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The Mining Journal
Linda Worden VanElsacker Farrellwas always a great-grandchild at the house for a weekend. In addition to her h
Linda Worden VanElsacker Farrell
The Mining Journal / Posted yesterday
was always a great-grandchild at the house for a weekend. In addition to her husband Keith, survivors include: daughter, Debbie Smith of Brampton, MI.; grandson, Nathan (Heather) Smith of Ishpeming, MI.; 5 great grandchildren, Jason, Seth,... Read more
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The Escanaba Daily Press
Linda Worden VanElsacker Farrellwas always a great-grandchild at the house for a weekend. In addition to her h
Linda Worden VanElsacker Farrell
The Escanaba Daily Press / Posted yesterday
was always a great-grandchild at the house for a weekend. In addition to her husband, Keith, survivors include: daughter, Debbie Smith of Brampton; grandson, Nathan (Heather) Smith of Ishpeming; five great-grandchildren, Jason, Seth, Hunter,... Read more
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The Escanaba Daily Press
Linda L. Farrellof Gladstone, passed away Thursday afternoon, May 26, 2016, at her residence in
Linda L. Farrell
The Escanaba Daily Press / Posted 3 days ago
of Gladstone, passed away Thursday afternoon, May 26, 2016, at her residence in Gladstone. Her husband, Keith E.; daughter, Debbie Smith; and grandson, Nathan Smith, are listed among the survivors. Funeral arrangements are incomplete at this time... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
8 p.m. update - Disturbance 'high' chance of becoming tropical stormhasn't had too much of an impact yet," he said. "But that could very well chang
8 p.m. update - Disturbance 'high' chance of becoming tropical storm
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 4 days ago
hasn't had too much of an impact yet," he said. "But that could very well change by tomorrow." In Brunswick County, Debbie Smith, mayor of Ocean Isle Beach, said that town officials have the storm on their radar screen. “We're doing what... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
3 p.m. update - Storm continues to intensifyhasn't had too much of an impact yet," he said. "But that could very well chang
3 p.m. update - Storm continues to intensify
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 4 days ago
hasn't had too much of an impact yet," he said. "But that could very well change by tomorrow."

In Brunswick County, Debbie Smith, mayor of Ocean Isle Beach, said that town officials have the storm on their radar screen.

“We're doing... Read more

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The Wilmington Star-News
3 p.m. update - Storm continues to intensifyhasn't had too much of an impact yet," he said. "But that could very well chang
3 p.m. update - Storm continues to intensify
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 4 days ago
hasn't had too much of an impact yet," he said. "But that could very well change by tomorrow."

In Brunswick County, Debbie Smith, mayor of Ocean Isle Beach, said that town officials had the storm on their radar screen.

“We're doing... Read more

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Horse and Hound
Pass Wide and Slow: riders provide training for lorry driverseducate lorry drivers to pass horses safely. A petition created by the Pass Wi
Pass Wide and Slow: riders provide training for lorry drivers
Horse and Hound / Posted 7 days ago
educate lorry drivers to pass horses safely. A petition created by the Pass Wide and Slow group, launched by Cornish rider Debbie Smith on 14 September last year, has reached over 85,000 signatures and was taken to the transport minister earlier... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Schools co-operate to manage their rollsbuilding more classrooms and shrinking enrolment zones were possible options.
Schools co-operate to manage their rolls
Otago Daily Times / Posted 8 days ago
building more classrooms and shrinking enrolment zones were possible options. However, he believed the enrolment schemes were helping schools in the area avoid those outcomes. Musselburgh School principal Debbie Smith was unavailable for co... Read more
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Western Advocate
The week that was around the region - May 16-20of the wartime art works of her niece, known at the time simply as ‘Brendorah’.
The week that was around the region - May 16-20
Western Advocate / Posted 11 days ago
of the wartime art works of her niece, known at the time simply as ‘Brendorah’. Karen is pictured, right, with the museum’s Debbie Smith and committee president Donna White. LITHGOW: Rural Fire Service Superintendent Greg Wardle on his last day in... Read more
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Daily Liberal
The week that was around the region - May 16-20of the wartime art works of her niece, known at the time simply as ‘Brendorah’.
The week that was around the region - May 16-20
Daily Liberal / Posted 11 days ago
of the wartime art works of her niece, known at the time simply as ‘Brendorah’. Karen is pictured, right, with the museum’s Debbie Smith and committee president Donna White. LITHGOW: Rural Fire Service Superintendent Greg Wardle on his last day in... Read more
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KAIT Jonesboro
Stronger language in school districts policySchool Board recently voted in a revised policy for the school district. Parag
Stronger language in school districts policy
KAIT Jonesboro / Posted 11 days ago
School Board recently voted in a revised policy for the school district. Paragould School District Superintendent Debbie Smith said there are changes related to social media, electronic communication and certain clarifications. “The... Read more
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KSLA-TV Shreveport
Stronger language in school districts policySchool Board recently voted in a revised policy for the school district. Parag
Stronger language in school districts policy
KSLA-TV Shreveport / Posted 11 days ago
School Board recently voted in a revised policy for the school district. Paragould School District Superintendent Debbie Smith said there are changes related to social media, electronic communication and certain clarifications. “The... Read more
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The North West Star
Birthday celebrationsPARTY: Jeff Bambrick and Nerida Crane. MARY POPPINS: Debbie Smith, Peter Lane
Birthday celebrations
The North West Star / Posted 14 days ago
PARTY: Jeff Bambrick and Nerida Crane. MARY POPPINS: Debbie Smith, Peter Lane and Lisa Seabourne. ONESIE: Josh Steward and Rhys Ledgard. RACEGOERS: Lynette Bambrick, Callan Crane, Natasha Horwood and Jenna Burke celebrating Rachel's 21st after a... Read more
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The Inter-Mountain
Parent upset with Upshur admittance policyApril and May. The winners are Christy Dean, teacher at Buckhannon-Upshur High
Parent upset with Upshur admittance policy
The Inter-Mountain / Posted 18 days ago
April and May. The winners are Christy Dean, teacher at Buckhannon-Upshur High School; Bryan Greene, secretary at B-UHS; Debbie Smith, receptionist at the Upshur County Board of Education, and Bob Wilmoth, principal of B-UHS. The next regular... Read more
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Northern Star
Festival showcasing all the things we love about Lennoxof the Northern Rivers Conservatorium will have plenty of talent when they perf
Festival showcasing all the things we love about Lennox
Northern Star / Posted 25 days ago
of the Northern Rivers Conservatorium will have plenty of talent when they perform at the festival for the first time. Debbie Smith, president of the Lennox Head Chamber of Commerce, is the co-ordinator of the chamber event. It’s now in its... Read more
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Northumberland Today
Northern evacuees told to stay putin their communities were shocked when late Wednesday night the fire pushed sou
Northern evacuees told to stay put
Northumberland Today / Posted 25 days ago
in their communities were shocked when late Wednesday night the fire pushed south and they became evacuees themselves. Debbie Smith, 59, opened her home in Anzac to evacuees from Fort McMurray, never thinking she would become one of them. “We... Read more
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Owen Sound Sun Times
Northern evacuees told to stay putin their communities were shocked when late Wednesday night the fire pushed sou
Northern evacuees told to stay put
Owen Sound Sun Times / Posted 25 days ago
in their communities were shocked when late Wednesday night the fire pushed south and they became evacuees themselves. Debbie Smith, 59, opened her home in Anzac to evacuees from Fort McMurray, never thinking she would become one of them. “We... Read more
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Simcoe Reformer
Feds to match donationsin their communities were shocked when late Wednesday night the fire pushed sou
Feds to match donations
Simcoe Reformer / Posted 25 days ago
in their communities were shocked when late Wednesday night the fire pushed south and they became evacuees themselves. Debbie Smith, 59, opened her home in Anzac to evacuees from Fort McMurray, never thinking she would become one of them. “We... Read more
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Barrie Examiner
Feds to match donationsin their communities were shocked when late Wednesday night the fire pushed sou
Feds to match donations
Barrie Examiner / Posted 25 days ago
in their communities were shocked when late Wednesday night the fire pushed south and they became evacuees themselves. Debbie Smith, 59, opened her home in Anzac to evacuees from Fort McMurray, never thinking she would become one of them. “We... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Feds to match donationsin their communities were shocked when late Wednesday night the fire pushed sou
Feds to match donations
Sarnia Observer / Posted 25 days ago
in their communities were shocked when late Wednesday night the fire pushed south and they became evacuees themselves. Debbie Smith, 59, opened her home in Anzac to evacuees from Fort McMurray, never thinking she would become one of them. “We... Read more
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Woodstock Sentinel-Review
Feds to match donationsin their communities were shocked when late Wednesday night the fire pushed sou
Feds to match donations
Woodstock Sentinel-Review / Posted 25 days ago
in their communities were shocked when late Wednesday night the fire pushed south and they became evacuees themselves. Debbie Smith, 59, opened her home in Anzac to evacuees from Fort McMurray, never thinking she would become one of them. “We... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
Feds to match donationsin their communities were shocked when late Wednesday night the fire pushed sou
Feds to match donations
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 25 days ago
in their communities were shocked when late Wednesday night the fire pushed south and they became evacuees themselves. Debbie Smith, 59, opened her home in Anzac to evacuees from Fort McMurray, never thinking she would become one of them. “We... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Feds to match donationsin their communities were shocked when late Wednesday night the fire pushed sou
Feds to match donations
Chatham Daily News / Posted 25 days ago
in their communities were shocked when late Wednesday night the fire pushed south and they became evacuees themselves. Debbie Smith, 59, opened her home in Anzac to evacuees from Fort McMurray, never thinking she would become one of them. “We... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
Feds to match donationsin their communities were shocked when late Wednesday night the fire pushed sou
Feds to match donations
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 25 days ago
in their communities were shocked when late Wednesday night the fire pushed south and they became evacuees themselves. Debbie Smith, 59, opened her home in Anzac to evacuees from Fort McMurray, never thinking she would become one of them. “We... Read more
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Welland Tribune
Feds to match donationsin their communities were shocked when late Wednesday night the fire pushed sou
Feds to match donations
Welland Tribune / Posted 25 days ago
in their communities were shocked when late Wednesday night the fire pushed south and they became evacuees themselves. Debbie Smith, 59, opened her home in Anzac to evacuees from Fort McMurray, never thinking she would become one of them. “We... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
Feds to match donationsin their communities were shocked when late Wednesday night the fire pushed sou
Feds to match donations
The Brantford Expositor / Posted 25 days ago
in their communities were shocked when late Wednesday night the fire pushed south and they became evacuees themselves. Debbie Smith, 59, opened her home in Anzac to evacuees from Fort McMurray, never thinking she would become one of them. “We... Read more
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Pembroke Daily Observer
Feds to match donationsin their communities were shocked when late Wednesday night the fire pushed sou
Feds to match donations
Pembroke Daily Observer / Posted 25 days ago
in their communities were shocked when late Wednesday night the fire pushed south and they became evacuees themselves. Debbie Smith, 59, opened her home in Anzac to evacuees from Fort McMurray, never thinking she would become one of them. “We... Read more
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The Sault Star
Feds to match donationsin their communities were shocked when late Wednesday night the fire pushed sou
Feds to match donations
The Sault Star / Posted 25 days ago
in their communities were shocked when late Wednesday night the fire pushed south and they became evacuees themselves. Debbie Smith, 59, opened her home in Anzac to evacuees from Fort McMurray, never thinking she would become one of them. “We... Read more
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Belleville Intelligencer
Feds to match donationsin their communities were shocked when late Wednesday night the fire pushed sou
Feds to match donations
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted 25 days ago
in their communities were shocked when late Wednesday night the fire pushed south and they became evacuees themselves. Debbie Smith, 59, opened her home in Anzac to evacuees from Fort McMurray, never thinking she would become one of them. “We... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Anzac joins Fort McMurray's exoduscommunity’s only recreation centre, which officials estimate sheltered between
Anzac joins Fort McMurray's exodus
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 25 days ago
community’s only recreation centre, which officials estimate sheltered between 2,500 and 3,000 the first night Rick and Debbie Smith, who lived in Anzac for the last 14 years, hoped Gregoire Lake would act as a buffer. They had packed emergency... Read more
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Lacombe Globe
Anzac joins Fort McMurray's exoduscommunity’s only recreation centre, which officials estimate sheltered between
Anzac joins Fort McMurray's exodus
Lacombe Globe / Posted 25 days ago
community’s only recreation centre, which officials estimate sheltered between 2,500 and 3,000 the first night Rick and Debbie Smith, who lived in Anzac for the last 14 years, hoped Gregoire Lake would act as a buffer. They had packed emergency... Read more
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Drayton Valley Western Review
Anzac joins Fort McMurray's exoduscommunity’s only recreation centre, which officials estimate sheltered between
Anzac joins Fort McMurray's exodus
Drayton Valley Western Review / Posted 25 days ago
community’s only recreation centre, which officials estimate sheltered between 2,500 and 3,000 the first night Rick and Debbie Smith, who lived in Anzac for the last 14 years, hoped Gregoire Lake would act as a buffer. They had packed emergency... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Federal government to match donations to the Red Crossin their communities were shocked when late Wednesday night the fire pushed sou
Federal government to match donations to the Red Cross
Calgary Sun / Posted 25 days ago
in their communities were shocked when late Wednesday night the fire pushed south and they became evacuees themselves. Debbie Smith, 59, opened her home in Anzac to evacuees from Fort McMurray, never thinking she would become one of them. “We... Read more
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Hinton Parklander
Anzac joins Fort McMurray's exoduscommunity’s only recreation centre, which officials estimate sheltered between
Anzac joins Fort McMurray's exodus
Hinton Parklander / Posted 25 days ago
community’s only recreation centre, which officials estimate sheltered between 2,500 and 3,000 the first night Rick and Debbie Smith, who lived in Anzac for the last 14 years, hoped Gregoire Lake would act as a buffer. They had packed emergency... Read more
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Spruce Grove Examiner
Anzac joins Fort McMurray's exoduscommunity’s only recreation centre, which officials estimate sheltered between
Anzac joins Fort McMurray's exodus
Spruce Grove Examiner / Posted 25 days ago
community’s only recreation centre, which officials estimate sheltered between 2,500 and 3,000 the first night Rick and Debbie Smith, who lived in Anzac for the last 14 years, hoped Gregoire Lake would act as a buffer. They had packed emergency... Read more
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Cold Lake Sun
Anzac joins Fort McMurray's exoduscommunity’s only recreation centre, which officials estimate sheltered between
Anzac joins Fort McMurray's exodus
Cold Lake Sun / Posted 25 days ago
community’s only recreation centre, which officials estimate sheltered between 2,500 and 3,000 the first night Rick and Debbie Smith, who lived in Anzac for the last 14 years, hoped Gregoire Lake would act as a buffer. They had packed emergency... Read more
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Strathmore Standard
Anzac joins Fort McMurray's exoduscommunity’s only recreation centre, which officials estimate sheltered between
Anzac joins Fort McMurray's exodus
Strathmore Standard / Posted 25 days ago
community’s only recreation centre, which officials estimate sheltered between 2,500 and 3,000 the first night Rick and Debbie Smith, who lived in Anzac for the last 14 years, hoped Gregoire Lake would act as a buffer. They had packed emergency... Read more
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Whitecourt Star
Anzac joins Fort McMurray's exoduscommunity’s only recreation centre, which officials estimate sheltered between
Anzac joins Fort McMurray's exodus
Whitecourt Star / Posted 25 days ago
community’s only recreation centre, which officials estimate sheltered between 2,500 and 3,000 the first night Rick and Debbie Smith, who lived in Anzac for the last 14 years, hoped Gregoire Lake would act as a buffer. They had packed emergency... Read more
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Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune
Anzac joins Fort McMurray's exoduscommunity’s only recreation centre, which officials estimate sheltered between
Anzac joins Fort McMurray's exodus
Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune / Posted 25 days ago
community’s only recreation centre, which officials estimate sheltered between 2,500 and 3,000 the first night Rick and Debbie Smith, who lived in Anzac for the last 14 years, hoped Gregoire Lake would act as a buffer. They had packed emergency... Read more
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KAIT Jonesboro
Paragould teacher is Rural Teacher of the Yearwho deserve this for their students as well. I am humbled and honored to receiv
Paragould teacher is Rural Teacher of the Year
KAIT Jonesboro / Posted a month ago
who deserve this for their students as well. I am humbled and honored to receive this," Castleberry said. Superintendent Debbie Smith told Region 8 News that Castleberry was selected as teacher of the year for Paragould last year, so Smith found... Read more
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