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WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court says it's unconstitutional for states to pass laws automatically sentencing juveniles to life in prison without parole for murder. Monday's 5-4 decision is in line with others the court has made, including ruling...
Tags: Theft, Punishment, Prisons
firstname.lastname@example.orgBecause his graduation was not until early June, Jonathan Reed did not report to Kentucky as early as some other incoming freshman football players. However, the Indianapolis defensive back got to campus Sunday and had been counting days until he could...
email@example.comWith a short speech about the past followed by a short speech considering the future, diplomas were handed out and more than 200 Boyle County High School students graduated. They celebrated through confetti and cheered their accomplishment before a...
Tags: Michelle Johnson, Cancer, Stuart, Michael Tucker, High Schools
REMUS — Six Petoskey High School athletes advanced to the Division II Track & Field State Finals as a result of their performances in the regional on Friday at Chippewa Hills High School. Petoskey’s Sami Rajewski, Louis Lamberti, Brian...
South Bend Tribune CorrespondentNILES -- Convicted teen murderer Dakotah Eliason's attempt to get a new trial based on ineffective counsel claims has hit a roadblock with a decision by Berrien County Trial Judge Scott Schofield to deny Eliason's motion for a new trial. Schofield issued...
PELLSTON — Todd Schramm’s third-inning sacrifice fly brought in the game’s only run as Inland Lakes topped Pellston, 1-0, in the nightcap of a Ski Valley Conference baseball doubleheader Monday at Pioneer Park. The Hornets took the...
News-Review sports writersThey’ve already gotten off to a good start. Now, they’ll look to continually build. During the Petoskey High School baseball’s annual spring trip — which this year took them to Louisville, Ky. — the Northmen got a chance to...
The Federal Home Loan Bank of Des Moines recently awarded $15 million in housing grants to projects in the Midwest, including North Dakota and South Dakota. Dacotah Bank is helping with four grants totaling nearly $1.8 million, said Peggy Lunzman,...
The first annual Central High School Show Choir Chili and Soup Cook-Off was a success due to the efforts of students, parents, businesses and community members. Chef hats off to chili and soup makers: CHS Keystone Club; Robert Lockhart; coaches...
Tags: Soups, Chili, Foods and Beverages
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterA possible explanation for a Niles teenager’s apparent lack of remorse in the March 7, 2010, unprovoked shooting death of his sleeping grandfather was offered Thursday in Berrien County Trial Court in Niles. The question is whether it’ll be...
PELLSTON — Another big win for Pellston. Another milestone for another Hornet. Christopher Hass scored 22 points, Andy Hamlin added 17, and Max Ketterer finished with 10 Wednesday as the Hornets rolled past Fife Lake Forest Area, 81-45, in a Ski...
Tags: Basketball, Lakes and Ponds
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