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2014/09/01 21:48
2014/09/01 21:48
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The project began last year with lines on Old Country Parrish, Rockwood and Hilldale drives, Houston and West Cleveland streets and Jerusalem Road already replaced. Work is being done in Converse...
2014/09/01 21:48
2014/09/01 21:48
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2014/08/31 14:56
2014/08/31 14:56
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AT A time when nations all over the world are getting worried about their population explosion and thus introducing various means to limit family size, it is amazing to note how we continue to value...
2014/08/31 04:30
2014/08/31 04:30
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Wayne County Airport, called Detroit Metro Airport today, was dedicated on Sept. 4, 1930. The county Board of Supervisors had issued a $2-million bond to buy a square mile of land at the corner of...
2014/08/30 18:05
2014/08/30 18:05
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As a starting point, the BYU Cougars finished nicely. After leaving so much undone last season, quarterback Taysom Hill and the BYU offense completed a significant chunk of their work Friday in a...
2014/08/26 17:10
2014/08/26 17:10
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Today is Tuesday, August 26, the 238th day of 2014. There are 127 days left in the year. Today's Highlights in History: The Kinks' single "You Really Got Me" was released in the United States by...
2014/08/26 10:39
2014/08/26 10:39
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Today: is the 238th day of 2014. There are 127 days left in the year. ^ In 1974, Charles Lindbergh — the first man to fly solo, non-stop across the Atlantic — died at his home in Hawaii at age...
2014/08/26 06:29
2014/08/26 06:29
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On this day: August 26 | News - Home On this day: August 26 Major-league baseball makes its television debut, The Beatles release "Hey Jude," women stage a nationwide strike for equality, and...
2014/08/25 20:44
2014/08/25 20:44
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A sharecropper’s daughter who broke the color barrier in aviation and a test pilot who helped lead the country into space highlight this year’s list of inductees for the San Diego Air & Space Museum’s...
2014/08/24 11:37
2014/08/24 11:37
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I don’t think today’s mothers have sewing machines, at least not the old kind made by the Singer Co. that had those treasurer chest drawers and a big metal pedal that made them sew. You might find one...
2014/08/24 01:28
2014/08/24 01:28
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The University Center at High Point University HIGH POINT, N.C. — High Point University welcomed 1,470 new students to campus Saturday during the annual Move In Day – the largest number of new...
2014/08/21 17:58
2014/08/21 17:58
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... minutes 19 seconds ago by Monica GarciaHistorical Society celebrates 150 with new exhibit TUCSON- The Arizona Historical society was established in 1864 and it's no surprise that while most of us...
2014/08/19 22:15
2014/08/19 22:15
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They're not nearly as friendly as they used to be, at least in the "What's for dinner?" department. Time was, airplane dining was a treat, the theory being that if passengers were fed tasty meals,...
2014/08/16 18:39
2014/08/16 18:39
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If a single picture is worth a thousand words, Bushkill Township author Dick Boak has plenty to say. The Martin Guitar archivist's book of nearly 200 photos, "Images of America: C.F. Martin & Co."...
2014/08/14 22:18
2014/08/14 22:18
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The Mondays Everybody hates Mondays, but will have nothing but love for THE Mondays. Starting this week, there’s a new place to see live music weekly in one of Long Island’s leading downtowns: The...
2014/08/14 15:41
2014/08/14 15:41
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Educator Patty Cooper does Chautauqua-style theater, bringing historical characters to life in portrayals that are based on extensive scholarship. Typically her performances as famous individuals such...
2014/08/13 15:19
2014/08/13 15:19
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Founded in 1904, The Explorers Club is a professional society that serves as a meeting place for explorers, scientists, and just about anyone with an interest in scientific exploration. The Explorers...
2014/08/12 23:41
2014/08/12 23:41
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... photo) The airport opened in August 1930 with a dedication celebration that included air races, aerobatics and parachuting, a visit from the Goodyear Blimp, and featuring many famous aviators of...
2014/08/12 23:40
2014/08/12 23:40
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Joe Engle, Fitz Fulton, Bill Boeing Jr., John (Jack) Dailey, Roger Schaufele, Bessie Coleman, the Ninety-Nines and WD-40 will be inducted Nov. 1 in a celebration at the museum's Pavilion of Flight in...
2014/08/12 21:05
2014/08/12 21:05
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As George W. Bush paints images of his toes in the bathtub and portraits of his beloved dog Barney, it's hard not to humanize the man. Who'd a thunk he had an artist somewhere inside him. The work is,...
2014/08/12 13:27
2014/08/12 13:27
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Watch the latest video at FoxNews.comBy Bill O'Reilly It's almost beyond belief that the USA and its Western allies have allowed a terror army to gain so much power. It's now ruling thousands,...
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