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KX TV North Dakota
Residents Saddened by Closing of North Dakota Power Plantof operation, one of North Dakota's oldest coal station power plants will shut
Residents Saddened by Closing of North Dakota Power Plant
KX TV North Dakota / Posted 3 days ago
of operation, one of North Dakota's oldest coal station power plants will shut down. It was just last week that Great River Energy announced they plan on ending operations at the Stanton station by May of next year. While many people I spoke... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Catch a sockeye, and try a recipe by Jason Wilson chef/owner of Miller’s Guild in SeattleThere are some areas where the sockeye fishery has taken off in recent days inc
Catch a sockeye, and try a recipe by Jason Wilson chef/owner of Miller’s Guild in Seattle
The Seattle Times / Posted 4 days ago
There are some areas where the sockeye fishery has taken off in recent days including Baker Lake and Columbia River. This week, Jason Wilson, executive chef and owner of Miller’s Guild at the Hotel Max in Seattle and executive chef of Coffee Flour... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
1966 triple murder still sends shock waves through HendersonvilleCharles Glass.

A friend described Shipman to Giles as quiet and easygoin

1966 triple murder still sends shock waves through Hendersonville
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 6 days ago
Charles Glass.

A friend described Shipman to Giles as quiet and easygoing, a man who loved to cook and entertain at dinner parties that could see 20 people around a well-prepared Sunday dinner.

Shipman was a 1944 graduate of... Read more

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The Hendersonville Times-News
1966 triple murder still sends shock wavesCharles Glass.

A friend described Shipman to Giles as quiet and easygoin

1966 triple murder still sends shock waves
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted 8 days ago
Charles Glass.

A friend described Shipman to Giles as quiet and easygoing, a man who loved to cook and entertain at dinner parties that could see 20 people around a well-prepared Sunday dinner.

Shipman was a 1944 graduate of... Read more

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Crain's Chicago Business
Detroit: Surprisingly hip— for the first time since the 1950s — giddy about its post-industrial prospect
Detroit: Surprisingly hip
Crain's Chicago Business / Posted 10 days ago
— for the first time since the 1950s — giddy about its post-industrial prospects; a creative class reshaping neighborhoods; a civic climate hospitable to new people and ideas; an entrepreneurial thrust, led by cool purveyors Shinola and Third... Read more
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The Dalles Chronicle
Armed robber hits food martnight after holding up Jack’s Mini Mart by The Dalles Bridge. Police are looki
Armed robber hits food mart
The Dalles Chronicle / Posted 17 days ago
night after holding up Jack’s Mini Mart by The Dalles Bridge. Police are looking for a vehicle that was stolen from Hood River at around the same time, which may be connected to the robbery. It is a dark colored 1993 Ford Explorer with... Read more
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ajc.com
15 spectacular film locations you can actually visittake pieces of it for souvenirs. Admission to the museum is $7 for adults and $
15 spectacular film locations you can actually visit
ajc.com / Posted 19 days ago
take pieces of it for souvenirs. Admission to the museum is $7 for adults and $4 for kids ages 2-12. 3. The Cherry Street Inn from "Groundhog Day" ptjoe12000/flickr Book a minimum of two nights at this bed and breakfast and enjoy the... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Cleveland, a city on the reboundwant you to know: "Enough with the jokes! The Mistake on the Lake is so 1900s.
Cleveland, a city on the rebound
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 27 days ago
want you to know: "Enough with the jokes! The Mistake on the Lake is so 1900s. This is LeBron's town now. And the Cuyahoga River hasn't caught fire since 1969. Give it a rest!" With the eyes of the world on what promises to be a boisterous... Read more

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