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Finding a fresh perspective with life coaches
During the last couple decades, people have been turning to life coaches to help them define their goals and achieve them, whether in their personal lives or careers. "Coaching looks at what you want and how to create that," Danville life coach Mai Vu said. Friday, 2:32 PM

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A Most Violent Year
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A Most Violent Year "We Set the Standard" goes the motto of Standard Heating Oil, the fictional small business at the center of urban drama "A Most Violent Year." The motto slyly announces the allegory writer-director J.C. Chandor is after, but could just as well descri...... Read the full review

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"Mustang Blaze win Tournament"
The Mustang Blaze won 3-2 in OT to win the U11 Division of the Dublin Shamrock Tournament. Players: Katherine Gillen, Izzi Strand, Lindsay Mescall, Brooke Balthasar, Katie Peruzzaro, Caroline Chu, Audrey Biekert, Kylie Kumnick, Samantha Berry, Tatum Geist, Kylie Yarwood, Peyton Delaney. Coaches: Pat Berry and Scott Kumnick Submitted by Marta Gillen on Aug 16, 2012

 

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