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The father of a girl admitted to a Baton Rouge magnet school said today that he suspects the school's principal who was placed on leave Monday was involved in changing his daughter's entrance test in an attempt to keep her out. Kevin O'Neill said
Summit the 24th and final seed in the tournament fell behind early to No...They were a really good team, SHS head coach Michael O'Neill said of Wheat Ridge. .....A lot of teams, falling behind early, would have gotten down and stopped working, but
When he went to work for the state in 1992, his sound-alike wife, Renee (note the double "e") True, was appointed to replace him. During their years in office, the operation was a true family affair.Rene hired Renee to work in the office. She put her
However, any property owner who wants to dispute a reassessment may arrange a conference with the PVA office starting Monday and continuing through May 17...Saturday in the PVA office on the sixth floor of the Phoenix Building, 101 East Vine Street.
The men spent several nights in a Papua New Guinea jail charged with possessing nearly 500 grams of marijuana found on a yacht on which they were passengers. Last week, a magistrate found the four not guilty because the prosecution had failed to
They say that you are never more than 100ft from a Red Hand of Ulster in Northern Ireland. Over the course of one afternoon, I photographed more than 100 examples of this ancient Irish symbol – partly in an attempt at divination, and partly as an
They kept us in it.” It was the Tiger girls' lacrosse team's first game back after a week off for spring game, and Summit didn't show much rust. Elliott said the Tigers were solid on ground balls and worked their passing well up and down the field. “
It does not take a rocket scientist to work out what Hull City need to survive relegation once again, but the ironic fact is they went ahead and appointed the man who is football's nearest version to one in the shape of Iain Dowie. The much-
A new musical from "Passing Strange" composer Stew -- with an assist from "Next to Normal" composer Tom Kitt -- is among the three shows on tap for a developmental workshop this summer at the O'Neill Theater Center's National Music Theater Conference.
One part of the National's mission is to showcase the best of regional theatre. And you won't find much anywhere in Britain to top Laurie Sansom's superlative productions, first seen at the Royal and Derngate Northampton, of these two early plays by