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Colo. House health committee kills bill to repeal...
A bill to repeal the state health exchange, sponsored by 24 Republicans, died by a 7-6 vote in the House Health, Insurance and Environment Committee Thursday night . House Bill 1066 sought to...
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Opposition blogger may have ‘outed’ Putin’s daugh...
Opposition blogger may have ‘outed’ Putin’s daughter Published: 30 January 2015 7:30 AM Russian President Vladimir Putin has made his and his family's private life little less than a state secret. –...
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Moscow State University
Moscow State University
Once-bustling Eagles Island now plays conservatio...
But besides mosquitoes and how quickly they can drive across it, most people today probably don't give the largely undeveloped island that separates Wilmington and Brunswick County much of a second...
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Cape Fear Memorial Bridge
World War II memorial
Winter Vintners | Undie run | Athena Film Festival
The NYC Winter Wine Festival returns for its sixth year of oenophilia. The two sessions consist of three hours of sampling more than 250 wines, a selection of hors d'oeuvres and live jazz. The first...
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Affordable homes in Forest Hill. No, really
In the scenario I’m proposing – hardly an unlikely one – you are an unattached, well-employed young apartment-dweller, currently installed in a downtown Toronto tower, who has met and fallen for...
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Theatre Review: “The Tragedy of InterstelLEAR”
While the film “Interstellar” may have been snubbed by the Academy, it’s getting a spectacular second life in the Banshee Shakespeare Company’s newly mounted “InterstelLEAR,” which premièred on Friday...
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Consumer group issues car title scam alert
As the days get longer, and people start to get new car fever, a national consumer group has a warning for anyone thinking of buying a used car this year. The advocacy group CARS (Consumers for Auto...
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Bureau of Motor Vehicles
Sociologists: 'Christianophobia,' Anti-Christian ...
People participate in the 19th annual "Way of the Cross Over the Brooklyn Bridge Ceremony" in New York City April 18, 2014. The ceremony, hosted yearly on the Christian holy day of Good Friday,...
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University of North Texas
University of North Texas
New York City
St. Peter's Church
Belvoir continues a role in helping kids
THE former Belvoir Special School site is set to be reinvented with an educational theme as Wodonga’s Flexible Learning Centre. Wodonga Flexible Learning Centre Campus Principal Huw Derwentsmith and...
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Collectively, Africa Can Shun Xenophobia
The 24th Ordinary Session of the Assembly of the African Union Heads of State and Government opens today in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa under the theme: "Year of women empowerment and...
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International Organisation for Migration
Focused on a future as a livestock agent
THOUGH he's only 23, the latest recruit to the George and Fuhrmann Warwick sales team sees a long future for himself in the beef industry. "I do believe there's a future for me - you walk into any...
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Another postbox for the chop
ANOTHER mailbox outside a retirement facility is about to be axed from Gisborne’s postal collection route by New Zealand Post. Gisborne resident Ian Summersby says the mailbox outside Orange Grove...
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Columnist's words will come back to bite him
Pitts does not like Fox News. It would be easy to take apart his column word by word and statement by statement. He, like so many on the left, choose to use ugly words to make their point. He had a...
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Sinulog festivities warm up Europe
SPAIN – "Viva Señor Sto. Niño!" Filipinos in Europe chanted while dancing and carrying the image of Sto. Niño,
Like it is
done in the Philippines. The colorful festivities in various European cities...
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Those blue recycling cans you see at Bend parks? More illusion than reality. Their primary purpose is to stroke your nature-loving ego. Because people either don't know how or can't be bothered to...
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Howard Stern thinks Sam Smith is "ugly".
Howard Stern thinks Sam Smith is "ugly". The legendary US radio host has launched an astonishing verbal attack on the British singer, predicting his career success will be short-lived. Stern, who is...
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SD Legislation: Daylight Saving Time All The Time
Imagine driving home in the winter with the sun still shining. It could be possible if a proposal in the South Dakota legislature passes that would put the state on daylight saving time all the time....
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South Dakota Legislature
Augusta Septic Tank Owners React To Forced Sewer ...
Augusta Seal graphic Augusta, GA - Augusta City leaders are putting those backyard septic tanks into the forefront, saying it's time their owners pay $500 to tie into the city system, and start...
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Missed deadline raises questions on I-77 toll pro...
A missed deadline left lingering questions about plans to put toll lanes on Interstate 77. Channel 9 is still asking why Cintra couldn't get financing in place by last week's deadline and has...
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North Carolina Department of Transportation
Chase the demons away with beans ‹ Japan Today
Setsubun, also known as the Bean-Throwing Festival, is a traditional event held on Feb 3 each year, to drive away evil spirits and bring happiness for the year by throwing soybeans. According to the...
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