Big plays on defense lead UNCP to Charleston

UNCP Athletics Taye Vereen (97) of UNC Pembroke holds the ball after it was intercepted in the last minute of the UNCP game against Charleston on Saturday at Grace P. Johnson Stadium. PEMBROKE – In front of the biggest crowd this season on Homecoming, two third quarter games for the …

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Obama pleads with Democrats to – CNNPolitics

Obama, in remarks supporting Virginia Democratic candidate for governor Terry McAuliffe, lambasted his opponent Glenn Youngkin, repeatedly mocking the Republican for a mismatch between how he presents himself and what his politics and his private comments say about it. The former president also criticized Republicans for seeking to restrict the …

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Women compete in all but one of Cleveland City Council’s competitive races, paving the way for fairer representation

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Women take part in all but one of Cleveland City Council’s competitive races this fall, creating the potential for what may be the largest share of female lawmakers in a council who historically and disproportionately, was controlled by men. Among 13 competitive races and 17 seats in …

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Light Up Your Garden With Exceptional Fire Features | Home & Garden

“What I discovered is that people who have fireplaces like them, and then they might want something bigger,” Dillingham said. “With a growing budget, they might decide, ‘OK, I like the smoky, woody smell of gablewood, so let’s make a wood-burning fireplace or fireplace and incorporate the gablewood in there. …

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Utah Football: Utes soars high before game at Oregon State

CORVALLIS, Ore. – Amazing what winning three straight games can do for a program. Utah is experiencing that sense of victory right now, having won three games in a row and rising to the top of the Pac-12 South standings. Not to mention that the Utes are the only Pac-12 …

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Cooters Crab Festival among Tampa Bay Stone Crab Parties this weekend

cootersrestaurant / Facebook Stone crab season – now and through May 1 – has arrived, and there are a few local festivals focused on the delicious crustacean this weekend, from Friday October 22 through Sunday October 24. Cooters 28th Annual Crab Festival, with stone and snow crab specialties, as well …

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Seattle’s Pike Place Market is still heading post-pandemic

SEATTLE – Like many vendors at Pike Place Market, Scott Chang isn’t sure when business will return to pre-COVID normal. Certainly this summer has drawn welcome crowds of tourists and locals to the Seattle open-air monument. Sales at See Lee Gardens, the flower business owned by Chang’s family, are almost …

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City Council to Consider $ 1.5 Million Funding Request for Street Resurfacing

Mike Perry, Hopkinsville Public Works Manager Hopkinsville City Council will consider at its next meeting a request for more than $ 1 million in funding to resurface and pave the streets after Committee of the Whole action at Thursday night’s meeting. Public Works Director Mike Perry said on October 7e …

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Sinema’s advisers resign, calling her “main obstacles to progress”

Five members of Sen. Kyrsten SinemaKyrsten Sinema Police Recommend Charges Against Four Over Sinema Restroom Protest, K Street Income Explosion On The Money – Democrats Consider Tough Choices As Deadline ApproachesThe (D-Arizona) Veterans Advisory Council resigned this week over its opposition to multiple aspects of the Democrats’ sweeping welfare spending …

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Alternative building materials | Roodepoort record

The ever increasing cost of building and maintaining a home has led many South Africans to seek alternatives to traditional building materials and methods. Bricks and mortar are excellent building materials that have stood the test of time. In addition, banks are intended to finance houses built from these traditional …

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