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Council considers expansion of food truck hours
During this week's Marshalltown City Council meeting, members discussed making a change to mobile food units in commercial and industrial areas to allow sales from 11 p.m. to 6 a.m. City Clerk Shari...
Read more at Marshalltown Times-Republican
Beware of counterfeit $50's in Tyler
Tyler police have discovered three counterfeit fifty dollar bills, used by the same woman on July 24 at the Dairy Queen and Family Dollar on Gentry. Police believe the woman knew what she was...
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Buckner shoe drive kicks off in East Texas
Monday, July 28, 2014 - 5:46pm Tyler, Texas(KETK) — The Buckner shoe drive has begun and East Texas businesses are getting involved. Several local businesses have opted to be host locations for shoe...
Read more at KETK 56 Tyler
Bluff City Theater finds 'perfect building' in do...
HANNIBAL, Mo. -- Joe Anderson knows all about the right way to develop a theater. "You build an organization, build an audience, then build a building," Anderson said. "So many get in trouble early...
Read more at Quincy Herald-Whig
How Bank of Ann Arbor takes on giants – and thriv...
The bank opened its headquarters on Jan. 16, 1996, at 125 S. Fifth Ave. in a former Comerica branch. The bank was capitalized with $6 million raised from business leaders and launched with 15...
Read more at Crain's Detroit Business
Michigan Republican Party
City of Morris will pursue condemnation for West ...
According to Morris Mayor Richard Kopczick, the West Avenue landowner and the city disagree on how much compensation should be paid for the easement. After attempted negotiations, the city will...
Read more at Morris Daily Herald
Illinois Environmental Protection Agency
Nostalgia | Pigeons and rugby are Miles’ lifeblood
Published at 01:00, Thursday, 19 July 2007 By Alan Irving RUGBY League and pigeon racing are at the heartbeat of West Cumbria’s sporting heritage. They’ve certainly been the lifeblood of Miles Todd,...
Read more at Whitehaven News
Ravens Fans Hope For Better Season This Year
Popular Entertainment Photo Galleries BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Football season is almost here, and Ravens fans are hoping for a better one than last year. Marcus Washington has more. Last season left...
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Shovels hit dirt at power plant site
The governor, state and city leaders, and other dignitaries, marked the event with a groundbreaking Tuesday afternoon. "It's really an honor for me to join you today to celebrate this...
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WHO-TV 13 Des Moines
Application filed to develop former Valley Ford l...
An applicant has proposed to subdivide the site of the former Valley Ford dealership on Madison Avenue in Westwood to make way for the development of a self-storage facility and a mixed-use...
Read more at The Register NorthJersey.com
MSU Set for SEC Media Day Tuesday
Over 1,000 credentialed media will be in attendance Tuesday as Mississippi State head coach Dan Mullen, quarterback Dak Prescott, linebacker Benardrick McKinney and safety Jay Hughes represent the...
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Memphis Commercial Appeal
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
New building remains slow in Havre de Grace, plan...
As Havre de Grace city officials continue to wrestle with the city's mounting water and sewer deficit, the new construction activity they have been counting on to help bail them out of the financial...
Read more at Baltimore Sun
Maggie Martin: At 4th of July parade, 'Vail Welco...
VAIL, COLO. — On July 4, Vail, Colo., welcomed the world to Vail Valley. The world arrives in February for the World Alpine Ski Championships. No better time than the Fourth of July 2014 for the...
Read more at The Shreveport Times
Kevin Martin, 54, passed away July 9 of brain cancer at his home in Fallbrook. Born October 19, 1959 in Fort Worth Texas, Kevin moved shortly afterward to Charlottesville, Virginia with his family...
Read more at The Fallbrook Village News
Five Points could see improvements
The latest budget may allow the city to make some neighborhoods safer, including Riverside's Five Points. The more than $1 billion city budget will be presented on Monday, and this time the mayor is...
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A posthumous honor for Stillwater EMT
By GREG WATRY STILLWATER — In the living room of Stillwater resident Theresa Martin’s home stands a coffee table with a puzzle underneath the glass. The puzzle depicts Neuschwanstein, a castle...
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Add Grand Marshal for man who has done it all
Most volunteer firefighters in Warren County who want to participate in Warren's 4th of July Parade can ride on department vehicles. After 71 years in the Russell Volunteer Fire Department, selling...
Read more at Warren Times Observer
International Association of Lions Clubs
Many veterans turning to marijuana for relief fro...
Using marijuana to treat post-traumatic stress disorder is a controversial subject. One reason being it's illegal in Texas. But for some vets dope has been a godsend. David Bass now says he feels...
Read more at FOX 7 Austin
Hannibal brew pub opening soon.
Work on The Mark Twain Brewing Company at Moses Bates Public House near completion. HANNIBAL, MO. -- The old Murphy Motors Building in downtown Hannibal is getting a new lease on life. A new...
Read more at ConnectTriStates.com KHQA
James M. Brown
Born July 15, 1926, in Vandalia, he was a son of Ora and Susan (Ward) Brown. On March 23, 1948, he was united in marriage to Allawishious M. Zeigler in Joliet.�She preceded him in death on Sept. 8,...
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