Purple Ribbon Month honors Kaitlyn’s Law

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KGET) — July is Purple Ribbon Month, this is an important reminder to never leave a child alone in a vehicle. The month-long campaign is in honor of Kaitlyn’s Law. The law was signed into effect in 2001 after 6-month-old Kaitlyn Marie Russell was left unattended in a vehicle for two hours and […]
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How to save Kaitlyn in The Quarry

Want to save Kaitlyn in The Quarry? Both her and Dylan make for a fun duo in the later stages of the game, so it's understandable that you'd want to keep her alive, but if you don't take the right precautions early on, it becomes pretty difficult. One of the most important steps to ensure her survival is actually all the way back in chapter 1.
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Doherty’s stars on the track: Three sisters, Kaitlyn, Allison and Emily enjoying success

WILMINGTON — Growing up, the Doherty sisters, senior Kaitlyn and sophomore twins Allison and Emily have always been close. They recall funny stories of when they were together with their mom food shopping at Market Basket, their family vacations and of course their days in sports. Those days started out with lots and lots of soccer, but as they got older and into high school, their love and passion has turned to track-and-field. And that decision has paid off for all three of them.

Kaitlyn Reveals Why She Asked To Be Released From WWE

When Kaitlyn first debuted on the WWE main roster she quickly became one of the stars to watch in the women’s division, and it wasn’t long before she captured the WWE Divas Championship. However, Kaitlyn’s run with WWE ended somewhat abruptly when she parted ways with the company in 2014 and stopped wrestling.

Real Columbus Wedding: Kaitlyn and Adam Thomas

July 26, 2021 | To Kaitlyn (Rohde) and Adam Thomas, “a case of the Mondays” might be much better than it sounds to most. That’s because the oft-dreaded day of the week was the backdrop for two major relationship milestones: their engagement in 2019 (“on a random Monday night at hour house just before bed,” Kaitlyn says, “I wanted it to be private … so this was perfect and very ‘us!’ ”) and their delayed wedding celebration in 2021.

Lumbee Chairman Lowery Honors Miss Indian N.C. Kaitlyn Deal with Eagle Feather for her Service

On Wednesday, Lumbee Tribal Chairman John Lowery presented Miss Indian North Carolina Kaitlyn Deal with a beaded Eagle Feather as she prepares to give up her title this weekend. Deal was crowned Miss Indian North Carolina In February 2020. Chairman Lowery told Deal the eagle represents strength, power, wisdom and something that soars high in the sky, which is what she is doing right now. He also told Deal he was proud of her and also encouraged her to always remember her people and continue to give back whenever possible. Kaitlyn was very dedicated to represent her Lumbee family as well as all the N.C. Tribes as she traveled around the nation. She was always gracious to volunteer and assist with our events or programs at the Lumbee Tribe.

Kaitlyn and Scott Schroeder survive card match to win their second JAGA Family Championship

Kaitlyn Schroeder ended 2021 with a third Jacksonville Area Golf Association championship in a 12-month span — two of them with her father, University of North Florida golf coach Scott Schroeder. The two shot 10-under-par 61 in a scramble format on Dec. 18 to win the Jacksonville Area Golf Association Family Championship gross division...