Passenger in Fatal Girl Scout Crash Sentenced to 3 Years in Prison

CHIPPEWA COUNTY (WQOW) –– It was an emotional day in Chippewa County Court when John Stender Jr. learned of his plight. Stender was Colten Treu’s passenger in 2018 when their truck pulled off the road, killing three Girl Scouts and one of their mothers and seriously injuring another Girl Scout. …

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Great places to see Oklahoma leaves change color across the state

As the rains begin to return and bring cooler weather to Oklahoma, it is time for the leaves to start turning from green to vibrant shades of red, yellow and orange. For those looking to get a taste of Oklahoma’s fall beauty, there are a number of trips and places …

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Americans targeting Mountain West powers among a handful of expansion candidates being realigned

The American Athletic Conference settles on a handful of expansion candidates who will likely kick off the next round of Group-Five realignment, multiple sources told CBS Sports. The timing of this next round could be affected if Texas and Oklahoma attempt to make an early entry into the SEC. In …

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Cowgirls travel to Texas for two SLC games

History links LAKE CHARLES – The McNeese Cowgirl Soccer Program (5-2-1, 2-0-0) will continue the conference game with trips to Texas A&M – Corpus Christi and Incarnate Word this weekend. The summaryOpponent: Texas A&M – CC (2-4-1, 0-0-1) / Incarnate verb (0-5-1, 0-0-0) Dated: 17 September 19 To place: Corpus …

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Austin FC announces official sports betting partnership

AUSTIN (KXAN) – Gaming and sports betting company PointsBet has become the exclusive and official sports betting partner of Austin FC, the franchise announced on Wednesday. The agreement does not means you will be able to place a bet in a kiosk or window at Q2 Stadium (this is illegal …

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Fire department training pays off in rescuing capsized kayaker | The Harvard Press | News | Press articles

Members of the Harvard Fire Department rescued a kayaker on September 5 after he overturned and was forced to hang onto another paddler’s kayak against the strong currents of the Nashua River. “I have been in this river a number of times and have never seen the water move as …

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Anthony Fauci Says He Would Support Travel Vaccine Mandates | AZ Vaccine HQ

PHOENIX (3TV / CBS 5) – Dr Anthony Fauci, the nation’s top infectious disease expert, said he would support vaccination mandates for air travel to the United States in an interview over the weekend. Fauci said it had been discussed in the White House, but had yet to be proposed. …

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Penn State Football Practice Notebook | James Franklin opens up about USC rumors and searches for Auburn | Penn State Football News

Penn State has perhaps their most anticipated game in two years this weekend, Auburn arrives at Happy Valley. In front of a White Out crowd, the Nittany Lions will look to move up to 3-0 after wins over Wisconsin and Ball State to start the year. But the week did …

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NL Troop announces pair of Eagle Scouts | New Lothrop

NEW LOTHROP – New Lothrop Boy Scout Troop 90 this week announced their 35th and 36th Eagle Scouts. Dillan Morell and Jason Weber, were recognized in a Court of Honor ceremony on August 29. Troop 90 was reestablished in 1987 and produced Eagle Scouts since 1994. Morell and Weber are …

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Milwaukee Burnes throws a perfect 6 innings game | Sports News

CLEVELAND (AP) – Milwaukee’s Corbin Burnes throws a perfect game – and completely dominates – the Cleveland Indians in six innings on Saturday night. Burnes recorded 11 strikeouts while taking out the top 18 batters with ease. The right-hander eclipsed 200 strikeouts for the season in the second inning and …

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