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Day: December 18, 2011

VIRGINIA, Minn. – The NIACC women topped Hibbing Community College 76-53 behind a career-best 28 points from Jennifer Nelsen (So., Mason City, IA). The win gives NIACC a 7-3 record with three

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Bowling scores – 12-11 to 12-16

Sunday Night Mixed League   Rose Bowl       12/11/11 Team High Series          Norwex Enviro Products              1573 Team High Game           Norwex Enviro Products              583 Individual High Series Male         Greg Loveless    606 Individual High Series Female

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Rose Bowl high scores 12/13 and 12/15/11

Over The Hill 12/13/11 (4 person team) High Scratch Game 1.    Gene Roberts     227 2.    Lynn Christensen 217 3.    Doug King         215 1.    Michele Olson    237 2.    Darnell Fairbanks 189 3.    Jean Mitchell

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Felon was school-trip chaperone

By Craig Welch, The Seattle Times SEATTLE — An elementary-school field trip turned into a police manhunt Wednesday afternoon when a parent chaperone recognized another chaperone as a wanted felon who had

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U.S. exits Iraq after nearly 9-year war

By David Zucchino K CROSSING, Kuwait — A U.S. military convoy sliced through the flat Iraqi desert before first light, carrying the last troops safely into Kuwait and ending America’s costly and

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Former Iowa principal faces disciplinary charges

Meredith Hines-Dochterman Former Mount Vernon Washington Elementary School Principal Terry Eisenbarth is facing disciplinary charges of unethical practice and physical abuse of a student for his controversial birthday celebrations. An Iowa Board

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IBM’s Watson computer to help doctors

By Ricardo Lopez LOS ANGELES — IBM’s Watson supercomputer may be best known for handily beating “Jeopardy!” game show champs. Now it’s being harnessed to help doctors at Cedars-Sinai’s cancer clinic in

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Gingrich would ignore court rulings

By David Savage, Tribune Washington Bureau WASHINGTON — Newt Gingrich says as president he would ignore Supreme Court decisions that conflict with his powers as commander in chief, and he would press

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