Boys Town graduate Teddy Allen has received his release to transfer from West Virginia.Allen announced Thursday it was in his "best interest" to leave the Mountaineers after one season. He played in 35 of 37 games as a true freshman, coming off the bench to average 7.0 points and 2.7 rebounds per game. West Virginia reached the Sweet 16 last season before falling to national champion Villanova. He scored at least eight points in all three NCAA tournament games, including 10 points against the Wildcats.Allen made The World-Herald's All-Nebraska team as a senior in 2017 after averaging 31.6 points and 13.0 rebounds for Boys Town. He was also the Gatorade player of the year. Close 1 of 14 From left: Shereef Mitchell, Omaha Burke; Payton Brotzki, Platteview; Kanon Koster, Kearney; McKenna Sims, South Sioux City; Brady Heiman, Platteview; Dariauna Lewis, Omaha North; Akol Arop, Omaha Creighton Prep; Brooke Carlson, Elkhorn; Sam Griesel, Lincoln East; and Quinn Weidemann, … [Read more...] about Boys Town grad Teddy Allen decides to transfer after one season at West Virginia
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A disagreement at a West St. Paul City Council meeting this week may have prompted a prankster to put a box of tissues and a box of tampons outside the mayor’s home. West St. Paul Mayor Jenny Halverson said Wednesday in a Facebook post that someone placed the items outside her home, as well as at the home of resident Samantha Green, “under the cover of night.” She included pictures of the items, which had bows on them. “We will not be intimidated,” she wrote in her post. At Monday night’s council meeting, Halverson recommended that Green and two other women be appointed to the city’s planning commission. After the appointment of Green failed on a 4-2 vote, Halverson said, “This will not be forgotten, folks.” Earlier in the meeting, Halverson announced that she would not seek re-election this fall and called upon “all the women in West St. Paul to step up this year” and run for local office. “For the last six years … [Read more...] about Tampons, tissues placed at home of West St. Paul mayor
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Philip Bump, The Washington Post Published 12:53 pm PDT, Thursday, October 18, 2018 NEW YORK - News that residents at 200 Riverside Boulevard had voted to remove the the words "TRUMP PLACE" from their building on Manhattan's Upper West Side prompted Greg Schlotthauer, 51, to hop on his bike, don his anti-Trump button and head up to the scene to watch the action unfold. He arrived before the bucket truck that would carry out the task. In the cold, whipping wind, he and other spectators watched as the crews got to work. "Yay!" Schlotthauer hollered as they pulled one of the letters of Trump's last name off of the building. "Thank you!" Given the strength of the wind, it's unlikely the workers heard Schlotthauer's cheers. The scene unfolding was the culmination of a legal battle between the Trump Organization and the condo board of 200 Riverside Boulevard, which earlier this year asked a New York judge to determine if it had the right to remove its own signs. The judge … [Read more...] about Onlookers cheer as ‘Trump Place’ is pried from condo building