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Alexander, Ball in Heated Tennessee Senate Race
As noted in this week's cover story ("A Change Election"), the closest thing to a compelling candidate race on the November 4th election ballot is the statewide contest for a U.S. Senate seat between...
Read more at The Memphis Flyer
Letters to the editor
Editor’s note: Because it is a community function, we have allowed this letter to exceed the usual 400 words. Pumpkin Festival thanks community The Davison DDA and the 2014 Davison Pumpkin Festival...
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WWAY's Team of the Week - New Hanover
WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) -- The football squad at New Hanover High is this week's WWAY
Insurance at Mayfaire Team of the Week recipient. New Hanover defeated Laney last Friday 35-21 to...
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the Kentucky Derby
Ball starts bus tour in Senate campaign, blasts A...
NASHVILLE — U.S. Senate candidate Gordon Ball kicked off a campaign bus tour Wednesday by continuing to cite major policy differences he has with Republican Sen. Lamar Alexander and attacking the...
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Memphis Commercial Appeal
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Watanabe to speak at Rotary meeting Calendar
Watanabe to speak at Rotary meetingThu, October 23, 2014 Warren Watanabe, executive director of the Maui County
, will speak at the noon meeting of the Rotary Club of Lahaina on Thursday....
Read more at The Maui News
Truth Test: Question 3 ads misleading on both sid...
LAS VEGAS -- Nevada voters will be asked in the Nov. 4 general election whether a new tax on certain businesses is needed to provide more revenue for the state's school districts and charter...
Read more at KLAS Las Vegas
See a 1937 tractor, tractor parade and more at Tr...
Salisbury Post See a 1937 tractor, tractor parade and more at Transportation Museum The N.C. Transportation Museum�s 2014 Harvest Festival will harken back to a simpler time of family fun, with hay...
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Hartzler makes a stop in Boonville on Monday
It was a chance for area citizens to tell United States Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler any troubles and issues they had after she made a visit to
Insurance in Boonville on Monday...
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Maryland poultry farms fined for reporting lapses
Nearly one in five large Maryland chicken farms has been fined recently, state regulators have disclosed, because the growers failed to file information required annually outlining what they did to...
Read more at Baltimore Sun
Maryland Department of the Environment
The big reason water bond will pass: It should
The outcome is rarely certain when state government asks voter permission to spend $7.5 billion of the taxpayers' money, but it's also unusual for a ballot proposition to win as wide a range of...
Read more at The Valley Chronicle
Temperance Flat Dam
Virgil R. Hofer
Virgil R. Hofer, 85, of Taylor Ridge, passed away Monday Oct. 20, 2014 at Heartland Health Care Center, Moline. Services will be 11 a.m. Friday at Wheelan-Pressly Funeral Home, 201 E. 4th Ave.,...
Read more at AledoTimesRecord.com
Memorial Park Cemetery
Tehama District Fair attendance rises over last y...
RED BLUFF >> The Tehama District Fair in September enjoyed an uptick in paid attendees over last year, the fair's board of directors said Tuesday. Board President Linda Durrer said the fair drew...
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Todd Yates/Caller-TimesColin Chopelas, local framer give students from Gregory-Portland S. F. Austin Elementary School a lesson in the different types of hay during the San Patricio County
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FAIRMONT - A public forum tonight will spotlight state and local candidates vying for seats in the Nov. 4 election. The question-and-answer session begins at 7 p.m. at Fairmont City Hall. People may...
Read more at The Fairmont Sentinel
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Arlene M. Hoopes
She was born July 14, 1930, the fourth child of the late Ray O. and Sarah E. (Handel) Grim. She grew up in Chatham and Homeworth and was a long-time resident of Damascus. She was a loving farmer's...
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Damascus Friends Church
Slice of Life: What it's like to run Kuipers Fami...
... am making notes on this year’s crop, what I liked and what did well,” Kuipers said. He has some words of advice for those who plan to carve a pumpkin for Halloween – “Don’t carve it until a week...
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'Work to improve residents' lives'
This year, we were successful in securing economic development initiatives. � We were happy to announce the successful transfer of the Thomson Prison to the federal government. This brought in $140...
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National Rifle Association
Illinois Farm Bureau
FFA members explore ag career opportunities
LANSING — Nearly 200 high school FFA members from throughout the state gathered at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Lansing for the 2014 Career Focus Conference, Oct. 16. The conference was a cooperative...
Read more at The County Press
From serving their country to feeding their commu...
Greene, NY (WBNG Binghamton) Jamie Critelli served his country for eight years as an Army reserve veteran. Now, he serves his community as a local farmer, and he's calling on other veterans to follow...
Read more at WBNG Binghamton
County begins Salinas Valley groundwater sustaina...
SALINAS >> Faced with a state mandate to balance groundwater basins within the next two decades, Monterey County officials on Tuesday took the first step toward meeting that goal in the long...
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