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Articles from Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England) (May 17, 2008)

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"bold">Every person has a history to tell. 161
'Good harmless fun' at the youth club; School and sport YOUR ANSWER. 168
'I shared a cabin with boxer Laurie' The old pubs of Middlesbrough YOUR ANSWER. 171
'It looks as though I'm your long-lost cousin' School and sport YOUR ANSWER. 96
'Now we know what happened to the water in the basement' The old Co-op. 971
'Surrounded by all these young, handsome sailors, guess who I married?' At the 'Admiralty'. 592
20 YEARS AGO; Picture of the early days. 324
70 YEARS AGO; Mystery pictures. 332
A career that went from Red Watch to the Saudi desert. 405
A MEDAL BONANZA; Middlesbrough ASC GRASSROOTS SPORT. 437
A splashing time for all; Mixing fun with some serious lessons GRASSROOTS SPORT. 444
About Town; Golden Jubilee, Yarm. 112
Active Community Award SCHOOLS AWARDS; Winner: Thornhill School. 156
Agony and ecstasy for Tees rivals; Non-league football. 595
Akaba vows: I'll be back. 239
All aboard for night of magic. 192
Andrew Wilkinson's Trout Topics. 748
Are we related to the news magnate? 177
At the end of WW2 Bill was the most important of soldiers...and Joan always the most important to him. 539
Athletics: COCK-A-HOOP! PARALYMPICS Despite being pipped for gold, our Terry is. 378
Athletics: Tees athletes make a strong start. 362
Athletics: Testing times for ultra ace Sharon. 357
Babies. 265
back to complete trophy hat-trick. 240
Basketball: Tunstall leave it late; Post-Christmas form secures Year 11 title GRASSROOTS SPORT. 921
Beckett tops the magnificent seven. 328
Blood donors wanted. 138
Bowls: Champions off to flier at start of defence. 521
Bulkhaul batter holders to clinch cup No 2; LANGBAURGH SUNDAY LEAGUE. 203
Class's message of love; School stories. 210
COARSE ANGLING: HALL'S MASSIVE HAUL; COARSE ANGLING: Double ton catch earns Oaks record. 423
Cricket: Derby boost for must win clash; COUNTY CRICKET. 250
Cricket: Second day response delights Ryan; TEST CRICKET. 269
Cup heroes prevail in penalty drama. 310
DAD LOCKED UP; Indefinite jail term for sex attacker. 678
Day trippers. 161
Developer looks at pounds 30m scheme; Mandale considers plans after appeal success. 432
Dormans hang on to notch up another victory; Results round-up. 662
Environment Award; SCHOOLS AWARDS; Winner: Barndale House Special School. 195
Evening Gazette; Feature in Your People. 318
Ex-pat pages; 10 YEARS AGO. 340
Flashback to stars of the amateur stage; It's show business. 161
Flying the flag. 122
FOLLOW US! Pupils step out for environment. 184
Football, cricket and hockey; School and sport. 173
Football: Cleary wraps up Trophy triumph; DARLINGTON CHURCH AND FRIENDLY LEAGUE. 256
Football: CUP TREBLE FOR COULBY; HATHAWAY & COPE STOKESLEY LEAGUE. 808
Football: Hardwick battle back to complete trophy hat-trick; STOCKTON SUNDAY LEAGUE. 89
Football: QUOIT BOWL 'EM OVER; Four-goal heroes clinch KO crown JACK HATFIELD SPORTS TEESSIDE LEAGUE. 240
Football: TOM IN BORO'S SIGHTS; In association with: MSV SPORT Spurs star in the frame as transfer target. 597
Football: West are the best! G and S beaten in Trophy final AWC INSURANCE SERVICES REDCAR SUNDAY LEAGUE. 543
For you, dad; Stephen treks across Arctic. 342
Foreign legion depleted as trio move on; Southgate leaves stars to find new clubs : On the Boro beat. 677
From troubled teenager to an uncaring loner. 305
Ginnever's trail of indecent terror. 222
Glen leads the way with golden glory; Billingham ASC GRASSROOTS SPORT. 411
Grate expectations. 338
He bludgeoned doctor to death with a hammer ... now killer may be released; Psychopath allowed to apply for parole. 740
Headteacher of the YearSCHOOLS AWARDS; Winner: Stefa McManners. 217
Healthy Living Award SCHOOLS AWARDS; Winner: Oakfield Infant School. 199
Hospital probes phone abuse. 142
HOUSE DEATH PROBE; Emotional scenes as man's body is found. 312
How could you see the sea from Seaview? In the second part of his story of a bike ride he took with his father about 75 years ago, DEREK OUTHWAITE recalls more personal memories and more recent reflections on 'dear old Grangetown' and some of its former landmarks. 2157
HUNDREDS JOIN PAY PROTEST. 293
I have had very little contact with Mark since he got to Burma and I'm quite worried about him at the moment. 479
I was the opponent in my days with the St Luke's Matmen. 515
IN BRIEF: Blaze at flats was arson. 88
In the Sea Cadets; School and sport YOUR ANSWER. 109
INHUMAN; Brown blasts Burma government. 324
Inquest hears of choking tragedy. 576
Is this the Middlemiss family? 92
It's second time lucky for Thornhill School SCHOOLS AWARDS. 365
Jessica would have loved to be there cheering us all on; Footie heroes pitch in for fundraiser. 592
Junior football: Winners feeling bubbly; COULBY NEWHAM took on Kader in the Under-15s final of the North Riding County FA Junior Cup. 428
Kayak star Lucy off to Milan; Tees Active NEWS Junior rugby GRASSROOTS SPORT. 238
Kimi glad to still be out front; Formula One. 313
League pride and joy for Athletic girls. 447
Letter: Your Say - Brown bottled it. 154
Letter: Your Say - Friendly fire from resident. 206
Letter: Your Say - Letter dismisses 'assault' case. 282
Letter: Your Say - Open to scrutiny. 196
Letter: Your Say - Something for weekend. 156
Letter: Your Say - The camera sometimes lies. 341
Lewis won't let standards slip; Formula One. 502
Marton boys have a party at the festival; MARTON Under-7s travelled to Skegness and returned as champions of the Spring Festival of Football. 520
Mason's saying it with flowers. 159
Me and My Pet; PEOPLE. 367
Memories of a pub pianist. 204
Middleton Rangers. 299
MPs to discuss 999 closure plans. 354
My heart still dances at the thought of my bonny lass... 356
New Marske. 217
Newz all set to make headlines; RACING PREVIEW. 359
Newz to make headlines; RACING PREVIEW. 357
No big names just for the sake of it, says gaffer; On the Boro beat. 700
Noreen remembers her old school ties; School stories SCHOOL STORIES. 428
North Ormesby. 201
NOW living in Scarborough,; People and places. 195
Obituary - Arthur Newsome; Your memories. Obituary 379
online views. 94
Our 'nice guy' teacher who became a priest. 201
Our say. 221
People and places. 174
Perfect 10 for five-star Stewart! On the Boro Beat. 266
Pick of the day. 167
Pictures of dereliction ... and cricket. 108
Players celebrating a bright new start; Junior rugby NEWS Junior rugby GRASSROOTS SPORT. 489
Really flying! Formula One. 126
Redcar-pet treatment; Tower would reach for the stars THE PROPOSALS: Red Carpet's plan for the seafront at Red car. 390
Reid targets title; Boxing. 408
REMEMBER WHEN. 223
Remember When; Teesside nostalgia. 90
Runner Up: Archibald First School. 210
Runner Up: Bydales School. 195
Runner Up: Dinnington First School. 150
Runner Up: Dorothy Keelan. 178
Runner Up: Esh Winning Primary School. 182
Runner Up: Farne and Cheviot Primary Schools. 223
Runner Up: Hall Garth Community Arts College. 152
Runner Up: Jackie Crilley. 175
Runner Up: Karen Donnelly. 159
Runner Up: Lynne Hudson; POSITIVE Lynne Hudson at St Agnes' Primary, Crawcrook. 205
Runner Up: Michelle Hardy. 196
Runner Up: Normanby Primary School. 187
Runner Up: Patricia Gibb. 210
Runner Up: Paul Harris. 188
Runner Up: Phil Clark. 164
Runner Up: Springboard - Unity City Academy. 183
Runner Up: St Michael's RC School. 174
Runner Up: Star of the Sea Primary School. 241
Runner Up: Tony Dicker. 344
School Awards Runner Up: Rita Rees. 162
School Awards: Runner Up: Clare Pearson. 157
SCHOOL AWARDS: Winner: Brian Laidler; Caretaker of the Year. 202
School Awards: Winner: Delia Sykes; Inspirational Secondary Teacher. 182
SCHOOL AWARDS: Winner: Kath Turner; Inspirational Primary Teacher. 180
Schooldays. 201
SCHOOLS AWARDS: Double celebrations at St Joseph's RCVA. 708
SCHOOLS AWARDS: Winner: Yarm County Primary School; School Newspaper Award. 179
SCHOOLS AWARDS: Winners are honoured, delighted and surprised; Awards recognise excellence in our schools. 1059
Seaton take the title; Youngsters are the Kwik Cricket stars GRASSROOTS SPORT. 250
Seeking Jane; Your memories. 475
Share all your stories with us; Your memories. 179
SHOPGIRLS REUNITED. 116
Speedway: Havvy's ready to roar at Reading! 640
Speedway: Now Mat plans for return to track in 2009. 323
Stokesley. 102
Sunday: Pick of the day. 130
Support Staff of the Year SCHOOLS AWARDS; Winner: Irene Wase. 185
Sustainable School Award; SCHOOLS AWARDS; Winner: The Duchess's Community High School. 191
Table Tennis: Double win seals place. 199
Takeaway is taken out. 159
The old pubs of Middlesbrough. 325
The old pubs of Middlesbrough. 346
The village school. 158
The watering holes of old Middlesbrough; The old pubs of Middlesbrough YOUR ANSWER. 94
Thieving delivery driver jailed; Breach of trust. 355
TIBS girls. 125
Top post is filled. 102
Truscott's living the dream! Boxing. 436
Unit to lead way in fertility. 191
Volleyball: First cup joy; Tees lads take tournament trophy. 266
We won't give up our battle. 305
Wedding of the week. 240
When Don Revie ran rings round me. 154
When every neighbourhood had its juvenile jazz band. 1170
When it was all fields by the Salvation Army Citadel; LOOKING at the photograph on Page Two of Issue 70, Derek Wade suspects it may have been taken at the Salvation Army Barracks in Stockton, as their HQ was called on the attached section of an 1899 map. 498
When the 'gas girls' emptied the meters. 1386
When the old streets disappeared; People and places. 146
Where's Ted? Find a place for a bear on your holiday. 425
Who can help me trace my relatives? 287
Woman hurt in smash. 97
WORLD TODAY: Oh boy, what an adventure. 137
You all deserve that - George; On the Boro beat. 411
YOU ANSWER: 'My childhood in Redwood Avenue. 195
YOU ANSWER: 'Who can give me a map of Grangetown?'. 131
YOU ANSWER: Looking for John Stoddart; The days of the jazz bands. 163
YOU ANSWER; Middle miss mystery. 358
YOU ANSWER; Remembering Grange town. 374
YOU ANSWER; Remembering Grangetown. 416
YOUR ANSWER: Back-breaking work was helped by the food; People and places. 352
Your Nursery: Tiny Turners, Redcar. 547
Your pictures; PEOPLE. 257
Your Views; THE go-ahead has now been given for new student apartments at two prominent sites, but does Middlesbrough offer too many facilities for students? 184
Your weddings. 220

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