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The Mining Journal
Michael Jules VanDammeowning and operating a business, serving as a Board of Director, supporting loc
Michael Jules VanDamme
The Mining Journal / Posted 3 days ago
owning and operating a business, serving as a Board of Director, supporting local 4-H, or participating in community service organizations. In addition to operating a 1,200 acre farm, Mike and his father, Paul VanDamme, grew Superior Frozen... Read more
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The Escanaba Daily Press
Michael Jules VanDammeowning and operating a business, serving as a board of director, supporting loc
Michael Jules VanDamme
The Escanaba Daily Press / Posted 3 days ago
owning and operating a business, serving as a board of director, supporting local 4-H, or participating in community service organizations. In addition to operating a 1,200 acre farm, Mike and his father, Paul VanDamme, grew Superior Frozen... Read more
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The Hendersonville Times-News
Introduction to women's studyretired professor of Christian Education and Bible at Presbyterian College, at
Introduction to women's study
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted 7 days ago
retired professor of Christian Education and Bible at Presbyterian College, at 10 a.m. Monday at Trinity Presbyterian Church for an introduction to the new Presbyterian Women's Horizon Study "Who Is Jesus?” Trinity Presbyterian Church is... Read more
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TribLIVE
How ‘Take Me Out to Ball Game’ became 7th-inning stapleof course, a song with the melody of a German waltz performed by, among others,
How ‘Take Me Out to Ball Game’ became 7th-inning staple
TribLIVE / Posted 10 days ago
of course, a song with the melody of a German waltz performed by, among others, Mariachi and marching bands, opera tenors, church choirs and famous people at Chicago's Wrigley Field who have sung often painfully off-key or are simply... Read more
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The New Yorker
The Legacy of Lynching, on Death Rowthe back of a local bus in 1955 set off the modern era of the civil-rights move
The Legacy of Lynching, on Death Row
The New Yorker / Posted 11 days ago
the back of a local bus in 1955 set off the modern era of the civil-rights movement. “We have reduced her activism to this celebratory tale—‘It was all great,’ ” he told me. “Here’s what most people don’t know. After the boycott was declared... Read more
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Junkee
A Group Of Pauline Hanson Supporters Impersonated Muslims And Stormed A ChurchMembers of the far-right Party for Freedom dressed in mock traditional Islamic
A Group Of Pauline Hanson Supporters Impersonated Muslims And Stormed A Church
Junkee / Posted 12 days ago
Members of the far-right Party for Freedom dressed in mock traditional Islamic clothing and gatecrashed a Sunday service at the Gosford Anglican Church over the weekend, before being booted out and heading to the pub to “celebrate”. The church was... Read more
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Hunts Post
Floral and choral tribute for Capability Brown in FenstantonHouse, Kimbolton Castle, Madingley Hall and Wimpole Hall. He died, aged 66, in
Floral and choral tribute for Capability Brown in Fenstanton
Hunts Post / Posted 15 days ago
House, Kimbolton Castle, Madingley Hall and Wimpole Hall. He died, aged 66, in February 1783, and is buried in the churchyard of Fenstanton Parish Church, and commemorated in a memorial inside the church. Ray Whitby, chairman of the... Read more
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Ipswich Star
Seafront cafes and quaint afternoon tea shops - your guide to the gastronomical delights of the Suffolk CoastWhite Lion Bar & Brasserie Bleue is inspired by a modern desire to return to si
Seafront cafes and quaint afternoon tea shops - your guide to the gastronomical delights of the Suffolk Coast
Ipswich Star / Posted 16 days ago
White Lion Bar & Brasserie Bleue is inspired by a modern desire to return to simple, ‘back to basics’ food and impeccable service, offering freshly prepared dishes in contemporary surroundings. There are few places better on The Suffolk Coast to... Read more
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WSMV Nashville
Hickman Elementary School struck by lightningplans moveDeja Vu buys Midtown building, plans move Longtime Nashville strip c
Hickman Elementary School struck by lightning
WSMV Nashville / Posted 17 days ago
plans moveDeja Vu buys Midtown building, plans move Longtime Nashville strip club Deja Vu has bought a new space on Church Street next to Hustler Hollywood, but some council members aren't welcoming it with open arms. Longtime Nashville... Read more
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WSMV Nashville
Man wanted for attacking brother-in-law arrested in Pennsylvaniaplans moveDeja Vu buys Midtown building, plans move Longtime Nashville strip c
Man wanted for attacking brother-in-law arrested in Pennsylvania
WSMV Nashville / Posted 17 days ago
plans moveDeja Vu buys Midtown building, plans move Longtime Nashville strip club Deja Vu has bought a new space on Church Street next to Hustler Hollywood, but some council members aren't welcoming it with open arms. Longtime Nashville... Read more
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WSMV Nashville
One person shot at Madison Community Centerplans moveDeja Vu buys Midtown building, plans move Longtime Nashville strip c
One person shot at Madison Community Center
WSMV Nashville / Posted 17 days ago
plans moveDeja Vu buys Midtown building, plans move Longtime Nashville strip club Deja Vu has bought a new space on Church Street next to Hustler Hollywood, but some council members aren't welcoming it with open arms. Longtime Nashville... Read more
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The Advertiser-Tribune
Eileen M. Chaneyschool teacher in Wyandot, Seneca, Sandusky and Defiance county schools for mor
Eileen M. Chaney
The Advertiser-Tribune / Posted 20 days ago
school teacher in Wyandot, Seneca, Sandusky and Defiance county schools for more than 32 years. Her celebration of life service will begin at 11 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 13, 2016, at St. John United Church of Christ, 950 Webster St., Defiance, on the... Read more
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Daily Herald
Cupich to lead end of Tranfiguration's 175th anniversary celebrationto an ethnic mix of about 2,600 families. Part of what the archbishop will hea
Cupich to lead end of Tranfiguration's 175th anniversary celebration
Daily Herald / Posted 22 days ago
to an ethnic mix of about 2,600 families. Part of what the archbishop will hear at 5 p.m. Saturday in the spacious "new" church at 348 W. Mill St. will be a collection of voices representing what this community parish is about. "We will actually... Read more
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The News and Star
Meet the couple at the heart of one of Cumbria’s longest love stories.in London Road, Carlisle. On Monday Ernest celebrated his 100th birthday with
Meet the couple at the heart of one of Cumbria’s longest love stories.
The News and Star / Posted 22 days ago
in London Road, Carlisle. On Monday Ernest celebrated his 100th birthday with Barbara by his side. The family organised a celebratory lunch at the Crown Hotel, Wetheral, with 19 family members. Ernest and Barbara have three children, five... Read more
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Boston Globe
The week aheadwww.oncesomerville.comSTEVE SMITHFolk & World JULIET SIMMONS DINALLO + STEVE M
The week ahead
Boston Globe / Posted 24 days ago
www.oncesomerville.comSTEVE SMITHFolk & World JULIET SIMMONS DINALLO + STEVE MAYONE A double-bill effort in the service of previewing new records: Simmons Dinallo will give a taste of the distinct country-soul flavor of... Read more
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Christian Today
Another gay Anglican priest marries long-term partnerAnother gay Anglican vicar has married his long-term male partner, defying the
Another gay Anglican priest marries long-term partner
Christian Today / Posted 25 days ago
Another gay Anglican vicar has married his long-term male partner, defying the Church of England's ban on clergy entering same-sex marriages. Rev Paul Collier has kept his position as priest of St Hugh's in the Diocese of Southwark after he... Read more

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