Wednesday, November 9, 2011

WYDaily Morning News - Your Morning News for November 9, 2011


Wednesday, 09 November 2011

Live radio show tonight - Head over to Buffalo Wild Wings in New Town this evening for a live radio broadcast, the inside scoop on Tribe football and great door prizes. All are invited to the Chesapeake Bank Jimmye Laycock Show, featuring the Tribe head coach along with broadcaster Jay Colley, who will talk about last week's road game at Rhode Island and this week's contest at home against Old Dominion University. The fun begins at 6:30 p.m., including music from 92.3FM The Tide and door prizes from local businesses, including free rounds of golf from Williamsburg National, car washes from Buggy Bathe, tickets to the Virginia Symphony and a one-month membership to Iron-Bound Gym. Bring the kids - Buffalo Wild Wings has a $1.99 kids' menu for the show - and tailgate with us. Can't make it? Tune in to 92.3FM The Tide or 107.9 BACHfm or click here to listen to the show online.


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Voters Deny Abbott a Second Term, Give 93rd Seat to Watson

Incumbents Rule the Roost in Triangle State Senate Race

JCC, Constitutional Office Races Mostly Go to Incumbents

Kirschke Wins York School Board Seat

Cordasco, Larson Take Seats on WJCC School Board

York Incumbent Supervisors Win Re-election

Ukrop's Settles Lawsuit, Sells Mooretown Rd. Location

Grafton Advances to State Field Hockey Semis with 4-0 win vs. Northampton

Game On: Another Pivotal Jamestown-Grafton Volleyball Matchup Looms

The Score: Region I Volleyball Quarterfinal Results, Walsingham Field Hockey Advances to TCIS Semifinals

Community Notebook: Triangle Marks Veterans Day with Weekend of Events

Game On: Tabb Field Hockey Nets Five on All-Region First Team



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Jamestown Football Finds New Life in Wake of School’s First Playoff Berth

Region I Football: Division 3 and Division 4 Playoff Pairings

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