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Loveland area churches tell Holy Week plans
First Christian Church presents 'Lenten Sketches' "The Lenten Sketches," a cantata by the renowned composer Joseph M. Martin, will be presented at 9 a.m. Sunday, March 29, by the Chancel Choir at...
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They Read The Courier At The Faulkner’s – The Sou...
They Read The Courier At The Faulkner’s – The Southern Literary Book Tour was at the home of William Faulkner at Rowan Oak, Mississippi and they brought The Courier with them! Pictured (from left):...
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Adult son needs to kick alcohol habit before gett...
Dear Annie: My youngest son is 34 years old and lives with my wife and me. He is an alcoholic and is unemployed, with no interest in getting a job. He helps at home by doing the cooking. He is a great...
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Leave cancer treatment choices up to the patient
In response to your comments:
Sundstrom - in your column: My View To discredit and undermine the scientific, well researched holistic and nutritional approach to healing is a grave injustice to...
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Be prepared to fall in love, Grandpa Herb
Marylee Shrider, former Californian columnist and gifted writer, sent this email: "Congratulations, Grandpa. What a beautiful little boy. The love of your life. "You know what really surprised (and...
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Nebraska Senators React To Chambers' Comments Com...
LINCOLN, Neb.-- Nebraska Senators are speaking out against the comments made by Senator Ernie Chambers. Senator Brett Lindstrom said " I no longer want my name associated with a senator who would...
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World-Class Optical Networking and Communications...
LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The 2015 OFC Conference and Exposition concluded today at the Los Angeles Convention Center with 560 exhibitors, more than 1,100 presentations and 12,375 attendees from...
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NMSU SOFTBALL: Aggies begin WAC play against Utah...
LAS CRUCES >> After facing a challenging non-conference schedule, the New Mexico State softball team feels ready to start Western Athletic Conference play. The Aggies, who were picked to win...
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Artists take painting class mixed with music
MARQUETTE — A different way to paint was on display Thursday afternoon at the Peter White Public Library. The painters painted to music.
Cousins hosted a painting class called ‘Jazz in the...
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ROSE AVEZZANO of Glendale died on Wednesday, March 18, at the age of 80. A native of Brooklyn, she was the wife of the late Gaetano, devoted mother of Freddie and Tommy and their wives Diane and...
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St. John Cemetery
Warmer days waking desert tortoises from winter s...
LAS VEGAS (KSNV My News 3) ― Recent spring-like temperatures have caused some Mojave desert tortoises to end their winter brumation a bit earlier than usual. As tortoises emerge to search for food...
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7 great things to do this weekend: From Barbra St...
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- Saturday will bring a night of burlesque dancing, art installations, performances and music, but above all, it's a night of queer amusements. Kala Lolo, an entertainment event...
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TV — newish, new and noted The Comedy Central series “Big Time in Hollywood, FL” premiered on March 25. It centers on two brothers who are deluded, self-proclaimed filmmakers. Their parents, played...
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Catholic Charities 'Spring for Food'
... Binghamton) Catholic Charities of Broome County's "Spring for Food" event is right around the corner. The Food Pantry will join KGB 92.5 I Heart Radio for the event on Saturday, March 28 and...
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A chance for change at College of DuPage
The Chicago Tribune has spilled considerable ink reporting on the expensive failings of the administration and trustees at the College of DuPage. •The board in January approved a whopping $763,000...
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Good Morning Armidale | Friday, March 27
HITTING the streets for asylum seekers, and a sunny day to kick off your glorious weekend. Your local real estate marketOur pick IT MAY seem like a simple garden, but this corner of Ken Thompson...
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Hall County Commission rescinds renaming of Lanie...
Posted: Thursday, March 26th 2015 at 5:11pm Hall County Commission rescinds renaming of Lanier Islands Pkwy, restores Friendship Rd. name Supporters of the Lanier Islands Pkwy name wore light blue...
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Yen gains in flight to safety amid Yemen crisis
NEW YORK: The yen on Thursday (Mar 26) gained against the dollar and the euro as the Yemen crisis pushed investors into the Japanese currency, traditionally seen as a safe haven. Oil prices rose...
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Arkansas attitudes improving on gay equality; sta...
Two brave lawmakers; Grant Tennille, the head of the state’s economic development agency, and the national director of the Human Rights Campaign called for Arkansas to lead the South in passing laws...
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Human Rights Campaign
Another season in the books
Last Saturday marked the official end of the Orillia Curling Club's season. Each of the leagues in the club has its own method of determining what teams enter the final day of curling to decide the...
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