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‘The Challenge’: Kaycee Clark Broke Toe Before Finals; Refused to Get It Checked Out

The Challenge veteran Kaycee Clark has appeared in three seasons, making it to the finals twice. While it’s unclear if she’ll compete for the grand prize again during season 37’s Spies, Lies, and Allies, she seems on her way as part of the dominating Emerald Cell and a vital member of the Big Brother alliance. During the Dec. 1 episode, when the players relaxed on a yacht, Kaycee reportedly broke her toe but continued to compete with it.
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Norway's Hovland wins World Challenge on eagles' wings

That was good enough for a one-stroke victory in the 20-man invitational hosted by Tiger Woods. The 24-year-old from Oslo matched the best final-round fightback by any Challenge champion. Hovland, who defended a US PGA title last month at Mayakoba, also won a European Tour title this year in June...
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‘The Challenge’: Devin Walker Says Emy Alupei’s Performance ‘Shaped the Game’

The Challenge newcomer Emy Alupei has competed well throughout Spies, Lies, and Allies, winning a total of four eliminations so far. Following her fourth win, veteran and former teammate Devin Walker commended her impressive performance during an episode of The Challenge: Aftermath, noting she put forth a “series of events” that he felt dramatically altered the game.
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The circular economy plays a crucial role in climate protection

At the recent COP26 climate talks, countries and companies mainly focused on tackling climate change by decarbonising the energy sector. These tactics include commitments to curb funding of fossil fuel projects, address the methane emissions challenge, and reduce the carbon intensity of industries like aluminum and steel. Such agreements, while...
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Former Sen. David Perdue to Challenge Gov. Brian Kemp for Georgia Governor

Politico reports that former Sen. David Perdue will enter the 2022 Georgia gubernatorial race, challenging Gov. Brian Kemp for the Republican nomination. Donald Trump has urged Perdue to get in the race. The former president has repeatedly slammed Kemp for refusing to overturn Joe Biden's Georgia win in the 2020 presidential election.
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The Challenge: Morgan Willett ‘Struggling’ Post Break-Up With Johnny Bananas

The Challenge’s Johnny “Bananas” Devenazio and Morgan Willett broke up three months ago. Morgan says she’s still struggling months later. It’s been about three months since The Challenge‘s Johnny “Bananas” Devenazio, 39, and his long-time girlfriend, Morgan Willett, 27, broke up, but despite trying to show a brave face on social media, Morgan says she’s still struggling with the break-up. The couple had been officially dating for two years when they broke up in September. While Johnny hasn’t really weighed in on what happened, Morgan quickly said she was devastated by the break-up, and later accused Johnny of cheating.
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Cabell County cadet among new graduates of Mountaineer ChalleNGe Academy

KINGWOOD, W.Va. — The Mountaineer ChalleNGe Academy recently honored its 57th class, which included a cadet from Cabell County. Commencement exercises for the West Virginia National Guard Program were held Nov. 19 at Camp Dawson in Kingwood. Among those graduating was Cadet Austin Ross, son of Jenniffer Meade of Huntington and Robert Burd of Huntington, who was in Platoon 5.
CABELL COUNTY, WV
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Walk Like MADD raises DUI awareness

SEBRING — A brisk Saturday morning in Spring Lake saw about 100 people participating in Walk Like MADD. The Mothers Against Drunk Driving event was a fundraiser, but more importantly raised awareness for impaired driving by families and friends who have felt the impact of losing loved ones to preventable wrecks.
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Students at CCA participate in 2021 San Bernardino Forestry Challenge

Two students from Canyon Crest Academy participated recently in the 2021 San Bernardino Forestry Challenge, one group of a total of 64 high school students from 10 schools from the Southern California area. The event was held Nov. 10 to 13 at Hume SoCal near Green Valley Lake, Calif. The Canyon Crest team placed third overall at the event, with a score of 201.3 out of a possible 250 points.
SAN BERNARDINO, CA
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State College Casino Update

A legal Challenge is delaying plans for a new casino in State College. Developers of the casino, which is planned for the Nittany Mall, hoped to have construction underway by now, but another casino development company filed a suit in Commonwealth court challenging the bidding process that awarded the project to a team headed by former Penn State trustee Ira Lubert.
STATE COLLEGE, PA
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Huskers Looking to Bounce Back in Bloomington

Five Huskers played between 38 and 58 minutes in Nebraska’s quadruple-overtime loss at North Carolina State on Wednesday. As a result, Coach Fred Hoiberg gave his team the day off on Thursday after the Huskers didn’t arrive in Lincoln until close to 3 a.m. Instead of practice time, they went through what Hoiberg’s called “recovery sessions” and spent some time with the trainers and strength coach.
LINCOLN, NE
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Derrick Kosinski vows revenge after 'dirty, vindictive, hostile' move on The Challenge: All Stars 2

Warning: This article contains spoilers about episode 4 of The Challenge: All Stars 2. Derrick Kosinski had a warning for everyone who voted him into elimination on The Challenge: All Stars 2 so early in the season: When you come at the king, you best not miss. And after Steve Meinke, Nehemiah Clark, and Casey Cooper figured out a way to burn Jodi Weatherton and Cohutta Grindstaff's Life Shields, they orchestrated an elimination showdown between Kosinski and his ally/fellow Challenge champion Brad Fiorenza.
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PPS School Challenge has students bringing tons of food for those in need

The Paducah Power System School Challenge is back, encouraging area students to gather nonperishable food items for those in need as part of the PPS Christmas in the Park. Schools from around the area will collect nonperishable food items to go to Christmas in the Park to benefit Paducah Cooperative Ministry, Family Service Society, The Salvation Army and St. Vincent de Paul Society.
PADUCAH, KY
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