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Part of Dogwood Springs Trail closed City crews will block part of the Dogwood Springs Trail behind the La-Z-Boy ball fields on Lincoln Street. This will allow staff to upgrade the transmission line and is expected to take about four weeks. Siloam Springs Heritage Festival The first heritage festival since …

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Seymour Main Street Receives National Accreditation

Seymour Main Street was recently designated as an accredited Main Street program for another year. The Seymour organization is in its 26th year, but this is its third year as a nationally accredited organization, said Bri Roll, who has served as executive director of Seymour Main Street since July 2020. …

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Craig Allen says: Meet Greg Kihn

The Greg Kihn Band was founded by singer Greg Kihn and bassist Steve Wright. And although the lineup has changed over the years, the band is still touring (before COVID) today. Greg Kihn began his musical career in Baltimore. He started writing songs and performing in local cafes while in …

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Nevada bans racist mascots and “sunset sirens”

Steve marcus Football players practice in the modernized weight room at Western High School on Monday, June 10, 2013. Chaparral and Western High School football programs have received $ 500,000 donations to upgrade everything from weight room with field equipment and new uniforms. By Sam Metz, Associated Press / Report …

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Alice J. McClelland 1959-2021 | News, Sports, Jobs

HUBBARD – Alice J. McClelland, 62, passed away peacefully at the home of her sister, Karen Mascioli, with friends and family by her side, on Tuesday, June 1, 2021. Alice was born on May 21, 1959 in Steubenville, daughter of Francis M. and Mary Jean Findlay McClelland. Alice graduated from …

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Buffalo Soldiers Biker Club Reveals Tulsa Centennial

Motorbike group brings riders from across the country for the centenary of the race massacre The Buffalo Soldiers, a predominantly black biker group, took part in Saturday’s parade for the centennial of the Tulsa Race Massacre with more than 100 runners. Addison Kliewer, Oklahoman TULSA – After the shiny floats, …

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Memorial Day Events Abound in Ashtabula County | Local News

With Ohio recently lifting outdoor gathering restrictions, many counties and municipalities are hosting Memorial Day events this year. Forecasters say Mother Nature will cooperate with partly sunny skies on Monday, with highs of around 67 degrees. Last year events and parades were canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic. Here is …

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Take It Back: Interview with Wilderado

Listen and subscribe at BiB We had the pleasure of interviewing Wilderado on the Zoom video! Tulsa Wilderado’s indie-rock trio have released their new single “Head Right” – available to stream on all DSPs through Bright Antenna Records. A confident and boisterous slice of rock n ‘roll, “Head Right” builds …

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“Children are number one” | News, Sports, Jobs

Photo by Deb Gau Wayne Ivers’ office at Marshall High School is surrounded by photos and memorabilia from students in the Marshall Group. Ivers said getting to know the students, and watching them grow as musicians and people, has been the best part of teaching at MHS. MARSHALL – Wayne …

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List of Memorial Day 2021 Events | Local News

To Honor and remember those who have died in the service of our nation, there will be many Memorial Day events taking place in the Six County area. Services will begin Saturday at 10 a.m. at Riverview Memory Gardens, 29231 County Road 424, Rural Defiance. Trish Speiser will serve as …

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Gruff Rhys: Album Review In Search Of New Gods

Gruff Rhys could have been a schoolteacher – one of those unconventional educators who regale students with skits about historical oddities and poke fun at standardized tests. The Super Furry Animals singer’s academic interests are as eclectic as the freewheeling Welsh band he spent most of his adulthood with. This …

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Welcome to Europe, American Jews

Jews of America. Meet the Jews of Europe. You have a lot to say. You are no longer just co-religionists. You are quickly becoming co-statistics, your people being assaulted on both sides of the Atlantic. Violent Islamic hatred of Jews has come to your streets – yes, those same streets …

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Transgender children like me are not political pawns

As a transgender student athlete, I’m tired of Texas lawmakers using transgender children as political pawns without listening to what we have to say. Transgender students like me want to participate in sports just like other kids, but some lawmakers use us as a punch bag to score political points. …

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The real winners are Katy Perry and Mickey Guyton

Originally from California, Chayce Beckham may have been the winner of American Idol Season 19 after the final on May 23, but two duets before the winner was announced won our hearts. As the last three performers – Grace Kinstler, Willie Spence and Beckham – waited to see who would …

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