No. 5 women want to give IU basketball sweep from North Carolina | news

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Texas Tech Receives Transformative Gift and Renames College of Architecture

LUBBOCK, Texas (PRESS RELEASE) – Chris and Robin Huckabee, alumni and longtime supporters of Texas Tech University, have made a generous donation to the College of Architecture. The gift was made on behalf of the Huckabee family in honor of their father, Tommie J. Huckabee, and his contributions to the architectural industry and education. Tommie … Read more

Review: Rep. McKinley Grateful for a Life of Public Service | News, Sports, Jobs

US Rep. David McKinley is working through the end of his congressional service at the end of the year to ensure the next Congress moves forward with its policy priorities. (file photo) CHARLESTON — As he wraps up for the next few weeks as the 1st District representative in Congress, Representative David McKinley … Read more

Rep. McKinley: Grateful for a Life of Public Service | News, Sports, Jobs

File Photo END OF TERM — US Rep. David McKinley is working until the end of his congressional term at the end of the year to ensure the next Congress moves forward with its policy priorities. CHARLESTON – As he winds down the next few weeks representing West Virginia’s current 1st District … Read more

Dan McCaslin: The Allure of Nira and Lost Valley Camps on Manzana Creek | Outside

Ned Neely writes: “The reality of most [California] Campgrounds is that you are far from rough it and far from being alone. Little privacy and no silence except early morning” (“Alta California”). Some of the backcountry camps and auto camps I’ve written about in these columns might fall into that less-than-idyllic category (e.g., Upper Oso … Read more

No. 5 Iowa State crosses past Michigan State 80-49

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Stephanie Soares appears to have adjusted well to playing at a higher level of competition, which greatly benefits the state of Iowa. Soares hit her season-high with 23 points and added 11 rebounds and six blocks as No. 5 Iowa State rolled past Michigan State 80-49 in Thursday night’s semifinals at … Read more

A Colorado is spreading the holiday spirit with family-friendly events this season – Pasadena Weekendr

One Colorado in Pasadena, a city block of open-air shopping and dining in the heart of historic Old Pasadena, hosts a variety of events for the whole family. Events include the annual Holiday Tree Celebration, 12 Days of Holiday, a Holiday Pop-Up Store and more. On Saturday, November 26, festive star singers will fill the … Read more

Bishop Brennan condemns Colorado Springs shooting and calls for gun law changes News, Sports, Jobs

WHEELING — The Rev. Mark Brennan, Bishop of the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston, condemned last weekend’s mass shootings in Colorado and again urged lawmakers to change gun laws to prevent these incidents. Five people were killed and 19 others injured after a lone gunman opened fire at Club Q, an LGBTQ-friendly club in Colorado Springs. Patrons … Read more

Beware of local news sites that are not what they seem | WFAE 90.7

When it comes to online news, it’s often up to viewers to make sure what they’re seeing is real. But that’s getting harder as local media struggles in many communities and new, partisan networks of websites spreading dubious stories take their place. And these pages can convince. They have legitimate sounding names like “Mecklenburg Herald” … Read more

Bob Walsmith: California Association of Realtors Addresses Key Issues at Fall Meetings | business

The California Association of Realtors (CAR) conducts three business meetings each year in January, April and October. Unfortunately the January meeting was canceled this year due to COVID-19. A few weeks after returning from that trip to Sacramento, I wrote about our April meeting, and following example, I’m now writing about our last fall meeting … Read more