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Nebsi, Tuxbury earn New Milford 8-mile honors
Nearly 500 runners ages 5 to 83 kicked their heels Saturday, July 25, to participate in either the 48th annual New Milford 8-mile road race or the 13th annual Village Fair Days 5K. Mother Nature...
Read more at The Greater New Milford Spectrum
Bake Off a huge success as Same Same reigns supre...
Midsumma’s Pride March Bake Off was a huge success on Sunday, topping last year’s fundraising total with $3,876 raised. Same Same continuing our winning streak – our entry was named the best looking...
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Country Women’s Association
Ring and Ride is lovin’ McDonald’s support
Ring and Ride is lovin’ McDonald’s support Go North Devon's Terry Chapple and Jan Lewis with Mcdonald's franchisee
(centre) A local McDonald’s franchisee is leading the way in sponsoring...
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All four Lee County constable races are contested
TUPELO – Eleven people are running for four Lee County constable positions in the upcoming elections. Two of the races will be settled in the Republican primary, possibly through a runoff. The two...
Read more at Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Ted Heath: Visiting the home of the first state-e...
Looking at them, you suddenly realise is how different their backgrounds were from his. All except one – Churchill, the old Harrovian aristocrat – were old Etonians. Heath, the son of a maid and a...
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What lies beneath: Searching for the bones of Yar...
Archaeologists and researchers lead a dig in an empty lot at 3324 Dent Place NW to search for the remains of Yarrow Mamout, a freed slave who became a 19th-century Georgetown celebrity. (Katherine...
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Philadelphia Museum of Art
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Kenai groups prepare for potential workplace viol...
Kenai Peninsula organizations are preparing for potential active shooter situations, now viewed as a reality in Alaska. Law enforcement officers, businesses owners, and representatives from the...
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Central Peninsula Hospital
Feature: Weston Lions Club raises more than £57k ...
ExclusiveFeature: Weston Lions Club raises more than £57k in a year Lions members keeping the beer flowing. RAFFLES, race nights, fundraisers and the Real Ale Festival on Weston’s Beach Lawns have...
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Local organizations train for potential workplace...
Local organizations are preparing for potential active shooter situations, now viewed as a reality in Alaska. Law enforcement officers, local businesses owners, and representatives from the Central...
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Central Peninsula Hospital
Double Silver for SA's Lightweight Rowers
South Africa's lightweight crews bagged two silver medals at the final leg of the World Rowing Cup in Lucerne, Switzerland over the weekend. This was the country's best effort yet at the annual...
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Mansfield League round- Musselwhite tears into Gl...
Premier Section leaders Eckington pulled off a spectacular win against four-placed Glapwell in the Mansfield & District League on Sunday. Glapwell had started off well, putting on 84 for the opening...
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District 38 Little League Tourney Continues
Nate Card had the game-winning hit as Southwestern capped the day with a walk-off 7-6 victory over Falconer in seven innings. Ethan McNamara opened the bottom of the seventh inning with a double and...
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Xfest in the sunshine a big hit with the youngste...
Xfest in the sunshine a big hit with the youngsters in Shipston Battered Soul on stage at Xfest, Shipston. Picture: Chris Roberts/WiderViewPhoto.co.uk A full day of entertainment kept the youngsters...
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Letters, July 3
Cartoons can be clever, provocative, thought provoking and often agents for change. Their ability to provide a commentary that entertains is well established. Cheap laugh does no good Cartoons can...
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Undercover: news from the book world
Lessons from paper planes and hats; a writers' festival on the secret river; laughter and tears at the Russell Prize for Humour Writing. PAPER PLANES AND HATS Among the many beautiful children's...
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River Town Chronicles: ' … from my cold, dead han...
... donating them,” the librarian said as if giving away her life. I imagined her being dragged out by Digital Reader Deputies, her screams echoing NRA spokesman Charlton Heston: “I’ll give you my...
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Jim Webb Hints At Support For Radical Drug Policy...
In November 2006, a narcotics team from the Atlanta Police Department apprehended a man with a known drug history. They planted marijuana on him, then threatened to arrest him unless he gave them...
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