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iol.co.za
BHP could trim steel output, againSydney - Before BHP Billiton cut its forecast for China’s peak steel output thi
BHP could trim steel output, again
iol.co.za / Posted 5 hours ago
Sydney - Before BHP Billiton cut its forecast for China’s peak steel output this week, CEO Andrew Mackenzie said he had his people go out to count air conditioning units, calculate the depths of basements and work out the amount of steel in each... Read more
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The Pitch
The Pitch fall guide to musicSunday, September 6 KPRS 13th Annual White Linen Party, featuring Ginuwine | 7
The Pitch fall guide to music
The Pitch / Posted 2 days ago
Sunday, September 6 KPRS 13th Annual White Linen Party, featuring Ginuwine | 7 p.m. VooDoo, Harrah's Casino, 1 Riverboat Dr. Thursday, September 10 Ratatat | 8 p.m. Uptown Theater, 3700 Broadway Friday, September 11 Kelley Hunt with Julian Davis... Read more
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WAVE 3 Louisville
Some Warrick Co. residents upset over waste flow ordinanceSome people in Warrick County are still concerned about a controversial waste f
Some Warrick Co. residents upset over waste flow ordinance
WAVE 3 Louisville / Posted 2 days ago
Some people in Warrick County are still concerned about a controversial waste flow ordinance. On Tuesday, commissioners met with attorneys to help explain the plan to residents. Renewable Resources is a start-up company, based in Boonville and... Read more
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14 WFIE Evansville
Some Warrick Co. residents upset over waste flow ordinanceSome people in Warrick County are still concerned about a controversial waste f
Some Warrick Co. residents upset over waste flow ordinance
14 WFIE Evansville / Posted 2 days ago
Some people in Warrick County are still concerned about a controversial waste flow ordinance. On Tuesday, commissioners met with attorneys to help explain the plan to residents. Renewable Resources is a start-up company, based in Boonville and... Read more
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York Daily Record
How Don Gentzler of Stoverstown became friends with Ted Williams (Mike Argento column)How Don Gentzler became acquainted with Ted Williams begins with Gentzler's fat
How Don Gentzler of Stoverstown became friends with Ted Williams (Mike Argento column)
York Daily Record / Posted 2 days ago
How Don Gentzler became acquainted with Ted Williams begins with Gentzler's father, Robert. His father was a school teacher, earning $30 a month and riding his horse from his home in Stoverstown to the Stormy Hill School between Jefferson and Spring... Read more
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The Mining Journal
Late surge lifts Negaunee Oldtimers past MarquetteWith the win, Negaunee took the rubber game of the three-game summer series and
Late surge lifts Negaunee Oldtimers past Marquette
The Mining Journal / Posted 6 days ago
With the win, Negaunee took the rubber game of the three-game summer series and holds a 22-17 all-time edge over Marquette. Jim Ghiardi hit a two-run single in the decisive final inning and Negaunee scored two other runs when a throw from the... Read more
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Middletown Times Herald-Record
Reese gets 25 years to life for murder of co-worker at NYC DEP officeKINGSTON -- A stone-faced David Reese was given a maximum sentence of 25 years
Reese gets 25 years to life for murder of co-worker at NYC DEP office
Middletown Times Herald-Record / Posted 15 days ago
KINGSTON -- A stone-faced David Reese was given a maximum sentence of 25 years to life in state prison Thursday for the murder of his co-worker, Aron Thomas, though the victim's family wished even worse for him: death. With no family or friends in... Read more
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Newport News-Times
News Times Councilors OK ethics probeLINCOLN CITY � A city councilman who lost the race for mayor last fall will fil
News Times Councilors OK ethics probe
Newport News-Times / Posted 16 days ago
LINCOLN CITY � A city councilman who lost the race for mayor last fall will file a government ethics charge against the man who beat him. In a 5-0 vote Monday, the Lincoln City Council authorized Council President Roger Sprague to forward a... Read more
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Rolling Good Times
Country Music Hall of Famer, Don Williams, will perform live at Ameristar Kansas City7 August 2015 KANSAS CITY, Missouri -- (PRESS RELEASE) -- Ameristar Casino Hot
Country Music Hall of Famer, Don Williams, will perform live at Ameristar Kansas City
Rolling Good Times / Posted 20 days ago
7 August 2015 KANSAS CITY, Missouri -- (PRESS RELEASE) -- Ameristar Casino Hotel Kansas City welcomes Country Music Hall of Famer, Don Williams, to the... Read more
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NBC San Diego
Man Arrested in Pedestrian Robbery SeriesSan Diego Police arrested a man in connection with a series of pedestrian robbe
Man Arrested in Pedestrian Robbery Series
NBC San Diego / Posted 21 days ago
San Diego Police arrested a man in connection with a series of pedestrian robberies where the suspect targeted victims with cellphones. Officers identified Damar Chattman as the suspect in the July and August robberies. After searching his home,... Read more
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Red Bull
Neopop primer: 6 great RBMA Radio recordingsDon Williams The deepest of deep and dubby deep house. Did we mention it was de
Neopop primer: 6 great RBMA Radio recordings
Red Bull / Posted 22 days ago
Don Williams The deepest of deep and dubby deep house. Did we mention it was deep? Parts of this Don Williams mix are like being in suspended animation. But his mastery of texture and dynamics means that – whether it's in the shape of an... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Local golfEdgewood Ladies This week’s flight winners in the Edgewood Ladies Golf League
Local golf
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 22 days ago
Edgewood Ladies This week’s flight winners in the Edgewood Ladies Golf League were: Mary Perchak and Margaret Brown, Flight A; Bernadette Jespersen and Jane Medvecky, Flight B; Muffet Woelfel and Carol Toslosky, Flight C; and Mary Gross, Flight... Read more
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The Alliance Review
Rockin' At Main CrossingThe inaugural Main Crossing Music Festival was held Saturday to much success.
Rockin' At Main Crossing
The Alliance Review / Posted 23 days ago
The inaugural Main Crossing Music Festival was held Saturday to much success. Don Williams Sr., a former member of the Commodores, brought his band Karizma USA to the Carnation City and headlined the downtown event, which also featured music by... Read more
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Moneymanager
Companies' progress on paradeReady for action: the reporting season is likely to show profit results for the
Companies' progress on parade
Moneymanager / Posted 23 days ago
Ready for action: the reporting season is likely to show profit results for the past financial year that are much better than some gloomy forecasts. Photo: Quentin Jones If something is going to stop the sharemarket reaching 6000 points by Christmas... Read more
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Canberra Times
Companies' progress on paradeReady for action: the reporting season is likely to show profit results for the
Companies' progress on parade
Canberra Times / Posted 24 days ago
Ready for action: the reporting season is likely to show profit results for the past financial year that are much better than some gloomy forecasts. Photo: Quentin Jones If something is going to stop the sharemarket reaching 6000 points by... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Companies' progress on paradeForget the gloomy forecasts - this reporting season may bring some pleasant sur
Companies' progress on parade
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 24 days ago
Forget the gloomy forecasts - this reporting season may bring some pleasant surprises. If something is going to stop the sharemarket reaching 6000 points by Christmas it won't be this reporting season. Not that it'll be much help, mind you. But... Read more
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The Young Witness
Companies' progress on paradeForget the gloomy forecasts - this reporting season may bring some pleasant sur
Companies' progress on parade
The Young Witness / Posted 24 days ago
Forget the gloomy forecasts - this reporting season may bring some pleasant surprises. If something is going to stop the sharemarket reaching 6000 points by Christmas it won't be this reporting season. Not that it'll be much help, mind you. But... Read more
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Western Advocate
Companies' progress on paradeForget the gloomy forecasts - this reporting season may bring some pleasant sur
Companies' progress on parade
Western Advocate / Posted 24 days ago
Forget the gloomy forecasts - this reporting season may bring some pleasant surprises. If something is going to stop the sharemarket reaching 6000 points by Christmas it won't be this reporting season. Not that it'll be much help, mind you. But... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Companies' progress on paradeForget the gloomy forecasts - this reporting season may bring some pleasant sur
Companies' progress on parade
Kiama Independent / Posted 24 days ago
Forget the gloomy forecasts - this reporting season may bring some pleasant surprises. If something is going to stop the sharemarket reaching 6000 points by Christmas it won't be this reporting season. Not that it'll be much help, mind you. But... Read more
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Manning River Times
Companies' progress on paradeForget the gloomy forecasts - this reporting season may bring some pleasant sur
Companies' progress on parade
Manning River Times / Posted 24 days ago
Forget the gloomy forecasts - this reporting season may bring some pleasant surprises. If something is going to stop the sharemarket reaching 6000 points by Christmas it won't be this reporting season. Not that it'll be much help, mind you. But... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Companies' progress on paradeForget the gloomy forecasts - this reporting season may bring some pleasant sur
Companies' progress on parade
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 24 days ago
Forget the gloomy forecasts - this reporting season may bring some pleasant surprises. If something is going to stop the sharemarket reaching 6000 points by Christmas it won't be this reporting season. Not that it'll be much help, mind you. But... Read more
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The North West Star
Companies' progress on paradeForget the gloomy forecasts - this reporting season may bring some pleasant sur
Companies' progress on parade
The North West Star / Posted 24 days ago
Forget the gloomy forecasts - this reporting season may bring some pleasant surprises. If something is going to stop the sharemarket reaching 6000 points by Christmas it won't be this reporting season. Not that it'll be much help, mind you. But... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Companies' progress on paradeForget the gloomy forecasts - this reporting season may bring some pleasant sur
Companies' progress on parade
Daily Liberal / Posted 24 days ago
Forget the gloomy forecasts - this reporting season may bring some pleasant surprises. If something is going to stop the sharemarket reaching 6000 points by Christmas it won't be this reporting season. Not that it'll be much help, mind you. But... Read more
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The Border Mail
Companies' progress on paradeForget the gloomy forecasts - this reporting season may bring some pleasant sur
Companies' progress on parade
The Border Mail / Posted 24 days ago
Forget the gloomy forecasts - this reporting season may bring some pleasant surprises. If something is going to stop the sharemarket reaching 6000 points by Christmas it won't be this reporting season. Not that it'll be much help, mind you. But... Read more
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The Courier
Companies' progress on paradeForget the gloomy forecasts - this reporting season may bring some pleasant sur
Companies' progress on parade
The Courier / Posted 24 days ago
Forget the gloomy forecasts - this reporting season may bring some pleasant surprises. If something is going to stop the sharemarket reaching 6000 points by Christmas it won't be this reporting season. Not that it'll be much help, mind you. But... Read more
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The Mining Journal
Defensive gem preserves Marquette Oldtimers winNow in its 19th year, Negaunee still leads the all-time series 21-17 after the
Defensive gem preserves Marquette Oldtimers win
The Mining Journal / Posted 25 days ago
Now in its 19th year, Negaunee still leads the all-time series 21-17 after the west enders won 10-6 in Negaunee on July 8. Officials with the teams, whose players must all be at least 62 years old, are looking at possibly playing a third game later... Read more
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Freeman journal
Thanks to all who helped with Williams RAGBRAI pass-throughWords cannot express our many thanks to all those who volunteered their time as
Thanks to all who helped with Williams RAGBRAI pass-through
Freeman journal / Posted 25 days ago
Words cannot express our many thanks to all those who volunteered their time assisting with RAGBRAI?on Tuesday, July 21, 2015. On that day, thousands of riders came to visit our tiny quiet community of Williams, and thanks to everyone's efforts,... Read more
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New Jersey Herald
Hudson Valley man fit to stand trial for mom's deathKINGSTON, N.Y. (AP) - A judge has ruled that a 54-year-old Hudson Valley man is
Hudson Valley man fit to stand trial for mom's death
New Jersey Herald / Posted 27 days ago
KINGSTON, N.Y. (AP) - A judge has ruled that a 54-year-old Hudson Valley man is mentally competent to stand trial in the bludgeoning death of his 86-year-old mother. The decision was made Friday by Ulster County Judge Don Williams. Mark Carpino is... Read more
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WCAX-TV Vermont
Judge: Hudson Valley man fit to stand trial for mom's deathKINGSTON, N.Y. (AP) - A judge has ruled that a 54-year-old Hudson Valley man is
Judge: Hudson Valley man fit to stand trial for mom's death
WCAX-TV Vermont / Posted 27 days ago
KINGSTON, N.Y. (AP) - A judge has ruled that a 54-year-old Hudson Valley man is mentally competent to stand trial in the bludgeoning death of his 86-year-old mother. The decision was made Friday by Ulster County Judge Don Williams. Mark Carpino is... Read more
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The Alliance Review
Don Williams Sr. brings Karizma to Downtown Concert SeriesDon Williams Sr. brings Karizma to Downtown Concert Series Don Williams Sr. ha
Don Williams Sr. brings Karizma to Downtown Concert Series
The Alliance Review / Posted 29 days ago
Don Williams Sr. brings Karizma to Downtown Concert Series Don Williams Sr. has an unconventional relationship with the city of Alliance. So when an opportunity arose to come home, so to speak, he welcomed that opportunity. Williams and his band... Read more
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The Alliance Review
Main Crossing Music Festival set for SaturdayWhen planning for this year's summer events, members of the Downtown Special Ev
Main Crossing Music Festival set for Saturday
The Alliance Review / Posted 29 days ago
When planning for this year's summer events, members of the Downtown Special Events Commission envisioned an inclusive event that would appeal to a broad number of folks, whether through the music or the cuisine. Through a partnership with... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Loving grandfather and 'best friend' remembered at funeralIT WAS a fitting tribute to a man taken well before his time. Lindsay Ede had
Loving grandfather and 'best friend' remembered at funeral
The Daily Mercury / Posted a month ago
IT WAS a fitting tribute to a man taken well before his time. Lindsay Ede had touched a lot of hearts - as proven by the large crowd that gathered for his funeral in Goodna yesterday - but few had become as close to him as his partner of 17 years,... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Loving grandfather and 'best friend' remembered at funeralIT WAS a fitting tribute to a man taken well before his time. Lindsay Ede had
Loving grandfather and 'best friend' remembered at funeral
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted a month ago
IT WAS a fitting tribute to a man taken well before his time. Lindsay Ede had touched a lot of hearts - as proven by the large crowd that gathered for his funeral in Goodna yesterday - but few had become as close to him as his partner of 17 years,... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Loving grandfather and 'best friend' remembered at funeralIT WAS a fitting tribute to a man taken well before his time. Lindsay Ede had
Loving grandfather and 'best friend' remembered at funeral
The Morning Bulletin / Posted a month ago
IT WAS a fitting tribute to a man taken well before his time. Lindsay Ede had touched a lot of hearts - as proven by the large crowd that gathered for his funeral in Goodna yesterday - but few had become as close to him as his partner of 17 years,... Read more
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Queensland Times
Loving grandfather and 'best friend' remembered at funeralIT WAS a fitting tribute to a man taken well before his time. Lindsay Ede had
Loving grandfather and 'best friend' remembered at funeral
Queensland Times / Posted a month ago
IT WAS a fitting tribute to a man taken well before his time. Lindsay Ede had touched a lot of hearts - as proven by the large crowd that gathered for his funeral in Goodna yesterday - but few had become as close to him as his partner of 17 years,... Read more
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KCTV 5 Kansas City
Area activities continue amid oppressive heatThe matches start at 6 p.m., and those who start playing after the sun sets cou
Area activities continue amid oppressive heat
KCTV 5 Kansas City / Posted 1 months ago
The matches start at 6 p.m., and those who start playing after the sun sets count themselves lucky. We're talking about Mayor Sly Jame's Night Kicks program. On this Friday night amid the high heat and humidity, the players still shows up, but they... Read more
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Middletown Times Herald-Record
State AG indicts local man with bilking customers of more than $36,000KINGSTON -- A New Hampton man who Manhattan prosecutors say posed as a wealthy
State AG indicts local man with bilking customers of more than $36,000
Middletown Times Herald-Record / Posted 1 months ago
KINGSTON -- A New Hampton man who Manhattan prosecutors say posed as a wealthy and internationally renowned fashion mogul is facing new charges of bilking an investor of their cash after meeting up at a Highland motel. William Vogt, 57, who posed as... Read more
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The Mining Journal
Negaunee Oldtimers rip GwinnTwo of the newest members of the team - cacher Don Williams and shortstop Fred
Negaunee Oldtimers rip Gwinn
The Mining Journal / Posted 1 months ago
Two of the newest members of the team - cacher Don Williams and shortstop Fred Van Luven - joined Fred Sterk, Gerry Pirkola and Roland Koski in combining for 11 hits and three walks in 12 official trips to the plate. They scored 11 of Negaunee's... Read more

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