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firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Danville girls were coming off a big 45th District win over Garrard County and had already beaten Boyle County by 41 points earlier this season, so Danville coach Judie Mason could see a letdown coming Friday. While her Admirals beat Boyle 57-38 at...
email@example.comThis time around it was the Danville girls who controlled the throttle, and they used it to throttle Garrard County. The Admirals dictated the pace of play against a team that had done the same thing to them less than three weeks earlier, and the result...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - The Kansas City Chiefs have signed running back Peyton Hillis, giving the team a formidable duo in the ground game with Jamaal Charles. Hillis had a drama- and injury-filled second season in Cleveland after rushing for 1,177 yards...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgWhen Kelli Koeppe walked into Kessler's on Wednesday afternoon, she wasn't looking for food or supplies. She was looking for medical care. The grocery store is home to an Avera St. Luke's FastCare, a mini medical office for walk-in patients with...
The Baltimore SunThe 8-3 Ravens will get an opportunity to remove a certain L-word from our vocabulary on Sunday when they play the 4-7 Cleveland Browns. The Ravens are coming off of a pair of critical, decisive victories against quality opponents, but unlike their...
Tags: Ed Reed, Ray Lewis, Peyton Hillis, Ray Rice, Baltimore Ravens
Cleveland Browns running back Peyton Hillis said in a Wednesday conference call with Baltimore media that this has probably been the toughest season, both physically and emotionally, of his four in the NFL. Hillis earned a spot on the cover of this year&...
Tribune reporterPatrick Kane is expected to be in the lineup for the Chicago Blackhawks when they face the Los Angeles Kings on Wednesday night at the United Center. The winger missed Tuesday's practice with strep throat, which Kane said he's been dealing with since...
email@example.comCaleb Hawbaker had already zipped through four books and was ready to read more. After all, Winston, a specially trained golden retriever, is a really good listener — especially if Cheerios are involved. So after Caleb tossed a pleading glance...
Pediatrician Dr. John Moore says to keep children's immunizations up to date, and remind them to wash their hands to stay healthy.REPORTERWith flu and strep throat spreading this time of year, it's important to children to protect themselves as much as they can while they're at school or in day care. In this week's Early Years segment, pediatrician Doctor John Moore suggests the kids...
Tags: Health, Human Body, Flu, Diseases and Illnesses, Vitamin D
firstname.lastname@example.orgAs a busy mother of three children under the age of 4, Alice Chamberlin was thrilled when a walk-in clinic opened in Greencastle. "It's so convenient. You don't have to make an appointment, and the longest I've had to wait was 10-15 minutes before...
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