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Volume 19, Number 10 Still Got It Out with the old and in with the new. Just when you thought a changing of the Indiana sprint car guard had all but occurred, a pair of grizzled veterans managed to lay that theory to waste.
As an ardent viewer of assorted television sitcoms in my most influential years, Happy Days was one such program I enjoyed watching with any one of my seven siblings.
“Hopefully, you will never have to see him again,” Rodgers told Finis Smith’s family and friends. gathered at a sentencing hearing on Thursday as the defendant, Roberto Ortiz-Morales, was given a 10-year-prison sentence after pleading guilty on Friday to a charge of intoxication manslaughter.
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“Even if it seems really, really challenging and hard to get through, stay with it.” When Huey-You started at TCU, he told people classes were easy, but as is the case with many college students, his perspective soon changed.
“I’ve had to deal with some really hard classes,” said Huey-You, who jokingly tells family and friends not to remind him how easy he expected school to be.
The physics major is among 2,010 students who received their undergraduate, graduate or doctorate degree from Chancellor Victor J. Moore, who will receive a bachelor’s degree in economics, as well as three Fulbright Scholars and 10 students with 4.0 grade-point averages.
Huey-You accepts the spotlight with a grin and a shrug.
Darland's victory was especially noteworthy as this was the 30th Putnamville Clash, a race he won all the way back in 1987 when it was known as the Wabash Clash.
That contest paid the same ,000 to win in '87 as it did in '17, and both editions involved interesting back stories.
A judge sentenced a man who pleaded guilty to driving drunk and causing a wreck that killed a beloved local gospel musician to 10 years in prison Thursday. Derrick Smith said during his victim’s impact statement that he forgave Ortiz-Morales.