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Elusive bobcat again escapes from New Jersey home
STAFFORD TOWNSHIP, N.J. - A pet bobcat that has repeatedly escaped from its owner's southern New Jersey home is again on the loose. The Asbury Park Press (http://on.app.com/1orDkIF) reports Rocky...
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Marijuana proposal failed due to state and federa...
COLUMBIA - Councilwoman
Chadwick said the city council would have approved marijuana decriminalization Monday evening had it not been against state and federal laws. Chadwick supported the idea...
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Third time’s a charm
Third time’s a charmBlue Streak Ana Fedmasu wins singles title at sectionals, advances to state Blue Streak tennis standout senior Ana Fedmasu had a dream – win the singles title at the IHSA...
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Southern Pines, Habitat for Humanity team to buil...
The Southern Pines Animal Shelter has partnered with Hattiesburg Habitat for Humanities in the new Habitat for Hounds program. Habitat and Southern Pines are looking for groups or organizations to...
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UPS honors Winter Park woman for 40 years of safe...
UPS honored Winter Park resident
Odom on Tuesday as the first female driver to hit 40 years of service – and over 4 million miles – with a safe record. Odom, 64, started driving for UPS in...
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$84 million Microsoft CEO: We pay women equally
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has some really bad timing. The very day that Nadella said women at Microsoft are paid equally for performing the same work as men, the CEO made headlines for his mammoth...
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KRDO Colorado Springs
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Kenai students take over city for a day
KENAI — Future police officers, city council members and judges spent a day learning how Kenai city government works. Three classes from Kaleidoscope School of Arts and Science traveled to Kenai City...
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Kaleidoscope School of Arts and Science
Donald Duane Barber
Donald Duane Barber, 81, of Mattapoisett died October 17, 2014 peacefully at St. Luke’s Hospital after complications following cancer surgery surrounded by his family. He was the beloved husband of...
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St. Luke’s Hospital
U.S. Air Force
Newport fighting to keep USCG rescue helicopter
The Coast Guard air station in Newport, along the central Oregon coast, is being closed at the end of November – but not without a fight. The closure was announced in early October as a result of...
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Columbia marijuana decriminalization bill fails
COLUMBIA -- After three hours of intense debate on Monday night, city council members defeated a marijuana decriminalization measure by a single vote. In its final form, the measure would have...
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Board of Health
SPCA, Second Chances Thrift Store to host Spook Y...
Saturday will be going to the dogs — and other animals. The Lenoir County SPCA and Second Chances Thrift Store will hold its first Spook Your Pooch Fall Bazaar and Family Fun Day from 10 a.m. to 2...
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New style options in the fight against lymphedema
Dangly earrings. Funky shoes. Vintage scarves. It’s not unusual for the fashion-conscious to be known for a signature accessory. For
Heinrich, it’s a compression sleeve. “I would rather have...
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Social Studies: Gala does not stay ‘Silent’
Ever think about what’s in your shampoo? Or the effects your car’s exhaust could have on your health? The Silent Spring Institute would like you to consider those questions. The organization last...
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New York Times
Rallying women voters to the polls
Lowcountry women politicians and business owners want to make sure when next month's elections come around, female voters are making their voices heard at the ballot box. "Rally at the Royal," a non...
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Talib Kweli Q&A: 'Nah son ...the world owes you n...
From collaborating with local rap star Cassper Nyovest to the live TV airing of a heated argument with CNN anchor Don Lemon over the media’s coverage of the Ferguson saga, it’s hard to have missed US...
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Apple, IBM spur busy tech session
SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) — Apple Inc.’s pending quarterly results and IBM Corp.’s disappointing earnings highlighted the divergent paths of two of the tech world’s biggest names, in Monday’s...
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IBM storage revenues sink: 'We are disappointed,'...
IBM's storage revenues are continuing to slump, with the latest overall IBM results causing the abandonment of a long-term earnings/share goal. IBM's overall revenues for its third 2014 quarter were...
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ND pair go 1-2 at Marathon Invite
Notre Dame's Garrett Butters and Matt Karee went 1-2 at the Marathon Invite in the unseeded race on Saturday. Butters won in 17:37.7 and Karee was second in 17:47. Waverly's Collin Traub was fourth...
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Vineyard Run a huge success; full results posted
KELSEYVILLE, Calif. – Participants in the 25th Annual Vineyard Run for Literacy, held Oct. 12, raised more than $5,000 for the Lake County Literacy Coalition. An exceptionally warm and sunny morning...
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Colorado mountain resort projects emerge from tor...
Big high-country construction projects are emerging from a nearly six-year hibernation. Investors are freeing the flow of cash. Buyers are stepping up. And in Breckenridge, Vail and the Roaring Fork...
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