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Prospect Interviews: Justin Robidas and Bobby Orr

Justin Robidas and Bobby Orr have been kind enough to take the time to talk to Canes Country about their time in Raleigh so far and the season ahead. Interview with Justin Robidas Explain to us where you were when you found out you had been selected by the Hurricanes? …

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Razorbacks race in southern Stampede, UA adds Oregon meet

Members of the Razorback women’s cross country team travel to Joplin, Missouri for a 5,000m race Saturday at 8:30 am on the Tom Rutledge course at the Missouri Southern Stampede. Arkansas, which remains ranked No. 6 nationally in the USTFCCCA NCAA Coaching Poll, also added a meet to their 2021 …

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Gregory and Prinsloo take SEC Runner of the Week honors

Shawn Prize September 7, 2021 BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Two Razorbacks were honored by the conference bureau following a perfect scoring team victory for the Arkansas women in the Mizzou Opener. Individual winner Lauren Gregory was named the SEC Runner of the Week while Carmie Prinsloo shared SEC Freshman Runner of …

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Humberto Sanchez of Indiana honored after Kabul attack

At first glance, Humberto Sanchez looks like many young corporals serving in the Marines. He went through one of the army’s toughest basic training programs to become a “strategic warrior” and defend his country. Beside other members of the service in the photos, he was standing, sporting the Marine Camouflage …

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Labor shortage leaves Brookline Recreation with vacancies

Employers are struggling to fill positions amid a nationwide labor shortage, and Brookline is not immune. Across the city, small businesses, restaurants, and even city departments have too many opportunities and not enough applicants. Among the hardest hit is Brookline’s Recreation Department, which relies on part-time and seasonal staff to …

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