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Cobb Board of Education OKs restoring 1% of pay -...
MARIETTA — The Cobb Board of Education unanimously voted Thursday to reinstate the final 1 percent of district employees’ salaries. The board also listened to more than two dozen parents denounce the...
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Hazleton Area board says no to ‘bad dirt’ bill
There’s one more load of bad
at Hazleton Area’s Maple Manor construction site, but the school board refuses to pay for it. The unsuitable soil, or “bad
” as several directors call it, is...
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The Chicago Maroon — Paralympian: “I do it to be ...
Blake Leeper prepares to enter the Gerald Ratner Athletic Center where he gave a talk on behalf of The Office of Campus and Student Life last Wednesday. United States Paralympic athlete Blake Leeper...
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In 'Force Majeure,' Society Crumbles Under An Avalanche Off to the side of the wickedly funny Swedish black comedy Force Majeure lurks a minor but significant figure with a sour, slightly saturnine...
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Royals coach fills out fancy lineup card
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Take a look around the Kansas City Royals’ dugout and it’s pretty evident: The handwriting is on the wall in this World Series. The fancy handwriting, that is. In the midst of...
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Baker Hughes investigated for dumping in Nikiski
If it hadn’t have been for the legal bull moose walking through his property, Chuck Campbell may not have discovered the deepening piles of ashy cement powder coating the trees and running off into a...
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Wives not cows: Uganda dowry fuels domestic viole...
BUKEDEA - When Ugandan farmer's daughter Rose Akurut became engaged to a man from a village far from her own, her parents could not be more thrilled. But the dowry she would bring -- cows, goats and...
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The travel paradox: finding home
No matter how many times I explain it, it doesn’t make any sense. Traveling is the most wonderful and terrifying thing in the whole world, bringing all your senses to life and shaking them at the same...
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Isolation is a tyrant, but we can confront it
We are living in what George Monbiot described in these pages last week as the age of loneliness. This is something I am pretty familiar with. For years in my thirties I was grindingly lonely. I woke...
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How to Get Rid of Pimples Fast
Pimples are a normal skin condition that affects many people. Pimples are an inflammation of the skin in which the sebaceous glands (oil glands) become infected with bacteria, swell up, and fill with...
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A sign of the sale
... Never use a yellow marker on white poster board. It may look cheery, but it looks like a pale mist as you drive by. * Use a light-colored board and black, dark blue, red or green for the...
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Drive the greatest road in the world: Romania's T...
The greatest road ... in the world! In the seminal surf movie The Endless Summer writer, director and narrator Bruce Brown said the odds of finding the perfect wave are 10 million to one. But as he...
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The Endless Summer
‘E-Team’ filmmakers on the perils and precautions...
Anna Neistat of Human Rights Watch in the film, “E-Team.” (Netflix/Netflix) Long before sneaking across borders in the Middle East or ending up near airstrikes, Katy Chevigny and Ross Kauffman shot...
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The early bird doesn't always get the worm
Last week, a flock of outdoor writers descended upon Fontana Lake Resort in celebration of the Southeastern Outdoor Press Association's 50th anniversary. Their return to their roots not only gave them...
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With Steve Nash out, plot thickens for Kobe Bryan...
With the news Thursday that Steve Nash is out for the season with a chronic back injury, the plot surrounding the Lakers and Kobe Bryant thickened considerably. Nash, 40, tried gallantly to stay on...
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Local and state leaders break ground on I-65 inte...
State and local leaders are turning
in Cullman County for an interchange that will provide direct access to I-65. Governor Robert Bentley and other elected officials attended a groundbreaking...
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Allentown ordered to pay attorney fees, interest ...
Allentown must pay attorney fees and interest in addition to a nearly $1 million verdict in favor of a road construction contractor that sued the city in 2011, a state appeals court has ruled. A...
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Peace Train: Drones increasing role in warfare
Gazing at the stars while camping at Valley View Hot Springs in the San Luis Valley recently, I mused on the fantasy that space should be the world's peaceful commons. It isn't. War has always been...
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Militia host Pioneer in playoffs on Saturday
It's playoff football, and that means it's do-or-die for the Militia if they are to continue their pursuit of the organization's first Leo Lombardi Trophy. "This ain't the best-of," Young said. "It's...
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NARRATIONAfter 1,668km of Eyre Highway, we finally made it to the other side of the Nullarbor. The Spencer Gulf - the first water we've crossed since Perth. Industry and agriculture are unfamiliar...
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