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Buys Listings: March 6 to 12, 2015
THIS WEEK: March 6 to 12, 2015 Used Book Sale. Library Express, Steamtown Mall, 300 Lackawanna Ave., Scranton. 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. March 6; 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. March 7; 2 to 4 p.m. March 8....
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Carving out a legacy: Oak Ridge whittler receives...
OAK RIDGE — During cold weather, Bill Henry likes to sit indoors and whittle in front of a large picture window that looks out on the woods in his backyard. The view includes two tall tulip poplars,...
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Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Scottish ‘worst in Britain’ for keeping pets flea...
Pet owners in Scotland are the worst in Britain at ensuring their animals are
-free, research has found. The PDSA said 35% of owners are not providing
treatments for their pets, the highest...
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Asbury Park Music in Film Festival Announces Head...
Asbury Park Music in Film Festival Announces Headline Feature Metallica�s Robert Trujillo�s Film Jaco About Legendary Bass Player Jaco Pastorius Asbury Park, NJ, March 06, 2015 --(PR.com)-- The...
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Thrifty Cents, North Carolina workshop
Allen Dennis and his girlfriend Ann Mercer of Kinston are proud of their new and used store. They opened Thrifty Cents Treasures in September loaded with new and used items. “It’s a little country...
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ON THE CALENDAR THIS WEEK
CANFIELD Reverse raffle dinner and Texas Hold 'Em poker tournament, 6-10 p.m., Angels For Animals, 4750 W. South Range Road; 330-502-5352. COLUMBIANA All-you-can-eat fish fry, 4-7 p.m., American...
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First United Methodist Church
Companies rethink use of animals after Ringling B...
The Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus announcement Thursday that it will retire its performing elephants is part of a trend of entertainment companies rethinking their use of animals. Though...
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Grand Haven Tribune
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Center for Elephant Conservation
The Associated Press
New trampoline park at Pica Pica promotes fitness...
San Antonio residents can jump for joy with the recent opening of Flip’z Trampoline Park, a new venue to help their children stay physically active and benefit local businesses. Flip’z, a...
Read more at San Antonio Express-News
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Dallas Flea Market opens in Trinity Groves Saturd...
Dallas’ most anticipated
market pops up in Trinity Groves this Saturday, March 7. Over 90 vendors will be on site, selling everything from clothes, jewelry and accessories to antiques,...
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Outdoor events and announcements
Knee Deep Club ends ice fishing season The Knee Deep Club held its final ice fishing contest on Lake Hopatcong March 1 with 79 entrants. First place winners received $211, second place earned $126...
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Division of Fish and Wildlife
"Niche Disease" Appears in SoCal Communities
A form of typhus with flu-like symptoms that can lead to hospitalization if left untreated is popping up in parts of Southern California, and possums are the likely culprits. Cases of Murine Typhus,...
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LA County Health Department
How mantis control their leaps.
Ready, Steady, Go! The mantis nymph curls up its abdomen and then jumps so precisely that a target is never missed. At least during an experiment, the praying mantis has shone as a prime vaulter,...
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The Seasoned Collector: Junior League sale in San...
One fan wrote to say that she put the date of this show on her calendar more than a year ago. No wonder she's eager. The Junior League of San Jose holds its Rummage Sale only once every two years....
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Downtown Cary set for food truck events
The Town of Cary has announced the dates for its food truck rodeo known as the Chatham Street Chowdown, while food trucks will now have a presence at Final Fridays. The town’s food truck rallies,...
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Brooklyn Brackets: Vote for the Borough's Best Ne...
BROOKLYN — In a city brimming with bars full of "mixologists" that fuss over "cocktail programs," it's important to remember the humble neighborhood bar. Now the time has come to pick the borough’s...
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Department of Health
False Bay Domestic Worker Paid Nothing for 14 Yea...
A 61-year-old Zimbabwean domestic worker, Gladys Mafita, claims her False Bay employer fired her without payment after 14 years.The employer is Daniel Deng, son of Francis Deng, the first ambassador...
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US Federal Reserve
El Centro to use bus to reach migrant population
Last month, Nunez made the decision to dissolve the mobile business when she received a dream job offer to be the assistant director of a cultural center in charge of the Latino, Hispanic initiatives...
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Unfamiliar antiques still coveted
Published: Thursday, March 5, 2015, 12:01 a.m. Unfamiliar antiques still coveted This stool has an upholstered needlepoint top set in a burled walnut stand. It is one of a pair of mid-19th-century...
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Tiffany & Co.
ON THE CALENDAR THIS WEEK
BEAVER TOWNSHIP Pasta dinner, Chinese auction, 50/50 raffle, 4-8 p.m.; carryout 3-7 p.m., South Range High School; $7 for adults, $5 for senior citizens and students. COLUMBIANA Reservation...
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Pets, honey, and lots of cleaners
Pets, honey, and lots of cleanersThursday, 5 March 2015, 3:05 pmColumn: Oily Rag Pets, honey, and lots of cleanersBy Frank and Muriel NewmanThis week we have more frugal tips and answers to questions...
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