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Leonard Conger could deliver goods to San Bernardino County and live to talk about it – Daily Bulletin

I wouldn’t be surprised if Leonard C. Conger looked at the scenery around remote Resting Springs many years ago and said, “This looks like a good place for an ambush.” No, that was too long ago for him to recite a future movie clip. But one day 166 years ago, …

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4 things to do this weekend

Along with ice cream trucks and beach trips, the fun of amusement parks tends to wane when the weather turns cold. But Manhattan now offers a place where kids can still enjoy the splendor of Ferris wheels, roller coasters, rides and more: the New-York Historical Society. For the first time, …

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New this week: “Don’t Look Up”, new “Matrix” and “Sing 2”

Here’s a collection curated by The Associated Press entertainment reporters on what’s coming to TV, streaming services and music platforms this week. MOVIES – Nicole Kidman and Javier Bardem star Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz in Aaron Sorkin’s “Being the Ricardos”, a clever and fun showbiz pic that takes audiences …

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Members of the Epilepsy Foundation community receive awards

American Epilepsy Society Annual Meeting Presents Awards to Epilepsy Foundation Community Members The American Epilepsy Society (AES) hosted participants in person and virtually for the annual meeting in Chicago from December 3-7, 2021. At the meeting, two prestigious awards were presented to members of the Epilepsy Foundation community . Dr. …

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LBJ High School Heads To The State Forever

A touchdown with nine seconds left in the semifinals saw LBJ Early College East Austin enter Friday’s state title game, making the team football history. year. Why is this important: Over the past decades, state champions have regularly come from suburban neighborhoods with deep pockets. LBJ’s student body is largely …

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Bill to remove nicknames and mascots from planned Native American public schools in Beacon Hill | Local news

Say hello to the Cleveland Guardians. The American League franchise in this Ohio town has officially renounced its century-old nickname “Indians” after a long controversy. The team deleted their blatantly offensive caricature of Chief Wahoo years ago, but struggled to find a new mascot before unveiling the Guardians logo earlier …

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Opinion: A new day is dawning for Native American medical students

Calac is a medical student at the University of California, San Diego. He was born and raised in Escondido. The 2020 Decennial Census of the United States was remarkable for the Indian country of California, with an almost 100% increase in the number of people identifying themselves as American Indian …

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Jazz Area ensemble placement auditions for spring 2022

Department of Music The University of Arkansas Music Department invites all students to participate in the Jazz Region Ensemble Placement Auditions for the Spring Semester 2022! The jazz program offers a wide range of ensemble opportunities in jazz, world and popular music. All instruments and majors are welcome to audition …

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Glass Animals’ “heat waves” have steadily climbed the charts

For an English group, Glass Animals, Variety’s Group of the Year, has spent so much time touring the United States that they might as well be American. “I feel comfortable here and can eat all the food I grew up with, like Hot Pockets,” says Dave Bayley, the quartet’s frontman …

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Honoring Native American Heritage: Doug Rumbo of Mavs Proud of His Roots in the Choctaw Nation

Doug Rumbo: I am the Dallas Mavericks Facility Administrator and my job is to make sure everyone in the office has a comfortable and safe working environment, which means maintaining the facility. Every day is different. Maintaining facilities means making sure everything is working properly, from plumbing to electrical issues …

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