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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Northeast Kansas happenings— Lecia Brooks, outreach director for the Southern Poverty Law Center, will pre
Northeast Kansas happenings
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 2 days ago
— Lecia Brooks, outreach director for the Southern Poverty Law Center, will present “Toward a Civil Discourse in a Time of Change” at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 27, in the Kansas State University Student Union’s Main and West Ballrooms in Manhattan.... Read more
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The Fort Morgan Times
Full results of 2016 Fall Harvest Car Show releasedSunday, Sept. 16 to 18, in downtown Fort Morgan and the organizing committee re
Full results of 2016 Fall Harvest Car Show released
The Fort Morgan Times / Posted 8 days ago
Sunday, Sept. 16 to 18, in downtown Fort Morgan and the organizing committee released the results Sunday night. A total of 275 participants brought out their cars and trucks, along with 42 participants bringing tractors and farm equipment,... Read more
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Northwest Herald
Cary to hold 3rd annual Main Street Fest to benefit local nonprofitsThe event, hosted by the Cary Grove Area Chamber of Commerce and Chicago-based
Cary to hold 3rd annual Main Street Fest to benefit local nonprofits
Northwest Herald / Posted 12 days ago
The event, hosted by the Cary Grove Area Chamber of Commerce and Chicago-based event planning firm Big Buzz Idea Group, drew in more than 6,000 people last year, Lynn Caccavallo said. Caccavallo, Cary Grove Area Chamber of Commerce executive... Read more
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MLive.com
Thomas Niemann, who led Bay City arts scene, dies at 78BAY CITY, MI — Thomas Niemann, a longtime community leader who established a fr
Thomas Niemann, who led Bay City arts scene, dies at 78
MLive.com / Posted 12 days ago
BAY CITY, MI — Thomas Niemann, a longtime community leader who established a framework of growth for cultural arts in Bay City, died Monday, Aug. 12. He was 78. The cause was cancer, said Mike Bacigalupo, president of the Bay Arts Council. "Tom was... Read more
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Northwest Herald
Cary to hold 3rd annual Main Street Fest to benefit local non-profitsThe event, hosted by the Cary Grove Area Chamber of Commerce and Chicago-based
Cary to hold 3rd annual Main Street Fest to benefit local non-profits
Northwest Herald / Posted 12 days ago
The event, hosted by the Cary Grove Area Chamber of Commerce and Chicago-based event planning firm Big Buzz Idea Group, drew in more than 6,000 people last year, Lynn Caccavallo said. Caccavallo, Cary Grove Area Chamber of Commerce executive... Read more
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Brainerd Dispatch
Trail-in-a-Day event coming to Brainerd lakes areaGather friends and family to join one of the organized rides, rolls, or other e
Trail-in-a-Day event coming to Brainerd lakes area
Brainerd Dispatch / Posted 18 days ago
Gather friends and family to join one of the organized rides, rolls, or other events, or find a favorite spot on the trail between Lake Bemidji and Crow Wing State Parks and go it alone. Visit mndnr.gov/125 to find a section of the trail to ride,... Read more
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Brainerd Dispatch
Mounted Eagles Walk N Roll event plannedRegistration will begin at 2 p.m. at the Nisswa Chamber of Commerce Gazebo. The
Mounted Eagles Walk N Roll event planned
Brainerd Dispatch / Posted 18 days ago
Registration will begin at 2 p.m. at the Nisswa Chamber of Commerce Gazebo. The walk will officially start at 3 p.m. Participants will make their way north on the Paul Bunyan Trail to the Trailside Center at the Pequot Lakes Baptist Church. In... Read more
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Marshalltown Times-Republican
Track and field club kicks off this monthThe sport of track and field is well-known as a springtime middle- and high sch
Track and field club kicks off this month
Marshalltown Times-Republican / Posted 19 days ago
The sport of track and field is well-known as a springtime middle- and high school activity, but a new program will give K-12 students in the Marshalltown area a chance to get involved in the sport. "There are a lot of opportunities (in the... Read more
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The Morning Call
Call Board: Freddy Awards evaluators, moreChristmas City Tree Lighting Ceremony Nov. 25. Submission deadline is noon Sep
Call Board: Freddy Awards evaluators, more
The Morning Call / Posted 23 days ago
Christmas City Tree Lighting Ceremony Nov. 25. Submission deadline is noon Sept. 19. Art can be submitted to the Bethlehem Chamber of Commerce, One E. Broad St., Suite 560, Bethlehem, 18018. Info: Lynn Collins Cunningham, 610-739-1510,... Read more
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Brainerd Dispatch
Volunteer Opportunities for September 2016Volunteers/members wanted — Volunteers are needed for events and projects to ra
Volunteer Opportunities for September 2016
Brainerd Dispatch / Posted 24 days ago
Volunteers/members wanted — Volunteers are needed for events and projects to raise money for our area. "Having Fun, Making a Difference in Our Community." BRAINERD LAKES AREA EARLY CHILDHOOD COALITION—Shannon, 218-251-4234,... Read more
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The Mining Journal
Paul R. Symonswas born August 8, 1950 in Ishpeming to Donald and Gertrude (Lenten) Symons, gr
Paul R. Symons
The Mining Journal / Posted 27 days ago
was born August 8, 1950 in Ishpeming to Donald and Gertrude (Lenten) Symons, graduated from Negaunee High School, Class of 1969 and was a lifelong area resident. 1973 was an important year in Paul's life as he graduated from Northern Michigan... Read more
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Wise County Messenger
Wednesday, August 31, 2016at the Wise County Fairgrounds is temporarily halted because the contractor did
Wednesday, August 31, 2016
Wise County Messenger / Posted 27 days ago
at the Wise County Fairgrounds is temporarily halted because the contractor did not seek the proper permits with the city of Decatur. Planning and Development Director Dedra Ragland said a third-party inspector working for the city visited the... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
This wealthy farmer is taking on Sacramento: ‘God help you if you disagree with him’Dean “Dino” Cortopassi, the Stockton-area farmer and food processor who could u
This wealthy farmer is taking on Sacramento: ‘God help you if you disagree with him’
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 30 days ago
Dean “Dino” Cortopassi, the Stockton-area farmer and food processor who could undermine Gov. Jerry Brown’s Delta water project and high-speed rail in California, leaned over a pile of paperwork in his conference room this spring, tossing bread to his... Read more

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