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Anchorage weighs liquor license for mobile food b...
A coffee and lunchtime spot that operates out of a refurbished conex and opened just over a year ago at the edge of Downtown is pushing for a liquor license, required to serve beer and wine. The...
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Paddon sitting eighth in Rally Portugal
New Zealand driver Hayden Paddon sits a solid eighth after the first full day of racing in Rally Portugal. He is just 40 seconds down on the overall leader, Finland's Jari-Matti Latvala, who won two...
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Unregistered contractor sentenced
A Vancouver contractor who admitted to working without a license or insurance to cover injured workers was ordered to pay the state more than $72,000, according to a news release from the Department...
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Clark County Superior Court
Police investigating after body found in burned c...
MADBURY, N.H. (MyFoxBoston.com) -- Police are investigating after finding a body in a burning car Friday in Madbury, N.H. At about 6 a.m., firefighters responded to Mast Road Sand and
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Kalamazoo Woman In Urgent Need Of Home Repairs
KALAMAZOO, Mich. — Nearly a month ago, Kalamazoo’s Sally Tuttle received a notice from the city, notifying her that if she didn’t fix her garage, roof and paint job that she would be fined. The notice...
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Minor rain damage to trails to be repaired before...
Recent heavy rains have damaged trails throughout Broomfield, prompting crews to start repairs ahead of two community events meant to celebrate the trail system. Broomfield trails with
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Legacy High School
Keeping an eye on water quality
The restoration of spawning grounds for the brook trout in Norfolk County will help officials keep an eye on water quality, says a conservation official. The fish is the “canary” that reflects how...
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DANIEL R. PEARCE
Town purchases special event tents
The Town of Hinton has gone ahead with the purchase of 18 special event tents to the tune of $29,000 from Special Event Sales. The town was supposed to meet with local groups that could benefit from...
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Fishing Report From The TWRA
Here is the fishing report from the TWRA: Center Hill: Fishing is fair. Water temperature is 79 degrees; lake is fairly stable. Bass: A few bass are being caught on topwater baits while fish are...
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New parking lot is draining
There are lots of holes in Quinte Conservation’s new parking lot – and that’s what makes it special. Agency staff are testing two forms of porous concrete for their abilities to capture, store and...
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The world is your mall
The heaviness of the humid May air encircled me as I stepped out of the air-conditioned comfort of the truck and onto the dusty
. Stretching my arms after having been cooped-up in the cramped...
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Dugan Lake gets new accessible trail
Government leaders officially opened the Dugan Lake Accessible Trail Friday near 150 Mile House. The trail was built thanks to a partnership between the Williams Lake Indian Band, the Cariboo...
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Residents get their way
A community project - probably unique in New Zealand - has been undertaken to rebuild the road into Moeraki. David Bruce looks at how it was done. Moeraki has built itself a road. It's not a fancy...
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Waitaki District Council
Stamford Help Exchange
The following is a listing of volunteer opportunities in the area. For more information, call the Volunteer Center of United Way of Western Connecticut at 203-348-7714. Reception help needed at...
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An Outdoor View: Fishing and luck
... note: Because 2015 marks the 30th year that a Kenai River king salmon has held the IGFA, all-tackle world record, let’s consider what it takes — or more aptly what it doesn’t take — to catch...
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U.S. Lawmakers Demand Freedom for Mexican Hunger ...
Frontera NorteSur Two U.S. lawmakers from the state of Washington have joined a renewed international chorus demanding the release of an imprisoned community police commander in Mexico. Congressman...
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Will a Relic of the World’s Fair Ever Get a Prope...
The Tent of Tomorrow, part of the New York State Pavilion, in 2014.Photo: ©Marco Catini Photography Constructed for the 1964–65 World’s Fair, the New York State Pavilion in Flushing Meadows Park is...
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Beware: Enjoy state parks, but watch your step
Beware: Enjoy state parks, but watch your step | News & Observer News & Observer May 22, 2015 Beware: Enjoy state parks, but watch your step As I hiked the Pinnacle Trail at Crowders Mountain State...
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Truck crash closes I-75 ramp to I-4
SEFFNER (FOX 13) - An overturned truck is causing bad delays for holiday travelers trying to get from Interstate 75 to Interstate 4. A semi-truck hauling what appears to be
overturned on the...
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The NW-Side has a pigeon poop problem; Who's gonn...
OLD IRVING PARK — It crunches underfoot like
, but that layer of whitish-gray pebbles pedestrians encounter on the sidewalks beneath Old Irving Park’s viaducts isn’t stone. It’s pigeon...
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