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Friesen wins third straight at Fonda Speedway
FONDA - Last week's heavy, rough track and Saturday's hard, smooth racing surface provided the same result in the modified main event at Fonda Speedway. Stewart Friesen used an extended green-flag...
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James A. Ellis
Talk radio takes over day games for Reds
Major League Baseball games and radio are a holy union sanctified by the sporting gods. They are simply made for each other. Sure, it's nice to watch games on television, but it doesn't compare to...
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MLL: Losses test Machine’s approach
The Ohio Machine has lost 18 of 20 games since it began play as a Major League Lacrosse expansion team last year. Its lumps have swelled to grapefruit-sized proportions during an 0-6 start to this...
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Sports Roundup: TOC, Orland Speedbowl results
District 47 TOC Results Tuesday: Baseball Westside 7, Orland 1 (minors) Hamilton-Capay 22, Westside 10 (juniors) Tuesday: Softball Willows 20, Palermo 0 (majors) Durham 12, Willows 0...
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Orland Press Register
Old Macon police cars to hit auction block
Ever wanted to own a police car? Nows your chance, sans blue lights and siren. Macon Police Department cars are up for auction Saturday at T. Lynn Davis Realty & Auction Co., 4459 Broadway. Twenty...
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Macon Police Department
Ford Crown Victoria
Lululemon's Chairman Sold Lots Of Stock Before CE...
Loading Slideshow Whole Foods Whole Foods CEO John Mackey wrote in January 2013 that Obamacare wasn't a form socialism -- as he had called it in 2009 -- but a...
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Microsemi Announces System Builder Design Tool fo...
ALISO VIEJO, Calif., June 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Microsemi Corporation (Nasdaq: MSCC), a leading provider of semiconductor solutions differentiated by power, security, reliability and performance,...
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Woman charged with making terrorist threats asks ...
NEW CUMBERLAND-A woman charged with making terrorist threats against her former New Cumberland apartment building in March is asking for her bond to be reduced so that she can relocate to Brooke...
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Businesses need to make sure big data isn't abused
Businesses need to be careful about what they analyse big data for and how they do it following the revelations regarding the US National Security Agency's alleged data-gathering programme dubbed...
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US National Security Agency
16-unit townshouses rising on Brady Avenue
STEUBENVILLE - Two buildings have been razed and the ground cleared as the Davis family prepares to build 16 new townhouse units on Brady Avenue.
bought the three lots in 2012 and had the...
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50 Years Ago - Sunday June 9 1963 Suddenly her wo...
And the rescue squad denies this was a stunt dreamed up by someone to promote the upcoming Floyd Dairy Festival. There was no comment from the cow. It seems that a cow, owned by Earnest Wattson of...
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Capital Votes: Week of June 3
... The following roll-call votes were recorded for area members of the North Carolina General Assembly in the week that ended June 7. !-- Nothing to do. The paragraph has already been output...
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Mainstream clergy joining ‘Moral Monday’ protest ...
The protest at the General Assembly this Monday, which will be led by clergy from around the state, brings together a sampling of mainstream Christians, including Catholics, Episcopalians,...
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Cupertino Union opting out of open space agreemen...
The Cupertino Union School District and city of Sunnyvale are seeking a compromise after the district's board voted May 28 to approve a termination notice to the open space agreement with the...
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Man injured in Montgomery County Canoe Accident
Indiana Conservation Officers are investigating a canoe accident that occurred Friday evening on Sugar Creek, 10 miles downstream of Crawfordsville. Christopher Wilson, 22, of Brazil sustained a...
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Pastor Glendall Lee Davis, 88, of Mt. Vernon, passed away on June 2, 2013. At the time of his passing, Glendall was being cared for at the Mt. Vernon Health Care located in Mt Vernon. Glendall was...
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Newell Funeral Home
United States Army
VA networks besieged by foreign attackers, IG says
Foreign attackers have repeatedly penetrated Veterans Affairs Department networks for at least the past three years, potentially gaining access to millions of unencrypted veterans records and other...
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Federal Computer Week
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BARSTOW • At the northern end of Second Street on Tuesday night, family and friends created a long line outside the front of Central High almost an hour before select Centurions would earn their high...
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University of Texas at San Antonio
Salinas Education Center Awarded $25,000
Salinas Education Center Awarded $25,000Salinas Education Center Awarded $25,000 Salinas, CA – June 4, 2013 - The Salinas Education Center will soon be sharing its goods thanks to the maker of...
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AROUND THE LINKS: Hurst claims CC of S match-play...
Every good golfer can look back at a moment that defined the start of a successful career. Abington Heights High School sophomore Terry Hurst Jr. may look back and realize that Sunday was that...
Read more at The Scranton Times-Tribune
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