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KECI Missoula
Observation fire grows to 237 acreslightning caused fire burning ten miles south of Hamilton in the Lost Horse are
Observation fire grows to 237 acres
KECI Missoula / Posted 2 days ago
lightning caused fire burning ten miles south of Hamilton in the Lost Horse area has grown to 237 acres. The Observation Point fire began as a one-acre start on Friday afternoon, but winds fanned flames over the weekend. The fire may signal an... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Bankruptcy watch(dba Ledbetter Gold Services), 980 Monticello St., June 22, 2016, Chapter 13.
Bankruptcy watch
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
(dba Ledbetter Gold Services), 980 Monticello St., June 22, 2016, Chapter 13. CENTER RIDGE Melody Ann Cox, 28 Catholic Point Road, June 20, 2016, Chapter 7. CLARENDON Bonnie D. Statewright, 217 Karen Lane, June 22, 2016, Chapter 13. David and... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
A train ride to Bay Area bike trailsI suspect that you’d love to find a way to play around outdoors, yet simultaneo
A train ride to Bay Area bike trails
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 7 days ago
I suspect that you’d love to find a way to play around outdoors, yet simultaneously cool down a tad. Maybe you’d give extra points to any cooling excursion that grants you remarkable new vistas to contemplate. Would you not? If so, it’s your lucky... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
The costly border plan Mexico won’t discussThey made it to the fourth point before they were robbed. Heading out of the ti
The costly border plan Mexico won’t discuss
The Globe and Mail / Posted 19 days ago
They made it to the fourth point before they were robbed. Heading out of the tiny Mexican frontier town of Arriaga before dawn, the men had a map in their heads. Other migrants had described it to them; one sketched it roughly in the dirt. There were... Read more
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Corpus Christi Caller-Times
Toño's walk: A migrant's journey, a family's anguish in the Brooks County brushsecondhand from her sisters, who had talked to Toño — their nickname for their
Toño's walk: A migrant's journey, a family's anguish in the Brooks County brush
Corpus Christi Caller-Times / Posted 23 days ago
secondhand from her sisters, who had talked to Toño — their nickname for their nephew — by phone. He suspected the coyotes were affiliated with Mexico’s feared Zetas cartel. He knew the weather was bad: not stormy, but hot. At 10 a.m. Aug.... Read more
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Hartford Courant
Eight Of Connecticut's Challenging Hikesadventure in that? This hike takes visitors from the beautifully manicured gro
Eight Of Connecticut's Challenging Hikes
Hartford Courant / Posted 28 days ago
adventure in that? This hike takes visitors from the beautifully manicured grounds of Hubbard Park several miles along a trail marked with blue blazes into the 1,800-acre wilds. Yes, when you are halfway up a hill of trap rock gravel that... Read more
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Park Record
Explore Park City on two wheelsCycling season kicks off as weather warms up With mild summers, a lengthy trai
Explore Park City on two wheels
Park Record / Posted 1 months ago
Cycling season kicks off as weather warms up With mild summers, a lengthy trail system and bike lanes on many busy roads, Park City is becoming a mecca for cyclists of all kinds. Whether a rider wants to cruise downhill on a dirt trail or go for a... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
The true story of when Dennis Hopper came to Houston and nearly killed himselffilm students. One of the students in the crowd was budding Texas filmmaker Ri
The true story of when Dennis Hopper came to Houston and nearly killed himself
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 1 months ago
film students. One of the students in the crowd was budding Texas filmmaker Richard Linklater who would go on to blaze a trail of his own in cinema. He still tells the story of the night when asked at film functions. Rice film professor Brian... Read more
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Houston Chronicle
The true story of when Dennis Hopper came to Houston and nearly killed himselffilm students. One of the students in the crowd was budding Texas filmmaker Ri
The true story of when Dennis Hopper came to Houston and nearly killed himself
Houston Chronicle / Posted 1 months ago
film students. One of the students in the crowd was budding Texas filmmaker Richard Linklater who would go on to blaze a trail of his own in cinema. He still tells the story of the night when asked at film functions. Rice film professor Brian... Read more

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