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Harold F. Cleveland
Harold F. “Mequon” Cleveland, 53, of Keshena, started his journey to the Spirit World on Sunday evening, Oct. 19, 2014, in Shawano. Mequon was born on Jan. 11, 1961, in Shawano, a son of the late...
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Shawano High School
United States Navy
Downtown parking lots could see development if vo...
Downtown parking lots could see development if voters approve sale By Sergio Martínez-Beltrán | Published 37 minutes ago A ballot proposal to sell three city-owned parking lots in downtown East...
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... by RYAN ALLEN, Oct 9/14 posted by RYAN ALLEN, Oct 2/14 posted by JADE NAUSS, Oct 2/14 posted by JACOB BOON, Sep 30/14 posted by RYAN ALLEN, Sep 25/14 posted by RYAN ALLEN, Sep...
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McCaffery ordered to turn in court-issued equipme...
Angela Couloumbis and Jeremy Roebuck, Inquirer Staff Writers Posted: Tuesday, October 21, 2014, 9:00 PM McCaffery has argued that any questionable messages he may have sent amounted to personal...
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Pennsylvania Supreme Court
Judicial Conduct Board
Teacher strikes close 50 kindergartens across Vic...
AT least 1000 kindergarten teachers have turned out in force in the city as they rally for better pay and conditions. The bigger-than-expected crowd gathered at the Athenaeum Theatre ahead of a march...
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Australian Education Union
Municipal Association of Victoria
College news roundup — week of Oct. 22
College news roundup — week of Oct. 22 Local students make deans’ lists Alex Hansen, 2013 graduate of Issaquah High School, University of Chicago, 2013-14 school year Issaquah residents Nathan...
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Bears and wolves find a voice in the wilderness
If politicians preying upon your attentions this season fail to inspire, you might seek common cause with the beasts — the four-legged variety rather than those running for office. Ballot initiatives...
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Humane Society of the United States
Battle of the trolls: Kathleen Hale reveals the w...
The word “troll” — when referring to an Internet provocateur or harasser — has become irretrievably broken. At the very least, we have no working definition of the term, and few helpful ways to cope...
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Council to reconsider variance
A new residential subdivision proposed for the corner of Galerno and Alexander roads was back before council Tuesday night after the city missed a key procedural step. Council, at its Sept. 16...
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Old Long Beach senior center being transformed in...
In the coming weeks, the appearance of downtown Long Beach will be improving dramatically. The old senior center on Jeff Davis Avenue is undergoing a makeover. And that's good news for a city still...
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U.S. supports Modi’s economic vision, says envoy
Last month’s summit in Washington between President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Narendra Modi was successful in reaffirming the importance of the India-U.S relationship and the need to...
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1 killed, 1 hurt in plane crash in Durham County
BAHAMA, N.C. (AP) - Authorities say one man is dead and another man injured after a small plane crashed into a wooded area in northern Durham County. The Durham County Sheriff's Office told area...
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Federal Aviation Administration
National Transportation Safety Board
‘American Horror Story’ star Sarah Paulson remini...
The actress looks back at her TV career and talks about acting alongside Hollywood icons. With the fourth incarnation of American Horror Story now underway – this time she's playing Siamese twins –...
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The Glass Menagerie
Voters to Decide on Artificial Turf Installation ...
The video of a group of techies scrapping with a group of young people over the use of soccer fields in San Francisco’s Mission has sent one undeniable message loud and clear: People in the city are...
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Pam’s Party Line for Oct. 22, 2014
Downtown’s North Boulevard Town Square was the happening spot Oct. 9 as the Capital Area United Way held its 27th annual Jambalaya Jam. It raised an additional $71,700 toward this year’s...
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The Daily Dish
Action figure breaking badly The “Breaking Bad” action figures in the aisles at Toys “R” Us stores are making some parents mad, including a Florida mother who launched an online petition to get the...
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Toys R Us
Time to extend city boundaries?
Our premier didn’t make it on Canada Business’ 2014 list of the country’s 50 most powerful business people, but Xeni Gwet’in Chief Roger William did. He got the No. 44 spot, joining businessmen Galen...
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Taconic HS project cost keeps falling
PITTSFIELD >> The estimated cost of a new Taconic High School has dropped another $2.3 million — and the bottom line may keep going down, project officials said this week. Earlier this month,...
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All systems GO
Niagara movers and shakers are taking advantage of Premier
Wynne’s attendance this week at the Ontario Economic Summit in Niagara-on-the-Lake to sell her on the importance of daily commuter...
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St. Catharines Standard
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Survivors include his wife, Carol Mielke at home; his six children: David Thomas Mielke and his wife,
of Watertown, NY, Susan Kirby and her husband, David of Zionsville, PA, William Mielke...
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