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Mississippi State remains undefeated behind 'the ...
Put it this way: Kim Kardashian is jealous. The nearly spherical Mississippi State running back's bountiful booty is his most attention-grabbing physical characteristic. And if you believe the...
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Huckaby: Plane trip to D.C. in 1968 was adventure
I am writing this column from 35,000 feet. When I was growing up in Porterdale, I allowed myself to dream that one day I might write something that another person would want to read in a newspaper,...
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Sunshine Coast designers have their night of fame
MORE than 500 people checked their spring look in the mirror one last time before stepping out to last night's very glam Sunshine Coast Design Awards and Hall of Fame. The fashion set was in for a...
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Gov. Scott stops in Orlando; pushes early voting
As election day approaches – the candidates are on the road campaigning for votes. Governor Rick Scott was in Orlando telling constituents to get out there and vote early. Governor Rick Scott stepped...
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Chelsea midfielder Eden Hazard prepares to face M...
Hazard has constantly alarmed Zabaleta, arguably the best right‑back in the Premier League with Ivanovic and Seamus Coleman. In commanding the man-of-the-match honours at the Etihad Stadium in...
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Japan's chrysanthemums: More than symbol of autum...
When Americans think of flowers and Japan, we think of cherry
s. But to the Japanese, there’s a flower for every time of year, and right now, it’s the chrysanthemum, celebrated in festivals,...
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Suarez on Sturridge and Evra wanted United stay
On the 25th October 2013 what were the stories that dominated the football landscape? Including Liverpool and Manchester United. Let's cast our eyes back to this exact day, the 25th October 2014, but...
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Review: In The Forest of the Night is a Doctor Wh...
He was the man who turned London's Olympic stadium into a country meadow. Covering the capital in trees was surely the next logical step. Frank Cottrell Boyce's contribution to this latest series of...
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Smart iPhone 6 and Smart iPhone 6 Plus Registrati...
Both Apple iPhone 6 and Apple iPhone 6 Plus are amazing smartphones -- but for you to be able to make the most of their incredible features anywhere you go and for these devices to reach their full...
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Learn to control fire and it can work for you
A GRASS fire once trapped my uncle in a dry paddock. A lifelong smoker, he always carried matches. He lit the grass downwind of himself. As his little fire raced away with the wind, he stepped through...
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Wine: Gems from France’s remote south west
THE most neglected wine region in France is, not surprisingly, one of its most remote. The scattered band of appellations nestled in the far south west corner of France is known locally as the “high...
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Ebola is modern Pandora’s Box
The headlines read, "2nd nurse with a low grade fever allowed aboard a commercial airline flight." As it turns out, she was one of the nurses working at a hospital in Texas where Ebola patients were...
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Every year, the Center for Art, New Ventures and Sustainable Development (CANVAS) holds the Romeo Forbes Children’s Story Writing Competition where they give writers a particular work of art to use as...
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Bay Path stumble
It seems that the fight to keep students right where they are isn't limited to the tension that exists between district schools and their charter school rivals. On Oct. 17, nine of 10 towns in the...
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Saffron, the ‘red gold’ from the mountains of Val...
Its closest cousin is the spring crocus, which appears all over the country. In the shops, Swiss saffron costs CHF28 ($29) per gram, making it the most expensive saffron in the world. Picking the pale...
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UXIZANDRE to find Aintree to his liking
... - Horse Racing Previews The young Alan King chaser goes well fresh and left-handed and conditions look near ideal in the Old Roan Chase. The Alan King trained UXIZANDRE was one of the most...
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'Science is Fun' visits Northeast
ORWELL TOWNSHIP - Holy smoking bananas! Some Northeast Bradford students saw those "smoking" bananas, besides flying marshmallows and color-changing liquids, during the "Science is Fun" program...
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Millionaires drop their home finale
The play brought the Millionaires to within just one touchdown against state-ranked Crestwood, but the Millionaires started to sputter after that, following up with two consecutive...
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Jamboree inducts Elkins musician
For the past 22 months, the show has had a local connection in the persona of Elkins resident and bass player Jim Harris. Harris has been a regular member of the Jamboree staff band, missing only two...
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Will Connor McDavid be Canada's world junior savi...
If you thought this ridiculously-skilled McDavid kid had a penchant for the spotlight by turning an October Erie-Niagara game in Buffalo into prime-time love-in known as Connor-palooza, just imagine...
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