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Cape Coral Daily Breeze
Business BriefsPrado Princess Sushi by Chef Chris - sushi inside the Sunoco - has opened at 4
Business Briefs
Cape Coral Daily Breeze / Posted yesterday
Prado Princess Sushi by Chef Chris - sushi inside the Sunoco - has opened at 4715 Del Prado Blvd., in Cape Coral. Open for three weeks now, Princess Sushi by Chef Chris rolls fresh sushi every day featuring seafood from local businesses. It's... Read more
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The Mercury News
San Jose Museum of Art unveils new look after successful galaGibson — another couple that has provided generous support to the museum over t
San Jose Museum of Art unveils new look after successful gala
The Mercury News / Posted 5 days ago
Gibson — another couple that has provided generous support to the museum over the years — donated Tony Berlant‘s piece “Delta,” to the museum. Of course, they weren’t the only ones paying tribute to the Nevenses at the arty event. San Jose... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Weekly Calendar, Sept. 2565 on Grand Mesa, http://www.fs.usda.gov/goto/GMVC. Junior Scientist Academy,
Weekly Calendar, Sept. 25
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 6 days ago
65 on Grand Mesa, http://www.fs.usda.gov/goto/GMVC. Junior Scientist Academy, 6:30 p.m. Monday, Central Library, Mesa County Libraries, 443 N. Sixth St., “One of These Fish is Not Like the Other,” presented by Erick Hansen, get your hands... Read more
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The Manteca Bulletin
The need for the Board of Supervisors to get it rightthe training need to be an amateur boxer. Perhaps it’s the example provided to
The need for the Board of Supervisors to get it right
The Manteca Bulletin / Posted 10 days ago
the training need to be an amateur boxer. Perhaps it’s the example provided to him by his father who — after fighting for America — came to Stockton with the aid of the GI Bill to help feed his family and started his own business with a... Read more
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Arkansas Business
Batesville Impact Plan Living Up to Its NameWhen Californian Don Weatherman arrived at Lyon College for the first time in 1
Batesville Impact Plan Living Up to Its Name
Arkansas Business / Posted 12 days ago
When Californian Don Weatherman arrived at Lyon College for the first time in 1983, he was told that Batesville had a population of about 10,000. More than three decades later, it still does. The population may be the only thing stagnant in the seat... Read more
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Salem News
ON THE CALENDAR THIS WEEKLEETONIA Leetonia High School Class of 1962, lunch, 11:30 a.m., Three Eight De
ON THE CALENDAR THIS WEEK
Salem News / Posted 15 days ago
LEETONIA Leetonia High School Class of 1962, lunch, 11:30 a.m., Three Eight Delta Grille in Salem. Lepper Library, book sale during the Johnny Appleseed Festival, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; 330-424-3117. NEW WATERFORD Fish specials, 4-9 p.m., New Waterford... Read more
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The Mercury News
California coast: Where Obama may establish new national monumentsof an existing monument around the remote Northern Hawaiian Islands, banning co
California coast: Where Obama may establish new national monuments
The Mercury News / Posted 17 days ago
of an existing monument around the remote Northern Hawaiian Islands, banning commercial fishing and deep sea mining there forever. Now, California’s coast may be next on his list. Environmental groups and Democratic congressional leaders are... Read more
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Salem News
on the calendar this weekRoad; download the ARC Blood Donor App, visit redcrossblood.org or call 800-733
on the calendar this week
Salem News / Posted 18 days ago
Road; download the ARC Blood Donor App, visit redcrossblood.org or call 800-733-2767. HANOVERTON Reservation deadline for United Wall of Fame Banquet, 6 p.m., United High School; 330-223-2823. Classic car show, 5-8 p.m., hosted by The Cruisin... Read more
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KSWO Lawton-Wichita Falls
United Way of Stephens County Campaign kicks offDUNCAN, OK (KSWO) - Duncan High’s award-winning Demon band formed giant letters
United Way of Stephens County Campaign kicks off
KSWO Lawton-Wichita Falls / Posted 18 days ago
DUNCAN, OK (KSWO) - Duncan High’s award-winning Demon band formed giant letters U and W at midfield on the manicured turf at Halliburton Stadium Friday, saluting the United Way of Stephens County and its 14 partner agencies. Members of the... Read more
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Memphis Commercial Appeal
Crossing the Line: Lawsuits, elections and education talkA lot happening in Southaven, so let's begin there. For starters, a Memphis ph
Crossing the Line: Lawsuits, elections and education talk
Memphis Commercial Appeal / Posted 19 days ago
A lot happening in Southaven, so let's begin there. For starters, a Memphis physician and her husband sued the city and two of its police officers last week over a September 2015 traffic stop that quickly escalated out of control. Marcia Bowden and... Read more
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The Maui News
Local Briefsof the organization. The society recognizes top scholars who have demonstrated
Local Briefs
The Maui News / Posted 20 days ago
of the organization. The society recognizes top scholars who have demonstrated outstanding leadership, scholarship and community commitment. Aimee Nathan New partnership to 'Grow Some Good' A new Kihei restaurant, Fork & Salad, announced its... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Weekly Calendar, Sept. 11, 2016p.m. Sundays, through Sept. 25, downtown Palisade, produce, vendors, live music
Weekly Calendar, Sept. 11, 2016
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 20 days ago
p.m. Sundays, through Sept. 25, downtown Palisade, produce, vendors, live music, chef demo by Griff Chiono from Field to Fork, 464-5602, townofpalisade.org. Catholic Daughters of the Americas, Court Mount of the Holy Cross No. 941, 2–4 p.m., St.... Read more
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The Clarion-Ledger
John Brindley, my music manJohn Brindley is….and even though he made his last stage exit on Thursday durin
John Brindley, my music man
The Clarion-Ledger / Posted 21 days ago
John Brindley is….and even though he made his last stage exit on Thursday during what many may call “matinee time” – he is forever branded, immortalized and known as – The Music Man. The best one ever, without a doubt. But he succumbed to an... Read more
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The New Yorker
The Story of a Suicidewere Joseph and Jane Clementi. Jane Clementi, who has very straight bangs, wore
The Story of a Suicide
The New Yorker / Posted 21 days ago
were Joseph and Jane Clementi. Jane Clementi, who has very straight bangs, wore a gold crucifix. She and her husband form a tall, pale, and formidable-looking couple. Their youngest son, Tyler, had died a year earlier, and the family’s... Read more
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KSWO Lawton-Wichita Falls
United Way of Stephens County’s annual fund-raising campaignDUNCAN, OK (KSWO) - The kicks off tonight at Halliburton Stadium. With member
United Way of Stephens County’s annual fund-raising campaign
KSWO Lawton-Wichita Falls / Posted 22 days ago
DUNCAN, OK (KSWO) - The kicks off tonight at Halliburton Stadium. With members of the United Way board of directors watching, Deano Cox, external affairs manager for AT&T will present... Read more
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The Mercury News
Antioch will be singing the blues again on Sept. 17ANTIOCH — Waldie Plaza in Downtown Antioch will be singing the blues once again
Antioch will be singing the blues again on Sept. 17
The Mercury News / Posted 24 days ago
ANTIOCH — Waldie Plaza in Downtown Antioch will be singing the blues once again on Sept. 17 when the Delta Blues Festival rock and rolls into town for its 18th year. For more than seven hours music fans will get their fill of traditional and modern... Read more
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The Manteca Bulletin
ITT closes all campuses including in LathropThe only technical higher learning institute in South San Joaquin County closed
ITT closes all campuses including in Lathrop
The Manteca Bulletin / Posted 24 days ago
The only technical higher learning institute in South San Joaquin County closed its doors on Tuesday morning as part of a sweeping announcement that shuttered facilities in 38 states. The ITT Technical Institute – which operated a school in Lathrop... Read more
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The Toledo Blade
Our Towns Calendars: 9-5starts at 10 a.m. Saturday. Motorcycle show, live bands, food and drinks. An al
Our Towns Calendars: 9-5
The Toledo Blade / Posted 26 days ago
starts at 10 a.m. Saturday. Motorcycle show, live bands, food and drinks. An all day/​all-you-can-eat wristband available for $15. ● New Hope Christian Church fall rummage and bake sale, 2457 Holloway Rd., 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Sept. 16 and 9 a.m.-noon... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
Dog About Town: Grabbing a pint, visiting Lowe’s and more things to doPints for Pups and Community Beer Company are teaming up for a yappy hour featu
Dog About Town: Grabbing a pint, visiting Lowe’s and more things to do
Dallas Morning News / Posted 26 days ago
Pints for Pups and Community Beer Company are teaming up for a yappy hour featuring brews and playtime from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday at Mutts Canine Cantina, 2889 Cityplace W. Blvd. (at Oak Grove Avenue). A $10 donation to Paws in the City, which will... Read more
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York Daily Record
Moving Up for Sept. 4, 2016Pamela M. Mahoney was recently appointed as the director of information technol
Moving Up for Sept. 4, 2016
York Daily Record / Posted 27 days ago
Pamela M. Mahoney was recently appointed as the director of information technology for Reinsel Kuntz Lesher LLP (RKL), certified public accountants and consultants. As director of IT, Mahoney is responsible for the overall planning, organizing and... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Your Town, Sept. 4, 2016the consolation prize? I was going to say a firm lesson in patience and tolera
Your Town, Sept. 4, 2016
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 27 days ago
the consolation prize? I was going to say a firm lesson in patience and tolerance, but I think I’ll just take myself out for a pumpkin spice latte and call it good. HomewardBound of the Grand Valley is reaching out to the public for assistance... Read more
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Elmira Star-Gazette
NO GIVING UP: Ithaca boy's fight for life inspireswho are both Cornell University alumni, moved from Connecticut to the Town of I
NO GIVING UP: Ithaca boy's fight for life inspires
Elmira Star-Gazette / Posted 29 days ago
who are both Cornell University alumni, moved from Connecticut to the Town of Ithaca in 2012. The family moved to Ithaca for the quality of life, said Hayward. Colin Haywood Toland, his mother, Tamiko Toland, his brother, Aidan, and his father... Read more

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