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Commission hears from Orangeville flood victim - ...
EditorEmery County Commissioners heard from Traci Barker as she discussed flooding on her property above Orangeville. Cottonwood Creek is cutting into the banks and extending its course. It is...
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Class championships up for grabs at TNT Motor Spe...
Going into the night, Rhinelander's Cory Allen had only a 14-point lead over Eagle River's James Koga in the Pro Truck class. That means that heat race finishes will become a factor as to who wins the...
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This interactive map crams in American literature...
Wild, Cheryl Strayed The Cruise of the Rolling Junk, F. Scott Fitzgerald Rolling Nowhere: Riding the Rails With America's Hoboes, Ted
A Walk Across America, Peter Jenkins Cross Country:...
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Chicago rabbi, Torah to join national civil right...
As the Sabbath sun reaches its highest point in the sky Saturday, Chicago Rabbi Seth Limmer will shoulder a Torah and help lead a crowd across a bridge that has come to symbolize America's deepest...
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August already? Summer slipping by so quickly.
Where has the month of July gone? The month has disappeared so fast and now the month of August is here. July 31 is a special day for me — my parents were married July 31, 1937. They looked so young...
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Friday, July 31, 2015
... a.m. - 4 p.m. - Westport Historical Society - “Howard Munce at 100: A Centennial Celebration” 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. - Westport Arts Center - “Eric Fischl” 10 a.m. - Westport Library - Level Up...
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Texas Tech reviewing accusations of improper grad...
LUBBOCK — Texas Tech University is investigating allegations that the grades of several students in the Rawls College of Business were changed to unfairly improve their results and allow them to...
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Curse Inc.'s Futhead Comes to Android
Huntsville, AL (July 29, 2015) - Curse, Inc.’s Futhead.com recently introduced their premier mobile application in the Android store. The Futhead app has had a successful debut with an overall 4.7...
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These High-Quality Companies Are on Sale
Yet, even as equity-market volatility has been picking up, the stars could be aligning for what Morningstar calls wide-moat stocks--companies with sustainable competitive advantages. True, they'll...
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WJFW TV-12, WJFWDT 12.1 and Newswatch 12 - Your N...
... water fleas eat our native zooplankton, and our native zooplankton eat our algae," says Carol Warden, an Aquatic Invasive Species Specialist at the UW-Madison Trout Lake Station in Boulder...
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$825K grant to help Marlboro acquire open space p...
MARLBORO — The township is the recipient of a state Green Acres matching grant in the amount of $825,000 from the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) and the Garden State...
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Animal cruelty trial set for man who shot his dog...
LAPEER (AP) -- A Michigan judge has ordered a man to stand trial on animal cruelty charges for shooting his dog in the head with a crossbow. The dog survived. Christopher Scott's lawyer says his...
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Effort underway for diverse sports facility in Ca...
A special effort is underway by a group in Catawba County to bring more diversity to a sport that's growing in popularity in the area. It's being done at a special, one-of-a-kind facility and the...
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#NPRreads: Electric Dylan, Fracking And The Iran ...
... is a weekly feature on Twitter and on The Two-Way. The premise is simple: Correspondents, editors and producers throughout our newsroom share pieces that have kept them reading. They share...
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Nutley to employ Geese Chasers
Parks and Public Property Commissioner Mauro Tucci announced a new Nutley strategy to combat the geese population. The township has employed Geese Chasers for a 12-week minimum for $4,788 total. On...
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2001: Safe opened after 57 years
... -- This week's Throwback Thursday will definitely take us back in time. This week in 2001, a safe was opened – one that hadn't had its contents revealed in 57 years. When Joe bought a...
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Homegrown Savannah: Stylist Tavoya Conover shows ...
is a stylist who recently moved to Savannah to embark on a new business venture. Her goal was to create a career in fashion, her creative passion. She quickly saw a void when it came...
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Probus memorials enrich town's tree canopy
The Probus Club of Cobourg and District has ensured the continuing vitality and diversity of the town's tree canopy and, at the same time, honoured the memory of 71 members who have passed since...
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Dedicated volunteers provide “Lifeline” at pantry
... families is the goal for the dedicated volunteers who run the Lifeline food pantry. On a hot humid morning, the volunteers gathered at
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Clark County Municipal Court cases
CASES CALLED MONDAY INCLUDED: James H. Baker, 82, of Columbus, OVI, display of tags, marked lanes, dismissed. Raann Ranae Berry, 21, of 1530 W. Main St., child endangering, guilty, five days jail...
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