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Hubbard appointed to lead MCSD

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Barnett, Elie, Fant, Fernandez, Gaines, McGlone

Mattie McGlone, formerly of Grenada; McKibben and Guinn Funeral Service. For more information, see the GrenadaStar Printed Edition or the GrenadaStar E-Edition.You may subscribe to the GrenadaStar Printed Edition for only 50 cents per Edition by calling Stephanie Dees at 662-226-4321, or by e-mailin

DAILY SENTINEL STAR

Teacher, athletic staff knew of alleged assaults at La Vernia ISD but did nothing, lawsuit says

One of the accusers in the La Vernia High School sexual assault scandal has filed a new lawsuit against the school district that again claims school officials knew of the alleged assaults and didn't report them. Thirteen students have been arrested in connection with what authorities described as se

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Parents of La Vernia HS football player allegedly hazed hire new lawyer to sue district

LA VERNIA, Texas - Parents of a La Vernia High School football player who was allegedly hazed and assaulted at school have hired a new lawyer and have refiled a civil lawsuit against the school district. The first lawsuit was withdrawn due to the health of the attorney. The parents are suing the d

KSAT 12 - 2017-11-22 23:24:51

La Vernia sexual assault victim files civil lawsuit against school district

A lawsuit filed under the names John and Jane Doe Tuesday morning, details some of the brutal sexual assaults alleged to have happened in the La Vernia High School locker room. A lawsuit filed under the names John and Jane Doe Tuesday morning, details some of the brutal sexual assaults alleged to ha

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World and Faith Leaders Respond to Sutherland Springs, Texas Church Shooting

America and much of the world reacted in horror as they they heard the news of a mass shooting occurring in the small town of Sutherland Springs, TX on Sunday, November 5. Amidst the pain, shock and anxiety, many people were searching for answers as to why this would happen. World leaders, especiall

MISSIONSBOX.ORG - 2017-11-23 15:39:26

Unicorns set new records for points, 3s in victory

New Braunfels rewrote the history books Wednesday during its 94-36 rout of Floresville at home. The Unicorns (4-1) set a new school record for points scored in a single game and also knocked down a program-best 16 3-pointers. Thank you for reading. Please log in, or sign up for a new account and

NEW BRAUNFELS HERALD-ZEITUNG - 2017-11-24 08:00:00

Daily Times: Opinion - Freedom is a constant fight

As a rule, I enjoy Verna Benham's articles, because she's normally rational and insightful. I think her Nov. 15 article was written out of emotion. All caring people would have empathy for the family and friends of those in Sutherland Springs. Some corrections are in order. She references the 1994 A

KERRVILLE DAILY TIMES

Texas church shooter awarded security guard license despite lying to DPS about background

SUTHERLAND SPRINGS, Texas - Copies of documents signed by the Texas church shooter Devin Patrick Kelley show he lied to the Texas Department of Public Safety while applying to become a private security guard. Kelley, 26, of New Braunfels, killed 26 people at the First Baptist Church of Sutherland S

KSAT 12

Survivor's daughter writes song for victims of Sutherland Springs

She wanted to be known only as "Karen" and told us the song, called "Not in Vain," was meant to provide comfort to herself and others. A woman contacted us to share the song that she wrote to help people impacted by the church massacre in Sutherland Springs. Karen, who would not to provide her last

FOXSANANTONIO.COM - 2017-11-22 22:56:14

Small Business Saturday promotes shopping local

COOPERSTOWN, NY-- Mom-and-pop stores throughout the region are preparing for Small Business Saturday, the day after Black Friday, a fairly recent tradition that promotes shopping at independent, locally-owned, one-of-a-shops. "They're fun to look into, we get to talk to the owners usually who are

WKTV - 2017-11-23 03:11:00

4-H, Santa to host pet photo session

The Otsego 4-H dog club will host its Holiday Pet Pictures with Santa fundraiser at Dog Wild in Cooperstown on Saturday. From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., people can bring their furry friends to pose with Kris Kringle, who also happens to be a member of the club. "I think the kids have a lot of fun and it's b

DAILY STAR

Bassett doctor discusses Swedish research project

Dr. Paul Jenkins has been a member of Bassett Healthcare Network for 28 years, but his work was in the international research spotlight this fall. The biostatistician spoke Tuesday at Bassett Medical Center in Cooperstown on his appointment as an honorary doctor at the Faculty of Medicine at Umea Un

DAILY STAR

Legends to return for Thanksgiving Day friendly

If you're a former Cooperstown soccer player who'll be in Cooperstown on Thanksgiving Day, dust off your old soccer boots and head to the varsity pitch behind CCS for the annual Legends Game at 10 a.m. All Cooperstown soccer alumni and CCS seniors who have played their last high school game are offi

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Coop's last Griger earns another title

The days of the Griger girls winning swimming titles for Cooperstown Central School or the Clark Sports Center's Clark Sharks are ending soon, but as youngest sister Delilah's efforts this month show, they aren't over, yet. On Nov. 3 in Skaneateles, Griger, a junior, won the Section Three Class C t

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Oney to bring holiday cheer to series

Cooperstown will have a chance to get into the holiday spirit Saturday, Nov. 25, when Tish Oney performs for the Cooperstown Concert Series. "A Holiday Evening with Tish Oney" will take place at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at The Otesaga Resort Hotel. "I have sung some Christmas songs as jazz shows for the l

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Otsego County 2018 budget has small tax increase

The tentative 2018 budget for Otsego County has been released. Outgoing Otsego County Treasurer Dan Crowell said the $110,271,089 proposal calls for a $11,407,756 tax levy, which reflects a 0.07 percent increase from the 2017 levy. The tentative plan estimates revenues, transfers, fund balance and r

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DEC urges hunting safety as season opens

The regular firearms season for deer and bear hunting in the area opened Saturday, and state Department of Environmental Conservation Commissioner Basil Seggos reminded hunters in a media release to be safe and report their harvests. The regular season in the Southern Zone, which covers most of the

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Pedal tour pitched to North Tonawanda council

Pedal tours, which are rider-powered vehicles that make their way through traffic in popular areas, may be pedaling their way around North Tonawanda. Last week, Sarah Gebhard, a math teacher and founder of Huffin Pedal Tours, approached the North Tonawanda Common Council with an idea to bring the pa

LOCKPORT UNION-SUN - 2017-11-24 05:00:00

Man, 23, shot on Fillmore Avenue

BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - A 23-year-old Buffalo man was struck by gunfire early Thursday morning in the 1200 block of Fillmore Avenue. The man was taken to ECMC with injuries "that appear serious in nature", according to police. Anyone with information is asked to call or text the confidential TIPCALL

WIVB - 2017-11-23 16:15:58