Christian Rock Music
Loaded Deer Valley seeks repeat (The Arizona Republic)
Deer Valley is dreaming again.Guess that tends to happen when you win the state baseball title and seven starters return.
LOCAL NEWS (Daily Record)
The cause of the early morning Wednesday fire at a Cutler Street house that injured five people and displaced 11 is still under investigation. However, police said the fire did not appear to be suspicious.
Coast Carnival: Closing in on a century of social fun (The Biloxi Sun Herald)
If you go About the GCCA ball: 8 p.m. Monday at the Mississippi Coast Coliseum & Convention Center. Public is welcome to view the tableau. Free tickets are available at the Coliseum up until the ball starts. Enter through gates 2 or 3. Dress is business casual.
Dennis Semrau: Middleton to install FieldTurf, rename stadium to honor Breite...
When athletic director Luke Francois announced on Wednesday that Middleton High School will replace its grass turf at Memorial Field this spring with synthetic turf, it signaled the start of a cooperative effort that will benefit multiple communities.
Weird Web Trail: Conspiracy Theory ? Or Marketing For Nine Inch Nails LP? (MT...
Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor calls Year Zero a "concept record," while its online buzz campaign shows a future of government kidnappings and poison in our water supply.
Spouses are 'supportive, fiercely independent and a little bit crazy' (Worces...
Being a college basketball coach isn't easy - the long and crazy hours, the travel, the time away from home, the pressures to succeed - and neither is being married to one - the long and crazy hours, the travel, the time away from home, the pressures to succeed.
White Mountains Qualifies For Playoffs With 51-42 Win Over Littleton (The Cal...
LITTLETON NH - White Mountains is in, Littleton may be out. The battle for playoff position between the two rivals boiled down to the first quarter, when White Mountains outscored Littleton by 11 points.
Area Roundup (Lincoln Courier)
DECATUR - Zack Boyd had a game-high 25 points as third-seeded Warrensburg-Latham defeated Central A&M 52-41 Saturday in its first game of the Okaw Valley Tournament. The Cardinals advance to play second-seeded Monticello at 6 p.m. Tuesday night.
Newsfeed display by CaRP