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Four-year-old Elizabeth Sidwell has spastic quadriplegic cerebral palsy and, as a result, she can’t walk, talk or feed herself. Her mother had heard about a program, “ 234 more words

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High school hoops rewind: Rocket launch

A quick rewind of the week’s boys and girls basketball highlights across the state:

Taking off 

Phoenix Moon Valley (14-3), taking advantage of a favorable schedule, wouldn’t surprise if it ends up with 20-plus wins and a final four appearance in the 4A Conference. 552 more words

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Best Universities In USA: Top 5 Best Colleges In Georgia

If you’re looking to enjoy your 4 years in college, it’s hard to beat the typical 80 degrees and sunny weather that Georgia has in the Fall and Spring. 897 more words

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Engineering is one of the highest paid degrees you can get — and it’s a popular choice for students who are interested in building and developing products, as well as for those who have a knack for math and science. 919 more words

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Purdue fires coach Hazell after 3-plus seasons and 9 wins

Darrell Hazell never won consecutive games at Purdue and his latest failed attempt to string together a couple victories turned out to be his last. 700 more words

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USC WBB plans visit to Greenville

COLUMBIA – With the Southeastern Conference Women’s Basketball Tournament coming to Greenville following the 2016-17 season, South Carolina coach Dawn Staley has opted to make an early trip to the Upstate. 310 more words

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Uniform 'hairy' nanorods have potential energy, biomedical applications

IMAGE: IMAGE SHOWS MAGNETIC NANORODS IN THE VIAL ATTRACTED TO THE MAGNET. GEORGIA TECH RESEARCHERS HAVE DEVELOPED A NEW STRATEGY FOR CRAFTING ONE-DIMENSIONAL NANORODS BASED ON CELLULOSE USING A WIDE RANGE… … 1,013 more words

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