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The new year brings a time for resolutions

The new year brings a time for resolutions By Derek Joy      And. . .Presto!     The New Year - 2013 - is upon us.  Just like that, after 366 days, 2012 is a thing of the past.     So, what about New Year’s Resolutions? Are people still into making New Year’s Resolutions for better or worse?     Well, let’s take a look at what some are saying.     When asked whether or not she made any New Year’s Resolution ...

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Manuel’s fourth bowl victory

Manuel's fourth bowl victory    FSU quarterback EJ Manuel led a balanced offense, and the Seminoles defense shut down Northern Illinois to win the Orange Bowl. foxsports.com      MIAMI GARDENS, FL — EJ Manuel’s career was one of high expectations, so it’s natural that because Florida State didn’t win a national championship that there would be criticism.     Florida State players, especially the seniors, fe ...

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With B.E.G.A., golf is more than hitting the ball straight

With B.E.G.A., golf is more than hitting the ball straight  From Hole N. One      Broward Ebony Golf Association (BEGA) was founded in January 2004 and became incorporated and chartered in August 2005.  BEGA, Inc. is the holder of a 501©(3) certificate and is in good standing with the Division of Corporations-State of Florida. BEGA, Inc. is an affiliate Golf Club of the Sunshine State Amateur Golf Associati ...

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King Center’s 2013 MLK Holiday Observance kicks off 50th anniversary of ‘I Have A Dream’ Speech with the Salute to Greatness Dinner

King Center’s 2013 MLK Holiday Observance kicks off 50th anniversary of ‘I Have A Dream’ Speech with the Salute to Greatness Dinner Focus on the need for world-wide peace and nonviolence in our local communities Submitted by Steve Klein      Atlanta, GA — The King Center has announced plans for the 2013 observance of the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., beginning a year-long celebration of the 50th a ...

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Mamie Rearden: Oldest Living US Citizen Dies At 114

A 114-year-old South Carolina woman who was the oldest living U.S. citizen has died, two of her daughters said Saturday. Mamie Rearden of Edgefield, who held the title as the country’s oldest person for about two weeks, died Wednesday at a hospital in Augusta, Ga., said Sara Rearden of Burtonsville, Md., and Janie Ruth Osborne of Edgefield. They said their mother broke her hip after a fall about three weeks ...

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Ray Lewis’ Last Dance: Legendary Linebacker’s Bittersweet Game Entrance Excites Fans

  UPDATE: The Baltimore Ravens defeat the Indianapolis Colts 24-9. Ray Lewis finishes with 13 tackles — the game’s leader. ———————————————————————————– Flames, smoke, Nelly’s “So Hot In Here” and screaming fans all came together to make Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis’ final exit from the tunnel at M&T Bank Stadium one of the most memorable in sports history. Doing his signature dance to the ...

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