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Student stories charge UCPD with racial profiling...
Students shared their experiences with the University of Chicago Police Department (UCPD) at the Southside Solidarity Network’s (SSN) “UCPD Speakout” event last night. Some testimonials were presented...
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Youth Baseball, Softball Roundup
Conner Crabtree piled up 16 strikeouts and allowed only two walks in pitching a no-hitter as Gerry trimmed Sinclairville, 4-0, in the Valley Little League on Monday. Crabtree also provided the power...
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Women of Achievement; Riverfest makes donation; s...
The adult nominees were separated into nine categories: arts, business, communications, education, environmental, health and wellness, public service, volunteer and the Rachel Freeman Unsung Hero...
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Author recruits friend to publish first book
Author recruits friend to publish first book Issaquah resident Brenda Elser and her friend Kristin Loehrmann, of Renton, recently published their first novel, “The Case of the Halloween Heist,” a...
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Editorial Isn’t it wonderful how happy everyone is with the future of the city of Issaquah? We assume that’s the case, since incumbent City Council members up for re-election this fall have all gone...
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Pali Wine Co. Secures Long-Term Lease
The Huber Vineyard, first planted by Norman Huber in 1987-88, is one of the oldest vineyards in the Sta. Rita Hills
. Huber Vineyard is located in an ideal environment for growing cool-climate...
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LOCAL SPORTS: Little Olympics results
Group I Class “A” Long Jump 1. Austin Gray (Wall), 12’5.75; 2. Johnny Espinosa (Goliad); 3. Aaron Aguila (Grape Creek); 4. Cole Phillips (Wall); 5. Matthew Chappa (Goliad). Chin Ups 1. Collin Hughes...
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Local monuments spruced up for Memorial Day
In honor of Military Appreciation Month and in preparation for Sudbury’s Memorial Day Celebration, the Sudbury Military Support Network hosted the First Monument Cleanup event this past Saturday, May...
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HLGU recovering from damage to tree-lined roads, ...
HANNIBAL, Mo. -- Randy Ewart received a phone call late Monday night that help was needed in America's Hometown. By early Tuesday morning, the first wave of assistance from the Missouri Southern...
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Go gaga over LaLa cupcakes in Raynham
Ooh, la-la! Raynham resident Rhonda Polansky’s specialty is creating delicate and delicious art you can eat. After being laid off from her full-time job in 2012, she made the decision to do something...
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Hanson Town Crier
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Elementary track athletes compete
Elementary school students ran, jumped and threw their way to glory and the thrill of competition at the recent Glenn County Elementary Track Meet. In addition to the Glenn County schools, students...
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Orland Press Register
Colusa County Sun-Herald
St. Louis Zoo Sponsors Young Artist Endangered Sp...
ST. LOUIS, MO. (KPLRI) – It’s important to have an open mind with endangered insects. ‘Bugs don’t bother you?’ asks Patrick Clark. ‘Not really,’ says beetle fan
Bribriesco. That’s good news,...
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Thomas J. Nissen Sr.
Thomas J. Nissen, Sr., passed away at Highland Hospital in Rochester on Friday, May 17, 2013. Family and friends are invited to call from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, May 25 at the Townsend-Wood...
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Most popular names in North Dakota in 2012
Most popular names in North Dakota in 2012 Have you met any little boys named Liam lately? According to the Social Security Administration, Liam was the most popular name for boys born in North...
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Red Wings fans: Help fill a boot for a fallen fir...
Zetterberg to Match Proceeds Raised on May 23 for Woehlke Family Fund The Detroit Red Wings encourage fans coming down to Game 4 of the Western Conference Semifinals to make a donation to help ‘Fill...
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Detroit Lake fishing derby: 'Even though it was w...
DETROIT, Ore. - The skies might have been gray and the rain a little heavy at times, but that didn't stop hundreds of anglers from casting their lines into Detroit Lake over the weekend to catch some...
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Courtney Stodden Sex Tape: Teen Bride Says She Ma...
Teen bride Courtney Stodden seems to be flip-flopping on her sex tape statement. Late last week the 18-year-old revealed that she has a sex tape, but said it would remain private. Now the blonde...
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Napa/Sonoma Heart Surgeon and His Wife Unveil a N...
NAPA, CA--(Marketwired - May 21, 2013) - GrapeHeart Vineyards unveiled the first vintage of their GrapeHeart Cabernet Sauvignon and 'The Beat' red wine blend. Sourced from the GrapeHeart Estate...
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Tornado Victim Finds Dog During CBS Interview
Loading Slideshow A dog named Shaggy is handed from a National Guard truck to National Guard personnel after the dog and his owner left a flooded building in Hoboken, N.J., Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2012,...
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Darien Girls Help Connecticut Boat Club Win 8 Reg...
NORWALK, Conn. – Teams expecting a down year for the Connecticut Boat Club were happily surprised in Sunday’s Northeast Junior Championships in Lowell, Mass. The Norwalk-based crew team won eight...
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