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23rd August - On This Day In History

Born:

1754 Louis XVI (last king of France, executed by guillotine)

Died:

1305 William Wallace (Scottish patriot, executed)

On This Day:

1617 First one way street is opened (in London) 11 more words

H.S. FOOTBALL: Friday Morning Blitz

North Side at JCM

Previous meeting: 2014 – North Side 37, JCM 14

Players to watch: North Side RB Tedarius Wilson; JCM TE Reggie Davis… 1,298 more words

News

To Battle... By Car?

In the movie Braveheart, Sir William Wallace gives a stirring speech at the beginning of the battle of Stirling Bridge that motivates the Scots to fight to victory. 35 more words

History

Valley, Sheridan, come out aggressive in first scrimmage

HANOVER – As Licking Valley prepared to take the Randy Baughman Stadium turf for its first scrimmage Tuesday morning, the players chanted “Wallace! Wallace!” in the huddle. 524 more words

Football

Prep football's back! Ann Arbor Skyline itching to play

Daelin Hayes was doing his best William Wallace imitation.

The Ann Arbor Skyline football players were lined up on the goal line and, at the stroke of midnight, Hayes ran from sideline to sideline in front of them shouting: “It’s midnight madness! 656 more words

News

Independent care and support providers get together in West Somerset

Over a dozen would-be care providers came together last week for advice and support about how to set up and launch their independent enterprises.

The event, hosted by Community Catalysts in partnership with Somerset County Council, was part of the Micro-enterprise project, an initiative aimed at harnessing the talents and imagination of local people to create more options locally for older people who require care and support. 236 more words

Press Releases

'The Wallace', New Cumnock and Barrhead

The Wallace

Today 3rd August is the eve of the feast of St. Dominic and accepted as the day in 1305 that our patriot Sir William Wallace was said to have been betrayed and captured at Robroyston near Glasgow. 785 more words

New Cumnock