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Students volunteer time to help Salvation Army wi...
But there are other ways to give during the holidays such as volunteering time to help others have a Merry Christmas. For the past couple of days, students from Ledford, East Davidson and North...
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Lifting the veil of secrecy around addiction
For Max*, the downward spiral of addiction started off slowly and at supposedly the most innocent of times, when he was in elementary school. He started off experimenting with tobacco and marijuana...
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Jacksonville University grads
COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES Bachelor of Arts: Dylan Henderson Bostick, Maria Dennis, Brittney Leigh DeVane, Christopher Lee Gabriel, Alexandria Tae Quinn, Abigail MacKenzie Rosenburg and J’Kera...
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Mayor resigns after police officer says mayor thr...
Mayor Dustin Bray resigned after a city police officer said Bray threatened the officer, who stopped Bray’s mother for speeding. Bray resigned just before the City Council’s regularly scheduled...
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President signs into law bipartisan legislation t...
PRESIDENT SIGNS INTO LAW BIPARTISAN LEGISLATION TO NAME GALESBURG VA CLINIC AFTER LANE EVANS Legislation Will Honor the Former Lawmaker from Illinois’ 17th Congressional District Who Championed...
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West Side News & Notes
By Staff WriterHudson sues Akron over water issues DOWNTOWN AKRON — A difference of opinion on water charges set by Akron for its City of Hudson customers has resulted in a lawsuit. The City of...
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Your Christmas needs these: DIY peppermint shot g...
These are the DIY candy cane shot glasses your Christmas Baileys is crying out for However you traditionally spend your Christmas – fighting with the family, snoozing with intermittent turkey breaks...
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Kowalski bowls 729 series at Valley Bowling Center
RIVERSIDE LANES Earlybirds: Michelle Enos 201-521, Martha Young 190-511, Della Highhouse 194-506, Kelly Martin 160-474, Ruth Champion 163-474, Lois Tannler 177-473, Blanch Swaney 177-471, Debby Lucks...
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Putin Shot Down a Plane! Putin Shot Down a " What...
Search for "Malaysian Airlines Flight 17" on the New York Times website and you'll find a page promoting three articles from July, two hyping the idea that Russia did it and one just focused on the...
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Marietta women stumble
The Pioneers held the lead for much of the first half and carried a 31-26 lead into the intermission before the 'Jackets exploded for a 35-13 run that turned a five-point Pioneer lead into a 17-point...
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Bartonville's Police Chief named to National Meda...
BARTONVILLE, Ill. -- Bartonville's Police Chief is getting more responsibility, this time at the national level. Brian Fengel has been appointed to the National Medal of Valor Review Board. The...
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Charges filed in crash that killed two Athens Cou...
Charges have been filed for vehicular homicide against the driver in a one-car crash that killed two Athens County women this past June. The two women who died in the crash, Jazmin Sloter, 26, of...
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Mason punches ticket to state
MASON, Texas - Josh Medina's proclamation to Mason — and the state — grew louder and louder until the gymnasium shook. The senior lineman chanted two words, "I believe," and when the crowd, 700...
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Walsh optimistic on Boston Olympics bid
By Gintautas Dumcius and Michael Norton STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE BOSTON -- Back from California where he helped make the pitch for Boston to host the 2024 summer Olympics, Boston Mayor Martin Walsh on...
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Middletown woman used SUV as weapon
Middletown police need help catching a woman they said is known for using her SUV as a weapon. Authorities said Nashay Powell got into a fight Friday in front of Middletown Nails in the 4400 block of...
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Book Lovers Study Club end of the year party
Members of Book Lovers Study Club were treated to an end of the year Christmas dinner at the home of Michelle Sibley. Her home was adorned with beautiful decorations for the holidays. Following dinner...
Read more at The Franklin County Times
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New director settles in at Boys and Girls Club
You could say that Scott Breed of Paris completed a circle when he was named the new director of the Boys and Girls Club of Paris in November. As a youngster, Breed was one of the charter members of...
Read more at Paris Express
Theatre Review: Caravan’s winter offering is a br...
There was a time when the Earth was troubled by great winds. On one side was the warm south wind, and the other the chilly north wind. The animal people suffered when the north wind’s demand for...
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True Drinks announces new distribution partnershi...
True Drinks announces new distribution partnership with Inland Beverage True Drinks, a healthy beverage provider with major entertainment and media company licensing agreements with Disney and Marvel...
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Virginia Lee Evan
BLUE EARTH - Virginia "Ginny" Lee Evan, age 73, of Blue Earth, passed away Monday, Dec. 15, 2014, at her home. Memorial services will be held 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 20, 2014, at Patton Funeral Home in...
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