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Keisel, Steelers Agree to Deal
The Pittsburgh Steelers continued their flurry of mid-August activity Tuesday, coming to terms with defensive end Brett Keisel on a contract. Terms of the agreement have not been disclosed. Steelers...
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Gwinnett Daily Post
The Alliance Review
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Amazon’s awful war of words: How an iron-fisted P...
Since 1948, Highlights for Children (“Fun With a Purpose”) — a magazine most of us have only ever encountered in pediatricians’ waiting rooms — has featured a cartoon called “Goofus and Gallant.”...
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The Memphis Daily News
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Steelers Insider: Gilbert signs new contract, Kei...
The trio will be together for a few more years at least. On Tuesday, the Steelers signed Gilbert to a new six-year contract — believed to be worth $30 million —- that will keep him in Pittsburgh...
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Cost of audit for Tow Fund could double
A forensic examination of the Ogle County Sheriff’s Tow Fund may cost double the original estimate. The Ogle County Board on Tuesday authorized paying Sikich LLP, Naperville, up to $7,500 more to dig...
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Ogle County News
Seth Meyers' Emmys Nod
Jimmy Fallon's peripatetic kickoff to his 2010 Emmys hosting performance – a cameo-studded, buoyantly over-the-top version of Bruce Springsteen’s "Born to Run" – marked the moment a wide audience...
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NBC Dallas Fort Worth
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Michael Brown, Gaza and a crowd-sourced record of...
Ah, “clicktivism.” Is there a clearer shorthand intended to denote the millennial generation’s paucity of moral character? (Maybe ”selfies,” if young people can claim credit for that cultural...
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Who Wins Twitter: Quinn vs. Rauner
The Illinois governor race is growing more intense by the millisecond as Democratic incumbent Pat Quinn fends off formidable foe Bruce Rauner on the Republican side. Rauner, a multi-millionaire...
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International farm group visiting Ala
CHEROKEE, Ala. (AP) � Temperatures in the 90s didn't faze a group of overseas visitors gathered in a large shed at Isbell Farms. Some fanned themselves as they gathered in a semicircle around Neal...
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Wednesday morning one
Said Steelers G.M. Kevin
of experimenting with cameras in players’ helmets, “When we tape football, we do it from an end zone, the sideline and a high angle, and none of that is what a player...
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Where's the real value in Tesla's patent pledge?
With the much-anticipated arrival next month of electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla's Model S to Australian shores, it's a good time to revisit Tesla's pledge to freely share patents. In a short...
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Madison County Summer Meal Program is growing
Aleta Walley and Cynthia Layton looked forward to the sound of children’s voices this summer. “The lunch bus is here! The lunch bus is here!” children would shout as the two showed up on in a Madison...
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Steelers sign Gilbert to new 6-year contract
PITTSBURGH -- The Pittsburgh Steelers have signed right tackle Marcus Gilbert to a new six-year contract, locking up another player on their offensive line who had been in the final year of his...
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At BERLINDan Fallon, on the seventh hole from 108 yards, with a pitching wedge. Witnessed by Dennis Reebel and Larry Sherman. At THE HAVENStephen Lowe, on the third hole from 182 yards, with a...
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Steelers Give OT Gilbert Big Extension
It means I am locked in hopefully as a Steeler for the rest of my career. It’s a blessing to work for a great organization, the Rooney family, Kevin
and Coach (Mike) Tomlin. Just to be around...
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Young Cardinals favored to rule GMC again
Colerain High School is the heavy favorite to continue its string of football dominance in the Greater Miami Conference. Cardinals coach Tom Bolden likes the sentiment, but he’s not expecting the...
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Sadly, app gives partisanship a boost
If you’re a Republican, you might want to think twice before buying Lipton Iced Tea, and forget about Starbucks coffee. If you’re a Democrat, put down that Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup, and throw away...
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North Alabama job losses affected state unemploym...
The unemployment rate for almost every state in the U.S. went down from July of 2013 to July of this year. The lone exception is Alabama. The state's unemployment rate went from 6.5 to 7 percent over...
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Mitchell replaces fire hydrants after 13 Investig...
For months, the residents of Mitchell asked for emergency action to fix broken hydrants, but city leaders weren't acting quickly at all. It was only after a tragedy - and phone calls from residents to...
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Volunteers supply homeless with ways to beat the ...
You may not always see them, but Shoals leaders say homelessness is a growing trend in parts of
and Lauderdale County. In an effort to help those in need get back on their feet, several local...
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WSFA 12 Montgomery
WAFF 48 News Huntsville
Pittsburgh Steelers season preview: Division favo...
Change we can believe in Once tabbed as "old and slow" by Hall of Famer Warren Sapp, Pittsburgh's defense has grown faster and more dynamic with the addition of former Panthers safety Mike Mitchell,...
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