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Stereophonics: Son's cancer treatment inspired Kelly Jones song

Stereophonics frontman Kelly Jones has revealed his latest song was written about the "serious and scary" period where his first child was being treated for cancer. The song, Forever, features on the Welsh rock band's new album Oochya!. It was written when his now-teenage son Colby was about 18 months...
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Lauralton’s Kelly Jones earns spot at New England indoor track meet

Lauralton Hall’s Kelly Jones and Katherine Baisley competed at the State Open girls’ indoor track meet. Jones placed fifth in the 1600-meter run to qualify for the New England Championships. Baisley took 16th in the 55-meter hurdles. “Kelly ran a personal best of 5:09.69 in the 1600 and...
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Stereophonics’ Kelly Jones: ‘I stand by what we did. We followed the guidelines at the time’

On Thursday 12 March 2020, Kelly Jones, his Stereophonics bandmates and their crew gathered in front of a television screen to watch the prime minister address the nation. “That was the first day Boris Johnson went on telly with those scientist guys, and they said: ‘Nothing’s closing down. Everything continues as it is,’” recalls Jones from his studio in London. The announcement was met with relief, as it meant the band were clear to go ahead with a pair of headline shows at Cardiff’s Motorpoint Arena that weekend.It was only after the gigs were done that Jones, who doesn’t use...
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Lauralton’s Kelly Jones triple winner at SCC meet

Ced by distance runner Kelly Jones Lauralton Hall placed a school-best fifth at the SCC C Indoor Track and Field Championships in New Haven on Sunday. “To finish in the top five of this conference is a huge honor, and the girls worked so hard all year to achieve this,” Lauralton coach Ellis Gill said. “This is a huge success for the team and program.
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Health options for Halloween with Kelly Jones

This Halloween, families can balance indulgences by getting creative with tasty, nutritious foods. For breakfast, make a green monster smoothie. Add Wonderful pistachios to a frozen banana and spinach base. Pistachios are a good source of plant protein and fiber, and about 90% of the fats in pistachios are unsaturated. This provides a trio of nutrients that may help keep you fuller longer.
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