Monthly Archives: June 2013

Preservation Matters: Historic churches in Saratoga Springs forged spiritual connections that exist today

Preservation Matters: Historic churches in Saratoga Springs forged spiritual connections that exist today

Sacred Places TourSee all stories on this topic

Utah launches ad campaign promoting national parks

  SALT LAKE CITY – The Utah Office of Tourism launched a $3.1 million spring/summer regional television advertising campaign at the Capitol today tSee all stories on this topic

Pitino could be 10 days from history

In case you think your weekends are filling up now that spring is here, consider the humdinger of a three-day stretch Louisville coach Rick Pitino migSee all stories on this topic

Groselle leads The Citadel past Furman 68-57

CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — Mike Groselle scored 24 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to lead The Citadel to a 68-57 victory over Furman in a Southern ConfeSee all stories on this topic

Kay Bailey Hutchison to headline Archie McDonald Speaker Series

Former U.S. Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison will be the featured guest at the 2013 installment of the Archie McDonald Speaker Series at Stephen F. Austin StSee all stories on this topic

WKU biz college in top 1 percent

Gordon Ford College of Business at Western Kentucky University has maintained its international accreditation.See all stories on this topic

Dead Sea Scrolls part of pastor's 'New New Testament'

Dead Sea Scrolls part of pastor's 'New New Testament'

In time its anonymous author would be assigned the name John, and his mystical story of the life and death of Jesus —…See all stories on this topic

Is there a cure for Astra Zeneca? Let’s ask the vet

Astra Zeneca is mission impossible. It’s a giant, old-fashioned pharmaceuticals company whose best drugs are rapidly coming off patent, and whose scSee all stories on this topic

Cambridge, Ohio, and surrounding communities to have egg hunts and Easter activities

CAMBRIDGE – Giant Easter Egg Hunt at Cambridge City Park and Cambridge Biddy League Football Field on Saturday, March 30. Hunt start times are: 10 a.mSee all stories on this topic

Aggies top Alabama softball

COLLEGE STATION, Texas | In a tightly contested series opener between two top-10 teams, the No. 9See all stories on this topic

Engagement: Sarah Villarreal/James Whitlow

Adair Hall and Jesse Villarreal, both of Allen, Texas, announce the engagement of their daughter, Sarah Elizabeth Villarreal, also of Allen, Texas to See all stories on this topic

Hal Holbrook to perform at the Lutcher Theater

Screen and stage superstar, Hal Holbrook is scheduled to perform at the Lutcher Theater, in Hal Holbrook in Mark Twain Tonight! Tuesday, April 9, 2013See all stories on this topic

Dead Sea Scrolls part of pastor's 'New New Testament'

Dead Sea Scrolls part of pastor's 'New New Testament'

In time its anonymous author would be assigned the name John, and his mystical story of the life and death of Jesus —…See all stories on this topic

Is there a cure for Astra Zeneca? Let’s ask the vet

Astra Zeneca is mission impossible. It’s a giant, old-fashioned pharmaceuticals company whose best drugs are rapidly coming off patent, and whose scSee all stories on this topic

Cambridge, Ohio, and surrounding communities to have egg hunts and Easter activities

CAMBRIDGE – Giant Easter Egg Hunt at Cambridge City Park and Cambridge Biddy League Football Field on Saturday, March 30. Hunt start times are: 10 a.mSee all stories on this topic

Aggies top Alabama softball

COLLEGE STATION, Texas | In a tightly contested series opener between two top-10 teams, the No. 9See all stories on this topic

Engagement: Sarah Villarreal/James Whitlow

Adair Hall and Jesse Villarreal, both of Allen, Texas, announce the engagement of their daughter, Sarah Elizabeth Villarreal, also of Allen, Texas to See all stories on this topic

Hal Holbrook to perform at the Lutcher Theater

Screen and stage superstar, Hal Holbrook is scheduled to perform at the Lutcher Theater, in Hal Holbrook in Mark Twain Tonight! Tuesday, April 9, 2013See all stories on this topic

Florida Beats FGCU 62-50, Advances To Elite 8

Florida Beats FGCU 62-50, Advances To Elite 8

Mike Rosario had 15 points and Florida is going to an NCAA regional final for the third year in a row after a 62-50 victory over Florida Gulf Coast.See all stories on this topic

New ordinance could create new historic landmarks

Lincoln College professor Ron Keller asked city council to consider a historic preservation ordinance that would allow the Lincoln Historic CommissionSee all stories on this topic

FGCU's NCAA runs ends 62-50 to Florida

That high-flying act from “Dunk City” busted most everybody's NCAA tournament brackets and left an indelible mark on March.See all stories on this topic

USQ issues 'clarion call' for more regional uni support

THE USQ Vice-Chancellor yesterday issued a “clarion call” to the federal government to provide more support for regional universities.See all stories on this topic

Hamilton hurler Matt Cook heats up for Northeastern University

Hamilton’s Matt Cook is off to a solid start with the Northeastern University men’s baseball team. The junior pitcher has yet to earn a decision, See all stories on this topic

Bank to pay Lafayette College under $1.9 million bid-rigging settlement with state

Lafayette College will receive more than $200,000 under a $1.9 million settlement the state negotiated with one of the banks involved in a nationwide See all stories on this topic

Thank the trustbusters for T-Mobile's new pricing challenge

Thank the trustbusters for T-Mobile's new pricing challenge

Analyst doubts that 'uncarrier' will take much business away from AT&T and VerizonSee all stories on this topic

Milkshake Tuesday

Having a child with high-functioning autism doesn't mean living with a genius. These children have their own unique challenges.See all stories on this topic

First Unveiling of The Forty Thieves launches in Canada

Toronto ad agency presents latest work from international artist Joshua Davis TORONTO, March 30, 2013 /PRNewswire/ – “The beauty is in the flaws,” saySee all stories on this topic

John E. Hoover: It's all in the scheme for TU's defense

THIS SPRING, University of Tulsa defensive coordinator Brent Guy isn't just trying to replace eight starters.See all stories on this topic

Kendall College of Art and Design competition awards over $200,000 in scholarships

The Art Day Scholarship Competition drew 140 high school seniors work so everyone got to see the $20,000 prize winning work by a student from PlainwelSee all stories on this topic

NASA Spacecraft Snaps New Photo of Potential 'Comet of the Century'

A NASA spacecraft scanning for the most powerful explosions in the universe has captured a photo of Comet ISON, an icy wanderer that could potentiallySee all stories on this topic

Madison man arrested in Facebook threats to Illinois college's students

Madison man arrested in Facebook threats to Illinois college's students

A 20-year-old Madison man was taken into custody Friday morning after using Facebook to threaten students at a college in Illinois, the Chicago TribunSee all stories on this topic

Bank Donates $16,000 To Missouri Colleges Fund For Scholarships

Evangel University Was 1 Of 17 Schools That BenefitedSee all stories on this topic

For UCLA & Steve Alford, It's Time Step Back from John Wooden's Legacy

They hang like road-side warning signs.  Flapping above Nell & John Wooden Court, they warn all who would join the men’s basketball program of the See all stories on this topic

Florida Gulf Coast’s basketball party runs aground at ‘Dunk City Beach’

FORT MYERS BEACH, Fla. — Other than Cowboys Stadium where the game itself was played, the best place to watch Florida Gulf Coast in the Sweet 16, obSee all stories on this topic

Speed dating inspires job fair event

The clock winds down, hands reach across the table for quick shakes goodbye, and at the sound of the buzzer, prospective employees will move on to theSee all stories on this topic

On The Air: March 30-31

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Mosca twins sign at D-I Marist College

Mosca twins sign at D-I Marist College

Kate and Sarah Mosca, seated at center, sign their Letters of Intent to attend Division I Marist College as family, coaches and fellow swimmers look oSee all stories on this topic

Veterans calendar

Events in Northeast Florida of interest to veterans.See all stories on this topic

Dr. Frank Romano's Book: Love And Terror In The Middle East, 3rd Edition is Released

Author and peace activist writes about his true life experiences of love and terror in the Middle East.Houston, TX. (PRWEB) March 28, 2013 For most AmSee all stories on this topic

Mohns at head of class

The numbers won’t overwhelm anybody. The eye test? Well, that’s a whole other story.See all stories on this topic

U Quizbowl Player Talks Harvard Cheating Scandal

Minnesotans believe in playing fair and now the University of Minnesota Quizbowl Team is being rewarded for doing just that. The team is receiving twoSee all stories on this topic

Georgia Dome’s Stunning Basketball Moments, From Floor to Ceiling

This year’s Final Four in Atlanta will probably be the last at the Georgia Dome, the site of exciting regional clashes, a memorable Kentucky-ArkansaSee all stories on this topic

Garamendi accepting art submissions

Garamendi accepting art submissions

The Office of Congressman John Garamendi is now accepting submissions for the annual Congressional Art Competition.See all stories on this topic

Dr. Craig McDaniel to head Georgia technical college system’s international center

Dr. Craig McDaniel, president of Georgia Northwestern Technical College, has been named to head the Technical College System of Georgia’s InternatioSee all stories on this topic

Ball State to remove ash trees

Ball State University plans to remove dozens of ash trees on the Muncie campus this year as part of a plan to combat an invasive, tree-killing beetle.See all stories on this topic

Students succeed at science competition

NESHAMINY SCHOOLS — Several students in the Neshaminy High School’s Science Club, advised by Gale Donohue, took home honors from the science reseaSee all stories on this topic

Indiana confirms case of measles in IU student

BLOOMINGTON — Indiana health officials say a student at Indiana University's Bloomington campus has a confirmed case of measles.See all stories on this topic

Transition period sees vacant See in key players’ hands

The Catholic Church awoke Friday with no leader following the resignation of Benedict XVI, who pledged obedience to his successor.See all stories on this topic

BGSU start CCHA playoffs on road

BGSU start CCHA playoffs on road

The Bowling Green State University hockey team finds itself in a familiar position this weekend.See all stories on this topic

Yumi Stynes

Our guest columnist on learning to drive.See all stories on this topic

Deans' Lists

BOSTON UNIVERSITY Ashburnham: Nicholas E. Charron, Dylan J. Strzempko, Xuanshuo Su. Lancaster: Ivanka P.See all stories on this topic

Sherwood Brown of Florida Gulf Coast Took a Picture With Florida QB Jeff Driskel’s Cheerleader Girlfriend

Swag.See all stories on this topic

Davidson downs College of Charleston, 74-55, in SoCon final

ASHEVILLE, N.C. – De’Mon Brook scored 24 points and JP Khulman added 14 points to lead four Davidson players in double-figures as the Wildcats beaSee all stories on this topic

Video + GIFs: Florida's Casey Prather baptizes a lost soul, Mike Rosario tricks FGCU

Video + GIFs: Florida's Casey Prather baptizes a lost soul, Mike Rosario tricks FGCUSee all stories on this topic