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2015/04/26 16:42
2015/04/26 16:42
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Bruce Martin, right, and his wife, Monica Martin, after Bruce Martin was chosen Saturday night as new Millington Community Schools superintendent. Bruce Martin is principal of Andersonville Elementary...
2015/04/26 16:42
2015/04/26 16:42
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2015/04/25 20:38
2015/04/25 20:38
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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Hartwell Lake Office plans to open several of its campgrounds and day-use areas next week. The schedule is: * Oconee Point Campground — Open May 1 through Sept. 30....
2015/04/25 11:20
2015/04/25 11:20
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NORRIS — There’s an art to shearing sheep that he’s still mastering, says a man who reckons he’s shorn between 20,000 and 30,000 of the critters over a career spanning 35 years and counting. The...
2015/04/23 23:04
2015/04/23 23:04
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A report released by the National Park Services shows that visitors to State Parks in Georgia spent $378 million in the state in 2014. The visitor spending supported over 6,000 jobs in the state and...
2015/04/22 15:13
2015/04/22 15:13
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A couple of years ago at C2E2, during the second edition of the Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo at McCormick Place, I bought a small terra cotta pot from an older man seated at a table. He never...
2015/04/21 00:59
2015/04/21 00:59
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Bryan Wins Walmart Bass Fishing League Volunteer Division Event On Lake Chickamauga Burton Bryan of Sevierville, Tn. weighed a five-bass limit totaling 15 pounds, 9 ounces Saturday to win the...
2015/04/19 11:20
2015/04/19 11:20
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University of Tennessee Medical Center Robert Stewart and Tiphany Mize, Knoxville, a boy, John Henry Edward Brian Zimmerman and Cynthia Kile, Lenoir City, a girl, Maci Grace Daniel and Brook Park,...
2015/04/17 12:15
2015/04/17 12:15
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MARQUETTE - The Beaumier U.P. Heritage Center at Northern Michigan University will commemorate the sesquicentennial of the end of the Civil War with a new exhibit on one of Michigan's least-known...
2015/04/17 06:08
2015/04/17 06:08
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... to his children, he was quite famous in his time. Kantor's Pulitzer prize winning novel "Andersonville" sat at the top of best seller lists for about a year, according to Shroder. However,...
2015/04/16 21:56
2015/04/16 21:56
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Going somewhere with Jimmy is a trip, and I wrote about one we took a while back. He navigated and I handled my car’s tiller across a miles-wide lake – on dry land. I plowed upstream in the main...
2015/04/16 18:46
2015/04/16 18:46
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Summer is right around the corner, making up for the months of brutal winter we endured. With summer comes one of the absolute best parts of relishing in the city of in Chicago – neighborhood street...
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2015/04/15 11:39
2015/04/15 11:39
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A few months ago, Tim Smith was homeless. Smith attributes the positive changes in his life to assistance he received from Hope for Veterans, a program run by Community Hope. The nonprofit...
2015/04/12 10:20
2015/04/12 10:20
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Cameron Scott Bolin, 27, Geneva Margaret Hill, 28, Knoxville Jeffrey Austin Brock, 29, Danielle Jeanette Jenkins-Stigge Allen, 28, Knoxville Jason Andrew Brock, 40, Stephanie Irene Gross Duthu, 41,...
2015/04/10 06:08
2015/04/10 06:08
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The presentation will be on April 23 at 6:30 p.m. at the Webster City Community Theatre Performing Arts Center. The event, sponsored by Kendall Young Library, is free and open to the...
2015/04/09 17:37
2015/04/09 17:37
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In the mid to latter portions of the nineteenth century Chatham had a number of wonderful doctors who contributed much to the community and one of the most remarkable of these men was Dr. J. L....
2015/04/09 14:45
2015/04/09 14:45
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The second week of April 1865 might have been the most newsworthy in the nation’s history. Within six days, the Civil War ended and President Abraham Lincoln was assassinated. Echoes from that week...
2015/04/09 04:50
2015/04/09 04:50
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Hidden in an obscure section of Lawton Park just off Spy Run Avenue, few of the motorists whizzing past on Spy Run Avenue notice one of the city's oldest monuments, dedicated in 1893 "to the heroic...
2015/04/08 17:09
2015/04/08 17:09
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On this 150th anniversary of the surrender at Appomattox, Americans mark the end of the Civil War. The questions at the heart of the war, though, still occupy the nation, which has never truly gotten...
2015/04/07 20:06
2015/04/07 20:06
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PITTSBURGH (AP) — John Popp wouldn't let a hernia keep him out of the Civil War, his great-grandson says. Popp, an immigrant from Bavaria who lived in Westmoreland County, enlisted in 1864. He served...
2015/04/02 06:08
2015/04/02 06:08
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Registration is now open for the free event, which will be held from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at Webster City Middle School. Shroder was the editor of The Washington Post Magazine from 2001 to 2009 and...
2015/04/26 16:42
2015/04/26 16:42
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