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New York Post
I spent $270K on a diamond ring that turned out to be a fakehawk a lot of foot-longs to pay for a $270,000 diamond ring — and now the out-o
I spent $270K on a diamond ring that turned out to be a fake
New York Post / Posted 13 days ago
hawk a lot of foot-longs to pay for a $270,000 diamond ring — and now the out-of-town Subway franchisee is suing a Diamond District dealer for selling her a fake. Nevada businesswoman Donna Curry, who owns 60 Subway shops out west, was visiting... Read more
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Daily Herald
White Sox keep rolling in Texasp.m. near the front entrance of Station Middle School, 215 Eastern Ave. An auto
White Sox keep rolling in Texas
Daily Herald / Posted 15 days ago
p.m. near the front entrance of Station Middle School, 215 Eastern Ave. An autopsy will be performed Wednesday Full story.District 214 mulls later starts, less homework, shorter practices Saying teenagers today are overtired and overstressed by... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Gov. Sam Brownback, presidential duel cast shadow over Kansas statehouse racesand Juvenile Justice Committee in a dispute with House Speaker Ray Merrick. Ne
Gov. Sam Brownback, presidential duel cast shadow over Kansas statehouse races
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 16 days ago
and Juvenile Justice Committee in a dispute with House Speaker Ray Merrick. Neither Merrick nor Rubin, who won in a district carried in 2014 by Democratic gubernatorial candidate Paul Davis, are running again for the House. Eric Jenkins, a... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Brown parole initiative faces California Supreme Courton a ballot initiative making it easier for nonviolent offenders to get parole
Brown parole initiative faces California Supreme Court
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 19 days ago
on a ballot initiative making it easier for nonviolent offenders to get parole could depend on the California Supreme Court. The proposal is Gov. Jerry Brown’s effort to relax strict, fixed-term sentencing standards that he helped usher in as... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
1920s: Like nation, city roarsits class in the world is richer than Scranton.” Scranton’s population in the
1920s: Like nation, city roars
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 1 months ago
its class in the world is richer than Scranton.” Scranton’s population in the 1920 census stood at 137,783, making it the 47th largest city in America, just behind Hartford, Connecticut. It continued to swell through the decade as employment... Read more
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The Toledo Blade
GOP judge candidates well funded COLUMBUS — Republican candidates for a pair of Ohio Supreme Court seats have
GOP judge candidates well funded
The Toledo Blade / Posted 1 months ago
COLUMBUS — Republican candidates for a pair of Ohio Supreme Court seats have moved well ahead of their Democratic competitors in fund-raising. Campaign finance reports filed Friday with the Ohio Secretary of State’s... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
What schools, students really get under Proposition 123last in the nation on per-pupil instructional spending, last in instructional p
What schools, students really get under Proposition 123
The Arizona Republic / Posted 1 months ago
last in the nation on per-pupil instructional spending, last in instructional pay, next-to-last in employee benefits and 47th in administrative costs in the same Census survey. And in a measure of a state’s ability to pay, Arizona was 49th in... Read more
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Royal Oak Daily Tribune
Former Ferndale Mayor Craig Covey to run for Oakland County sheriff- FOUR YEAR TERM REP: Robert E. Buxbaum REP: Paul Welday DEM: Jim Nash* COU
Former Ferndale Mayor Craig Covey to run for Oakland County sheriff
Royal Oak Daily Tribune / Posted 1 months ago
- FOUR YEAR TERM REP: Robert E. Buxbaum REP: Paul Welday DEM: Jim Nash* COUNTY COMMISSIONER - TWO YEAR TERM DISTRICT 1 REP: Michael J. Gingell* DEM: Michelle Bryant DISTRICT 2 REP: Salvatore Delia REP: Bob Hoffman* REP: Robert... Read more
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The Escanaba Daily Press
Candidates file to seek election8 election. In races where both candidates share the same party, the determinat
Candidates file to seek election
The Escanaba Daily Press / Posted 1 months ago
8 election. In races where both candidates share the same party, the determination will be made in August. In the First District, Democratic incumbent John Malnar will face Republican Challenger challenger Gerard Tatrow. Delta County's First... Read more

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