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Funeral service will be held at 3 p.m. on Monday, March 10 at the Norberg Memorial Home, 701 Thompson St., Princeton with Rev. Peter Ward officiating. Burial will be at Union Cemetery in Ohio....
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The Great Pretenders
Toms River. N.J., is a middle-class community where people drive Hondas and in matters of home repair do it themselves. So when neighbors saw the way Becky and Peter Schafer were spending, of course...
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City Council appoints volunteers to board but nee...
Salisbury Post City Council appoints volunteers to board but needs more SALISBURY � The city needs more volunteers to serve on a dozen boards and commissions that help run the city and sometimes...
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Salisbury Post Club listings consist of the club name, brief purpose statement, place, day and time of meetings, a contact phone number and/or e-mail address and the website link if applicable. Be...
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Smile for the camera
Story Tools MARINE Rescue Woolgoolga will have no troubles recording their rescue and training events from all angles thanks to a new GoPro camera paid for by the State Government. Coffs Harbour MP...
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Weston pensioners enjoy pamper session
Fay Derrick and student Jude Collier. Weston pensioners enjoy pamper session A PAMPER day for charity members was held in the beauty department of Weston College. To send a link to this page to a...
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Michigan brewers, winemakers could access tax cre...
LANSING — Michigan brewers and winemakers could receive tax credits on beer and wine made with a certain percentage of local ingredients under a proposal in the state Legislature. Rep. Doug Geiss,...
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Michigan Brewers Guild
Waynesboro School Board Votes for 10-Point Gradin...
After some debate, the Waynesboro School Board voted in favor of switching from the current six-point grading system to a 10-point system, meaning it only takes a 90, rather than 94, to get an...
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