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1 Cougars, Lady Cougars top Vian | Sports | tahlequahdailypress.com
2 Cougars, Lady Cougars move to title games | Sports
3 Jonathan Morgan, 35
4 On the Beat: The Struggle Within
5 Keys comes out on top in closely contested games at Oktaha
6 Deborah Ann Barnes
7 Football Roundtable: Looking Back While Looking Ahead
8 Eclipse Metals (ASX:EPM) makes a play for 120-year-old Greenland mine
9 FaithSearch Partners Names Leader of its Mission Enterprise Service Line
10 The Game Plan: Can Carolina Pull Off Orange Bowl Upset?
11 A Greensboro city park tops a toxic landfill
12 Dan Urias Joins Lockton to Expand its Business in Southern California
13 Greg Hansen: Wildcats have shown they can smother opponents; new addition could help them shoot
14 On the Beat Podcast: The Opt Out Shuffle
15 Greg Price steps down as football coach at Bishop Lynch; Brandon Moats named interim coach
16 Dodgers: How Far Apart are Team and Walker Buehler, Austin Barnes in Arbitration?
17 Special Podcast: Bowling For Oranges
18 Julian Assange legal advisor spruiks extradition denial as 'an important victory'
19 Lockton Pacific names new VP | Insurance Business
20 Three UNC players to opt out of Orange Bowl with Texas A&M
21 No lottery in Alabama means many are going to Tennessee for their chance at winning big
22 Australian state is planning to raise the legal smoking age from 18 to 21
23 Warren Gerds/Critic at Large: Door County theater’s online history series filled with personality
24 Comfort over style for coaches is college basketball trend
25 Black Dog's Greg Barnes Directs EELS' "Are We Alright Again" Music Video Featuring Jon Hamm
26 Worcester County real estate transfers
27 Moving on up: Texas now ranked among the top 10 while Greg Brown wins Big 12 award
28 Otters are thriving. That's great for all of us.
29 Greg Long | Purdue football | returning 2021
30 Comfort over style is the new fashion trend among basketball coaches in America
31 Attorney general investigating industries that pollute NC's waterways with PFAS
32 How Rocky Barnes laid the groundwork for Instagram influencers while avoiding 'stupid' drama
33 Warren Gerds/Critic at Large: Pandemic pause allows famed Door County theater to tell its story, Part 1
34 Inside Carolina's Greg Barnes Releases His 2020 All-ACC Ballot
35 Lockton Pacific Promotes Hostovich and Barnes in California
36 Rams' 32-18 playoff loss to the Packers by the numbers
37 Sandra K. Beckman | Riverbend Obituaries | advantagenews.com
38 Fence to come down on forsaken golf course
39 College basketball scores, winners and losers: Top-15 teams tumble; Clemson loses in ugly fashion to Virginia
40 Task force: Offer discounted clean water for poor residents
41 Mr. James C. “Pop” Looney
42 Sunday's scoreboard | Sports | lmtribune.com
43 Harold "Pete" Godtland, 95
44 Meat processing plant COVID outbreaks grow
45 Obituaries 1/14/21
46 COVID-19: Poultry companies sell chicken cheap
47 NC domestic violence shelters awaiting a surge
48 Keys returns experienced group in 2020-21 | Sports
49 NC State prof.: air quality standards should change
50 Duke study: Some masks better than others
51 ISU hopes it can calibrate its offense to be more effective
52 Research suggests link between PFAS pollution, COVID
53 Daniel Avery soundtracks new short film | shots
54 Military leaders at Fort Bragg prepare for coronavirus, restrict travel
55 Convicted Bank Robber Gets 92 Months In Jail, Must Repay $42K
56 Dodgers: Justin Turner Takes Some Swings at a Local Practice Facility
57 GETTING PHYSICAL: Riders out-physical No. 13 Keys in Thursday night upset
58 Fighting PFAS will take more than standards
59 Tyler Coyle | Purdue football | leaving
60 PFAS fill Yadkin-Pee Dee River food chain
61 Tributes flow for champion cyclist Greg Barnes
62 Watauga, Avery Obituaries – January 12, 2021
63 Lawmakers want tougher rules on PFAS
64 What could happen in NC if the pandemic and a major hurricane collide?
65 JD Dellinger | Purdue Football
66 Longtime WTVD reporter and bureau chief retires after 35 years with the station
67 New CFO for Coca-Cola Amatil
68 Shaka Smart and why it pays to have patience with college basketball coaches
69 Cincinnati Country Day suffers first defeat at hands of rival Summit Country Day
70 High PFAS in Pittsboro residents' blood
71 Local News: NPD awarded by state highway safety office (1/15/21)
72 9 People on the Move
73 Court rejects Smithfield’s arguments, giving low-income neighbors of hog farms hope
74 Coming to a Charlotte billboard near you: ArtPop announces its class of 2021
75 Weathering a pandemic and a hurricane
76 Notre Dame Opponent Insider: North Carolina Tar Heels
77 State of the Position: Quarterbacks & Running Backs
78 COVID-19NC: Coronavirus Rampage In NC Veterans Homes
79 Ticks continue creeping southward in North Carolina
80 Around the grounds | Bowls, golf and bridge
81 Eels Recruit Actor Jon Hamm for ‘Are We Alright Again’ Video
82 'Forever chemicals' found near new homes
83 Testing for lead in children declines in NC during coronavirus pandemic
84 Locals foot bill for industrial contamination
85 NC's largest counties consider shelter in place orders
86 NC getting tough on PFAS polluters, researchers say more action needed
87 Report offers dire warning for North Carolina due to climate change
88 Keys new head basketball coach Greg Barnes has a championship mindset
89 Studies show North Carolina’s river otters are thriving. Here's why that’s good news for all of us.
90 Blowout Profits Seen Boosting Miners Trading at Multi-Year Highs
91 The Game Plan: Matching Intensity and Physicality
92 Clinical trials for COVID vaccine progressing in NC
93 Will people use new NC contact tracing app?
94 Observers Greg Barnes is News Writer of the Year
95 Coronavirus invading NC meat processing plants
96 Duke researchers hope a better toilet saves lives
97 Saying goodbye to Fayetteville reporter Greg Barnes
98 On the Line: Greg Williams and Jamie Barnes of What The Fries
99 Wastewater may be next COVID-19 alarm
100 Dartmouth 'zombie' house a nightmare for years for its neighborhood