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Orlando Sentinel
Downey Jr. dances, Arnold surprises, Spider-Man rushes the stage: Every year of Comic-Con in one giant timelineNash, Grim Natwick, Wendy Pini, Frank Thorne, Boris Vallejo1979 Arnie Scheiman
Orlando Sentinel / Posted yesterday
Nash, Grim Natwick, Wendy Pini, Frank Thorne, Boris Vallejo1979 Arnie Scheiman of New York shows some of his wares to Doug Sulipa of Winnipeg, Canada. (Joe Holly/U-T/San Diego Historical Society) 1979 marked the year SDCC settled into a long... Read more
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FOX 12 Oregon
Project will turn abandoned railroad into trail that connects coast to Portland suburbsthat's not so novel. Though, there's no other rail-to-trail project in the stat
FOX 12 Oregon / Posted 2 days ago
that's not so novel. Though, there's no other rail-to-trail project in the state quite like the project Dennis Wiley and Doug Decker are taking on. "It's the most challenging, interesting, compelling, yeah, I'm pretty excited about it," said... Read more
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The Washington Times
Concerned about fraudulent voting? Watch thisrules the roost, followed by Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (68 percent), Wyoming Go
The Washington Times / Posted 2 days ago
rules the roost, followed by Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (68 percent), Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead (67 percent), North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum (66 percent), South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard (65 percent), Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey (64 percent), Vermont Gov.... Read more
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The Toledo Blade
Sylvania councilmen split on TARTA funding overhaulcouncil to waive second and third readings needed before taking a vote, and a t
The Toledo Blade / Posted 3 days ago
council to waive second and third readings needed before taking a vote, and a tie didn’t cut it Monday. Council members Doug Haynam, Katie Cappellini, and Jason Mishka voted against expediting the process. Councilman Mark Frye recused himself... Read more
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The Toledo Blade
Sylvania councilmen wary of TARTA plantax generates now. About $10 million of that $30 million would be paid back to
The Toledo Blade / Posted 8 days ago
tax generates now. About $10 million of that $30 million would be paid back to TARTA communities to be spent on roads, bridges, sidewalks, and other transportation-related projects. TARTA Finance Director Stacey Clink told Sylvania council... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Lake Shore Drive proposals would shift beaches, straighten Oak Street curvebetween high- and low-speed pathways. Some alternatives called for the removal
Chicago Tribune / Posted 8 days ago
between high- and low-speed pathways. Some alternatives called for the removal of a few pedestrian access tunnels and bridges, half of which are in poor condition, and the creation of new ones. In a couple of plans, the Division Street tunnel... Read more
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The Columbia County News-Times
Georgia Amateur Championship returns to West LakeEvans. Andrew Chong of Grovetown and Dalton Reese of Warrenton are in the field
The Columbia County News-Times / Posted 9 days ago
Evans. Andrew Chong of Grovetown and Dalton Reese of Warrenton are in the field, along with five players from Martinez: Doug Carter, Hunter Dunagan, Jordan Johnstun, Mike Kerbelis and Emmanuel Kountakis. Hice listed Chong, Grantham, Hill,... Read more
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The Border Mail
On This Day in Ballarat | July 12School as apart of NAIDOC Week activities. Ex-AFL star Robbie Muir and North Ba
The Border Mail / Posted 10 days ago
School as apart of NAIDOC Week activities. Ex-AFL star Robbie Muir and North Ballarat Rooster Aaron Clark build some bridges with the students. 2006 - Australian Irish Dance Company performing at Irish Murphy's. L-R Jeremy Evans, Emily... Read more
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The Courier
On This Day in Ballarat | July 12School as apart of NAIDOC Week activities. Ex-AFL star Robbie Muir and North Ba
The Courier / Posted 10 days ago
School as apart of NAIDOC Week activities. Ex-AFL star Robbie Muir and North Ballarat Rooster Aaron Clark build some bridges with the students. 2006 - Australian Irish Dance Company performing at Irish Murphy's. L-R Jeremy Evans, Emily... Read more
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The Courier
GLORY DAYS: 101 great Hunter momentsby the newspaper at that time: “JAPAN ORDERED TO CEASE FIRE, MacArthur Calls En
The Courier / Posted 15 days ago
by the newspaper at that time: “JAPAN ORDERED TO CEASE FIRE, MacArthur Calls Envoy To Manila.” “Manila, August 15. General Douglas MacArthur, who is to receive the Japanese surrender on behalf of the Allied Powers, has directed the Tokio... Read more
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The Age
Population and growth: A new vision is needed to tackle looming crisesto the south bank of the Yarra River by lowering Alexandra Avenue into a tunnel
The Age / Posted 18 days ago
to the south bank of the Yarra River by lowering Alexandra Avenue into a tunnel. The parkland should be linked by walking bridges across the Yarra to the north bank parklands by similarly lowering Batman Avenue into a tunnel. Second, in the west,... Read more
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Austin Daily Herald
Minn. Chamber delivers resultsBy Doug Loon, Minnesota Chamber of Commerce The Minnesota Chamber works every
Austin Daily Herald / Posted 20 days ago
By Doug Loon, Minnesota Chamber of Commerce The Minnesota Chamber works every day to strengthen the state’s business environment. Our premise is simple: As businesses flourish, so do the lives of Minnesotans. On that note, Minnesotans should be... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Calendar June 30–July 625sixty-five, 2565 American Way, warehouse2565.com. LONESTAR, doors 5:30 p.m.,
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 21 days ago
25sixty-five, 2565 American Way, warehouse2565.com. LONESTAR, doors 5:30 p.m., opening act 6 p.m. Lonestar 8 p.m., The Bridges, 2500 Bridges Circle, Montrose, on the lawn, take chairs, food and beverages available to purchase, $30 general... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Funding proposal rejected for 65-mile trail between Little Rock, Hot Springsfell one vote short of the eight needed to pass, with the board's five-member R
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 23 days ago
fell one vote short of the eight needed to pass, with the board's five-member Republican bloc voting against the project: Doug Reed of Roland, Aaron Robinson of Jacksonville, Luke McCoy of Sherwood, Phil Stowers of Maumelle and Paul Elliott of... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
5 JPs vote down phase-one funds for 65-mile trailfell one vote short of the eight needed to pass, with the board's five-member R
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 23 days ago
fell one vote short of the eight needed to pass, with the board's five-member Republican bloc voting against the project: Doug Reed of Roland, Aaron Robinson of Jacksonville, Luke McCoy of Sherwood, Phil Stowers of Maumelle and Paul Elliott of... Read more
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Brainerd Dispatch
Agri-Pulse: Rural America and the need for speedhosted last fall, it became clear that rural America needs much more than "trad
Brainerd Dispatch / Posted 25 days ago
hosted last fall, it became clear that rural America needs much more than "traditional" infrastructure, like roads and bridges, to compete and improve quality of life. Doug Boone, president of the Rural Broadband Association and CEO of Premier... Read more
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The Daily Dunklin Democrat
Are Missouri lawmakers career politicians?�But like any career politician,� he said, �When I get the call, I�m going back
The Daily Dunklin Democrat / Posted 27 days ago
�But like any career politician,� he said, �When I get the call, I�m going back to work.� Some senators, including Doug Libla, have pushed back, calling for an investigation into the relationship between the governor�s campaign and The... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Fishing report for Far South Coast NSW | June 19most of them lured in by crank lures in both shallow and deep diving. Perch an
Kiama Independent / Posted 30 days ago
most of them lured in by crank lures in both shallow and deep diving. Perch and Bass are are hanging around the highway bridges in both systems but keep in mind it is closed season and they are not allowed to be kept. Salmon are still running... Read more
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La Prensa San Diego
Mayors of San Diego and Tijuana Go to D.C.and the need for efforts that support both security and efficiency at the borde
La Prensa San Diego / Posted 1 months ago
and the need for efforts that support both security and efficiency at the border. “Together we have been able to build bridges of understanding for the benefit of our communities,” Gastelum said at the conference. “We are here together because... Read more
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Marin Independent Journal
Marin IJ Readers’ Forum for June 16and given a ticket for running a stop sign in 1972, when I was 17. And it was m
Marin Independent Journal / Posted 1 months ago
and given a ticket for running a stop sign in 1972, when I was 17. And it was my junkyard bike that my older brother Doug made for me, that was wiped out several times while ridden from the top of Mount Baldy (as we called it) to Deer Park... Read more

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