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Pardee Home Ghost InvestigationIf you’ve secretly fantasized about going on a ghost hunt, who better to guide you than Karen Zimmerman, local author of Ghost Stories and Legends of Alameda, Berkeley,...
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Scam artists target elderly in Williamsburg
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Home Health nurse Jackie Hawkins have become like family over the years. “She’s like my grandmother,” said Hawkins. “I love her to death so I just want them to stop.” By...
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James ‘Jim’ Paul Truckey
ESCANABA - James "Jim" Paul Truckey, of Escanaba, passed away on Friday, May 17, 2013, following an apparent heart attack. Jim was born on July 12, 1958, in Oshkosh, Wis. He graduated from Gladstone...
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Agnes Thomes, age 89, formerly of West Center Street, Mohawk, passed away peacefully on Monday, Nov. 26, 2012, in Waccamaw Community Hospital, Murrells Inlet, S.C. She was born on July 18, 1923, in...
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I'm pitching a trade to help the Rockies' rotation
The Rockies are in first place! Go! Crazy! Folks! Quick, somebody post a photograph of the standings! OK, it's May. Inhale. Exhale. Chill pills available, two for a dollar. But is it safe for us to...
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Church baseball league’s longtime leader retires
Seventeen years ago, Bob Haworth, a member of Grace Lutheran Church in Miami Springs, organized a coed softball league. And for all of those years, Haworth has served as the commissioner. Comes this...
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‘Does Someone Have to Go?’: When the office devou...
I can’t think of a less soothing way to wind down one’s day and escape into the comforting numbness of television. Although fraught with all of the reality genre’s tricks and tropes, “Does Someone...
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Area bicyclists will flock to Mesquite on Saturday, June 1, for the Mesquite Rotary Bike Ride. The event typically draws thousands of riders from across the Metroplex. - Photo courtesy of the Mesquite...
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Vatican: Contrary to reports, Pope didn't perform...
... – A Vatican spokesman on Tuesday refuted claims that Pope Francis performed an exorcism on a man in St. Peter’s Square after Mass on Sunday. But he did not altogether deny the encounter. “The...
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Ronald Bruce Warner
Ronald Bruce Warner was born in Sayre, Pa., on July 28, 1932, son of Lester and Florence Warner. He passed from this existence on May 19, 2013, peacefully at home after a year-long battle with...
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Ogden school resounding with oohs, aahs, cuckoos ...
OGDEN — Preston Hadley and his friends wriggled excitedly at the chain-link fence leading to the playground at Polk Elementary School. Preston pointed to the incoming helicopter, while other students...
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DSO concertmaster and principal French hornist st...
CLASSICAL It was almost exactly a year ago that the Detroit Symphony Orchestra hired violinist Yoonshin Song as its concertmaster. During the audition process, Song, a 31-year-old native of South...
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Deep in the Valley of Mystics: The Great Escape o...
The night had no man-made disruption. The dark velvet sky was punctuated only by shining white dots; glowing ivory pinpricks against an indigo backdrop. The moon reigned large, casting long shadows...
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Russell Brand on Alex Ferguson: 'A unique figure ...
It was not without significant tribal turbulence that I attended Manchester United's second leg quarterfinal Champion's League match against Real Madrid. Like a twerp I'd requested the tickets from...
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Crystal Bird delivers mystery, history
Senator Helen Drayton’s first fictional novel, The Crystal Bird, is a must-read according to the reviews from several readers of the novel. This is her third book. She has previously written two books...
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Same-sex marriage is a no-brainer for Michigan | ...
The 2014 election offers Michiganders an important do-over on gay marriage, a chance to erase the economic handicap and cultural stain that the 2004 constitutional ban has visited upon our state. And...
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Greg Laurie: 4 Words That Can Change Your Marriage
Pastor Greg Laurie of Harvest Church in Southern California shared Sunday how Christians can change their marriage by heeding to a four-word sentence found in the Bible. "God invented marriage; it...
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Drop em', mister
By Lee Pitts Some people are just an accident waiting to happen. Take my friend ReRide, for example. Getting hurt is ReRide's "achilles heel," which is about the only part of his body he hasn't...
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Event offers one-stop source for home-schooling o...
A Saturday event gave local advocacy groups an opportunity to pool together resources and help better inform the public about home-schooling options and regulations. Barbara Safanda, parent of two,...
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