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Photo Gallery: Fort Stockton vs. Lake View

Body Fort Stockton opened district play with a 35-32 win in double overtime at home against San Angelo Lake View on Oct. 22. The Panthers are 4-0 against Class 4A-Region I District 2 opponents since joining the district in 2020.
FORT STOCKTON, TX
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Gallery: MSD’s Boo Review haunts downtown Duncan

Sweet treats filled the streets of Main Street Duncan this weekend, kicking off the Halloween festivities all week long. Through the festivities, MSD’s annual Boo Review saw a multitude of kids from all over trick-or-treating at downtown businesses. The annual event took place from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Duncan’s downtown district, and was completed with a costume contest.
DUNCAN, OK

The Desert Art Scene | Slab City, Salvation Mountain, and East Jesus Gallery

Our road trip concludes with a visit to Slab City: The Last Free Place, where anarchist squatters, snow birds, and hippie-types create art from found objects and donated paint. The gateway to this creative hub is Salvation Mountain, a massive hill of dirt, wood, and cement, adobes, a Navaho-style hogan, and vehicles, all painted in technicolor bible verse and messages of love. From there, we take a driving tour past outdoor galleries that dot the main road, concluding at East Jesus Gallery. This is video number 4, and the last, in our Southern California Desert travel vlog series. | NEWSLETTER: 💌 Get our not-quite-weekly newsletter for all the latest and help us plan our adventures! <a href="https://mailchi.mp/explore-connect-share/newsletter">https://mailchi.mp/explore-connect-share/newsletter</a> | OUR BLOG AND FAVORITE TRAVEL RESOURCES: ✈️ <a href="https://www.explore-connect-share.com">https://www.explore-connect-share.com</a>
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Scarlet Nation

Iowa State vs. Oklahoma State Photo Gallery

CycloneReport.com photographer Jim Percival continued in his 51st season of shooting Iowa State football on Saturday afternoon and has truly has seen it all when it comes to the Cyclones. Here is J...
IOWA STATE
Click2Houston.com

Klein Collins moves into the new Class 6A Power Rankings; Gallery

With two weeks to play, playoff positioning is what is on the the line. There was some movement, however, in the Class 6A Top 20 powered by Kelly Malatesta of First United Bank. No. 5 Cypress Park was shocked by Cypress Woods and Langham Creek bounced Cypress Ranch out of...

James Ratliff Gallery Kicks Off First Friday Art Exhibit in Sedona

Sedona, AZ News — James Ratliff Gallery in Hillside Sedona is pleased to announce the re-birth of Sedona’s popular First Fridays  art-walk series, starting Friday, November 5, 2021, from 4 to 7 p.m. Gallery owner James Ratliff is presenting an exciting show centered around the works of multi-medium artist Diann Kincaid. Kincaid will speak about and [...] The post James Ratliff Gallery Kicks Off First Friday Art Exhibit in Sedona appeared first on Sedona.Biz - The Voice of Sedona and The Verde Valley.
SEDONA, AZ
lonestargridiron.com

Navarro Drops District to Wimberley, photo gallery by Jacqueline Springs

With the District title on the line the Geronimo Navarro Panthers travelled to Wimberley for what has become a Rivalry Game. Wimberley slowly took control of the game and dominated the Panthers with a 27-0 shutout. This was the Panther's first shutout in 14 years. Navarro will look to rebound...
WIMBERLEY, TX
msn.com

The zodiac signs of the world's richest people

Billionaires have more in common than just their enviable bank balances—many of the world's super-rich share the same zodiac sign. But are some star signs more likely than others to bring in the megabucks? And how does your zodiac sign stack up? Click through this gallery to discover the star signs of some of the world's richest people.
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cougcenter.com

Photo Gallery: WSU athletics home weekend extravaganza

If you thought that football was the only athletics event in Pullman this weekend, you would be sorely mistaken. Soccer, volleyball, and women’s basketball were all in action, and CougCenter was there covering it all. Thursday - Women’s soccer versus #5 USC. The most highly-anticipated game of the season for...
PULLMAN, WA
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Gallery: Bark in the Park a tail-wagging good time

Dogs of all shapes, breeds and sizes and their owners took to Fuqua Park Saturday afternoon for the annual Bark in the Park event, hosted by the Stephens County Humane Society. This year’s event took place from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 23. The event featured an owner look alike contest, costume contests, wiener bobbing, wienie races and numerous vendors. The event also featured adoptions and the third annual Wag Walk. All funds raised go to benefit the Stephens County Humane Society.

Photo Gallery: News Channel 11 through 68 years of broadcast

(WJHL) – News Channel 11 has been telling the stories of the Tri-Cities for 68 years, and the station and the people who work here have changed with the times. When the station first began broadcasting decades ago, the set and methods of journalism were noticeably different than today. Below are photo galleries of News […]
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greenvillejournal.com

Photos: 2021 Gran Fondo Hincopie

Hincapie Gran Fondo Greenville, held Oct. 23, took riders on routes of 15, 50, or 80 miles, each winding through the Blue Ridge Mountains. The event also included a junior race and a family festival at Hotel Domestique. Check out the photos chronicling the event through the gallery below. You...
GREENVILLE, SC
everythinglubbock.com

Museum of Texas Tech University opens first clothing and textiles changing gallery

LUBBOCK, Texas (PRESS RELEASE) — The following is a press release from the Museum of Texas Tech University:. Now on exhibition at the Museum of Texas Tech University is Louise Hopkins Underwood: Lubbock Woman Who Improved Her Community and Looked Terrific Doing It! The exhibit focuses on the fashions worn by Louise Hopkins Underwood through her many years of serving the Lubbock community. The exhibition will run through Spring of 2022.
LUBBOCK, TX
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