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Women's Basketball's Evans to Play for U.S. All-Star Team in China
Women's Basketball's Evans to Play for U.S. All-Star Team in China HARRISONBURG, Va., June 26, 2012 -- Former James Madison All-America basketball player Dawn Evans (Clarksville, Tenn./Northeast) is traveling to China with a U.S. All-Star Team.Evans (JMU '11) is on a 12-player squad that will play in the Four Nations Invitational, with the first game being played in Yancheng.
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LAURENS, S.C. (AP) -- A county Republican group in South Carolina wants its candidates to promise to not cheat on their spouses and not watch pornography. But the state GOP says it would be illegal to keep candidates off the ballot only because they refuse to sign the pledge.
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Consolation races offered one last chance to make 500 For Waltrip, winning the Daytona 500 is everything Race-primed Stewart ready to defend after busy offseason 2012 Media Day Recap: The lighter side from Daytona 2012 Media Day: Junior talks team chemistry, his beard Dillons in full swing, poised for another big year Being known as a Sprint Cup winner has its privileges, both tangle and intangible.
Chesapeake names interim city manager | HamptonRoads.com | PilotOnline.com
The City Council formally accepted City Manager William Harrell's resignation Tuesday night and named Deputy City Manager Amar Dwarkanath interim city manager. He will take over April 1, the day after Harrell is scheduled to step down. Last month, the Hampton Roads Transit board voted to make Harrell the organization's next CEO and president.