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WLOX-TV Biloxi
Improvement projects underway at GCRL propertiesIt's usually a quiet, peaceful educational setting at the Gulf Coast Research L
Improvement projects underway at GCRL properties
WLOX-TV Biloxi / Posted 8 hours ago
It's usually a quiet, peaceful educational setting at the Gulf Coast Research Lab, a branch of the University of Southern Mississippi. Not so much these days with saws and drills whirring away. The docking piers are being completely re-done, new... Read more
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Bleacher Report
Ignore the Rumors, Butler Shouldn't Be Going AnywhereLast July, when Jimmy Butler sat with Chicago Bulls brass in the event room at
Ignore the Rumors, Butler Shouldn't Be Going Anywhere
Bleacher Report / Posted 9 hours ago
Last July, when Jimmy Butler sat with Chicago Bulls brass in the event room at the United Center to announce a five-year, $92.3 million extension, nobody imagined we’d be here, with rumblings of a trade even a possibility. After a breakout 2014-15... Read more
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Naked Capitalism
Destroying Medicare to Save ObamaCare: Hillary Clinton's "Public Option" Plana “public option” is — to mix metaphors terribly — a poisoned chalice for the h
Destroying Medicare to Save ObamaCare: Hillary Clinton's "Public Option" Plan
Naked Capitalism / Posted 14 hours ago
a “public option” is — to mix metaphors terribly — a poisoned chalice for the health care system, and not an olive branch to the left. Let’s get the narrative out of the way first, and then treat the rest of these topics in order “The... Read more
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Memphis Commercial Appeal
A weekend of violence, past and present, Coliseum readies another close-up, and moreto unveil a new marker honoring those who died in the 1866 Memphis Massacre, Re
A weekend of violence, past and present, Coliseum readies another close-up, and more
Memphis Commercial Appeal / Posted 16 hours ago
to unveil a new marker honoring those who died in the 1866 Memphis Massacre, Rev Keith Norman, President of the Memphis Branch of the NAACP, hugs NAACP Board Member Phyllis Aluko who drafted the marker's original text. Religious and city leaders... Read more
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The Coldwater Daily Reporter
Mock disaster drill Wednesday in Bronsonwhen health officials swarm over Bronson Jr./Sr. High School. The school will b
Mock disaster drill Wednesday in Bronson
The Coldwater Daily Reporter / Posted 16 hours ago
when health officials swarm over Bronson Jr./Sr. High School. The school will be the scene of a mock drill to test the Branch-Hillsdale-St. Joseph Community Health Agency's ability to distribute vaccines during a pandemic flu outbreak.The... Read more
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Memphis Commercial Appeal
A weekend of violence, past and present, Coliseum readies another close-up, and moreto unveil a new marker honoring those who died in the 1866 Memphis Massacre, Re
A weekend of violence, past and present, Coliseum readies another close-up, and more
Memphis Commercial Appeal / Posted 17 hours ago
to unveil a new marker honoring those who died in the 1866 Memphis Massacre, Rev Keith Norman, President of the Memphis Branch of the NAACP, hugs NAACP Board Member Phyllis Aluko who drafted the marker's original text. Religious and city leaders... Read more
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Officer.com
Bend Don’t BreakThe weary wind gave up and spoke. How can you still be standing Oak? The oak tr
Bend Don’t Break
Officer.com / Posted 17 hours ago
The weary wind gave up and spoke. How can you still be standing Oak? The oak tree said, I know that you Can break each branch of mine in two Carry every leaf away Shake my limbs, and make me sway But I have roots stretched in the earth Growing... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Bankruptcy watch2016, Chapter 13. BEEBE Ashley Seman, 1812 Taylor Cove, May 18, 2016, Chapter
Bankruptcy watch
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted yesterday
2016, Chapter 13. BEEBE Ashley Seman, 1812 Taylor Cove, May 18, 2016, Chapter 7. BELLA VISTA James Joseph Brassart (aka Jim Brassart), 9 Alva Lane, May 17, 2016, Chapter 7. BENTON Cindy Diane Haltom, 6101 Alcoa Road No. 1315, May 18, 2016,... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Noreen Hay won't contest Whip position after staff member chargedcomes after he and the opposition demanded Liberal MP Glenn Brookes resign from
Noreen Hay won't contest Whip position after staff member charged
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
comes after he and the opposition demanded Liberal MP Glenn Brookes resign from parliament after his staff member, Jim Daniel, was charged in March. Mr Daniel was issued court attendance notices following allegations by the NSW Electoral... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Noreen Hay won't contest Whip position after staff member chargedcomes after he and the opposition demanded Liberal MP Glenn Brookes resign from
Noreen Hay won't contest Whip position after staff member charged
Illawarra Mercury / Posted yesterday
comes after he and the opposition demanded Liberal MP Glenn Brookes resign from parliament after his staff member, Jim Daniel, was charged in March. Mr Daniel was issued court attendance notices following allegations by the NSW Electoral... Read more
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Tribune Chronicle
Set to singof Tom Macy, forest health program administrator with the Ohio Department of Na
Set to sing
Tribune Chronicle / Posted yesterday
of Tom Macy, forest health program administrator with the Ohio Department of Natural Resources' Forestry Division; Jim Fredericks, chief entomologist with the National Pest Management Association; and Gene Kritsky, a cicada expert at... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Noreen Hay won't contest Whip position after staff member chargedcomes after he and the opposition demanded Liberal MP Glenn Brookes resign from
Noreen Hay won't contest Whip position after staff member charged
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
comes after he and the opposition demanded Liberal MP Glenn Brookes resign from parliament after his staff member, Jim Daniel, was charged in March. Mr Daniel was issued court attendance notices following allegations by the NSW Electoral... Read more
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The Young Witness
Noreen Hay won't contest Whip position after staff member chargedcomes after he and the opposition demanded Liberal MP Glenn Brookes resign from
Noreen Hay won't contest Whip position after staff member charged
The Young Witness / Posted yesterday
comes after he and the opposition demanded Liberal MP Glenn Brookes resign from parliament after his staff member, Jim Daniel, was charged in March. Mr Daniel was issued court attendance notices following allegations by the NSW Electoral... Read more
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Western Advocate
Noreen Hay won't contest Whip position after staff member chargedcomes after he and the opposition demanded Liberal MP Glenn Brookes resign from
Noreen Hay won't contest Whip position after staff member charged
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
comes after he and the opposition demanded Liberal MP Glenn Brookes resign from parliament after his staff member, Jim Daniel, was charged in March. Mr Daniel was issued court attendance notices following allegations by the NSW Electoral... Read more
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Bennington Banner
Bennington Area Habitat for Humanity dedicates a rehabbed 80-old homeon Sunday, after Bennington Area Habitat for Humanity (BAHfH) spent four months
Bennington Area Habitat for Humanity dedicates a rehabbed 80-old home
Bennington Banner / Posted yesterday
on Sunday, after Bennington Area Habitat for Humanity (BAHfH) spent four months rehabilitating the 1930s house at 334 North Branch St. Rebecca King applied to be a homebuyer at the end of February, and was just accepted a few weeks ago. "We were... Read more
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New Bern Sun Journal
Solemn, patriotic activities to highlight this weekHavelock City Park this weekend.The Havelock Appearance Commission will be coll
Solemn, patriotic activities to highlight this week
New Bern Sun Journal / Posted yesterday
Havelock City Park this weekend.The Havelock Appearance Commission will be collecting old and worn military boots from any branch of service for its annual Memorial Day “Salute the Boot” display.The display will be located at Havelock City Park... Read more
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Rutland Herald
Leahy hiding from sunshinebe released. What is being requested is the release of emails following the sam
Leahy hiding from sunshine
Rutland Herald / Posted yesterday
be released. What is being requested is the release of emails following the same standard imposed on the federal executive branch, and on Governor Shumlin right here in Vermont. In the political business, this equating of a federal program where... Read more
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The New Yorker
North Carolina’s Retrograde StepCarolina was more than willing to countenance “all-gender” bathrooms when they
North Carolina’s Retrograde Step
The New Yorker / Posted yesterday
Carolina was more than willing to countenance “all-gender” bathrooms when they served the purposes of racial segregation. Jim Crow legislation culminated in separate bathrooms for white men and white women, but only a single “colored” rest room... Read more
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Everett Herald
Highway 99 renamed in honor of Snohomish settler William P. Stewartas “Jefferson Davis Highway No. 99.” That marker and another near Vancouver, W
Highway 99 renamed in honor of Snohomish settler William P. Stewart
Everett Herald / Posted 2 days ago
as “Jefferson Davis Highway No. 99.” That marker and another near Vancouver, Washington, were put up in 1940 by a state branch of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. Davis, once a congressman from Mississippi, was president of the... Read more
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The Post-Journal
New Antique Shop Opens In WestfieldWESTFIELD - The Westfield antique scene is entering a new chapter, as Jim and L
New Antique Shop Opens In Westfield
The Post-Journal / Posted 2 days ago
WESTFIELD - The Westfield antique scene is entering a new chapter, as Jim and Laurie Wroda, new owners of 58 E. Main St. in downtown Westfield, the former Saraf's Emporium, have opened a dual purpose antique center. The Westfield Village Antique... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Jim’s work for his people will be rememberedJIM Hagan was an extraordinary man whose audacity to challenge mainstream socie
Jim’s work for his people will be remembered
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
JIM Hagan was an extraordinary man whose audacity to challenge mainstream society’s thinking that Aboriginal people should be out of sight, out of mind, living in fringe camps on the perimeter of rural towns, changed not only his life but that of his... Read more
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Salem News
OUR READERS WRITE...we insure for us and the kids and I about fell out of my chair. How in the heck
OUR READERS WRITE...
Salem News / Posted 3 days ago
we insure for us and the kids and I about fell out of my chair. How in the heck could it be so high? I immediately called Jim Sanor from Sandy and Beaver Insurance to inquire who in my family had hidden what had to have been a 10 car pileup they... Read more
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Memphis Commercial Appeal
Park Service official: Marking Reconstruction-era sites ‘long overdue'to unveil a new marker honoring those who died in the 1866 Memphis Massacre, Re
Park Service official: Marking Reconstruction-era sites ‘long overdue'
Memphis Commercial Appeal / Posted 3 days ago
to unveil a new marker honoring those who died in the 1866 Memphis Massacre, Rev Keith Norman, President of the Memphis Branch of the NAACP, hugs NAACP Board Member Phyllis Aluko who drafted the marker's original text. Religious and city leaders... Read more
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Memphis Commercial Appeal
Park Service official: Marking Reconstruction-era sites ‘long overdue'to unveil a new marker honoring those who died in the 1866 Memphis Massacre, Re
Park Service official: Marking Reconstruction-era sites ‘long overdue'
Memphis Commercial Appeal / Posted 3 days ago
to unveil a new marker honoring those who died in the 1866 Memphis Massacre, Rev Keith Norman, President of the Memphis Branch of the NAACP, hugs NAACP Board Member Phyllis Aluko who drafted the marker's original text. Religious and city leaders... Read more
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BC Local News
Breweries to benefit from mark-up reductioncraft breweries will no longer be required to remit the supplier price of their
Breweries to benefit from mark-up reduction
BC Local News / Posted 3 days ago
craft breweries will no longer be required to remit the supplier price of their products to the Liquor Distribution Branch, which the province says will improve cash flow for companies. This was the more exciting part of the announcement... Read more
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Penticton Western News
Breweries to benefit from mark-up reductionwell, craft breweries will no longer be required to remit the supplier price of
Breweries to benefit from mark-up reduction
Penticton Western News / Posted 3 days ago
well, craft breweries will no longer be required to remit the supplier price of their products to the Liquor Distribution Branch, which the province says will improve cash flow for companies. It will impact all the Penticton breweries — Bad... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
First Coast Happeningshand $5, Chinese auction tickets $1 each of six for $5. (352) 231-2029. Nation
First Coast Happenings
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 3 days ago
hand $5, Chinese auction tickets $1 each of six for $5. (352) 231-2029. National Safe Boating Week Kickoff, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., Jim King Park and Boat Ramp, Sisters Creek, 8203 Heckscher Drive. Features an attempt to set the world’s record for the most... Read more
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IGN
Between the Panels: DC Needs a New Geoff Johnsand the announcement that Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns will be one of two
Between the Panels: DC Needs a New Geoff Johns
IGN / Posted 3 days ago
and the announcement that Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns will be one of two men responsible for overseeing this new branch. Clearly, the hope is that Johns will be able to bring the same magic touch to DC's movie universe that he has with... Read more
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The Lexington Dispatch
Frank wants higher salaries for assistant prosecutorsoffice as an ADA making $49,500. Woodyard is now an attorney for Davidson Count
Frank wants higher salaries for assistant prosecutors
The Lexington Dispatch / Posted 3 days ago
office as an ADA making $49,500. Woodyard is now an attorney for Davidson County and has annual salary of $67,094.30, said Jim Price, human resources director for Davidson County. Frank would have liked to have her ADA salary at $65,000 due to her... Read more
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The Lexington Dispatch
Frank wants higher ADA salariesoffice as an ADA making $49,500. Woodyard is now an attorney for Davidson Count
Frank wants higher ADA salaries
The Lexington Dispatch / Posted 3 days ago
office as an ADA making $49,500. Woodyard is now an attorney for Davidson County and has annual salary of $67,094.30, said Jim Price, human resources director for Davidson County. Frank would have liked to have her ADA salary at $65,000 due to her... Read more
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Spalding Today
Fear and loathing on South Holland farmlands of a hare coursing tide of terrorcent of the farming community here is incensed about it.” Summing up the mood
Fear and loathing on South Holland farmlands of a hare coursing tide of terror
Spalding Today / Posted 4 days ago
cent of the farming community here is incensed about it.” Summing up the mood of farmers, ex-NFU Holland (Lincolnshire) branch chairman Ian Stancer said: “New Lincolnshire Police and Crime Commissioner Marc Jones has his work cut out to turn a... Read more
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The Williamsport Sun-Gazette
Green Dragons’ Sprunt and Spinello take titleSprunt and Spinello defeated Smith and David Rigas, 6-4, 6-4 in the District 4
Green Dragons’ Sprunt and Spinello take title
The Williamsport Sun-Gazette / Posted 4 days ago
Sprunt and Spinello defeated Smith and David Rigas, 6-4, 6-4 in the District 4 Class AA doubles championship at the West Branch Tennis Club. Each team advanced to next weekend's state tournament in Hershey. Tim Spinello, front, shakes hands... Read more
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Salem News
ON THE CALENDAR THIS WEEKClass of 1962, breakfast, 9:30 a.m., Adele's Place in Salem. David Anderson Hi
ON THE CALENDAR THIS WEEK
Salem News / Posted 4 days ago
Class of 1962, breakfast, 9:30 a.m., Adele's Place in Salem. David Anderson High School Class of 1969, coverdish, 1 p.m., Jim Crosser's cottage on Woodsdale Road, Guilford Lake; for information or directions call 330-424-9736 or... Read more
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Brainerd Dispatch
Kayak trip puts veterans in natural serenitywas serene: water gurgled through the rocks and birds chased each other among t
Kayak trip puts veterans in natural serenity
Brainerd Dispatch / Posted 4 days ago
was serene: water gurgled through the rocks and birds chased each other among the reeds nearby. A soft breeze moved the branches of trees on the riverbank, filled with green young leaves. The veterans—all of which were men ranging in age from... Read more
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Greene County Daily World
Community Notesprizes June 1. For preschool - grade 6. Teen activites also available. Saturda
Community Notes
Greene County Daily World / Posted 4 days ago
prizes June 1. For preschool - grade 6. Teen activites also available. Saturday, May 21 Linton Moose Lodge will host Jim DanDee Karaoke from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., the public is welcome and invited to attend. Bring a friend! The members of... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
Not On Him, Inside Him!There is no way the school board can fix all that needs to be done but there is
Not On Him, Inside Him!
The Chattanoogan / Posted 4 days ago
There is no way the school board can fix all that needs to be done but there is said to be little leeway in County Mayor Jim Coppinger’s proposed budget that he will present to the commission in June. Call me an Einstein but the obvious answer... Read more
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Daily Examiner
RSL sub-branch unveils new memorialsTHE Grafton RSL sub-branch has unveiled an upgrade two war memorials and new pl
RSL sub-branch unveils new memorials
Daily Examiner / Posted 4 days ago
THE Grafton RSL sub-branch has unveiled an upgrade two war memorials and new plaques in Grafton's Memorial Park to honour the servicemen from more recent wars after receiving two grants. Sub-branch President Brian Bulititude said they received... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Many California cities predict no conservation requirements under new water rulesover the years have left Metropolitan’s member agencies positioned to meet expe
Many California cities predict no conservation requirements under new water rules
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 4 days ago
over the years have left Metropolitan’s member agencies positioned to meet expected demand. Closer to Sacramento, Ross Branch, a spokesman for the Placer County Water Agency, said his agency has “more than enough supply to meet our demands” and... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
Rudock wise to cling to his humilityDetroit Lions draft picks Jake Rudock, Anthony Zettel and Jimmy Landes speak wi
Rudock wise to cling to his humility
Detroit Free Press / Posted 4 days ago
Detroit Lions draft picks Jake Rudock, Anthony Zettel and Jimmy Landes speak with reporters Thursday, May 19, 2016. Video by Carlos Monarrez / DFP There’s a humble sensibility to Jake Rudock. A look of “Oh, my gosh” amazement in his eyes, a residual... Read more
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Northumberland Today
Donated ambulances will make an impactdirector Meaghan Macdonald of Habitat For Humanity Northumberland and Medical F
Donated ambulances will make an impact
Northumberland Today / Posted 4 days ago
director Meaghan Macdonald of Habitat For Humanity Northumberland and Medical First Responder Unit chief Jim Maguire of St. John Ambulance Northumberland accepted. Cobourg Police Chief Kai Liu was on hand with the former... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
INFINZ Awards Recognises Excellence in Capital Marketsto become the best in its business and has helped the company to become a globa
INFINZ Awards Recognises Excellence in Capital Markets
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 4 days ago
to become the best in its business and has helped the company to become a global supply chain business with over 240 branches around the world offering sophisticated logistics solutions. Over the five years to 31 March 2015, annual revenue... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
First Coast Happeningshand $5, Chinese auction tickets $1 each of six for $5. (352) 231-2029. Nation
First Coast Happenings
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 4 days ago
hand $5, Chinese auction tickets $1 each of six for $5. (352) 231-2029. National Safe Boating Week Kickoff, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., Jim Kings Park and Boat Ramp, Sister’s Creek, 8203 Heckscher Drive. Features an attempt to set the world’s record for the... Read more
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Cincinnati CityBeat
Your Weekend To Do Listevents for kids, teens and adults. Noon-5 p.m. Saturday. Free. Public Library o
Your Weekend To Do List
Cincinnati CityBeat / Posted 4 days ago
events for kids, teens and adults. Noon-5 p.m. Saturday. Free. Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County, Main Branch, 800 Vine St., Downtown, cincinnatilibrary.org. EVENT: WESTSIDE MAKERS NEIGHBORHOOD FIELD DAY AND BOOK... Read more
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Farming Life
Hollie does the double at Finvoytheir duties with great aplomb- some of them having been recruited by Eavan Whi
Hollie does the double at Finvoy
Farming Life / Posted 4 days ago
their duties with great aplomb- some of them having been recruited by Eavan White from amongst the membership of Route Hunt branch of the Pony Club, Route Hunt and Bann Valley Riding Club. A special word of thanks to the Causeway Coast Showjumpers... Read more
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Salem News
ON THE CALENDAR THIS WEEKClass of 1962, breakfast, 9:30 a.m., Adele's Place in Salem. David Anderson Hi
ON THE CALENDAR THIS WEEK
Salem News / Posted 5 days ago
Class of 1962, breakfast, 9:30 a.m., Adele's Place in Salem. David Anderson High School Class of 1969, coverdish, 1 p.m., Jim Crosser's cottage on Woodsdale Road, Guilford Lake; for information or directions call 330-424-9736 or... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
First Coast Happeningshand $5, Chinese auction tickets $1 each of six for $5. (352) 231-2029. Nation
First Coast Happenings
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 5 days ago
hand $5, Chinese auction tickets $1 each of six for $5. (352) 231-2029. National Safe Boating Week Kickoff, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., Jim Kings Park and Boat Ramp, Sister’s Creek, 8203 Heckscher Drive. Features an attempt to set the world’s record for the... Read more
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The Mercury News
District 9 residents demand more police in their neighborhoodmessage: spend money to hire more police to crack down on crime and speeding.
District 9 residents demand more police in their neighborhood
The Mercury News / Posted 5 days ago
message: spend money to hire more police to crack down on crime and speeding. Although the May 12 meeting at the Cambrian Branch Library touched on several issues, including the brouhaha over Milpitas' plan to send its trash to the Guadalupe... Read more
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Crain's Chicago Business
The return of the Replacements and 'The Art of Falling'that it's taken a while to remount the show. (It did play in California for a b
The return of the Replacements and 'The Art of Falling'
Crain's Chicago Business / Posted 5 days ago
that it's taken a while to remount the show. (It did play in California for a brief run linked to Second City's West Coast branch). It's another short run, and this time people know in advance how good this show is, so plan ahead to get good seats.... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Bryant signs bond billstate Bond Commission. She and one other other member of the Commission, which
Bryant signs bond bill
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 5 days ago
state Bond Commission. She and one other other member of the Commission, which also includes Bryant and Attorney General Jim Hood, could block the issuance of bonds for any of the proposals in the legislation. Earlier, Clay Chandler, a spokesman... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Ladbrokes accused on lone-staff policy as one worker is killed and another rapedwas reducing management roles. Aarij was caught on CCTV calmly leaving the Lad
Ladbrokes accused on lone-staff policy as one worker is killed and another raped
Daily Mirror / Posted 5 days ago
was reducing management roles. Aarij was caught on CCTV calmly leaving the Ladbrokes after beating Mr Iacovou to death Jim Mullen insisted health and safety was 'non-negotiable' Chief executive Jim Mullen admitted to the tribunal there were... Read more
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