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3 hrs ago | Sacramento Bee Newspaper
The festival starts at 5:30 tonight with a reception, followed by the results of the Capitol Indie Collective fashion challenge and the presentation of the festival's Film Arts Service Award to Sacramento Horror Film Festival founder Tim Meunier.
7 hrs ago | Cleveland.com
PAINESVILLE, Ohio Check out a preview for Riverside's football team as it enters the 2014 season, which begins at home against Perry on Aug. 29. Check cleveland.com/hssports all preseason for conference-by-conference previews, as well as team-by-team outlooks for each of the 136 area squads.
Senior Beavercreek midfielder Andrew Mogga drives past a Xenia defender, Tuesday night at Cox Stadium.
After winning the 4A title in 2011 and finishing as runner-up in 2012, last year's quarterfinal exit came as a disappointment to head coach Byron Farnsworth and his team.
Courtland Griffin has attempted to keep the lives of his McCluer North football players as normal as possible despite the upheaval in their community: Ferguson, Missouri.
High school boys soccer season preview A look at the area's high school boys soccer teams.
FORT WAYNE, Ind. A former special education teacher at Woodlan Jr/Sr High School faces two felony counts of child seduction for allegedly having sexual encounters with a 17-year-old student inside her office between January, 2013 and late April 2013 while she was still employed there.
Haley Bayer, freshman, winds up for the pitch in recent Lady Wolverine softball action.
Rey Castillo After making the change at Head Coach, the Alice Varsity Volleyball team has made an impression early with come-from-behind wins against Aransas Pass and Kingsville, for a hot start to the 2014 season.
Fans have lined the grassy hills beyond the playing field at the Little World Series to see Mo'ne Davis.
From left freshmen Alisa Posey-Schave, Lisa Krol, Kyra Dushkin and Devynn Heath talk and check out their new planners at the freshman class meeting at Kenai Central High School on the first day of the 2014-2015 school year on Tuesday.
River Valley senior Rachael Smith blocks EHS freshman Makenzie Brooks' spike attempt during the Lady Raiders four-set win over non-conference host Eastern, on Monday.
Former Diamond Ranch football coach Roddy Layton only got the nod as co-athletic director a couple months ago, and he and fellow athletic director Lisa Cheney have had their hands full with several coaching openings.
The softball teams from Troup and LaGrange, after playing five games apiece in the Callaway Classic over the weekend, will each kick off their region schedules this week.
GRESHAM Fifty some girls showed up Tuesday morning in a steamy Gresham gymnasium to take their shot at becoming part of the Gophers' volleyball program.
After a year away from coaching, Dale Solberg is back on the court leading the Quarrier volleyball team.
Beavercreek's Lexie Ulrich and Xenia goalkeeper Keni Brown go up for a ball, as Xenia defender Rachel Sanders looks on, during first-half action of Monday's girls soccer season opener on Beavercreek's Frank Zink Field.
Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 11:45 am
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