The Daily Journal of Commerce (DJC) is a U.S. newspaper published daily except Saturday and Sunday in Portland, Oregon.
Bismarck school, area church start backpack program - Daily Journal: Superintendent Chuck Hasty said he and me...
University to honor National Guard leader - Daily Journal: University to h... Air
News: Group seeks help to clean up Quinnipiac River - Meriden Record-Journal
I've been thinkin about keeping a daily journal just so I can look back eventually & relive a moment in detail.
Burmas daily newspapers return to challenge state monopoly
I'm going to start keeping a journal & try writing in it daily. Okay, this starts tonight!
Its cool that I have kept a daily journal for the past 7 years because I can go back and see how I felt any given day of my life
Our View: Enough to make you sick - Richmond County Daily Journal Our View: Enough to make you sickRichmond Cou...
- Sorry it took so long to get it on my blog. Its been a busy spring already. THANKS for sharing your Daily Visual Journal!
On nights I am tired I cheat on my daily journal by recording it as an audio. By writing this I am absolving myself of the 'cheating'.
Anyone write a reflection in their daily journal today?!
Jerusalem Daily Journal-the only newspaper in all of history to retract an obituary
I've done 90 of these daily journal comics. Amazing! -
So I've decided that I will post daily on this thing. No one will read this probably but myself. This is gonna become a journal to me :)
Detection of COPD Exacerbations and Compliance with Patient Reported Daily Symptom Diaries Using a BlackBerry
I love reading the misc for sale portion of the daily journal.
I wrote in my journal today as I daily do but today as I was writing I began to confess some things I didn't know was built up. Felt good
The daily journal doesn't stop for spring break around here lol ir Easter for that matter. There are…
“Wall Street Journal has reporters shooting cellphone video a daily routine; how & why
Rival legal teams gird for court battles over tough abortion bans in Arkansas ... - Daily Journal
Fla. brewers push to legalize 64-ounce beer growlers; for now, enthusiasts get 32 or 128 - Daily Journal
Blessing Bags. The gist: Assemble a bag for someone less fortunate than you, filled with useful items for daily life.
Medical marijuana journal expands with industry
Wrote in my journal twice this week. Soon it'll be daily like I want it to be..
News: Medical marijuana journal expands with industry - Bostonglobe
Medical marijuana journal expands with industry - Bostonglobe
How to make work better: Wall Street Journal Daily Poll: Suggestions for improving corporate cultureIs your co...
Willits bypass opponents speak out before Board of Supervisors: Ukiah Daily Journal Nearly 30 speaker...
Hospice hopes to open thrift store at State, Clay streets in Ukiah: Ukiah Daily Journal The Ukiah Pla...
Residents can recycle tires, hazardous waste Daily Journal Items such as paint, stain,...
Detroit's financial debacle offers lessons to rest of us - Marietta Daily Journal
I just finished a daily journal, front to back. I am humbled, but strangely proud.
.analyses legal errors in dangerous article on Bradley | Daily Kos
I want someone to design a cover for my daily journal.
Writing notes, daily journal, ekekekekeke. Blah. i miss him, i miss my family. Grrr
Aw u insulted me over the Internet ): I'm totes gonna write abs tht n my daily journal bc I'm just so so so upset :-/
Dongwoo sometimes writes his stories in a journal. He writes his daily tasks down.
Where to eat today... where to eat? For great ideas, check out the Daily Journal's San Mateo/Burlingame Food &...
Column: Concerns escalate over Common Core standards - Daily Journal
Daily Journal - Franklin's Wood honored as county's top player
First United Methodist Church Cub Scout Pack 417 in the Daily Journal today - Cub Scout Race for Gold:
Be sure to read Tim Gallen's article on us in today's Phoenix Business Journal Daily Update!
Today is a good day to say thank you to our and our own
News: Potato board in agreement with Sustainable Land Management study - Journal Pioneer
going to try to start like a daily journal of ether quotes I liked or just thoughts I have or prayers.
Purposeful daily commitment to reflect, pray, journal, love, and grow ... J
Challenge yourself to keep a daily gratitude journal. It will change your life in so many amazing ways!
The Daily Bike, March 15, 2013: When I was a really little kid, I used to hear about Germany...
“NM Daily Journal states in article that Saturdays game vs LSU starts at6PM. Its at 2PM isn't it? 6pm Sat
A daily journal allows you to record the ups & the downs. It gives you the opportunity to put both in perspective.
[Daily Journal Biz] Hotel construction on Gloster still on schedule
Great new blog from the Phoenix Business Journal:...
Wrote my daily journal halfway I dozed off :/ ended off with an abrupt amen.
Idea:Keep a daily record of life's little blessings with a gratitude journal : )
Phoenix Business Journal has launched Health Care Daily, a special section online designed to be the leading...
Sick of forgetting all of your super sweet ideas? Get a designated thought journal + refer to it daily. Stupid simple solution
Northwest Opinions Editor’s Notebook: Coast River Business Journal is my new challenge: I’m thrilled to be run...
Duddy-Burke in the National Journal: New Pope Draws Praise and Prayers From Washington -
We praise God's beauty by imitating it in our lifestyles. Daily Journal
Diet Tip of the Day - Be your own cheerleader. Make a daily journal of everything you did right today.
Major contest launched for overhaul of London's Canada House - Architects' Journal: Major contest ...
Sealed Bids for the Removal of Asbestos - Fergus Falls Daily Journal
The Minority Alliance: A Daily Journal, "Entitlement based on race" I was thinking back when the Russian boy told me his guidance counselor at Walton ask him to help pay me back for filing OCR (Office of Civil Rights) complaints against Cobb County Schools. That when my daughter was assaulted an there was a plan to have me falsely incarcerated after damage was already done to my license as a favor to the prosecutor whose sister I took to court. A fellow friend of hers a long time prosecutor in Marietta City courts an a judge that was a friend of hers too help her practice racial hatred against me and damage my license. I have to post my motor vehicle record and you'll see it was impeccable but living her in East Cobb I am not allowed to not be criminal because I am a minority. Some still believe that they have a right to commit fraud against you because you are a minority. They suspended my license because I drove a dealer vehicle in which they said I had no proof of insurance. What mockery of me an our J ...
Big quarter pushes Center Grove past Whiteland By MIKE BEAS Daily Journal sports writer Cliff Hawkins kept waiting for his Center Grove basketball team to play to its potential during Friday night’s sectional semifinal against Whiteland. Once the third quarter began, the Trojans coach finally got his wish. Trailing by five points at the half, Center Grove forced eight Warriors turnovers in the third stanza and converted 9 of 13 field-goal attempts before settling in with a 60-48 victory. The Trojans’ third win against their county rival this season moved them into tonight’s championship game against Franklin Central. “Our third quarter was awfully good,” said Hawkins, whose team is now 10-12. “We finally just started to play doing all the things we were trying to do in the first half.” The Trojans placed four starters in double-figures, led by sophomore forward Michael Benkert’s 20 points. Senior post Troy Vorhies secured a double-double with 13 points and as many rebounds, while juniors T ...
The Minority Alliance: A Daily Journal, tonight as I cycled I watched Dateline do a story on Lindsay Van. Did you know it has been only about 2 years ago that woman were allowed in the sport of World Ski Jumping. Now that is scary, so if this is so imagine what it is like for other minorities who suffered discrimination like this woman did. I cried with them when I watched the special. Minorities have to support each other.She stated in the interview that she fought so long for woman to be able to ski jump that when they went to court and lost it became so devastating for her that she stop ski jumping for about a year. I can relate. When my kids elementary school staff administrator, the principal discriminated against me and my family and further my oldest daughter was assaulted. It devastated me but I was determined and knew I had to fight back, so I did and am. I too stopped cycling for a year. I am so proud of Lindsay for being that voice for woman, sometimes its so hard because she had to go against ...
Superstorm Sandy hurts Saks 4Q, but adjusted results and revenue top analysts ... - Daily Journal: Superstorm...
The NBC 4 article posted earlier is written by an AP writer and is appearing in newspapers from coast to coast and everywhere in between! I've found it on the websites of the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, the Charlotte Observer (NC), Myrtle Beach Online (SC), the Ventura County Star (CA), the Daily Journal (IN), and WHEC (Rochester, NY).
The following was printed by the Daily Journal, Tupelo, MS this morning. It is about the DNA portion of our program of the Northeast Mississippi Historical and Genealogical Society's program yesterday. Dr. Outlaw is so entertaining and made the DNA subject very understandable. DNA can help genealogists past the paper trail by JB Clark/NEMS Daily Journal Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal 6 hrs ago | 628 views | 0 Comments and 0 Reactions | 2 | | Dr. Henry Outlaw discusses the basic structure of DNA during a lecture Saturday morning at the Lee County Library about DNA and how it can be used in genealogy research. (LAUREN WOOD | DAILY JOURNAL) slideshow TUPELO – When a genealogist reaches the end of a paper trail while trying to track his or her ancestry, it is called hitting the wall. But now that research doesn’t need to stop. Dr. Henry Outlaw, retired Delta State University chemistry department chairman and genealogy hobbyist, said that is when DNA can become helpful. There are many companies t ...
Attorney: Property value trends in Vineland are troubling | The Daily Journal
A merry heart does good like a medicine - Marietta Daily Journal
Tough challenge: Students put down violent video games - Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal: Toug...
The original essence of the Yoga Sūtra was passed on by oral tradition……
Science matters and is important for my daily dose of knowledge. Therefore, I need more than science journal to expand that knowledge.
Business digest - Longview News-Journal: Business digestLongview News-JournalKale now is branch operations...
The Stadtbibliothek Goe Daily is out! ▸ Top stories today via
absolutely! I always get my clients to write daily in a journal - it is the best therapy! :) best of luck with your writing
This is my living journal.. I chronicle my daily thoughts in real-time to ppl I may never meet in person, but appreciate just the same..
Gift from an old friend in 2010. Laughing Buddha & also my daily Gratitude Journal a gift from my ex…
Razzies put bite on 'Twilight' as worst picture - Daily Journal Online: ABC NewsRazzies put bite on 'Twilight'...
Phil Angelo: Some candidates are forgotten in the Second Congressional District race - The Daily-Journal:
Hoyas top Orange in rivalry finale at Carrier Dome - Daily Journal Online: Hoyas top Orange in rivalry finale ...
10 Questions: Amateur filmmaker on laughs, local talent and the Oscars
bayfisherman replies to: Swing trading with Andrew's pitchforks and volume analysis journal: Eur daily http:...
I write in my journal daily. Today it happened. Peanut asked for her very own (so happy) of course I…
RCU Blackboard Daily Journal is out! ▸ Top stories today via
BUSINESS BUZZ: GPS Refurbishing brings metal objects back to life - The Daily News Journal: BUSINESS BUZZ: GPS...
Nigella Lawson speaks her mind, minds her curves – Daily Journal Online
Manatt partner Justin Thompson speaks to Daily Journal on potential housing bubble
Today we began the third installment of the Daily Journal's year-long State of Our Schools series. The entire series can be found here. During my reporting for this week's series, I spoke with form...
We've been hearing about this here in Johnson County for years. Johnson County is booming... The next Fishers? Work to start this year on project By JOSEPH S. PETE Daily Journal staff writer First Posted: February 19, 2013 - 10:01 p Photos: The view east from Worthsville Road and I-65 where a new interchange will be built. The city of Greenwood is planning three different annexations, including the soon-to-be-built interchange. An SUV drives on Worthsville Road over Interstate 65 in Greenwood. The city hopes to put a plan in place for the area surrounding what will be a new exit. Expect construction to start this year on a major east-west road project that Greenwood has been planning for years. The Greenwood City Council unanimously approved borrowing about $30 million to build an interstate interchange at Worthsville Road and widen the street to handle the increased traffic. The approval is the final one needed before construction can begin on a project that’s aimed at lessening congestion, spurring ec ...
this week has chosen by none other than Michael Attenborough! Sign up to his daily dose of inspiration
Journal and Daily Devotional for Mon Feb 18 now available and Stillwater...
Listen in live to sessions via skype room should be M1, according to daily journal
Daily Visual Journal .pdf book started her daily journal!
The Wall Street Journal: This daily newspaper publishes the latest in news from the business and finance world. ...
MT: Daily Mail reports that Mary Beard 'has claimed' she was once raped. Here's her essay from 13 yrs ago: via
Daily Beast Al Cross | Ashley Judd, hemp and taxesThe Courier-JournalHe seems to be allied again with 5th District...
Editorial: Strengthened law on passing stopped buses will help protect children - Winston-Salem Journal -
WFU police department, others watch case in N.C. Supreme Court - Winston-Salem Journal -
Knoxville, TN: Knoxville man killed in wreck on Riverview Drive - The Daily News Journal
I have started a daily visual journal. many thanks to
More than quilts: Ladies Sewing Group makes variety of items for charity - The Daily News Journal
Feds see signs of Pacific fishery recovery - San Mateo Daily Journal: Feds see signs of Pacific fishery recovery...
Magnesium supplements of up to 973mg daily may offer small but clinically significant reductions in blood pressure
U.S. scientist claims to have found DNA of bigfoot - but is charging to see ... - Daily Mail -
A healthy take on haute cuisine: blini and caviar - Vineland Daily Journal
by EmmeGirls Matt Towery - Marietta Daily Journal: Matt ToweryMarietta Daily JournalThe absurdly over-the-top co...
Being A Better You Life can be difficult. People are always looking for an influence, someone to look up to, someone to emulate. You can set the example, be the motivation that can really impact another human being. You can help change the world by changing yourself. Change must come from within, so become an example. Decide what it is that you consider a 'good' person to be. You can do this by observing people you love or respect. Realizing their best qualities and admirable traits and implementing this upon your own personality. Make changes slowly. Try one new behavior at a time. You cannot become a better person overnight. It is a process. You should change your habits and your mind will follow. Remember, that life goals can change, and who you can change as well. Never fail to re-evaluate and rediscover yourself! Read. Spend a good amount of your time reading about something beneficial towards your intelligence and keep being updated about your society. People admire smart peers, and being well-educa ...
daily journal a.k.a diary it does work to keep you mind sane. :D
Turning my Instagram into a fitness journal. This is a forewarning. There will be a douchy picture daily.
One of my goals for this year is to keep a daily photo journal of my 2013. This is for the first half of…
Was using this as an exercise journal but looking back at the posts there hasn't been a lot of physical activity for s o m e time now. And cos I'm real honest with myself, its starting to show. Jo, squeeze your *** back into your shorts, your belly & boobs into that shirt and get your trainers on and start walking AT LEAST. Trainings again twice a week and 1/2 hour intense exercise daily for 1 month. Then re-evaluate after that
Statistics prove that people that journal their food intake on a daily basis, lose 2 times as much weight!
From my journal of February 5th: everyone has a daily opportunity for repenting.
Full story on andy rodawold winning state wrestling title
The Dec 16 incident shook the conscience of the country when the 23-year-old trainee physiotherapist was assaulted and gang-raped by six males in a moving bus.
The quote--far below this passage of words,(right at the bottom) struck me as 'funny' as I usually write, without any flipping idea about what I am saying, as I am saying it, like now--'stream of consciousness'-yes, maybe not always sensible, perhaps vague, and not crystal clear but that will come with revision... 'thinking' too much as you write seems like duality/dueling/dulling--( actually, what i am saying sounds paradoxical for clearly, I am 'thinking' when i write this) but I speak to a different phenomenon... When I feel the urge to write, that is when I am struck by inspiration, it is usually when I appear to be out of mind, that is not really thinking at all, but staring at some clouds for example, and some phrase will drift/float into my head--often times, this occurs on nature walks, when i am mulling over stuff--unburdening my concerns to air, sunlight, seagulls, trees, and snow drifts, but not thinking/meaning or 'feeling' I care to write--Luckily as a disciplined practice, I do carry a noteb ...
Daily Journal home delivery subscribers: It's free to activate your digital account for full access
well it's like a mommy journal. It's a daily short thought thing.
Love today's Daily Bike from Rock 'n' roll!!! ^jv
I have on and off, for years. My goal is to journal more often,(weekly or daily) rather then sporadically.
Warriors to unveil jersey with sleeves - Ukiah Daily Journal
Market Report: 2012 ended with a bang: Newmark Grubb Knight Frank bats cleanup in the Business Journal’s tour of...
Pa. sends crews to help Connecticut dig out - Milton Daily Standard
Biotronik Daily Home Monitoring reduces inappropriate shocks by 52% as published in European Heart Journal in ECOST Trial.
We're probably a few years late to this party, but hey, better late than never! Sign up for Daily Journal...
Charter debate: Lifeline or community divider? | Daily Journal |
Kankakee: Lana Brown: Christa McAuliffe still touches the future
Gas tax for highways alive, but fate uncertain | Daily Journal |
U. of Mississippi's Andy Mullins announces plans to retire June 30 | Daily Journal |
The Daily Bike: In 1927, the Tour de France was rock 'n' roll.
Pre-K, extracurriculars seen as dropout preventives | Daily Journal |
Via scanner traffic: Kankakee Fire responded to a house fire in the 100 block of North Hunter Avenue.
Women who enjoy wine daily have sharper minds into old age than women who abstain, says the New England Journal of Medicine.
Looking for App or way to keep a daily journal that other users can see on BB, Iphone, desktop, etc. Keeping track of daily schedule.
Cut out middle man on local tax decisions | Daily Journal (Opinion) |
KWSnet's politics, society, environment, sci/tech, business, and arts/culture news is posted daily to KWSnet Journal
College searches for answers to gun violence - Vineland Daily Journal
Thanks to the San Mateo Daily Journal for the shout out!
daily deal 50% off Recycled vinyl journal: doris day via
“Won athlete of the week in the Marietta Daily Journal” keep working.
A lawyer shot to death during a mediation is remembered. (NLJ)
Welcome to the Future: Congress Takes on 3-D Printing - National Journal
My continues, today will be day 148 But daily mile won't be my tracker anymore I have my own journal and my for that
Kankakee: Our view: A welcome mat for workers
Check out our Op-Ed from Sunday's Marietta Daily Journal. Three ideas for reducing teen traffic deaths
Go green on Valentine's Day Our daily Sweepstakes Q is coming up at 1pm. See Rules:
Here is a story from the Daily Journal who spoke to some neighbors involves with *** and his hatred for them. This tells of the sort of things he was doing leading up to his first arrest and up to today when he has over 100 agents down his property trying to coax him out of that bunker. Daily Journal... The gunman, identified by neighbors as Jimmy Lee *** was known as "the crazy man" of the neighborhood, a paranoid and menacing figure who once beat a dog to death with a lead pipe, threatened to shoot children for setting foot on his property and patrolled his yard at night with a flashlight and a shotgun. The 65-year-old retired truck driver had been scheduled to appear in court Wednesday morning to answer charges he shot at his neighbors in a dispute last month over a speed bump. The standoff dragged on through the night and into the afternoon Wednesday after the gunman boarded a stopped school bus in the small town of Midland City, population 2,300, on Tuesday afternoon, authorities said. Sheriff W ...
NFL Report: Ex-NFL player faces charges Kwame Harris, shown in a 2008 photo, played six seasons in the NFL. FOX Sports SHARE THIS STORY UPDATED JAN 28, 2013 6:21 PM ET Former NFL offensive tackle Kwame Harris reportedly was scheduled to appear in court Monday on assault charges stemming from an argument with his ex-boyfriend over soy sauce and underwear at a northern California restaurant. Harris, 30, who played for the San Francisco 49ers from 2003-07 and for the Oakland Raiders in 2008, has been charged with felony counts of domestic violence causing great bodily injury and assault with force likely to produce great bodily injury in relation to the August 2012 incident, The (San Mateo, Calif.) Daily Journal reported. He has pleaded not guilty but was due back in court Monday for a pretrial conference, the newspaper reported. If convicted, Harris reportedly faces up to seven years in prison. Harris' ex-boyfriend, Dimitri Geier, also reportedly has filed a civil suit against Harris for assault, battery, f ...
Warriors get defensive in league win By GREG DODDRIDGE Daily Journal sports correspondent MOORESVILLE Snapping a four-game losing streak and staying in the chase for the Mid-State Conference title were important objectives. But Matt Wadsworth was impressed by something else. The Whiteland boys basketball coach liked what happened on defense. The visiting Warriors upended Mooresville 47-37 on Friday night, improving to 3-1 in the conference. “As a coach, you just appreciate it when your team works hard in practice, and they’re rewarded with results,” Wadsworth said. “A lot of things we’ve asked them to do in practice showed up tonight, and they were rewarded with a win.” The Warriors (6-9) got a game-high 16 points and eight rebounds from senior Dejan Davis. Senior Kyle Alford added 15 points. But their defense also showed up in a big way. Whiteland kept the Pioneers to 12-of-46 (26 percent) shooting in part by limiting 6-foot-6 junior Jacob Johnson, who averages 22 points per game, to just sev ...
Barack Obama picks foreign policy aide as chief of staff - San Mateo Daily Journal
New York Daily News Women divided over new role in combatAtlanta Journal ConstitutionSgt. Crystal Spears,...
RFID Journal LIVE! 2013 to Feature Nine Preconference and Four ... via NFC NEWS DAILY - Posted on: ...
Women divided over new role in combat - Atlanta Journal Constitution: New York Daily NewsWomen divided over new ...
County Influenza A cases on the increase - Daily Journal Online: County Influenza A cases on the increaseDaily J...
Antigo Daily Journal News Stories Nice idea that other have had success with.
Photo: adventure-journal: The Daily Pow: Gressonay, Italy — ever heard of it? Didn’t think so. Yet another...
LETTER: Carr's gun bill would fall to supremacy clause - The Daily News Journal
County Democratic Party must step in, rescue Buena Vista;Pot is dangerous and ... - Vineland Daily Journal
Ukiah's Event of the Heart raises funds for MCAVHN: for Ukiah Daily Journal It's that time of year agai...
The Door Industry Journal Daily is out! ▸ Top stories today via
Impressive! Read more at and in The Daily News Journal.
My diet is generally high protein & I try to eat greens daily. But, I do like my noodles of various forms (pasta, ramen, etc.)
Thanks for following! I coach people in for passion, clarity, and purpose in daily life. Do you keep a journal?
Professor to discuss student filmmakers at Feb. showcase - The Daily News Journal
Lawmakers tackle taxes, budgets and Medicaid - Marietta Daily Journal
Meeting Tuesday to discuss fish screen, ladder: Ukiah Daily Journal The public is invited to comment Tu...
Pick out some reading plans in the Bible, write daily in a prayer journal, visit your local Christian bookstore.
Dancing on common ground - Milton Daily Standard: Dancing on common groundMilton Daily StandardBrenda Bailey of ...
: Write daily about your search in a journal or on a blog. -
The Griddys: Honoring the best in NFL broadcasting - Devil's Lake Daily Journal: The Griddys: Honoring the best ...
As many of you know if you read the Daily Journal our politicians are making it sound like it's a hard decision of who to name the new bridge on I-70 after either the baseball legend Stan Musial or the bridge worker Andy Gammon that lost his life building that same bridge last March 2012. Personally i think it's ludicrous to name the bridge after the baseball legend when he had nothing to do with the bridge and has already been immortalized by his statue outside Cardinal Stadium! I am a proud American but at the same time this country wasn't built by baseball legends! It was built by the blood, sweat and tears of what the Daily Journal refers to as blue collar workers just like Andy Gammon! It seems to me our elected officials have forgotten that us blue collar workers just like ANDY are the back bone of this country and that they are elected to do what we say! Stan Musial's name will never be forgotten but the same cannot be said for Andy Gammon! To Andy's to children and wife and friends and coworkers h ...
Looking for a devotional Bible reading plan to read every day? Read each day's Bible reading online or in our mobile app.
Daily Journal editorial: Keep San Francisco International Airport name as it is ...
PULLMAN, Wash. - WSU's Paul G. Allen Center for Global Animal Health is in the running for the Daily Journal of Commerce’s building of the year. Voting ends Friday, Feb. 1,
For patients; keeping a daily journal helps. Keeps it real and there is a record.
its like my daily medicine I LOVE to write. It comes natural “i could never keep a journal or diary...”
Court asked to define identity theft
The Daily Bike, January 22, 2013: At last glance, three out of five Adventure Journal readers ...
Olcayto: 'Blame lack of imagination for Glasgow's square debacle' | News | Architects Journal:
The Daily Bike: A nice fresh bag of EPO, packaged just for you.
Church growth plans to be decided tonight - San Mateo Daily Journal
Keep a daily gratitude journal and as you write down what you're grateful for, also say it out loud.
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal - OUR OPINION Cole raised .to a new level
Were meeting with the daily journal today to do a story about our business. The article will be in the "Pushing boundaries" section!
Daily essentials we love from bag: Journal. sunnies. lip butter. masc
Journal, in which all my daily observations on the habits of animals and.
If losing weight is one of your TOP 2013 goals, keep a daily food journal. Your body will thank you!
Charter schools before House panel today | Daily Journal |
Our fast and furious president should slow down | The Fergus Falls Daily Journal
Daily: Germans strike out in China, look toward India. Hyundai sales slip in, wait for it, Korea. Honda's 1st plug-in.
On the way up: Food prices expected to rise | Dennis Seid (Opinion) | Daily Journal |
Daily inspiration: grow a garden journal to keep track of plant labels, seed packets, and more
Hard day's night: Extra work pays off for Bulldogs' Thomas | Daily Journal |
Lawyers doing good deeds! Newtown Lawyers Open Up Offices and Hearts for Grieving Residents
Cyber tracking on children, oh no! Privacy suit accuses Google, Viacom of feeding 'cookies' to children
49ers favored by Vegas books to win Super Bowl - San Mateo Daily Journal
Internet provider not liable for allowing ad company to track web use
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal - ERROL CASTENS Ending the slaughter of innocents
The Daily Pow: Vision is a crutch, says the true skier.
Butterfly File Folder Journal: daily threads has added a photo to the pool:
John Llewellyn was quoted in the Atlanta Journal Constitution, Business News Daily and USA Today discussing Lance Armstrong’s confession.
Read Oscar backlash for 'Zero Dark Thirty' over torture? - Vineland Daily Journal
There Sorted Better brace myself then, someone has to trial it, dont know if i can get viagra by the sack full, at the very least it will give them something to talk about in the chemist and maybe i might even smyself thin ! 'Viagra helps men fight the flab as well as boost their sex life,' reports the Daily Mail, somewhat prematurely, on a study involving mice. The study aimed to examine the effect of a chemical signalling messenger (cGMP, cyclic guanosine-3',5'-monophosphate) on fat tissue commonly referred to as "white fat". The body uses chemical signalling messengers to transmit signals from one cell to another. There are two types of fat tissue in all mammals: white adipose tissue and brown adipose tissue. White adipose tissue stores fats and is what we traditionally think of as "fat". In contrast, brown adipose tissue generates heat from fat. Brown adipose tissue is present in higher levels in infants and plays an important role in keeping them warm. It is thought it is converted into other types o ...
Small Group PT clients: Week 3 Goal: Eat 3 days of plant-based foods. See blog for ideas & food options. You will journal the 3 days and turn log books in by Saturday. Goal YOU WILL WORKOUT NO LESS THAN 5 DAYS THIS WEEK. You will let me know if not doing a class what you did instead or on your own - your daily workouts will also be documented in yoru journals. Remember, exercise is the stimulus to improve fitness (get strong, increased endurance) but your diet will change your body composition. Let's clean up the diets this week - I want to see better choices and less consumption of the starchy carbs...cut out all those 100 calorie snacks foods. Let's do this...
Here are 21 Things You Can Do On A 1 Day Vacation: 1. Spend it with someone you love. 2. Read an entire book. 3. Practice something, anything. 4. Sleep, as much as you want. 5. Disconnect with all things electronic. 6. Reconnect with yourself. 7. Get something important done that has been on the back burner. 8. Do an activity that you enjoy. Do you have a hobby to fuel your inner passion? 9. Workout. It feels great. 10. Go out to lunch with a friend. 11. Learn something. What new skill do you need? 12. Do something you have never done before. Scare yourself, just a little bit. 13. Take a bite out of that elephant. Or whatever big project has been hanging out. 14. Do something outdoors. Remind yourself that life is not contained in an office building. 15. Write letters to 5 friends or relatives. 16. Go on a tour of your own city or town. Discover something new. 17. Reflect and write in your journal. 18. Go and see someone in person that you have been meaning to spend time with. 19. Start something. Take th ...
White chili! I made it using the recipe that appeared in Wednesday's Daily Journal. It is sooo tasty. (We didn't add cayenne pepper so wasn't hot.) Chicken, great northern beans, onion, nice spices, but not "spicy." We recommend it.
A group of young people in Plantersville making a difference in Northeast Mississippi with community service and trips.
7 TIPS TO DEVELOP A DAILY PRACTICE FOR GROWTH, HEALING, AND HAPPINESS... 1. Be clear. While my goal was “to heal my life,” my main motivation was actually to tackle the pain surrounding a lifelong struggle with an undiagnosed eating disorder. I knew this was the one issue I’d been avoiding for decades, and that it was the first area that needed to be addressed. Ask yourself: “What value can come to my life by devoting a few minutes a day to my self?” The more specific you can be, the better. If you don’t know, just be honest. Part of developing a daily practice is learning to be in touch with why you want things. Be patient. It will come. 2. Develop a vision. Once my goal was clear, I developed a vision of what it would look like to attain that goal of healing my life. It meant being off all medications, being gentle with my body, eating nourishing foods, and surrounding myself with supportive people. Visualizing what I wanted made my motivations for developing a daily practice more tangible. ...
Big 3-pointer helps Franklin rally for win By MIKE BEAS Daily Journal sports writer Bryce Platfoot’s Friday evening started innocently enough. Six first-half points, a rebound or two. Nothing terribly out of the ordinary. Once the 6-foot-3 junior delivered a 3-pointer along the left baseline with eight-tenths of a second remaining in the third quarter, there was no stopping him or his team. By scoring Franklin’s first nine points in the final period, Platfoot led the Grizzly Cubs’ rally in what ended up a 54-45 victory at Whiteland’s Glenn Ray Gymnasium. The win is Franklin’s 10th straight, the program’s longest streak since the 1996-97 ball club rattled off 12 straight before losing to Delta in the championship game of the Hinkle Semistate. Platfoot finished with a game-high 19 points and the praise of his coach. “That 3-pointer he hit was a big momentum shift for us,” Grizzly Cubs coach Jerry Bomholt said. “Bryce stepped out there, and that was big. And when we’re pressing, we’ve g ...
Co-founder of National Instruments donates $10M to UT school Daily Journal x
Is God to blame for the shootings? BY TERRY MATTINGLY(copied from the Daily Journal) Scripps Howard News Service Blame it on the guns. No, blame the judges who banned God talk in schools, along with most lessons about right and wrong. No, our lousy national mental health-care system caused this hellish bloodbath. No, the problem is the decay of American families, with workaholic parents chained to their desks while their children grow up in suburban cocoons with too much time on their hands. No, it’s Hollywood’s fault. How can children tell the difference between fantasy and reality when they’ve been baptized in violent movies, television and singleshooter videogames? Why not blame God? These were the questions in 1999 when two teen gunmen at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colo., killed 13 people and themselves in the massacre that set the standard for soulsearching media frenzies in postmodern America. All the questions asked about Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold now are being asked about Adam L ...
Two new exhibits open at Indianapolis Museum of Art - Daily Journal
From the Daily Journal... Franklin Mayor Joe McGuinness has decided to close non-essential offices for the city of Franklin on Wednesday
Research Reveals New Drug Target Urgently Needed for Tuberculosis Therapy Science Daily Dec. 20, 2012 — One third of the world is infected with the bacterium that causes tuberculosis (TB), a disease that is increasingly difficult to treat because of wide spread resistance to available drugs. Researchers from the Institute of Pharmacology and Structural Biology (CNRS, Université de Toulouse) in Toulouse (France) have identified a fresh target to develop new drugs for TB. The study, published in the Open Access journal PLOS Pathogens, shows why the target will be important in developing new TB treatments. The deadliest form of human tuberculosis is caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis (M.tb). The burden of infection continues to increase and every year the world sees 8 million new cases and nearly 2 million deaths. TB, which occurs mostly in developing countries (including China, India and Brazil), drastically hinders economic growth. Current tuberculosis treatments are nearly 50 years old, take more tha ...
Brain Imaging Insight Into Cannabis as a Pain Killer Science Daily Dec. 20, 2012 — The pain relief offered by cannabis varies greatly between individuals, a brain imaging study carried out at the University of Oxford suggests. The researchers found that an oral tablet of THC, the psychoactive ingredient in cannabis, tended to make the experience of pain more bearable, rather than actually reduce the intensity of the pain. MRI brain imaging showed reduced activity in key areas of the brain that substantiated the pain relief the study participants experienced. 'We have revealed new information about the neural basis of cannabis-induced pain relief,' says Dr Michael Lee of Oxford University's Centre for Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Brain (FMRIB). He adds: 'Our small-scale study, in a controlled setting, involved 12 healthy men and only one of many compounds that can be derived from cannabis. That's quite different from doing a study with patients. My view is the findings are of interest sci ...
Genetic Defect Causing Fragile X-Related Disorders More Common Than Thought Science Daily Dec. 21, 2012 — A single genetic defect on the X chromosome that can result in a wide array of conditions -- from learning and emotional difficulties to primary ovarian insufficiency in women and tremors in middle-aged men -- occurs at a much greater frequency than previously thought, research led by the UC Davis MIND Institute has found. The research is based on the first large-scale, multi-center newborn screening effort for the defect in the United States, conducted in a group of more than 14,200 male and female infants at three research university medical centers piloting a new infant screening test developed at UC Davis. The study, "FMR1 CGG Allele Size and Prevalence Ascertained Through Newborn Screening in the United States," was led by Flora Tassone, professor-in-residence in the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Medicine, and was conducted using blood spots obtained from infant heel *** as part o .. ...
Discovery Could Eventually Help Diagnose and Treat Chronic Pain Science Daily Dec. 20, 2012 — More than 100 million Americans suffer from chronic pain. But treating and studying chronic pain is complex and presents many challenges. Scientists have long searched for a method to objectively measure pain and a new study from Brigham and Women's Hospital advances that effort. The study appears in the January 2013 print edition of the journal Pain. "While we need to be cautious in the interpretation of our results, this has the potential to be an exciting discovery for anyone who suffers from chronic pain," said Marco Loggia, PhD, the lead author of the study and a researcher in the Pain Management Center at BWH and the Department of Radiology at Massachusetts General Hospital. "We showed that specific brain patterns appear to track the severity of pain reported by patients, and can predict who is more likely to experience a worsening of chronic back pain while performing maneuvers designed to induce pain. I ...
Rebuilding Blood Vessels Through Gene Therapy Science Daily Dec. 20, 2012 — Diagnosed with severe coronary artery disease, a group of patients too ill for or not responding to other treatment options decided to take part in a clinical trial testing angiogenic gene therapy to help rebuild their damaged blood vessels. More than 10 years later, in a follow-up review of these patients, doctors at Baylor College of Medicine, Weill Cornell Medical College (where the clinical trial and review took place) and Stony Brook University Medical Center report the outcomes are promising and open the door for larger trials to begin. The study, which appears online in the journal Human Gene Therapy, followed 31 Weill Cornell patients who were diagnosed with severe coronary artery disease and were given a direct injection into their heart muscle of gene therapy called adenovirus encoding angiogenic growth factor, or AdVEGF121. Study results show the five- and 10-year survival rate of those patients were just as good and, ...
Cholesterol Boosts the Memory of the Immune System Science Daily Dec. 21, 2012 — The memory of the human immune system is critical for the development of vaccines. Only if the body recognizes a pathogen with which it has already come into contact in the case of a second infection, the immune system can combat it more effectively than it did the first time. The Freiburg immunobiologist Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Schamel from the Institute of Biology III of the University of Freiburg and his colleagues have succeeded in demonstrating how the memory of the immune system functions. Their findings have now been published in the journals Immunity and Journal of Biological Chemistry (JBC). The immune system becomes acquainted with a pathogen during an initial infection and understands that it must be combated. When the T cell receptors of the immune system come across the same pathogen a second time, they are much more sensitive toward them than during the first encounter, and it thus takes less pathogens to activate ...
Liver Mitochondria Improve, Increase After Chronic Alcohol Feeding in Mice Science Daily Dec. 20, 2012 — Scientists at the Keck School of Medicine of USC have found evidence that liver mitochondria in mice adapt to become better metabolizers of alcohol and increase in number after chronic exposure, which may raise the potential for free radical damage associated with aging and cancer over time. The liver is a vital organ, playing a major role in metabolism and detoxification in the body. Overconsumption of alcohol has long been tied to liver diseases such as fatty liver, alcoholic hepatitis and cirrhosis, but how the substance damages the organ is not fully understood. USC research published in the Dec. 7, 2012, issue of the Journal of Biological Chemistry, a peer-reviewed scientific journal, suggests that mitochondria play an important role in the liver's response to the metabolic stress caused by alcohol intake. If scientists observe the same results in human mitochondria, it could help pinpoint targe ...
New Pathways That Drive Metastatic Prostate Cancer Identified Science Daily Dec. 21, 2012 — Elevated levels of Cyclin D1b could function as a novel biomarker of lethal metastatic disease in prostate cancer patients, according to a pre-clinical study published ahead of print on December 21 in the Journal of Clinical Investigation by researchers at the Kimmel Cancer Center at Jefferson. The group, headed by Karen E. Knudsen, Ph.D., Professor and Hilary Koprowski Chair, Departments of Cancer Biology, Urology, and Radiation Oncology at Thomas Jefferson University and Deputy Director for Basic Science at the KCC, found that Cyclin D1b, a variant of the cell cycle regulator Cyclin D1a, functions independently of the cell cycle to promote metastasis in both early and late stage prostate cancer. Rather, Cyclin D1b, but not Cyclin D1a, regulates a large gene network, the researchers found, which was shown to cooperate with androgen receptor (AR) signaling to fuel metastatic progression in multiple models of pros ...
Targeted Therapy Proves Effective Against Brain Tumors in Preclinical Studies Science Daily Dec. 21, 2012 — Researchers from Roswell Park Cancer Institute (RPCI) have published findings from a preclinical study assessing the effectiveness of a small-molecule inhibitor, CFAK-Y15, in treating some brain cancers. The paper, published in Molecular Cancer Therapeutics, demonstrates for the first time that inhibiting the protein focal adhesion kinase (FAK) with CFAK-Y15 is an effective approach to controlling growth of glioblastoma tumors, especially in combination with the standard chemotherapy agent temozolomide (Temodar). FAK is overexpressed, or produced in excessive amounts, in tumor cells, and has been shown to play a key role in survival of cancer cells. In this study, a team led by Vita M. Golubovskaya, PhD, an Associate Professor of Oncology in the Department of Surgical Oncology, found that animal models treated with CFAK-Y15 demonstrated significantly prolonged survival compared to the control grou ...
Most bodyworkers are aware that breathing deeply helps relaxation. In fact, many guide their clients toward diaphragmatic breathing during a session to complement their work. Elevating the therapeutic utility of deep breathing even further, research demonstrates that breathing technique influences more than relaxation levels. Based on this groundbreaking study, bodywork practitioners have every reason to incorporate breath-work into every session for chronic pain. In addition, this study encourages practitioners to teach their clients diaphragmatic breathing techniques to reduce chronic pain in between bodywork visits. Research led by Arthur Craig, Ph.D. from Barrow Neurological Institute at St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center in collaboration with investigators in the Department of Psychology at Arizona State University was published in the January 2010 edition of Pain, the journal of the International Association for the Study of Pain. This study demonstrated that controlled breathing at a slowed ...
Researchers Discover Genetic Basis for Eczema, New Avenue to Therapies Science Daily Dec. 21, 2012 — Researchers at Oregon State University have announced the discovery of an underlying genetic cause of atopic dermatitis, a type of eczema most common in infancy that also affects millions of adults around the world with dry, itchy and inflamed skin lesions. The findings were just published in PLoS ONE, a professional journal, and may set the stage for new therapeutic approaches to this frustrating syndrome, which is difficult to treat and has no known cure. Eczema is also related to, and can sometimes cause asthma, a potentially deadly immune dysfunction. Pharmaceutical scientists at OSU found in laboratory studies that eczema can be triggered by inadequate Ctip2, a protein and master regulator that affects other genetic functions. They have identified two ways in which improper function of Ctip2 can lead to eczema. In a recent publication, they found that Ctip2 controls lipid biosynthesis in the skin, t ...
Literary Arts: Pilgrim's Way Community Bookstore & Secret Garden is excited to present a Meet & Greet with Cheryl Thiele, creator of the The Sacred Journey: Daily Journal for Your Soul series.
Muscle Itself not Responsible for Muscle Weakness in Down Syndrome December 18, 2012 By share Leave a Comment Study finds muscle weakness in Down syndrome may have a neurological cause. It is well known that people with Down syndrome (DS) suffer from marked muscle weakness. Even the simple tasks of independent living, such as getting out of a chair or climbing a flight of stairs, can become major obstacles. This can reduce the quality of life for those with DS and lead to a loss of independence. Now, a new study sheds light on some of the suspected causes of muscle weakness. Led by scientists from Syracuse University, a research team has investigated muscle weakness in a mouse model of DS. “If we understand the cause of this muscle weakness, we can begin to look at potential therapies for treating it,” said Patrick M. Cowley, lead researcher. The investigators analyzed the soleus muscle -- a muscle in the lower leg — and looked into whether the weakness was due to a deficiency of the muscle itself, ...
That's my sister to bad the daily record was full of mistakes, thank goodness for the beacon journal!
The Daily Journal is BOGUS for that picture of me. -___-
Dear editor of the JRSM Journal, you should be ashamed. Sucking up to Royalty and the Daily Mail.
Less Salt Is Not the Answer.The need to decrease our consumption of salt in our diets is a two decade misguided public health message. Why?.We've all been told that reducing our consumption of salt will reduce disease and save thousands of lives per year. However, as usual, public health advice is once again the last advice you should follow Actually, if the government has their way, they would drive salt intake down even further to scarce levels. Some health watchdogs have proposed the incredibly ignorant plan to call for average consumption to be cut below 2g per day in just over a decade. The reality is that too little salt is just as dangerous as too much, and that continuing to drive levels down will actually lead to an increase in deaths from heart disease. A paper published in the American Journal of Hypertension warns that once average daily consumption dips to below 6.25g, the risk of heart attacks and strokes starts to increase once more. Restricting salt consumption increases levels of choleste ...
Recently I started wearing prescription glasses but I can't decide if they are helping. Up until a couple years ago I didn't have any vision problems, then I began to experience blurry vision when reading, cheaters worked good for awhile. Then, I began to have difficulty focusing of far objects, but this would come and go. At my last vision doctors appointment I was told I needed glasses, am near and far sighted and have astigmatisim in both eyes. I waited to get my glasses because I still had periods of the day where I could see far away, but not close. Well, little by little my vision kept getting worse. Since little I always had sensitivity to light but never had problems with my vision while reading or any other activity. Now I got these glasses, one day they help and the next day they don't. I am getting so frustrated. My eyes get super dry so I am constantly adding moisturizing eye drops the doctor recommended, but the drops only help for a little while. I am diabetic so I figured it has to do with ...
Eight Ingredients You Never Want to See on Your Nutrition Label. 1. BHA This preservative is used to prevent rancidity in foods that contain oils. Unfortunately, BHA (butylated hydroxyanisole) has been shown to cause cancer in rats, mice, and hamsters. The reason the FDA hasn’t banned it is largely technical—the cancers all occurred in the rodents’ forestomachs, an organ that humans don’t have. Nevertheless, the study, published in the Japanese Journal of Cancer Research, concluded that BHA was “reasonably anticipated to be a carcinogen,” and as far as I’m concerned, that’s reason enough to eliminate it from your diet. 2. Parabens These synthetic preservatives are used to inhibit mold and yeast in food. The problem is parabens may also disrupt your body’s hormonal balance. A study in Food Chemical Toxicology found that daily ingestion decreased sperm and testosterone production in rats, and parabens have been found present in breast cancer tissues. 3. Partially Hydrogenated Oil I’ve ha ...
The Daily News Journal editorial board pans "teachers with guns" movement »» Teachers should keep weapons at home |
A week after Connecticut school massacre, new details emerge about gunman ... - Daily Journal
Ukiah man arrested after pursuit on stolen motorcycle - Ukiah Daily Journal: Ukiah man arrested after pursuit on...
Move out cleaning is a hassle! Let us do the job. Don't miss the Move out cleaning Daily Deals on 12/22 (Sat) on State Journal Register.
Story by Stephanie Rebman/Daily Journal A Meridian man walking on Highway 78 near the Peppertown exit was struck by a vehicle Thursday night. According to Itawamba County Sheriff Chris Dickinson, t...
Reminder: Daily Journal will not publish a newspaper Christmas Day to allow our staff to spend time with their family and friends on the holiday. Happy Holidays from our family to yours!
Gemstones and Fashion: Pantone's Spring 2013 Color Trends and Color of the Year - Jewelry Making Daily...
State Sen. Leland Yee, D-San Francisco/San Mateo, writes his views on gun control in this Daily Journal op-ed ...
Congratulations to Berger Kahn Principal David Ezra for his year-end review of employment law being published in...
Daily Journal - Editorial: County has partner in fight for good health
Validation- today is the first time that the daily Wall Street Journal that I pick up for my boss contained a review for a show I'm in!
Happy Holidays from the Daily Reporter & the Wisconsin Law Journal!
A daily mantra for a new era: With one life to live, I dedicate my breath to the well-being of all sentient beings! - Elephant Journal
Gemstones and Fashion: See Pantone's Spring 2013 color trends and the gemstones that match them! Which is your fave?
Call me nerd or not, i have the wall street journal app in my phone, and i read it daily.
The WSJ takes slot on the iOS Newsstand: /via
The Daily Bike, December 21, 2012: Here’s to getting your weekend off with a boost. Happy Frid...
Daily Bike: Get your weekend off with a boost.
The daily journal stay messin stuff up 37 not 33 .. Ugh!!
The WSJ takes slot on the iOS Newsstand:
Cruise shines in role of off-the-grid crime fighter 'Jack Reacher' - The Herald Journal: New York Daily NewsCrui...
Atlanta Journal Constitution (blog) Your Daily Jolt: Boehner 'they weren't taking that out on me'Atlanta Journal...
OSpehner daily review, le Journal is out! ▸ Top stories today via
City of Ukiah may have to go to court to use bond proceeds - Ukiah Daily Journal
Internal affairs report clears MCSO captain in marijuana case - Ukiah Daily Journal
IHSAA gives OK to changes in football Daily Journal staff report The IHSAA approved two format recommendations for the new Class 5A and Class 6A football state tournaments during Tuesday’s monthly meeting of the IHSAA Executive Committee. The creation of eight, four-team sectionals in each class, along with a bye week for the two teams competing in each state championship game during the traditional semistate week, were unanimously passed by the 16-member committee. Formats and dates for Classes A through 4A are unchanged. Center Grove is the only Johnson County school that will compete at the Class 6A level. Whiteland and Franklin will continue competing at the Class 5A level. The IHSAA recently surveyed the 70 largest football-playing schools and received 67 responses strongly favoring the new format for Class 6A and Class 5A. The IHSAA Executive Committee approved adding a sixth class to the football state tournament during its June meeting. Class 6A will consist of the 32 largest schools, while th ...
Getting To and From Hoover School: The Daily Journal is tracking the on-going neighborhood concerns (in B'game and...
Justice Kagan praises colleague Scalia for his work on interpreting statutes - Daily Journal
LIMITED TIME OFFER: Get the Daily Journal of Commerce with easy monthly installments of just $24.00 a month! You’ll get the daily issues and 24/7 exclusive subscriber-only online access. You’ll find our unique mix of construction news, calls for bids, Project Center updates, and public notices is an excellent resource to keep you competitive and successful.
Christmas Bird Count set to begin in County - Daily Journal
Coverage of Monday night's Board of Aldermen meeting from Kevin Jenkins of the Daily Journal.
Tacoma Makes made it into Daily Journal of Commerce --but if you are not a subscriber can also check it out here:
Tacoma Playing Cards featured in the Daily Journal of Commerce!
Dickey, Lihs elected to Oregon Paralegal Association - Daily Journal of Commerce Paralegal City
County hires SF lawyer to help prepare response to federal subpoena over marijuana - Daily Journal
College update: Ex-Warrior leads team to final By WALT VANDERBUSH Daily Journal sports correspondent Offensive lineman Zack VanDeman and his Marian teammates defeated Missouri Valley 20-17 in the NAIA National Tournament semifinals and will play Morningside, Iowa, in the NAIA National Championship game. The final, which will be televised by CBS Sports, will be played at 6:30 p.m. Dec. 13 in Rome, Ga. The Whiteland Community High School graduate started 10 games for the 11-1 Knights and was named to the Mid-States Football Association Mideast League second team. Whiteland Mitch Meador assisted on one tackle for the Cincinnati football team (9-3, 5-2) in a 34-17 win against Connecticut.
Good try Warrior. "BREAK THE ROCK" Rebels too much for Whiteland By STEVE McCLURE Daily Journal sports correspondent Through the first three games of the season, the Whiteland boys basketball team emphasized ball movement to create scoring opportunities. But Friday night, the host Roncalli Rebels had their own strategy. The Rebels were patient on each possession, and when the shot was there, they took it. Roncalli connected on its first four shots of the game and from there built a lead it would never relinquish en route to a 64-42 win. Roncalli leads the all-time series with Whiteland 12-3 and has won the past 10 games. Unforced errors by Whiteland allowed Roncalli (1-2) to run its motion offense with three guards on the perimeter. Center Michael Clements, a 6-foot-7 senior, led the way for the Rebels. He scored a team-high 17 points on 7-of-9 shooting from the field and was 3 for 3 at the free-throw line. He also had seven rebounds. The Warriors (2-2) were limited to only seven shots from the field in t ...
Thank you to all those who participated in last night's Christmas parade! There were so many fabulous entries, our judges had a hard time choosing a winner! This was definitely one of our best year's yet! So many volunteers and participants to thank -- Both of the Leadington and Park Hills Police Departments, Street Departments, Fire Departments and Mayors; The Central Elementary First Grade Students; The Fifth Grade Rebel Clef Honors Choir; The Central High School Swing Choir; The Park Hills Lions Club; The Omega Club; Belgrade State Bank; CZ Boyer & Son Funeral Homes; Santa & Mrs. Claus; Our Chamber Board Members, Ambassadors and Volunteers; Our Judges; The Daily Journal; KFMO/ B104 Radio; KREI/ KTJJ Radio; Each and every group that entered the parade and those who took the time to help decorate those entries; And finally, The many, many spectators who came out to celebrate the tree lighting's, watch the parade and visit with Santa. I hope I've not left anyone out, and if I have, please forgive me an .. ...
Today's Bonus: included FREE with purchase are the Quick Start Guide, Daily Journal and 7-Day Implementation Protocol_Are you feeling angry, upset, fearful or sad about your weight... how about jealous or envious? Good! Fantastic! Maybe you've reached the...
Breaking news at lots popping today. (@ The Daily News Journal)
The Daily Startup: Acquia Funded for Expansion of Content-Management ... - Wall Street Journal (blog)
MT Team Works on My Box from Geocent wins the CDCA Code-A-Thon with its Team Locator app at Check Daily Journal for more.
The Daily Pow, November 29, 2012: Winner of the Rochambeau or sacrificial crash test dummy? So...
Daily Pow: Nothing carves a smile like a snowboard. Dropping in on Shuksan Arm.
Good news or bad news: Law school enrollment continues it's decline (via
Here's a San Mateo Daily Journal story about our new president, Larry Buckley, who starts Jan. 1.
The Marietta Daily Journal supports the decision of to decline a state exchange under Obamacare.
Genomics: Decoding our daily bread - Wheat decoded (
Law school enrollment continues its decline
"If the test of a nation is how it treats children, meanness in design doesn’t bode well" | Architects Journal:
Daily Journal - Editorial: Innovative class provides real-world experiences
I will do administration and keyword diversity five pr2 - pr5 journal comments daily for $6 via
Architects could teach the government a thing or two about school design | Opinion | Architects Journal
First black woman to serve on N.C. Supreme Court leaving next month - Winston-Salem Journal -
Karma Yoga Turned Bad. | elephant journal: I have been practicing yoga for nearly two decades(daily for almost o...
New Shoes For Christmas gives back to community - Richmond County Daily Journal:
I just cherish them the pins and the notebook/journal I wear the faithpin daily
This deer season one of the safest – Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Twin Cities Daily PlanetThis deer season one of...
to a degree yes I can! I was in the military, and for the best part I kept a daily journal of my time there. 1/2
Georgia House Speaker David Ralston says he faces a $300 million deficit as he ... - Marietta Daily Journal
Fundraising events set for husband, wife injured in accident - Marietta Daily Journal
Australian Dollar Tad up Late, Capex Data Unlikely to Change Views - Wall Street Journal -
We are committed to helping horses, humans and mother earth. Please join us. In these challenging economic times there are many different ways you can help make a difference for our communties horses in need.
Sign and view the Guest Book, leave condolences or send flowers. | Doris M. Champion, 81, of Vineland passed away on Wednesday Nov. 21, 2012, at her home, surrounded by her loving family. Doris was born in Philadelphia to the late Charles and Regina (O'Brien)
There is a need for all people, not just architects and those they work with, to understand how profoundly architecture affects our lives. Architecture reflects and supports the cultures it serves, and helps us evolve as humans by shaping our capabilities and connecting us to new and better ideas.
Boston Marathon Margaret Thatcher North Korea President Obama New Zealand St Paul Iron Lady Manchester United Jennifer Aniston Long Island El Pais President Barack Obama Pervez Musharraf New York Star Wars Wall Street White House American Airlines West Ham Amanda Bynes Black Caviar Premier League Mad Men Anne Williams Google Fiber George Beverly Shea Lady Thatcher Daily News American Voices Pat Summerall Barack Obama Al Qaeda South Korea Carmelo Anthony Christine Lagarde Catherine Tyldesley Village Underground Justice Scalia Real Madrid Jessica Ennis George Osborne New York City Supreme Court Kanye West London Marathon Adam Scott Usain Bolt Glen Cove Xavi Hernandez Sharon Osbourne Finest Hour Sandy Hook Los Angeles Family Guy Change My Mind Andy Carroll Des Plaines State John Kerry Bradley Cooper South Africa Oklahoma City Public Enemy Wood Green Red Sox Man Utd Jonathan Papelbon Stephen Curry Los Angeles Lakers Chevy Cruze Dickie Bird Cardiff City Network Rail Woodford Green Royal Caribbean Time Inc Patton Oswalt Kevin Durant Justin Bieber West Virginia Spoiler Alert Miranda Kerr Boston Bruins Katherine Webb Stephen Hawking Hugh Jackman Miley Cyrus Kevin Maguire Kim Kardashian Brian Reade Jonah Hill Nicolas Maduro Brian Eno Steven Finn Second Amendment Craig Bellamy Patti Davis Years Ago New Hampshire National Rifle Association Ray Cyrus