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  • Where are Southern Lehigh athletes going?

     
    Southern Lehigh will have a big college announcement ceremony this coming Wednesday. It has been a great year across the board for Spartans athletes. Here's the list of those who will be honored this coming week: Chelsea Rivenbark – Cross Country &#...
  • FAA congressional shut down will costs U.S. $1 billion

     
    By Mark Matthews, Washington Bureau WASHINGTON — The Federal Aviation Administration could lose as much as $1 billion in tax revenue after Congress failed Tuesday to settle a fight over $16 million in subsidies for rural airports. The impasse left...
  • Florida Tech, Embry-Riddle grads earn highest salaries in Florida

     
    Graduates of Florida Institute of Technology and Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University earn higher salaries than graduates of other Florida universities, according to a recent report from PayScale.com. PayScale.com is a Seattle-based group that analyzes...
  • Adams, Brown, Mica, Nugent, Posey, Webster – What have they done?

     
    Sunday's column focused on all six of Central Florida's Congressional reps in the U.S. House. My question for them: ”What have you accomplished this year?” No what you wanted to accomplished, wished you'd accomplished or tried to accomplish....
  • Report: Female students help recruit women to Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

     
    Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University has a goal of boosting its female enrollment to 25 percent by 2017 — with the help of female students who are helping recruit women through a new Women's Ambassador Program at the private school's campuses in...
  • High school tennis coaches serve up all star tournament

     
    The Florida High School Tennis Coaches Association will host an inaugural All Star Tennis Tournament involving current seniors on May 5-6 at Embry-Riddle University of Daytona Beach. There will be teams from eight regions in the state, each with four boys...
  • New boys hoops coach are Mike Botkin at Life, Kyle Lefebvre at Atlantic

     
    Mike Botkin is new boys basketball coach for Life Christian of Kissimmee. He was an assistant for Poinciana last season. Former Life Christian coach Kevin Horsford, still the school’s athletic director, reduced his workload as he pursues a master&#...
  • 12/13: Progressions

    Boards of Directors The Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology has appointed Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University security expert James Ramsay to its board of directors. Education Aaron Knowles has been appointed campus director of the...
  • O'Hare runway construction: Flying into a danger zone

    O'Hare runway construction: Flying into a danger zone
    The almost-completed first phase of O'Hare International Airport's expansion had close calls that could have resulted in fatal airplane crashes, according to a Tribune investigation of incidents filed with the Federal Aviation Administration. As the...
  • Don't underestimate the speed of sorghum

    Don't underestimate the speed of sorghum
    COSTA MESA — Never underestimate the speed of light — or the properties of grass and vegetables. A biofuel made from sorghum and sugar beets helped propel Orange Coast College aviation instructor Richard "Smokey" Young, 50, of Chino Hills,...
  • Casey flying with Eagles

    Casey flying with Eagles
    GLENDALE — Understandably, Chris Casey becomes flooded with fond memories when talking about his son Danny's baseball career. Chris has coached Danny through just about every level at which he has played the game — from Little League to...
  • Buffalo Crash Pilot Allegedly Failed Several Test Flights

    Buffalo Crash Pilot Allegedly Failed Several Test Flights
    WASHINGTON- Pilot training and fatigue are expected to be the focus of an unusual public hearing on Tuesday into safety issues raised by the February crash of an airliner near Buffalo, N.Y., that killed 50 people. The National Transportation Safety...