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Jeff Ingold and his family has lived near the intersection of Laurel Road and Two Notch Road in Lexington County for more than 20 decades. [Read More]
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The boy was the sixth child pedestrian injured or killed in two weeks in Milwaukee. [Read More]
After months of practice Whitesboro High School's marching band found itself at the top of the leader board at the state's recent marching band competition. The Pride of Whitesboro band came in second place out of more than 200 marching bands in the 3A division at UIL marching competition held Nov. 4-6. "When I found out we were in 2nd place in prelims and then heard our name announced as the State silver medalists in finals, I'll be honest, a mountain of pressure was lifted off and I... [Read More]
For the last month, residents of Denison have been recovering from a fire that devastated the city's historic downtown district. Even with things starting to return to normal for some, there continues to be a long way to go for others.A little after 10 a.m., Wednesday, Oct. 9 a fire was reported on Main Street in Denison.After the initial call and responses from several area fire departments, Denison was left with three buildings in extreme disrepair.Monday the city council authorized the... [Read More]
When the Bemidji High School girls hockey team went on the power play just 29 seconds into the new season, Gracie Fisher's highlight-reel goal started things off with a bang. [Read More]
Despite comforting words from Hindu and Muslim leaders to the faithful to take the verdict with equanimity and peace, the CJI and the two other judges thought it fit to understand from the top bureaucrat and policeman about deployment of security forces in sensitive areas to prevent any untoward situation in Ayodhya or any part of the state. [Read More]
The freshman big man will stay on the court while his case goes through the courts. [Read More]
Mason Drake, accused of killing a Kalispell mother and daughter in a car crash in July, appeared in court on Friday. [Read More]
A group of volunteers recently traveled from Texas to Bozeman recently to save the lives of three dogs that were at a kill shelter. [Read More]
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India's Supreme Court is set to deliver a ruling Saturday in a fierce dispute over a religious site that's claimed by both Hindus and Muslims. [Read More]
Police are investigating a multi-vehicle crash in Taunton Friday night that left at least one person dead. Troopers responded to a... [Read More]
The Bemidji State volleyball team fell 3-0 at the hands of No. 16 Winona State on Friday night, losing by scores of 25-18, 25-21 and 25-16 inside the BSU Gymnasium. [Read More]
The Raptors stars both left Friday's game after the first half in New Orleans. [Read More]
Fabbri was acquired in exchange for Jacob de la Rose on Wednesday. [Read More]
It's a glorious weekend ahead in Chattanooga. The Mocs men's and women's basketball take the McKenzie Arena for the first time in the regular season in a quest to regain Southern Conference trophies. The journey starts Saturday with the women taking on Hampton at 2 p.m., followed by the men against historic rival Tennessee State at 4:30 The Mocs and Tigers squared off 24 times over an 11-year stretch from the start of the 1971-72 campaign through Dec. 1983. The names included Moose McGary, Wayne Golden, William Gordon and Willie White for the good guys and Lloyd Neal,... [Read More]
 For the sixth time in the last eight matches, the Chattanooga Mocs volleyball team found themselves on the wrong end of a 3-2 (21-25, 27-25, 23-25, 25-21, 15-7) loss, this time on the road at Furman inside Alley Gym in Greenville, S.C on Friday night. Chattanooga falls to 5-21 overall and 0-13 in SoCon action following the loss. Furman improves to 6-18 and 6-7 against league opponents. Chattanooga (5-21, 0-13 SoCon) continues its road trip in the Carolinas with a 5 p.m. ET matchup in Greensboro, N.C.,... [Read More]
A difficult season continued Friday evening for the Lee volleyball team as it fell in five sets at rival Shorter. The Lady Flames outlasted the Hawks, 27-25 in the first but the home team bounced back to even things at 1-1 with a 25-20 victory in set two. Lee claimed set three, 25-23 but stumbled to a lopsided 25-13 loss in the fourth set before losing the match, 15-11 in the tiebreaker. Bailey Kress led the Lady Flames with 15 kills while Abby Stroh tallied 13 and Quinne Daoust posted... [Read More]
The City of Williston is ramping up for the 2019-2020 snow season so it's time to review the city's procedures. Typically snow removal operations begin when the City receives more... [Read More]
Hunters venturing out for the opening weekend of deer season will have tolerable temperatures — at least by this week's standards — and there's even a chance of tracking snow... [Read More]