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Wood Wind Golf Course Focuses on New Offerings • Current Publications

As the name suggests, the game of golf is the centerpiece of the Wood Wind Golf Course. But that’s not the only attraction on the public course at 2302 W. 161st St. Cohoat & O’Neal Management COO Colin O’Neal wants members to know that Wood Wind isn’t just about golf. …

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How visa issues landed Finn Axel Berglund on the Oregon men’s swim team | high school swimming

Axel Berglund was originally scheduled to spend this year in Florida, but complications with his travel visa caused a delay. Berglund is from Finland and was trying to study abroad in the United States this school year. The original plan was to attend school in Florida and live with a …

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Conestoga boys and girls win at Central League Swimming Championships – PA Prep Live

After going through the Central League doubleheaders undefeated this winter, Conestoga’s boys’ and girls’ swim teams easily finished first at the Central League Swim Championships on Feb. 11-12 at Ridley High School. The Conestoga girls had 664 points, more than double the total of second-place Radnor (313). “This caps off …

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West Seattle Blog… | Celebration of Life scheduled for February 5 for Gary W. Wofford, 1939-2021

Family and friends will gather on February 5 to celebrate the life of Gary Woffford. Here is the memory they share with the community: Gary W. Wofford, 82, died Nov. 3, 2021, at St. Clare’s Hospital in Lakewood, Washington, from pulmonary fibrosis. He was surrounded by his family. Gary was …

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The teams of the region enjoy the biggest meeting in 2 years

Concord High swim coach Bill Quinn tells his team that every meet is a gift this season. Friday night’s meet, hosted by Bow at the Concord YMCA, featured 10 high school teams, the largest regular-season meet area swimmers have entered in the past two years. With cheering (masked) athletes and …

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Huntey’s Clubhouse expands to Reed City

REED CITY – With a shortage of available child care centers across the country, area parents looking for quality child care will soon have another option. Huntey’s Clubhouse, with locations in Big Rapids, Morley, and Howard City, will be opening a new location in Reed City in the old Doctor’s …

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The Boys & Girls Club of Saint Helena and Calistoga receives a North Bay GIVES award

Name of CEO or leader of charitable efforts or your group: Trent Yaconelli Their title: Executive Director Address of the company’s head office: 1420 Tainter Street, Saint Helena CA 94574 707-963-8944 www.bgcshc.org As an organization, there is clearly a determination to encourage employees and the company to support nonprofits and …

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The city launches an official solicitation for the redevelopment of the “Diamant District”

An aerial view of the area around the Diamond. (BizSense File Photo) The latest push in the multi-year effort to replace The Diamond and expand the city-owned land around it has now officially launched to the world. The City of Richmond on Tuesday released an Official Request of Interest (RFI) …

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Death notice of Sid Bordman (1923 – 2021) – Overland Park, KS

Sid bordman October 25, 1923 – December 20, 2021 Overland Park, Kansas – Sid Bordman was born on October 25, 1923 in Kansas City, Missouri. He graduated from Central High School in 1941 and Rockhurst College in 1954. Sid met Theresa Barbara Maasen at a basketball game at the Redemptorist …

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Boys Swimming Naperville Central vs Neuqua Valley 16.12.2021

The swimming Neuqua Valley boys take on Naperville Central in a DVC showdown where the Wildcats challenge the Redhawks. This highlight is sponsored by BMO Harris Bank. Let’s jump into the pool at the Neuqua Valley boys swimming for a DVC match. The Wildcats are chasing their second conference victory …

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North Jersey Female Athlete of the Week Relishes the Full HS Swimming Experience

Grace Lee is thrilled to finally have the full high school swimming experience. His competition may feel differently. The Northern Highlands sophomore set the 100 free school record last Thursday and won all four of her races against Demarest. She had no idea she had passed Madeline Wolf’s historic mark …

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Albert Lea’s graduation ring finds its owner after 30 years | Archive

ALBERT LEA, Minnesota — A graduate of Albert Lea High School got her graduation ring back after 30 years apart on Monday. Sandi Wadding was stunned when she learned that a Prior Lake woman, Denise McBride, and her 16-year-old son, Titus Jacobson, had discovered the ring in her newly acquired …

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Changes focused on the community at Yates Manor in Stockade – The Daily Gazette

Changes are underway at 17 Front Street, a sprawling house that housed Governor Joseph Yates in the early 19th century. There are new owners, Chris LaFlamme and Eric Johnson – sons of the late Schenectady Mayor Karen Johnson – who purchased the property in October under CE Biscuit, LLC. They …

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Association leader reflects on year of growth

November 15 – Mandy Anderson was eight months pregnant when she took over as CEO of the Boys and Girls Club at Glacier Country last winter. In the year since taking on the role, Anderson has expanded the nonprofit and her family. It was 12 busy but fruitful months for …

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Our pool is coming back

The IT announcement last month that the land was inaugurated for Sonoma Valley’s new high school swimming pool included a quote from District Superintendent Dr. Adrian Palazuelos: “This will be the Jewel of the Valley.” I know at least one person who would have agreed with Dr Palazuelos – my …

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NOTICE | STEVE STRAESSLE: On distractions

“Yes! Poolsville is open,” I shouted, reading an email on my phone. The news echoed through the hardwood floors in my kitchen. “Please don’t say that out loud anymore. It’s like you’re waiting for a merry-go-round in an amusement park,” my wife said, passing by without interrupting her stride. “This …

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Full esteem ahead // L’Observateur

Two summers ago I spent my days as a camp counselor, first at Notre Dame’s summer fellows program and then at my local church camp. During my stay at Notre Dame, I advised 14 high school girls. Only a few years younger than me, these girls were smart, funny, beautiful, …

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Lead by example | News, Sports, Jobs

– Archive photo of the messenger by Kriss Nelson Kathy Carlson stands near Southeast Valley High School in Gowrie. She is a school board member and sits and volunteers on various other boards and committees that serve the Town of Gowrie. Editor’s Note: This feature was first published in a …

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The best things to do at Nonantum Resort for the whole family

The name Nonantum comes from a Native American word meaning “blessing” or “prayer”. Today it has become synonymous with “family,” and with family in mind, the name fits this historic Kennebunkport resort perfectly. Named one of the best family-friendly resorts in all of New England by Yankee Magazine and winner …

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Sarah Saint James met her new management team on Clubhouse

Adelaide singer-songwriter Sarah Saint James has signed a management agreement with Hutch Collective of Melbourne, Odette’s home. Sarah first reached out to the Hutch team through the Clubhouse social media audio app, where Hutch co-founder Larissa Jane Ryan regularly moderated the music industry. At the time, Sarah Saint James’ single …

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New details emerge in drowning death of Deer Creek graduate

Investigators say an 18-year-old Deer Creek High School graduate who drowned at a poolside party earlier this summer may have accidentally fell into the water or entered by himself after consuming alcohol and marijuana. Emergency responders declared Oluwatoyin “Toyin” Amuda dead at approximately 3:11 am on June 16 in block …

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Redbank Valley High School Reports Fourth Quarter Honors | New

NEW BETHLEHEM – Redbank Valley High School has announced the top honors and honors lists for the fourth quarter of the 2020-2021 school year. The following students were awarded the honors: Joseph Brisson, Elaina Carrico, Marlee Carrier, Karsi Crawford, Noelle Gold, Jonas Gourley, Adelyn Hetrick, Emma Hetrick, Jennessa Kemp, Taylor …

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LCCTC class of 2021 graduates | Local News

The 2021 class of Lawrence County Career and Technical Center graduated on June 3 at New Castle High School’s Taggart Stadium. The Promotion Major was Emily Wynn and the Salvator was Gillian Blount. LCCTC graduates included: Brayden Alberico, Jyah Clark, Jacob Alfano, Brandon Allen, Brooklyn Altenburg, Rhianna Anderson, Zaryab Ansari, …

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DuBois and Brookville separate on the track | Sports

BROOKVILLE – The DuBois and Brookville track teams met on Tuesday, with the two schools sweeping out DuBois Central Catholic in a tri-meet held at Brookville Area High School. The DuBois-Brookville clash was really evenly split, as the Lady Beavers and Raiders each won by identical scores of 91-59. DuBois …

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DuBois Region High School Award | Way of life

DuBOIS – The DuBois area high school has announced its honor rolls for the third term of the 2020-2021 school year. Grade 12: Hannah Allen, Isaac Andrulonis, Julia Bashline, Gianna Battaglia, Caleb Beard, McKenna Britton, Alicia Bryan, Justin Burr, Kayla Butterfuss, Elizabeth Chileski, Jeremy Clawson, Aniela Cortina, Donald Crabtree, Meriele …

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Adopt a Senior Program launched for RVHS | New

NEW BETHLEHEM – In a sophomore year where a high school student’s life is anything but a normal experience, a parent at Redbank Valley High School recently launched an effort to create memories for the class of 2021. Adopt a Senior Redbank Valley High School Class of 2021 is a …

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A shooter in the hills

Pressure intensified to find a suspect. Manwell told me, “He was focused on some lone wolf type.” That summer, a wave of mysterious break-ins of commercial buildings began near the outskirts of the park. Someone was stealing breakfast sandwiches and cinnamon rolls, leaving valuables intact. A burglar was filmed: dressed …

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5 fitness tips to prepare you to become a combat medic

Through the use of slurs, strict discipline, sleep deprivation and controlled explosions, Army drill sergeants transform recent high school graduates and civilians looking for new jobs into trained soldiers. ready to serve in American wars. This transition is, of course, painful – by design. Here are 11 things trainees will …

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Shamrocks Edges Falcons For JV Title | Sports

PUNXSUTAWNEY – Johnsonburg got the only score he needed in the fourth quarter with a 7-6 victory over Reynoldsville in the Central Pennsylvania Youth Football League Junior Championship game on Saturday afternoon at Punxsutawney High School. The defensive struggle saw the Falcons come onto the board first early in the …

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