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GPG Key Transition Statement

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I am transitioning my GPG key from an old 1024-bit DSA key to a new 4096-bit RSA key. The old key will continue to be valid for a period of time, but I will be using the new key in all future cases. 400 more words


Notre Dame shuts down Wisconsin Lutheran

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Green Bay Notre Dame put on a defensive clinic Friday at Ted Fritsch Field.

The host Tritons limited Wisconsin Lutheran to 70 yards of offense, didn’t allow a pass completion and forced four turnovers to cruise to a 38-6 victory in a WIAA Division 3 second-round playoff game. 613 more words


Notre Dame motors way to sectional finals

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SEYMOUR — Corinne Meglic didn’t have much of a voice left on Thursday.

The Green Bay Notre Dame junior started to lose it while singing on the bus ride to her team’s WIAA Division 2 sectional semifinal volleyball game. 540 more words




$ gpg –local-user -a –detach-sign

$ gpg –fingerprint

$ gpg –send-key –keyserver hkp://keys.gnupg.net

To get your public key
$ gpg gpg –armor –export

To decrypt file that was shared with you… 46 more words


Sweeney, Olmsted continue East’s state streak

MANITOWOC — The Green Bay East girls cross-country team is enjoying one of its best stretches in program history.

Junior Madeline Sweeney and senior Erinn Olmsted both qualified for state as individuals on Saturday at the WIAA Division 1 Manitowoc sectional. 947 more words


Preble punches ticket back to state

MANITOWOC — Green Bay Preble junior Nick Petersen always brings his Scooby-Doo lunch bag to cross-country races.

The Hornets needed to have a bring-your-lunch-pail-to-work type of mentality this season to accomplish their goal of returning to Wisconsin Rapids for another state run. 807 more words


Huben leads Pirates back to state

brightcove error: missing required parameter exp or exp3Bay Port sophomore Savannah Huben discusses winning the WIAA Division 1 Manitowoc sectional and helping her team advance to state for a 10th time in 11 years. (Oct. 24, 2015) Andrew Pekarek/Press-Gazette Media