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2015/06/28 21:14
2015/06/28 21:14
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A MOTHER-of-four was almost five times over the legal alcohol limit when she crashed her car into a tree. At Ipswich Magistrates Court, Lisa Fiona Daniell pleaded guilty to one count of driving under...
2015/06/28 21:14
2015/06/28 21:14
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2015/06/27 23:50
2015/06/27 23:50
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Pull a $20 bill out of your wallet. It may change one of these days, but for now it still is a Jackson, in all its controversy and irony. Ever since 1928, when the Treasury Department decided to...
2015/06/27 22:20
2015/06/27 22:20
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GREATER Hume council has appointed Steve Pinnuck to be acting general manager for six months after general manager Peter Veneris leaves the organisation. GREATER Hume council has appointed Steve...
2015/06/27 16:31
2015/06/27 16:31
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The Canadian Historical Exhibition stirs nationalist sentiment in June 1899. When the Canadian Historical Exhibition opened at Toronto’s Victoria College in June 1899, journalists hailed that its...
2015/06/25 05:00
2015/06/25 05:00
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Here is the latest jail booking report from Hamilton County: ABBOTT, GREGORY J 11245 LOOP ROAD SODDY DAISY, 37379 Age at Arrest: 24 years old Arresting Agency: Hamilton County Booked for Previous...
2015/06/24 15:46
2015/06/24 15:46
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Arrests posted June 23, 2015, on the Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s website. HAILEY ALTMAN: 17, of the 200 block of Notre Dame Drive, Scott. She was booked on simple burglary and simple criminal damage...
2015/06/22 13:49
2015/06/22 13:49
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A fishing derby at the Izaak Walton League attracted dozens of children and adults to a pond in Lafayette Township on Saturday afternoon. Event coordinators said said attendance was down from previous...
2015/06/21 22:35
2015/06/21 22:35
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Jayne Turvey, community services manager at the Orillia Public Library, is pictured Saturday during Doors Open with the John Ross Robertson Trophy the Orillia intermediate hockey team won in 1915,...
2015/06/20 05:00
2015/06/20 05:00
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Christopher Czapla, principal of Tamaqua Area Middle School, announced the school’s honor roll for the fourth marking period of the 2014-15 year. Criteria for honor roll include: highest honors, an...
2015/06/19 19:20
2015/06/19 19:20
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Orillia has an amazing sports history. Over the years, Orillia's athletes have won awards, medals and trophies and have quietly returned to their regular lives, leaving the details of their legacies...
2015/06/19 01:32
2015/06/19 01:32
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A Rolla man was sentenced Thursday morning to over two years in prison for his role in the distribution of methamphetamine in March and April of 2014 in Phelps County. A Rolla man was sentenced...
2015/06/18 14:28
2015/06/18 14:28
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The Air Force recently selected 8,446 staff sergeants for promotion to technical sergeant. Military.com sends its congratulations to all who were promoted -- the complete selection list is below....
2015/06/18 10:15
2015/06/18 10:15
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Students of U.S. Naval Test Pilot School Class 147 graduated June 12 signifying their successful completion of the school’s intense 11-month course of instruction. The 32 graduates, now designated as...
2015/06/17 01:23
2015/06/17 01:23
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The death of an Oamaru man over the weekend is still unexplained, police say. Wayne John Ross' body was found at a commercial premise on Arun St on Saturday evening. A post mortem was completed...
2015/06/16 17:57
2015/06/16 17:57
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AS THE photographer of the Faces of Coffs Harbour, I would like to take this opportunity to thank a number of people who have assisted the community photographic arts project celebrating the...
2015/06/16 00:32
2015/06/16 00:32
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Unexplained death in Oamaru - Update 3Tuesday, 16 June 2015, 11:59 amPress Release: New Zealand PoliceUnexplained death in Oamaru - Update 3Police are continuing to investigate the unexplained death...
2015/06/15 22:17
2015/06/15 22:17
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... Portions of the following information are based on facts provided by the arrested individuals. Those individuals have been booked with, not convicted of, the offenses shown. All accused should be...
2015/06/13 17:31
2015/06/13 17:31
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The Mississaugas' thriving agricultural village on the Credit River, 1826-1847. To mark National Aboriginal History Month this June, Historicist will focus on aboriginal issues throughout Toronto’s...
2015/06/13 06:02
2015/06/13 06:02
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Today we are very excited to share a story written by Jodi Pospeschil at the WIU University Relations Office. A BIG thank you to Jodi, and the University Relations Office for showcasing our connection...
2015/06/12 17:59
2015/06/12 17:59
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The June meeting of the Chief John Ross Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution was held Wednesday, at the Chattanooga Golf and Country Club. The last meeting until September, the chapter...
2015/06/28 21:14
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