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2014/07/29 17:34
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... clotting." We need these fats. Also uncontested is the fact that wild fish are a limited resource. How limited? The most optimistic view I've found is from Andy Sharpless, chief executive...
2014/07/29 17:34
2014/07/29 17:34
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2014/07/29 13:37
2014/07/29 13:37
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Corey Davies issued a warning to all drivers working in and traveling through the area that law enforcement will be increasing their efforts to control the increasing commercial truck traffic...
2014/07/29 05:34
2014/07/29 05:34
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HOMEWORTH - The Columbiana County Historical Society will open its museum at 4306 Homeworth Road for visitors from 2 to 4 p.m. Aug. 3 and 10. Admission is free, however donations will be...
2014/07/29 05:23
2014/07/29 05:23
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PETERSBURG - A nonprofit group that provides health services for low-income and uninsured people has been awarded about three-quarters of a million dollars in the latest round of grants by the Cameron...
2014/07/28 17:31
2014/07/28 17:31
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Stanford University's Cantor Arts Center has acquired three significant gifts of American art, securing a solid place in the museum's permanent collection of major 20th century works. The museum has...
2014/07/28 05:42
2014/07/28 05:42
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... milo, wheat and other crops flourish in the semi-arid High Plains. Ditch water was Baker's foray into irrigation, which caused agriculture to blossom in western Kansas and shaped his...
2014/07/28 00:19
2014/07/28 00:19
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... her small community just outside Front Royal, Va. Unlike people who pay up to $2,000 for ancestral DNA tests, Amani got hers free, courtesy of biologists at the Smithsonian Conservation...
2014/07/27 17:18
2014/07/27 17:18
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... doing whatever it takes, including sending water cops through neighborhoods to look for water wasters, monitoring water meter readings for signs of toilet or faucet leakage and...
2014/07/27 05:18
2014/07/27 05:18
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... feeling the pain of a dwindling supply of water: Farmlands sit idle, jobs are lost, cities are forced to make conservation efforts and politicians grope for solutions. Beyond the rhetoric of who...
2014/07/27 05:03
2014/07/27 05:03
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Run park at 814-435-5010 Aug. 1 - 63rd annual Woodsmen's Show, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Elk Country Visitor Center, Benezette Office: 814-787-5167 July 27 - Hands-on Children's Activities, 11...
2014/07/27 05:03
2014/07/27 05:03
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... that farmers and ranchers taking the right steps to conserve valuable farm and natural resources have completed AD-1026 forms on file at their local Farm Service Agency (FSA) office,"...
2014/07/26 14:58
2014/07/26 14:58
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Get ready for the onslaught: Tens of thousands of lobster hunters from far and wide descend upon the Florida Keys this week for the annual two-day head start on commercial and regular lobster...
2014/07/25 18:39
2014/07/25 18:39
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... can take off their shoes, get in the sand, and learn about hydrology; tower tours; visitor center displays and much more. The main event will be at the outdoor Amphitheatre at 7 p.m. It will...
2014/07/25 18:36
2014/07/25 18:36
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... his hometown. Once upon a time, Hughes had commuted by bicycle from Bloomfield to Hartford for work. After a career in commercial lending, working for private banks and then the...
2014/07/25 13:43
2014/07/25 13:43
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The special projects fund covers everything from commissioners' $700,000 annual allocation for Hancock County's three cities to small requests from nonprofit organizations. Commissioner Dan...
2014/07/25 03:49
2014/07/25 03:49
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Stephanie Cross, Santa Cruz Wonderful to find out about our moon Many thanks to Deborah McArthur for her wonderfully concise and informative article about the moon. She packed a great deal of...
2014/07/24 23:56
2014/07/24 23:56
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... waterway that serves as the backbone of the West's economy and a critical drinking source for millions, according to the release. The event is being hosted by two groups, the Nuestro Rio, a...
2014/07/24 20:50
2014/07/24 20:50
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Jacksonville Beach. Contestants must be 18 or older and at least 42 inches tall. Includes prizes for first, second and third place. $10. Register by 4 p.m. (904) 246-4386 or...
2014/07/24 18:35
2014/07/24 18:35
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Former Eagle columnist and editorial page editor Randy Brown died this week. He will be greatly missed. These are some of the many columns he wrote during his 21 years at The Eagle: Columnist to...
2014/07/24 16:50
2014/07/24 16:50
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... an officer, gave campaign contributions totaling $1,000 to Wiley when he ran unsuccessfully for Neptune Beach mayor in 2008. Wiley and Grubbs each told the Times-Union that contribution has...
2014/07/29 17:34
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