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New trout arrivals will close Lake Shawnee fishin...
Lake Shawnee will be closed to fishing for a week beginning Saturday and continuing through Nov. 1 to accommodate the release of some 7,000 pounds of Rainbow Trout into the lake. The restocking of...
Read more at The Topeka Capital-Journal
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OCT. 23 VALENCIA COUNTY WOODCARVERS Club meets from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Belen Community Center at Eagle Park. They...
Read more at Valencia County News-Bulletin
Halloween Carnival in Stateline
Douglas County Parks & Recreation Department and the Kiwanis Sunrisers of Lake Tahoe will be sponsoring the annual Halloween Carnival on Oct. 31 at Kahle Community Center in Stateline. The free event...
Read more at Lake Tahoe News
Meck Co commissioners pass smoking and tobacco or...
CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) - Starting in March 2015, there will be no smoking on county-owned properties or in county vehicles in Mecklenburg County. Tobacco products, including electronic cigarettes, will...
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Barbara Bedell: Jeremy Bash to speak at Jewish fu...
Jeremy Bash, who was chief of staff at the Department of Defense and the Central Intelligence Agency, and senior advisor to Leon Panetta, will be this year’s guest speaker at the Major Gifts Reception...
Read more at Middletown Times Herald-Record
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Replacement levy passage sought for parks
... expenses keep going up. We held off as long as we could and probably should have done this the last time," City Parks Director Steve Faber said. The 1-mill levy which residents approved years...
Read more at Salem News
Citizens to vote on sales tax to support open spa...
Loveland resident Paul Faust rides his bike Friday on the Loveland Recreation Trail along Boyd Lake Open Space. Nineteen years ago, Larimer County residents approved a new sales tax that they...
Read more at Loveland Reporter-Herald
DNR shifting around some supervisory responsibili...
The DNR's Parks and Recreation division opted to make the switch while considering how to fill two vacancies at Harrisville State Park, District Parks Supervisor Rich Hill said. Instead, the division...
Read more at The Alpena News
Alnwick / Haldimand candidates - in their own word
Northumberland Today offered candidates in the municipal election the chance to answer five questions for our readers, in their own words. The response to each question could be up to 150 words in...
Read more at Northumberland Today
Whether you howl, yowl or meow at the moon, Halloween offers plenty for two- and four-legged creatures to scream about. Costumes encouraged at most events. FRIDAY, OCT. 17 Halloween Music & Light...
Read more at The Fairfax County Times
Focus more on existing firearms range
... edition of the Enterprise concerning a proposal to establish a public gun range in St. Mary’s County surprised me. Given the state’s deficit and the county’s financial challenges, I am amazed...
Read more at South Maryland News
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Art in Motion – Art in Concert, hosted by the Brookland Foundation, will be held Thursday, October 23, 6–10 p.m., Seawell’s Banquet Center, 1125 Rosewood Drive. www.brooklandfoundation.org or...
Read more at Columbia Star
Lakefield Herald Special Report
Bev Matthews sets sights on Mayor�s seat in Trent Lakesby Leonard Knott Perhaps it was only a matter of time for Harvey Ward Councillor Bev Matthews to do more than eye the Mayor�s seat. On Council...
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Leaders to meet in Holly Ridge
HOLLY RIDGE | A donation agreement and two appointments are on the agenda for Holly Ridge Town Council’s meeting this week. The council will meet 7 p.m. Tuesday at town hall at 212 North Dyson...
Read more at The Jacksonville Daily News
Alger foundation presents grants
... mini excavator for building single-track hiking/biking trails; Music in the Air Program in Grand Marais; Munising Public Schools to purchase a document camera and projector; city of Munising...
Read more at The Mining Journal
Plans afoot to fix historic New Hampshire ski jump
BERLIN (AP) - A historic ski jump that once attracted up to 30,000 spectators and made New Hampshire an important winter sports destination after it opened in 1938 is getting a chance to soar...
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Nansen Ski Club
... Fun Day, a fundraiser to help support rescuing Shelties that have been abandoned and/or abused, hosted by SC Sheltie Rescue, will be held October 11, 11:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m., Redbud...
Read more at Columbia Star
Where does ECHDC get these ideas for Outer Harbor...
... the state agency managing the project hasn’t completed its homework on key legal, financial and environmental issues. These unresolved issues, particularly whether to build five-story condos,...
Read more at Artvoice
West Cobb residents object to sports complex - MA...
Commission meeting to voice opposition to a proposed 45-acre sports complex to be built off Macland and Villa Rica roads. Citizens cited traffic concerns, stormwater runoff, noise and light...
Read more at Marietta Daily Journal
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... general contractor. The first step will be to create a shortlist based on qualifications and the second step would include an interview and proposal. Visit northaugusta.net for more...
Read more at North Augusta Today
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