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When did Black Friday start?
Black Friday has become as synonymous with Thanksgiving as pumpkin pie, but there are a lot of myths surrounding the origins of the shopping event, some even going back as far as the 1800s. Turns...
Read more at News Channel 12 New Bern
University of North Carolina
University of North Carolina
These holiday events would make even Scrooge enjo...
As the weather cools down, the lights go up and the holiday action across the Front Range picks up. You can find something seasonal to do every weekend from now until Christmas — and many days in...
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Boulder Daily Camera
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Dudrey's honored with dedication of Dudrey Agricu...
Pratt Community College will have a building dedication ceremony on Dec. 5 to honor a longtime supporter of the college and unveil the sign for the recently expanded and newly renamed Dudrey...
Read more at The Pratt Tribune
Pratt Community College
Pratt Community College
Turkey trot livens up Thanksgiving
The Palmerton Park was buzzing with energy as 583 runners and walkers registered to compete in the first Bo Tkach 5K Turkey Trot. The run got off to a rousing start at 9 a.m. on Third Street as the...
Read more at Times News
Black Friday shopping underway in RI
... Holiday shoppers checked the flyers, made their lists and when the doors opened at midnight in Rhode Island people began their search for the hottest gifts of the season. “We kind...
Read more at ABC 6 Providence
Heritage focus of final Woolwich council meeting
Independent Editor Heritage took centre stage in council chambers on Tuesday, the last council meeting of this term of Woolwich Township council. It began when Winterbourne resident Laurie Breed...
Read more at SouthwesternOntario.ca
Tyler BOE Members Vote To Fire Convicted Teacher
The special meeting was called to discuss the recommendation of Duane Dober, director of human resources for Tyler County Schools, regarding the unpaid suspension, termination and future employment of...
Read more at The Intelligencer and Wheeling News-Register
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Black Friday two-day shopping binge attracts thro...
SAN JOSE -- Shoppers poured into stores around the Bay Area on Friday, part of a shopping binge that in numerous instances began as soon as they pushed away from their Thanksgiving feasts. "The deals...
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
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Here's Why We Call It 'Black Friday'
For the average American consumer, Black Friday is the day after Thanksgiving when you can get great deals on goods that may eventually become Christmas presents. But why "Black" Friday? There are a...
Read more at Business Insider
Friday's Community Listings
MORE THAN JUST FRIDAYS: We are going to run Community Listings through the week when possible, not just Fridays. Listings are a very popular section in The Intell. YES, WE STILL HAVE GALLERY PAGES:...
Read more at Belleville Intelligencer
New Just Dance 2015 DLC Tracks Revealed
The screenshots? Nope, we don't understand them, either. The five new downloadable tracks for the motion-controlled game - available across all new- and last-gen consoles as well as PC - are: Prices...
Read more at IGN
Missing soldier honored with memorial at Harmony ...
Although Kimberly Clements, 49, of Faulkner never got to meet her uncle, U.S. Air Force Sgt. Philip W. Tilch of Silesia, she said reading letters from comrades of the missing Korean War soldier...
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Trending now: #BlackFriday
About 25 million U.S. consumers were expected to shop Thursday, slightly down from last year, according to the National Retail Federation. About 95 million are projected to converge on stores...
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National Retail Federation
Rock talk over Coquitlam River biz
A group of Pipeline Road residents fear that zoning changes to a nearby property could pave the way for cement operations on the Coquitlam River, a notion adamantly denied by the gravel and concrete...
Read more at Tri-City News
Four Danbury Teens Receive National Youth Volunte...
DANBURY, Conn. – Four local high school students were honored recently by Youth Volunteer Corps (YVC) for their service to the local YVC of Western Connecticut program. The students received the...
Read more at The Daily Voice - Danbury
Danbury High School
She was born on November 8, 1956, the daughter of Keith Wegemer and
(Armstrong) Emery. Born and raised in Emporium, she married John "Greg" Burlingame on August 23, 1980 and moved to Ridgway,...
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Rosa S. Yocum
Born Nov. 27, 1939, in Mount Union she was a daughter of the late Jackson L. and Bessie F. (Arnold) Secrest. In addition to her parents Rosa was preceded in death by: her son, Terry L. Yocum Jr., in...
Read more at The Lewistown Sentinel
DU alum Jessica Jortberg serves up kindness
It was Thanksgiving week and Jessica Jortberg was alone, feeling sorry for herself. She longed to be with her University of Denver teammates at a cross country ski training camp in Crested Butte, but...
Read more at Denver Post
University of Denver
Shopping rush is on
... really nice here. This is the way I like to shop," said New Matamoras resident Connie Shook, 65, as she meandered through Big Lots in Marietta with a printed shopping list in hand...
Read more at The Marietta Times
Conversation, music all on the menu at dinner
THANKSGIVING Conversation, music all on the menu at dinner St. Joan of Arc serves hundreds Volunteer Evelyn Schroder chats with Johnnie Boyce at the St. Joan of Arc School dinner. Abby Berger’s main...
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