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Leota Marie “Lee” Moran
Leota Marie "Lee" Moran, 69, of Belpre, passed away on Sept. 22, 2014. She was born Nov. 4, 1944 in Michigan, and was raised in Salem, W.Va. She moved with her family to Las Vegas, Nev. in 1973, and...
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Ortner reports on care
With more than 42 years in the field of mental health, Tom Ortner, founder and principal partner of Ortner Management Group, has worked in every position, from mental health worker to regional vice...
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Couple win award for 'best' garden in Nottingham
HAVING a perfectly manicured lawn and a colourful array of flowers gives Sheila Roome a great sense of pride. Sheila and her husband, Wallace, say they spend up to three hours a day pottering around...
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Guildford's Rileys closes after company goes into...
Audit and financial advisory firm Deloitte immediately closed the Guildford branch, on Monday (September 15), along with 14 others, with 104 staff being made redundant across the company. Out of...
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Dragons honour giant of rugby league Reg Gasnier
It is significant that Saturday’s memorial ceremony for Reg Gasnier at Kogarah Oval will have an almost religious formality because the Dragons and Immortal centre set rugby league records with a...
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Shoalhaven Winter Wine Festival photos
Wine and laughter at Silos Estate during the Shoalhaven Winter Wine Festival on Sunday for Lloyd Meredith and Carla Hockrocket from Wollongong, Shae Arazny from Bulli and Kelswan Johnson from...
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Eureka flag remnants go on display at M.A.D.E
FRAGMENTS torn from the original Eureka flag are being exhibited in Ballarat for the first time in more than a century. FRAGMENTS torn from the original Eureka flag are being exhibited in Ballarat...
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Danalynn Recer’s Texas death-row defense strategies have won over juries and prosecutors alike. Photograph by Dan Winters. The death penalty is withering, even in Texas. In the nineteen-nineties,...
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‘Gangster’ doctor in the dock
Cape Town - A 39-year-old Durbanville doctor, who worked at the Tygerberg Hospital trauma unit, is accused of possessing an arsenal of illegal firearms which he allegedly sold to gangs. Outstanding...
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Murder case plea negotiations reach deadlock
Cape Town - Plea negotiations between the State and a man accused of strangling his girlfriend have reached a deadlock. On Thursday, Clive Bailey appeared in the Cape Town Regional Court in...
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