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‘Nomadland’ Is Second Oscar Winner For Best Picture To Be Shot In Nebraska | Movies

Chloe Zhao arrives at the Oscars on Sunday. Zhao, the director of “Nomadland”, made history as the second woman to win the Oscar for Best Director. “Nomadland” won the award for Best Picture, the second film shot in Nebraska to do so. The “Nomadland” poster features the Midwest Theater and …

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Afternoon edition: April 26, 2021

Good afternoon. Here’s the latest Chicago news you need to know. This is an approximately 5 minute read that will educate you on today’s biggest stories. This afternoon will be mostly sunny with a temperature of around 76 degrees. Tonight’s low will be around 63 degrees. A taste of summer …

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The OHL season still a possibility for the London Knights

LONDON, ONT. – Not that long ago, nearly 10,000 hockey fans joined Budweiser Gardens on Friday nights for a game. That scenario may not return anytime soon, but London Knights management is still hoping an OHL season can be played. “We are patiently waiting and it looks positive,” said Rob …

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PRE-GAME STORY: Devils at Capitals 3.25.21

Check out the team’s latest coverage in our Inside the Devils blog. >> LEARN MORE IN THE INSIDE THE DEVILS BLOG WASHINGTON DC – Goalie Mackenzie blackwood, who has won their last three games, will leave for New Jersey on Thursday night against the Washington Capitals. His counterpart will be …

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SAI Academy Wins Under-Junior Women’s Hockey Title

Representative image Bhubaneswar: The Sports Authority of India (SAI) Academy beat Odisha Naval Tata Hockey High-Performance Center 5-4 via penalties, after both teams were locked at 2-2 in regulation time, to win the 1st sub-junior women’s academy national championship here Thursday. The SAI Academy fought a remarkable fight in regulation …

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Adirondack rules out Shenendehowa 4-0 in CDHSHL final

The Adirondack Rivermens have managed to appear in nine Capital District High School Hockey League games this season. It’s what the team has done in their last three outings that probably won’t be leaving players in memories anytime soon. After securing uneven victories in the quarter-finals and semi-finals of the …

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Adirondacks advance to CDHSHL final with 7-1 win over Burnt Hills / Ballston Spa

GLENS FALLS – With my apologies to Alfred Lord Tennyson, better to have played and lost than never to have played at all. The Burnt Hills / Ballston Spa ice hockey team surrendered a 7-1 road decision to the Adirondack Rivermen on Friday in a capital high school ice hockey …

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NHL mom reimburses her son’s arena manager with kidney

WINGHAM, ONT. –Bonnie O’Reilly and Graham Nesbitt will be friends forever after the Huron County hockey mom donated her kidney to the arena manager who helped launch her son’s NHL career. “No words can really express thank you,” says an emotional Nesbitt on a Zoom call with Bonnie, who responds, …

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The Christian Brothers Academy ends the perfect season

Last year, on March 11, the world of sports was about to stop. The Christian Brothers Academy players were getting ready for their second game of the State Tournament, but instead they never got a chance to play. After months of mask wear, social distancing and hand washing, the team …

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