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The Hendersonville Times-News
TDA keeping current logo; discusses Ecusta Trailaway anytime soon, according to the Henderson County Tourism Development Author
TDA keeping current logo; discusses Ecusta Trail
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted 21 hours ago
away anytime soon, according to the Henderson County Tourism Development Authority. The current year-old logo, showing a a leaf, mountains and river depicted by green, brown and blue lines alongside “Hendersonville, North Carolina,” will be used... Read more
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The New Yorker
The Most Exclusive Restaurant in Americatextures. Oyster mushrooms, palate-cleansing ices (one was made of wild carrot
The Most Exclusive Restaurant in America
The New Yorker / Posted yesterday
textures. Oyster mushrooms, palate-cleansing ices (one was made of wild carrot juice, stevia tea syrup, pickled baby maple-leaf powder, violet leaves, and lichen powder), cured turkey leg, mahogany clams, lobster, prawns, swordfish ham, brined pork... Read more
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Marin Independent Journal
Marin IJ Readers’ Forum for Aug. 24and decide they don’t like their four to 40 new neighbors and all traffic and t
Marin IJ Readers’ Forum for Aug. 24
Marin Independent Journal / Posted yesterday
and decide they don’t like their four to 40 new neighbors and all traffic and the noise created by the constant sounds of leaf-blowers and loud music, so they sell everything and laugh all the way to the bank. Brilliant! People who really love... Read more
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Bolton News
Badger cull to tackle bovine TB 'to be extended'Animal rights campaigners have condemned reports that a badger cull in England
Badger cull to tackle bovine TB 'to be extended'
Bolton News / Posted yesterday
Animal rights campaigners have condemned reports that a badger cull in England is to be extended to five new areas. David Bowles, the RSPCA's head of public affairs, said the cull - an attempt by the Government to eradicate bovine tuberculosis - was... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Badger cull to tackle bovine TB 'to be extended'Animal rights campaigners have condemned reports that a badger cull in England
Badger cull to tackle bovine TB 'to be extended'
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted yesterday
Animal rights campaigners have condemned reports that a badger cull in England is to be extended to five new areas. David Bowles, the RSPCA's head of public affairs, said the cull - an attempt by the Government to eradicate bovine tuberculosis - was... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Badger cull to tackle bovine TB 'to be extended'Animal rights campaigners have condemned reports that a badger cull in England
Badger cull to tackle bovine TB 'to be extended'
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted yesterday
Animal rights campaigners have condemned reports that a badger cull in England is to be extended to five new areas. David Bowles, the RSPCA's head of public affairs, said the cull - an attempt by the Government to eradicate bovine tuberculosis - was... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Badger cull to tackle bovine TB 'to be extended'Animal rights campaigners have condemned reports that a badger cull in England
Badger cull to tackle bovine TB 'to be extended'
North-West Evening Mail / Posted yesterday
Animal rights campaigners have condemned reports that a badger cull in England is to be extended to five new areas. David Bowles, the RSPCA's head of public affairs, said the cull - an attempt by the Government to eradicate bovine tuberculosis - was... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Badger cull to tackle bovine TB 'to be extended'Animal rights campaigners have condemned reports that a badger cull in England
Badger cull to tackle bovine TB 'to be extended'
Croydon Guardian / Posted yesterday
Animal rights campaigners have condemned reports that a badger cull in England is to be extended to five new areas. David Bowles, the RSPCA's head of public affairs, said the cull - an attempt by the Government to eradicate bovine tuberculosis - was... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Badger cull to tackle bovine TB 'to be extended'Animal rights campaigners have condemned reports that a badger cull in England
Badger cull to tackle bovine TB 'to be extended'
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted yesterday
Animal rights campaigners have condemned reports that a badger cull in England is to be extended to five new areas. David Bowles, the RSPCA's head of public affairs, said the cull - an attempt by the Government to eradicate bovine tuberculosis - was... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Badger cull to tackle bovine TB 'to be extended'Animal rights campaigners have condemned reports that a badger cull in England
Badger cull to tackle bovine TB 'to be extended'
This is Oxfordshire / Posted yesterday
Animal rights campaigners have condemned reports that a badger cull in England is to be extended to five new areas. David Bowles, the RSPCA's head of public affairs, said the cull - an attempt by the Government to eradicate bovine tuberculosis - was... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Badger cull to tackle bovine TB 'to be extended'Animal rights campaigners have condemned reports that a badger cull in England
Badger cull to tackle bovine TB 'to be extended'
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted yesterday
Animal rights campaigners have condemned reports that a badger cull in England is to be extended to five new areas. David Bowles, the RSPCA's head of public affairs, said the cull - an attempt by the Government to eradicate bovine tuberculosis - was... Read more
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The News and Star
Badger cull to tackle bovine TB 'to be extended'Animal rights campaigners have condemned reports that a badger cull in England
Badger cull to tackle bovine TB 'to be extended'
The News and Star / Posted yesterday
Animal rights campaigners have condemned reports that a badger cull in England is to be extended to five new areas. David Bowles, the RSPCA's head of public affairs, said the cull - an attempt by the Government to eradicate bovine tuberculosis - was... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Badger cull to tackle bovine TB 'to be extended'Animal rights campaigners have condemned reports that a badger cull in England
Badger cull to tackle bovine TB 'to be extended'
West Moreland Gazette / Posted yesterday
Animal rights campaigners have condemned reports that a badger cull in England is to be extended to five new areas. David Bowles, the RSPCA's head of public affairs, said the cull - an attempt by the Government to eradicate bovine tuberculosis - was... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Badger cull to tackle bovine TB 'to be extended'Animal rights campaigners have condemned reports that a badger cull in England
Badger cull to tackle bovine TB 'to be extended'
Kingston Guardian / Posted yesterday
Animal rights campaigners have condemned reports that a badger cull in England is to be extended to five new areas. David Bowles, the RSPCA's head of public affairs, said the cull - an attempt by the Government to eradicate bovine tuberculosis - was... Read more
28 related stories
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Oxford Mail
Badger cull to tackle bovine TB 'to be extended'Animal rights campaigners have condemned reports that a badger cull in England
Badger cull to tackle bovine TB 'to be extended'
Oxford Mail / Posted yesterday
Animal rights campaigners have condemned reports that a badger cull in England is to be extended to five new areas. David Bowles, the RSPCA's head of public affairs, said the cull - an attempt by the Government to eradicate bovine tuberculosis - was... Read more
28 related stories
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Streatham Guardian
Badger cull to tackle bovine TB 'to be extended'Animal rights campaigners have condemned reports that a badger cull in England
Badger cull to tackle bovine TB 'to be extended'
Streatham Guardian / Posted yesterday
Animal rights campaigners have condemned reports that a badger cull in England is to be extended to five new areas. David Bowles, the RSPCA's head of public affairs, said the cull - an attempt by the Government to eradicate bovine tuberculosis - was... Read more
28 related stories
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Bury Times
Badger cull to tackle bovine TB 'to be extended'Animal rights campaigners have condemned reports that a badger cull in England
Badger cull to tackle bovine TB 'to be extended'
Bury Times / Posted yesterday
Animal rights campaigners have condemned reports that a badger cull in England is to be extended to five new areas. David Bowles, the RSPCA's head of public affairs, said the cull - an attempt by the Government to eradicate bovine tuberculosis - was... Read more
28 related stories
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Gazette
Badger cull to tackle bovine TB 'to be extended'Animal rights campaigners have condemned reports that a badger cull in England
Badger cull to tackle bovine TB 'to be extended'
Gazette / Posted yesterday
Animal rights campaigners have condemned reports that a badger cull in England is to be extended to five new areas. David Bowles, the RSPCA's head of public affairs, said the cull - an attempt by the Government to eradicate bovine tuberculosis - was... Read more
28 related stories
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guardian-series
Badger cull to tackle bovine TB 'to be extended'Animal rights campaigners have condemned reports that a badger cull in England
Badger cull to tackle bovine TB 'to be extended'
guardian-series / Posted yesterday
Animal rights campaigners have condemned reports that a badger cull in England is to be extended to five new areas. David Bowles, the RSPCA's head of public affairs, said the cull - an attempt by the Government to eradicate bovine tuberculosis - was... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Photography book The Canadians a kind of reimagining of The Americansfrom Bone Idle Books, a recently created division of the Archive of Modern Conf
Photography book The Canadians a kind of reimagining of The Americans
The Globe and Mail / Posted 2 days ago
from Bone Idle Books, a recently created division of the Archive of Modern Conflict established in the early 1990s by David Thomson, chair of Thomson Reuters Corp. and The Globe and Mail. NDP hopeful David Lewis greets bus riders in 1962.... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Bankruptcy watch2016, Chapter 7. Bridgett Annette Jackson, 1304 New York, Aug. 12, 2016, Chapt
Bankruptcy watch
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
2016, Chapter 7. Bridgett Annette Jackson, 1304 New York, Aug. 12, 2016, Chapter 13. EUDORA Rhonda Kay Ragsdale, 1681 Red Leaf Road, Aug. 12, 2016, Chapter 7. FAYETTEVILLE Charles A. and Lacey R. Patton (dba Patton Trucking), 334 W Horn St., Aug.... Read more
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The East Liverpool Review
William Elliott McEldowney, 86Flying Cross for "extraordinary achievement in combat with enemy forces." He al
William Elliott McEldowney, 86
The East Liverpool Review / Posted 4 days ago
Flying Cross for "extraordinary achievement in combat with enemy forces." He also has the Air Medal with two Oak Leaf Clusters. Like most men receiving high honors in the military, he never talked about what he did to earn the... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Erie County Real Estate TransactionsSchumacher to Dalphne M. Bell, $208,000. • 561 Cottonwood Drive, Keith J. Tatr
Erie County Real Estate Transactions
The Buffalo News / Posted 4 days ago
Schumacher to Dalphne M. Bell, $208,000. • 561 Cottonwood Drive, Keith J. Tatro; Keith Tatro; Lois Tatro; Lois V. Tatro to David D. Durno; Jaime M. Leppard, $203,000. • 65 Burgundy Terrace, Scott B. Falbo; Renee M. Root to Indrit Kormaku; Katie... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Stained glass windows, altar and pews of St. Gerard’s moved to new church in Georgiaalso acknowledged that opposition in Buffalo to moving the church would have ma
Stained glass windows, altar and pews of St. Gerard’s moved to new church in Georgia
The Buffalo News / Posted 4 days ago
also acknowledged that opposition in Buffalo to moving the church would have made it difficult. Griffith succeeded the Rev. David M. Dye, who had spearheaded the congregation’s efforts in 2008 to relocate St. Gerard. Dye retired a few months... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Commissioner for Local Govt in Ebonyi SuspendedGovernor David Umahi of Ebony has suspended the Commissioner for Local Governme
Commissioner for Local Govt in Ebonyi Suspended
AllAfrica.com / Posted 4 days ago
Governor David Umahi of Ebony has suspended the Commissioner for Local Government, Chieftaincy Matters and Rural Development, Mr Samuel Okoronkwo. Umahi, who announced the suspension when he declared open the ITF programme in Abakaliki on Saturday,... Read more
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The Daily Reckoning
How Gold Gets to US$10,000 per OunceJim Rickards himself — as well as a roster of in-the-know elites — are enacting
How Gold Gets to US$10,000 per Ounce
The Daily Reckoning / Posted 5 days ago
Jim Rickards himself — as well as a roster of in-the-know elites — are enacting with their own money right now. As David A Stockman, Former OMB Director and author of The Great Deformation writes: ‘We can’t trust the Federal Reserve to do... Read more
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Royal Oak Daily Tribune
Michigan�s Nick Carlson reaches US Amateur semifinalsCarlson said. �It was perfect. Probably the best one I�ve had all week. And the
Michigan�s Nick Carlson reaches US Amateur semifinals
Royal Oak Daily Tribune / Posted 5 days ago
Carlson said. �It was perfect. Probably the best one I�ve had all week. And then I bumped a 9-iron into the hill. I hit the leaf I was trying to hit and it took another hop and just kind of trickled right on down.� Wearing a Wolverines outfit, the... Read more
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The Oakland Press
Michigan’s Nick Carlson reaches US Amateur semifinalsCarlson said. “It was perfect. Probably the best one I’ve had all week. And the
Michigan’s Nick Carlson reaches US Amateur semifinals
The Oakland Press / Posted 5 days ago
Carlson said. “It was perfect. Probably the best one I’ve had all week. And then I bumped a 9-iron into the hill. I hit the leaf I was trying to hit and it took another hop and just kind of trickled right on down.” Wearing a Wolverines outfit, the... Read more
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The Morning Call
KFC recipe revealed? Tribune shown family scrapbook with 11 herbs and spicesHamilton and Jim Gaffigan. But, as many of us remember, the real Colonel was a
KFC recipe revealed? Tribune shown family scrapbook with 11 herbs and spices
The Morning Call / Posted 5 days ago
Hamilton and Jim Gaffigan. But, as many of us remember, the real Colonel was a bespectacled, white-haired guy named Harland David Sanders who spawned a fast-food empire. For decades, "The Colonel" was synonymous with snow-colored suits, black string... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Thinking like a desert farmer helps Maine grower cope with droughtwave. “A week ago this looked like someone sprayed them with herbicide,” said
Thinking like a desert farmer helps Maine grower cope with drought
Bangor Daily News / Posted 5 days ago
wave. “A week ago this looked like someone sprayed them with herbicide,” said farmer Ian Jerolmack, plucking off a dying leaf. “I have never seen beets that bad.” Jerolmack is grateful his plants are still alive as the crucial summer days fly... Read more
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Slate
Gord Downie and the Tragically Hip Took Canada Into Its Weird, Wild Mythos. Now They’re Saying Goodbye.return from wherever he disappeared to in those trances with wrenching tales ab
Gord Downie and the Tragically Hip Took Canada Into Its Weird, Wild Mythos. Now They’re Saying Goodbye.
Slate / Posted 7 days ago
return from wherever he disappeared to in those trances with wrenching tales about the FLQ Crisis and Attawapiskat and David Milgaard, who spent 23 years in prison for a murder nobody believed he committed. As a kid, I couldn’t make sense of... Read more
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Boston Globe
Little space, big flavors at Little Big DinerDiner — with its menu of snappy, soulful riffs on East Asian favorites — is the
Little space, big flavors at Little Big Diner
Boston Globe / Posted 8 days ago
Diner — with its menu of snappy, soulful riffs on East Asian favorites — is the kind of spot that inspires repeat visits. David Punch and his team launched the 20-seat diner in Newton Centre as an outgrowth of pop-up ramen nights at Sycamore, the... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Put these on the calendar: Can't-miss fall, spring events for ASU studentsDJs and food and drinks. The bars and restaurants near the arts venues are pack
Put these on the calendar: Can't-miss fall, spring events for ASU students
The Arizona Republic / Posted 8 days ago
DJs and food and drinks. The bars and restaurants near the arts venues are packed, and many, including the intimate Lost Leaf Bar & Gallery, hip Carly’s Bistro and funky Third Space, display works by local artists and feature live music.... Read more
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express
Man dies after vicious attack - from dog seized earlier this month but RELEASEDconcerns it was dangerous. The man was treated at the scenebut later died in h
Man dies after vicious attack - from dog seized earlier this month but RELEASED
express / Posted 8 days ago
concerns it was dangerous. The man was treated at the scenebut later died in hospital The 52-year-old - named locally as David - was walking his Yorkshire Terrier near his home in Riddings Road, Huddersfield, yesterday morning when the attack... Read more
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Arkansas Times
Lively debate at Arkansas State University over chancellor upheavalthat person or those people in positions of authority does not inspire confiden
Lively debate at Arkansas State University over chancellor upheaval
Arkansas Times / Posted 8 days ago
that person or those people in positions of authority does not inspire confidence that we have really turned over a new leaf. * The proposed search process sounds worryingly like a repeat of the last one. Asking the committee to vote on and... Read more
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The Atlantic
When Parks Were RadicalFlorence’s Cascine park, and St. Petersburg’s pristine summer gardens, of which
When Parks Were Radical
The Atlantic / Posted 8 days ago
Florence’s Cascine park, and St. Petersburg’s pristine summer gardens, of which it was said that “a policeman watches every leaf to catch it, if it falls, before it reaches the ground.” The St. Petersburg gardens were the apotheosis of a sensibility... Read more
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Bennington Banner
Test of time: 2 almanacs celebrate milestone anniversariesplant farm in addition to growing produce for himself in southeastern Wisconsin
Test of time: 2 almanacs celebrate milestone anniversaries
Bennington Banner / Posted 8 days ago
plant farm in addition to growing produce for himself in southeastern Wisconsin. The Farmers' Almanac was founded by David Young in New Jersey, and it never missed a beat when it moved to Maine in 1955. The Old Farmer's Almanac, believed to... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
'Living Legends' Lives Up to Its Billingwho also came to be known by the same title - are celebrated. If you go to Eng
'Living Legends' Lives Up to Its Billing
AllAfrica.com / Posted 8 days ago
who also came to be known by the same title - are celebrated. If you go to England, Queen Elizabeth and footballer David Beckham among others are held in high esteem while in United States, television actors, business moguls, scientists and... Read more
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TribLIVE
Fresh raspberries can be used in a variety of disheschefs can help prepare. Plus we have a new dressing to add to the refrigerator
Fresh raspberries can be used in a variety of dishes
TribLIVE / Posted 9 days ago
chefs can help prepare. Plus we have a new dressing to add to the refrigerator collection. 4 cups washed and torn red leaf lettuce leaves 1 cup fresh raspberries, rinsed and dried on paper towels 1 avocado, peeled and cubed 4 kiwifruit,... Read more
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Billboard
The Tragically Hip Feel the Canadian Love at Last of 3 Toronto Concertsplayed three sold-out shows at the 7,000-capacity Ontario Place Forum in ’91 an
The Tragically Hip Feel the Canadian Love at Last of 3 Toronto Concerts
Billboard / Posted 9 days ago
played three sold-out shows at the 7,000-capacity Ontario Place Forum in ’91 and then eventually on to the legendary Maple Leaf Gardens arena in ’95. They were the first band to ever play the Air Canada Centre when it opened in 1999, and this... Read more
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The Sault Star
Man lost in Lake Superior rememberedis being remembered as a loving brother and son who enjoyed being with family a
Man lost in Lake Superior remembered
The Sault Star / Posted 9 days ago
is being remembered as a loving brother and son who enjoyed being with family and for rooting for the Toronto Maple Leafs. The OPP has scaled back its search for Dewayne Shreve, 25, of Goulais Township. Shreve fell in the water on Aug. 4... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Missing man was loving brother and sonis being remembered as a loving brother and son who enjoyed being with family a
Missing man was loving brother and son
Chatham Daily News / Posted 9 days ago
is being remembered as a loving brother and son who enjoyed being with family and for rooting for the Toronto Maple Leafs. The OPP has scaled back its search for Dewayne Shreve, 25, of Goulais Township, located about 45 minutes from Sault... Read more
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Evening Standard
An African afternoon tea is coming to Londonhas earned itself the reputation as the one to beat. Held in the almost cartoon
An African afternoon tea is coming to London
Evening Standard / Posted 9 days ago
has earned itself the reputation as the one to beat. Held in the almost cartoonishly opulent Palm Court, which is all gold leaf and crisp linen, flowered plates and immaculate service. The food is as you’d expect – finger sandwiches, scones and... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
2 almanacs celebrate milestone anniversariesplant farm in addition to growing produce for himself in southeastern Wisconsin
2 almanacs celebrate milestone anniversaries
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
plant farm in addition to growing produce for himself in southeastern Wisconsin. The Farmers' Almanac was founded by David Young in New Jersey, and it never missed a beat when it moved to Maine in 1955. The Old Farmer's Almanac, believed to... Read more
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Daily Mail
Farmers' Almanac predicts 'teeth shattering' winter on 200 anniversaryplant farm in addition to growing produce for himself in southeastern Wisconsin
Farmers' Almanac predicts 'teeth shattering' winter on 200 anniversary
Daily Mail / Posted 10 days ago
plant farm in addition to growing produce for himself in southeastern Wisconsin. The Farmers' Almanac was founded by David Young in New Jersey, and it never missed a beat when it moved to Maine in 1955. The Old Farmer's Almanac, believed to... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
Test of time: 2 almanacs celebrate milestone anniversariesplant farm in addition to growing produce for himself in southeastern Wisconsin
Test of time: 2 almanacs celebrate milestone anniversaries
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 10 days ago
plant farm in addition to growing produce for himself in southeastern Wisconsin. The Farmers' Almanac was founded by David Young in New Jersey, and it never missed a beat when it moved to Maine in 1955. The Old Farmer's Almanac, believed to... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
Young Champ Foundation wants to give local kids fresh start to school year with clothes, suppliesfeel to have to go to school lacking the things you need. To give local youths
Young Champ Foundation wants to give local kids fresh start to school year with clothes, supplies
Berkshire Eagle / Posted 10 days ago
feel to have to go to school lacking the things you need. To give local youths a fresh start with the new school year, David Dias, aka DJ Young Champ, and his philanthropic Young Champ Foundation are holding a series of events to help kids get... Read more
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Vavel
Manchester City 2-1 Sunderland: What did we learn from Moyes' first competitive gamea man making his debut in the competition. Injuries to Lee Cattermole, Sebasti
Manchester City 2-1 Sunderland: What did we learn from Moyes' first competitive game
Vavel / Posted 10 days ago
a man making his debut in the competition. Injuries to Lee Cattermole, Sebastian Larsson and Jan Kirchhoff may have forced David Moyes to give Gooch his first Premier League start, but the American certainly showed why he should be involved in the... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Test of time: 2 almanacs celebrate milestone anniversariesplant farm in addition to growing produce for himself in southeastern Wisconsin
Test of time: 2 almanacs celebrate milestone anniversaries
Brandon Sun / Posted 10 days ago
plant farm in addition to growing produce for himself in southeastern Wisconsin. The Farmers' Almanac was founded by David Young in New Jersey, and it never missed a beat when it moved to Maine in 1955. The Old Farmer's Almanac, believed to... Read more
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The Maui News
State / In Briefis going to have a new leader. The current Director Rachael Wong is leaving he
State / In Brief
The Maui News / Posted 10 days ago
is going to have a new leader. The current Director Rachael Wong is leaving her post at the end of the month. Gov. David Ige said Thursday that Pankaj Bhanot will take over Sept. 1. The Department of Human Services runs the state's... Read more
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