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Vanden HS families rally to name stadium after Daniel Hughes

VACAVILLE, Calif. (KTXL) — Nearly a year after a high school football player was tragically shot and killed, teammates and other community members are rallying to rename the football stadium in his honor. Holding a giant poster and signs of support for No. 9, Vanden High School football players and …

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Maryland Introduces Legislation Allowing High School Student-Athletes to Benefit from Name, Image and Likeness Rights | Jackson Lewis CP

Maryland State Delegate Jay Walker introduced Maryland House Bill 1431, titled Public High Schools – Student-Athletes – Compensation for Name, Image and Likenessthat would allow public high school athletes across the state to enter into name, likeness, and likeness (NIL) contracts, provided certain conditions are met, including co-signing of any …

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Popular group leaders of Elmira included La France, Hauver, Hager

In her article “History of Music in Chemung County”, Marion Kolb Stocker notes that at the turn of the 20th century, “a majority of local residents, if asked, would probably have said, ‘I don’t know anything to the music ; but I know what I like. What they loved was …

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Wilson graduate Justin Weller puts his name on transfer portal

Wilson product Justin Weller placed his name on the NCAA transfer portal on Monday, hoping to end his college football career next fall after spending five years at Penn State. “Thanks to everyone at Penn State,” Weller wrote on social media. “The past five years have been unforgettable. With one …

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5 Best Chiropractors in Memphis, TN

The best chiropractors in Memphis: The top rated chiropractors in Memphis, TN are: Joint chiropractic – provides chiropractic adjustment to correct vertebral subluxations East Memphis Chiropractic – treating patients in the Memphis area for over 15 years Brookhaven Chiropractic Center – provides advanced spinal correction using cutting edge chiropractic techniques …

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Sense & Sensitivity | Advice

DEAR HARRIETTE: I have two siblings. I am close to one and things are awkward with the other. Over the years I have tried to maintain a bond with my brother, but now I am tired. Depending on her mood when I call, she can be friendly or terse. I …

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A second Christmas clouded by COVID brings anxiety, but also optimism

Christmas arrived around the world on Saturday amid an outbreak of COVID-19 infections that separated many families, overwhelmed hospitals and curbed religious observances as the pandemic was set to spread into a third year. Yet there have been homilies of hope, as vaccines and other treatments become more available. Pope …

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Obituary: Kathryn Marie (Huston) Kane

Kathryn Marie (Huston) Kane ORHAM – CatherineMarie (Huston) Kane passed on December 6, 2021, after a brief illness. Born in Portland to Martin and Mary (Wallace) Huston on December 31, 1933, she grew up in the Libbytown and Stroudwater neighborhoods of Portland with her four younger siblings. Growing up, Kathie …

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The McClure Opera House, Kewanee’s first large public hall

The hard work of growing Kewanee began soon after its founding in 1854. There were houses and businesses to build, water to transport, then wells to dig, fences to install, crops to sow and to harvest, trees to plant – as one of the early Kewaneeans told an Eastern friend, …

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DC Council to Vote on New Wilson High School Name

Wilson High School may soon have a new name. The board is expected to take its first vote on a bill designating the northwestern DC school as Jackson-Reed High School on Tuesday morning. Wilson High School may soon have a new name. The board is expected to take its first …

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Vel Phillips’ legacy continues with proposed name change for James Madison High School

MADISON, Wisconsin (WMTV) – The Madison Metropolitan School District will vote on the name change from James Madison Memorial High School to Vel Phillips Memorial High School tomorrow night. Vel Phillips died about 3 years ago at the age of 95, but she left a legacy. Her son, Michael Phillips, …

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Urban Nutcracker gives a Houston twist to classic ballet, features dancers of color

In the land of blue hats, beautiful brunette girls wearing tights and toe-shaped shoes that match their complexion appear to be taking off during a recent rehearsal of “Houston’s Urban Nutcracker”. They leap in the air and spin around the ground effortlessly. Their bright smiles capture the joy of the …

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What can we learn from Megan Thee Stallion’s birth card

Hot girl in summer? No, that’s quite a Hot Girl lifestyle for Megan Thee Stallion. The hip-hop It girl has won Grammys, released some incredibly catchy songs, and inspired so many to harness the power of their inner Hot Girl. Megan’s music is a love letter to all hot girls, …

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Club News | Club news

The annual Egolf Park fresh pine Christmas wreath and wreath sale will be held from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on December 4 at the Park Pavilion, located at the corner of Main and Egolf Road in Bedford. Wreaths for doors and windows will cost $ 15, while wreaths will …

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Hello, my name is: Brycen Cashin

STEVENS POINT, Wis. (WSAW) – Brycen Cashin is Pacelli’s best offensive player. With 29 touchdowns on the ground, he has the most in the state by three. But the story of the running back in football begins in the family and a long history at Pacelli. As Brycen gallops towards …

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The library grounds are named after Underwood

The park opposite the main branch of the Gadsden Public Library is now named after Dr Clarence Underwood Jr., who returned to the hometown he left nearly 70 years ago to accept the honor. However, while the longtime Michigan State University educator and athletic administrator called it “the highlight of …

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9 benefits of personal training

If you are looking to improve your fitness, you may be wondering if hiring a personal trainer is right for you. Whether you’re new to exercising or the gym is your home away from home, working with a personal trainer can help you achieve your health and fitness goals. A …

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West Side Story’s first official trailer debuts

The first trailer for Steven Spielberg’s West Side Story debuted on Wednesday. The musical, which stars Ansel Elgort as Tony and Rachel Zegler as Maria, is spectacular with roaring dance numbers and a palpable chemistry between the two beautiful lead roles. The film is about two young people associated with …

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It’s true, I had Saturday night fever

I’ve always loved music… all kinds of music. Today people pretty much know me as a rocker, but there was a fleeting moment where I almost had to “pick a team”, disco or rock. It was a difficult time for me, as I was just a second year in high …

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CVHS seniors graduate around the world

She asked her fellow graduates not to let the pandemic and government restrictions “take away all your other good memories from high school.” This year 100% absolutely zero, no doubt, but remember we had three years before COVID to keep in mind. Remember what it’s like to be with your …

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Lifetime Oregonian reflects on 103 years | Local News

As COVID-19 wanes, Gladys Johnston celebrates her second pandemic. Born in Molalla, Oregon, in the midst of the 1918 influenza pandemic, Johnston and her family will celebrate her 103rd birthday on Saturday. She attributes her longevity to one thing: “Staying active. It has something to do with it,” Johnston said …

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Young people, gatekeepers of social media

DAVAO ORIENTAL, May 25 (PIA) – “Young people are the gatekeepers of social media.” The Director General Ramon Cualoping III of the Philippine News Agency (PIA) underlined this during his engagement with the youth of Davao Oriental where he launched his advocacy “EXPLAIN, EXPLAIN, EXPLAIN” earlier this month. He appealed …

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Teaching history at a historic moment

“Is it a directory? The student shouted, pulling out the large booklet that lay casually over the collection of embossed, leather-bound books dating back to the early 1900s. Inside the East High School Museum, my students walked through one of the school’s glass display cases and tried to uncover subtle …

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‘Dance Xchange on Air’ in motion

Halili-Cruz Laiya Ballet School Just before the world came to a halt due to the pandemic, Shirley Halili-Cruz gathered 10,000 dancers to perform “Unity Dance” as part of the Guinness World Record’s Largest Dance Contingent category. The choreography reflected her vision as chairperson of the National Culture Commission and the …

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