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FROSTBURG, Md. — At the 137th commencement ceremonies at Frostburg State University in December, the following area residents were among the nearly 400 total candidates for degrees: Jared Acre of Smithsburg, bachelor of science in business...
A three-vehicle accident Thursday afternoon caused two Maryland drivers to be sent to area hospitals. According to Anne Arundel County police, officers responded around 4:09 p.m. to a report of an accident on Route 100 eastbound and Magothy Bridge Road...
For CatchItKansas.comCheck out the action on the links from the last couple of weeks. Bluestem Invitational Dom Lara scored a 35 on the front nine, and repeated it on the back nine to place first in the Individual honors, helping to lead Circle to a Second place performance....
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Prep Editor, Wichita Collegiate SchoolThere was not a dull moment in Tuesday night's game between the Collegiate and Circle boys’ basketball teams. The game, at Collegiate, started off badly for the Spartans. In the first quarter the T-Birds were able to gain a 10-point lead at 15-5....
For CatchItKansas.comCheck out how area boys golf teams fared during May 9-15, the final week of the regular season. Greater Wichita Athletic League Kapaun Mount Carmel swept the top-three individual spots in winning the fifth and final league match. Jack Cantele was the...
Sun StaffIf putting WorldCom Inc.'s head honcho Bernard J. Ebbers in prison for perhaps the rest of his life sends a message to Corporate America to clean up its act, legal experts say the lighter sentence handed down yesterday to his right-hand man, Scott...
Associated PressNEW YORK - A federal judge gave her blessing yesterday to a deal in which former WorldCom finance chief Scott Sullivan will forfeit his ornate $11 million Florida mansion and his retirement account to settle with investors who lost billions when the...
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From Wire ReportsNEW YORK - A federal judge has denied a bid by former WorldCom CEO Bernard L. Ebbers for a new trial, paving the way for him to be sentenced today in the record $11 billion fraud. Ebbers had argued that the judge or prosecutors should have granted...
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Martha Stewart, who built a media and consumer goods empire that brought gracious living into everyday Americans' homes, faces prison after her conviction Friday on four felony counts related to a questionable stock sale. Stewart's former stockbroker and...
Tribune staff reporterYes, the White Sox are alone atop the American League Central. But manager Jerry Manuel is not about to throw a party. "We still have a long ways to go," he said after watching his team's 7-3 victory over Texas on Thursday night. "We have men, good men....
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From Staff And Wire ReportsWorldCom Inc. teetered yesterday toward what would be the largest bankruptcy in U.S. history after shocking Wall Street -- and the White House -- with yet another corporate scandal: $3.8 billion in expenses hidden from investors. U.S. stocks plunged --...
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