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The Sacramento Bee
CTA weighs in on state budgetin Riverside at 2 p.m. and San Bernardino at 7 p.m. Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton
CTA weighs in on state budget
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 6 days ago
in Riverside at 2 p.m. and San Bernardino at 7 p.m. Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton will be in Los Angeles, appearing with Rep. Karen Bass, D-Los Angeles, and will then head to an event at the University of California, Riverside.As our intrepid reporter... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Forbes magazine's ranking of the 400 richest AmericansEvanston, Ill., hotels, investments 149. Jean (Gigi) Pritzker, 45, $2.7 billio
Forbes magazine's ranking of the 400 richest Americans
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 7 days ago
Evanston, Ill., hotels, investments 149. Jean (Gigi) Pritzker, 45, $2.7 billion, Chicago, hotels, investments 149. Karen Pritzker, 49, $2.7 billion, New Haven, Conn., hotels, investments 149. Linda Pritzker, 53, $2.7 billion, St. Ignatius,... Read more
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North Platte Bulletin
Storm watchers wait in North Platteinside one of three radar semi-trucks, watching a bank of computer screens. Wu
Storm watchers wait in North Platte
North Platte Bulletin / Posted 7 days ago
inside one of three radar semi-trucks, watching a bank of computer screens. Wurman, with his co-director on the project, Karen Kosiba, watched the latest updates from the National Weather Service and the Severe Storm Prediction Center. “We’re in... Read more
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Knoxville News Sentinel
Birthsand Tara Hammer, Talbott, twins, Emilia Lavette and Arabella Rose Kayla Church
Births
Knoxville News Sentinel / Posted 8 days ago
and Tara Hammer, Talbott, twins, Emilia Lavette and Arabella Rose Kayla Churchman, Knoxville, a girl, Raylen Karen Dwayne and Samantha Gresham, Loudon, a girl, McKenzie Lynn Christopher and Angelica Berrier, Sevierville, a girl,... Read more
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Greenwich Time
This Eyewear Startup Was Turned Away by 10 Factories. Two Years Later, Its Frames Will Be in 500 Stores.set who cares to coordinate their spectacles with their get-ups. “My first impr
This Eyewear Startup Was Turned Away by 10 Factories. Two Years Later, Its Frames Will Be in 500 Stores.
Greenwich Time / Posted 12 days ago
set who cares to coordinate their spectacles with their get-ups. “My first impression is, ‘what a fun idea!’” says Karen Giberson, president of international trade organization the Accessories Council, in an email. She hadn’t heard of the... Read more
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12d
The News-Times
This Eyewear Startup Was Turned Away by 10 Factories. Two Years Later, Its Frames Will Be in 500 Stores.set who cares to coordinate their spectacles with their get-ups. “My first impr
This Eyewear Startup Was Turned Away by 10 Factories. Two Years Later, Its Frames Will Be in 500 Stores.
The News-Times / Posted 12 days ago
set who cares to coordinate their spectacles with their get-ups. “My first impression is, ‘what a fun idea!’” says Karen Giberson, president of international trade organization the Accessories Council, in an email. She hadn’t heard of the... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
This Eyewear Startup Was Turned Away by 10 Factories. Two Years Later, Its Frames Will Be in 500 Stores.set who cares to coordinate their spectacles with their get-ups. “My first impr
This Eyewear Startup Was Turned Away by 10 Factories. Two Years Later, Its Frames Will Be in 500 Stores.
Stamford Advocate / Posted 12 days ago
set who cares to coordinate their spectacles with their get-ups. “My first impression is, ‘what a fun idea!’” says Karen Giberson, president of international trade organization the Accessories Council, in an email. She hadn’t heard of the... Read more
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Connecticut Post
This Eyewear Startup Was Turned Away by 10 Factories. Two Years Later, Its Frames Will Be in 500 Stores.set who cares to coordinate their spectacles with their get-ups. “My first impr
This Eyewear Startup Was Turned Away by 10 Factories. Two Years Later, Its Frames Will Be in 500 Stores.
Connecticut Post / Posted 12 days ago
set who cares to coordinate their spectacles with their get-ups. “My first impression is, ‘what a fun idea!’” says Karen Giberson, president of international trade organization the Accessories Council, in an email. She hadn’t heard of the... Read more
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The Mercury News
Mount Diablo: Proposed hiking trail would link Clayton and Brentwoodwould allow folks to hike from the Concord side of Mt. Diablo State Park all th
Mount Diablo: Proposed hiking trail would link Clayton and Brentwood
The Mercury News / Posted 16 days ago
would allow folks to hike from the Concord side of Mt. Diablo State Park all the way to the Big Break Regional Shoreline in Oakley. "I sit on the (Contra Costa) Transportation Authority and we're getting a lot of people advocating for more bike... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Find your friends in Wollongong party pics from 2006Pictured are Daniel, Eddie, Hollie and Christine Sulcs, with Sonia Gomes and bi
Find your friends in Wollongong party pics from 2006
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 23 days ago
Pictured are Daniel, Eddie, Hollie and Christine Sulcs, with Sonia Gomes and birthday boy Ashley. David McMullen, Dave Oakley, Jodie Harrison and Carla Oakley at Relish Leonie Erskine (nee Sinclair) of Figtree, Tom Parkinson of Toronto,... Read more

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