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UNC student Taylor Robinette recently launched his new social networking app, Bevii, via email blast to his fellow students. Which might have been fine, except that the email was sent from email@example.com and made to look like a campus shooting
Resources Karen Ann Robinette March 13, 1960- September 21, 2013 Resident of Menlo Park Karen Ann Robinette passed away on September 21, 2013 from cancer. She is survived by her two sons, Nathaniel and Nicholas Coombs as well as her mother, Elsie
C ooper Stowers, after predicting a win over Pueblo West that came to fruition back in March, said he was hoping to provide a spark for the rest of the season...The Durango High School boys lacrosse team won that game March 30, and the Demons havent
I t's safe to say Durango High School boys lacrosse has Sandia Prep's number. DHS defeated Sandia Prep 21-0 on Saturday at DHS Stadium to even its overall record at 6-6, and the Demons have beaten the Sundevils by an aggregate 42-3 in two victories
O nce again, the Durango High School boys lacrosse team showed progress. Once again, the Demons lost a Mountain League game on the road. Again, were steadily improving, slowly but surely, DHS head coach John Robinette said...Thats the least amount of
T he Durango High School boys lacrosse team met its three goals Friday: Play to win?...The Demons lost to Grand Junction 11-2 to Friday, a marked improvement from their first loss, 21-3 against Aspen a week ago, DHS head coach John Robinette said.
Courtesy of The Aspen Times Durango High School boys lacrosse only has played outside twice this season, losing 21-3 on Friday at Aspen...The Durango High School boys lacrosse team opened the Colorado prep season with a game at Aspen on Friday
Friday, Feb. 22, 2013 Discovery Place will extend its Discovery Place Kids franchise to Rockingham on Saturday, opening the new children's museum in the former McKenzie Furniture building. Ceremonies begin at 9 a.m. with dignitaries including
A Garrard County man was found dead Tuesday in his vehicle in a locked storage unit in Lancaster, Garrard County Coroner Daryl Hodge said. Hodge said Wednesday that he did not suspect foul play in the death of Christian Robinette, 41, of Lancaster.
Police say they were able to use a McDonald's lunch to distract a knife-wielding man long enough to disarm him after a nearly four-hour standoff in Montecito. The Santa Barbara News-Press reports (http://bit.ly/Xl9CWm ) police used a flash-bang