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Cold Lake Sun
City to cut gas rate, maintain electrical feesAs Cold Lake’s current gas franchise agreement will expire this October, counci
City to cut gas rate, maintain electrical fees
Cold Lake Sun / Posted yesterday
As Cold Lake’s current gas franchise agreement will expire this October, council is considering a new agreement that will drop the current fee from 13 to eight per cent. “What they’re going to see is a lower user fee. That part of your bill that is... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
Residents spar with selectmen- During a sometimes heated meeting last week selectmen defended the upcoming s
Residents spar with selectmen
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
- During a sometimes heated meeting last week selectmen defended the upcoming sale of town-owned land to a Massachusetts stone processing company. The board signed a purchase and sales agreement with Monadnock Economic Development Corp. last month... Read more
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The Daily Californian
Sugar-sweetened beverage experts discuss allocation of soda tax revenueA city-appointed commission of sugar-sweetened beverage experts met Thursday ev
Sugar-sweetened beverage experts discuss allocation of soda tax revenue
The Daily Californian / Posted 7 days ago
A city-appointed commission of sugar-sweetened beverage experts met Thursday evening at the South Berkeley Senior Center to discuss recommendations for the allocation of funds collected from a municipal “soda tax.” The Sugar-Sweetened Beverage... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Deez Nuts On Top Of Hillary ClintonOn Wednesday we documented the unlikely rise of dark horse Presidential candida
Deez Nuts On Top Of Hillary Clinton
Zero Hedge / Posted 10 days ago
On Wednesday we documented the unlikely rise of dark horse Presidential candidate "Deez Nuts" who, at last count, was polling at or near 9% in three states. Obviously, this is a story where the punchlines write themselves, and while there’s no doubt... Read more
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Memphis Commercial Appeal
Germantown looks at $12 million for school growthGermantown is prepared to begin adding capacity to its crowded schools with no
Germantown looks at $12 million for school growth
Memphis Commercial Appeal / Posted 11 days ago
Germantown is prepared to begin adding capacity to its crowded schools with no tax increase to citizens, at least until 2018. Even then, at least one alderman believes, new retail and other businesses in the city will offset the cost in increased... Read more
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TribLIVE
Ligonier Twp. supervisors retire Blek, officer’s badge numberBeloved K-9 officer Blek has been relieved from active duty after about six yea
Ligonier Twp. supervisors retire Blek, officer’s badge number
TribLIVE / Posted 12 days ago
Beloved K-9 officer Blek has been relieved from active duty after about six years of loyal service to Ligonier Township. The board of supervisors passed two resolutions Aug. 11 related to Blek and his fallen partner, Lt. Eric Eslary, formally... Read more
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WTAP Parkersburg
Recording Surfaces of Newell encouraging Flowers to leave WV.Updated 8/18/2015 11:45 P.M. Several new recordings surface on what is believe
Recording Surfaces of Newell encouraging Flowers to leave WV.
WTAP Parkersburg / Posted 13 days ago
Updated 8/18/2015 11:45 P.M. Several new recordings surface on what is believed to be the website of former Parkersburg Finance Director, Ashley Flowers. The most notable of these being a nearly 24-minute recording of a phone conversation between... Read more
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WTAP Parkersburg
More Responses Filed To Flowers SuitUpdated: 8/17/2015 5:30 P.M. There's another response to the suit filed by Par
More Responses Filed To Flowers Suit
WTAP Parkersburg / Posted 14 days ago
Updated: 8/17/2015 5:30 P.M. There's another response to the suit filed by Parkersburg's former finance director... and another request to dismiss the case. This response comes from the River City News Network, which states Ashley Flowers used the... Read more
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FOX 2 News St. Louis
St. Louis County NAACP seeking to make reforms in juvenile justice systemST. LOUIS (KTVI) – While the events of Ferguson linger in the minds of many as
St. Louis County NAACP seeking to make reforms in juvenile justice system
FOX 2 News St. Louis / Posted 22 days ago
ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – While the events of Ferguson linger in the minds of many as the one year anniversary comes to a close, the focus of what’s actually changed in the region has been brought to light. Recently the Ferguson Commission finished their... Read more
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KPLR 11 St. Louis
St. Louis County NAACP seeking to make reforms in juvenile justice systemST. LOUIS (KPLR) – While the events of Ferguson linger in the minds of many as
St. Louis County NAACP seeking to make reforms in juvenile justice system
KPLR 11 St. Louis / Posted 22 days ago
ST. LOUIS (KPLR) – While the events of Ferguson linger in the minds of many as the one year anniversary comes to a close, the focus of what’s actually changed in the region has been brought to light. Recently the Ferguson Commission finished their... Read more
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Bay News 9 Tampa Bay
Ferguson still recovering from riots one year after Michael Brown’s deathA year ago, Ferguson, Missouri, was a mostly quiet working-class suburban town.
Ferguson still recovering from riots one year after Michael Brown’s death
Bay News 9 Tampa Bay / Posted 23 days ago
A year ago, Ferguson, Missouri, was a mostly quiet working-class suburban town. The uneasy relationship between its growing black population and its mostly white police force barely registered in local headlines. Everything changed on Aug. 9, 2014,... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Aug. 6, 2015sued Colowyo Coal Mine in Craig. If they succeed, 220 miners will lose their jo
Aug. 6, 2015
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 26 days ago
sued Colowyo Coal Mine in Craig. If they succeed, 220 miners will lose their jobs and it will devastate our little town along with Meeker and surrounding areas. We are hoping to get everyone who cares about coal mining, agriculture etc., to stand... Read more
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The Huffington Post
The Ferguson Protests WorkedFERGUSON, Mo. -- Nearly a half-century ago, a University of Missouri law profes
The Ferguson Protests Worked
The Huffington Post / Posted 27 days ago
FERGUSON, Mo. -- Nearly a half-century ago, a University of Missouri law professor named T.E. Lauer issued a warning. Missouri’s network of municipal courts, he wrote, were “a modern anomaly” generally “overlooked or ignored as the misshapen... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Email letters, August 4, 2015 COGCC should consider all opinions, especially those held by majority Last f
Email letters, August 4, 2015
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 28 days ago
COGCC should consider all opinions, especially those held by majority Last fall I was invited, as a Silt area rancher and mother, to testify in front of the Governor’s oil and gas task force hearings in Rifle. I was... Read more
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WTAP Parkersburg
New Finance Director Swears InAnother step forward for Parkersburg's city government as it's finance director
New Finance Director Swears In
WTAP Parkersburg / Posted 28 days ago
Another step forward for Parkersburg's city government as it's finance director is officially sworn in Monday. Eric Jiles is no stranger to the city of Parkersburg, it's his hometown. He cares about the community, he cares about his new role and the... Read more

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