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email@example.comLike father, like daughter: Hayley Freeman is going D-I. The South Hagerstown senior track star signed a letter of intent Tuesday with the Virginia Military Institute in Lexington, Va., where she will receive an athletic scholarship to compete at the...
Virtuoso cellist Wesley Baldwin will headline an Aberdeen University/Civic Symphony concert at 7:30 tonight at the Johnson Fine Arts Center. The concert, “Ooh-la-la! French Night at the Symphony,” caps off a weeklong residency in northeast...
Virtuoso cellist Wesley Baldwin will join the Aberdeen University/Civic Symphony for a residency and concerts this week. Baldwin is professor of cello at the University of Tennessee. He holds degrees from Yale College, the New England Conservatory...
VERMILLION - The South Dakota Law Review and the University of South Dakota School of Law will host the 2013 South Dakota Law Review Symposium on Friday, March 15, beginning at 10 a.m. with the first panel discussion in the USD Law School courtroom. A...
BROOKINGS - South Dakota State University will lead a nearly $4 million study aimed at giving needy families across the country healthier nutritional choices at their local food pantries, the U.S. Agriculture Department announced on Feb. 27. South...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness SportsKansas State Athletic Director John Currie announced today that Clint Dowdle has been named the Assistant Athletic Director for Administration. Dowdle comes to Kansas State from Bowling Green where he was the Assistant Athletic Director for Football. ...
firstname.lastname@example.orgStanding on one’s head and spitting nickels used to figuratively represent a toilsome undertaking. But it might have been taken literally and breezed through as child’s play for the industrious students gathered Saturday at South Hagerstown...
People close to Bettye Durham Smith say she probably touched just about every life in Sanford in one way or another during three terms as mayor and decades in civic service. Smith, who served as Sanford's first female mayor from 1985 to 1997, died...
Annual spending on sports by public universities in six big-time conferences like the SEC and Big 12 has passed $100,000 per athlete -- about six to 12 times the amount those universities are spending per student on academics, according to a study...
AP Education WriterAnnual spending on sports by public universities in six big-time conferences like the SEC and Big 12 has passed $100,000 per athlete — about six to 12 times the amount those universities are spending per student on academics, according to a study...
As President Barack Obama tries to avoid fallout from his Cabinet and national security nominations, one potentially controversial post remains vacant. Amid tension with America's Roman Catholic leaders about a health care mandate that requires religious...
Albert H. Ford, a retired Bendix Field Engineering Corp. executive who was a noted Maryland rosarian, died Jan. 3 of pneumonia at the University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center. He was 90. The son of a newspaperman and a homemaker, Albert Henry...
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