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Gilbert ‘Gil’ Lunder Jr.
Gilbert "Gil" Lunder Jr., 86, Minot, formerly of the Glenburn area, died Friday, May 17, 2013, in a Minot hospital. Gil was born Feb. 9, 1927, at Minot, the son of Lovina "Bird" (Dutter) and Gilbert...
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ENID, Okla. — BASEBALL • Enid Baseball Camp will have its 48th year of operation from 8:30-11:30 a.m. June 3-14 at David Allen Memorial Ballpark. The camp is for players ages 4-10 and has an limited...
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What's in a name? A lot.
Dark clouds — both the real and the metaphorical varieties — cast a pall Saturday over Jim Thorpe's annual birthday celebration of the borough's namesake. "Myself, my brother, my family, we are...
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The Morning Call
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Sports for West Texans, 5/19
SAN ANGELO, Texas — Sports for West Texans appears Sundays and Wednesdays. Items must be submitted in writing at least two days before publication date. Mail items to Sports for West Texans,...
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Gumbo and Art Festival Servers up Good Food for B...
There's a lot going on this weekend, and you can argue that one event had the best taste. That would be the annual Gumbo and Art Festival in Panama City Beach. Artists showed off their individual...
Read more at WMBB TV Panama City
Supervisors tap community service accounts for re...
Marin County supervisors, mounting a record "community service" spending spree as a deadline nears to use funds from their controversial discretionary accounts, handed out more than $250,000 this...
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CCHS graduates 210 seniors
Cordele — Cougar Den overflowed with family and friends of the 210 Crisp County High School graduates as they accepted their diplomas during commencement exercises Friday night. Graduates marched...
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Crisp County High School
B.E. Area making tracks to state
The Blue Earth Area Buc girls track and field team is making what appears to be its annual trek to Stillwater High School. The Bucs will make their eight straight appearance in the Class A True Team...
Read more at The Fairmont Sentinel
Stillwater High School
Cardinals reign over own invite
FAIRMONT - Both the Fairmont Cardinals
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track teams jumped out to early leads in quadrangular track action on Friday at Cardinal Track. Not even an hour rain delay could halt the...
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Kiwanis pancake breakfast coming back June 2, big...
AUBURN — After having to cancel last year due to lack of interest, the historic Kiwanis Club annual pancake breakfast is back with a roar — with help from L-A Harley bikers. The “World's Largest...
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Low Power at Avilla Weather Transmitter
Low Power at Avilla Weather TransmitterLow Power at Avilla Weather Transmitter The stability of the NOAA weather radio wxj-61 transmitter in Avilla is operating on low power and its stability is in...
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Pittsburg High School
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Accused but not charged, Rolf Harris is living a ...
AS he walked about Australia House in central London with yet another gong around his neck, Rolf Harris shook his head and smiled broadly. Put simply he said, he couldn't believe what a charmed life...
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First-year Falcons hockey club set to take flight...
Dylan Johnson's vision to create a roller hockey club that could showcase its talent not only to California, but also the entire nation, may have just come true. In just its first year of existence,...
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WAREHAM AND AREA HEALTH NOTES
Blood drives The Southcoast Blood Bank is the only blood donation venue that directly supports the South Coast communities’ blood supply. When you donate blood at a Southcoast-sponsored blood drive...
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The merry month of May
The merry month of MayPublished 11:00pm Friday, May 17, 2013 “Mugi, it’s Barbara Allen, not Barbrie Allen,” I would say. She would shake her head and keep singing of that hardhearted Barbrie...
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Military Awareness in Zanesville
The Military Family Support Group of Zanesville celebrated armed forces day by bringing awareness to military presence in our city. The group has meetings to support local people dealing with their...
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Westhill wins boys, girls city track titles
STAMFORD -- All one had to see Saturday was runners from Westhill and Stamford racing side-by-side up the stretch -- legs pumping, muscles straining -- toward the finish line to realize how meaningful...
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Celtics offer summer camp in Waltham
The Boston Celtics and Dave Cowens are once again teaming up to host seven weeks of basketball camp beginning in July. Children 10-17 can learn from some of the best camp instructors in the country...
Read more at Waltham News Tribune
16Th Annual Soap Box Derby Held at Phil Moore Park
The final races of the 16Th Annual BB&T All American Soap Box Derby were held at Phil Moore Park today. Kids ages seven to seventeen raced to be the quickest one down the hill. "I'm excited to go...
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Jimmy Savile investigator faces inquiry
Mrs Lee, who lives in Leeds, has not been suspended and there is no suggestion of wrongdoing. She is one of 14 directors of Oree Activite. Four others are former or serving police officers. She was...
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