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Jihadi from Kemptville and Ottawa was smart and 'ambitious', friends say

Before he felt the pull of Syria’s Islamic extremists, before he started going by the name Yahya, and before he found his self-described “opportunity for martyrdom,” John Maguire was just another Kemptville teenager whose sharp wit sometimes got him into trouble. 882 more words


A closer look at volleyball

Ashland Arrows

• Coach: Jenise Vaughn.

• Returnees: Bryanna Masters (So., S/MH), Faith Langston (Jr., OH), Sydni Carpenter (Sr., OH, three letters), Ally Hammer (Sr., RS/DS, two letters), Ryleigh Honaker (So., OH/DS), Sydney Ashbaugh (Sr., RS), Morgan Hopkins (Sr., DS). 2,916 more words


Team preview: Suffern

Suffern’s season end prematurely last year when it fell on its home field to Ramapo in the Class AA outbracket round, and in coach Bob Walkley’s mind, the biggest reason that his team faltered was a lack of consistent scoring. 219 more words


Mapleton expects to contend with a veteran team

NANKIN – A year ago coach Robert Mahaney intimated the Mapleton football program was on the verge of something special.

“Our goal is to make the 2013 Mapleton football team one to remember,” he said at the time. 538 more words


Tennis: Suffern seeks third straight undefeated season


Two consecutive undefeated seasons later, the Suffern girls tennis team has no plans of lowering expectations this season, according to head coach Bobbie Kim. 169 more words


Closer look at girls soccer

Ashland Arrows

• Coach: Trent Heckman.

• Last year: 9-7-2.

• Seniors: Cassie Schuster (M), Macy Carr (M), Kali Beidelschies (M), Kennedie Howman (D), Belle Williams (F), Sonja Javens (F). 1,311 more words


Coyne: Call for a public inquiry on murdered aboriginal women isn't justified

The murder of any human being is a crime, and a tragedy. It is the subject of society’s strictest taboo and severest penalty, and yet every year hundreds of Canadians are murdered. 926 more words