the mother of a young cancer survivor and founded the Victorious Reagan & Friends Foundation to provide financial assistance to families affected by childhood cancer. The “BUY A TREE. …

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Arkansas places eighth at NCAA Championships with a pair of All-Americans

TALLAHASSEE, Florida – Arkansas finished in eighth place at the 2021 NCAA Championships on Saturday. Lauren Gregory led the Razorbacks over the 6,000m distance in Apalachee Regional Park while Isabel Van Camp joined her for All-America honors. Entering the competition ranked No.7, Arkansas scored 328 points and Gregory finished 19e …

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BYU cross country competing for national titles in Florida | News, Sports, Jobs

BYU’s Conner Mantz prepares to cross the finish line of the West Coast Conference Men’s Cross Country Championships at Timpanogos Golf Course in Provo on Friday, November 12, 2021. (Photo courtesy BYU) The BYU men’s and women’s cross country are preparing to compete in the NCAA Cross Country Championships at …

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No.7 Razorbacks ready to fight at NCAA Championships

The No.7 Razorbacks return to Florida State’s Apalachee Regional Park for Saturday’s NCAA Championship race, which will be broadcast live on ESPNU starting at 9 a.m. (CT). The women’s 6,000m event will start at 9:20 am CT. This is the 34th time a team from Arkansas has competed at the …

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Further expansion of the Watersound hotel and facilities planned for 2022

WALTON COUNTY, Fla. (WMBB) – A five-year-long Watersound development is approaching the finish line. The $ 70 million project will include a new hotel, as well as a major amenities expansion near Camp Creek Golf Club. The Watersound Camp Creek expansion began in 2019 and when completed would include the …

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The secret of the old trophy

It could be a Nancy Drew book called “The Secret of the Old Trophy” or maybe an Ellery Queen novel called “The Loving Cup Mystery”. Millie Neiman Korach’s antique vase has a curious past. For decades Akron’s wife, 96, has used the silver container to display fresh flowers. This is …

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Best Tenerife hotels in 2022

Meliá Hacienda Del Conde / Booking.com Magnificent weather, spectacular beaches and a pair of volcanic national parks, the Canary Island of Tenerife is a tempting destination for a sunny getaway any time of year. BEST HOTELS IN TENERIFE From the snow-capped peaks of El Teide, the highest mountain in all …

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Ten of the best campgrounds in New Zealand

The camp The Camp, Lake Hāwea offers cabins, safaris and bell tents. Camping has come a long way since the days of sheltering under a tarp on uneven grass; summer vacation parks are now equipped with everything from cozy villas and safari tents to outdoor pizza ovens and swim-up bars. …

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The strategists who made the “Youngkin Republican”

On maintaining the “local” race: “In a gubernatorial race, if you go knock on a door and say, ‘I’m running for governor,’ they’ll say, ‘Oh, hey, are you a Republican or a Democrat? Partisanship is usually an early issue. But then they say, “What do you think of education? What …

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Kenneth ‘Pete’ Rukenbrod | News, Sports, Jobs

EASTERN PALESTINE – Kenneth “Rock” Rukenbrod, a longtime resident of eastern Palestine, died unexpectedly and peacefully after an active social morning at The Christian House on Saturday, October 30, 2021. Born June 5, 1929 to Kenneth E. and Pauline Ashbaugh Rukenbrod, Pete was the third generation owner / operator of …

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1030 golf points | Golf

Fore Club Seniors at Greenwood Country Club 1st flight: Jody Pulley, +3; John Angus, +3; Donnie Hershberger, +2 2nd Flight: Ronny Culbreth, +5; Jim Roark, +5; James Davis, +2 Closest to the pin: # 6 Rudy Sullivan, # 14 John Angus Ladies Nine Hole at Greenwood Country Club +1: Judi …

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Arkansas aim for 9th consecutive SEC cross-country title

Arkansas No.15 seeks ninth consecutive SEC Cross Country Championship title and it’s 22sd overall this week in another title defense for the Razorbacks. The SEC Championships, hosted by Missouri and held on the Gans Creek Course, will be broadcast live on the SEC network at 10 a.m. on Friday, October …

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Charities Benefit From Fans Return To Golf Tournament

HARTFORD, Connecticut (AP) – The Travelers Championship announced Tuesday that the June golf tournament, with a limited number of fans in attendance, raised more than $ 2.2 million for Connecticut charities. That was up from the $ 1.6 million raised in 2020 when Cromwell’s tournament was the third post-quarantine event …

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