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Marin Giants fans tried, true, tattooed
The Giants are boring. TV ratings for this World Series are the lowest in history. Major league baseball has become a "niche sport." Blah, blah, blah. Marin Giants fans have heard all the national...
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Memory that money can’t retrieve
Srinagar, Oct. 24: The city Prime Minister Narendra Modi came to put poultice on was a thing of magic taken by a shock of water and flung into the past. The greater part of Srinagar is now but a...
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Stephen McGinty: Built in resistance to DIY
The 20th-century boom in home improvement that helped launch a thousand stores passed me by, and try as I might I cannot grieve for the passing of this fad, writes Stephen McGinty AS THE son of a man...
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Dennis the Menace
Legion preparing for important Remembrance Day
If you had the opportunity to visit Waterford and enjoy last weekend's Pumpkinfest activities, be sure to thank a local Lion or Lioness for all their hard work and countless hours of planning and...
Read more at Simcoe Reformer
NAACP Announces Partnership with Prominent Africa...
NAACP Announces Partnership with Prominent African American Fraternal Organizations The NAACP will collaborate with the Ancient Egyptian Arabic Order Nobles Mystic Shrine of North and South America...
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Horse Power: Uxizandre looks good for glory in Be...
UXIZANDRE can confirm the promise of his last visit to Aintree with another success on his return in the Betfred Monet’s Garden Old Roan Chase (3pm) Saturday. Alan King’s six-year-old looks a smart...
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the Grand National
Kansas contractors struggling to find workers, su...
More than nine out of every 10 contractors surveyed in Kansas is having trouble finding some types of workers, according to a report from the Associated General Contractors of America, but the small...
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Restoration a grave matter
Emeritus Prof Martin Ferguson watches as Natalie McDonnell, of Dunedin Monumental
, guides a capping stone back into place at the grave of Charles Kettle, Dunedin's main early surveyor. Photo by...
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Shriners provide health care to local children
The McPherson Shrine Club is unique among McPherson's service organizations in that one must first be a third degree Mason to join. So while the local Shiner club's membership has been steady, it's...
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According to Councilman Harley Noland, D-At Large, Riley had a lot of wealth. "He was a wealthy attorney who made his money in the oil and gas business in West Virginia," said Noland. "The house is a...
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FIXTURES: October 25-28
SKY BET LEAGUE TWO Carlisle Utd v Oxford Utd. VANARAMA CONFERENCE NORTH Oxford City v Hednesford Tn. EVO-STIK SOUTHERN LEAGUE Premier Div: Banbury Utd v Slough Tn. Div 1 South & West: Bridgwater...
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Freemasons ride youth wave
THE FREEMASONRY movement, which dates back to the 14th century, is undergoing a resurgence on the Tweed. According to the regional grand counsellor Les Hicks, the 200-member Tweed Masonic Lodge,...
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NAACP organizes voter march to One Stop site
A line of voters out to make a statement marched nine blocks down New Bern’s Broad Street Thursday to the Craven County Board of Election’s One Stop Voting site in the Craven County Administration...
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Jewish community of Petaluma celebrates 150 years
In 1949, Shelley Bauer’s Holocaust survivor parents arrived in Petaluma. There they found a Jewish community that embraced them and their quest for a new start after the horrors they had endured in...
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Jewish Community Center
Colorado construction firms up the wage ante to c...
Colorado construction companies have raised base pay to recruit and retain employees, according to a survey released Wednesday by the Associated General Contractors of America. Seventy-nine percent...
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IoT data deemed 'personal' by data watchdogs
IoT data deemed 'personal' by data watchdogsSecurityby Amy-jo Crowley| 23 October 2014Argue data from connected devices should be governed by data protection laws. Data protection authorities have...
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Computer Business Review
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US Federal Reserve
Alabama State Mighty Marching Hornets
The Marching Hornets have gained national recognition as a result of their presentation of a sparkling halftime show on NBC’s national televised professional football games between the NY Jets vs. KC...
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Alabama State University
New Orleans Saints
US Urged To Change Tack In Inversions Response
US Urged To Change Tack In Inversions Responseby Mike Godfrey, Tax-News.com, Washington23 October 2014 The acrimonious comments made by AbbVie Inc. in pulling out of its planned USD55bn merger with...
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MASONIC LODGE 681
Dan Kirkbride, Tim Palmer and Calvin Giusto from Masonic Lodge 681 East Liverpool recently attended the 205th annual Communication of the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted
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Robertson, Walton vie for 14th District Senate se...
GENESEE COUNTY — State Sen. David B. Robertson (R-Grand Blanc) will be challenged for his 14th District seat by Democrat Bobbie C. Walton of Davison Township in the Nov. 4 general...
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Grand Blanc View
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