Cumberland men’s volleyball coach looks to build program through local recruiting

Cumberland men’s volleyball coach looks to build program through local recruiting
Seven years ago, King University started the first collegiate men’s volleyball team in Tennessee; Cumberland’s program, which will start next year, will mark the third college in the state to add the sport and the second in the last two years.
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Canada misses chance to qualify 4th beach volleyball pair for Olympics
Two Canadian men’s beach volleyball pairs will need to make a last-ditch effort in July for an Olympic berth after dropping their second-to-last chance at qualification Sunday. The pairs of Josh Binstock and Sam Schachter, and Sam Pedlow and Grant O’Gorman …
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Cam Newton And Panthers Surprise Baltimore Beach Volleyball Players
Reigning NFL MVP Cam Newton is trying to have as much fun as he can before training camp begins next week. On Monday evening, the Carolina Panthers quarterback and 10 of his teammates showed up at Rash Field in the Inner Harbor of Baltimore looking to play …
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Public Astronomy Program at New Pond Farm on Novmeber 18

Public Astronomy Program at New Pond Farm on Novmeber 18
Public Astronomy Program at New Pond Farm on Novmeber 18: Fall constellations and Andromeda Galaxy The Discovery Center at Ridgefield with New Pond Farm Observatory, 101 Marchant Rd., West Redding, is offering a public astronomy program on Saturday …
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Giant Space Explosion That’s Never Been Witnessed Before Challenges What We Know About Stars and Black Holes
Space is full of things that go bang in the night, but usually scientists just spot new explosions, not new types of explosions. Not so for the team studying a giant outburst scientists labeled PS1-10adi, which, despite the completely unassuming name, is …
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Astronomers Use Shadowy Alien Worlds to Peer Inside Stars
Distant planets tell all: A new analysis uses alien worlds’ orbital treks to peek inside their stars. NASA’s ever-watchful Kepler space telescope has identified thousands of exoplanets by noting the tiny brightness dips caused when these worlds “transit …
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Niagara Culinary Institute continues growth with new program for NFHS students

cusineNiagara Culinary Institute continues growth with new program for NFHS students
CULINARY ARTS — Featuring topics such as nutrition, American and international cuisine, wines and sauces. • DISTILLERY OPERATIONS — Students will be work at local distilleries learning to select quality ingredients, fermentation procedures …
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Take a Culinary Tour of Latin America Through Miami’s ‘Wall Street’
Here, Mexican art deco details beautifully set off the folk art that surrounds … so he knows something about transmitting Acurio’s culinary perspective while creating a distinctly local experience. This is the first U.S. outpost of the famed Uruguayan …
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BPCC Culinary Arts Buffet Oct. 4 menu
Bossier Parish Community College Culinary Arts Program will offer buffets from 5 to 6:30 p.m. on Tuesdays through Nov. 15 and on Thursday, Dec. 1 (Christmas buffet) in the Emmett E. Cope Student Services Center (Building F), 6220 E. Texas St., Bossier City.
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Mayor Barrett walks with Teens from the Earn and Learn Program to Promote Healthy Lifestyles

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On a warm, partly cloudy Friday afternoon, Milwaukee teens and Mayor Tom Barrett enjoyed the weather and fellowship while walking to promote healthy lifestyles in Milwaukee. As part of Mayor Barrett’s Walk 100 Miles in 100 Days Challenge, nearly 180 …
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Obesity Means Earlier Death, Especially for Men
Obesity is a growing problem with increasingly poor diets and increasingly sedentary lifestyles. Researchers have linked obesity to a greater risk of high blood pressure and high cholesterol, increasing the risk of heart disease and stroke. Obesity is also …
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WHEN THE CHURCH GOES BAD
At any rate, this is usually the first step toward a church’s failure. Next, invariably, comes a rapidly growing acceptance of assorted sexual “lifestyles.” As one young female pastor said to me, face to face, adultery is “no big deal.”
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To combat illegal fishing, feds propose seafood traceability program

cusineTo combat illegal fishing, feds propose seafood traceability program
In early February, the agency announced a new traceability plan that’s meant to help combat illegal fishing and seafood fraud. NMFS Director of Office of International Affairs and Seafood Inspections John Henderschedt said the federal government wants …
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Seafood helps you reel in good health
When it comes to mealtime, are you thinking fish? You should! Fish is the premiere natural source of omega-3 fatty acids, which are not naturally produced by the body and, therefore, must come from food. If you’re an expecting or breastfeeding mom, it …
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US Foods ups focus on seafood supply chain, joins NFI
The foodservice giant, which announced plans to go public last week, has just joined the National Fisheries Institute (NFI) and is getting involved with its Better Seafood Board (BSB), as part of a drive to focus more on its seafood supply chain …
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Photography program NYC SALT teaches high schoolers life lessons beyond the

trendPhotography program NYC SALT teaches high schoolers life lessons beyond the
They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but it’s not often that the photographer is the subject you focus on first. In New York City, several high school students are getting the experience of a lifetime behind the lens at an after-school program …
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The Debate Over Watermarks in Photography | Fstoppers
Controlling your image is a valid quest for any photographer, as we all want to protect our brand. Seeing one’s work altered without permission can be frustrating, as can discovering your work on blogs that are void of any credit. The first response …
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Paul Natkin Relives His Life in Rock Photography, From Abba to ZZ Top | Gapers
Paul Natkin sat on a stool Saturday and told us about his life for an hour. His life as a rock and roll photographer, shooting concerts and backstage portraits and touring with some of the iconic rockers of the 20th century. Then he said, “Yesterday I …
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Sled hockey program fosters fun, community

sportSled hockey program fosters fun, community
Spaulding’s new adaptive sports program, made possible by a large donation from benefactors, is spreading to hockey rinks across Greater Boston. “Today, we’ve used up every sled we have,” said Terry Brown, running one of the programs at a rink in …
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Daily fantasy hockey: Go wild with Mikko Koivu and Co. vs. Edmonton
It’s a busy night in the National Hockey League with 22 of the 30 teams in action. However, you’ll want use several players from the Minnesota Wild and New York Islanders, both teams have extremely favorable matchups.
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UVM hockey makes history in 0-0 tie
It was the first 0-0 score in the history of the University of Vermont men’s hockey program and it’s not what the Catamounts wanted or needed. But it was better than a loss. The Catamounts did just about everything they could to ram, slam, chip or …
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Grant wrestling program breaks through at Shelby Super Duals

sportGrant wrestling program breaks through at Shelby Super Duals
SHELBY, MI – Beating traditional wrestling power Shelby has seemed like such a fairy tale for nearly the entire existence of Grant’s wrestling program, which launched in 1995. That fairy tale became reality for the first time by the slimmest of margins …
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Wrestling: NJSIAA power points for Monday, Feb. 2
Section:North 1 Wrestling Ranking summaries for 20150204 Group:1 Group:2 Pompton Lakes 15- 3 29.10 Lenape Valley Regio 13- 1 33.00 Cedar Grove Memoria 5-11 26.60 Pequannock Township 13- 1 30.10 New Milford 14- 7 26.50 Pascack Hills 15- 3 …
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No. 1 Iowa wrestlers 2nd top-ranked team to visit Penn State; Sunday’s Jordan
1 wrestling team for the second time in 14 days on Sunday. The Nittany Lions fell 17-16 to Minnesota on Jan. 25. The Gophers, then ranked No. 1 by InterMat, fell 23-12 to Iowa on Friday. The Hawkeyes, who had been No. 1 in the USA Today/NWCA poll, took …
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