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Author Blanche d'Alpuget shares `Books that chang...
This selection of books has temptation for every reader. There must be at least one you haven't read. BOOKS THAT CHANGED ME Blanche d'Alpuget is the author of a dozen books including the biography...
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Grouse hunting 'very good'
Leaves are really dropping now and visibility continues to improve for bird hunters. "Grouse hunting has been very good," said Don Ciochetto at The Sport Shop in Iron River. "They're doing well." At...
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14 Vintage Baby Girl Names That Are Waiting To Be...
Louise Bogan was the fourth Poet Laureate of the United States and the first woman to be appointed to that position, appreciated for her subtle intellectual style. Bogan could be a perfectly...
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Premier Foods offered crumb of comfort by Mr Kipl...
Premier Foods offered crumb of comfort by Mr
exceedingly good sales THE relaunch of its flagship Mr
brand provided a crumb of comfort to Premier Foods after an exceedingly tough...
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School children in the earliest grades knew the date and the names of the ships on which Columbus and his crew had sailed: the Nina, the Pinta, the Santa Maria. They knew his voyage had been financed...
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A bucket list? I’d rather quote poetry by heart b...
There are many reasons to admire Dame Judi for this. How she can’t be fussed with the fashionable whimsy of bucket lists. How she relies on the old habit of memorising things as a form of mental gym....
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Premier Foods sales slide despite Mr Kipling rela...
The food group blamed the rapid growth of the discounters and falling grocery prices for the 4.7% tumble in third quarter sales to £177 million. Shares tumbled 10% or 3.5p to 30.8p as the company...
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Premier Foods issues profits warning
Premier Foods warned that trading profits for the year to December are expected to be towards the lower end of market expectations, in a third quarter update today. The business, which employs about...
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Prince George’s County police reports
This activity report is provided by the Prince George’s County Police Department as a public service to the community and is not a complete listing of all events and crime reported. District...
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Prairie dog colonies get new home in Ken Caryl
Gina Writz never considered herself a prairie dog advocate, but when she heard two colonies could be exterminated near her home because of land development deals, she took action. "It disgusted me,"...
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Sun. Just For Fun - Don North 246, Joe Duckworth Sr. 625, Danielle Malay 226, Rachel Hytinen 593, Bradybunch 1355-3916 Mon. Men & Women Seniors - Stan Uitto 242, Darrell Olson 617, Mary Grobar 201,...
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Another Double-Digit Sales Gain for Vans
Vans Inc.’s revenue rose 12% in the third quarter, a 20th consecutive reporting period with double-digit gains for the Cypress-based unit of VF Corp. in Greensboro, N.C. “That’s five years, or half...
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Gary ‘Beard’ Stemick
Gary was born June 16, 1953 in Escanaba, the son of John and Elizabeth (Rajala) Stemick Jr. He was raised in
and graduated from the Gladstone High School in 1971. He was drafted in to the...
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That Glimpse of Truth by David Miller
PUBLISHERS sometimes become a bit evasive if one of their novelists proposes a book of short stories. “Would love to do it, but short stories don’t sell,” they might say. That Glimpse of Truth: 100...
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Premier Foods face exceedingly tough supermarket ...
Supermarket suppliers are used to being squeezed, judging by Tesco’s actions as revealed by its recent accounting problems. And with the big four grocers cutting prices to compete with the...
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Goodbye, Christopher Columbus
In 1492, “Columbus sailed the ocean blue” and discovered the New World. And Oct. 12 was once a celebrated holiday in America. School children in the earliest grades knew the date and the names of the...
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The event - now in its fifth year - was organized by the Walleye Restoration Project, group member and former DNR fisheries biologist Jerry Peterson said. This group was created by a number of local...
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Stop blubbing - today's tears are so indulgent
As it happens “Golden Holden” has had a hit this year with a book, Poems That Make Grown Men Cry. He asked 100 pals to identify a poem that moves them to tears, and the response was fascinating....
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Richmond County drivers can expect delays next we...
From Oct. 20-24, a single-lane closure will be in affect from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on State Route 4, between Augusta Tech Drive and
Road. Delays are expected and motorists are asked to use...
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Wages of Peel cops, Mississauga firefighters scru...
MISSISSAUGA — Ward 2 candidates criticized the controversial LRT, police wages and even a local MP this evening as they attempted to convince more than 200 residents who should be the first new...
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