Greenwood girls win D3-A opener Wildcats cruise, take on Scotland-Lancaster Christian winner Friday (The Sentinel)
DILLSBURG As the clock ticked down in the pregame of Wednesday night s District 3 Class A opening round play-off game, the Greenwood girls seemed to be all smiles and looked primed and ready for its match up against York Country Day. The game was held at the Northern York High School Gym. On the line was a trip to the second round of the District 3 play-offs.
A trip to the past helps family discover the present Vietnam (Pacific News Service)
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Dollar-Friendly Destinations: Europe (BusinessWeek)
Packages, cruises, and discount Web sites can help you stretch those euros
Grab skis for the White Mountains (Arizona Daily Star)
WHITE MOUNTAINS - "Think snow." That's the message this month on the hotel marquees and restaurant menu boards in Arizona's White Mountain communities. In winter, the cabins, condos, hotels, motels,
Women's Hoops Falls At Tulsa, 81-69 (CSTV's College Sports)
Trailing by 21 at halftime, Fresno State staged a second-half rally to close within two points during an 81-69 loss to Tulsa on Thursday night.
2005 Calvins: Best Picture (Box Office Prophets)
An eclectic blend of films makes up our list of favorites from 2004. From the smaller, more introspective indie flicks to some of the year's biggest blockbusters, our staffers were most impacted by movies about superheroes, zombies, romance and George W. Bush reading a book about a Pet Goat.
A step out of the ordinary (FSView)
For most, Orlando needs no introduction. The many theme parks and attractions that make up the famous city in central Florida are well known. Kissimmee, however, a city minutes outside of Orlando, offers something different.
Sacramento News and Review Calendar February 17, 2005 (Sacramento News & Review)
HEART TO HEART: Calling all ladies! Mercy General Hospital will host â€śHeart to Heart: A Healthy Living Event for Women,â€ť which aims to educate women about heart disease. 6-8pm Th 2/17 , free. Auditorium at Mercy General Hospital, 4001 J St., (916) 733-6826, www.mercygeneral.org.
Extended family gets a kick out of a cruise (The Philadelphia Inquirer)
The first time I boarded a cruise ship, it was the late '70s - the Love Boat era. Disco was king, Julie McCoy was queen, and my college roommates and I were wild and crazy guys out to impress The Ladies. Every woman on the S.S. Dolphin bound for the Bahamas looked like Cheryl Tiegs.
CARNAL KNOWLEDGE (Portland Phoenix)
You might expect, with a product name like the Ultimate Love Machine, that the newfangled mating mechanism conceived by Illinois resident Jim Johnstone would not only satisfy aroused longings way better than a dirty magazine, but also tie you up, slap you around, and steal your wallet when itâ€™s through.