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Swan Lake’s final First Friday event is Aug. 1
... 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...
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U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Community mourns death of small business champion...
... 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...
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The Middletown Press
Commissioners approve grants
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...
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Weirton Daily Times
The East Liverpool Review
Hancock County Health Department
Letters, July 25, 2014: Raising awareness about f...
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...
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Groups celebrate Colorado River Day at Gough Park...
... 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...
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First Coast Happenings
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...
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Florida State College
A look back at some columns by Randy Brown
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...
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Hopkins Creek dock divides Neptune Beach City Cou...
... 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...
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Important facts about the blue crab
... A blue crab warily approaches a scrap of meat in about five inches of water. After sampling for a moment, she settles down to serious feeding, tearing strips of flesh with her claws and...
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Florida Department of Agriculture
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Tonawanda Coke Study
... Tonawanda Health Study after the company was convicted of violating the Clean Air Act and Resource Conservation and Recovery Act. The verdict was appealed, but the UB research team is...
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School of Public Health and Health Professions
AUDITORIUM SHORES EAST LAWN RENAMING CALL FOR NOMINATIONS Have a better name than Vic Mathias Shores? Let the city know online, by phone, or in person. Parks and Recreation Department’s Annex Office,...
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Pacific Grove teacher a finalist for Presidential...
PACIFIC GROVE >> A Pacific Grove fifth-grade teacher has been nominated for a national teaching award that could net her $10,000 and an opportunity to meet President Barack Obama in Washington,...
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White House Office
Marietta Hosts Distinguished Young Women Of Georg...
Scholarship Program announced that it will welcome the Class of 2015 to Marietta this Sunday for the State Finals Week. Twenty-four young women from around the state will compete for $13,000 in...
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Pascagoula River is a South Mississippi treasure
Generations of South Mississippi families have long enjoyed it for fishing, hunting and boating. Today, a growing number of tourists, are also discovering the natural beauty of the Pascagoula River....
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... the Prime Minister: Does he stand by his statement: “We have a plan, and that plan is working for New Zealand.”? Rt Hon JOHN KEY (Prime Minister): Absolutely! Hon Member: Just a few of them. Rt...
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State of the City Address by Bais City Mayor Merc...
... First of all, let me express my appreciation to the Honorable Vice Mayor and the SP Members for holding today’s special session and inviting me to present the highlights of our executive...
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Bids and Awards Committee
Grizzly Bear 'Highway' Uncovered By Unique Resear...
... area and links this to the decreasing availability of salmon. The project demonstrates a model for resource management by indigenous people, in which research is embedded within a socially and...
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Church offers $2.2 million for Faulkner County Na...
BY TAMMY KEITH Senior Writer The Faulkner County Natural Resource Center on Amity Road in Conway, which has had dwindling occupancy since the Farm Service Agency moved out in 2012, is being sold for...
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Natural Resource Conservation Service
U.S. Department of Agriculture
Urgency water conservation ordinance, marijuana d...
LAKEPORT, Calif. – Urgency conservation ordinances for county water systems, a marijuana dispensaries ordinance and a discussion about another possible sales tax measure to support the lake will go to...
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NHCP leads nationwide Mabini at 150 celebration
April 24, 2014. Meanwhile, the “Mabini Para sa Kabataan,” a multi-learning arts activities tour for elementary students which aim to inculcate the ideals and heroism of Mabini to the youth will...
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