Thomas Moore

The Physical Fight Is Long Over; The Court Fight Is Still On for St. Thomas Moore

The physical fight is long over for St. Thomas More High School – the court fight is still on. A Milwaukee County judge has scheduled a status hearing for August 19th. Following a fight on the basketball court, the referees suspended all players, including some who didn’t take part.
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Ten Questions with Thomas Moore

Niles West announced last month that Thomas Moore will be taking the place of current superintendent, Dr. Steven Isoye, for the upcoming school years. The Niles West News was able to sit down with Moore and ask a few questions regarding his life in and out of school. 1. What...
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D219 Names Thomas Moore as New Superintendent

District 219 announced Mr. Thomas Moore as the successor of current superintendent Dr. Steven Isoye in an email sent after the board meeting on Thursday Feb. 24th. Now that his five-year contract has come to an end, Isoye will transition into retirement. At Thursday’s special board meeting, a contract was approved and Moore will assume the position in July.
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Dist. 219 Hires New Supt. Thomas Moore From Connecticut

Niles Township High School Dist. 219 announced Thursday the hiring of Thomas Moore as superintendent. He will begin his tenure with Dist. 219 next July after Supt. Steven Isoye retires. Moore currently leads the West Hartford School District in Connecticut, a district made up of 17 school sites including 11...

Brandon’s Thomas Moore completes Ironman race

BRANDON, Miss. (WJTV) — 71-year-old Thomas Moore is showing no signs of slowing down. The Brandon native has been racing in triathlons since 1983 and he recently conquered the Ironman World Championships in St. George, Utah. Moore gives us a glimpse into his life as a triathlete in the video above.

Thomas Moore on the Art of Soulful Listening

Thomas Moore, New York Times bestselling author, Jungian-based psychotherapist, musician and former monk, has been an advocate for conscious living since authoring his first book, Care of the Soul: A Guide for Cultivating Depth and Sacredness in Everyday Life. Twenty-three books later, Moore breaks ground with his latest release, Soul Therapy: The Art and Craft of Caring Conversations, in which he invites therapists, psychiatrists, spiritual directors, ministers and caregivers to cultivate deeper connection based on soulful listening. His timeless wisdom inspires all of us to live from a state of spirituality and conscious wonder so that we might bridge the chasm between cultural, political and personal differences.

Shelby Valley’s Alyssa Elswick signs with Thomas Moore

(WYMT) - Shelby Valley’s Alyssa Elswick signed with Thomas Moore Women’s Basketball on Fridday. The senior led the Lady Kats in points and rebounds last season, averaging 15.4 points per game and 5.6 rebounds per game. “It’s so surreal because the whole time you’re playing AAU, going through the whole...
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Bible verse - Romans Rom.9:1-3; quote by Thomas Moore

Romans Rom.9:1-3 Here bring your wounded hearts, here tell your anguish; Earth has no sorrow that Heaven cannot heal. Thomas Moore (1779-1852) was an Irish writer, poet, and lyricist celebrated for his Irish Melodies. Their setting of English-language verse to old Irish tunes marked the transition in popular Irish culture from Irish to English.

Earnest Thomas Moore

Wilson — Earnest Thomas Moore, 80 of Wilson, passed away Saturday. Tom retired from Saint Gobain of Wilson and was the owner and operator of "Uncle Tom's Tackle Shop" Tom is survived by his wife, Faye Smith Moore; children, Luke Moore, Earl Moore, Hope Godwin, and Mary Knox; twelve grandchildren; eighteen great-grandchildren, and he was known as "Uncle Tom" to all.

Martinis & Pints by Thomas Moore

Thomas Moore is an artist whose works will appeal to discerning drinkers who like the people-watching aspect of hanging out in bars, and who have an eye for detail. His latest pair of prints, Drinking Martinis and Drinking Pints are, as he says, "a humorous look at two bars at opposite ends of a spectrum."

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Letter to the Editor: An old alum joins the statue debate. My class was 1957 — when President Leebron was two years old. Willy’s endowment paid for my Rice tuition. I have supported Rice generously in the past, but I've ceased at present. I am not pleased with the direction President Leebron is taking the university — I've written a couple of letters to him and the Alumni Association expressing my thoughts.