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Eli Manning and Tony Romo Do Their Best Rob Lowe ...
DirecTV killed its long-running Rob Lowe campaign in April after more than six months of spots in which the actor introduced pathetic versions of himself—the kind of guy who has cable instead of...
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Atkins ivory bill sparks debate on illegal trade,...
State Assembly Speaker Toni Atkins was discussing elephant slaughtering during dinner with a friend when she decided to do something about it. “They could become extinct, and that just really hit...
Read more at The Sacramento Bee
Court won't hear appeal in Old National Bank laws...
EVANSVILLE — The Indiana Supreme Court will not consider Old National Bank’s petition to hear arguments on whether a lawsuit against the Evansville-based bank can proceed as a class action. The...
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In Tahoka, the Mayor could save your life
The mayor of Tahoka is very excited about a new vehicle for the city, worth more than $140,000, because he will get to drive it. It's an ambulance. And here's why the mayor gets it... He is also the...
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KPLC Lake Charles
The following decisions have been made by magistrates at court hearings. In all drink-drive cases the legal limit is 35 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath, 80 milligrammes of alcohol...
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Czap wins by nine to repeat as champ
George Coval won the grizzlies division (60-69 gross) with an 82, while Denny Shealer (84) was second, and Bob Smith (87) finished third. Ron Eiler won the polar bear gross (70-and-over) with an 80,...
Read more at Altoona Mirror
Supermarket team to hike 42.5km up river for Seco...
GRAFTON Mall Coles manager Frank McDermott said Coles was on track to raise almost $30,000 for national food charity SecondBite. The team from Coles supermarkets across the North Coast will today be...
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Pro-flag petition gains support, but targets wron...
More than 650 people have signed an online petition demanding the return of the Mississippi state flag to its post on Egan Drive. However, they may be barking up the wrong tree, or flagpole...
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Tipton silos which towered over homes are pulled ...
These two 30ft silos - erected without planning permission - have now been taken down in what is being touted as a victory for protestors. One by one, the two structures were razed to the ground,...
Read more at Express and Star
Public invited to Kent walks
A walk will be held July 25 at 2 p.m. at the former Camp Francis property, now known as the East Kent Hamlet Nature Preserve, at 39 Kent Hollow Road. All Camp Francis alumnae are invited to attend,...
Read more at The Greater New Milford Spectrum
St. Gabriel School, Fourth Quarter 2014-2015 acad...
St. Gabriel School Concord Township Fourth Quarter Honor Roll 2014-2015 academic year First Honors Eighth grade: Dillon Bangasser, Courtney Byrnes, Benjamin Capella, Jonathan Cerar, Anna Corso,...
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York Daily Record
TraPac on board as JaxPort explores cheaper, scal...
TraPac, a major JaxPort tenant and key driver behind the push to dredge the St. Johns River, said it is fully behind port officials as they explore a scaled-back option deepening the river that would...
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St. Johns River
Sold on no-till solution
The State Fair offers visitors a chance to get a close-up look at a variety of farm machinery and talk to dealers. Larson is making his fourth appearance as a vendor. He is joined by Gavin Porter of...
Read more at Minot Daily News
UNL Police Department Gains Experience Over Summe...
LINCOLN, Neb-- With summer in full swing and students on break, the University of Nebraska Lincoln's Police department is still hard at work. UNL PD Captain of Security Operations,
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Go, Friday: Movies in the Park, Harry Conick Jr.,...
Harry Connick Jr., 8 p.m. Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, 1037 S.W. Broadway, Portland; $57 to $139. 800-273-1530 or www.portland5.com The Preservation Hall Jazz Band will play it's New Orleans-style...
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Albury confident of holding Baker Shield
ALBURY is confident of claiming successive
Shields when the junior tournament returns to the Border on Sunday. Thirty-two players from Albury, Wodonga, Wagga and Griffith will...
Read more at The Border Mail
Residue is the Salvation of the Soil
Residue is the Salvation of the SoilMonday, 13 July 2015, 2:51 pmPress Release: Inspire Residue is the Salvation of the SoilJuly 13, 2015International soil scientist,
, is appalled every...
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Clevedon pool closed after electrical power surge
Breaking NewsClevedon pool closed after electrical power surge The swimming pool at Strode Leisure Centre has been closed temporarily. The swimming pool at Clevedon’s Strode Leisure Centre has been...
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Expert: Players have uphill climb in suit against...
Seven former University of Illinois women's basketball players could have a tough time winning their $10 million discrimination lawsuit against the UI, says a central Illinois lawyer who represents...
Read more at The Champaign News-Gazette
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Longtime Italian restaurant closed, owners planni...
Salvatore Scallopini on Miller Road has closed to make way for the opening of an IHOP. Movers were on-site recently moving out some furniture. Signs posted on the door indicate that the restaurant has...
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