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September 20Word of the Day, This Day in History, Number to Know, Website of the Day, Todayís Featured Birthday and Daily Quote.Word of the Dayquixotic \ kwik-SOT-ik \ adjective; Foolishly impractical; also, capricious, impulsive. ó Dictionary.comThis Day in HistorySept. 20, 1973: In a widely hyped and nationally televised match held in the Astrodome in Houston, Texas, female tennis player Billie Jean King defeats male player Bobby Riggs, 6-4, 6-3, 6-3.Number to Know

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Thad Hildreth helped build the tractor that a Texas student restored.

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A bright yellow tractor sits on a Texas farm looking much like it did when it rolled out of the Schafer Plow Inc. facility in Pratt back in 1962.

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In recent weeks, the biggest news from the National Football League isn’t who is playing whom, scores or yards gained or lost. Instead, news media are focusing on who is ineligible to play because of charges or convictions of...

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Dr. Amy Hillard and Mr. Kirk Kopper, both of Adrian, Michigan were married May 26, 2014 at Christ the King Church in Bentonville, Arkansas. The newlyweds honeymooned in Arkansas and reside in Adrian, Michigan.

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The Chamber of Commerce Old Fashioned Christmas event that is the typical beginning for the holiday season in Pratt has a new name and a new venue.

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Anyone who doubted that Skyline football is for real this year should now be convinced otherwise. The Thunderbirds moved to 3-0 on Friday with an impressive 52-34 road win over always-tough Pretty Prairie.

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It was a knock down, drag out, physical battle between Hoisington (1-1) and Pratt High Friday night. The Cardinals got the better of it on their Homecoming Night, defeating the Greenbacks 21-7.

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A man jumped over the fence of the White House on Friday and made it into the presidential residence before officers managed to apprehend him, the U.S. Secret Service said. President Barack Obama and his family were not at home at the time.

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Paul Harvey used to say that kids say the darndest things. Well, that was a long time ago and those kids are all grown up now. Apparently, most of them became attorneys.

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