Tag Archives: high school

New Pettisville manager Adam Wagner is community-focused

Adam Wagner, principal of Patrick Henry High School, is set to take over from principal Michael Lane of Pettisville High School. Although Patrick Henry isn’t too far from Pettisville, it’s going to give Wagner a much closer ride and keep him close to his community of friends and family. Wagner, …

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Virginia General Assembly adjourns with unfinished business

But lawmakers and Governor Glenn Youngkin (R) were nevertheless optimistic about the prospects of reaching a consensus soon. “I am pleased with the progress made over the past few days with the budget,” Youngkin said. “I actually want to thank our lawmakers on both sides of the aisle for the …

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Athlete survives excruciating 3-story fall onto pavement in Richmond, and may never run again

RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) – A Virginia man miraculously survived a three-story fall from the balcony of his girlfriend’s Richmond apartment onto a cement parking lot on March 4. Colonial Beach resident Dylan Farinet, 30, is currently recovering from multiple injuries at Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center. Farinet’s mother, Bronwyn Congdon, …

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“Pose” is over, but Michaela Jaé Rodriguez is just getting started

“I am only one regular and shmegulular girl,” says Michaela Jaé Rodriguez. His pedigree would be different. In 2021, Rodriguez became the first trans woman to earn an Emmy nomination in a lead actor category for her work as Blanca on the groundbreaking FX series Pose. In 2022, she added …

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Pull strings and other bad packaging ideas

Whoever designed the pull rope on a bag of charcoal must know that he failed. And it’s not just bags of charcoal. It’s also great bags of cat litter and pet food. You pull the string and it comes off your hand or pulls one of your fingers off, but …

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A new historical museum will tell the story of East Baltimore | Way of life

BALTIMORE — The old black-and-white photo taken in the 1930s shows dozens of children crammed side by side on a raised outdoor platform that served as a bathhouse. The youngsters’ arms are raised skyward and they are drenched by five showerheads placed directly above them. Their clothes – mostly bloomers …

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5 Bucs to watch against Los Angeles

This is obviously the biggest question mark for the Buccaneers. In a fluke game that saw not one, but two ankle injuries to starting offensive linemen, the durability of the brick wall that typically stands in front of Brady is now in jeopardy. Both Tristan Wirfs and Ryan Jensen trained …

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“Brick Wahl:” Elder of the Detroit Lakes Takes the Challenge of Playing Goalie in Senior Year of Hockey

The Detroit Lakes women’s hockey team started this season missing the biggest piece of the puzzle: a goalie. Wahl, who played hockey from a young age, had limited experience strapping on the pads. “I played the backup goaltender for a few U-12 games,” Wahl said. “It was my only experience …

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Beloved movies that likely won’t have sequels

Whether it’s for lack of hype or lack of box office, these cult classics might not have a sequel, from Constantine to The Incredible Hulk. While Hollywood seems to be living on sequels and reboots on their own, that doesn’t mean it’s easy to start a franchise. Many films that …

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Binghamton Police have ordered increased patrols near the school

As shootings, stabbing and altercations continue around Binghamton High School, Mayor Jared Kraham has asked a special police unit to do more in the neighborhood. A 17-year-old boy has been charged with attempted murder in connection with Thursday’s shooting of a student a few yards from the high school. Firefighters …

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Stephen Roland obituary (2021) – Oakland, California resident

Stephane rolandApril 9, 1940 – December 24, 2021Oakland residentStephen J. Roland, 81, passed away peacefully on December 24 due to serious complications from his cancer treatments. Steve’s generosity, faith and ability to see the good in everyone had a positive influence on everyone who came in contact with him. Steve …

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Hill arrives late and helps Neumann pass Troy | News, Sports, Jobs

Davion Hill of St. John Neumann takes a rebound at St. John Neumann Academy on December 28, 2021. DAVE KENNEDY / Sun-Gazette Seconds after making a spectacular flight, Davion Hill soared high in the air and threw an emphatic and decisive dunk. It was a fitting end because the two-time …

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Expensive Homes on the Market in Tucson | Local news

* Photos and 3D tour are of a Savannah model. Domestic packages may vary. Come see this plan at Miller Ranch! Our one-story Savannah plan features 2,534 square feet with 4-5 beds, 2-3 baths, and a 3-car garage. This home comes complete with a stainless steel Whirlpool electric range with …

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Marlboro Boys and RBC Girls shoot top seeds at WOBM Classic

Marlboro (boys) and Catholic Red Bank (girls) won the seeds for the 37e Annual WOBM Christmas Classic taking place December 18-30 at RWJBarnabas Health Arena in Toms River High School North. The Mustangs and Caseys were chosen first by the tournament’s head coaches at the ranking meeting dinner on Sunday …

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5 things Houstonians need to know for Wednesday, December 1

Here are things to know for Wednesday, December 1: 1. Man charged with manslaughter and assault after fatally striking cyclist in north Houston, police say Charges have been filed against a man accused of being intoxicated when he fatally struck a cyclist in north Houston early Tuesday. Ronald Ariel Sariles, …

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Obituary of Patrick Horrie (1949 – 2021) – Princeville, IL

Toulon- Patrick David Horrie, 72, of Toulon, died at 1:45 a.m. on Saturday, November 20, 2021 at the OSF Richard L. Owens Hospice in Peoria. Pat was born March 16, 1949 in Kewanee, Illinois, the son of Virgil Gene and Mary Praxedes (Masterson) Horrie. He married Cindi Stone Clements on …

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Lady Jags fueled by low expectations

Mike Chase doesn’t shy away from the role of an outsider. In fact, he kisses her. After several years of being at or near the top of the Class 7A totem pole, little is expected of the Spain Park High School girls’ basketball team this year from the outside world. …

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College football at Wrigley Field: how the Friendly Confines turned into a grill

CHICAGO – The iconic baseball stadium at the corner of Clark and Addison on the north side of Chicago has hosted thousands of baseball games over its 107-year history. But did you know that Wrigley Field, as it has been known since 1926, has also hosted hundreds of football games? …

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How do you do teen comedies today? Buy a high school.

Chris Weitz, the co-director of “American Pie” and one of the producers of Ms. Cohen’s film, credits the shift to technology that puts audiences in control. “It was one thing when the gatekeepers, usually old fogs, controlled the type of content that was going to be played on the teens,” …

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A tour of the north for mid-century modern junkies | Characteristics

Architecture for the ages By Lynda Wheatley | November 6, 2021 Not that we ever need an excuse to cycle the scenic drives that wind west from Traverse City to Leelanau and Benzie counties, or north to Charlevoix, Petoskey and Harbor Springs. But this year seems very special. A particularly …

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The paving of Highway 24 is considered

80 YEARS AGO: Paving of # 24 freeway from Calmar to Lawler may be possible next year, according to the Iowa Freeway Commission report. Fred J. Carlson Company has just completed the paving of the road from New Hampton to Lawler, a distance of nine miles.… Rural Baker School had …

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Mamaroneck defeats previously undefeated Scarsdale 2-0

SHRUB OAK – They had played a 0-0 draw earlier in the month. Four scoreless field hockey quarterbacks stretched to six quarters as Scarsdale, a Section 1 seed in Class A, and second seed Mamaroneck entered half-time in the Class A championship game Sunday at Lakeland High School without a …

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Read Dr. Dr. LL Cool J Rock Hall’s induction speech

Dr. Dre was 19 and had yet to join World Class Wreckin ‘Cru, let alone the NWA, when 16-year-old LL Cool J released his first single, the underground smash “I Need a Beat.” Cool J, real name James Todd Smith, was a rap freak and hadn’t even graduated from high …

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Freehold Township Wins Shore Conference 2021 Title

BARNEGAT – The Freehold Township women’s soccer team has been one of the most consistent Shore Conference programs in the past 11 years. They have won eight Shore Conference Class A North titles, including this year, during that time frame. They won two NJSIAA Group IV state titles during that …

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More than half of 2021 homicides in Milwaukee remain unsolved

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) – Milwaukee is on the verge of another record year of homicides and the majority of these cases remain unsolved. Nequesia Terrell was 14 and was recently accepted into Milwaukee High School of the Arts. Her mother said life was just beginning for the teenager. “QuaQua was …

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Coweta County teenager narrowly escapes injury when truck hits home

Family narrowly escapes injury when pickup truck drives through house The truck entered the room of a resident of Coweta County. The driver of the truck was cited for lack of track maintenance. COWETA COUNTY, Georgia. – A family in Coweta County is grateful that no one was injured after …

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Bellport defeats Newfield in first win of the season

Jacob Repper The Modern Bellport High School was built in Brookhaven, NY, following the Bellport High School fire in 1963, which was originally located in what is now the college. Bellport High School has thick old-fashioned red bricks that cement the whole building. No steel, metal or copper, just straight …

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Mother-son team is the latest to try to save one of the Berkshires’ historic general stores | South Berkshire

NEW MARLBOROUGH – They have grown too big for their small farm stand, so farmers Peter Chapin and his mother, Jan Johnson, have modernized. They bought the historic Mill River general store. Yes, this general store. The one built and opened in 1840. The one that Dave Herrick ran for …

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Dwayne Gabourel, 15, killed innocent a stone’s throw from his home – Love FM

A teenager was killed in broad daylight on New Road on Saturday afternoon. Police Commissioner Chester Williams said it was not a mistaken identity; instead he thinks 15-year-old Dwayne Gabourel was used to make a statement. As of the news tonight, there is a specific suspect the police are looking …

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Player Spotlight: Ishpeming’s Hailey Hytinen Paves the Way for Future Women | WJMN

ISHPEMING, Michigan (WJMN) – From a young age, Hailey Hytinen knew that dressing for the Hematites was one of her goals. “When I was younger my family went to Hematites games and I joined flag football and at halftime we would come and play and I fell in love with …

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2021 Angel Awards winners inspire community connections

For 14 years, Vegas Inc reached out to our community to identify some of the valley’s most notable philanthropic leaders for the annual Angel Awards. These awards recognize deserving companies and individuals whose visionary leadership and commitment to philanthropic ideas and actions have advanced the lives of those who live …

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Brick Trio to be honored in Memorial Brick-Brick football match

BRICK, NJ – Three people who have left an indelible mark on the Brick Memorial and the Brick Township community will be honored on Saturday when the Brick Memorial hosts the annual Brick-Brick Memorial football game. The game is scheduled for noon at Brick Memorial High School, 2001 Lanes Mill …

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Ohio high school football coach moves vending machine outside refs locker room door so they can sit and think about their bad calls

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) – Keith Dalton and his high school football referee team said they were refereeing a game between Grove City High School and Central Crossing High School last Friday, when after the game they turned are suddenly found locked in the Grove City locker. room. Dalton believes this …

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New book by authors George A. Morrow, Jeannette J. Morrow and Renee Clark “Winds of White Stone” is a gripping story following three sisters facing a formidable threat

FALLON, Nevada (PRWEB) September 20, 2021 George A. Morrow, Jeannette J. Morrow and Renee Clark, three high school friends and co-authors since 2015, have completed their new book “Winds of White Stone”: a warm sequel to their previous novel, “Legacy”. “The Winds of the White Stone” continues the saga of …

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CALVERT L. “THE CHEF” SMITH, 80

Calvert L. “The Chief” Smith, 80, of Derry, Pa., A lifelong resident of the small community of Hillside passed away peacefully at home on Thursday, September 2, 2021 surrounded by his loving family. He was the son of Albert C. and Marian “Burns” Smith, born September 25, 1945 in Latrobe, …

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Mike Copeland: Oak Lodge demolition permit; Patent Law War Room; Busy autonomous emergencies; Main event progress | News from local businesses

Chicago-based Winston & Strawn was founded in 1853 and has nearly 1,000 lawyers in the United States, Europe, Asia and the Middle East, according to its website. Busy autonomous emergencies Paul Hamilton, an executive at Premier ER & Urgent Care, with offices in Waco, Woodway, Temple and San Marcos, had …

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SSN Shore Conference Football Preseason Top 10

What would a new season of high school football be without a preseason top 10 to start the conversation? The Shore Sports Network / Jeep Store Top 10 is back and with the start of the 2021 season, it’s time to present our initial Shore Conference rankings. These are, of …

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Berea school board approves $ 168,000 modification order for paving work

BEREA, Ohio – Pavement projects in the School district of the city of Berea resulted in a change order of $ 168,000 for work performed by the Ohio Paving and Construction Company. The Berea Board of Education approved the expense at its regular meeting on August 16. The OPCC modification …

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The Northland couple happily sharing their fruitful harvest

It is sometimes difficult to catch Caroline and John Locke at home. “We only come home to clean ourselves”, jokes Caroline, because when they are not in the garden, they often sail on the steel yacht which is their other passion. Combining the maintenance of a productive 2 hectare garden …

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Will there be a charge for this university degree?

Most four-year degrees pay off by paving the way for graduates to recoup the cost of their studies relatively quickly, new analysis shows. But this is especially true for some programs, while others may offer little economic benefit over a high school diploma. The findings are part of a report …

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Obituary of PATRICIA CLEAR (1924 – 2021) – Washington, DC

CLEARY PATRICIA AGNES HANLEY CLEARY Wife of the late Timothy F. Cleary, mother of six, grandmother of 14 and great-grandmother of eight, passed away peacefully on Monday August 16, 2021 at her summer home in Stone Harbor, New Jersey with family by their side. Known to many as Pat and …

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ELIZABETH BAKER (1932 – 2021) Obituary – Stone Creek / beach City, OH

Elizabeth M. “Betty” Baker 89, of Stone Creek, formerly of Beach City, beloved mom, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister and aunt, passed away peacefully, early last Tuesday morning, August 3, 2021. Born June 8, 1932 in Rock Creek, Ohio, daughter of the late Harry and Regina (Rice) Grant, Betty graduated from the …

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Jalen Duren, number one in the 2022 class, chooses Memphis

(Photo: Brian Rothmuller, Getty) Penny hardaway and his staff have done it once again. The n ° 1 player in the general classification of the 2022 category, Jalen Düren, made his commitment in Memphis. Needless to say, this is absolutely huge for the future of the Memphis basketball program. Duren …

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Mural by artist Mitchell lights up downtown

Artist Mitchell’s latest work which can be seen along the brick wall of the 2nd and Lawler store stands out in downtown Mitchell and has caught the attention of many community members and travelers passing through the region. The downtown candy and toy store wall mural features a pair of …

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Greg McElroy calls for Willie Taggart v FAU game against Florida State

Building on Florida and UCF’s upcoming three-game series, ESPN college football analyst Greg McElroy has another Sunshine State game he’d like to see in the near future pitting a Power 5 schedule against each other. to a hope within the group of 5 ranks. Florida State-FAU, McElroy says, would be …

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Bensalem condo complex left uninhabitable after flash floods in Bucks

Outside her waterlogged condominium on the first floor on Tuesday morning, Patricia Wansaw pierced the thick and still humid air with her cries. “It’s all gone. I do not know what to do. It’s horrible. A step inside her front door, her feet sunk into a dirty, soaked carpet. A …

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Bessie Lee-Cappell: Breaking down barriers on baby inventions

If believing in yourself and leading the way to success could inspire others, then Philadelphia-born Bessie-Lee Cappell would be a trailblazer in setting an example of what crossing barriers can look like. One of seven siblings, mother of three, inventor and patent owner of the Brush Bib, and owner of …

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Friends and Relatives: Brian Mann

This column serves as a spotlight, highlighting the ordinary people who work and live in Callaway County. The Fulton Sun takes a moment with someone who isn’t typically featured in the news, but who is just as essential to making the community the strong and beautiful place that residents here …

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Ventura took full advantage of FHSU opportunities

Dr. Tisa Mason, President of the FHSU Fort Hays State University exists to improve life. I see this statement in action. All. Only. Day. I love learning more about each individual life in our mosaic of impacts – individuals such as new alumnus Anthony Ventura. Anthony, a May graduate, is …

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