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Bill Van Alstine was 5 years old when his father, Merle, a Green Beret, was killed in Vietnam. He died Feb. 10, 1965. “I'm an only surviving son,” Van Alstine says. In the years since, Van Alstine,...
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Lincoln’s vice presidential switch changed history
In 1864, as Lincoln faced the challenge of re-election and the Civil War still raged, he decided unbeknownst to his first-term vice president, Hannibal Hamlin of Maine, to replace him for his second...
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Are you paying more for your IKEA furniture than ...
Are you paying more for your IKEA furniture than shoppers in other countries? Getting your flat-packed furniture home is similarly daunting around the world.(Reuters/Jumana El Heloueh) Known for its...
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MM/HS honor roll named
... Twelfth grade - Fayth Belusar, Garrett Blank, *Paige Brogan, Nick Cercone, Andy Cooper, Maggie Davis, *Karlee Decet, Christopher DeCocker, Alexis Downing, *Shaun Flynn, Adele Gendron, Nick Goings,...
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Snakes set for Warriors
The last time the Vernon Vipers met the West Kelowna Warriors, it didn’t end well. A last-second line brawl resulted in hefty suspensions to both clubs when they met a little over a month ago (Vernon...
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Colin Tattum reveals his top ten Blues memories
They think it’s all over . . . well, it is now. After more years than I care to remember, I am leaving the Birmingham Mail. It has been an honour and a privilege to report on the fortunes of...
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Govanhill Baths... still afloat after 100 years
It's just that the music is more different than its founders could have imagined. On July 3, 1914, Sir Daniel Macaulay Stevenson, the then-Lord Provost of Glasgow, opened the swimming pool in Calder...
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IceHouse stages classic musical 'Annie Get Your G...
MOUNT DORA — Darlin Barry has made a commitment to the great American musical. In the holiday time slot — now through mid-December — she will mount a big, expensive famous musical that is particularly...
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Exmouth Harrier Cathy Newman shines on the Exeter...
Exmouth Harrier Cathy Newman shines on the Exeter Arena track Wednesday, November 19, 2014 At the Ironbridge Runner 3K Series on the Exeter Arena track on Monday Cathy Newman was very pleased with...
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Stearns County Sheriff Asks Public for Help Locat...
Updated: 11/19/2014 11:50 AM Created: 11/19/2014 11:25 AM KSTP.com By: Jennie Olson The Stearns County Sheriff’s Office is searching for a convicted sex offender who has an active warrant. The...
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Conditioned freshman class prepares for The Game
As The Game approaches, Eli freshmen are gearing up, ready to bring the heat that has powered Yale to eight victories this year. Through the first nine games, the Bulldog squad has accumulated an...
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Strong batting order for Rocky against Emerald to...
FOUR new faces will line up for the Rockhampton men's cricket team in Emerald tomorrow. Gracemere's
and Rion Banks, Rockhampton Brothers' Josh Sinnamon and Frenchville Falcons' Lachlan...
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Knox Board of Ed to talk year-round school
The Knox County school board will discuss the school system moving to a balanced calendar, more commonly referred to as year-round school, at its midmonth meeting tonight. "What we've committed to in...
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Neighborhoods say funding change deserves more ve...
Above: Neighborhood and Community Engagement Commission Chair Ishmael Israel speaking to the council's health, environment and community engagement committee. Neighborhood groups said Monday they...
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Lakewood Park boys' hoops preview
Coach: Chad Hibbard, 12-11 in second year at Lakewood Park Last year: 12-11, lost 55-40 to Blackhawk Christian in sectional Twitter: @LPPanthers FRONTCOURT The Panthers won't be the tallest team...
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Warning over 'Microsoft' phone scam
RESIDENTS in Bury are being warned about phone callers alleging to be from Microsoft and claiming they can fix their computer. People are being told that their IP address has been hacked and they...
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Minneapolis council committee OKs tighter e-cigar...
After listening to comments by two dozen people — about half of them in favor of more restrictions, and half opposed — a Minneapolis City Council committee voted 6-0 in favor of the new rules. The...
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Should Lincoln have kept his first VP?
The other day I found myself at the famous Abraham Lincoln Bookshop in Chicago, talking about my latest effort, a history on the evolution of the American vice presidency. The visit brought to mind a...
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Glancing Backward, - Glancing Backward
Today is Thursday, April 15, the 105th day of 2010. There are 260 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On April 15, 1865, President Abraham Lincoln died, nine hours after being shot...
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New St. Paul Animal Shelter Ordinance Criticized ...
Updated: 11/14/2014 7:15 PM Created: 11/14/2014 3:31 PM KSTP.com By: Lindsey Brown A new ordinance just passed in St. Paul aims to give stray animals a better chance at life, but not everyone...
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