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2015/01/29 00:00
2015/01/29 00:00
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John Massey, formerly of Kincardine, passed away at Mill Creek Care Centre, Barrie on Sunday, Oct. 28, 2012 at the age of 83. John was the husband of the late Lois (Chilton) Massey and father of Pam...
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2015/01/28 19:10
2015/01/28 19:10
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In 1966 she gave up acting to become the wife of Tony Samuel, an SOE veteran, racehorse owner and chairman of the publishing company Herbert Jenkins (publisher of P G Wodehouse and George MacDonald...
2015/01/28 07:22
2015/01/28 07:22
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Juvenile fiction: "Blizzard" by John Rocco, "Hansel & Gretel: a Toon Graphic" by Neil Gaiman, "Mr. Putter & Tabby Turn the Page" by Cynthia Rylant and "EllRay Jakes Rocks the Holidays!" by Sally...
2015/01/28 00:10
2015/01/28 00:10
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The third annual MIWCA Dual Meet Championships will take place on Saturday, February 7 at three different venues. (At Franklin High School)Chelmsford Franklin St John Prep (D) Lincoln...
2015/01/27 23:11
2015/01/27 23:11
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THE DROUGHT IS OVER: The In the Slot staff checks in here every week (some weeks a bit later than preferred … sorry) to let you know who we believe are the top boys and girls hockey teams in each...
2015/01/27 23:09
2015/01/27 23:09
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Sometimes you just know when a situation is right for you. That's what happened to Algonquin's Trevor Fuce, as the Tomahawks' standout lineman knew right away that his football future would be in good...
2015/01/27 23:09
2015/01/27 23:09
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For many teams, an 0-6 start could be the death knell for a season. Players and coaches can get discouraged, and it is easy for all involved to just go through the motions as the season unfolds. That...
2015/01/26 17:40
2015/01/26 17:40
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Rolling Meadows is getting ready to celebrate its 60th birthday and officials are asking the whole community to join in. The celebration kicks off with a party on Feb. 26, the day Rolling Meadows was...
2015/01/26 15:26
2015/01/26 15:26
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Office workers will pick a neighborhood clean. Like rain-forest villagers, they explore the surrounding jungle and ply the gathering grounds. Sometimes the local establishments go out of business, but...
2015/01/26 14:16
2015/01/26 14:16
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While the main cross country ski races took place Saturday with youngsters going out on Friday to ski, snowshoe, snow bike and skijor races were held Sunday. Geschel won the men's 20-kilometer snow...
2015/01/26 14:13
2015/01/26 14:13
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Though Narendra Modi welcomed Obama wearing his traditional kurta, the Indian PM then changed to a black and gold pinstripe suit to have tea in the Hyderabad House Gardens, followed by a joint press...
2015/01/26 00:41
2015/01/26 00:41
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It was great weather for the Siberian Huskies who enthusiastically dragged their mushers around in circles during Sunday's Husky Heroes event at the Morton Arboretum. For the humans in attendance,...
2015/01/25 05:33
2015/01/25 05:33
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FICTION Descent By Tim Johnston Algonquin Books 376 pages, $25.95 By Karen Brady NEWS BOOK REVIEWER Life is cruel – sometimes exquisitely so – in Tim Johnston’s stark and aptly named new novel,...
2015/01/25 04:40
2015/01/25 04:40
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As a longtime DuPage County judge, it would be nearly impossible for Michael R. Galasso to please everyone who appeared before him in court. Yet friends and family say he seemingly managed to do just...
2015/01/25 04:09
2015/01/25 04:09
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The Patriots are headed to their sixth Super Bowl in the last 14 years, so their fans could be excused if they weren't as excited as they used to be. Been there, done that, right? That's certainly...
2015/01/25 01:41
2015/01/25 01:41
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At center, Boy Scout Jack Seavey, 17, Troop 10 of Cos Cob, uses rope to make a survival shelter with other Troop 10 Boy Scouts during the annual Greenwich Boy Scouts Klondike Derby at the Ernest...
2015/01/24 22:40
2015/01/24 22:40
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Megan and Kevin Maiworm of Algonquin decided the 40-degree temperature on Saturday was perfect to tailgate. They weren't at a football game. They hosted about 20 family and friends in an unseasonably...
2015/01/24 13:09
2015/01/24 13:09
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Yesterday The Economist chose Zanny Minton Beddoes to be the first female editor-in-chief in its 171-year history. “About time,” you might say. Still, Minton Beddoes was the only woman among the 13...
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2015/01/24 12:40
2015/01/24 12:40
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Chicago-area comedians Denise Ramsden and Nate Weatherup share the same standup bill this weekend at Zanies at Pheasant Run Resort, 4051 E. Main St., St. Charles. $20 plus a two menu-item purchase....
2015/01/24 08:56
2015/01/24 08:56
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Matt York / Asociated Press Camelback Mountain in Phoenix offers a number of things for visitors to do, from hikes and outdoor recreation to special football-themed events and exhibits taking place...
2015/01/29 00:00
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