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Edinburgh, Dunbar and Lakeside Retreat.

Visiting Laura’s Dad in Nottingham, we stayed at Mosborough (Sheffield) on the way up to Edinburgh. Great Western Hotel, was predictable, and we found a nice walk from the Hotel through fields and into the woodland that lined the valley of the river Moss. 596 more words


Dunbar's playoff hopes stay alive with win over Immokalee

In a must-win situation, Dunbar’s vaunted defense took over.

The unit scored twice and running back Lajuan Preston did the rest, rushing for 139 yards and two touchdowns as Dunbar left the door open for a postseason berth with a 41-26 District 5A-12 win over Immokalee Friday at Tiger Stadium. 552 more words


John Muir Way

My visit to Helensburgh the other day made me think about perhaps walking along the John Muir Way one day. I have covered a considerable length of it at one point or another, the greatest extent in East Lothian, but since the Way was extended in 2014, I have thought occasionally about doing it end-to-end. 354 more words



Going to Helensburgh came about because I happened to see an article from the Helensburgh Advertiser on Twitter on Friday morning. Nothing bad, a nice news story as reflects the neat, perjink place Helensburgh is, and I got to thinking about going up there to the Hill House. 1,150 more words


Dunbar shuts out Cypress Lake

LeMarcus Young scored a pair of defensive touchdowns, leading Dunbar to a 35-0 win over Cypress Lake on Friday night.

The senior cornerback stripped a ball on a Cypress run and ran it 30 yards for one touchdown. 570 more words


WV - Dunbar man still missing after 2 years | Charleston Gazette-Mail

More than two years after a Dunbar man’s disappearance, police still are trying to figure out what happened to him.

Daryl Smith, 46, of Stover Road, was last seen Oct. 24 more words


Dunbar gets back on track, routs Island Coast

When Dunbar players emptied the water cooler on top of coach Sammy Brown following a 41-0 non-district rout of Island Coast, it was a celebration of things returning to normal. 366 more words