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5/22/2018 11:47:34 PM
The Rochelle elementary board met in special session this evening as the discussion centered around shared services of a central office with the Rochelle Township High School District. The proposal would begin for the 2018-19 school year. The plan would have 1 superintendent and an assistant superintendent that would handle the day to day operations of both school districts. RTHS Superintendent ...read more

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Three former Houston Texans cheerleaders filed a federal lawsuit this week against the NFL team’s cheerleading director, alleging various violations and abuse, reports said.
During a meeting on Tuesday, NFL owners reportedly discussed the idea of instituting a 15-yard penalty for teams who decided to kneel during the national anthem, following a series of protests in past seasons.
U.S. women’s soccer legend Brandi Chastain was inducted into the Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame Monday night and her likeness embedded into her plaque was a bust.
A Houston Astros broadcaster apologized Saturday after making an indelicate reference to slavery while he was calling the game against the Cleveland Indians.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic is one of the most polarizing players in Major League Soccer, but couldn’t get his latest antics passed a referee Monday during his match against the Montreal Impact.
The WNBA slammed the Trump administration Friday after the White House announced plans to resurrect a rule banning federally funded family planning clinics from discussing abortion with patients.

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National Park Service rangers say this is the first death on the famed cabled path since 2010
The water park company that owns Schlitterbahn criticized the audit
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