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Bossier shoots down Southwood in Doc Edwards quarters

Points in the paint weren’t easy to come by in the quarterfinal matchup of perhaps the two best teams at the Doc Edwards Invitational.

Bossier’s guards found an answer with hot shooting from the perimeter to lead the Bearkats to a 51-39 win over Southwood Monday night at Airline High School. 823 more words

Basketball

Unite will seek to reverse devastating Michelin closure announcement

Jobs loss announcement comes as a huge blow to workers in mouth of Christmas and escalates crisis in Northern Ireland manufacturing sector

Union lays blame for decision on Executive inaction despite repeated warnings to act on energy costs and investment… 396 more words

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Ireland’s swirling windpower conundrum

Earlier this month, Irish Minister of Enterprise Jonathan Bell announced that the current subsidy system for on-shore wind energy in Northern Ireland will end next April. 546 more words

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Friday/Saturday/Sunday sold out at Dubai Duty Free Irish Open


This year’s Dubai Duty Free Irish Open hosted by the Rory Foundation has sold out on the Friday, Saturday and Sunday, leaving only Thursday tickets remaining for golf fans wanting to catch the world’s best golfers in action at Royal County Down next week (May 28-31). 597 more words

Golf

So...Simon Hamilton

I suppose I covered all the bases with this observation, two weeks ago.

But I really did think that Simon Hamilton, who is quite pragmatic would get the Health Ministry. 36 more words

Lott, Hardy headline All-City, All-Area basketball teams

Byrd’s Chad Lott and Lakeview’s Tivonte Hardy headlined the All-City and All-Area basketball teams announced Sunday.

The Times picked first and second teams for each All-City and All-Area. 647 more words

Basketball

Airline rolls past Captain Shreve

Robby Dooley scored 23 points to lead the Airline Vikings to a 66-49 win over the Captain Shreve Gators in District 1-5A action at Captain Shreve on Tuesday night. 177 more words

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