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April 4 jury selection for Florida school shooter case

FILE – In this Aug. 9, 2018, file photo, Tony Montalto, father of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting victim Gina Rose, speaks during a news conference in Sunrise, Florida. Montalto, whose 14-year-old daughter Gina was killed, is president of “Stand with Parkland,” a group made up of parents and …

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Bane, Jackson Jr. and Memphis felt at home in Indiana in the 135-102 win over the Pacers.

Another game, another professional win for the Memphis Grizzlies. As the playoffs approach, wins like these matter more and more. The playoffs are not in question at this point – Memphis is one of the best teams in the NBA in terms of records. They will be in the NBA …

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World premiere of EMMETT TILL, a new American opera at the Gerald W. Lynch Theater scheduled for March 23

Emmett Till, A New American Opera – a powerful concert crafted by playwright and librettist Clare Coss and composer Mary D. Watkins and in association with John Jay College, Opera Noire International, The Harlem Chamber Players and Harlem Arts Alliance will have its world premiere on March 23 with an …

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10 most watchable movies (according to Reddit)

Some films are even better the second time around, with others continuing to retain their entertainment value even though fans have seen them countless times. Redditors have chosen the most watchable movies ever made, especially those that still manage to be interesting even after watching them “7+ times”. RELATED: 10 …

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“He’s as tough as can be”

CINCINNATI — Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow was preparing for his second season in the NFL when he saw someone he once met in passing. Well, it was really by tackle. In a 2014 Ohio State Championship game, Burrow was playing for Athens High School as a defensive back, trying …

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Summary of Reuters national news in the United States

Below is a summary of briefs from US domestic news. US prosecutors recommend dropping charges against MIT professor over China ties – source Prosecutors have recommended that the US Justice Department drop charges against a Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor accused of concealing his ties to China while seeking a …

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Celebration of the adventurous life of the late Bob Martin is scheduled for Friday

Pat, left, and her husband, Bob Martin, opened the Outpost Ice Arena in Albuquerque in 1987. (Photo courtesy of the Martin family) This type of story about the late Bob Martin may have been written much earlier, 25 years ago, when the man known for his pragmatic, uncompromising but caring …

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Desmond Tutu, archbishop and anti-apartheid activist, dies at 90

Archbishop Desmond Tutu, an Anglican cleric, anti-apartheid leader and human rights activist who played a central role in changing the face of modern South Africa, has died at the age of 90 in Cap earlier this morning. In a statement confirming the death, South African President Cyril Ramaphosa sent his …

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Lauren Brewer named top graduate of the College of Education and Social Services at VSU

22 November 202121-104 Jessica popeCommunications and Media Relations Coordinator Lauren Elizabeth Brewer of Valdosta, GA, is the recipient of the 2021 Fall President’s Award for Academic Excellence for the James L. and Dorothy H. Dewar College of Education and Human Services at Valdosta State University. She will earn with great …

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Reviews | The blurring of rank lines

As one of the 378 gappers in Stanford’s frosh class, I came to campus expecting to feel older and maybe even more mature than some of my peers. Friends who had also chosen to take sabbaticals in the 2020-21 academic year had similar feelings. Upon arriving on campus, we found …

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Feel Good Friday: Local Musicians Surprise Grandville Class

GRANDVILLE, Mich. (WOOD) – Any fan of ’90s alternative rock will tell you that “The Freshman” by The Verve Pipe was a big hit. But all these years later, their music still connects with listeners. This week, a few members of the group, including frontman Brian Vander Ark, stopped by …

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Remi Wolf turns the bedroom into colorful explosions

LOS ANGELES – Remi Wolf rolled around in an indoor trampoline park in Van Nuys one August afternoon, feeling exhausted. She had been busy all day, creating buggy visuals for her songs and getting ready for the tour. Then the traffic coming from the Eastside of Los Angeles was bad. …

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Riverdale Season 5 ‘Beside Normal’ Recap: Is Betty Hitting Alice?

Riverdale Season 5, Episode 18 “Chapter Ninety-Four: Next to Normal” takes us directly to the day after the Cooper’s discovery of Polly’s remains. The entire episode, at least for Betty and Alice, is about heartbreak and what happens to our relationships and our minds when we struggle with the loss …

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Florida school shooting suspect on trial over prison brawl – KGET 17

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) – The suspect in the 2018 murder of 17 people at a Florida high school is finally on trial – but not for the murders. Jury selection begins Monday on charges. Nikolas Cruz attacked a Broward County jail guard nine months after February. On December 14, …

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An update on Ewers’ transition to Ohio State

Ohio State freshman quarterback Quinn Ewers (3) throws during warm-up before the Ohio State-Oregon game on September 11. Ohio State lost 28-35. Credit: Mackenzie Shanklin | Photo editor In truth, Quinn Ewers should have attended her return to high school on Saturday. Back in August, Ewers graduated from Carroll High …

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All Babies Dear: Faith, Compassion and Life Coaching Give Hope to Pregnant Women and New Mothers

Speaking with the women who run the activities of the All Babies Cherished Family Assistance Center, it quickly becomes clear that the nonprofit pro-life agency could easily be called “All People Cherished.” “We stand up for people’s interests,” said program coordinator Mona Doyon in an interview with The Batavian at …

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Seahawks WR Tyler Lockett ‘A Healthier Type of Hunger’ During Scorching Start to 2021 Season

As his senior season at Kansas State approaches, Tyler Lockett has decided to set his sights on the Biletnikoff Award, which is given to college football’s top receiver each year. Setting that sort of tangible goal based on the results, and how he felt during the practice that followed, led …

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The Utah Daily Column | U Alumna Nancy Rivera is curator of the ‘Space Maker’ exhibition at UMFA

Creator of space, an exhibit featuring various art forms opened at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts on Saturday, August 21. The exhibition presents work from the U faculty and is curated by U former student Nancy Rivera. “I am really proud of all the work that has been selected,” …

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The “real cost” of living exceeds budget for 31% of Stanislas’ families

Almost a third of Stanislaus County households struggle to meet the cost of living while almost all have at least one adult working at home, according to a study. The study, conducted by United Ways of California, an organization that works to improve the health, education and finances of low-income …

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Dalton Rigdon considered quitting football last winter, but he’s back for one last round

When the Texas Tech football team started training on another hot August afternoon on Friday, Dalton Rigdon was where he was always this time of year – out there with his guys. Even he might not have believed that if you had asked him last winter. The Red Raiders inside …

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Love pursues change of venue in murder case

Murder defendant Justin Love will again plead his case for a change of venue at a November 19 hearing at the 30th District Court. Love maintains that the pre-trial media advertising and social media activity “has been inflammatory and provocative,” according to court documents filed by the defense. He claims …

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Celebrating Life for Larry Boone | Obituary

A Celebration of Life will be held for Larry R. Boone on July 25 at 4:30 p.m. at the Bloomfield Country Club. Friends and family are invited to remember and celebrate the life of this wonderful man who passed away in May. A light meal will be offered to participants. …

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Award-winning Blaine County teacher prepares for new role in Twin Falls School District

TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KMVT / KSVT) – This school year, Twin Falls High School will have an award-winning teacher on its staff. Jorge Pulleiro was named Idaho’s Teacher of the Year 2021 for his work leading a double immersion Spanish language education program at Wood River Middle School in Hailey. …

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Texas teen Riley Webb aims for WCRA triple rodeo crown of $ 1,000,000

Sponsored by WCRA Riley Webb is a roping gunslinger whose rodeo resume includes his current reign as the 2020 National High School Rodeo Association lasso titlist. Webb has been busy climbing the rodeo ranks from a young age. And later this month, when Riley takes part in the World Champions …

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The best new movies and TV shows on Netflix, Amazon and Stan in Australia in July

Every month, streaming services in Australia add a new batch of movies and TV shows to their library. Here are our picks for July. JULY 2ND “The street of fear” For three consecutive Fridays in July, Netflix will release a new horror feature film, each based on RL Stine’s “Fear …

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Monadnock Ledger-Transcript – Monadnock Profiles: Lara Shea feels at home in her new role at RiverMead

When Lara Shea was a student at ConVal High School, she decided to quit her job in Scott-Farrar’s dining room to take a similar position in the brand new RiverMead facility at the time. She didn’t know at the time that more than two decades later she would be doing …

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Public memorial service scheduled for 8 Alabama children and teens killed in I-65 crash

A public memorial service will be held for eight children and teens killed in the Interstate 65 crash in central Alabama just over a week ago. The Tallapoosa County Girls’ Ranch said on Monday that the Celebration of Life will be held on July 15 at the Highland Church in …

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Man convicted of hitting student runners in Oklahoma

FILE – In this file photo from June 15, 2021, Max Leroy Townsend, charged with second degree murder for crashing his van into a group of high school long-distance runners, killing three people and injuring five, is escorted out of the courtroom during a lunch break during jury selection for …

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Giant stinking flower + Govt. UFO Report + Frida Kahlo Fun

Welcome to the weekend edition of the Roseville Daily where you can find everything you need to know about events and news in our wonderful city! In today’s issue, you will discover a giant stinking flower, a government UFO report and Parade of Frida Kahlo lookalikes. Let’s go! But first, …

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Monadnock Ledger-Transcript – Monadnock Summer Lyceum kicks off 52nd season on Sunday

The Monadnock Summer Lyceum is about to enter its 52nd season of inspiring speakers, but like last year, the weekly Sunday morning talks will be held live. Lyceum co-chair Bob Haring-Smith said the committee made the decision earlier this year to stick with the online format for the entire 2021 …

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Groups launch last-minute efforts to Creole speakers on ranked voting

With early voting underway in this month’s primary election, New Yorkers still have the most opportunities to use the city’s new choice voting system. Although voting has begun, groups continue to educate Haitian-American voters, particularly targeting Creole-speaking groups, as part of the city’s program. $ 15 million voter education campaign …

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Bite into the origin story of Flamin ‘Hot Cheetos

Richard Montañez likes his superlatives very much: “I am probably the least educated and brightest person you can meet,” he said with a laugh. There is one. Here’s another: “I’m known as the Godfather of the Hispanic brand! “ Why a Hispanic brand image? Because Montañez claims to be the …

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Hoban Baseball Score Updates in the Division II Finals

AKRON – Winner of 15 straight games, Hoban High School baseball team is aiming for the ultimate victory Sunday afternoon at Canal Park. The Knights play Boom-Carroll in the OHSAA Division II State Championship game. Hoban has come this far twice before, but each time he hasn’t won his first …

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What you need to know about Providence Schools Supt. Javier Montanez

New provisional substitute for Providence schools. Javier Montanez, a former principal and multilingual teacher with 25 years in the city’s school system, has been hailed by teachers and community leaders as a healer, someone who will restore confidence in a struggling neighborhood since he was taken over by the State …

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Teach to inspire – California Teachers Association

Tracy Ruiz chose to attend Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo in 1991 because it was near the beach and she thought it was safe. However, after Kristin Smart disappeared from the Cal Poly campus in 1996, Ruiz saw his alma mater differently. Now an English teacher at Will C. …

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Eskymos wins first district title since 2016 | News, Sports, Jobs

Ryan Stieg | Marquette Mining Journal Members of the Escanaba High School baseball team celebrate in the infield after winning the MHSAA Division 2 District Tournament title by defeating Marquette in Saturday’s championship game in Marquette. MARQUETTE – On a hot Saturday afternoon, it didn’t take long for the bats …

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Pioneer High School women’s track and field team win GEL Championship – Daily Democrat

In 2019, the Pioneer girls’ track team was five points away from a league championship, narrowly losing to Dixon in a heartbreaking fashion. 2020 was supposed to be their year of redemption, but due to COVID-19, the season has been canceled. While the deferred gratuity may not have been the …

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Huskers make huge impression on QB Torres on official visit

The 2022 class for Nebraska remains at two commits, but that might change soon. One of the hot topics, other than when will the next commit join the class for Nebraska, will it be the quarterback in the class? The answer could be the same for both questions. Richard Torres …

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Yankees’ Aaron Judge says he’s comfortable enough to play center

Aaron Judge was all smiles as he recalled his second career major league start in the middle of the field two days earlier. “I feel good there,” he said late Friday afternoon. Friday night against the Red Sox, Judge was not in the position he played more than any other …

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The first of the family – Experience

A first generation student offers her perspective on the higher education journey. Like most first-generation students, Sol Murgia didn’t expect her first year of college to be in her childhood bedroom. At the start of her virtual learning experience, Murgia finished her homework on a stack of old drawers. When …

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Westwood High students create bowls for the Greater Boston Food Bank

THANKS TO WESTWOOD PUBLIC SCHOOLS | Local villain For the past 20 years, students in the ceramics class at Westwood High School have taken a break from their usual projects and returned to the wheel to participate in a global fundraiser called “Empty Bowls”. Ceramics instructor Kate Jellinghaus said this …

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Weekend summary – May 23, 2021

1. New COVID-19 cases drop to lowest levels since last June New coronavirus cases across the United States have fallen to rates not seen in more than 11 months, sparking optimism that vaccination campaigns are stemming both severe cases of COVID-19 and the spread of the virus. As cases, hospitalizations …

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Topeka Public Schools 2020 High School Graduates Receive Long-awaited Ceremony

TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) – The masked high school and one-year-old graduates of Topeka public schools in late 2020 finally had their graduation ceremony on Sunday. They relished being part of a class with a unique high school experience. Topeka West graduate Victorio Peres said: “I felt really good a once …

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Emily Peterson launches Transatlantic Chic Studios

Vandy leigh | Special for Seacoastonline The COVID-19 pandemic has been extremely difficult for everyone. Not knowing what to expect on a daily basis is a source of anxiety. The need for isolation and social distancing has resulted in many event cancellations and frequent disappointments. People are still incredibly resilient. …

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Ravenna woman prepares to open bakery in Cuyahoga Falls

The Sackett Avenue business will open on March 10 Phil keren | Kent Weekly Kimberly Nader said baking was “my zen”. “If I’m having a bad day, I just go to the kitchen,” said Nader, a Ravenna resident who is expected to open a bakery called Kneaded breads and jams …

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WTSA news for your Friday March 5:

WTSA news for your Friday March 5: Vermont reported 112 new cases of Covid 19 on Thursday, with three of the new positive tests taking place in Windham County. Three deaths and 231 new cases of Covid 19 have been reported in New Hampshire, with 20 new positive tests in …

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The funeral planned for Jacksonville football star Louis Nix III

Mother: “I cry for my son, but at the same time I know that he had God in his life.” Dan Scanlan | Florida Times-Union Louis Nix III earned the nickname “Irish Chocolate” when he played football for the legendary Notre Dame team. His mother called him “Big Lou,” and …

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North Staffordshire’s most popular high schools with 6,723 students get top pick

The pressure on secondary places in Stoke-on-Trent began to ease after more than 180 more students entered their first-choice schools. The proportion of families who are given their first preference rose from 85.5% to 91.2% in just one year. It comes at the expense of several schools agreeing to expand …

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the multicolored cure – Post-

At a jazz band workshop years ago, a charming clinician with a single earring told us about the splashes of red he saw every time our drummer hit the cymbals. I remember feeling a little envious, because I too much wanted the music to filter through my brain and manifest …

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