A piece of history gone

It was something that I had been waiting to witness, taking a quick glimpse at the fenced-off area as I drove past the Cultural Centre on my way to work every day for the past couple weeks. On Friday morning, I wasn't really expecting to see anything different, other than some more debris behind the fence, but it was obvious from a couple blocks away when I saw the missing bricks along the east side of the building, that the Cultural Centre, or old St. Paul School, would be gone by the end of that day.

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Kyokushin fighters ready for Australian Open Full Contact Karate Tournament

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Kyokushin fighters ready for Australian Open Full Contact Karate Tournament

Shinzo Dojo duo Keith Nichol and Phoebe Hughes will face off against some of Australasia's best kyokushin karate talent at next month's Australian Open Full Contact Karate Tournament. And 37-year-old Nichol is hoping to show his best form for a chance at moving up to the nidan ranking in December.

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Aiden Lewandowski Earns Spot on USA Karate Junior National Team

The LM Karate Academy is a small dojo in Palmyra but for the last eight years, has been doing big things in the sport of Karate. Shihan, Rob Silverman, the head instructor at LMKA, brought 22 athletes to compete in the National Championship Team Trials in Pittsburgh, July 14-17.

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