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Tuscola County Advertiser
Tuscola Today » Fostoria playscape built in memory of Wade DunhamBy Tom GilchristStaff Writer WATERTOWN TWP. — Pastor Steven Henry told listene
Tuscola Today » Fostoria playscape built in memory of Wade Dunham
Tuscola County Advertiser / Posted 10 days ago
By Tom GilchristStaff Writer WATERTOWN TWP. — Pastor Steven Henry told listeners outside Fostoria Baptist Church on Sunday that he trusts they’ll see the late Wade Dunham again in heaven. Children try out the new playscape at Fostoria Baptist... Read more
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The Iron Mountain Daily News
Cecconi wins Three-Point golf contestJenni Wender, 31, and Jean Constantini, 30, trailed Cecconi in Class A. Dee Da
Cecconi wins Three-Point golf contest
The Iron Mountain Daily News / Posted 14 days ago
Jenni Wender, 31, and Jean Constantini, 30, trailed Cecconi in Class A. Dee Dal Santo and Diane Beauchamp, 30, shared Class B honors, followed by Hein Pedo, 29. Beth Wedin, 36, topped Vicki Tomasoski, 28, and Shelly Myllyla, 24, in Class C. Cookie... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
New planning body to take power from Geelong Council, fast-track major projectsGeelong Authority: Planning body proposed by Victorian Government to fast-track
New planning body to take power from Geelong Council, fast-track major projects
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 15 days ago
Geelong Authority: Planning body proposed by Victorian Government to fast-track major projects Photo: The Geelong waterfront grew in popularity after a major overhaul by the Kennett Government in the 1990s. (City of Greater Geelong) The Victorian... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Baton relay, ball cap celebrations 100 YEARS STRONG: About 20 local policewomen ran the 5km relay leg around Tam
Baton relay, ball cap celebrations
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 19 days ago
100 YEARS STRONG: About 20 local policewomen ran the 5km relay leg around Tamworth on Saturday to mark the centenary anniversary of women in the police. The baton, which is making its way around the state, left the... Read more
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The Longview News-Journal
School Supply Train helps families in needVolunteers from four area organizations gave out more than 3,000 pairs of shoes
School Supply Train helps families in need
The Longview News-Journal / Posted 20 days ago
Volunteers from four area organizations gave out more than 3,000 pairs of shoes, uniforms and backpacks filled with school supplies to families in need Friday at the annual School Supply Train at First Baptist Church in Longview. "It's a pretty good... Read more
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Parkersburg News and Sentinel
Former hospital employees gather to share storiesMore than 100 former employees of St. Joseph's Hospital gathered Thursday eveni
Former hospital employees gather to share stories
Parkersburg News and Sentinel / Posted 21 days ago
More than 100 former employees of St. Joseph's Hospital gathered Thursday evening at Southwood Park in south Parkersburg for a picnic to commemorate their time at the hospital. People shared stories and memories of the facility and of the people they... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Love is in the air for grass owlsLOVE is in the air for the Eastern Grass Owl as they begin their search for a m
Love is in the air for grass owls
Daily Examiner / Posted 1 months ago
LOVE is in the air for the Eastern Grass Owl as they begin their search for a mate before heading off to nest and settle down with their new family. The ground-nesting owls are listed as 'vulnerable' on the NSW Threatened Species list by the... Read more
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Northern Star
Love is in the air for grass owlsLOVE is in the air for the Eastern Grass Owl as they begin their search for a m
Love is in the air for grass owls
Northern Star / Posted 1 months ago
LOVE is in the air for the Eastern Grass Owl as they begin their search for a mate before heading off to nest and settle down with their new family. The ground-nesting owls are listed as 'vulnerable' on the NSW Threatened Species list by the... Read more
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Aspen Daily News
Trashing a reputationConsider the public relations mess created by supposed grown-ups doing strange
Trashing a reputation
Aspen Daily News / Posted 1 months ago
Consider the public relations mess created by supposed grown-ups doing strange things with a very big and reputable hospital, St. John’s Health Center, long a noted hospital founded by Roman Catholic nuns in Santa Monica, Calif. Last year, it was... Read more

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