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Alcohol Sales Up in Va.; ABC Sees Record Profit
Virginians bought more alcohol in the state's beverage control stores and restaurants as the state agency saw a record profit in the last fiscal year. The Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage...
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The Associated Press
Bids to be sought after board gives approval
SANGER — School board members in Sanger authorized Superintendent Kent Crutsinger to go out for bids to replace the roof and air-conditioning and heating system at Chisholm Trail Elementary on...
Read more at Denton Record-Chronicle
University Interscholastic League
Lorain County budget contains no cuts to services
ELYRIA — The Lorain County commissioners Wednesday passed the county’s
budget for the first quarter of 2014, and it contains no cuts to government services despite a projected $1.6...
Read more at The Chronicle-Telegram
Medford postpones decision on more utility fee in...
Medford postpones decision on more utility fee increases December 12, 2013 Another utility fee increase proposed by the city may be too much for Medford City Council after it recently voted to...
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Medford City Council
Public Works Department
Salem credit rating upgraded
SALEM — The city’s credit rating has been upgraded to its highest level in history. The long-term and underlying ratings for Salem’s general obligation bonds were raised from A+ to AA in a report...
Read more at The Salem News
Behavioral Health Care Needs in Texas are No Myth...
Austin – Holiday blues and a spike in suicides are often assumed to occur during the holidays. But, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the supposed uptick in...
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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
House passes coyote bounty bill
HARRISBURG - Hunters could reap a $25 bounty for killing a coyote under a bill approved Wednesday by House lawmakers. The measure, sponsored by Rep. Mike Peifer, R-139, Honesdale, is designed to curb...
Read more at The Scranton Times-Tribune
Sheriff may get his wish
LISBON - Columbiana County commissioners have approved a 2014 budget they say will provide the sheriff with enough additional funding to hire another deputy or two. The budget approved at Wednesday's...
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Lisbon Morning Journal
The East Liverpool Review
Office on Aging
... Sayed Al-Bakry St, from Brazil St, Zamalek, Tel 0122 2760212 "Umm Kulthoum and the World of Singers", 35 paintings by artist Adel Thabet depict the diva Umm Kulthoum (5-21 December). Artellewa...
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Ryan supervisors adopt 2014 budget with no tax in...
BARNESVILLE - Real estate taxes will remain the same next year with the formal adoption of the 2014 operating budget on Monday by the Ryan Township Board of Supervisors. The real estate tax rate will...
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Pennsylvania Department of Transportation
City works budget on rise with big projects
FORT WAYNE – Fort Wayne Board of Public Works members approved a $205 million budget for 2014 on Wednesday, a budget that officials said reaffirms City Utilities commitment to continue investing in...
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California budget surplus is misleading
By Autumn Carter and Adam Tatum Apparently, all is well in California. However, politicos and average citizens probably disagree on that point. Last month, a report by the California Legislative...
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State needs to get serious about climate change r...
Whatever disagreements may exist regarding the causes for the dramatic climate change impacts Alaska is currently experiencing (albeit, on which the science is perfectly clear), it is nevertheless a...
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Santa Rosa schools may poll voters on bonds
Santa Rosa City Schools officials in January will consider moving forward with a voter poll on a potential school bond. “I think it’s important that we discuss this, and the sooner the better,”...
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Water District Seeks to Return Customers' Money
PERRIS - The Eastern Municipal Water District is seeking to return more than $60,000 to dozens of customers that the Riverside County water supplier is having trouble locating. The Perris-based...
Read more at The Temecula Valley News
Manatee School Audit Committee struggles with sta...
MANATEE-- The Manatee County School District Audit Committee left their three-hour meeting Wednesday with many loose ends to tie regarding the State Auditor General report, which showed 33 operational...
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Manatee County School Board
Landlords question fee change
SALEM - Landlords Geoff Goll and David Halverstadt questioned the need for an increase to the annual housing occupancy fee charged by the city for rental units, speaking out against the proposal...
Read more at Salem News
The Beckley Police Department has purchased five new Ford Taurus all-wheel drive police cruisers. They come equipped from the factory with heavy duty brakes, suspension and wiring. They are...
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Beckley Police Department
Ice Storm Puts Salvation Army’s Kettle Drive $550...
DALLAS (CBS 11 NEWS) – A late start to the holiday season and an ice storm have put the Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Drive in North Texas more than a $500K behind schedule. “There really has been a...
Read more at CBS Dallas - Fort Worth
VFW post preparing for move Chair Auction coming ...
Members of the Davison VFW Post 4087 taking part in the annual Memorial Day Parade. DAVISON TWP. — In about three months, the Davison Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4087 will be moving after more than...
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