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Major church reno an investment in daycare, commu...
In an age when many churches are struggling to survive with shrinking congregations, one has invested in its future in a big way. Nelson Avenue Community Church has just completed a $1.5-million,...
Read more at Burnaby News Leader
... in Washington D.C. and moving down to Orlando, FL - no seaboard city below our nation's capital is safe!" Syfy says on its website. It ain't Miami, but we'll take it. We've griped in the...
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Overhaul of Public Service Commission not that ea...
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Public Service Commission TAMPA — As outrage increases over electric rates, Democrat Charlie Crist is promising that if elected governor, he'll "completely overhaul" the state...
Read more at Naples Daily News
Please admit a horrible wrong
Editor’s note: The following letter was sent to Gov. Rick Scott, Michael Crews, secretary of the Dept. of Corrections; attorney Linville Atkins, State Senator Bill Montford, State Representative...
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Franklin Correctional Institution
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Contestants bring the heat at cook-off
The aromas of the simmering spices wafted through the Main Street Plaza Saturday as chili lovers showed up en force to try the best of the 2014 Burnin' Down Main Chili Cook-Off. The aromas of the...
Read more at The McPherson Sentinel
McPherson High School
Girl with brain damage cries with happiness as sh...
Despite not being able to talk Jade Kilburg's friends say she warms their hearts with her smile. Jade, 17, was born with cytomegalovirus. She suffered a stroke, which caused severe brain damage and...
Read more at Daily Mirror
More Than 5,000 Kids Attend Career Choice Youth E...
Chatham, VA - More than 5,000 students visited the Olde Dominion Agricultural Complex in Chatham to try and figure out their future career path. Thursday marked day two of the Career Choice Youth...
Read more at ABC 13 Lynchburg
Live Long And Phosphor Blue LED Breakthrough For ...
In a step that could lead to longer battery life in smartphones and lower power consumption for large-screen televisions, researchers at the University of Michigan have extended the lifetime of blue...
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Oroville Salmon Festival celebrates fish and comm...
OROVILLE >> The somewhat gruesome, but intriguing end of the journey for spring-run salmon was in full view Saturday. Groups of visitors gathered at the observation windows above a crew of men...
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Kimberly Lynn Brown
Kimberly, the daughter of William Lynn and Lorna Mae (Lewis) Brown, was born Oct. 20, 1964, in Des Moines. She graduated from Newton High School in 1983, and then studied business management at Upper...
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