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Religious, political leaders in Michigan and othe...
Religious and political leaders in Michigan are at odds over amending state and local nondiscrimination laws to protect gays, lesbians and transgender individuals. An estimated 150 Michigan pastors...
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Royals edge Giants 3 2 for 2 1 World Series lead
Royals edge Giants 3 2 for 2 1 World Series leadConfetti flies during the national anthem before Game 3 of… AP News | 10/24/14 10:48 pm SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- All season long and deep into October,...
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Things are naturally frightful in Audubon's Encha...
Creatures great and small, creepy and cuddly, haunted the Connecticut Audubon Society's Fairfield Center to greet visitors to its Enchanted Forest on Friday evening. Youngsters could get their faces...
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Dawgs flashing big bite
The Five Star Awards Bulldogs pulled off a pair of stunning victories in the North Okanagan Pee Wee Super Hockey League A side playoffs. The Dawgs opened by icing the second-place Butcher Boys Red...
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Man arrested after DUI crash kills driver
A driver is dead after a head-on collision Friday night and another driver was arrested for a DUI. CHP Sergeant Matthew
told KRCR News Channel 7 that Jason Scott Harsin, 35, of Palo Cedro, was...
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DISTRICT COURT Speeding - Diana L. Grandi, 22, of Windsor, Calif.; Eugene L. Irwin, 29, of Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Tracey D. Olson, 47, of Truman; each fined $120. Alexandra B. Hall, 20, of Arden Hills;...
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Kitchen Remodel: 10 survival tips to get you thro...
And that's not a pretty picture. My own kitchen remodel involved time on a ladder scraping away popcorn, doing my own painting and cabinet assembly and literally herding cats, not to mention all the...
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Girls state tennis tournament: Ye, Kaneland pair ...
Ye won all four of her matches in the consolation bracket to advance to the tournament’s final day, joining the Kaneland doubles team of Angelica Emmanouil and Madison Jurcenko in seeking a...
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Markets snap four-week loss amid reforms
Benchmark share indices snapped four-week losing streak amid slew of reforms announced by the government with auto shares leading the gains on expectations of robust sales during the ongoing festive...
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Fall Festival Wednesday
The First Presbyterian Church of Kingsford is holding its 10th annual Fall Festival Wednesday from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Families are invited to come in costumes and enjoy playing new theme-related games...
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How will single high school affect sports?
With the new realignment of schools in Mission, I was wondering how their competitive sports would, or would not work. Unless I'm mistaken high school sports in B.C. Are divided into: grade eight,...
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Morris High School honor rolls release
Juniors: Nicholas Daniel Alonzo, Thomas Franklin Balentine, Alicia Ann Boers, Alissa Marie Bojovic, Alexander Grey Borzych, Kenneth Thomas Buck IV, Vanessa Rosario Buenrostro, Hanna Marie Burbulys,...
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Standoff Closes Roads and Business In the Area
KPVI News Six went to Rupe’s Burgers to find out how the standoff impacted them. Right across the street from Blackbird Fruit and Vegetable, where the standoff took place on Thursday, is Rupe’s...
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P-P Water Polo Dominates in SCIAC Opener
P-P Water Polo Dominates in SCIAC Opener After two months of facing some of the top competition in the nation, the Pomona-Pitzer men's water polo team was finally able to face some more familiar...
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Doctor diagnosed with Ebola has ties to SWFL
Dr. Craig Spencer is the most recent American to be diagnosed with Ebola. Craig is currently being treated in New York -- while health department workers track down every move he made after landing in...
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Once a brawler, Andre (Touchy) Fili now makes fig...
Andre (Touchy) Fili's first outing with Team Alpha Male was a fight followed by a brawl. It was October 2011 and Fili was fighting in Sacramento on a Capitol Fighting Championships card that was held...
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Letters, Oct. 25, 2014: Caput professional, hones...
Caput professional, honest — and worthy of your vote A recent letter from a Santa Cruz resident commented on the Terry Medina/Greg Caput runoff election for county supervisor. First, regarding the...
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Basehor district elementaries' first quarter hono...
Basehor-Linwood USD 458 released first quarter honor rolls for third through fifth graders at Basehor Intermediate School and Glenwood Ridge and Linwood elementary schools. Basehor Intermediate...
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From field to freezer: hunters learn proper care ...
Some of the 16 students in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game’s Field to Freezer meat processing class Oct. 11 had hunted caribou, moose, antelope, grouse, ptarmigan, or whitetail deer before....
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The satire and joy of 'The Book of Mormon'
So when Parker and Stone – the creators of TV's brilliant and iconoclastic cartoon "South Park" – decided to do a stage musical about The Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints, anything was...
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