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Eastern Washington Defeats Montana 69-65 In Large Sky Last - Yahoo Sports

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Andy Samberg Golden Globe win TV News Wrap Up: Andy Samberg Hosting 2015 Emmys, Veep Season 4 Trailer & More View gallery Eastern Washington forward Venky Jois (55) celebrates during the closing seconds of an NCAA college basketball MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) -- With his team down 11 and time running out, Tyler Harvey did what he does best - score. The nation's leading scorer had 12 of his 18 points in the second half and Eastern Washington beat Montana 69-65 in the Big Sky championship game Saturday night to earn a spot in the NCAA tournament. ''We've worked a long time for this moment right here,'' Harvey said. ''It's just nice to come out on top. ... You dream about this moment when you're a kid. Just to be in that moment, seeing that confetti, it's like something you watch on TV.'' Montana led 59-48 with 6:15 to go, prompting Eastern Washington coach Jim Hayford to call a timeout.
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But when Herot is attacked by the monster Grendi, Beowulf decides to stay and defend the community, beginning a personal journey that reconnects him with his family and his home. The cast includes: Jack Rowan (Silent Witness) Itoya Osagiede (Okora: The Prelude) Beowulf has been commissioned for a 13-episode first season by ITV. Filming will begin in the North East of England later this month. Source: ITV - Skydance Productions is currently developing a TV adaptation of Sydney Pollacks 1975 political thriller Three Days of the Condor. Reportedly, the Paramount based company is currently shopping the project to several networks with Jason Smilovic (Lucky Number Slevin) and Todd Katzberg attached as writers. At this point, however, its unclear if the show will be a miniseries or a full-fledged series. The project is based on the 1975film of the same name that starred Robert Redford as a CIA analyst who gets caught up in a government conspiracy after he finds his colleagues murdered.
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Video: North Idaho Wolf People Sanctuary Pushes Back Against Suspension | citydesk | Boise Weekly

WOLF PEOPLE LOGO Wolf People is run by an advocacy organization that equates "prejudice against wolves to the struggle of the human civil rights war." On its website, Wolf People insists it's open for business. "Some of you have asked, and despite outrageous claims by a local wolf hating group, Wolf People has not been shut down by [their] efforts, or anyone else's," the organization wrote at wolfpeople.com. Wolf People claims to have 23 wolves, some of which accompany staff to its visitor center and store each day, as well as on visits to schools and local campgrounds. The wolves are never released back to the forest and "spend their entire lives living comfortably in captivity," writes the organization. The wolves may live in captivity, but they are still wild animals. A Coeur d'Alene woman learned this the hard way when she toured Wolf People in November 2013. Mary Neary told KXLY-TV staff led her and her tour group into various enclosures, normally restricted to trainers, which is where one of the wolves stuck his nose through a fence, grabbed her coat and bit her on the wrist.
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