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Santa and Mrs. Claus welcomed children at the Nathan Hale Schoolhouse as people from around the New London area gathered on the Parade Plaza for New London Main Street's annual Celebration of Lights and Song including the lighting of New London's
But Mavericks head coach Mike Don wasn't worried. "We just needed to get some kids healthy," Don said of the late-season struggles. "The kids always believed." That belief was evident last week when Meadowdale went down to Lacey and handed Narrows No.
Director of National Intelligence, James Clapper, admit the espionage publicly. Our allies spy on our leaders just as we spy on theirs, he explained to the House Intelligence Committee: "It's one of the first things I learned in intel school in 1963,
A finish, the Lakes Lancers proved they are serious about starting over in the postseason. Lakes rolled over Nathan Hale on Friday at Memorial Stadium in Seattle, using a 28-point second quarter and a monster first half from quarterback Nick Webster
From "The Great American Dust Bowl."...Published in the 1951 collection Parents Keep Out, Nash's poem might as well be discussing the 21st-century child: tastes haven't changed so much as they have diversified.
30 p.m., Meany Building (lunchroom), 300 20th Ave.
The lists include 65 boys from Division I lacrosse programs and 45 boys from Division II lacrosse programs at the high school level...Mercer Island, Washington Boys Division I state runner-up last season, lead all state high schools represented with
Mountain View 45, Borah 21 Capital 49, Timberline 22 Centennial 39, Vallivue 34 Eagle 34, Meridian 7 Thursday, Sept. 26 Mountain View at Boise (DLP), 7 p.m...Overall Bishop Kelly 2-0 3-0 Columbia 2-1 3-1 Emmett 2-1 3-1 Skyview 2-1 2-1 Kuna 2-1 2-1
Saying "I only regret that I have but one life to give for my country," Nathan Hale is hanged by the British at what is now 51st Street and First Avenue for being an American spy...One day after fire destroys much of Lower Manhattan, including
Donna Slate, principal of Nathan Hale Magnet Elementary School, was buzzing around the refurbished school, zigzagging around workmen, peering into boxes filled with books, stepping over a door jamb and greeting teachers who were setting up their