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Meadows lifts 'Gades in opener
Harrison Smith walked and Meadows followed with his game-winning hit. Both teams had plenty of chances over the final few innings. El Camino (1-1) stranded two runners in both the 10th and 11 innings...
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Frontier High School
Reunion rolls along
A BUNCH of old truckies, an open bar and a good band, it's either the start of a very good night or very bad one. In any case, the Old Pacific Hwy Runners truckie reunion to be held in South Grafton...
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The Morning Bulletin
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Speaker encourages movement supporters
These hardy souls were participants in the annual Bascom Right to Life Candlelight Walk, a small-scale version of the national March For Life in Washington, D.C., last week. This year, the walk began...
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St. Patrick Church
First of all, the polls do change over time. In a June 2014 Quinnipiac University Poll of more than 1,400 registered voters, not scholars, Obama was rated the worst president ever, 33 percent (the...
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George W. Bush
SCV Search and Rescue team trains for life and de...
Damaged, worn and frayed ropes — and ropes more than three years old — are tossed out by Santa Clarita Valley Search and Rescue team members committed to ensuring safety. The experienced and...
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Barbara Harris Battee
She was born Sept. 4, 1931, in Yazoo City, Miss., the daughter of Henry and Lillie Mae Stuckey Harris, and resided in this area for 66 years. Mrs. Battee was employed at The Bronze Torch Key Club for...
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Tennessee Titans CEO says team is not for sale
NFL news: Tennessee Titans CEO says team is not for sale The Tennessee Titans fell to an AFC-worst 2-14 record in 2014 under head coach Ken Whisenhunt. Tennessee Titans CEO Tommy Smith refuted...
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National Football League
Titans owner denies rumors team will be sold this...
Titans CEO and President Tommy Smith said Monday media reports that he wants to sell his NFL franchise are “totally irresponsible.” Jason La Canfora of CBSSports.com has reported on a couple of...
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Jason La Canfora
Pie Auction raises almost $9,000
This wasn't your typical auction. In fact, this auction which raises funds for the Silver Pirate Band, is made possible by a quick idea that came about after a dinner event 20 years ago.After a band...
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Brave Diggers fight for freedom
Stories of courage and sacrifice from a combat zone. The bazaar was silent, its walls riddled with bullet holes and the ground awash with fresh blood. Children darted in and out, hurling rocks at the...
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Australian War Memorial
Fire damages house on Ridge Street in Summit Town...
SUMMIT TWP., MI – Ryan Bradshaw said he had been in his bedroom only minutes before his sister realized the room was on fire. When he left, there were no signs of flames, Bradshaw said Saturday, Jan....
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Click here for detailed news of all itemsGoogle's Page named as business person of the yearNew York: Google's Larry Page has emerged as the 'business person of the year' for 2014, edging past the...
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National Service Coordinator allegedly commits su...
General News of Sunday, 4 January 2015 The Suhum Municipal Coordinator for the National Service Scheme has allegedly committed suicide outside his home in Somanya. Lambert Akansah is alleged to be...
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Bureau of National Investigations
The Case Against Credentialism
In 1961, David McClelland, a psychologist at Harvard, published The Achieving Society, an extravagantly ambitious attempt to discover why certain cultures “worked” better than others. Why, among West...
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Donald Edgar Whalley
Don was born on April 23, 1926, in Calvin, Ontario, Canada to William Dennis Clark Whalley (W.D.C.) and Carrie Mildred (Hurlbert) Whalley, who are both deceased. Don is survived by five children:...
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Central Queensland 'quality horses' in national s...
GREATER access to quality horses is the catalyst for Central Queensland's prominence on the national racing scene, says former Callaghan Park racecourse manager Graeme Green. Fresh from Our Boy...
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