No. 24 Pitt hosts Rhode Island, Narduzzi’s alma mater

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Pat Narduzzi has always been a fixer. A project guy. Whether it’s repainting an office or slowly building a program, the Pittsburgh coach is always drawn to something that occupies his hands or his mind. Rhode Island gave him a chance to do both. Narduzzi spent three …

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The Goodwood Museum celebrates the rebuilt water tower with a preservation party

Although Americans don’t have a history like the Egyptians, Romans or our British cousins, some devotees like to preserve what we have. We have the core curators who administer the Goodwood Foundation and the Margaret E. Wilson Foundation. For nearly 25 years, the maintenance and continued physical integrity of the …

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Tommy Emmanuel and Mike Dawes cover 1975’s “Be My Mistake”

Guitar luminaries Tommy Emmanuel and Mike Dawes reunite for a gorgeous acoustic rendition of the 1975 hit ballad, “Be My Mistake.” The arrangement is approached with trademark restraint. For decades Emmanuel has let heart and substance overcome lightning, and Dawes is a future virtuoso cut from the same cloth. Both …

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The Cobb+Co museum will remain free thanks to TRC

Residents of the Toowoomba area will continue to enjoy free admission to the Cobb+Co Museum after the Toowoomba Regional Council (TRC) ratified its financial commitment to the program at this week’s regular meeting. Chairman of TRC’s Environment and Community Portfolio, Cr James O’Shea, said the Cobb+Co Museum has a plethora …

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Police release name of motorist in Chesterfield County fatal accident | Crime News

On September 12, more than a dozen golfers associated with the Virginia State Golf Association took to a Hannover golf course to play 100 holes a day to make golf more accessible to children. From [email protected] presented by Massey Cancer Center from Virginai Wayside Furniture studio. Virginia …

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Another Kind of Tunnel Vision Explored in Upcoming Carson City Historical Society Conference | Carson City Nevada News

Event date: September 25, 2022 – 1:00 p.m. Carson City Historical Society A program on the history and local impact of the Sutro Tunnel will be presented free of charge to members of the Carson City Historical Society and the public on Sunday, September 25 from 1 to 3 p.m. …

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Hockey India to sue ex-manager Sjoerd Marijne over charges against Manpreet Singh

Hockey India will sue former coach Sjoerd Marijne and publisher Harper Collins India. The move comes after the Dutchman accused Manpreet Singh of asking young players to underperform at the 2018 Commonwealth Games. Hockey India to take legal action against Marijne over charges against Manpreet (PTI) STRONG POINTS Hockey India …

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Platforms under pressure to pay for information

There is growing pressure on tech titans Google and Facebook to pay local media to deliver their news online. Google has already struck deals with some for its News Showcase, but other big news names are still trying to make the platforms pay – and the government is hinting it …

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All Prince William taxpayers will pay for data centers built near schools

EDITORIAL by Stacy Shaw There is a misconception that data centers adjoining residential areas will only create problems for a small number of people while providing great benefit to the rest of the county. That couldn’t be further from the truth. If data centers near schools and communities are as …

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The only way to relax is to stop making decisions – Indianapolis Business Journal

One thing I didn’t know before becoming an editor was that the job is less about editing stories and more about making decisions. Hundreds of decisions about coverage, our people and our stories. Every day. It doesn’t make my job very different from that of most managers. And frankly, it’s …

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Retrospective: Delve into the heart of Tahoe’s history and drive

Thunderbird Lodge was the summer home of eccentric millionaire George Whittell Jr. Provided/Fieling Cathcart “History does not repeat itself, but it does rhyme” – a quote often attributed to Mark Twain, the great American writer and humorist, who left his own mark on Lake Tahoe through his poetic descriptions of …

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Saddle up for trials | News, Sports, Jobs

BROOKFIELD — Carriage drivers recently entered the ring at the Brookfield Saddle Club grounds, giving riders the chance to introduce new horses to competition. The Brookfield Saddle Club is a small non-profit riding club that holds shows and competitions on 4.7 acres off Bedford Road. Becky Salinger and …

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Spurs boss Antonio Conte tore his players apart after Champions League loss to Sporting Lisbon – Paper Talk | Transfer Center News

All the headline stories and transfer rumors from Thursday’s national papers… DAILY MAIL Antonio Conte ferried his Tottenham players out for an early morning training session just hours after their late surrender against Sporting Lisbon on Tuesday night. It is also believed that Conte tore his players apart in the …

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Lil Nas X makes his catwalk debut at the Coach SS 2022 show

Lil Nas X has just added the global Coach ambassador and runway model to his resume. A day before his runway debut, Coach teased a photo on Instagram of a gold grille adorned with the brand’s classic C motif and the date “September 12”. “Someone new is joining the #CoachFamily,” …

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Hundreds turn out for the Fall Harvest Festival and Pioneer Museum Horse Parade

More than 750 visitors passed through the doors of the Glengarry Pioneer Museum in Dunvegan last Sunday (September 10), as the Harvest Fall Festival returned in all its glory, including the popular Horse Parade. One of the largest equestrian events of its kind in Eastern Ontario, the procession moved through …

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The Callander Legion turns 75

On Saturday September 24, The Royal Canadian Legion in Callander celebrates its Diamond Anniversary – Branch 445 turns 75. To commemorate this event, a dinner is planned followed by a performance by Fran Hanover of North Bay, and tickets are on sale until September 16 for $25. each. You can …

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Appalachian State shocks Texas A&M, Marshall upsets Notre Dame

Most of us, statistically, don’t live around Boone or Huntington. Most of us don’t live in the hills of western North Carolina or the western edge of West Virginia. Poor most of us. Did we just spend the back half of our Saturdays madly rushing through the middle of Boone …

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Colonial built in 1688 in Massachusetts is the oldest house of the week

A beautiful home in Marshfield, MA, built by some of the country’s earliest settlers is the oldest property to go on the market this week on Realtor.com®. Well-maintained over the centuries, the 17th-century house just north of Plymouth Rock boasts wide plank flooring, a wood-beamed ceiling and four fireplaces. Other …

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Former Saints coach Payton focuses on his work for Fox

Sean Payton isn’t on the sidelines this season, but he’ll have a great point of view for Sunday’s games. The former New Orleans Saints coach will spend his weekends on the set of Fox Sports in Los Angeles as a studio analyst for their NFL broadcasts. Starting Sunday, Payton will …

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Queen Elizabeth’s death felt among British expats in Tampa Bay

TAMPA — Keith “Dougie” Douglas watched the news from his home country for a while on Thursday. When it suddenly seemed like too much, he walked out. For eight years during the 1990s, Douglas was a member of the Royal Navy’s crew on Her Majesty’s Yacht Britannia, which was used …

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‘Fun’ family event planned at Promenade shops

East. Reading time: 2 minutes The Promenade Shops of Saucon Valley, located in Center Valley, is home to dozens of retail stores, restaurants and service providers. The upscale mall was the Lehigh Valley area’s first outdoor lifestyle center when it opened in 2006. With Labor Day in the rearview mirror, …

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What Happened To Slice Of Sauce After Shark Tank?

Husband and wife team Cody and Emily Williams appeared on “Shark Tank” with an unusual pitch (via Youtube). The couple not only brought an unusual product, but they also had the unusual caveat that they had never sold a single unit! What’s even more surprising is that despite appearing a …

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Remembering Dow High Hall of Famer Al Quick

When a 26-year-old Dave MacDonald took over as head coach of the boys’ basketball at Dow High in 1977, he had no experience leading a varsity team or with all the accompanying challenges. What he had, however, was a great cheerleader in his corner – longtime Dow athletic director Al …

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The Hamburger Wagon, history at the service of a bun

Long before food trucks became all the rage, a horse-drawn cart in Miamisburg was a favorite haunt of hungry residents and visitors. The horse is long gone, but the century-old recipe was ranked among the top 100 hamburgers in the United States by the book “Hamburger America”. It was 4:00 …

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Talking Trash: We Don’t Have to Treat Our Farms Like Landfills

Here’s one thing I think about all the time when I work on our farm: garbage. No “waste” as in the amount of manure generated by the animals (there is a lot of it, but we move our cattle and goats several times a week and they are on pasture …

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Historic North Carolina home for sale after loving owner passes away

A historic century-old home in Monroe is up for sale, months after the death of the businesswoman who spent a decade lovingly preserving the two-story colonial. Rooms include chandeliers, green stained glass, and artwork. Therese Custis VHT-Studios Gail Young Marshall, who founded Auctions by Marshall in 1981, bought the house …

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How scenic walks helped transform the life of a Malvern woman

A Malvern woman who has enjoyed an extensive career in theater has written a book about how walking and nature ‘transformed her life’ after moving to Austria. Amelia Marriette, 57, will be back in town next week to sign copies of Walking in Alchemy: The Transforming Power of Nature. She …

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Eagle Archives, September 3, 1952: Pittsfield blushed 50 years ago | Story

“He was mad, and I don’t want to say maybe. I never saw a man so disgruntled and so utterly mad as Theodore Roosevelt on this noon day of September 3, 1902, in Pittsfield, Mass.” It is probably the only honest eyewitness account of Theodore Roosevelt’s reaction to the crash …

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The HartBeat ensemble will stage Athol Fugard’s gripping drama MY CHILDREN! MY AFRICA!

HartBeat Ensemble today announced their upcoming production of My Children! My Africa!, a gripping drama about the collision of education, idealism and politics by eminent South African playwright Athol Fugard. The play will run from September 29 through October 9 at the HartBeat Ensemble’s Carriage House Theater (360 Farmington Avenue) …

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Ana De Armas spent three hours a day with a voice coach for Blonde while filming Knives Out

Ana De Armas said she spent three hours a day with a vocal coach to perfect her accent for Blond during filming Knives out. The Cuban-Spanish actor stars as famed icon Marilyn Monroe in director Andrew Dominik’s upcoming psychological drama biopic, adapted from Joyce Carol Oates’ 1999 novel of the …

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Tyson Fury cousin’s funeral sees horse-drawn carriages near Manchester | United Kingdom | New

Rico Burton was fatally stabbed outside a bar in Altrincham, Greater Manchester in the early hours of August 21. Liam O’Prey, 21, has since been charged with her murder. Tributes poured in for the 31-year-old, with boxer cousin Tyson Fury leading the way. The two-time world heavyweight champion, from Wythenshawe, …

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40 toys for 1 year olds

balance bike Did you know your little one could be on a bike in as little as 12 months? A balance bike is much easier to ride, so from the moment they turn one you can help them improve their mobility with this stylish bike. It’s super quiet, so it’s …

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Jim Knowles prepares for the toughest challenge of his career as Ohio State national title hopes rest on his defense

When it was over, the Oklahoma State defense lit cigars. But not in the locker room – and not celebrating. In fact, the meeting was tinged with disappointment. The regular season had ended with a short bid for the Big 12 title and likely a berth in the College Football …

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The popular Croatian Strudel Fest will be bigger and sweeter than ever

(Photo credit: Demjan Rožman) It’s time for another Štrudlafest, the sweetest festival that delights thousands of people every year, and is dedicated to one of the most delicious and beloved desserts – strudel. This year, the sweet party starts on the first weekend of September, from September 2 to 4, …

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“It means so much to the players and coaches here to win at home” – The Irish Times

Life as a Top 14 rugby coach in France is rarely easy. Former Ireland and Lions manager Jeremy Davidson is about to enter his fifth season as Brive manager and is multitasking as usual. He switches effortlessly from English to French, dealing with agents, coaches and players from his office. …

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World Famous Budweiser Clydesdales Visits Downtown

The famous Budweiser Clydesdales made a stopover on August 27 in Amherst to the delight of the whole town. Sherri Kamnikar, assistant manager of Main Street Amherst, said they were also having a vendor fair and car show as part of the day with the suggestion of the Budweiser team …

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5 Questions to Donna Verda of Rader Family Farms | Local company

Each week, The Pantagraph features a different member of the community. Do you know someone to talk to? Email [email protected] Position: Business Development Manager for Rader Family Farms in Rural Normal 1. What is Rader Family Farms? Rader Family Farms is a fourth-generation working farm that established an “agritainment” business …

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FREDONIA: An irresponsible plan deserved to be rejected | News, Sports, Jobs

All the information Fredonia Village administrators needed to hear earlier this week about a potential water rate change came from one of its biggest AgriAmerica clients. Three representatives from the Water Street grape processing plant attended the hearing to express their concerns. “As one of the …

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Ex-Napoli manager warns club against signing Man Utd man

Cristiano Ronaldo has been linked with a move to Napoli Photo: AP HIGHLIGHTS Cristiano Ronaldo’s agent has reportedly been in talks with Napoli over the player’s transfer. Ronaldo has reportedly been eager to leave Manchester United since the start of the summer transfer window. However, the former Napoli manager has …

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Maidstone woman, 78, realizes her dream of horse riding thanks to inspired friendships

A 78-year-old woman has achieved her lifelong dream of horseback riding. Lyn Broad, from Maidstone, was able to ride in honor of her animal-loving brother Barry, who died five years ago. The retiree had always dreamed of horseback riding, but never had the chance. Lyn said: “I put my family …

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Treasures: The Plow and Other Vintage Auction Stars

There are two approaches to collecting antique farm machinery. One is to treat the machines like museum objects, keeping all their original parts and layers of paint intact. Once the parts wear out, the machine won’t work, but that’s not the point. For this type of collector, the objective is …

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Growing Business Brand Co-Starring ‘Good Bones’ – Inside Indiana Business

Mina Starsiak Hawk became a household name thanks to her HGTV show “Good Bones,” which premiered in 2016 and is currently in its seventh season. But Hawk, who was named to the first Indiana 250 by IBJ Media, is going solo with her own spinoff show, “Good Bones: Risky Business,” …

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NFL says Jon Gruden sent derogatory emails as Raiders coach

Comment this story Comment The NFL said in a Nevada court filing last week that Jon Gruden sent “constantly derogatory emails” during his last stint as coach of the Oakland Raiders and Las Vegas, which ended with his resignation last year. The league’s assertion, made Aug. 16 in a filing …

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TikTok’s pink sauce is finally hitting stores. And this one will be vegan.

Social media influencer Veronica Shaw, also known as Chef Pii – creator of the vibrant pink sauce that has gone viral on TikTok – is teaming up with sauce company Dave’s Gourmet to bring the product to grocery stores and convenience stores. restaurants. While the sauce is currently vegetarian, Dave’s …

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LPD criticized in TBI investigation into 2019 incident | New

District Attorney General Bryant Dunaway strongly criticized the Livingston Police Department after a recent investigation by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation into a 2019 incident involving a then city councilman. “It is the role of law enforcement to protect our citizens and actively investigate allegations of criminal conduct,” Dunaway said …

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New York takes center stage in the fight for control of the House

The state is holding a series of competitive primaries in heavily Democratic districts on Tuesday, including a stacking of a dozen candidates for an open seat in Manhattan and Brooklyn and an incumbent vs. incumbent battle between two veteran committee chairmen. But primary voters will essentially have the final say …

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A family rooted in decades of Virginia Show tradition

Robbie, Rachel and Albert Walker on their farm in Munterconnaught. Published: Sun 21 Aug 2022, 7:30 PM Even in the dusty middle of their second cut of silage, the Walker family was willing to drop everything to discuss the Virginia Show. Sitting in the living room of their homely farmhouse, …

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How a British life coach and former monk made Hollywood’s ‘Bennifer’ romance a reality

It may be the greatest Hollywood love story of the 21st century. Jennifer Lopez finally married Ben Affleck last weekend, 20 years after their first engagement – and, according to reports, they had a former North London high school student to thank for making their fairytale romance a reality. Jay …

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Historic Homes You Can Own in the Waco Area | Local News

With dire economic news and skyrocketing costs everywhere you turn, you’re definitely going to want to see this amazing “2 for 1” deal that includes a main house, garage, detached garage and a price you won’t believe. simply not! — Combining the best of old style with modern conveniences, here …

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Canadian driving guru Jack Pemberton dies at 99

Jack K. Pemberton (1923-2022). © Cealy Tetley/Equestrian Canada Trusty Canadian driver Jack D. Pemberton, recipient of Equine Canada’s prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award in 2007, has died at the age of 99. Pemberton, who died on August 16, was an influential figure who devoted his time and energy to the development …

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49ers CEO pitched crazy head coaching idea to Mike Shanahan in 2015

The San Francisco 49ers hired Kyle Shanahan as franchise head coach in 2017, but the Niners almost added a pair of Shanahans in 2015. In an interview on The Athletic’s “The TK Show” podcast on Friday, 49ers CEO Jed York admitted that in an interview with former Denver Broncos head …

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Expensive homes on the market in Rapid City | Local

This wonderfully unique property for sale near Keystone, South Dakota features two homes, a main house built in 1996 and a cottage built in 2018 nestled at the base of a granite and pine encrusted hill that offers views of the Mount Rushmore once at the top. The location of …

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Animal rights activists denounce the cruelty of horse-drawn carriages at the summer fair

ANIMAL rights campaigners have demanded more checks on horse-drawn carriages at the Malaga fair after a horse collapsed recently. The Spanish political party PACMA, which fights against animal abuse, has denounced the “exploitation” of horses used at the annual summer fair. This followed a video that went viral on social …

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Carolina coach Matt Rhule has high expectations, fondness for Patriots rookie Tyquan Thornton, who played for him at Baylor

FOXBOROUGH — Amid a question-filled press conference about the Patriots-Panthers joint practice brawl and his team’s ongoing quarterbacking competition, Carolina coach Matt Rhule’s face lit up when asked about something different. In joint practices Tuesday and Wednesday and in Friday night’s exhibition game at Gillette Stadium, Rhule coached New England …

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Kendall Jenner, Joey King, Kaley Cuoco and Ricky Gervais want horse-drawn carriages banned

Dozens of Stars Join PETA Push for Ban After New York Horse Collapse For immediate release:August 17, 2022 Contact:Robin Goist 202-483-7382 New York – Outrageous! No more cruelty in a horse-drawn carriage! That’s the message Hollywood A-listers are sharing en masse with their millions of social media followers after yet …

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Obituary: Yasuhiko ‘Yass’ Hakoshima

Yasuhiko “Yass” Hakoshima, acclaimed mime and former longtime resident of Montclair, died peacefully on July 31, 2022 at his home in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He was 93 years old. Mr. Hakoshima was born in 1928 to Asaka and Yasugoro Hakoshima of Fukuoka City, Kyushu, Japan. He was raised and …

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A positive introduction to the team

Down one player in training last year, they moved Leighton to midfield. Assistant coach Sharis LaChappelle said Hagen Leighton was really good there, so she stayed. Again, her communication skills were challenged, and while she’s not demanding, her words carry weight. They need it for a team heading into Hagen’s …

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Irreverent pop culture and history join forces at the reopened Emily Dickinson Museum

Bringing long-dead literary characters to life for a contemporary audience is a challenge, but that is the mission of the Emily Dickinson Museum. Today, the 19th-century poet’s house in Amherst has reopened after a major renovation. It includes a bonanza of props donated from an irreverent streaming series that reimagines …

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Joe Judge or Matt Patricia? The Patriots’ calling situation on offense gets murkier

FOXBORO, Mass. – Joe Judge saw where the question was going before it was over. The offensive assistant understands the level of intrigue about the dynamics at the top of the Patriots’ offense. He understands people want to know if he or senior football adviser Matt Patricia will call games …

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Ghana: Work begins on 17.85 km Ofankor-Nsawam dual carriageway

Construction and extension works have started on the 17.85 kilometer dual carriageway Ofankor-Nsawam. The project, undertaken by Maripoma Engineering Limited, is expected to be completed in 24 months. This is the construction of a two km eight lane road as well as a 16.85 km 10 lane road from Ofankor …

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Monochromatic palette bridges old and new as part of Heritage Coach House project

Bijl Architecture’s modern extension wrapped in Axon cladding creates a minimalist backdrop for an 1872 sandstone shed in the mining town of Bendigo, Victoria. A sympathetic union between new and old forms is the result of a commission from a busy music teacher and conductor to his architect and friend, …

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Fun Week at the Kutztown Fair

Crowds again filled the Kutztown fairgrounds for Dutch food, live music, animals, crafts, competitions and fairground rides in Kutztown. “The visitors to the fair are out in force,” Kutztown Fair Manager Ginger Schappell reported Saturday afternoon on the final day of the fair. “The number of visits to our portals …

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Visit the Emlen Physick Estate to learn about Cape May’s Victorian history

Emlen Physick Estate is a Victorian house museum in Cape May, New Jersey. Built in 1879 at a cost of $15,000, this 18-room mansion archives the detailed history of Cape May’s Victorian era, architecture and lifestyle. This architectural marvel was designed and built by Frank Heyling Furness (1839-1912) for Emlen …

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Final Draft: McLean’s selections for Churchill Downs on Arlington Million Day – Saturday August 13

Total results for the day 8 / 3-1-5 2022 Total — 1376 1376 / 476-510-655 Earn % of first choice 34.59% Gain % of top 3 picks overall 39.75% 2022 Only / First Choice in Global Money – 889-1376 64.61% 2022 only / Top Pick in the Money @ EP …

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Throwback video shows Queen Elizabeth II rescued Prince William from a moving carriage

Royal fans saw Prince Louis being an exuberant 4-year-old during Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee. Well, it turns out his dad was, too. A video of the Queen following a 4-year-old Prince William is recirculating online. The unearthed video, which surfaced in 2019, has made the rounds again and fans …

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Why travelers across Europe are trading five-star hotels for luxury farmhouses

Imagine the scene. Your day begins with a leisurely breakfast of freshly laid eggs while admiring the flower gardens and pastoral scenes of grazing animals. Then you can relax by the pool for a few hours or take a leisurely stroll through an olive grove or wildflower meadow. As the …

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WEEKEND PLUS: Want some music? The lake has it | Local

It will be a musical weekend in Lake George. The Lake George Music Festival will continue its eight-day classical music concert series all weekend at the Carriage House in Fort William Henry. The Fridays at the Lake summer concert series continues at 6 p.m. Friday at Shepard Park. 1980s tribute …

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Eric Thibault is in line to take over as Mystics head coach

Placeholder while loading article actions correction A previous version of this article incorrectly stated that Eric Thibault is 33 years old. He is 34 years old. The article has been corrected. Mike Thibault wanted his son, Eric, to become a writer. The winningest coach in WNBA history read Eric’s thesis, …

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Pamplin Media Group – Oregon City Santa Gets Married at Molalla Christmas Tree Farm

Newly baptized Mrs. Claus, who also works as a nurse, celebrates with the Oak Grove reception. The wedding of Oregon City Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus showed how well Santa Claus, also known as Keith McDonley, has bounced back from a bout of COVID that included 62 days in the …

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Hyatt Regency and Hyatt House London Stratford complete • Hotel Designs

Set in a single existing building on the outskirts of Westfield Stratford City, the new 225-room Hyatt Regency offers a stylish destination for business and leisure, while the 125-room Hyatt House offers a new ‘home from home’ for people on extended stays. stays. Scott Brownrigg’s interior design reflects Stratford’s connectivity, …

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Garrett Scott Reminisces: Chess Coach, Normal Town Council Member and Educator

A longtime member of the normal town council, speech therapist and chess educator who helped thousands of school children learn and play chess has died aged 78. Garrett Scott served on the board for over two decades. He was a long-time state delegate to the United States Chess Federation and …

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Fall getaway? Loretta Lynn’s ranch, perhaps?

I’ve been to 45 states, but it seems like I’m constantly telling you there’s THIS thing I didn’t do or THAT thing I didn’t do. There is so much to do. That includes cool places to visit here in my home state of Kentucky. For example, although members of my …

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Ins and outs of the business: operator Blues Alley buys the Blues Alley building

Operator Blues Alley buys Blues Alley building Looks like the famous Blues Alley concert hall will remain in Georgetown. Blues Alley operator Harry Schnipper has purchased the Blues Alley building from Snyder Properties, CEO Karen Snyder confirmed to The Georgetowner today. Georgetown commercial real estate legends Johnny Snyder and Sam …

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The remote and lost villages of Europe – BBC Travel

One of the most interesting of these craftsmen is Marinel Györfi, who revived the traditional Saschiz blue pottery in the Saxon village of the same name, 20 km north of Viscri. In a studio in his Atelier de Ceramică Saschiz, at the end of a narrow lane opposite the imposing …

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Rock Hall, Maryland | Chesapeake Bay Magazine

Rock Hall MARYLAND FAST FACTS Located 10 miles north of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge at the entrance to the Chester River Founded in 1707 as Rock Hall Cross Roads, a key tourist/trade route connecting Philadelphia to Annapolis Venue for the lively Pirates & Wenches weekend, which takes place every August …

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Michigan high school coaching legend Smokey Boyd dies

For Michigan’s high school basketball and football community, Leo “Smokey” Boyd is a legend. For his players, he was only a “coach”. “It’s funny, but even now I don’t call him Smokey or anything,” Saginaw Nouvel assistant football coach Greg Meter said. “He was always just a coach for me …

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Gen Z needs help telling fact from fiction

On TikTok, you’re likely to find restaurant recommendations, lip-syncing snippets, and false claims that COVID-19 vaccines contain aborted fetal tissue and that crisis actors faked the school shooting. Uvalde. TikTok, along with Instagram, is where Gen Z looks for information and entertainment. They often offer a blurry mix between reality …

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The collection of a lifetime goes under the hammer

Kent Muller’s collection of rabbit traps is by far his largest. The use of steel jaw traps is banned in Victoria, but old traps are repurposed as rustic decorations and collectibles. Photo by Daneka Hill Life has come full circle for Kent Muller. The Molyullah farmer has spent more than …

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5 things to know Thursday

A month since the Highland Park shooting A month has passed since the July 4 mass shooting in a Highland Park, Illinois parade that left seven people dead. Over the past month, the case against the 21-year-old shooting suspect has progressed. The Highland Park native appeared in Lake County Circuit …

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Recap of episode 10 of season 12 of “MasterChef”: who was eliminated?

Tonight, more than 100 cowboys and cowgirls in Horse Town, USA, gather for the “MasterChef” rodeo, where the top 14 chefs divide into two teams to create the best steak and sides. . The team that fails to meet cowboy standards faces elimination in the all-new “Cooking for Horse Town …

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10 tips to help you build your Skyrim home

Skyrim’s Hearthfire DLC does not add a story to the base game, but instead adds more housing and family options. Although you can buy houses already built in most sockets, usually those surrounded by protective walls, there are other sockets that did not give you this option. If your Skyrim …

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On Stage at The Coach House: Crash Test Dummies

SUPPORT THIS INDEPENDENT JOURNALISMThe article you are about to read comes from our journalists doing their important job – investigating, researching and writing their stories. We want to provide informative and inspiring stories that connect you to the people, issues and opportunities within our community. Journalism requires a lot of …

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Who invented traffic lights?

The greatest inventions of all time: Have you ever wondered who invented traffic lights? Has it ever occurred to you when crossing traffic lights who discovered red, green and yellow lights? If you are curious about the answer to such questions, then you need to go back to the history …

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Les Wilson and Hollin Hall III

In December 1928, a number of distinguished guests, including Vice President-elect Charles Curtis, gathered at a hilltop mansion in southeastern Fairfax County. By Jay Roberts Alexandria, VA – In December 1928, a number of distinguished guests, including Vice President-elect Charles Curtis, gathered at a hilltop mansion in southeast Fairfax County. …

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How the Northside quarterback deals with the fact that his father is a football coach

KJ Pollock became Northside’s starting quarterback even as his head coach father voted against it. “We put him in the second quarter of our second game last year and he took us out on the court,” coach Kendrick Pollock said. “Then on Sunday at our coaches’ meeting, all our coaches …

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EDITO: A judge restores the freedom of airmen | Editorials

The US Constitution and courts should not care about popular sentiment, conventional wisdom or political pressure. Floating microorganisms do not change this fact. Our judicial system should only care about the Constitution, which creates an equal set of rules by which we make decisions. The First Amendment prevents the federal …

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The life of Princess Alexandra in photos

Thin AaronsGetty Images Princess Alexandra was born on Christmas Day in London, England to two royal parents: Prince George (King George V and Queen Mary’s fourth son) and Princess Marina of Greece and Denmark. At the time of her birth in 1936, just two weeks after King Edward VIII abdicated …

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GALLERY: Beautiful property in picturesque Llandrillo available

Pentre Mawr, located in Llandrillo, is on the market with Cavendish Residential for £695,000. In addition to the property, the purchaser will obtain fishing rights along the eastern boundary of the site! Pentre Mawr is a very substantial period house which includes a large independent annex shed and informal grounds. …

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City Council approves redevelopment plan for one of Victoria’s most iconic and well-known streets (VIDEO)

(Lekwungen Square and Landmark) Big changes are coming to Government Street, following the participation of more than 700 residents in an online forum and a survey and approval by Victoria Council. On July 14, City staff and design consultants presented a draft design and implementation strategy for Council’s consideration at …

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Former Westark University baseball coach

Longtime Westark baseball coach Bill Crowder wrote a memoir in 1992 titled “Success is More Than Wins,” a message he lived by until his death on Monday at the age of 89. The cause of death has not been made public. “Well, first of all, I think other than a …

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Teen charged with fatal shooting of 16-year-old in Amelia County | Crime News

A 17-year-old man has been charged with intentional homicide in the shooting death of a 16-year-old man earlier this month at Amelia Court House. The Amelia County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement Tuesday that it received a 911 call for an accidental self-inflicted gunshot wound around 9:44 p.m. July …

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Country camp reigned supreme at this wedding in Tennessee’s Cumberland Mountains

Kimberlin Rogers, events director for Houses and Parties, and banker Thomas Joseph (TJ) Ajello met through mutual friends at the University of Alabama. The pretext was not a set up, in fact, quite the contrary: “He came from a boarding school in New Hampshire and I was from Atlanta. No …

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