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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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