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Ozarks First.com

Boomtown: Heritage Cafeteria demolished for upcoming retail-residential project

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.– When it comes to the Heritage Cafeteria, a lot of people have fond memories and can recall their favorites from the menu. “My mom used to bring me up here when I was four or five,” explained Jordan Scott, Fruit Expert at Edible Arrangements (a business located in Fremont Center near the former Heritage site). I always got mac and cheese. Even to this day I always eat mac and cheese and it reminds me so much of the cafe,” she said.
SPRINGFIELD, MO
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The Ledger

Friday night Polk County high school football preview game capsules

Lakeland (3-0) at Lake Gibson (1-2) Where: Virgil Ramage Stadium, Lake Gibson campus. Outlook: Lake Gibson's last win over Lakeland in the regular season was in 1995. Jaylon Glover is the county's leading rusher with 667 yards. Lakeland's Don'Ares Johnson is third with 406 yards. Lake Gibson averages 348.4 yards of total offense, and Lakeland averages 339.3 yards. Lake Gibson linebackers William Fenley and Wade Tyer lead the Braves with 24 total tackles, and defensive back Cormani McClain has four interceptions. Lakeland defensive lineman Gabe Dindy has four sacks.
redlandscommunitynews.com

Coach returns to roots, and Yucaipa wins again

The Yucaipa High football team remained unbeaten by defeating host Hesperia 41-13 on Friday, Sept. 10. The game was played at the school where Yucaipa coach Justin Price served his father, Butch Price, as a ball boy. Butch was the first-ever Hesperia football coach. Following a 6-6 first quarter, Yucaipa...
YUCAIPA, CA
Columbian

Week 3 prep football previews, viewing links and predictions

After a bumpy first week, our predictions improved to 10-4 last week, making us 21-13 (.618) for the year. Here are the Week 3 previews. Where: Columbia HS, 1455 NW Bruin Country Rd, White Salmon. Broadcast info: Online video stream on NFHS Network (subscription required) Last week: Montesano beat Cascade...
HOCKINSON, WA
northwestgeorgianews.com

Home matchups highlight local Friday football slate

The end of the week has arrived, and for local football fans, it features a schedule full of high school football matchups. There will be four games played in Floyd County this week with Armuchee, Darlington, Pepperell and Unity Christian all playing on their home field while Rome is the lone local squad making a road trip. Model and Coosa both have the night off this week.
FLOYD COUNTY, GA

Fifty Leven: The New Black-Owned Wine Label That Caters To Diverse Palates

As a self-professed “business nerd”, specializing in development, Fifty Leven wine label owner Kindra Harvey is a professional people watcher. It’s part research and analytics and part social introversion. And it was while watching the crowd at a networking event, that she observed something unusual. “I started noticing when they...
DRINKS
redlandscommunitynews.com

The day a Farquhar played at Farquhar Field

A Farquhar played soccer Sunday at the University of Redlands Farquhar Field. But he wore the gold and white soccer uniform of Oglethorpe University in Brookhaven, Georgia. He is Ian Farquhar, No. 30 for the Stormy Petrels. And he played about 75% of the game as Oglethorpe fell to Redlands 5-1.
REDLANDS, CA
Gwinnett Daily Post

First region game for Duluth, Meadowcreek figures to factor heavily in playoff chase

Record: 1-3 Last week: Lost to East Coweta 36-13 Duluth Wildcats (7-AAAAAAA) While Friday’s matchup is the first of six Region 7-AAAAAAA football games for both of these teams, it figures to carry major significance later in the season when state playoff berths are determined. That was the case last season when Meadowcreek returned to the postseason and a tiebreaker denied Duluth its first playoff appearance since 1994 — both happening courtesy of the Mustangs' 39-28 win.
DULUTH, GA
persecution.org

Afghan Christians Should Be Granted Priority 2 Status

09/16/2021 Afghanistan (International Christian Concern) – Since the August 31, 2021 withdrawal deadline in Afghanistan, stories of persecution continue to emerge, showing that the Taliban is anything but the kinder, gentler administration promised. On September 6, the Daily Caller reported that an Afghan policewoman, who was 8 months pregnant, was killed by Taliban members in front of her husband and sons. On video, her son Mohammad testified that he and his family members were tied up and made to witness the Taliban murder his mother with a knife. Multiple sources have posted videos of women being whipped and beaten surrounded by Taliban personnel. Many U.S. pastors attest that they have lost touch with underground church members and fear that they have now been martyred.
WORLD

4 Colorful Storytelling Truths From Frida Kahlo

Frida Kahlo is an artist whose storytelling transcended both her chosen medium and her lifetime. Kahlo’s full name was Magdalena Carmen Frida Kahlo y Calderón, and she was a Mexican painter born in 1907. Her work was part of the genre of Magical Realism and often explored politics and identity, which is especially memorable in her colorful self-portraits. A serious bus accident left her in lifelong chronic pain, which she often incorporated into her art. Though during her lifetime she was frequently better known for her more famous husband, she has become somewhat of a female icon in recent years, becoming one of the most famous women artists of all time.
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chatsports.com

Leafs, Sabres taking it outside for Heritage Classic in Hamilton

From bubbles to football stadiums. At least it's progress. The NHL is returning to its regularly scheduled outdoor slate for the 2021-22 season, now adding a Heritage classic between the Toronto Maple Leafs and Buffalo Sabres to its showcase schedule. On March 13, Toronto and Buffalo will meet halfway (and...
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thepress.net

Heritage High School football team struggles in Honor Bowl loss

Missed opportunities were the theme of the game when the Heritage High football team took on Clovis East in an afternoon game on Saturday, Sept. 11. The Patriots were penalized by more missed opportunities than their opponents. Heritage never led at any point of the game as the Patriots lost...
BRENTWOOD, CA

Vineland NJ Police Seek Information on Smoking Bandit

Police in Vineland are asking for the public's assistance in identifying a suspect with an apparent smoking habit. Vineland Police say the man in question was caught on surveillance at the Heritage's store in Vineland. It appears that man is carrying several cartons of cigarettes. Wednesday night, about 11:30pm, police...
VINELAND, NJ
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