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CARLSBAD, N.M. (AP) - Rynni Henderson is the new publisher of the Carlsbad Current-Argus. The Current-Argus (http://bit.ly/1si8Hkc ) says Henderson has more than 20 years' experience in newspapers,...
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Dr. Paul Hahn, eye surgeon at the Duke Eye Center, fitted patient Larry Hester with the first bionic eye—known as Argus—in state history on Wednesday. The Chronicle's Shreya Ahuja interviewed Dr. Hahn...
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The fruits of phased diesel price decontrol are being reaped by the three government-controlled oil marketing companies (OMCs), with the fuel giving them a small profit of 35p a litre from Tuesday,...
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Sandy Holt-Wilson examining a patient in Ethiopia Alexander Daniel Holt-Wilson was born at Alverstoke in Hampshire on April 30 1936, the youngest of three children of a naval officer. Holt-Wilson’s...
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CAPE ArgusWillie Pienaar takes his daughter, Karli, into the theatre for surgery for a cleft lip. The operation was performed free, thanks to Operation Smile South Africa. Photo: Henk Kruger Cape...
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Banting: meet the man behind the diet Cape Town - From family steakhouse Spur to niche neighbourhood eatery the Dog’s Bollocks (home of Cape Town’s biggest burger), low-carbohydrate menu choices are...
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Bitter memories: Turning back time Cape Town - Tasked with researching their community’s origins and its heritage stories for a play, Sheila Davids and Edwina Abrahams turned to Google. They were...
2014/09/16 13:34
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Cape Town - The sight of scores of children among protesters in Grabouw on Monday has prompted Education MEC Debbie Schäfer to lay criminal charges against the leadership, for allegedly preventing...
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... listentothebridge.wordpress.com Like many typical college students, Alex Bernson ’11 really loves coffee. Yet it takes a very special kind of love of coffee to center a profession around it....
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While the Argus Sports Editors typically limit the subjects of our commentary to that which explicitly applies to Wesleyan athletics, Ray Rice’s recent suspension must be discussed, and must be...
2014/09/16 12:34
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AFPA South African Police service van and a member of security are seen outside the Lesotho Mounted Police headquarters in Maseru. Maseru - Mystery surrounds the deployment of South African police to...
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Tracey AdamsFOR ADULTS ONLY: Adult entertainment shops have seen a drop in profits as DVD sales have declined by as much as 90 percent. Cape Town - Cape Town and Joburg’s porn “industries” have been...
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There is no reason people with HIV shouldn't be soldiers, says Tim Flack, who served in the navy and is the Western Cape representative for the South African National Defence Force Union. I was 18...
2014/09/16 06:34
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A recent New York Times article ranked the University number 13 on its inaugural list of “The Most Economically Diverse Top Colleges.” The article, published on Monday, Sept. 8, is titled “Top...
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Maya Peterson ’18 has brought her love for activism and creative writing to campus, and her rebellious creativity shows in what she wears. Coming from The Lawrenceville School in New Jersey, Peterson...
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Professor Steven Greenhouse ’73 is the New York Times’ Labor Correspondent, the author of the 2008 book “The Big Squeeze: Tough Times for the American Worker,” and the University’s Koeppel Journalism...
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Playing through two overtime periods, the men’s soccer team drew Wheaton College to a scoreless draw for their second tie of the week. After traveling to Rhode Island to face Roger Williams University...
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After two consecutive home games, the Wesleyan women’s soccer team took to the road to play Babson College for just the second time in team history. Wesleyan quickly found its defensive shape and...
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AUSTINTOWN - Ronald Gene Bennett, 67, died on Saturday, Sept. 13, 2014, at 11:42 p.m. at Trumbull Memorial Hospital in Warren. He was born on Nov. 10, 1946, in Steubenville, the son of the late...
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Xhanti Payi is a suit during the day and has worked for almost ever South African bank, and moonlights as a columnist, having written for the Weekend Argus. His main ambition is to win the Nobel...
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