Helias seeks top honors at Class 2 State Golf Tournament

The Helias Lady Crusaders are happy to be here. Now they want to do something with their opportunity. “We have a one in eight chance,” Helias coach Dan Campbell said as the Lady Crusaders prepared for the State Class 2 tournament which begins this morning at Columbia Country Club. “We’re …

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Barrie Figure Skating Champion Combines Passion For Skating With Helping Others

BARRIE, ONT. – A Barrie figure skating champion gives back to the community in the best way she knows how. Olivia Rybicka-Oliver, an 18-year-old Barrie resident and figure skating champion in Poland, dedicates her time spending time with children with various illnesses. The idea for Rybicka-Oliver originated from his parents, …

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Popularity of SH farm market, adjoining park spurs toilet expansion | Local News

If you’re planning events at the downtown pavilion or adjoining Dyckman Park, you’d better take your parents’ age-old advice: go to the bathroom before you leave home. For those who ignore this advice, relief will soon be in sight. The City of South Haven and the city’s Downtown Development Authority …

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Chinese skaters win medals in Beijing 2022

Han Cong (top) / Sui Wenjing of China competes in the pairs figure skating event at the 2021 CS Asian Figure Skating Trophy at Capital Indoor Stadium in Beijing, China on October 15, 2021. / CFP Han Cong (top) / Sui Wenjing of China competes in the pairs figure skating …

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Kyodo News Digest: October 16, 2021

The launch pad of the Long March-2F Y13 rocket is pictured at the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in Gansu Province of China on October 15, 2021, before the launch of the rocket carrying the Shenzhou-13 spacecraft in the part of the country’s second crewed construction mission. its own space station. …

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Preparations Begin for First Dothan Ice Rink as Prices and Times Finalized | Government and Politics

The green space in Wadlington Park on Foster Street will soon be transformed into an ice rink that residents can enjoy this winter. JAY HARE, DOTHAN EAGLE Pedestrians walking along Foster Street can now see the start of preparations for Ice & Lights, Dothan’s very first ice rink. This week, …

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Mihara overthrows Sakamoto and wins Asian Open Trophy

Japan’s Mai Mihara won the women’s title at the Asian Open Trophy on Friday, when she passed her compatriot and overnight leader Kaori Sakamoto in the free skate. In a program with few errors, Mihara scored 135.75 points at Capital Indoor Stadium for a total of 203.58 in the test …

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West Side Rag ”Wollman Rink announces reopening date, as“ partner ”talks about food and a more inclusive mission

Posted on October 14, 2021 at 5:26 p.m. by Carol Tannenhauser An updated render of the ice rink, which will open next month. By Carol Tannenhauser Wollman Rink, the multi-story rink at the south end of Central Park, is scheduled to reopen on Nov. 14, a spokesperson for the rink’s …

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These TEN old cats from Tri-City Valley adapt to the ALCS

It’s time for the general statement: The 2021 American League Championship series, set to be played between the Boston Red Sox and the Houston Astros, would not have happened without the capital city. Sounds a bit drastic, right? Well, normally I would agree, and I would say I was dramatic. …

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Mansfield residents invited to speak out on park priorities

The city’s parks department held the first of two meetings on Wednesday to gather feedback from residents on aspects of its master plan must be implemented first. “As funds become available, we want to put together a list of things the community wants to see done,” said Mark Abrams, director …

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