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Pigeon shoot bill got buried by frightened PA leg...
More than two decades of activism over Pennsylvania's barbaric tradition of pigeon shoots did not end with a victory dance last Monday. It ended with House Bill 1750, which last week won 36-12...
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Web-only letters to the editor, Oct. 25, 2014
Web-only letters to the editor, Oct. 25, 2014 Letters Policy Submit Your Letter Also in Opinion Subscribe to The Dispatch Dispatch.com regularly will post letters to the editor that don't make it...
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National Fire Protection Association
Abortion drug closer to being added to PBS
CONTROVERSIAL abortion drug RU486 could be added to the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme within weeks, slashing its cost by hundreds of dollars. The Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee has...
Read more at Toowoomba Chronicle
First day of U-M's $400k tree transplant goes off...
From a logistics standpoint, the hard part of the job is done, but for the movers of the 700,000-pound, 65-foot-tall bur oak tree at the Ross School of Business on the University of Michigan's campus,...
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O.C. students use their socks to take a stand aga...
Purple may not stand out much when your school colors are navy, light blue and white. But Bo St. Geme and teammates on the Corona del Mar High football team hoped to send a message Oct. 17, and they...
Read more at Orange County Register
Great Lakes hydropower scheme gets heritage listi...
Great Lakes hydropower scheme gets heritage listing Tasmania's Great Lakes power scheme has received heritage listing to commemorate the 100 year anniversary of Hydro Tasmania. Waddamana was the...
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Calgary Stampeders Notes: Good news from sick bay
John Hufnagel is accustomed to spending half of his post-game scrum going over a laundry list of injuries. He had some extra time Friday night. And he couldn’t be happier. The Calgary Stampeders got...
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ROAR for America
The atmospheric amalgam became the second-most expensive hurricane in U.S. history, at some $68 billion, and could be felt a thousand miles or more away. There’s another perfect storm brewing today,...
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National Weather Service
Check that easy habit, fight graft - The Star Says
THE fight against corruption is not easy. To some, it is practically mission impossible. But the war against corruption can be won if we are passionate and serious in marshalling all the resources...
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New York Police Department
Jahi McMath: New tests may not be enough to decla...
OAKLAND -- Her attorney calls her "Patient No. 1," a groundbreaking test of widely accepted standards defining brain death as a form of irreversible mortality. Indeed, as far as brain-dead patients...
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Doña Ana County commission to vote on Crisis Tria...
LAS CRUCES >> Doña Ana County commissioners will vote on awarding a contract to run its built-but-not-open Crisis Triage Center, a facility to take mentally ill residents who are in...
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Ally McCoist: Cup win will be ‘first step back’
IT FEELS like the BBC has chosen the wrong Rangers joust to screen live this week. If only they could have somehow tempted Mike Ashley, Dave King and Brian Kennedy on to the Ibrox pitch to debate...
Read more at Scotsman
The power of writing lists… that make no differen...
... beings love lists, because they create a sense of order in a chaotic world,” author Shaun Usher told me this week. I was asking him about his new book Lists of Note, the follow-up to his...
Read more at Guardian Unlimited
Valley of the Kings
FINRA's Proposed Regulatory Overhaul: Is It The F...
Consider for a moment how most regulation works today, be it the Internal Revenue Service, Health and Human Services or even the Food and Drug Administration. First rules are proposed after what is...
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Defensive pressure key to victory - Mannering
It was New Zealand's first win over the Kangaroos since 2010, and the home side didn't score a single point after the 21st minute. It was also the biggest winning margin over Australia since the 24-0...
Read more at Otago Daily Times
Sustainability: More Than Just a Day, More Than J...
U of L is making its way towards a greener campus. This past Wednesday, its efforts were put on display during the seventh annual Campus Sustainability Day, the university’s version of National Campus...
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League of American Bicyclists
University of Louisville
Exploring the Forbidden City
Nearly a century after the last Chinese emperor fled the Forbidden City, the giant walled compound that ruled the world's most populous country for half a millennium still ranks among history's most...
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Kithsiri Ganepola of 51, Mudungoda, Belummahara, a former employee of Lake House is suffering from End Stage kidney disease. Consultant Nephrologist of the NHSL, Colombo Dr. A.L.M. Nazar has...
Read more at Sunday Observer
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Back To The Future Was Right: Hoverboards Are Jus...
We are now less than a year away from the day when Robert Zemeckis and Michael J. Fox inspired an entire generation to expect nothing less from 2015 than flying cars. Sadly, as a result of the past 6...
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Back to the Future trilogy
Koeman was always confident 'exceptional' Southam...
The Serbia international has been in irresistible form since moving to St Mary's and Koeman says he never had any doubts about his ability. In fact, considering how highly he rated him, the Saints...
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