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County summer events roll through August
... Back to school may be looming, but Nodaway County is celebrating summer. Here are some of the events that are scheduled: Thursday: Country Gold featuring Leroy Van Dyke and TG Sheppard, opening act...
Read more at Nodaway News Leader
Mozingo Lake Recreation Park
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Heroin influx, overdose spike alarm U.S. gov’t
An alarming increase in the amount of heroin trafficked into the United States has government officials and lawmakers looking for ways to reduce the influx of the drugs and the number of fatal...
Read more at The Washington Times
Dust Devils Wrap Up Series with 4-2 Win over Volc...
... Tri-City Dust Devils Media Relations PASCO, WA - The Tri-City Dust Devils edged the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes 4-2 Wednesday night at Gesa Stadium and won the critical five-game series three games to...
Read more at KHQ Spokane
Going to prison for stealing federal government p...
A man who pleaded guilty to stealing government equipment has been sentenced to eight months in federal prison.
Morefield of Laurel Bloomery, Tennessee, pleaded guilty to one count of...
Read more at WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
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Potential future Phantoms made strides at Flyers'...
The Flyers' development camp, which ended Sunday at the Skate Zone in Voorhees, offered plenty of positives, but none that would make the team stamp any prospects as potential NHL players this fall....
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Flyers focused on year-round development
But none of those homegrown fantasies is possible if the skills and habits taught during the last six days at the team's annual prospect development camp - which wrapped up yesterday - go by the...
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TWO Dubbo locals were so determined to help support people with a disability that they rebuilt a vehicle up and signed up to be part of the Great Endeavour Rally. James Gibson and
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Hospice founder’s son is jailed after angry drunk...
THE ADOPTED son of the founder of Helen and Douglas House was jailed for 12 months after an “angry rampage”. Kojo Ritchie, of St Mary’s Road, East Oxford, was sentenced at Oxford Crown Court last...
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This is Oxfordshire
Proposal: Less punishment for juvenile bus offend...
Under current rules it can be a crime to ride the bus without paying the fare and misbehavior can get you banned for months Longtime riders tell us behavior on the buses can be a mixed...
Read more at KIRO 7 Seattle-Tacoma
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