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Obesity fight enlists unlikely new weapon: a video game
Chemical agency worker tops class
As Marriotts Ridge struggles through its first season of varsity ball, the coach and the players are looking for improvement every week
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Navy gives ex-admiral dean's post WVU aide pioneered development of stealth technology; 'Not just the military'; Miller promises to mend ties with civilian faculty
Once-booming W.Va. towns cope with loss of industry State attracts retirees, but young people are leaving for better jobs
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THE MYSTIQUE OF A NEW SCHOOL Education: It's a blank slate for students, teachers and even the building at Long Reach High in Columbia, where every achievement will be a first.
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A fixture at Glenelg is retiring Dedication: After 36 years, the man who uses a microphone to talk molecules to students is calling it quits.
They're killing culture for a meaningless test
Cornwall, Carlson advance to finals Top seeds waste no time breezing to 6-0, 6-0 wins
SHY AWAY Unabashedly bashful: Researchers are discovering that some people are shy from birth while others just feel shy in certain circumstances.
Ensign makes the grade at Navy school
Picking a college president can be a challenging task Timing, ego, chance tend to drive process that's often political
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Atholton musicians net 21 awards at S.C. festival
Bel Air student requests open hearing to discuss his suspension
Dunbar's other two go own ways after JuCo run
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