When the outback is your classroom, who needs a phone signal?

Children across South Australia are venturing into the bush to connect with land and Aboriginal culture as part of an ongoing program that turns the outback into a classroom. Kids on Country, run by the Nature Foundation SA, takes students to Hiltaba or Witchelina nature reserves for week of culturally appropriate conservation activities and hands-on learning with Aboriginal elders, Indigenous rangers and science educators.

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F.A.N. to host Spirit of Sport banquet

The Madera F.A.N. will host its annual Spirit of Sport banquet to honor middle school and high school student/athletes Monday at Madera South High School, beginning at 5 p.m. Both Madera and Madera South high school will honor a coach with a Most Inspirational Coach award. The Madera F.A.N. will honor a student from each high school with the Kenny Taylor Athlete of Integrity Award.

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Something else to think (argue/ hit our heads against the wall) over! The 42nd pick.

Like I’m sure many of you are, I am a bit sick of the front office/ coaching search, the debates and the takes that it has created. Casey? Beilien ? Kidd ? SHEED? Kenny The Jet Smith ? How long until we interview Charles Barkely? Ernie Johnson? One of the aliens from Space Jam? Wait who coached the aliens in Space Jam? Why would he hire Stefanski?? Gores is the worst owner! Gores is a pretty sensible owner! Some people really, REALLY do not like Reggie Jackson .

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Bill Anderson Peels Off A Songwriters Hall Of Fame Membership, 60 Years In

When the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame dedicated its physical space at the Music City Center in May five years ago, several inductees played a song or two to commemorate the occasion. Don Schlitz delivered his literary signature “The Gambler,” Thom Schuyler sang the unofficial songwriters anthem “16th Avenue,” and Bill Anderson whipped out an obscure 1962 ditty.

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Charles Barkley: ‘Take your hat off to the Rockets’

When former Rockets Charles Barkley and Kenny Smith are holding live microphones, the game isn’t always the thing. Sometimes, it’s the pregame, halftime or postgame that steals the show. Accordingly, here are selected postgame quotes from Chuckster …

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