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The Times-News is a US daily newspaper serving the Twin Falls, Idaho, area.
The Times-News is a daily newspaper based in Burlington, North Carolina formed in 1931 by the merger of the Burlington Daily Times and The Burlington News.
The Times-News is the daily newspaper for Hendersonville, North Carolina, and its surrounding area. It has served Henderson, Transylvania and Polk counties in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Western North Carolina since 1927. The Hendersonville Times began in 1881 and the Hendersonville News in 1894.
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The Gloucester County Times (GCT) was a daily newspaper in Woodbury, New Jersey, United States. It was founded in 1897 and ceased publication in 2012, when it merged with its sister papers Today's Sunbeam and The News of Cumberland County to form the South Jersey Times.
The Kingsport Times News is a daily broadsheet newspaper published in Kingsport, Tennessee and distributed in six counties in Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia.
Septimus Edward Norris was an American film actor.
Halifax Media Group is a U.S. newspaper company owning more than 30 newspapers in five Southeastern U.S. States. It was founded on March 31, 2010 when a group of investors purchased The Daytona Beach News-Journal from the Davidson family, who had owned it for 82 years. On December 27, 2011, The New York Times Company announced it was selling its Regional Media Group to Halifax Media Group. On June 1, 2012, Halifax announced it was acquiring the Florida and North Carolina papers of Freedom Communications. In 2013, Halifax acquired three newspapers from HarborPoint Media: the Daily Commercial of Leesburg, Florida, the South Lake Press in Clermont, Florida and News-Sun of Sebring, Florida. In 2014, Halifax acquired the Telegram & Gazette of Worcester, Massachusetts. In November 2014, New Media Investment Group announced its acquisition of Halifax. The company was created with the assistance of Stephens Inc.
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The Smoky Mountain Conference – officially the Smoky Mountain Athletic Conference – was an intercollegiate athletic conference that existed from December 1926 to October 1966. Most teams in the league were located in Tennessee, and there were at times teams from Virginia and North Carolina. The first commissioner of the league was W. O. "Chink" Lowe, who had played college football for the Tennessee Volunteers; he served as commissioner until September 1941.
The 1966 NCAA College Division football rankings are from the United Press International poll of College Division head coaches and from the Associated Press. The 1966 NCAA College Division football season was the ninth year UPI published a Coaches Poll in what was termed the "Small College" division. It was the seventh year for the AP version of the poll.