Keith W. Stokes

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Detroit Free Press
Reading Works: How to help, how to find helpwith help from people like you. Training and materials are provided and schedul
Reading Works: How to help, how to find help
Detroit Free Press / Posted 16 hours ago
with help from people like you. Training and materials are provided and scheduling is flexible. To find out more, visit www.readingworksdetroit.org or call 313-962-6202. Speak out for adult literacy: Let people know when you help an adult learn... Read more
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Weston Mercury
All three Ashcombe teams register fine league victoriesT Cotterell, B Webber 33-4; M Paterson, K Hallett, E Hopkins, J Creasey 9-17.
All three Ashcombe teams register fine league victories
Weston Mercury / Posted yesterday
T Cotterell, B Webber 33-4; M Paterson, K Hallett, E Hopkins, J Creasey 9-17. Ashcombe C 49 (9) Clevedon Prom 37 (3): R Stokes, M Butt, J Bryant, G, Wilkinson 14-14; G Tucker, B Miles, N Shufflebotham, J Main 13-15; P Dimmack, C Gerlach, A... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Mayor Brown may chair State Democratic CommitteeMayor Byron W. Brown could be headed toward nomination as chairman of the State
Mayor Brown may chair State Democratic Committee
The Buffalo News / Posted 7 days ago
Mayor Byron W. Brown could be headed toward nomination as chairman of the State Democratic Committee when it meets Monday in Saratoga Springs. Several sources who asked not to be identified said Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo has held discussions with the... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Masuk boys track team wins division titleSOUTHBURY — The Masuk boys track team swept past host Pomperaug (105-45), New M
Masuk boys track team wins division title
Connecticut Post / Posted 10 days ago
SOUTHBURY — The Masuk boys track team swept past host Pomperaug (105-45), New Milford (103-47) and Barlow (110-40) to win the SWC Colonial Division regular-season title for the second straight year. Masuk improved to 12-0-1 with the sweep. BOYS... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Serenity in old-time Florida(An umbrella, of course, helps with the glass-half-full approach.) When it was
Serenity in old-time Florida
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 13 days ago
(An umbrella, of course, helps with the glass-half-full approach.) When it was built 80 years ago, magazine editor Edward W. Bok conceived of the grounds as a "spot which would reach out in its beauty to the people, and fill their souls with the... Read more
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indieWIRE
SeriesFest: Indie TV Continues to Rise With Pilot Competition Line-UpGolden Globe Award-winning Actress; Pablo Schreiber, Emmy Award-nominated Actor
SeriesFest: Indie TV Continues to Rise With Pilot Competition Line-Up
indieWIRE / Posted 24 days ago
Golden Globe Award-winning Actress; Pablo Schreiber, Emmy Award-nominated Actor and Janet Pierson: Head of Film, SXSW. "Aeris" (World Premiere) Creator: Lukas Huffman Cast: Lanie McAuley, Elise Gatien, Taylor Godber A scripted dramatic... Read more
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The Post-Journal
Sandra L. (Sandy) ChesleyLong and her children, Kyle Long and his wife Ashley and Larkyn Long and her fi
Sandra L. (Sandy) Chesley
The Post-Journal / Posted 24 days ago
Long and her children, Kyle Long and his wife Ashley and Larkyn Long and her fiance Robert Fisher and one sister, Judy Stokes. She is also survived by her great-grandson, Lucas Chase Fisher, her pride and joy. In addition to her parents Sandy... Read more
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Greene County Daily World
Wolverine boys, girls run second; Davis sets new recordGCDW photo by Terry Schwinghammer White River Valley's Buddy Davis crosses the
Wolverine boys, girls run second; Davis sets new record
Greene County Daily World / Posted 24 days ago
GCDW photo by Terry Schwinghammer White River Valley's Buddy Davis crosses the finish line in the boys' 4X800 meter relay Tuesday. Davis set a new school record in the 3,200 meter run with a time of 10:15, eclipsing the old mark by eight... Read more
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Boston Globe
A rundown on Boston-area college commencementsWorcester Speaker: Governor Charlie Baker Graduates: 456 (328 undergraduate,
A rundown on Boston-area college commencements
Boston Globe / Posted 30 days ago
Worcester Speaker: Governor Charlie Baker Graduates: 456 (328 undergraduate, 128 graduate) Honorary degrees: Baker; Mark W. Fuller, president and CEO of WET; Alfred D. Houston May 8, Agganis Arena at BU (10 a.m. undergrad, 3 p.m.... Read more

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