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Lowell Sun
Construction worker critically injured; police charge driver with OUI TEWKSBURY -- A construction worker of an overnight Route 38 project is in cri
Construction worker critically injured; police charge driver with OUI
Lowell Sun / Posted 16 minutes ago
TEWKSBURY -- A construction worker of an overnight Route 38 project is in critical condition at Brigham and Women's Hospital after a Lawrence man allegedly hit him with his car.... Read more
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MLive.com
Human remains found at Rami Saba's home could be missing Saranac man, investigator saysLOWELL, MI – A private investigator is hopeful that human remains found at the
Human remains found at Rami Saba's home could be missing Saranac man, investigator says
MLive.com / Posted an hour ago
LOWELL, MI – A private investigator is hopeful that human remains found at the former home of Rami Saba are Donald Dietz, the "Bicycle Man" of Saranac who disappeared in 2007. Vic Weeks, who owns Quick Results Investigations, said state police have... Read more
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FOX 17 Grand Rapids
New developments in 2007 Donald Dietz disappearanceLeft to right: Rami Saba, Donald Dietz and Raogo Ouedrago LOWELL, Mich. — Burn
New developments in 2007 Donald Dietz disappearance
FOX 17 Grand Rapids / Posted an hour ago
Left to right: Rami Saba, Donald Dietz and Raogo Ouedrago LOWELL, Mich. — Burned material found in the yard of a Lowell home has been turned over to Michigan State Police to look into a possible connection to the 2007 disappearance of Donald... Read more
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Arkansas Business
A Proud Moment for Our State: The Arkansas Women's Hall of Fame(Editor's Note: This is an opinion column.) Having moved back to Arkansas, my
A Proud Moment for Our State: The Arkansas Women's Hall of Fame
Arkansas Business / Posted an hour ago
(Editor's Note: This is an opinion column.) Having moved back to Arkansas, my home state, two months ago after a decade on the East Coast, it was an honor for me to celebrate the accomplishments of the inductees, particularly in the company of so... Read more
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FOX 17 Grand Rapids
MDOT convinced “zipper merge” will reduce traffic delaysGRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Drivers enduring repeated weekend traffic jams on I-196 i
MDOT convinced “zipper merge” will reduce traffic delays
FOX 17 Grand Rapids / Posted 2 hours ago
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Drivers enduring repeated weekend traffic jams on I-196 in Kent County have been the students and the Michigan Department of Transportation has been the teacher. The subject: the so-called zipper merge. Road repairs and bridge... Read more
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OJornal News
UMass Lowell’s Portuguese collection gets boost from Azorean Government University officials say the books will be a resource for researchers, studen
UMass Lowell’s Portuguese collection gets boost from Azorean Government
OJornal News / Posted 2 hours ago
University officials say the books will be a resource for researchers, students and the public. “These works help us preserve and share the rich body of scholarship on... Read more
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The Mining Journal
Two candidates declare for sheriff’s raceCurrent Undersheriff Michael Klein and Corporal Lowell Larson Jr. have announce
Two candidates declare for sheriff’s race
The Mining Journal / Posted 3 hours ago
Current Undersheriff Michael Klein and Corporal Lowell Larson Jr. have announced their campaigns for the Democratic ticket. On Thursday afternoon outside of the Sheriff's Office, Klein said he was excited to announce his campaign. "My whole life... Read more
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Arkansas Times
Inconsequential news quiz: Duggar dalliances editionInstant karma's gonna git ya! 1) Recently, an officer with the Lowell Police D
Inconsequential news quiz: Duggar dalliances edition
Arkansas Times / Posted 3 hours ago
Instant karma's gonna git ya! 1) Recently, an officer with the Lowell Police Department resigned his position and was charged with a crime after being accused of a fairly significant lapse in judgment in June. According to his department, what did... Read more
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ABS-CBNNEWS.com
TIMELINE: Iglesia Ni Cristo in crisisMANILA -- It all started with a call for help. A crisis inside the Iglesia Ni
TIMELINE: Iglesia Ni Cristo in crisis
ABS-CBNNEWS.com / Posted 3 hours ago
MANILA -- It all started with a call for help. A crisis inside the Iglesia Ni Cristo (INC) church came out in public after "Tenny" Manalo, the widow of INC's former executive minister Eraño "Erdy" Manalo, and their son, Felix Nathaniel "Angel," were... Read more
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The Houma Courier
St. James thumps DonaldsonvilleSophomore quarterback DeMarcus Williams, filling in for the injured Lowell Narc
St. James thumps Donaldsonville
The Houma Courier / Posted 3 hours ago
Sophomore quarterback DeMarcus Williams, filling in for the injured Lowell Narcisse, led the Wildcat offense to three touchdowns in three first-half possessions. Donaldsonville went three-and-out on their first possession, a pattern that would... Read more
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The Daily Comet
St. James thumps DonaldsonvilleSophomore quarterback DeMarcus Williams, filling in for the injured Lowell Narc
St. James thumps Donaldsonville
The Daily Comet / Posted 4 hours ago
Sophomore quarterback DeMarcus Williams, filling in for the injured Lowell Narcisse, led the Wildcat offense to three touchdowns in three first-half possessions. Donaldsonville went three-and-out on their first possession, a pattern that would... Read more
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The News-Times
Gaylordsville Ladies Auxiliary celebrates 50thIt was “bread, meat, cheese; bread, meat, cheese” as an assembly line of women
Gaylordsville Ladies Auxiliary celebrates 50th
The News-Times / Posted 4 hours ago
It was “bread, meat, cheese; bread, meat, cheese” as an assembly line of women prepared a wealth of bologna sandwiches in the Gaylordsville firehouse kitchen for a firemen’s party in the 1960s. This month the Auxiliary turns 50, with a dinner... Read more
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The Mining Journal
Economic club names board for 2015-16 seasonThe Economic Club of Marquette County Board of Directors for the 2015-2016 seas
Economic club names board for 2015-16 season
The Mining Journal / Posted 5 hours ago
The Economic Club of Marquette County Board of Directors for the 2015-2016 season includes: Front row, from left, Regina Bergh, Dave Luoma, Bob Toutant, Derek Busch, Ruth Solinski, Nheena Weyer-Ittner, Randy Larson and Al Hendra; and back row, from... Read more
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Boston Globe
Someone tossed a tiny puppy out of a carTen weeks into his life, a male teacup Yorkshire Terrier experienced the kind o
Someone tossed a tiny puppy out of a car
Boston Globe / Posted 5 hours ago
Ten weeks into his life, a male teacup Yorkshire Terrier experienced the kind of pain no animal should be familiar with—he was thrown out of a moving vehicle, according to the Animal Rescue League of Boston. On Monday afternoon, two people driving... Read more
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KBOI-TV Boise
Man stabbed multiple times at gas station, suspects on the run NAMPA, Idaho (KBOI) -- A man has been hospitalized after he was found stabbed
Man stabbed multiple times at gas station, suspects on the run
KBOI-TV Boise / Posted 5 hours ago
NAMPA, Idaho (KBOI) -- A man has been hospitalized after he was found stabbed multiple times late Thursday night in Nampa. Police say officers were called out to a report of a fist... Read more
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Lowell Sun
UMass Lowell women open with lossUML's Katelyn Vieira smiles as she is mobbed by teammates after the River Hawks
UMass Lowell women open with loss
Lowell Sun / Posted 7 hours ago
UML's Katelyn Vieira smiles as she is mobbed by teammates after the River Hawks had tied Rhode Island in women's soccer play. URI, however, pulled out a 4-3 win to spoil UML's season debut. SUN/JULIA MALAKIE Sun staff photos can be ordered by... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
NWA RecordsBenton County Sheriff's Office • Crystal Carmen Allen, 30, of 20223 Keck Road
NWA Records
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 10 hours ago
Benton County Sheriff's Office • Crystal Carmen Allen, 30, of 20223 Keck Road in Siloam Springs was arrested Thursday in connection with two counts of felony failure to appear. Allen was being held Thursday in the Benton County Jail with no bond... Read more
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Yale Daily News
Davis drops “master” title, spurring debate on campusReligious Studies professor Stephen Davis’s announcement that he no longer wish
Davis drops “master” title, spurring debate on campus
Yale Daily News / Posted 11 hours ago
Religious Studies professor Stephen Davis’s announcement that he no longer wishes to be referred to as the “master” of Pierson College has initiated a debate over the use of titles at Yale, with some calling Davis’s decision commendable and others... Read more
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FOX 17 Grand Rapids
Walled Lake Western wins wild game against Lowell LOWELL, Mich — The Warriors outscored the Red Arrows, 42-40, in a game that s
Walled Lake Western wins wild game against Lowell
FOX 17 Grand Rapids / Posted 13 hours ago
LOWELL, Mich — The Warriors outscored the Red Arrows, 42-40, in a game that saw 34 points scored in the 4th quarter. Lowell quarterback Ryan Stevens threw 5 touchdown passes, 3 of them to Gabe... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Water district approves 2016 budgetLOWELL -- The Beaver Water District approved a $24.2 million budget for 2016 du
Water district approves 2016 budget
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 13 hours ago
LOWELL -- The Beaver Water District approved a $24.2 million budget for 2016 during a meeting Thursday. The water district's fiscal year begins Oct. 1. The biggest increase in the $24,230,600 budget is the cost of chemicals, Adam Motherwell, chief... Read more
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Marshall Independent
Ralph BrattsMay 16, 1944-Aug. 25, 2015 MAYNARD -Services for Ralph A. Bratts, 71, of Mayna
Ralph Bratts
Marshall Independent / Posted 14 hours ago
May 16, 1944-Aug. 25, 2015 MAYNARD -Services for Ralph A. Bratts, 71, of Maynard, will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at Peterson Brothers Funeral Home in Willmar. Visitation will be from 5-7 p.m. today and one hour prior to the service at the funeral home.... Read more
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Boston Herald
Dogged pup survives cruel toss from carA pint-sized puppy is being called a “miracle dog” as Lowell cops hunt for the
Dogged pup survives cruel toss from car
Boston Herald / Posted 15 hours ago
A pint-sized puppy is being called a “miracle dog” as Lowell cops hunt for the suspect who callously tossed the Yorkshire terrier out of a moving car’s window like a piece of trash. “He’s pretty close to a miracle dog,” said Lowell police animal... Read more
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Marin Independent Journal
2015 schedule, players to watch and games to watch2015 PREP FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Tam at Hercules: 7 p.m., Hercules San Marin at Ke
2015 schedule, players to watch and games to watch
Marin Independent Journal / Posted 18 hours ago
2015 PREP FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Tam at Hercules: 7 p.m., Hercules San Marin at Kennedy: 7 p.m., Fremont Novato at Dougherty Valley: 7 p.m., San Ramon San Rafael at Armijo: 7:30 p.m., Fairfield Saturday Maria Carrillo at Redwood: 2 p.m.,... Read more
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Palo Alto Weekly
Stanford field hockey looks to improve upon historic seasonThe 2014 season was groundbreaking for Stanford field hockey, which set numerou
Stanford field hockey looks to improve upon historic season
Palo Alto Weekly / Posted 19 hours ago
The 2014 season was groundbreaking for Stanford field hockey, which set numerous program records and won its first NCAA Tournament game in school history. The Cardinal opens its season at home on Friday against NCAA runner-up Syracuse at 4 p.m., and... Read more
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Langley Times
Lawrie, Welch named to Softball Canada listTwo Langley women were among the 42 athletes who have been named to the 2016 wo
Lawrie, Welch named to Softball Canada list
Langley Times / Posted 20 hours ago
Two Langley women were among the 42 athletes who have been named to the 2016 women’s national team athlete pool by Softball Canada. Danielle Lawrie, a pitcher, and shortstop Alisha Welch were on the roster released by Softball Canada on Wednesday... Read more
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The Mendota Reporter
Mendota Reporter Helen J. EllisMENDOTA - Helen Janet Ellis, 92, of Mendota died Aug. 26, 2015 at Heritage Heal
Mendota Reporter Helen J. Ellis
The Mendota Reporter / Posted 20 hours ago
MENDOTA - Helen Janet Ellis, 92, of Mendota died Aug. 26, 2015 at Heritage Health, Mendota as a result of Alzheimer�s disease. Services will be held at 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 29 at the Schwarz Funeral Home, Mendota with Rev. Hogun Kim... Read more
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Staten Island Advance
Yanks' No. 1 pick to make home pitching debut FridayFour things to know about the Staten Island Yankees this weekend: KAPRIELIAN S
Yanks' No. 1 pick to make home pitching debut Friday
Staten Island Advance / Posted 20 hours ago
Four things to know about the Staten Island Yankees this weekend: KAPRIELIAN SET FOR FRIDAY START First-round pick James Kaprielian is scheduled to make his Richmond County Bank Ballpark pitching debut on Friday night against the Hudson Valley... Read more
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Arkansas Business
Arkansas Women's Hall of Fame to Honor First InducteesThe Arkansas Women’s Hall of Fame will celebrate its inaugural class of inducte
Arkansas Women's Hall of Fame to Honor First Inductees
Arkansas Business / Posted 20 hours ago
The Arkansas Women’s Hall of Fame will celebrate its inaugural class of inductees at a ceremony Thursday evening at the Statehouse Convention Center in Little Rock. The event will honor 11 women and one organization whose accomplishments "merit... Read more
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Leominster Champion
Leominster Knights announce scholarship recipientsFrom left, Scholarship Committee Chairman Rick Niles, Mary Kwofie, Gina Bangraz
Leominster Knights announce scholarship recipients
Leominster Champion / Posted 20 hours ago
From left, Scholarship Committee Chairman Rick Niles, Mary Kwofie, Gina Bangrazi, Alex Cornish, Emily Gianakis, Jenny Kirouac, Loreena Leger, Shannon Ring and Grand Knight Robert Weeks. Courtesy photo The Leominster Knights of Columbus Council No.... Read more
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Boston Globe
Russell Wilson thinks his sports drink prevents concussions. Seriously.Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was named the MVP of the 2015, 2003, and 2001 Su
Russell Wilson thinks his sports drink prevents concussions. Seriously.
Boston Globe / Posted yesterday
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was named the MVP of the 2015, 2003, and 2001 Super Bowls. He received the NFL MVP for the 2010 and 2007 regular seasons. In 2007, he led the New England Patriots to an undefeated regular season, in which he threw 50... Read more
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Denver Post
"Relatively Speaking" at Germinal Stage review: A comedy with a stingIt's all a big, crazy mix-up. That could be the bad news. The good news is tha
"Relatively Speaking" at Germinal Stage review: A comedy with a sting
Denver Post / Posted yesterday
It's all a big, crazy mix-up. That could be the bad news. The good news is that "Relatively Speaking," the Alan Ayckbourn play from 1965, is not the door-slamming sort of farce you've seen too many times. It's more subtle than that, with a sad... Read more
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FOX 25 Boston
Police searching for suspect after puppy thrown from moving car in LowellLOWELL, Mass. (MyFoxBoston.com) - The Animal Rescue League is looking for help
Police searching for suspect after puppy thrown from moving car in Lowell
FOX 25 Boston / Posted yesterday
LOWELL, Mass. (MyFoxBoston.com) - The Animal Rescue League is looking for help identifying the man who threw a 10-week-old puppy out of a moving car in Lowell. According to the Animal Rescue League of Boston, the 4-pound Yorkshire Terrier named... Read more
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Lowell Sun
CCA's old building torn downMembers of the club watch the demolition. From left are Dennis Fryns, James Cap
CCA's old building torn down
Lowell Sun / Posted yesterday
Members of the club watch the demolition. From left are Dennis Fryns, James Cappella, Kelly Delmore, James Sarantakis and Roberta Gitschier. SUN/CHRIS TIERNEY The Club de Citoyens American on Market Street in downtown Lowell was demolished this week... Read more
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Zero Hedge
A Nation Divided - Northeast Happiest In 8 Years As MidWest Comfort CollapsesCould have something to do with the Sinola cartel buying up homes all over the
A Nation Divided - Northeast Happiest In 8 Years As MidWest Comfort Collapses
Zero Hedge / Posted yesterday
Could have something to do with the Sinola cartel buying up homes all over the NE for almost any price so they can stick drug pushing latinos in every town. You drive though Lowell Massachusetts and you see cars that never should be parked outside... Read more
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Boston Globe
Russell Wilson promotes a ‘concussion-preventing’ waterPatriots quarterback Tom Brady was named the MVP of the 2015, 2003, and 2001 Su
Russell Wilson promotes a ‘concussion-preventing’ water
Boston Globe / Posted yesterday
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was named the MVP of the 2015, 2003, and 2001 Super Bowls. He received the NFL MVP for the 2010 and 2007 regular seasons. In 2007, he led the New England Patriots to an undefeated regular season, in which he threw 50... Read more
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Lowell Sun
Driving for charityThe annual Links Fore Recovery golf tournament supporting Zach's Team Foundatio
Driving for charity
Lowell Sun / Posted yesterday
The annual Links Fore Recovery golf tournament supporting Zach's Team Foundation, which fights opiate addiction issues in memory of Zachary Gys of Lowell, was held at the Four Oaks Country Club in Dracut on Monday afternoon. SUN PHOTOS/JOHN LOVE... Read more
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Boston Globe
Benintendi wasn’t long for Lowell, where the Spinners continue to draw a crowdThe opposite is the case in Lowell, and has been for some time. Edward A. LeLac
Benintendi wasn’t long for Lowell, where the Spinners continue to draw a crowd
Boston Globe / Posted yesterday
The opposite is the case in Lowell, and has been for some time. Edward A. LeLacheur Park, named after a late state representative, has been a hotbed attraction since opening in 1998. From 1999 until the end of the 2010 season, every Spinners game was... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Kevin Bryan's record reviewsStatus Quo, "The Very Best of the Early Years" (Metro Select)- This historicall
Kevin Bryan's record reviews
Nottingham Post / Posted yesterday
Status Quo, "The Very Best of the Early Years" (Metro Select)- This historically interesting package focusses attention on Quo's early vinyl output, showcasing the pick of their Pye recordings from the late sixties and early seventies alongside some... Read more
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MLive.com
MLive's Top 10 high school football games for 2015No. 5: Lowell at East Grand Rapids (Week 8) The OK Conference realignment will
MLive's Top 10 high school football games for 2015
MLive.com / Posted yesterday
No. 5: Lowell at East Grand Rapids (Week 8) The OK Conference realignment will send East Grand Rapids from the OK White to the OK Gold beginning with the 2016-2017 school year, which will end arguably the Grand Rapids area’s top rivalry. The two... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
In the newsJen Henderson, 28, of Columbia, Mo., believed to be the only registered voter l
In the news
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted yesterday
Jen Henderson, 28, of Columbia, Mo., believed to be the only registered voter living within the boundaries of a proposed business-community improvement district, is being asked to unregister as a voter so district property owners can agree to adopt a... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
First ambulance arrives in LowellLOWELL -- Ambulance service will be quicker as the city moves forward with its
First ambulance arrives in Lowell
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted yesterday
LOWELL -- Ambulance service will be quicker as the city moves forward with its own service, Fire Department officials said. The city received its first ambulance last week, said fire Capt. Jason Elam. The $187,500 vehicle will begin service Jan. 1,... Read more
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The Advertiser-Tribune
BriefsVOLLEYBALL: The New Riegel-Arcadia volleyball match today is a varsity-only mat
Briefs
The Advertiser-Tribune / Posted yesterday
VOLLEYBALL: The New Riegel-Arcadia volleyball match today is a varsity-only match starting at 6 p.m. JV VOLLEYBALL: Calvert lost to Cardinal Stritch, 25-17, 25-18, Wednesday night. Sophie Burtis recorded 10 assists for Calvert, while Mallory Nielsen... Read more
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Denver Post
Westminster excited to leverage 18 miles of new bikewayWESTMINSTER —Westminster plans on making the most of an 18-mile-long, 12-foot-
Westminster excited to leverage 18 miles of new bikeway
Denver Post / Posted yesterday
WESTMINSTER —Westminster plans on making the most of an 18-mile-long, 12-foot- wide slab of concrete running along U.S. 36 and ending at a future commuter rail stop at the south end of the city. This summer's opening of tolling portions of the newly... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Attention, 
veterans at CMU:
 Thank youAttention, veterans at CMU: Thank you Amber Siglar, secretary of the Colorado
Attention, 
veterans at CMU:
 Thank you
The Daily Sentinel / Posted yesterday
Attention, veterans at CMU: Thank you Amber Siglar, secretary of the Colorado Mesa University Student Veterans Association, rings the bell on the new veterans memorial in front of Lowell Heiny Hall. Student veterans helped design and build the new... Read more
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The Advertiser-Tribune
Robert Lewis Haugh, 85, of rural Tiffin, passed away early Tuesday, Aug. 25, 2015, at his home, s
Robert Lewis Haugh
The Advertiser-Tribune / Posted yesterday
, 85, of rural Tiffin, passed away early Tuesday, Aug. 25, 2015, at his home, surrounded by family. His death was due to complications from cancer. Mr. Haugh was known by many names: Robert, Rob, Bob and Lewis, but most of all,... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Central Maine trio looking for productive senior years for Maine field hockey teamORONO, Maine — After distinguished high school careers, former Skowhegan High S
Central Maine trio looking for productive senior years for Maine field hockey team
Bangor Daily News / Posted yesterday
ORONO, Maine — After distinguished high school careers, former Skowhegan High School stars Nicole Sevey and Jessica Skillings and Nokomis High of Newport standout Marissa Shaw took their talents to the University of Maine. They have had impactful... Read more
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Lowell Sun
Heartwarming rescue in Lowell on National Dog DayLowell fire Lt. Dan Eaton carries a dog he helped pull from the Western Canal i
Heartwarming rescue in Lowell on National Dog Day
Lowell Sun / Posted yesterday
Lowell fire Lt. Dan Eaton carries a dog he helped pull from the Western Canal in Lowell to safety Wednesday evening on National Dog Day. The wayward pooch was taken to Wignal Animal Hospital in Dracut since its owner could not be located. SUN/Robert... Read more
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Boston Herald
Preseason Division 1 North and South pollHere we go with another season of the weekly football rankings, an opportunity
Preseason Division 1 North and South poll
Boston Herald / Posted yesterday
Here we go with another season of the weekly football rankings, an opportunity to break down each section and give you our opinion on who we feel are the top teams in the section. Each day, we will give you another division and our breakdown leading... Read more
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Boston Globe
O'Brien, Geffner addedThe Red Sox have called 2 p.m. press conference to announce that New Englander
O'Brien, Geffner added
Boston Globe / Posted yesterday
The Red Sox have called 2 p.m. press conference to announce that New Englander Dave O'Brien and Red Sox VP of communications Glenn Geffner will join Joe Castiglione in the Red Sox broadcast booth next season. O�Brien, a native of Quincy, MA, who... Read more
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Deseret News
Utah football position preview: Defensive lineSALT LAKE CITY — Most of the origin of the “Sack Lake City” movement came from
Utah football position preview: Defensive line
Deseret News / Posted yesterday
SALT LAKE CITY — Most of the origin of the “Sack Lake City” movement came from the fear Utah’s defensive line placed on opposing backfield last year. In Utah’s 2014 road win over UCLA, the defensive line accounted for 7.5 of 10 sacks recorded by the... Read more
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