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Darrell Coons discusses his roles, vision with BA...
... Darrell Coons became the Belleville Achieves Strength in Character Initiative's first executive director in June after previously being the nonprofit's board president. Coons juggles his new...
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Belleville School District
Marius Dietsche Australia Edit
... for the quality problems in the intro, i couldn’t find a way to fix that. Filmed within more than half a year
all around the east coast of Australia Cameras: Nikon DSLR + GoPro 3+...
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Doctor Calling – our weekly column by Dr Miles La...
Holiday season is upon us and although we have seen rather a lot of sunshine over the past few weeks, you may have a sunny trip abroad to look forward to. If you’re planning to travel outside the UK,...
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Beauty awaits the adventurous at Utah’s Esacalante
Lying on the ground in Coyote Gulch, the night sky framed by openings in a natural arch and a curved canyon wall, I peer at the cosmos as through a Mardi Gras mask. My legs and shoulders ache near...
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Stadium Grads, now in their 90s, have a grand old...
Stadium Grads, now in their 90s, have a grand old time | Local News | The News Tribune The News Tribune Recent Headlines Recent Headlines Recent Headlines Recent Headlines Recent...
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Family keeps hope alive for son, daughter-in-law ...
The pair, who had been friends since meeting online as teenagers and were married in 2011, loved to travel and had spent six months
through Central America, often living in remote villages...
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Accent: Wonders of the West Arm
The spot is called Pebble Beach, but consists of sand. My fellow beach-goers are Dominique Gagnon and Guillaume Courchesne, and their dog — a miraculous mix of German shepherd and beagle — would be...
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Living in Kansas has nourished the artist in me
Living in Kansas has nourished the artist in me I’m happy to count myself among the creatives working in this hub of culture in the midwest, writes Nick Carswell Nick Carswell (right) and his...
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Celebrating A Century Of State Parks
What a nice gift. Connecticut's state park system, to celebrate its 100th anniversary, is charging no admission fees this weekend. Take a hike. It's on the state. When the State Park Commission held...
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Mountain Equipment Recyclers gives $50,000 to cha...
Mountain Equipment Recyclers gives $50,000 to charities Mountain Equipment Recyclers owner Mike Mezzola. Mountain Equipment Recyclers has reached $50,000 in charitable giving since opening three...
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40 Travel Scams You Need To Look Out For
This gesture of friendship starts out innocently enough, and is common in areas like Paris’ Sacre Coeur. Summerfield explains: “You will be approached by a man who will place some string around your...
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Blauert on Outdoors: Point Sur lighthouse is wort...
I’ve always been fascinated by lighthouses. When I was a kid, I dreamed about living in one – either as the child of a lighthouse keeper or as a lighthouse keeper myself. Though automated beacons and...
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Mobile cannery crafts beer on the go
SHELBURNE, Vt. �?? It sounded like a rock n' roll show. It smelled like one. It felt like a rock concert, too, from the ankles down. For the main players, the event has that rock n' roll rhythm: Get...
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HIOBS 50th Anniversary Celebration Unites Maine-I...
HIOBS 50th Anniversary Celebration Unites Maine-Inspired Artists The Hurricane Island Outward Bound School (HIOBS), a Maine-based nonprofit educational organization, is celebrating its 50th year with...
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Part-time Cardiff man wins Hemingway contest
CARDIFF After six years of trying, a restaurateur who summers in Cardiff won the 34th annual Ernest Hemingway look-alike contest Saturday in Key West, Fla. Wally Collins, 68, said his year-round...
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Propaganda war: Russia offers alternate takes to ...
... -- In the tangled aftermath of the Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 disaster, two narratives have emerged -- one that most of the world subscribes to, and another that Russia and the rebels are...
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John Adams talks storied career, Cabrillo Festival
Composer John Adams often has described his transformation from born-and-bred New Englander to born-again West Coaster. He finished up a master's degree at Harvard in 1971 and hit the road, just like...
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
Inside Bay Area
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MH17: Remembering the victims
A nun, a leading AIDS researcher, an international athlete and a family traveling on summer vacation. The victims aboard Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 came from around the world and held a wide range...
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International AIDS Society
Keep humble brags out of out-of-office messages
CAITLIN DEWEY The Washington Post Roughly 41 million Americans took vacations around the Fourth of July this year - which means roughly 41 million out-of-office messages were pinging around the...
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Scientists have discovered how to make people to ...
... the forestScientists have discovered how to make people to care about climate change Amy Westervelt is an environmental journalist who lives in Truckee, California. She is a co-founder of...
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