Shawnee News-Star

North Rock Creek suffers 26-19 home loss

The Choctaw Blue torched North Rock Creek on two big pass plays in the third quarter and held on for a 26-19 victory over the Cougars Thursday night at Stan Beesley Field. North Rock Creek, behind a stifling defense, held a 13-6 halftime lead but saw the Yellowjackets convert two big touchdown passes of 71 and 53 yards, both off the arm of Hayden Mounce to Nathan Keiffer.
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Eagles drop league opener to Cougars, 62-40

Vista del Lago scored 40 points and had several players with some gaudy numbers, but the Eagles were on the losing end of a 62-40 score in the Capital Athletic League opener last Friday against Capital Christian. The Cougars figure to be one of the contenders for the league title...
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Magnificent Miami: houses to covet in the city or beach

Miami houses can have it all – glamour, architectural experimentation, lush gardens, and tropical climes. There’s little this American city doesn’t do, offering up a wide range of art-filled galleries, art deco and modernist architectural heritage, and sun-drenched, long, sandy beaches. It balances with ease city and ocean, a contemporary hub to conduct business and a poolside spot to enjoy a cocktail (often at the same time). This approach is often translated into the city’s magnficent private residences. Here, we round up some of the best Miami houses, from the city and its surrounding area; homes to live in, covet and be inspired by.
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The government wants to re-authorize traditional bird hunts

After a decision of the Council of State deeming several traditional hunting techniques for birds illegal, the government on Wednesday, September 15 issued several orders for consultation to allow some of these hunts, arguing that they respect European law. Read alsoThe Council of State considers traditional bird hunts "illegal" At...

Landes hunter in underwear: France Télévisions sentenced for infringement of image rights

Louise Bernard with Alexis Patri 10:18 am, September 16, 2021. France Télévisions is sentenced for infringement of image rights, after it broadcast in 2015 images of a Landes hunter in his field. In underpants and armed with a shovel, he attacked activists from the Bird Protection League and journalists. Images that had made the joy of social networks.

Image rights: France Télévisions must pay 10,000 euros to "the man with the shovel in his underwear"

France Télévisions was ordered this Wednesday by the court of Dax (Landes) to pay 10,000 euros in damages to a Landes hunter. He had become in spite of himself a star of social networks after appearing in his underwear, armed with a shovel, in a report from 2015. “This judgment brings the law into conformity with morality by recognizing this intolerable infringement of the right to the image "By Jean-Marc Dutouya, said his defender, Me Frédéric Dutin.

Covid-19: "Poor adherence" of students to vaccination in schools

" of vaccination in colleges and high schools, assures Wednesday September 15 the first union of school leaders who affirms that only " " of students received a first dose within the confines of schools. Read alsoCovid-19: among 12-17 year olds, vaccination is still uneven. " It does not work...

Eagles outscore Placer; open league vs. Capital Christian

As Capital Athletic League play begins Friday on the road against Capital Christian, Vista del Lago’s football team is heating up. After opening the season with a loss to Granite Bay, the Eagles have scored 48 and 47 points in their last two games. With the offensive line coming together, running back Tyler Petersen has had back-to-back big games, and quarterback Jakob Hollingshaus has been impressive by completing 73 percent of his passes. If the Eagles can tighten things up a bit defensively, look out.

Jackie Dillon: alumna to professor

Dr. Jackie Dillon, an alumna of Baker University, is one of the newest editions to the science department. Dillon is excited to be a part of the Baker community again, but this time as a professor. Before starting her new job at Baker, she was working in both agricultural biotechnology and pharmaceutical sciences.

Tiny House Salamander: Baluchon Builds a Vacation THOW

Built as a vacation property that sits at Combe Rossignol in France, this Baluchon build features the same excellent craftsmanship we’ve seen from so many other builds from this company. It has tons of windows that let in plenty of light and allow you to really enjoy the beauty of...

Nerdio Passes 1M User Marker As Azure Popularity Grows

Microsoft Azure automation provider Nerdio has passed 1 million users under management across its manager products, a company executive told CRN. Joseph Landes, chief revenue officer of the Chicago-based company, told CRN in an interview that the milestone comes due to the success of Azure plus more companies seeking hosted virtual desktop to enable remote working during the pandemic.

Flagstaff weather brings flames and floods

The extreme weather conditions that have occurred in Flagstaff are bringing dramatic consequences and, in some instances, life-threatening situations. It is no surprise northern Arizona had many incidents of monsoons, fires and floods during the summer months. These events can bring the community together as citizens try to help themselves and others through the storms to come.

People With Developmental Disabilities Want Their Home Health Workers Vaccinated

LAist relies on reader support, not paywalls. Freely accessible local news is vital. Please power our reporters and help keep us independent with a donation today. The end of September is the deadline for a slew of California health workers in hospitals, clinics, nursing homes and adult day care centers to get a coronavirus vaccine.
Ponca City News

Cross country teams have been busy

Body Wildcat cross country Coach Wendy Landes is excited about what is going on in her sport in Ponca City. The runners have been working hard and have participated in three meets so far this season. The first meet was Aug. 14 at Enid, the second at Owasso and the third was last week at Carl Albert in Midwest City.

Obituary: Richardson Immersed Himself in Racing

Owner-breeder Dr. J. David Richardson, who expressed his love for racing by immersing himself in roles in nearly every corner of the industry, died Sept. 7 while visiting Saratoga Springs, N.Y. He was 76. Richardson, a renowned surgeon and educator as chief of surgery at University of Louisville Hospital, enjoyed...

Coffey promoted to Chief Deputy Clerk for Augusta County

Augusta County Clerk of Circuit Court Steve Landes announced this morning that Senior Deputy Clerk Gina Coffey has been promoted to serve as the Chief Deputy Clerk of the Augusta County Circuit Court Clerk’s Office. Coffey was hired full-time by former Clerk of Circuit Court John Davis on February 1st...

A Nautical Baluchon Build in Brittany

Guillaume loves the sea and wanted a tiny house with hints of Nautical flair built for him by Baluchon in France. As always, their work is above reproach!. His 6 meter (~19.5 feet) tiny house feels amazingly spacious. You walk into the living space that has the all-too-awesome Cubic Mini Woodstove and a cushy-look couch. A storage staircase leads to the bedroom loft, and below is the kitchen complete with an oven and stovetop, and then the bathroom tucked behind that.
Augusta Free Press

Coffey named chief deputy clerk in Augusta County

News, press releases, letters to the editor: Augusta County Clerk of Circuit Court R. Steven Landes today announced that Senior Deputy Clerk Gina R. Coffey has been promoted to serve as the Chief Deputy Clerk of the Augusta County Circuit Court Clerk’s Office. “The Augusta County Circuit Court Clerk’s...