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The end zone | Newspaper

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Inspired by the Olympics? These Utah Sports Venues Can Help You Get A Practice Or Just Try Something New

(Rick Egan | The Salt Lake Tribune) Kyra Condie chalks her hands up as she trains to represent the U.S. team at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, where rock climbing will debut, on Thursday, July 15, 2021. | Oct 31, 2021, 12:00 p.m. Whether you’ve been inspired by the jumps …

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Karl Reuther obituary (2021) – Stow, OH

Karl, “with a K”, Reuther at 90 minus 1, went to play Pickleball with Jesus on Sunday, October 17, 2021.He was born on July 18, 1932 in Akron, Ohio, to the late Karl Albert and Martha Amalia (Hunsicker) Reuther. He is survived by his wife Dr Gayle A. Galan, 38 …

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Obituary: Léopold John Beaudoin – Portland Press Herald

Leopold Jean Beaudoin Leopold John Beaudoin 1935 – 2021 TOPSHAM – Leopold “Leo” John Beaudoin of Topsham passed away on October 21, 2021 at Coastal Shores Assisted Living in Brunswick. He was born in Brunswick on January 20, 1935, the eighth child of Albert J. and Marie Flore (Garand) Beaudoin, …

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Intramural sports start in the snow

Don’t forget to like and share! ?? The students love intramural flag football. Photo by Lillian Wade. It’s finally that time of year in Snow for athletic badgers. Intramural sports have started, and it’s creating excitement and competition among the students here at Ephraim. Registration has already taken place, so …

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Obituary of Floyd Francis Wazelle, Warren, Ohio

WARREN, Ohio (MyValleyTributes) – On Thursday, October 21, 2021, Floyd Francis Wazelle, 77, of Waren, passed away. He was born in Warren on February 23, 1944 to Alphonse Francis and Katherine (Brauns) Wazelle. Floyd proudly served his country with the United States Navy, holding the rank of Petty Officer Second …

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Hamilton Open brings professional squash players from 18 countries to Lancaster | Sponsored content

Bob Falk discovered squash while completing a gym requirement at Franklin & Marshall College in the mid-1960s and eventually joined the school’s first varsity team in 1966. “Being from Lancaster County, I had no idea what squash was other than a vegetable,” he recalls with a laugh. While times have …

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Mike Shanahan sells Cherry Hills Village home for $ 15.752 million

New Broncos Ring of Fame member and former head coach Mike Shanahan has sold his Cherry Hills Village home for $ 15.752 million. The recent and noble sale is the highest single-family home price in the metro area, according to the Wall Street Journal. Shanahan and his wife, Peggy, built …

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Former Broncos head coach Mike Shanahan sells Denver-area house for $ 15.725 million

Former Denver Broncos coach Mike Shanahan and his wife, Peggy Shanahan, have sold their Denver-area home for $ 15.725 million. Located in Cherry Hills Village, Colorado, an affluent town bordering Denver, the property spans approximately 4 acres. It was on and off the market for several years, first asking for …

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Welcome back: Cain Center celebrates its grand reopening | New

Athens had a reason to celebrate Tuesday with the long-awaited grand reopening of the Cain Center. The event was extremely well attended with incredible participation including the community, city and county officials and the local chamber of commerce. Center Director Chris Baker, Mayor Toni Garrard Clay and City Manager Elizabeth …

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