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Lexington’s late surge drops Drive on national TV

The Drive’s Ben Taylor and Lexington’s Corey Ray treated a national television audience on CBS Sports Network and the Drive’s biggest home crowd this season to a five-inning scoreless pitchers’ duel Thursday night at Fluor Field. 568 more words

News

Rush through the Roster: #40 Michael Hill

Michael Hill is battling for the starting kicking job entering in his final year at USF. Can he beat out Emilio Nadelamn this fall to win the job? 157 more words

Sports

Tweet of the Day: Michael Hill

According to Dr. Michael Hill, founder and president of the far-right League of the South, white supremacy is “merely a fact of life.” The LoS is currently… 8 more words

Racism

Marlins' Dee Gordon Might Avoid DL Despite Dislocated Thumb

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MIAMI (CBSMiami/AP) — The injury bug has hit the Miami Marlins two All-Star players.

Marlins All-Star second baseman Dee Gordon may be able to avoid the disabled list despite dislocating his left thumb, president of baseball operations Michael Hill said Sunday. 235 more words

Sports

Professional musicians back in the area to help bring children stories to life

Originally published by KEVN Black Hills Fox News on June 30, 2015

Rapid City children gathered around for a special story time Tuesday morning as a group of professional musicians brought the story of Little Red Riding Hood to life and kicked off their Teddy Bear Story Time series at the Rapid City Public Library’s downtown location. 190 more words

Rapid City Public Library

Stranger Shores

Article by Michael Hill:

Stranger Shores is an exhibition taking place at the Fenderesky Gallery, Belfast, from May 21 to June 26, 2015. Curated by Peter Burns, it includes a total of thirty-nine paintings by John Albert Duigenan, Aileen Murphy, Sheila Rennick, and Burns himself. 876 more words

Articles On Painting

Two Alabama Police Officers Accused of Being Members of a White Supremacist Hate Group Put on Administrative Leave

By Elaine Magliaro

The city of Anniston, Alabama, has placed two of its police officers on administrative leave while it investigates accusations that the men are members of a hate group. 635 more words

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