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At the Library, March 1
... New books at the Henderson County Public Library: Fiction “The Great Zoo of China,” Matthew Reilly “Outline,”...
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Hundreds pay their respects to Mike Perry
Hundreds pay their respects to Mike Perry Feb. 28, 2015 @ 11:41 PM HUNTINGTON - While speaking to the hundreds attending Mike Perry's funeral on Saturday at New Baptist Church, Audy Perry held up a...
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Mars One candidate misses final cut
A local man won’t be one of the first colonists on Mars. Grady Bolding, 27, of Great Bend, was one of more than 200,000 people who applied to become an astronaut with Mars One, a Netherlands-based...
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Maryland Zoo Holds Summer Camp
BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Maryland Zoo is holding a summer camp this year. Registration opens March 1. The one-week camp is $410 per child; zoo members pay $345. If children sign up with friends, there’s...
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Polar bears and postal carriers taking Denver's r...
Arvada mailman Tim Orrino broke out the shorts and sunscreen for his route during the first couple of weeks in February. For the past two weeks, he shivered in thermal underwear and a cap. Orrino has...
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Willie Cooper's story as UNC's first black basket...
... as UNC's first black basketball player began in Elm CityBy Paul Durham Sports Editor The story of Willie Cooper Jr. neither begins nor ends with him becoming the first black basketball...
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Bakersfield boy's tumor could live on in medical ...
Nathan's parents, Nicholas and Tracy Street of Bakersfield, immediately went into attack mode with aggressive treatment. Despite chemotherapy that reduced the tumor's size by 60 percent, doctors told...
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Queens Night Market Wants to Raise $100K to Open ...
John Wang is working on bringing the Queens Night Market to Flushing Meadows by April. View Full Caption CORONA — The organizer of a proposed night market that would showcase the borough's...
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Woodland Park Zoo's elephants headed to Oklahoma ...
... watches Asian elephant Chai at play. Photo by Ryan Hawk/WPZ. SEATTLE — No, it’s not the same as losing our Sonics to that dreaded city to the South and East. This is a good move, zoo...
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After fans were teased by its brief availability online two weeks ago — a “bug,” they say — the next chapter of House of Cards is finally here. Since some of us are guilty of binge-watching both...
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Tributes paid to Hitchin angler who landed world’...
... have passed into fishing folklore. To send a link to this page you must be logged in. The funeral of carp fishing expert Pete Thomas, one of the founders of Blueharts Hockey Club, was...
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Arlesey Town Council
High of the tiger: Caged cat which was down in the dumps cheers up after it is given PET MICE Sandokan the tiger became depressed after his life partner of 13 years died Staff at the zoo in eastern...
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Promoting all Dubbo has to offer
Dubbo mayor Mathew Dickerson, in the company of Councillors Allan Smith and Bill Kelly, officially launched the City Development Partnership Program on Thursday at Taronga Western Plains Zoo. Dubbo...
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Taronga Western Plains Zoo
APThe late Larry Hagman poses in front of the Southfork Ranch mansion made famous in the television show, "Dallas", in Parker, Texas. AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez, file Dallas – On a recent Sunday...
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Twitter joins high-speed chase for llamas on the ...
... -- Picture a mix of your favorite movie car chase and a trip to the zoo. Two llamas were on the loose in Sun City, Arizona, Thursday, with TV cameras following them as law enforcement closed...
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How America’s Transportation System Discriminates...
Who's winning, who's losing, and why. At the easternmost edge of Lake Erie, where the lake meets the Niagara River, the Peace Bridge connects the United States and Canada. The...
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Are carb cravings a red herring or is sugar addic...
When Kerry Hammerton was offered a chocolate chip muffin at a yoga function, her peers were astonished by her response. “I don’t eat sugar,” she told the waiter. “I’m a sugar addict.” One of her yoga...
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Do you own this ring?
Your news from across regional Australia and the world. Luke Jeffrey Cole shared this photo with us yesterday. If you have snapped a photo of the storm clouds travelling across the region this week...
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... tools for disabledTech conference features incredible, helpful tools for disabled The Leading Age Conference at the St. Paul Rivercentre, an annual event for caregivers of elderly...
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Top things to do this weekend, Feb. 27-Mar. 1
Green Day's musical American Idiot, track and field championships, art comes alive for a Night at the Museum, and music fans can enjoy Nickleback, Hozier, Gov't Mule, or the stage production of...
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