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LANSING | While Chicago Agricultural Science possesses the Cyclones nickname, it was T.F. South senior guard Ninah Bertrand who initiated a powerful storm on Friday night.
RICHTON PARK | For many people, the week following Christmas is dedicated to relaxing at home or traveling to local stores in search of post-holiday discounts.
Ten years ago the Iraq War began. The average price of gasoline was $1.40 per gallon and there was no LeBron James around to prevent the San Antonio Spurs from capturing their second NBA title in five seasons.
In the 1960s TV sitcom, "Get Smart," secret agent Maxwell Smart would utter his now-famous catchphrase, "Missed it by that much," whenever he came up shy on some job-related task.
LANSING | With age comes wisdom, but that doesn't mean youth can't come out on top.
LANSING | Santa Claus came a day late to the T.F. South girls basketball team, but the gift the Lady Rebels received was well worth the wait.
Everybody deserves a second chance.
The phrase "one-trick pony" is often used to refer to someone who is proficient in just a single area or has had only limited success.
In the popular 1970s sitcom, "Happy Days," Arthur Fonzarelli often had his signature catchphrase, "Hey!" at his disposal.
It has been said that those who make a good first impression are often successful in their endeavors.
LANSING | The mere thought of undertaking a task that requires moving long distances fatigues many people.
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