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Deaths in Central Florida - Orlando Sentinel
RICHARD CLINTON COBB, 76, Clermont, died Tuesday. Brewer & Sons Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Clermont. PATRICIA A. MENEELIS, 74, Clermont, died Tuesday. Cremation Choices, Minneola. FLORA M....
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Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home
Warming stations keeping people alive
Warming stations keeping people alive Of course, our bone-chilling temperatures are impacting our area's homeless population. Action News spoke with a regional warming station to essentially see how...
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Union Gospel Mission
United Methodist Church
Anatomy of shutdown: How collapse of governing le...
WASHINGTON — The World War II veterans from Mississippis Gulf Coast had been planning their trip to Washingtons World War II memorial since the spring. On Oct. 1, at 7 a.m., the 91 veterans boarded...
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The Idaho Statesman
The Kansas City Star
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National Park Service
FAITH M. JOHNSON
HUMBOLDT - Faith M. Johnson, 86, of Humboldt, passed away December 3, 2013 at the Scenic Manor Care Center in Iowa Falls. Funeral services will be 2:00 p.m. Saturday, December 7, 2013 at the Faith...
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Faith United Methodist Church
Fall concert was a huge success
To the editor: Saturday, October 26th, enthusiastic pre-Halloween revelers joined us for the annual Fall Concert, benefitting Omega House. The Garden City Hot Club Steve Jones, Bob Hiltunen, Scott...
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Santa Cruz Veterans Memorial Building finally set...
SANTA CRUZ -- It's not quite in time to revisit an annual Thanksgiving dinner, but it does count as an early Christmas present. Nearly three years after the Santa Cruz Veteran's Memorial Building...
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Board of Supervisors
Hanford worker returns as new leader
Washington Closure Hanford has named Scott Sax, who has worked on some of Hanford's most challenging projects, as its new president and project manager. Sax starts work next week, replacing Carol...
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Washington River Protection Solutions
Flags Flying at Half-Staff to Honor JFK
Flags Flying at Half-Staff to Honor JFK A flag flies at half-staff over the Library of Congress� Jefferson Building to mark the 50th anniversary of John F. Kennedy�s assassination. Flags above Union...
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San Antonio Express-News
FOX 29 Philadelphia
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John F. Kennedy
Arlington National Cemetery
Staff cuts hurting, county chiefs say
Luzerne County Chief Public Defender Steven Greenwald didn’t come to Tuesday’s budget work session demanding additional workers in 2014, but he said the office is stressed providing legal...
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Tourists want to see monuments, not scaffolding
When tourists visit the Nation's Capitol, they expect to see America's most revered landmarks and monuments as is but not encased in metal cages. YNN's Geoff Bennett has more on the story. WASHINGTON...
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There'll be Hell on at the Forum on Monday
There'll be Hell on at the Forum on Monday DARLINGTON Film Club will host an evening of Hell on Monday (November 18). Two Hellraiser films will be screened at the Forum, in Borough Road, from 5pm....
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Joseph Fiorella Jr.
Joseph Fiorella Jr., 62, of 46 W. Fourth St., Celoron, died Monday, November 11, 2013, in his home. A lifelong area resident, he was born October 30, 1951, in Jamestown, a son of the late Joseph and...
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Pleasant Valley High School Class of 1963 reunites
The Pleasant Valley Class of 1963 held its 50-year class reunion Oct. 12 at the Kunkletown Rod & Gun Club. There were 48 in the graduating class. Of 43 remaining, 29 attended the reunion. After a...
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Operation Black Hills Cabin
Operation Black Hills Cabin Local News by Anya Mueller last edited on Sunday, November 10, 2013 Operation Black Hills Cabin... an all volunteer run organization which started 3 years ago. A retired...
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Prayer can cure, says preacher
A preacher whose "patients" claim his prayers can heal cancer is bringing a team of evangelists to Wellington to pray for the sick. But health authorities are warning people to approach healing...
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