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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
Postcards from NormThe town of New Milford has grown remarkably fast during recent decades. Yet th
Postcards from Norm
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted yesterday
The town of New Milford has grown remarkably fast during recent decades. Yet the attentive eye can still find images of its small-town charm. This photo was taken in 2005 from Second Hill Road. Photo: Norm Cummings / Norm Cummings /Spectrum Even... Read more
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Independent
Jimmy Carter profile: In 35 years since leaving the White House, the ailing Nobel laureate has achieved remarkable thingsHis White House tenure was, of course, cut short after just four years, when Ca
Jimmy Carter profile: In 35 years since leaving the White House, the ailing Nobel laureate has achieved remarkable things
Independent / Posted 6 days ago
His White House tenure was, of course, cut short after just four years, when Carter found himself on the wrong end of one of the biggest landslides in US political history. Humiliated by his defeat by Ronald Reagan, he sought refuge and comfort in... Read more
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heraldscotland
Alloa 1 Rangers 5: Tavernier helps Ibrox side get over Allan disappointmentWhile Danny Lennon has replaced Barry Smith in the Alloa hotseat since then, fr
Alloa 1 Rangers 5: Tavernier helps Ibrox side get over Allan disappointment
heraldscotland / Posted 11 days ago
While Danny Lennon has replaced Barry Smith in the Alloa hotseat since then, from a Rangers perspective, this one was long overdue, and the focus they placed on the game evident by the fact they booked some additional practice time at this venue last... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Alloa 1 Rangers 5: Tavernier helps Ibrox side get over about Allan disappointmentSCOTT who? As distracting and draining as the whole Scott Allan transfer affair
Alloa 1 Rangers 5: Tavernier helps Ibrox side get over about Allan disappointment
EveningTimes Online / Posted 11 days ago
SCOTT who? As distracting and draining as the whole Scott Allan transfer affair was for Rangers fans, this group of players were trucking along perfectly nicely without him beforehand and have every chance of continuing to do likewise. While the... Read more
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BBC Football
Alloa Athletic 1-5 RangersKenny Miller scored twice as Rangers swept Alloa Athletic aside to go top of th
Alloa Athletic 1-5 Rangers
BBC Football / Posted 11 days ago
Kenny Miller scored twice as Rangers swept Alloa Athletic aside to go top of the Scottish Championship on goal difference. James Tavernier started the ball rolling with a thumping finish after four minutes. Michael Chopra replied for Alloa, but... Read more
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heraldscotland
Alloa 1 Rangers 5: Tavernier helps Ibrox side get over about Allan disappointmentWhile Danny Lennon has replaced Barry Smith in the Alloa hotseat since then, fr
Alloa 1 Rangers 5: Tavernier helps Ibrox side get over about Allan disappointment
heraldscotland / Posted 11 days ago
While Danny Lennon has replaced Barry Smith in the Alloa hotseat since then, from a Rangers perspective, this one was long overdue, and the focus they placed on the game evident by the fact they booked some additional practice time at this venue last... Read more
7 related stories
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Channel NewsAsia
Expenses in Canada Senate scandal likely legal - PM's ex-aideOTTAWA: Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper's aides forced a political ally
Expenses in Canada Senate scandal likely legal - PM's ex-aide
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 14 days ago
OTTAWA: Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper's aides forced a political ally to repay expenses he was probably entitled to because they wanted a damaging ethics scandal put to an end, Harper's former chief of staff testified on... Read more
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The Star
Expenses in Canada Senate scandal likely legal: PM's ex-aideOTTAWA (Reuters) - Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper's aides forced a poli
Expenses in Canada Senate scandal likely legal: PM's ex-aide
The Star / Posted 14 days ago
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper's aides forced a political ally to repay expenses he was probably entitled to because they wanted a damaging ethics scandal put to an end, Harper's former chief of staff testified on... Read more
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Philly.com
The Traveling Piano man returns to KensingtonKean was 50 when he hit the road. He's 60 now, sleeping where he can find a bed
The Traveling Piano man returns to Kensington
Philly.com / Posted 14 days ago
Kean was 50 when he hit the road. He's 60 now, sleeping where he can find a bed. That's a hotel room if he has money, the couch of a friendly stranger if he doesn't. He's traveled so far for so long that people he doesn't remember say they're glad to... Read more
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Daily Mirror
This Minecraft expert with 350,000 fans terrorised two womenAnd in twisted advances to his teenage victim, the teenager demanded a picture
This Minecraft expert with 350,000 fans terrorised two women
Daily Mirror / Posted 20 days ago
And in twisted advances to his teenage victim, the teenager demanded a picture he could use for his “w*** bank”. Carson – formerly of Gottries Road, Irvine, but now living in Bognor Regis – pleaded guilty to two charges of engaging a course of... Read more
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Daily Record
Irvine teen pervert terrorised 'surrogate aunt' in sick Facebook campaignA 16-year-old youth terrorised his “surrogate aunt” in a sick Facebook campaign
Irvine teen pervert terrorised 'surrogate aunt' in sick Facebook campaign
Daily Record / Posted 21 days ago
A 16-year-old youth terrorised his “surrogate aunt” in a sick Facebook campaign. Lee Carson went to the Irvine woman’s house where he used a pair or her pants to perform a sex act before hiding them in her bedroom. The teenage tormentor went on to... Read more
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The Courier
Undercover: news from the book worldA restyle for The Dressmaker; Shantaram sequel at last; going to Goroke with Ge
Undercover: news from the book world
The Courier / Posted 23 days ago
A restyle for The Dressmaker; Shantaram sequel at last; going to Goroke with Gerald Murnane A RESTYLE FOR THE DRESSMAKER Australian writer Rosalie Ham's 2000 debut novel The Dressmaker was a word-of-mouth success, with sales of 75,000 so far, and... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Undercover: news from the book worldA restyle for The Dressmaker; Shantaram sequel at last; going to Goroke with Ge
Undercover: news from the book world
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 23 days ago
A restyle for The Dressmaker; Shantaram sequel at last; going to Goroke with Gerald Murnane A RESTYLE FOR THE DRESSMAKER Australian writer Rosalie Ham's 2000 debut novel The Dressmaker was a word-of-mouth success, with sales of 75,000 so far, and... Read more
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The Young Witness
Undercover: news from the book worldA restyle for The Dressmaker; Shantaram sequel at last; going to Goroke with Ge
Undercover: news from the book world
The Young Witness / Posted 23 days ago
A restyle for The Dressmaker; Shantaram sequel at last; going to Goroke with Gerald Murnane A RESTYLE FOR THE DRESSMAKER Australian writer Rosalie Ham's 2000 debut novel The Dressmaker was a word-of-mouth success, with sales of 75,000 so far, and... Read more
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Western Advocate
Undercover: news from the book worldA restyle for The Dressmaker; Shantaram sequel at last; going to Goroke with Ge
Undercover: news from the book world
Western Advocate / Posted 23 days ago
A restyle for The Dressmaker; Shantaram sequel at last; going to Goroke with Gerald Murnane A RESTYLE FOR THE DRESSMAKER Australian writer Rosalie Ham's 2000 debut novel The Dressmaker was a word-of-mouth success, with sales of 75,000 so far, and... Read more
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23d
Kiama Independent
Undercover: news from the book worldA restyle for The Dressmaker; Shantaram sequel at last; going to Goroke with Ge
Undercover: news from the book world
Kiama Independent / Posted 23 days ago
A restyle for The Dressmaker; Shantaram sequel at last; going to Goroke with Gerald Murnane A RESTYLE FOR THE DRESSMAKER Australian writer Rosalie Ham's 2000 debut novel The Dressmaker was a word-of-mouth success, with sales of 75,000 so far, and... Read more
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23d
Manning River Times
Undercover: news from the book worldA restyle for The Dressmaker; Shantaram sequel at last; going to Goroke with Ge
Undercover: news from the book world
Manning River Times / Posted 23 days ago
A restyle for The Dressmaker; Shantaram sequel at last; going to Goroke with Gerald Murnane A RESTYLE FOR THE DRESSMAKER Australian writer Rosalie Ham's 2000 debut novel The Dressmaker was a word-of-mouth success, with sales of 75,000 so far, and... Read more
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23d
Goondiwindi Argus
Undercover: news from the book worldA restyle for The Dressmaker; Shantaram sequel at last; going to Goroke with Ge
Undercover: news from the book world
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 23 days ago
A restyle for The Dressmaker; Shantaram sequel at last; going to Goroke with Gerald Murnane A RESTYLE FOR THE DRESSMAKER Australian writer Rosalie Ham's 2000 debut novel The Dressmaker was a word-of-mouth success, with sales of 75,000 so far, and... Read more
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The North West Star
Undercover: news from the book worldA restyle for The Dressmaker; Shantaram sequel at last; going to Goroke with Ge
Undercover: news from the book world
The North West Star / Posted 23 days ago
A restyle for The Dressmaker; Shantaram sequel at last; going to Goroke with Gerald Murnane A RESTYLE FOR THE DRESSMAKER Australian writer Rosalie Ham's 2000 debut novel The Dressmaker was a word-of-mouth success, with sales of 75,000 so far, and... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Undercover: news from the book worldA restyle for The Dressmaker; Shantaram sequel at last; going to Goroke with Ge
Undercover: news from the book world
Daily Liberal / Posted 23 days ago
A restyle for The Dressmaker; Shantaram sequel at last; going to Goroke with Gerald Murnane A RESTYLE FOR THE DRESSMAKER Australian writer Rosalie Ham's 2000 debut novel The Dressmaker was a word-of-mouth success, with sales of 75,000 so far, and... Read more
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The Border Mail
Undercover: news from the book worldA restyle for The Dressmaker; Shantaram sequel at last; going to Goroke with Ge
Undercover: news from the book world
The Border Mail / Posted 23 days ago
A restyle for The Dressmaker; Shantaram sequel at last; going to Goroke with Gerald Murnane A RESTYLE FOR THE DRESSMAKER Australian writer Rosalie Ham's 2000 debut novel The Dressmaker was a word-of-mouth success, with sales of 75,000 so far, and... Read more
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23d
Belfast Telegraph
Dublin Horse Show: Michael Bloomberg's youngest daughter to take centre stage Georgina Bloomberg will be representing Team USA at Dublin Horse Show 2015.Pr
Dublin Horse Show: Michael Bloomberg's youngest daughter to take centre stage
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 23 days ago
Georgina Bloomberg will be representing Team USA at Dublin Horse Show 2015.Professional equestrian, Georgina Bloomberg is currently sponsored by Ariat International.Former... Read more
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The Irish Times
Dublin Horse Show to bring €45m to local economy Up to 100,000 expected to attend RDS to see professionals vie for €1m prize fu
Dublin Horse Show to bring €45m to local economy
The Irish Times / Posted 25 days ago
Up to 100,000 expected to attend RDS to see professionals vie for €1m prize fund Jessica Springsteen, on Vindicat W competing at last year’s Dublin Horse Show. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill Up to... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Derry City will not return to Northern Ireland football league Derry City's homeground BrandywellEuro stars: Kevin Deery and Sean Hargin cel
Derry City will not return to Northern Ireland football league
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 28 days ago
Derry City's homeground BrandywellEuro stars: Kevin Deery and Sean Hargin celebrate Derry's famous Uefa Cup win over Gretna in 2006Hometown hero: Paddy McCourt dazzled defences in a... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Kelly: Growing support for 9/11's ‘St. Mychal’His grave lies just inside the cemetery gates, a few feet from a chain-link fen
Kelly: Growing support for 9/11's ‘St. Mychal’
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 28 days ago
His grave lies just inside the cemetery gates, a few feet from a chain-link fence and the rattle and swoosh of cars, trucks and buses on Totowa’s Union Boulevard. If you go there, you can understand on some level why many people want the Rev. Mychal... Read more

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