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Yalta (Crimea Russia)

Yalta is a major Black Sea port and resort city located on Crimea Peninsula's southern coast, and with population around 80,000. Since 2014, the city is part of the Russian Federation (Republic of Crimea). The other major Russian Crimea ports are Sevastopol, Feodosia, Kerch, Yevpatoria. The city was built on...
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Sevastopol (Crimea Russia)

Sevastopol is Crimea's largest city and a major Russian Black Sea port and naval base. Since 2014, the city is part of the Russian Federation. The port features a natural deep-water harbour. City's population is aruond 420,000, mostly concentrated near the bay and its surrounding areas. Since March 2014, Sevastopol is ranked federal city (one of all 3) in the Russian Federation - together with Moscow (capital) and St Petersburg. The other major Russian Crimea ports are Yalta, Feodosia, Kerch, Yevpatoria.
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Sevastopol football downed in weekend matchup

Being the lone area team to play a football game this Saturday, Sevastopol had a tough showing against Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas, losing 45-6. Lena/STA had just an 8-0 lead after the first quarter, but the doors were blown open in the second frame, when the Pioneers were outscored 22-0. Sevastopol was down 30-0 at halftime.
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doorcountydailynews.com

Homecoming football matchups highlight Friday night

Friday night’s area football schedule featured three homecoming games, in which area teams went 2-1 in on the night. Luxemburg-Casco stayed undefeated on their homecoming with a 38-14 win over Marinette on 96.7 WBDK. Southern Door capped off their homecoming week with a 40-14 rout over Clintonville on 104.1 WRLU.
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Bulldogs, Cougars each fall in four games

STURGEON BAY, Wis. —The Peshtigo volleyball team suffered a 3-1 loss to Sevastopol in Packerland Conference action on Thursday. The Pioneers won the first two games 25-17 and 25-19, but the Bulldogs avoided being swept with a 25-21 win in the third set. Peshtigo couldn’t salvage the split, however, dropping the fourth and final game 25-20.
PESHTIGO, WI
doorcountydailynews.com

Critical Race Theory a non-issue for local schools

You will not find much discussion about critical race theory at local school districts even as Assembly Republicans took aim at the topic on Wednesday. An Assembly Republican-led committee passed a bill along party linesprohibiting public schools from teaching students and training employees topics considered to be anti-racism and anti-sexism. Critical Race Theory was argued at school board meetings across the state ahead of the new academic year with parents demanding access to teaching materials. Opponents to the measure say it takes the decision-making away from local school districts and oversimplifies the topic. NAACP Dane County Branch President Greg Jones thinks Critical Race Theory should not be taught in K-12 classrooms but he told DoorCountyDailyNews.com in August that Black history could be taught better. Southern Door, Sevastopol, Kewaunee, and Luxemburg-Casco School Districts have received inquiries on whether they were teaching it to their students. Southern Door School District Superintendent Chris Peterson says it is not being taught and it is not in their plans either.
EDUCATION
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Russian Navy’s coastal defense troops strike enemy warships in Black Sea drills

SEVASTOPOL, September 23. /TASS/. The teams of the Black Sea Fleet’s Bastion mobile coastal defense missile systems delivered missile strikes against enemy warships during drills in the Black Sea, the Fleet’s press office reported on Thursday. The drills were part of the Black Sea Fleet’s combat training measures amid the...
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An exhibition of antiquities found during the construction of the highway opened in Sevastopol

SEVASTOPOL, September 25. / TASS /. The exhibition “The World of the Barbarians of Tavria and Chersonesos, Rome, Byzantium”, which presents dozens of rare objects discovered during excavations that preceded the construction of the main Crimean highway – the Tavrida highway, opened at the Tavricheskiy Chersonesos Museum, a TASS correspondent reports.
MUSEUMS
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Pioneers streak on the line; other area volleyball matchups set for Thursday

The Packerland Conference and Luxemburg-Casco will all be active in volleyball on Thursday. Sevastopol will try to pump their win streak up to ten versus Peshtigo. Luxemburg-Casco will try to build onto their strong season with their "pink out" game when they host Clintonville. Algoma will host Kewaunee as both...
GREEN BAY, WI
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How major wars shaped Russian literature

In any war, whichever side proclaims itself the victor, there are no real winners, they say. And yet, if there is one area of human experience that makes some "gains" from the war, it's definitely literature. The war of 1812. Of all the conflicts and wars, the Patriotic War of...
BOOKS & LITERATURE
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Bulldogs, Eagles and Wolverines pick up wins

CLINTONVILLE, Wis.—The Peshtigo girls volleyball team defeated the Clintonville Truckers 3-1 in Packerland Conference play on Tuesday. The Bulldogs won the opening set 25-17 but dropped a close 25-21 decision in set two. Peshtigo rebounded in the third set, winning 25-21 before sealing the win with a 25-18 victory in the fourth set.
CLINTONVILLE, WI
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