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LEAD eliminates Fayetteville again

In the two schools’ brief histories, Fayetteville and LEAD Academy have developed quite a history in basketball.

They added to that on Tuesday.

For the second year in a row, LEAD Academy’s boys ended Fayetteville’s season in the Region 5-A quarterfinals, capturing a 59-54 victory at Cameron Middle School. 367 more words


Tusk Review

“I don’t wanna die in Canada!”

Let’s start off by saying I have a soft spot for Kevin Smith movies. His career has had such a huge impact on me that there is a soft spot for his movies. 176 more words

DVD Review: We Are What We Are (2013)

Distributor: eOne Films

BBFC Classification: 18

Director: Jim Mickle

Starring: Bill Sage, Ambyr Childers, Julia Garner, Michael Parks, Kelly McGillis, Kassie DePaiva

Say the words ‘cannibal movie’ to your average film-watching reprobate and you’ll usually be met with grim titles such as… 750 more words


19 local players joining defending NAIA champion Southern Oregon

The Southern Oregon Raiders are coming off their 2014 NAIA national championship season and reaped some of the rewards from the prestigious achievement on National Signing Day. 184 more words


Local Class of 2015 football commitments

Wednesday is National Letter of Intent Signing Day. High school athletes across the area will be making their commitments to play at the collegiate level official. 876 more words


Fayetteville basketball team reaches 20-win mark

The Fayetteville boys basketball program accomplished a couple of feats this week.

The Tigers (20-2, 10-1 9-A), playing in just their 100th game in program history, rolled to a 65-34 triumph over league foe Forrest on Tuesday night, securing their first 20-win season in the school’s short history, along with the District 9-A regular-season title. 164 more words