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The Central Security Council agrees to strengthen security at night in Beirut, including a ban on motorcycles. Lebanon's residents are infatuated with image, and they often have good reason to need a bit of distraction. No surprise, then, that this
Thursday, June 5, in the Homeland Security Education Center on the college's main campus, 425 Fawell Blvd., in Glen Ellyn. This event is sponsored by the Metropolitan Fire Chief's Association of Illinois through partnerships with the Fire Apparatus
The rematch of one of college basketball's best games of the season ended with Hall of Fame coach Jim Boeheim getting ejected after he charged onto the court to argue a block/charge call...Saint Francis finished its season 30-0 with its 89-69 win
Newbury Park plays at Buena while Thousand Oaks battles Eastside at home in the Division 2AA bracket...Oak Park played Covina (Division 3A), Oaks Christian battled Heritage Christian (Div...A) and Newbury Park Adventist grappled with Capistrano
Teresa Maria Orman, longtime Tuba City High School Spanish teacher and Tuba City and Moencopi community member, played host to a Nov. 13 public exhibition of the paintings and autobiographical film of Mexican born artist, Frida Kahlo. She put on the
Ledyard and New London can earn berths with wins on Thanksgiving Day. Stonington needs to win on Thanksgiving and get some help in order to extend its season...NFA plays host to New London in the 152nd edition of the nation's oldest high school
November 18 The Kansas City Star The Missouri volleyball team moved up to a program-record No. American Volleyball Coaches Association poll released Monday. More News The Tigers, 31-0 overall and 15-0 in the Southeastern Conference, moved up from No.
General admission is $5 per person, with children 11 and younger getting in free. In mud bogging, typically four-wheel-drive vehicles are driven through a pit of mud across a predetermined distance. The vehicles that make it through the bog and/or
Zambia Africa is in the rare position this week of playing host to not just one American president, but two. While President Barack Obama's visit to sub-Saharan Africa is a historic trip for America's first black president, former President George W.
Perry, will find their oasis at Des Moines' Water Works Park, the designated campsite for day three of the weeklong ride...Ultimately, they determined the park immediately southwest of downtown would be large enough to hold everyone. Organizers are