Rebecca Benedict in Alberta got a phone call from her sisters in Nova Scotia saying everybody was looking for her. The portrait on the left slipped out from behind a photo of a ship when Port Wade’s Paul Sarty accidently dropped the frame on the floor last week. His daughter in law Kristen Prouse of Waterville, Kings County, posted on Facebook and started a search for the ‘mystery woman.’ The Annapolis County Spectator did a story and it was seen by Benedict’s family in Nova Scotia.

The No. 27 point guard in the 2016 class by ESPN, Doyle averaged 13.8 points, 5.2 assists, 4.8 rebounds and 2.8 steals per game while leading Benet Academy to a 34 3 record and its first ever Illinois Class 4A state championship in 2015, while playing for first year Coach Joe Kilbride. Doyle, who was named the MVP of the state championship game win over Fremd after scoring 18 points, also helped Benet to a final No.

Actress Maggie Smith is 83. Saxophonist Charles Neville of the Neville Brothers is 79. Singer keyboardist Edgar Winter is 71. “This decade has proven there are periods when you wished you were somewhere else, but there have also been times when it has been El Nio and you’re, like, bring it on,” he said. “The variability has increased but the overall trend has been for warmer. Doesn’t mean we can’t have a return to the winter of our youth but it’s something that’s becoming less so and there’s less of a possibility of it happening.

Now, at the age of 25, I look at girls much younger than me downtown who are wasted beyond the point of being responsive. Rape is wrong, and taking advantage of these girls is wrong, but sadly there are people out there that will do it. And I believe that many of these girls wouldn become victims if they just stuck to a couple casual drinks instead of the full bottle.

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