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  • Corky Card, a Prairie Ridge High School coach and PE teacher, is credited with saving the life of Daniel Pauling, a janitor at the school, by using CPR and a defibrillator.

      Corky Card, a Prairie Ridge High School coach and PE teacher, is credited with saving the life of Daniel Pauling, a janitor at the school, by using CPR and a defibrillator.

 
 

Prairie Ridge coach saves a life

Varsity boys basketball coach and Prairie Ridge High School P.E. teacher Corky Card was credited with saving the life of a janitor at the school after a recent game. Card led the effort to revive Daniel Pauling using CPR and a defibrillator. Full story.

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Woodridge man ruled legally insane during slaying

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Weather

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Traffic

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Bears narrow coaching choices

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