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BURBANK — With perennial powerhouse Viewpoint High no longer in the Liberty League this season, the Providence boys' volleyball team players and coach think the Pioneers have a legitimate shot to capture a championship this year. However, in order...
Tags: Yeshivas, Basketball, Sports
Father Tom Batsis, the new president of Encino Crespi, loves opera, plays and movies. If he didn't have to attend a single football or basketball game, he jokes, "I'd die a happy priest." "I'm about as non-jock a jock as you're going to find,'' he...
JoEllen Lindner was named the new president of the Aberdeen Catholic School System today. Lindner had been serving as the interim president since mid-February after the resignation of former president Jim Hamburge in January. She previously served...
email@example.comLittle Hickman Christian collects hundreds of items for Easter food drive Little Hickman Christian Church collected 469 food items for an Easter competition that pitted the men of the church against the women, who were victorious. The donations will...
Sun SentinelMONDAY, Apr. 1 BASEBALL (Games at 7 p.m. unless noted) Olympic Heights at Pope John Paul II, 4; King’s Academy at Summit Christian, 4. SOFTBALL (Games at 7 p.m. unless noted) BOYS TENNIS District 9-4A at Lanwood Complex...
Tags: Beaches, Yeshivas, Baseball, College Baseball, Lakes and Ponds
A thorough review of a handwritten copy of the Gospel of John didn't reveal much controversy or conspiracy to the Rev. Tim Koch. Instead, the endeavor simply fortified his faith. Koch is the pastor at Concordia Lutheran Church in Cresbard and...
Chloe A. Gudmundsson is a senior at Eastern Technical High School in Essex, and at the suggestion of her English teacher, she decided to research a paper on Maximilian Godefroy, the quirky architect who designed Baltimore's Battle Monument to...
The Indiana Supreme Court is upholding the Hoosier state's school voucher program. The vote to continue using taxpayer money to send kids to private school was unanimous. While some are celebrating others are not so pleased with the ruling. The...
Tags: Religion and Belief, Students, Christianity, Lawyers, Mike Pence
— Chris Kerzich of Bedford Park had moved to Washington to enter politics when former Pope Benedict XVI came to the nation's capital and inspired him to pursue public service of a different kind. The Rev. James Wallace of Winnetka heard the call...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The next president of Assemblies of God-owned Evangel University could be a woman who is now president of another Assemblies of God university in Costa Mesa, Calif. It it comes to pass, Carol Taylor would be the first woman to lead a...
Final approval must come from Bishop Paul Swain of the Catholic Diocese of Sioux Falls, but the plan is to name an Aberdeen Catholic School System president in April. The deadline to apply for the position is Friday. The school system's school...
email@example.comThe Wilmore City Council voted unanimously Monday to allow Mayor Harold Rainwater to negotiate with Asbury Theological Seminary for the almost $70,000 in estimated costs not paid for by a federal grant to finish the city’s streetscape project. The...
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