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Slate
I Made Less Than $13 an Hour to Serve $13 Bud Lights at the Super Bowlto inspire us during what promises to be a very long day. The morning is clear
I Made Less Than $13 an Hour to Serve $13 Bud Lights at the Super Bowl
Slate / Posted 23 hours ago
to inspire us during what promises to be a very long day. The morning is clear and beautiful; the mood is upbeat. Many of the ushers, janitors, and food-service workers assembled here have been anticipating the game all season. But first, we... Read more
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Marshalltown Times-Republican
First legislative forum discusses education, Medicaidthe Meskwaki Settlement to Medicaid, 22 attendees sat in to listen, or ask ques
First legislative forum discusses education, Medicaid
Marshalltown Times-Republican / Posted 4 days ago
the Meskwaki Settlement to Medicaid, 22 attendees sat in to listen, or ask questions. Lynn Olberding, executive director of the Marshalltown Area Chamber of Commerce, moderated the informal one hour session. Funnel date Work in both chambers... Read more
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Garden City News
Meetings set for Seventh Street, business hub improvements | February 5, 2016held before Easter with Garden City’s new StreetScape Committee signaling a col
Meetings set for Seventh Street, business hub improvements | February 5, 2016
Garden City News / Posted 5 days ago
held before Easter with Garden City’s new StreetScape Committee signaling a collaborative spirit. Late last year the Board of Trustees began discussing its steps to further invigorate the village’s business corridors and built on positive... Read more
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Nevada Appeal
Carson City Board of Supervisors approve downtown street contractThe Carson City Board of Supervisors Thursday approved the $8.1 million contrac
Carson City Board of Supervisors approve downtown street contract
Nevada Appeal / Posted 5 days ago
The Carson City Board of Supervisors Thursday approved the $8.1 million contract to repave and redesign Carson Street through downtown. Q&D Construction will do the work as Construction Manager At-Risk. As expected, the contract was approved on a... Read more
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Pasadena Weekly
The Wage is RaisedOver objections from members of the city’s business community, the Pasadena Cit
The Wage is Raised
Pasadena Weekly / Posted 5 days ago
Over objections from members of the city’s business community, the Pasadena City Council on Monday voted unanimously to increase the minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2020. Councilwoman Margaret McAustin was absent from the meeting. “The issue has... Read more
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Kenosha News
Aldermen trade barbs during plow debateKenosha’s snow-plowing policy. All the while, Council President Daniel Prozans
Aldermen trade barbs during plow debate
Kenosha News / Posted 7 days ago
Kenosha’s snow-plowing policy. All the while, Council President Daniel Prozanski, who chaired the meeting in the absence of Mayor Keith Bosman, never ruled Alds. David Bogdala or Steve Bostrom out of order. Bogdala authored the resolution.... Read more
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Elmira Star-Gazette
Survey shows white deer herd dwindlingThe first aerial census in eight years of the herd of rare white deer living in
Survey shows white deer herd dwindling
Elmira Star-Gazette / Posted 7 days ago
The first aerial census in eight years of the herd of rare white deer living inside the fence at the former Seneca Army Depot has revealed a drastic drop in population. Dennis Money, president of Seneca White Deer Inc. (SWD), a non-profit group... Read more
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WDAM-TV Hattiesburg
Mississippi student raises nearly $3,000 for students in FlintFirst Alert Weather Team Severe weather will be sweeping the Pine Belt late Tu
Mississippi student raises nearly $3,000 for students in Flint
WDAM-TV Hattiesburg / Posted 8 days ago
First Alert Weather Team Severe weather will be sweeping the Pine Belt late Tuesday night into the early morning hours of Wednesday morning. Severe weather will be sweeping the Pine Belt late Tuesday night into the early morning hours of... Read more
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WDAM-TV Hattiesburg
WATCH ON FB LIVE: Severe weather chat with Patrick BigbieFirst Alert Weather Team Severe weather will be sweeping the Pine Belt late Tu
WATCH ON FB LIVE: Severe weather chat with Patrick Bigbie
WDAM-TV Hattiesburg / Posted 8 days ago
First Alert Weather Team Severe weather will be sweeping the Pine Belt late Tuesday night into the early morning hours of Wednesday morning. Severe weather will be sweeping the Pine Belt late Tuesday night into the early morning hours of... Read more
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The Leader-Herald
Staying PositiveStead, who gave his 24th State of the County address at the Holiday Inn, mentio
Staying Positive
The Leader-Herald / Posted 11 days ago
Stead, who gave his 24th State of the County address at the Holiday Inn, mentioned the new branding initiative for Fulton County - "Fulton County Positive" - as well as the regional branding effort with Montgomery County. He encouraged business... Read more
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WWNY - WNYF Watertown
Watertown's Jim Brett Dies At 8787. Brett died Wednesday morning at Bentley Assisted Living in Jefferson, Geor
Watertown's Jim Brett Dies At 87
WWNY - WNYF Watertown / Posted 12 days ago
87. Brett died Wednesday morning at Bentley Assisted Living in Jefferson, Georgia. Brett served on the Jefferson County Board of Supervisors from 1960 to 1974. He was a member of city council from 1976 to 1991 and from 1996 to 1999. "Mr. Brett... Read more
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San Bernardino Sun
SoCalGas CEO says utility will pay for gas leak repairs, environmental costsDennis Arriola, president and CEO of SoCalGas, met with the Los Angeles News Gr
SoCalGas CEO says utility will pay for gas leak repairs, environmental costs
San Bernardino Sun / Posted 12 days ago
Dennis Arriola, president and CEO of SoCalGas, met with the Los Angeles News Group editorial board Thursday, Jan. 28, 2016 to discuss the Porter Ranch-area gas leak at the San Gabriel Valley Tribune in Monrovia. Walt Mancini — Staff Photographer In... Read more
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Los Angeles Daily News
SoCalGas CEO says utility will pay for gas leak repairs, environmental costsDennis Arriola, president and CEO of SoCalGas, met with the Los Angeles News Gr
SoCalGas CEO says utility will pay for gas leak repairs, environmental costs
Los Angeles Daily News / Posted 12 days ago
Dennis Arriola, president and CEO of SoCalGas, met with the Los Angeles News Group editorial board Thursday, Jan. 28, 2016 to discuss the Porter Ranch-area gas leak at the San Gabriel Valley Tribune in Monrovia. Walt Mancini — Staff Photographer In... Read more
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Pasadena Weekly
Money WatchMonday The recommendation comes from the council’s Economic Development and Te
Money Watch
Pasadena Weekly / Posted 12 days ago
Monday The recommendation comes from the council’s Economic Development and Technology Committee, which approved the idea of increasing minimum wage each year to a maximum of $15 by 2020. Under the recommendation, the wage will rise to $10.50 on... Read more
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The Leader-Herald
More grant money eyedThe state's I Love NY tourism program has offered the Fulton-Montgomery Regiona
More grant money eyed
The Leader-Herald / Posted 12 days ago
The state's I Love NY tourism program has offered the Fulton-Montgomery Regional Chamber of Commerce up to $61,756 in matching funds, which is $7,845 more than expected. The 2016 county budget included up to $53,911 for I Love NY tourism promotion.... Read more
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The Leader-Herald
County takes step back in trail effortSome land owners along the rail line in the towns of Johnstown and Mayfield say
County takes step back in trail effort
The Leader-Herald / Posted 12 days ago
Some land owners along the rail line in the towns of Johnstown and Mayfield say the project probably wouldn't have happened anyway. The Board of Supervisors' Economic Development & Environment Committee endorsed a Planning Department proposal to... Read more
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Pasadena Weekly
Money WatchThe Pasadena City Council could be ready by Monday to consider recommendations
Money Watch
Pasadena Weekly / Posted 12 days ago
The Pasadena City Council could be ready by Monday to consider recommendations of its Economic Development and Technology Committee on establishing a new minimum wage for local workers. Many local residents have said they want the minimum wage to... Read more
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Inside Bay Area
San Francisco envious of Santa Clara's 'sweetheart deal'SAN FRANCISCO -- When it comes to Super Bowl 50, San Francisco wants what the c
San Francisco envious of Santa Clara's 'sweetheart deal'
Inside Bay Area / Posted 14 days ago
SAN FRANCISCO -- When it comes to Super Bowl 50, San Francisco wants what the city of Santa Clara has already received -- but it's not the game. San Francisco supervisors made a last-ditch effort Tuesday to seek the same deal Santa Clara, home to... Read more
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The Mercury News
San Francisco envious of Santa Clara's 'sweetheart deal'SAN FRANCISCO -- When it comes to Super Bowl 50, San Francisco wants what the c
San Francisco envious of Santa Clara's 'sweetheart deal'
The Mercury News / Posted 14 days ago
SAN FRANCISCO -- When it comes to Super Bowl 50, San Francisco wants what the city of Santa Clara has already received -- but it's not the game. San Francisco supervisors made a last-ditch effort Tuesday to seek the same deal Santa Clara, home to... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
San Francisco envious of Santa Clara's 'sweetheart deal'SAN FRANCISCO -- When it comes to Super Bowl 50, San Francisco wants what the c
San Francisco envious of Santa Clara's 'sweetheart deal'
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted 14 days ago
SAN FRANCISCO -- When it comes to Super Bowl 50, San Francisco wants what the city of Santa Clara has already received -- but it's not the game. San Francisco supervisors made a last-ditch effort Tuesday to seek the same deal Santa Clara, home to... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
San Francisco envious of Santa Clara's 'sweetheart deal'SAN FRANCISCO -- When it comes to Super Bowl 50, San Francisco wants what the c
San Francisco envious of Santa Clara's 'sweetheart deal'
Oakland Tribune / Posted 14 days ago
SAN FRANCISCO -- When it comes to Super Bowl 50, San Francisco wants what the city of Santa Clara has already gotten -- but it's not the game. San Francisco supervisors made a last-ditch effort Tuesday to seek the same deal Santa Clara, home to... Read more
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NBC Bay Area
Resolution Aims to Renegotiate SF's Deal with NFL for Super Bowl ExpensesNational Football League has been sacked at San Francisco's City Hall. Supervi
Resolution Aims to Renegotiate SF's Deal with NFL for Super Bowl Expenses
NBC Bay Area / Posted 14 days ago
National Football League has been sacked at San Francisco's City Hall. Supervisor Jane Kim on Tuesday requested her fellow board members to back a demand that the NFL cover any and all taxpayer dollars spent on hosting Super Bowl 50 festivities.... Read more
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Rocklin & Roseville Today
Roseville Vice Mayor Becomes SACOG Board ChairThe Sacramento Area Council of Governments (SACOG) Board of Directors swore in
Roseville Vice Mayor Becomes SACOG Board Chair
Rocklin & Roseville Today / Posted 18 days ago
The Sacramento Area Council of Governments (SACOG) Board of Directors swore in City of Roseville Vice Mayor Susan Rohan as the 2016 SACOG Board Chair and Sacramento County Supervisor Phil Serna as Board Vice Chair. "I am looking forward to leading... Read more
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Sacramento Today
SACOG Swears in New Board LeadershipSACRAMENTO - The Sacramento Area Council of Governments (SACOG) Board of Direct
SACOG Swears in New Board Leadership
Sacramento Today / Posted 18 days ago
SACRAMENTO - The Sacramento Area Council of Governments (SACOG) Board of Directors swore in City of Roseville Vice Mayor Susan Rohan as the 2016 SACOG Board Chair and Sacramento County Supervisor Phil Serna as Board Vice Chair. "I am looking forward... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Happenings, Jan. 14Beaver Meadows ■ The Knights of Columbus free throw competition will be held S
Happenings, Jan. 14
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 25 days ago
Beaver Meadows ■ The Knights of Columbus free throw competition will be held Sunday at 11 a.m. at the Eurana Park pavilion. Boys and girls 9 to 14 years old are invited to participate in the local level of competition for the event. Applications... Read more
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Pasadena Weekly
A New LowA new survey by the Pasadena Chamber of Commerce is seeking opinions on a propo
A New Low
Pasadena Weekly / Posted 26 days ago
A new survey by the Pasadena Chamber of Commerce is seeking opinions on a proposed $12.50 an hour minimum wage. The two-question survey first asks readers if they support a gradual increase to a $15 minimum wage by 2020, like ones approved by the LA... Read more
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Salem News
ON THE CALENDAR THIS WEEKsupport group meeting, 6:30 p.m., Hanoverton Christian Church, 10251 Plymouth S
ON THE CALENDAR THIS WEEK
Salem News / Posted 27 days ago
support group meeting, 6:30 p.m., Hanoverton Christian Church, 10251 Plymouth St.; 330-223-1561. LEETONIA Leetonia school board, 6:30 p.m., K-12 campus Room 20. NEW WATERFORD Wing special, 4-9 p.m., New Waterford Eagles Club. NORTH... Read more
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Mount Shasta Area Newspapers
Priorities identified for creation of Weed Disaster Resilience Plan Posted Jan. 13, 2016 at 9:25 AM Members and leaders of the city and county f
Priorities identified for creation of Weed Disaster Resilience Plan
Mount Shasta Area Newspapers / Posted 27 days ago
Posted Jan. 13, 2016 at 9:25 AM Members and leaders of the city and county forged a plan to create a stronger community during the Resilience-Weed Visioning meeting held last... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Former Amory mayor leaves lasting legacyalways genuine, evidencing such pride and love. He also loved Amory, working fo
Former Amory mayor leaves lasting legacy
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 27 days ago
always genuine, evidencing such pride and love. He also loved Amory, working for years in roles as alderman, mayor, interim chamber of commerce director and many other roles. “He has made and continues to make the city he loved better for all of... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Former Amory mayor Boozer diesalways genuine, evidencing such pride and love. He also loved Amory, working fo
Former Amory mayor Boozer dies
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 28 days ago
always genuine, evidencing such pride and love. He also loved Amory, working for years in roles as alderman, mayor, interim chamber of commerce director and many other roles. “He has made and continues to make the city he loved better for all of... Read more
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The Middletown Press
Chamber Corner: Pratt & Whitney engine delivery marks full week of activityMIDDLETOWN >> The new year 2016 is hitting its stride and the chamber calendar
Chamber Corner: Pratt & Whitney engine delivery marks full week of activity
The Middletown Press / Posted 30 days ago
MIDDLETOWN >> The new year 2016 is hitting its stride and the chamber calendar continues to be filled with events and activities. The inaugural session of the Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce First Niagara Workshop Series will Tuesday at the... Read more
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Ventura County Star
Signs honor maintenance worker killed on duty in Oak ViewView road where county maintenance worker Adan Lara was killed while on duty.
Signs honor maintenance worker killed on duty in Oak View
Ventura County Star / Posted a month ago
View road where county maintenance worker Adan Lara was killed while on duty. The green signs marking a 1.5-mile stretch of Creek Road from Highway 33 to Encino Drive advise motorists to drive safely on the Adan Lara Memorial Roadway The signs... Read more
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WVVA Bluefield
Raleigh Chamber outlines issues for legislature to tackle The Beckley-Raleigh County Chamber of Commerce has outlined key issues and ch
Raleigh Chamber outlines issues for legislature to tackle
WVVA Bluefield / Posted a month ago
The Beckley-Raleigh County Chamber of Commerce has outlined key issues and challenges that need to be addressed during the West... Read more
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The Lake County Record-Bee
Letters to the editor Jan. 9I am writing to express my appreciation for the excellent series of articles by
Letters to the editor Jan. 9
The Lake County Record-Bee / Posted a month ago
I am writing to express my appreciation for the excellent series of articles by Gene Paleno about the status of Clear Lake and surrounding territory that were published in The R-B recently. The series clearly illustrated the problems that we are... Read more

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