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OCCHIPINTI: A conservation agenda for Michigan’s ...
Conservation issues are one area where the governor and state legislators could bring Michiganders back together. Michiganders are in love with their state. We love our Great Lakes, dunes, forests,...
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National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
U.S. Chamber of Commerce
This article was first published in the third-quarter 2014 edition of Personal Finance magazine. When government officials say “bring all the documentation …”, they really mean: “We challenge you to...
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Iraqi troops close to retaking refinery city - ne...
Iraqi forces continued to make progress in the city of Baiji in the north of the capital Baghdad Friday, hoping to retake it after over two weeks of fighting with the Islamic State (IS) terrorist...
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LETTERS: It is us who have taken over deer habitat
Meyers’ (Western News, Nov. 5, Near and deer) old dog having an unpleasant encounter with a deer. On the other hand, the owner’s reaction, as in so many cases of such meetings with non-domesticated...
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Getting to Zero
... near the peak of the 85-foot-tall hill, the Downtown skyline rises in blue-gray peaks on the horizon. If it weren't for the noise of the compactors squeezing the trash into the earth,...
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Arlene A. Juracek
Married, 3 children Husband - Edward Juracek 3 Adult Children - Grant, Andrea and Robert Occupation: Retired Electric Utility Executive and Registered Professional Engineer Education: Masters of...
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Illinois Institute of Technology
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Bear shootings only alternative Editor: I’d like to weigh in on the shootings of a sow bear and her three cubs at Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport. I am a hunter. I don’t hunt bear, but...
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Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport
Chatham County manager: Recorder's Court pact not...
Chatham County Manager Lee Smith does not think the county’s participation in Chatham County Recorder’s Court is working and needs a complete re-evaluation. “I think we need to reshape it entirely,”...
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Savannah Morning News
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Chatham County Recorder’s Court
Cole, Hyder, Aragon win commission seats; Burkhar...
County voters got out to the polls during this mid-term election, outpacing the current state numbers. Nearly 44 percent of the approximately 43,000 registered...
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Valencia County News-Bulletin
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ELECTION: Mann, Denver and a troubled Fuhrman up ...
Scott Mann, council members John Denver and a legally troubled Tom Fuhrman are all up for re-election in Menifee�s mayoral and city council races. Mann, who has served the city in various roles since...
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The Temecula Valley News
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Riverside County District Attorney�s office
2014 ENDORSEMENTS: Our top candidate picks and ad...
Some journalists believe newspapers should stop making endorsements to avoid some perception of bias later down the road or for other reasons. Hear directly from those seeking office via SFR’s video...
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The scope of the states’ constitutional authority...
Bradley W. Joondeph is the Inez Mabie Distinguished Professor and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at the Santa Clara University School of Law. How broad is the states’ power to impose personal...
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Maryland Court of Appeals
Santa Clara University School of Law
St. Augustine candidates talk about what they wou...
Infrastructure, better public relations and transparency are a few of the budget priorities for some St. Augustine candidates. The city recently passed a more than $56.5 million budget that some say,...
Read more at The St. Augustine Record
Mumford & Sons
Golden State Water tries to drown Claremont ballo...
Self-preservation is the most basic instinct in nature. For Golden State Water Co., it also has a price: $300,000. That's about how much the water system is spending to defeat a Claremont ballot...
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California Public Utilities Commission
Public Utilities Commission
Pacific Gas & Electric
Nelson City Council candidates share stances - Th...
Three candidates, two former mayors, are competing for two vacant seats on the Nelson City Council, which is making strides to overcome its dramatic past. David Leister, 61, served as Nelson mayor...
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Nelson City Council
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