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2015/05/21 13:45
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Ted Meyer is the guest artist at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. If you weren't aware that medical schools had guest artists, you're not alone. But this initiative is very real, aiming to...
2015/05/21 13:45
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2015/05/21 12:51
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WASHINGTON, D.C. (NEWSCHANNEL 3) - While Michigan is working hard to close the case, lawmakers in Washington are trying to address the disturbing number of untested rape kits across the country. On...
2015/05/19 08:12
2015/05/19 08:12
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CANTON - At its recent meeting, the Canton Area School Board accepted the state's distribution of gaming funds to provide homestead/farmstead relief in the amount of $298,351. The website of the...
2015/05/13 21:13
2015/05/13 21:13
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The Niagara Health System celebrated Nursing Week in Niagara with the Nursing Awards of Excellence during a ceremony on Monday, May 12, 2015. Seven awards were given out to twelve Niagara Health...
2015/05/13 04:34
2015/05/13 04:34
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The property on East State Street owned by the Salem Art Institute, which is funded through the Salem Community Foundation, had already been damaged by falling bricks from the now demolished TanFastic...
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2015/05/11 15:37
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William E. Smith, 90, of St. Joseph, passed away Friday, May 8, 2015 at his home. William was born July 15, 1924 in Amity, Missouri to Edward and Lena (Fisher) Smith. He was employed by Swift &...
2015/05/08 16:14
2015/05/08 16:14
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Rape. As a mother about to send her only daughter off to college, this is one of my biggest fears, and it is something we all hope that our loved ones will never face. The statistics, however, are...
2015/05/07 20:11
2015/05/07 20:11
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Kthr long service KTHR recognizes long service Kelsey Trail Health Region hosted the 12th annual Long Service Recognition & Appreciation event at the Tisdale RECplex on Thursday, April 30. This...
2015/05/05 11:34
2015/05/05 11:34
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INDEPENDENT MEDIACape Town resident Mathieu Dasnois, 29, is recovering from lacerations to his hands and right foot after he was attacked by a great white shark. Durban - A swim on a reef off Port St...
2015/05/04 10:51
2015/05/04 10:51
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Coaches had filled the livestock market in Tasley before the convoy made its way to meet up with thousands of fellow Bridgnorth supporters who had travelled down by car and train. The home of English...
2015/05/01 02:26
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BERKELEY, MO (KPLR) – Chauncey Bishop stopped at the Berkeley Civic Center on Thursday to find out how to live the American Dream. “Something I can call my own,” says Bishop. “Something I can do...
2015/04/30 16:55
2015/04/30 16:55
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Your guide to North Somerset Arts Week Cora Stock, Clive Hammond-Lovatt, Sue Hammond-Lovatt, Margaret Micklewright of Claverham MORE than 300 artists from across the district are coming together for...
2015/04/27 15:56
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The towns intend to ask the county's state legislators to see if the General Assembly can "enact legislation to provide immunity or otherwise limit the liability of beach towns who provide lifeguard...
2015/04/27 05:13
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Fort Museum opening weekendSat, May 2, 2015 @ 9:00AM The Fort Museum opening weekend will be held 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. May 2 at the Fort Museum, 1 Museum Road Cost: Adults, $7; Children ages 5 to 17,...
2015/04/25 00:26
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As part of National Crime Victims Week, the Butte County District Attorney's Victim/Witness Assistance Center honored two crime victims. Ten years after her son, Matthew Carrington, died during a...
2015/04/24 18:56
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CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) - Nevada Democrats say they're concerned with a proposal allocating $20 million to attract high-quality charter school operators to the state. Several Democratic lawmakers...
2015/04/24 04:34
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... my opinion, we're dealing with an unstable building that can become a hazard to the public," Fire Chief Jeff Hughes said. The former bookstore at 379 E. State St. was damaged during the...
2015/05/21 13:45
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