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Cape Coral Daily Breeze
Business Briefs/ head golf and teaching professional at Cypress Woods Golf and Country Club (N
Business Briefs
Cape Coral Daily Breeze / Posted 35 minutes ago
/ head golf and teaching professional at Cypress Woods Golf and Country Club (Naples), with stints at Palm River Golf Course (now LaPlaya in Naples), the Kathy Padgett Golf Academy and as director/owner of the West Coast Junior Tour. In 2006,... Read more
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NBC News
Staying Local? Here are 10 Latino-Themed Places to Visit This Summerfor a fun place to visit. Here's a list of 10 museums, neighborhood landmarks a
Staying Local? Here are 10 Latino-Themed Places to Visit This Summer
NBC News / Posted 2 hours ago
for a fun place to visit. Here's a list of 10 museums, neighborhood landmarks and even a walking trail — all part of our rich U.S. Latino history — which Instagram users have shared. Check them out! National Museum of Puerto Rican Arts &... Read more
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West Side Leader & South Side News Leader
Resident suggests billing Coventry Schools for �excessive taxation�to behold. Over the past month, they have made decisions and comments that only
Resident suggests billing Coventry Schools for �excessive taxation�
West Side Leader & South Side News Leader / Posted 2 hours ago
to behold. Over the past month, they have made decisions and comments that only reinforce their arrogance after allowing our district to sink into record-setting financial disgrace. At the June meeting, board member Dave Andrews introduced a... Read more
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KERA North Texas
Fort Worth Family Reunited With Their Dog Nearly Seven Years After It Went MissingSociety said on Facebook. The Montezes adopted him, too, and named him Captain
Fort Worth Family Reunited With Their Dog Nearly Seven Years After It Went Missing
KERA North Texas / Posted 3 hours ago
Society said on Facebook. The Montezes adopted him, too, and named him Captain to join Corky, their two other dogs and four children — two more than when Corky left home. [KXAS, The Dallas Morning News] Texas A&M is threatening to use eminent... Read more
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WTKR Norfolk
Introducing Coast Live!Join us every weekday as we celebrate people and places, the sights and sounds,
Introducing Coast Live!
WTKR Norfolk / Posted 5 hours ago
Join us every weekday as we celebrate people and places, the sights and sounds, the food, fun and flair that is our coastal lifestyle. Living with the water, you know life is breezy with a unique energy and attitude all its own. On Coast Live, we’ll... Read more
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New America Media
Black, Old and Locked Up: The Stresses of Release and Reentryonly 8,853 of the country’s Incarcerated in New York, where he now lives, Fari
Black, Old and Locked Up: The Stresses of Release and Reentry
New America Media / Posted 5 hours ago
only 8,853 of the country’s Incarcerated in New York, where he now lives, Farid turned to self-study, eventually earning four college degrees, including a master’s in sociology and another in the ministry from the New York Theological... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
When should we send our children to private school?of a year’s pre-tax pay – compared with less than one-seventh back in 1968. So
When should we send our children to private school?
Daily Telegraph / Posted 9 hours ago
of a year’s pre-tax pay – compared with less than one-seventh back in 1968. So, what do you do if you are keen to send your children to an independent school but are concerned about the high cost of fees? In some cases, parents choose to... Read more
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The East Liverpool Review
Drugs in the workplace theme of Sunrise Breakfastand community with chamber of commerce members. (Photo by Jo Ann Bobby-Gilbert)
Drugs in the workplace theme of Sunrise Breakfast
The East Liverpool Review / Posted 9 hours ago
and community with chamber of commerce members. (Photo by Jo Ann Bobby-Gilbert) Sharing his concerns about drug addiction, state Rep. Tim Ginter said legislators are aware of the problem and are working on it. (Photo by Jo Ann... Read more
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First Coast News
Musician retuns home, wearingnight for a country music concert he hopes “packs out” the school auditorium.
Musician retuns home, wearing
First Coast News / Posted 12 hours ago
night for a country music concert he hopes “packs out” the school auditorium. But he returns wearing what he calls, “our current society’s Scarlet Letter.” Clark, lead singer of the country music band Clark Hill, is a registered sex... Read more
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FOX 8 New Orleans
NCJW volunteers save consumers nearly $2.5 millionusing their backgrounds to help people who may not know where to begin to look
NCJW volunteers save consumers nearly $2.5 million
FOX 8 New Orleans / Posted 12 hours ago
using their backgrounds to help people who may not know where to begin to look for answers. Along the way, they also educate people. "Babs Isaacson was the creator, the founder of this program, and she insisted that we educate the people.... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Families living with disability get chatty about NDIS, dating, technologyquite patient, is able to take the time, and the focus is purely on communicati
Families living with disability get chatty about NDIS, dating, technology
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 12 hours ago
quite patient, is able to take the time, and the focus is purely on communication," Ms Daniloff said. Ms Daniloff said in our fast-paced world people with communication difficulties could find their voice was "lost". "People make judgements on... Read more
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Beauregard Daily News
Federal student loans now available for CLTCC studentsof its financial aid package this month, including at its Lamar Salter campus s
Federal student loans now available for CLTCC students
Beauregard Daily News / Posted 13 hours ago
of its financial aid package this month, including at its Lamar Salter campus south of Leesville. “While the majority of our students rely on federal Pell grants, we are asked on a regular basis about student loans primarily because grant money... Read more
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dna
Now, Thane prison inmates to play your favourite songs on FMof Thane jail. "The prisoners will create their own shows and present them to t
Now, Thane prison inmates to play your favourite songs on FM
dna / Posted 14 hours ago
of Thane jail. "The prisoners will create their own shows and present them to the inmates," he said. It was the state government's directive in 2014 to various prisons to start FM stations for prisoner reform. The motive behind this... Read more
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WJXT Jacksonville
Local regulations ‘mixed bag' for pot dispensariesFla. - As pot shops start to sprout in Florida, cities are struggling with how
Local regulations ‘mixed bag' for pot dispensaries
WJXT Jacksonville / Posted 18 hours ago
Fla. - As pot shops start to sprout in Florida, cities are struggling with how --- or whether --- to regulate the state's new marijuana industry. This week, the state's first medical-marijuana dispensary, operated by Trulieve, opened its... Read more
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WESH 2 Orlando
More than 1 million Florida numbers on Do Not Call listFlorida’s Do Not Call List now has more than 1 million Florida phone numbers on
More than 1 million Florida numbers on Do Not Call list
WESH 2 Orlando / Posted 18 hours ago
Florida’s Do Not Call List now has more than 1 million Florida phone numbers on it, up from fewer than 100,000 just four years ago. The legislature eliminated the fee to join the Do Not Call list in 2012, leading to the 900 percent increase in... Read more
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Local 10 Miami
India's female wrestlers break gender taboosrare enough. But three Olympian wrestlers all from the same area of Haryana --
India's female wrestlers break gender taboos
Local 10 Miami / Posted 19 hours ago
rare enough. But three Olympian wrestlers all from the same area of Haryana -- widely considered India's most patriarchal state -- and two of them related? That's unheard of. "Where we're from, women are practically second-class citizens," says... Read more
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News 8000
India's female wrestlers break gender taboosrare enough. But three Olympian wrestlers all from the same area of Haryana --
India's female wrestlers break gender taboos
News 8000 / Posted 19 hours ago
rare enough. But three Olympian wrestlers all from the same area of Haryana -- widely considered India's most patriarchal state -- and two of them related? That's unheard of. "Where we're from, women are practically second-class citizens," says... Read more
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Salon.com
Political devolution: In Philly, socialists maneuver to win local officethat socialists hope might also function as a springboard to challenge Democrat
Political devolution: In Philly, socialists maneuver to win local office
Salon.com / Posted 19 hours ago
that socialists hope might also function as a springboard to challenge Democrats’ 64-year hold on city government. “Our power does not come and will never come from currying favor with the Democratic Party,” said Kshama Sawant, a Socialist... Read more
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KPRC Local 2 Houston
India's female wrestlers break gender taboosrare enough. But three Olympian wrestlers all from the same area of Haryana --
India's female wrestlers break gender taboos
KPRC Local 2 Houston / Posted 19 hours ago
rare enough. But three Olympian wrestlers all from the same area of Haryana -- widely considered India's most patriarchal state -- and two of them related? That's unheard of. "Where we're from, women are practically second-class citizens," says... Read more
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KECI Missoula
India's female wrestlers break gender taboosrare enough. But three Olympian wrestlers all from the same area of Haryana --
India's female wrestlers break gender taboos
KECI Missoula / Posted 19 hours ago
rare enough. But three Olympian wrestlers all from the same area of Haryana -- widely considered India's most patriarchal state -- and two of them related? That's unheard of. "Where we're from, women are practically second-class citizens," says... Read more
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KTVZ Bend
India's female wrestlers break gender taboosFrom KTVZ.COM But three Olympian wrestlers all from the same area of Haryana -
India's female wrestlers break gender taboos
KTVZ Bend / Posted 19 hours ago
From KTVZ.COM But three Olympian wrestlers all from the same area of Haryana -- widely considered India's most patriarchal state -- and two of them related? That's unheard of. "Where we're from, women are practically second-class citizens," says... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
India's female wrestlers break gender taboosrare enough. But three Olympian wrestlers all from the same area of Haryana --
India's female wrestlers break gender taboos
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted 19 hours ago
rare enough. But three Olympian wrestlers all from the same area of Haryana -- widely considered India's most patriarchal state -- and two of them related? That's unheard of. "Where we're from, women are practically second-class citizens," says... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
India's female wrestlers break gender taboosrare enough. But three Olympian wrestlers all from the same area of Haryana --
India's female wrestlers break gender taboos
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 19 hours ago
rare enough. But three Olympian wrestlers all from the same area of Haryana -- widely considered India's most patriarchal state -- and two of them related? That's unheard of. "Where we're from, women are practically second-class citizens," says... Read more
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KRCR TV Redding
India's female wrestlers break gender taboosrare enough. But three Olympian wrestlers all from the same area of Haryana --
India's female wrestlers break gender taboos
KRCR TV Redding / Posted 19 hours ago
rare enough. But three Olympian wrestlers all from the same area of Haryana -- widely considered India's most patriarchal state -- and two of them related? That's unheard of. "Where we're from, women are practically second-class citizens," says... Read more
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News Channel 12 New Bern
India's female wrestlers break gender taboosrare enough. But three Olympian wrestlers all from the same area of Haryana --
India's female wrestlers break gender taboos
News Channel 12 New Bern / Posted 19 hours ago
rare enough. But three Olympian wrestlers all from the same area of Haryana -- widely considered India's most patriarchal state -- and two of them related? That's unheard of. "Where we're from, women are practically second-class citizens," says... Read more
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KTBS Shreveport
41st annual Red River Revel headliners announcedof the three law enforcement officers killed in a lone gunman's ambush in Baton
41st annual Red River Revel headliners announced
KTBS Shreveport / Posted 19 hours ago
of the three law enforcement officers killed in a lone gunman's ambush in Baton Rouge are each due to receive $250,000 in state survivor benefits. Families of the three law enforcement officers killed in a lone gunman's ambush in Baton Rouge are... Read more
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Local 6 Orlando
India's female wrestlers break gender taboosrare enough. But three Olympian wrestlers all from the same area of Haryana --
India's female wrestlers break gender taboos
Local 6 Orlando / Posted 19 hours ago
rare enough. But three Olympian wrestlers all from the same area of Haryana -- widely considered India's most patriarchal state -- and two of them related? That's unheard of. "Where we're from, women are practically second-class citizens," says... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
India's female wrestlers break gender taboosrare enough. But three Olympian wrestlers all from the same area of Haryana --
India's female wrestlers break gender taboos
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted 20 hours ago
rare enough. But three Olympian wrestlers all from the same area of Haryana -- widely considered India's most patriarchal state -- and two of them related? That's unheard of. "Where we're from, women are practically second-class citizens," says... Read more
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KTBS Shreveport
2pm - VP, AG and other dignitaries to participate in vigil honoring fallen officersof the three law enforcement officers killed in a lone gunman's ambush in Baton
2pm - VP, AG and other dignitaries to participate in vigil honoring fallen officers
KTBS Shreveport / Posted 20 hours ago
of the three law enforcement officers killed in a lone gunman's ambush in Baton Rouge are each due to receive $250,000 in state survivor benefits. Families of the three law enforcement officers killed in a lone gunman's ambush in Baton Rouge are... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Great ideas are rewarded in Niagara Fallsdreaming up a great idea to make Niagara Falls’ north end, safer, greener or he
Great ideas are rewarded in Niagara Falls
The Buffalo News / Posted 20 hours ago
dreaming up a great idea to make Niagara Falls’ north end, safer, greener or healthier, but don’t have the money to make your dream a reality. “In Our Backyard,” a nonprofit, crowd-resourcing platform, will be offering matching fund grants to... Read more
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WTKR Norfolk
Indian female wrestlers breaking taboos and making historyrare enough. But three Olympian wrestlers all from the same area of Haryana —
Indian female wrestlers breaking taboos and making history
WTKR Norfolk / Posted 21 hours ago
rare enough. But three Olympian wrestlers all from the same area of Haryana — widely considered India’s most patriarchal state — and two of them related? That’s unheard of. “Where we’re from, women are practically second-class citizens,” says... Read more
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KTBS Shreveport
Local woman saved from stroke as University Health gets top notch ratingof the three law enforcement officers killed in a lone gunman's ambush in Baton
Local woman saved from stroke as University Health gets top notch rating
KTBS Shreveport / Posted 22 hours ago
of the three law enforcement officers killed in a lone gunman's ambush in Baton Rouge are each due to receive $250,000 in state survivor benefits. Families of the three law enforcement officers killed in a lone gunman's ambush in Baton Rouge are... Read more
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Q13 FOX Seattle
The Indian female wrestlers breaking taboos and making historyrare enough. But three Olympian wrestlers all from the same area of Haryana —
The Indian female wrestlers breaking taboos and making history
Q13 FOX Seattle / Posted yesterday
rare enough. But three Olympian wrestlers all from the same area of Haryana — widely considered India’s most patriarchal state — and two of them related? That’s unheard of. “Where we’re from, women are practically second-class citizens,” says... Read more
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The Jewish Week
New Jewish Super PAC For Hillary Set To Launchcreating a super PAC with the goal of raising $5.5 million for a media blitz th
New Jewish Super PAC For Hillary Set To Launch
The Jewish Week / Posted yesterday
creating a super PAC with the goal of raising $5.5 million for a media blitz that would set the record straight. “Every four years some group funded by Sheldon Adelson or others comes at Democratic candidates with lies and distortions to distract... Read more
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KTBS Shreveport
Fill the backpacks as children head back to schoolof the three law enforcement officers killed in a lone gunman's ambush in Baton
Fill the backpacks as children head back to school
KTBS Shreveport / Posted yesterday
of the three law enforcement officers killed in a lone gunman's ambush in Baton Rouge are each due to receive $250,000 in state survivor benefits. Families of the three law enforcement officers killed in a lone gunman's ambush in Baton Rouge are... Read more
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Al.com
Lottery should go to college scholarships, not general fundHouse of Representatives Over the last year or so, the lottery has been gettin
Lottery should go to college scholarships, not general fund
Al.com / Posted yesterday
House of Representatives Over the last year or so, the lottery has been getting more and more attention and support from state legislators. The lottery is extremely popular, getting over 60 percent favorable support in all the public opinion... Read more
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PhysOrg
Research reveals restorative justice reduces recidivismand community impact panels, are more effective in reducing recidivism rates am
Research reveals restorative justice reduces recidivism
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
and community impact panels, are more effective in reducing recidivism rates among juvenile offenders than traditional court processing, a study by researchers at Sam Houston State University found. "Our results generally not only support the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Money Laundering Undermines Sustainable Development - Giabaregion. Giving a brief overview of his institution, he said GIABA was establis
Money Laundering Undermines Sustainable Development - Giaba
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
region. Giving a brief overview of his institution, he said GIABA was established in December 2000, by the ECOWAS Heads of State and Government. According to him, the establishment of GIABA is one of the main responses and contributions of ECOWAS... Read more
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Eye Witness News
The media's position in the current state of our nationOPINION: Dikgang Moseneke looks at the social imperative of an open society a
The media's position in the current state of our nation
Eye Witness News / Posted yesterday
OPINION: Dikgang Moseneke looks at the social imperative of an open society and the courage of conviction. Good evening ladies and gentlemen, esteemed guests and fellow patriots. I owe my... Read more
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The Columbian
Social Security at IssueSocial Security? The AARP Bulletin recently published guest columns from Hillar
Social Security at Issue
The Columbian / Posted yesterday
Social Security? The AARP Bulletin recently published guest columns from Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. In her wonky statement, Clinton says that Social Security must continue, and there is no way to accomplish that unless the system... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
'SEC to Increase Retail Investors' Participation in Market'in the Nigerian Capital market as part of efforts to deepen the market. Direct
'SEC to Increase Retail Investors' Participation in Market'
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
in the Nigerian Capital market as part of efforts to deepen the market. Director General of SEC, Mounir Gwarzo said: "Our intention is to ensure that we raise the level of participation of retail investors in the Market that is the only way we... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Dogara - My Fears With the Corruption FightSpeaker of the House of Representatives, Hon. Yakubu Dogara was in Lagos recent
Dogara - My Fears With the Corruption Fight
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
Speaker of the House of Representatives, Hon. Yakubu Dogara was in Lagos recently, where he met with journalists and also fielded questions on the state of the nation, especially the fight against corruption. He said if government is unable to... Read more
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ScienceBlogs
Now that’s what I’m talking about! A state medical board appears poised to actNDs. Actually, they are worse than NDs, because, as MDs and DOs, they retain al
Now that’s what I’m talking about! A state medical board appears poised to act
ScienceBlogs / Posted yesterday
NDs. Actually, they are worse than NDs, because, as MDs and DOs, they retain all the privileges that we as society, through our state medical boards, grant them, the power to prescribe drugs, even controlled substances., to do minor surgery, and, if... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
BMX stunts, concerts highlight 33rd annual Schuylkill County Faireveryone, including a BMX bike show, live performances every night and a boilo
BMX stunts, concerts highlight 33rd annual Schuylkill County Fair
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted yesterday
everyone, including a BMX bike show, live performances every night and a boilo competition. “We’re the only fair in the state of Pennsylvania that has a contest like that,” Kim Morgan, Pine Grove, public relations and marketing director for the... Read more
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Grand Blanc View
MEET THE CANDIDATES | July 28, 2016State Representative 50th District Family: Lynne M. Freiberger (wife), Jonatha
MEET THE CANDIDATES | July 28, 2016
Grand Blanc View / Posted yesterday
State Representative 50th District Family: Lynne M. Freiberger (wife), Jonathan & Kelly Freiberger (son and wife), Thomas and Travis Freiberger (grandsons), Michael and Jane Freiberger (brother and wife), John F. Freiberger (brother), Lorraine Lince... Read more
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Sabah Daily Express
Churches: Louder calls to restore religious freedomKinabalu: Religious leaders in Sabah are calling on the government to defend an
Churches: Louder calls to restore religious freedom
Sabah Daily Express / Posted yesterday
Kinabalu: Religious leaders in Sabah are calling on the government to defend and safeguard religious freedom in the State. "Prior to 1963, Sabah was a land of freedom where its people of diverse background lived harmoniously without any... Read more
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dna
World Nature Conservation day: 5 things India is doing to protect its resourcesday is celebrated on July 28 across the world in order to raise awareness about
World Nature Conservation day: 5 things India is doing to protect its resources
dna / Posted yesterday
day is celebrated on July 28 across the world in order to raise awareness about protecting nature and conserving our natural resources. With problems like deforestation and illegal wildlife trade on the rise, nature conservation has gone... Read more
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Missoula Independent
Tourists gone wildIn May, two Canadians touring Yellowstone National Park pulled up to the Lamar
Tourists gone wild
Missoula Independent / Posted yesterday
In May, two Canadians touring Yellowstone National Park pulled up to the Lamar Buffalo Ranch in their Toyota Sequoia. Soon, Shamash Kassam and his adult son were explaining to law enforcement why they had a newborn bison in their trunk. The Lamar... Read more
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The Martinsburg Journal
Best chance to reduce opioid abuseper 100,000 people. That's more than double the national average and depicts a
Best chance to reduce opioid abuse
The Martinsburg Journal / Posted yesterday
per 100,000 people. That's more than double the national average and depicts a trend that continued into 2015, when the state recorded an estimated 686 drug overdose deaths, including 598 opiate-related fatal overdoses. But beyond those... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Phantoms bring hockey to Youngstown kidsand community relations. “They’d bring the kids to the Covelli Centre and we d
Phantoms bring hockey to Youngstown kids
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted yesterday
and community relations. “They’d bring the kids to the Covelli Centre and we did street hockey there and then part of our educational component as well. This year we thought we’d switch it up and thought we could bring everything out to the... Read more
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