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District support flows for administrator's blood drives (Plano Courier)
What started as one blood drive to benefit school administrator Larry Tucker has grown to five as the community reaches out to ease his battle with scleroderma.
216 Carmel High School students give from the heart for blood drive (Carmel T...
Carmel High School's blood drive on Feb. 9 resulted in the donation of 216 pints of blood, said student government co-sponsor Michelle Foutz. About 333 students signed up, she said, but some were prevented from donating because of health concerns.
News in brief (Onalaska Community Life)
Here are a selection of brief news items from this week's paper edition, as well as a few news briefs that didn't make it in the paper.
Community Highlights (North Fort Myers Neighbor)
Editor?s note: For more event listings in North Fort Myers and beyond, visit us online at www.northfortmyersneighbor.com and click on our community calendar.
What's Happening (Tahoe Daily Tribune)
Tahoe Dance Band invites everyone to a Valentine's dance from 7:30 to 10 p.m. Friday at the South Lake Tahoe Senior Center, 3050 Lake Tahoe Blvd. Those who wish may wear red clothing.
Jesse Palter Appearing at the Blue Note Jazz Brunch Sunday, Feb 25th Sets at ...
At 21 years old, through both training and pure instinct, Jesse has grown into one of the most accomplished and dynamic singers (and songwriters) in the Detroit jazz and overall music scenes.
MUSIC (Washington Post)
On his most recent albums, Jamaican singer Richie Spice cleverly displayed a modern take on roots reggae; the production was more polished, his group used some contemporary keyboard-generated rhythms, and his singing displayed traces of rhythm and blues. Friday night at Zanzibar, Spice and his New...
Celebrasia Performers Ring In Chinese New Year (Daily Northwestern)
More than 500 Northwestern students filled Tech Auditorium Saturday night for Celebrasia 2007, Northwestern's celebration of the onset of the Year of the Pig. Red and gold ornamental tapestries and paper lanterns created a festive mood in the lobby of Tech that continued inside the venue.
THE SAVAGE STRIPPER RIPPER IS GUILTY (New York Post)
He hated women as much he loved himself. A Manhattan jury convicted per sonal trainer Paul Cortez yesterday of the 2005 throat-slash murder of his dancer ex-girlfriend, Catherine Woods The crime sent shock waves through New York's singles...
Woman struggles in a fight for her life (Ark Valley News)
Melissa Tweedy is determined. The 26-year-old Wichita woman is unwavering in her desire to not let the disease beat her. It is that drive that helps her through each day.
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