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NSU soccer moms take the field

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NSU went 5-28 from 2008-10. Another great stat for NSU is the Wolves have blocked nine kicks in the past 15 games. Jacobson then ran in the two-point conversion to give NSU a 22-21 win. Oct. 5: Moorhead defeated NSU 47-46 in a game with seven lead changes. NSU senior Mason Thorstad blocked the point-after-TD kick.

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Campaign dominoes: Waiting for Sen. Wolf

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That was never the idea,” Peake said in a recent interview. “I think everything is up in the air now, and we’re all sort of in a holding pattern. Robert O’Leary, now helps manage Cape Codder Guests, a guesthouse on Commercial Street in Provincetown. It’s not really in my hands,” Mayo said. “If the seat became available, I’d strongly consider it, and I think I’d have a decent chance at winning that seat.

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French Creek conservancy acquires more land

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…and Lamberton roads, and manage the timberland for a sustained quality yield, officials said. The area includes part of Wolf Run, which flows into Sugar Creek and eventually French Creek. The 117-mile French Creek is an ecologically important waterway, with more species of fish and freshwater mussels than similar-sized streams in the state, conservancy officials said. A section of Wolf Run on the parcels will remain open for fishing, said Tim Hecei, conservancy project manager.

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Farmers urged to help preserve prairie chicken

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…the states that have lesser prairie chicken populations to preserve populations of the bird in a way that meets the needs of business, industry and agriculture without the severe restrictions of federal Endangered Species Act regulations, he said. The five states are New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas and Colorado. Lane said that populations of the lesser prairie chicken rise and fall dramatically with changes in climate. In a drought year, he said, the prairie chicken…

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