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Lamar Co. Sheriff's Dept. & 15th District Attorne...
Roughly $1.6 million in forfeited assets from the “largest criminal organization” in Lamar County history has been awarded the Lamar County Sheriff's Department and the 15th Circuit District...
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Lamar County Sheriff's Department
Patricia M. 'Patti' Rigazio
She was born Aug. 21, 1939, in Ottumwa, Iowa, to John and Mary (Kelso) Booth. Patti graduated from Mendota High School in 1958. She married Kenneth Rigazio on Oct. 3, 1987, in Mendota. After high...
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Holy Cross Church
Holy Cross Cemetery
Limited marketing budgets, tracking ROI and loyal...
WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Today’s vast landscape of digital and social media tools have provided more opportunities for restaurants to connect with guests, but with limited budgets and time,...
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Natchez man found guilty of robbery of 83-old wom...
Purvis, MS 15th Circuit Court District Attorney Hal Kittrell announced that on Thursday Jamie Cartell Payne, 25, of Natchez, Mississippi, was found guilty by a Lamar County Jury of Robbery. The case...
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With new room tax revenue, Aberdeen considers pro...
Aberdeen city officials are in the preliminary stages of compiling their fiscal year 2016 budget, and the newest Harford County tax could deliver an immediate windfall, as hoped for, City...
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Maryland General Assembly
Heidelberg ends spring trip on roll
PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla. - Admittedly, very few relish the idea of leaving Florida for Ohio in the middle of March. Heidelberg's baseball team probably feels that way, only it may have nothing to do with...
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Area's best weekly bowling scores for March 15, 2...
Last week's 300 gamesKen Borger Jr., Clubmen's Zach Dunham, Blue Valley Dave Laubach, Blue Valley Season total: 185 The week's Top 10 seriesMenZach Dunham, Blue Valley, 846 Kyle Thomas, Blue...
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Controversial bill would make it harder for India...
Talk about growing pains. Senate Bill 330, a bill that would make it more difficult for cities in Indiana to incorporate county land, is stirring controversy, especially in Elkhart. The City of...
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Officials: More gas tax money will lead to more r...
The new tax went into effect on Sunday. Although it's a state tax , some of the money will be given to counties and cities. Regionally, the additional annual revenue totals range from $502 for...
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Andy Viano stepped down as president and general manager for the independent Frontier League’s Schaumburg (Ill.) Boomers. CollegesBradley University Athletic Director Michael Cross will resign at the...
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Gallatin County gets by Wildcats in overtime
Prep Hoops: Gallatin County gets by Wildcats in overtime Gallatin County head coach
called Monday night’s performance in the opening round of the Class 1A Regional at Norris City “one of...
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Norris City-Omaha-Enfield High School
Grandparents raising grandchildren topic of Thous...
THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. - A presentation on kinship care geared for grandparents raising their grandchildren will be held at 1 p.m. March 4 at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza boardroom. The event,...
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