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Riley Arnold, No. 33, tackles an opponent during a Junior Pee Wee football game at the Wheatland High School football field. Riley is a fourth grader from Lone Tree Elementary School and is the only girl on the Pirates Junior Pee Wee football team. (Courtesy photo)
9-year-old plays with the 'big boys'
One nine-year-old girl from the Beale community is blazing new ground in a game that was once for "boys only." Riley Arnold, a fourth grader at Lone Tree Elementary School, plays football with the Wheatland Pirates Junior Pee Wee team. She's the only girl on the team, but that doesn't stop her from doing what she loves. "It's pretty cool to be the
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The enlisted uniforms of 1st Lt. Dawn Clifton lie in mud and trash in front of the Cliftons' home in Ocean Springs, Miss., after Hurricane Katrina. Lieutenant Clifton, who is prior enlisted, was stationed at Keesler Air Force Base, Miss., when the hurricane devastated the Gulf Coast in August 2005. (U.S. Air Force photo) 
Airman attempts to rebuild lives after Hurricane Katrina
The eye of a storm is a quiet, calm place. Sunlight flickers in the rain drops collected on blades of grass. Branches gently sway in a light breeze. In an instant, chaos returns and the storm rages on again.The year since Hurricane Katrina hit has been a personal storm for thousands of people filled with times of peace and times of chaos. After the
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Default Air Force Logo There’s always a better way
The Airman had $600 left until payday, which was fine -- until her car broke down, and with it, a $1,000 repair bill.Two “friends” offered to help her out. The first offered an interest-free loan of $500. The second offered a $500 loan for a $75 fee, and said if the Airman couldn’t pay the money back in two weeks, additional fees would be
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