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Today's Highlight in History: On Oct. 2, 1944, German troops crushed the two-month-old Warsaw Uprising, during which a quarter of a million people were
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Mayor Harold Perrin looks over the layout of a potential community center that could be built on about 8 acres at 1504 E. Johnson Ave. Wednesday. The community lifestyle center would provide job training services, a meeting place and 24-hour day care center for residents of North Jonesboro, if funding can be obtained.
By Keith Inman, Sun Staff Writer, firstname.lastname@example.org
JONESBORO — Land at 1504 E. Johnson Ave., originally intended for a new police station, could be used for a broader purpose, Mayor Harold Perrin said Wednesday.
The city recently opened a new
Louisiana-Monroe quarterback Pete Thomas passes under pressure during the Warhawks Sept. 13 game at LSU.
By Matthew V. Roberson, Sun sports writer
JONESBORO — It's been four years since someone other than Kolton Browning was the starting quarterback at Louisiana-Monroe.
This season, the Warhawks are adapting to life without Browning and so far it's. . . more »
What quarterback got stuck with the given names Yelberton Abraham?
Answer: Y.A. Tittle.
Who holds the record for most career fumbles?
Answer: Warren Moon 161 fumbles (1984-2000)
What was the name of the Philadelphia 76ers before they came to Philadelphia?
Answer: Syracuse Nationals
What Native American language was Super Bowl XXX the first to be broadcast in?
Who was the first athlete to rap at a Pro Bowl musical gala, in 1995?
Answer: Deion Sanders.
What is the standard width between goal posts?
Answer: 18 feet 6 inches
Which college team holds the most National Championships records?
Answer: University of Alabama has 14 and Notre Dame has 13.
Who was tennis star Monica Seles playing in the 1993 Citizen's Cup Tournament in Hamburg, Germany, when she was stabbed in the back by a spectator?
Answer: Magdalena Maleeva.
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Escaped inmate's trial set
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U.S. student rallies support for protesters in Hong Kong
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Wynne school fight leads to extra security
Area jobs picture keeps improving
A-State Faculty Senate weighs vaping, class size
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