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High school roundup: Huntington Beach softball blasts Troy

Jaylene Duarte and Rachael Arnold homered to help the Huntington Beach High School softball team to an 11-0 Mercy Rule victory over Troy in six innings Wednesday in a non-league game. Sophia Knight added three hits, four RBIs, three stolen bases and two runs scored for Huntington Beach (6-3). Tea …

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Mueller lands dream win | FishingWorld.com

(February 26, 2022 – LAKE HAVASU CITY, Arizona) Frankie Mueller couldn’t have written a better script for his win at the 2022 TNT Fireworks BASS Nation Western Regional.The 26-year-old resident of nearby Kingman, Arizona grew up fishing on this 19,200-acre Colorado River reservoir. After a strong start on Wednesday, he …

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Hooked on Fishing returns to the Netherlands for children; Find out the details – Port Arthur News

NEDERLAND — The pond at Doornbos Park will be packed with young anglers on Saturday as they seek to land the biggest. The park, located at 2301 Avenue H in Nederland, is the site of the Nederland Rotary Club’s annual Hooked on Fishing, Not On Drugs event. Free fishing is …

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Marine Electrical Systems Course – Starting Tuesday, Feb. 15 at Libertyville HS

It may sound shocking, but a course in marine electrical systems might actually save you from being zapped! Plus, it could very well save your boat because around 60% of all boat fires can be traced to problems with their electrical systems. America’s Boating Club in Waukegan offers an informative …

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Attention a necessity when ice fishing

Ice fishermen finally had a winter that was cold enough for long enough that they could have a season. There has been much success over the past month by those who brave the cold and venture onto frozen water. The ponds, inland lakes, and harbors of Lake Erie produced huge …

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Ice fishing tournament honors husband, father and friend Matt Schmidt

LAKE KOSHKONONG, Wis. (WMTV) – Matt Schmidt’s family and friends remembered him with an ice fishing tournament on Saturday. The Matt Schmidt Outdoors Memorial Ice Fishing Derby was named after Matt, who was a big part of the Milton community. He died during the “fracking of the wood” in 2020. …

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Waiheke Marina: 16-year-old served with legal papers at school

Waiheke Marina’s youngest protector named in an injunction restraining 32 people from the Kennedy Point Marina site was served court papers at school. Jono Benzur, 16, had to leave his music class at Waiheke High School to receive the papers in November. Along with other members of Protect Pūtiki, the …

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Harley Tomlinson obituary (1932 – 2022) – Hamden, Connecticut

Harley E. tomlinsonHarley E. Tomlinson, 89, of Knob Hill Drive in Hamden, husband of 48 years of the late Joyce E. Tomlinson, died on January 6, 2022 after a long illness. He was assisted towards the end by his youngest son, David Tomlinson, during a brief residency at the Connecticut …

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Jerry Desmond obituary (23/5/1958 – 24/12 // 2021) – Pawcatuck, CT

Pawcatuck – Jerry M. Desmond of Pawcatuck, 63, beloved husband of Jacquelyn (Gauvin) Desmond, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer on Friday, December 24, 2021 at Westerly Hospital. A battle he faced with his exuberant and contagious optimism and his spirit of initiative that he gave everything in …

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Obituary of Jerome (Jerry) Anthony Solano

Jérôme (Jerry) Anthony Solano Jerome (Jerry) Anthony Solano, 74, passed away on December 9, 2021, surrounded by his beloved wife and children. He was born in Ault, Colorado, to Fred and Lillian Solano and raised by his grandmother, Mollie Trujillo. At the age of 10, he was welcomed into the …

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High School Roundup: Fountain Valley Wrestling Places Fourth at Mann Classic

Sophomore Ryland Whitworth won the 195-pound title in the Mann Classic wrestling tournament on Saturday at Marina High School, leading a group of seven placers for Fountain Valley, which finished fourth in the tournament. Whitworth went 4-0 in the two-day event with two pins. He defeated Clovis Buchanan’s Keanu Trelles …

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Rittman, Dutcher, Slanker and Swisher win the Toys for Tots 4-player title

Fishing results Matthieu rittman, Brian dutcher, Seth slanker and Jackson swisher had 43.11 pounds to win Toys for Tots’ eighth annual 4-player tag team tournament on Dec. 5 at Lake Kissimmee. Garrett Rocamora, Jackson Williams, Travis Finley and Levi Brun took second place with 37.43 pounds. Alex Funke, Austin Marvulli, …

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Troy Colby (December 4, 1962 – October 30, 2021)

Troy Colby, 58, died on Saturday, October 30, 2021 at Sweetwater County Memorial Hospital in Rock Springs, Wyoming. He died after a long illness. Mr. Colby was a resident of Rock Springs, Wyoming for thirty years and a former resident of Gretna, Nebraska. He was born December 4, 1962 in …

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Too fine a line for local wildlife | New

They call it Junk of the Unc, the charming flotilla of wobbly boats that “race” (perhaps a generous term in low-flow years) across the Uncompaghre River at Ridgway RiverFest. The event is sponsored by the Uncompaghre Watershed Partnership, whose mission is to restore and protect the river and its tributaries. …

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Southwestern Michigan College Announces Bass Fishing as

Dowagiac, Mich., September 28, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – In addition to varsity basketball, cross-country, volleyball and wrestling competitions in 2022, Southwestern Michigan College today announced that it would form a mixed bass fishing team the next time drop to be coached by Bill Mathews. There are about 600 colleges in …

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Boating Safety Course Begins October 7 at Libertyville High School

America’s Boating Course is a boating safety course designed for boaters using all types of watercraft. This is a NASBLA approved course that meets state certification requirements. Material covered includes vessel terminology, required vessel equipment, vessel rules and regulations, vessel handling, navigation rules, navigation aids, emergency conditions, maritime communications, water …

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Marina Jeffcoat obituary (2021) – Ozark, AL

Ms. Marina Grantham Jeffcoat Ms. Marina Grantham Jeffcoat, a resident of Ozark, passed away on Thursday, September 23, 2021 at Dale Medical Center. She was 68 years old. Marina’s funeral services will be at 3:30 p.m. on Monday, September 27, 2021 in the Chapel of Holman’s Funeral Home and Cremations …

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Park Rapids nonprofit guides vets to the great outdoors

The grant from the Minnesota Veterans 4 Veterans Trust Fund (V4V), another nonprofit, will support programs that allow local veterans to hunt, fish, garden, hunt mushrooms, dog sled, ride horses and Moreover. MFO was founded circa 2018 by Sam Carlson, a retired MNR Park Rapids conservation officer. V4V President Dean …

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Get addicted to Colorado Drifters Coffee and Fly Shop

Drifters co-owner Beckie Clarke finishes brewing coffee in the downtown New Castle boutique.Chelsea Self / Post Independent There’s a new buzz to pick up in Old Town New Castle. Combining the West’s love for trout fishing and potent elixirs, Colorado Drifters Coffee and Fly Shop truly reflects highland culture at …

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As I see it: Salmon fishing | Local News

The first photo I shared this week was definitely of the ‘good old days’, which unfortunately we’ll probably never see again. This is the Antelope fishing boat with a huge load of salmon, caught on the Coquille River. The story I am sharing to accompany this photo is called “Salmon …

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UCLA: UCLA admits most accomplished class in history

UCLA offered admission in the fall of 2021 to more than 15,000 high school students and 5,300 transfer applicants who together represent the most academically accomplished class in campus history. The university has seen strong growth in the racial, ethnic and socioeconomic diversity of its admitted freshman and transfer classes …

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James Richard Sanders | Obituary

James Richard Sanders “Jim” was born February 21, 1942 in Houston, Texas, to Hugh Dee Sanders and Odessa Grace (née Jones) as well as his brother Joe Willard Sanders, all of whom predeceased him. He grew up in Tomball, Texas where he excelled in many jobs, sports and activities of …

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After the Illinois High School Association board of directors extended Carlyle’s contract to host the state bass fishing finals for another three years, changes seem inevitable with bass fishing in Illinois high schools.

A decade-long storm building came to a head on June 14 when the Illinois High School Association board of trustees approved the three-year extension of Carlyle’s hosting of the state finals for fishing at bass. The first 12 finals took place on Lake Carlyle. “I guarantee that many schools will …

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Richard “Rick” Lee Cunningham | Obituary

Richard “Rick” Lee Cunningham of Yakima joined the stars in the sky on Wednesday, June 2, 2021. His tenacity and strength have never wavered during his long battle with cancer. Rick was born in The Dalles, Oregon in 1943, the eldest son of Leo and Ruth Cunningham. The loss of …

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Marina’s men’s volleyball wins first CIF championship

Marina High School men’s volleyball coach Ryan Parker dared to dream big. When he returned to the program this season after previously serving as an assistant, Parker told his team that the goal should go far beyond winning a league game. The Vikings did not settle, and they now find …

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How a student brings joy to campus

Like many younger siblings, Marina Martinez followed his older brother to college. She always looked at him and saw how much fun he had been attending the University of Georgia, being on the top team, and taking business classes. But Martinez, already a lifelong Dawg fan, didn’t think the UGA …

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Your student loans and the 2020 election: what to expect

getty As the 2020 presidential election approaches, student debt hangs over many potential voters: According to the Federal Reserve, in Q2 2020, borrowers held more than $ 1.6 trillion in student debt, and in 2019 , 43% of those who attended university had taken on debt to attend school. The …

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Women of color more likely to borrow, have higher loan debts

Women of color more likely to borrow, have higher loan debts

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) – It’s International Women’s Day and we are celebrating by launching a one week series about the everyday heroes in our lives. “Our America: Women Forward” presents stories of how women break down barriers and persevere in challenges. Among the most critical struggles is the student loan …

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