Obituary: Mark Walter Cross | Independent Verde

Mark Walter Croix 1928 – 2021 Mark Walter Cross was born in Huntington, Indiana to Wilson M. Cross and Kathryn Bratton Cross on May 20, 1928. He attended Central High School, class of 1946, in South Bend, Indiana and Michigan College of Mining and Technology, class from 1951, in Houghton, …

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5 Best Recreation Centers in Sacramento, CA

Below is a list of the main recreation centers in Sacramento. To help you find the best recreation centers near you in Sacramento, we’ve compiled our own list based on this list of review points. Sacramento’s Best Recreation Centers: The top rated recreation centers in Sacramento, CA are: Soccer Pool …

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Three Kirkwood High School Students Achieve Perfect ACT Scores

KIRKWOOD, Mo. – Three high school students from Kirkwood High School each scored perfect on their ACTs. Helena Verbrugge, Sara Simkins and Ezra Mendelson each scored 36, according to a Kirkwood School District press release. New Literacy Lab Showcases Black Authors and Characters to Improve Student Literacy Helene Verbrugge Verbrugge …

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Life Time bet big on pickleball

Five years ago, convincing Life Time to open its tennis courts to a regional pickleball tournament was no easy task. “We begged Life Time in Lakeville to use the tennis courts to sponsor a regional pickleball tournament,” recalled Frank Stucki, president of the Twin Cities Pickleball Club. Life Time gave …

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Racquetball Courts are for Racquetball, It’s Time for Decision Makers to Open the Courts | Opinion

As a freshman and second semester one of my favorite things to do with my friends was racquetball. We often got up early to play before class, or finished dinner quickly to go to the courts. It was a good fun exercise and I loved it. Unfortunately, when COVID-19 started …

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Policy delays Broward 911 emergency radio network final patch

West Lake Park in Hollywood, near the site where a 325-foot tower for Broward’s new 911 radio system will be built. Photo: Noreen Marcus By Noreen Marcus, FloridaBulldog.org A stalled tower project in a Hollywood park blocks a fully functioning 911 radio system for Broward – nearly four years after …

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Expert Response – State of the Wine Industry

Advertising This Expert Q&A introduces Brian Clements, Vice President and Partner of Turrentine Brokerage, and Dale Stratton, President of the Wine Market Council, who will both speak at this year’s WINExpo, scheduled for Dec. 2, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds in Santa Rosa, Calif. For …

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My bucket list at Notre Dame // The Observer

During the winter break following the first semester of my freshman year, I created a Notre Dame bucket list. When chatting with other classmates, this creation is not unusual. A girl in my halls made a dormitory checklist, to make sure she had made a friend from every corner of …

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Inverness squash duo Alasdair Prott and Martin Ross will play back-to-back Scottish PSA events in December at the Grange Open and Lockerbie Challenger

After a difficult year, the PSA circuit is heating up with two tournaments in quick succession; The Commercial Water Solutions Grange Open, a men’s and women’s tournament which will start at the Grange Club in Edinburgh from December 1-5, followed by the Lockerbie Challenger which will take place at the …

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Around the Neighborhoods: Gusserane to Raheen

GUSSERANE all alley The newly appointed Gusserane Racquetball Committee has been busy updating the lighting system in the ball lane in recent weeks. Brighter, more energy efficient lights are now in place and the place is good to go. A registration evening will take place on Tuesday 30 from 8:30 …

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