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Jackson councilman and a neighborhood call out city for unkept neighborhood

JACKSON, Miss. — A Jackson city councilman and his neighbors are tired of rundown houses in the neighborhood. Collapsing foundations, burned-down homes and overgrown lawns are creating a dangerous life for residents on Carnation Street. Neighbor Walter James feels helpless after he reached out to the city for help countless...
JACKSON, MS
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I tossed the kitchen trash out the window because my husband didn't take it outside

Taking out the trash is the responsibility of anyone who lives in the household. A woman leans out of her window on a sunny day.Photo by BRUNO EMMANUELLE on Unsplash. One hot summer day when my husband refused to take out the trash yet again, I opened the window to our third-floor apartment and tossed it to the ground below. At least that’s what I tried to do. The garbage had other ideas.
Mercury News

Vote now: Bay Area News Group boys athlete of the week

Welcome to the Bay Area News Group (Mercury News & East Bay Times) boys athlete of the week poll. For the entire academic year, we will provide a list of candidates who stood out over the previous week and allow you, the reader, to vote for the winner. Last week’s poll received the most impassioned response yet, more than 64,000 votes cast between the boys and the girls.
SPORTS

Manchester United was right about keeping Jesse Lingard

After an impressive start this season, Jesse Lingard has proven Manchester United that the club made the right decision to keep him on its squad. From falling down the pecking order to eventually being loaned out to West Ham United, Manchester United attacking midfielder Jesse Lingard has now resurged. It...
PREMIER LEAGUE
svvoice.com

Bruins Bear Down Defensively, Defeat Eagles 17-7

While the Santa Clara Bruins offense didn’t exactly paint a Picasso in the 17-7 victory over the Los Altos Eagles on Friday night, their defense nearly delivered a near picture perfect masterpiece with their performance. Their lone blemish came halfway through the third quarter when the Eagles tied the game...
SANTA CLARA, CA
13abc.com

Toledoans take to the parks as summer comes to a close

TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) - The playground at Wildwood Metropark is packed with kids on the last Sunday of a hot summer. Four-year-old Rowan Hensley visits the jungle gym with his father, Aaron. Rowan likes summer because he gets to play outside but he doesn’t season discriminate. “I like all the...
TOLEDO, OH
Amusing Planet

The World's Largest Log Cabin

At the turn of the 20th century, the city of Portland, in Oregon, United States, was a major economic center, with a flourishing wheat and flour industry, an unparalleled timber industry, and a rapidly growing shipping port. Portland boasted of the largest flour mill on the Pacific coast. Its lumber industry was significant due to Oregon’s vast forest of Douglas fir, western hemlock, red cedar, and big leaf maple trees. Portland’s location at the Willamette's confluence with the Columbia River, afforded it a deep port accessible to large vessels.
OREGON STATE
naijaonpoint.com

Peter Okoye Ponders Why Rich People Don’t Fall During Deliverance Service

Peter Okoye, Mr. P of Psquare fame has pondered on why rich people don’t fall down during deliverance like we usually see poor people doing in churches. Almost everyone has come across this in churches that do deliverance and mostly is the poor who are in die need of something that always falls down during deliverance service but the rich are hardly seen falling down.
SOCIETY
14news.com

Stoplight out on Lloyd Expressway

Driver taken to hospital following crash in Evansville. Crews respond to wreck at Kentucky Ave., Veterans Memorial Pkwy. Crews respond to wreck at Kentucky Ave., Veterans Memorial Pkwy. Part of Main St. in Greenville to close Tues. Updated: Sep. 7, 2021 at 5:05 AM CDT. Part of Main St. in...
EVANSVILLE, IN
thelandonline.com

Land Minds: Rain lottery

On Christmas Eve, many local weather broadcasts show the latest radar images with a sleigh and eight tiny reindeer moving across the sky. Santa is on his way!. This summer, many adults have been anxiously watching radar images too. Not for Santa, but for rain — or anything that might look like it would produce rain. One of the marvels of modern technology is the ability to track storms on your smartphone. (Well, at least an up-to-date smartphone. While I have graduated from the flip-top phone, my smartphone isn’t “smart” enough to run the radar images. My wife’s phone is, however, and together we peer into the screen — zooming in, zooming out, searching for any weather pattern heading our way.)
ENVIRONMENT
Kansas State Collegian

The Hangover: A clinic in Klieman football

Kansas State dominated both sides of the ball for three quarters in a 38-17 win over Nevada Saturday afternoon in Bill Snyder Family Stadium, moving to 3-0 and earning a spot in the AP Poll at No. 25. The Wildcats executed the game plan to beat a team like Nevada...
KANSAS STATE
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