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The Fort Dodge Messenger
MICHELLE FREDERICKSENMichelle Renay (Strong) Fredericksen was born May 31, 1963 in Fort Dodge, Iowa
MICHELLE FREDERICKSEN
The Fort Dodge Messenger / Posted 10 hours ago
Michelle Renay (Strong) Fredericksen was born May 31, 1963 in Fort Dodge, Iowa to John and JoAnne (Butrick) Strong. She attended elementary school in Fort Dodge and graduated from Cedar Valley High School in Farnhamville in 1981. She was united in... Read more
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The Fort Dodge Messenger
MICHELLE FREDERICKSENMOORLAND - Michelle Fredericksen, 52, of Moorland, died Sunday, February 7, at
MICHELLE FREDERICKSEN
The Fort Dodge Messenger / Posted 2 days ago
MOORLAND - Michelle Fredericksen, 52, of Moorland, died Sunday, February 7, at the Paula J. Baber Hospice Home. Funeral Services will be Saturday, February 13, 2016 at 2:00 p.m. at the Historic Bruce Funeral Home in Fort Dodge. Visitation will be one... Read more
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Petluma360.com
Petaluma driver rams car into Santa Rosa home THE PRESS DEMOCRAT | February 8, 2016, 10:56AM A 25-year-old Petaluma man su
Petaluma driver rams car into Santa Rosa home
Petluma360.com / Posted 2 days ago
THE PRESS DEMOCRAT | February 8, 2016, 10:56AM A 25-year-old Petaluma man suffered major leg injuries early Saturday when his car slammed into a house in the Moorland Avenue neighborhood just south of... Read more
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Horse and Hound
9 training and competing opportunities for you and your horse this weekIf you’re looking for somewhere to compete or train with your horse this week n
9 training and competing opportunities for you and your horse this week
Horse and Hound / Posted 2 days ago
If you’re looking for somewhere to compete or train with your horse this week no matter which corner of the country you’re in, here are some dates you need to put in your diary and enter online via Equo Events Get your sunshine tour ticket in the... Read more
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Weston Mercury
Home care service patients in Weston-Mare ‘at risk’Home care service patients in Weston-super-Mare ‘at risk’ Inspectors have said
Home care service patients in Weston-Mare ‘at risk’
Weston Mercury / Posted 3 days ago
Home care service patients in Weston-super-Mare ‘at risk’ Inspectors have said people being looked after by an at-home care service were found to be ‘at risk of abuse’ while the service’s manager described staffing as ‘a nightmare’. The Care... Read more
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The Fort Dodge Messenger
Being uplifted by SONSHINE"The main thing for Sonshine is it inspires people in their faith," said Jean J
Being uplifted by SONSHINE
The Fort Dodge Messenger / Posted 4 days ago
"The main thing for Sonshine is it inspires people in their faith," said Jean Johnson, publicity chairman for the group. "This ministry really touches people's hearts and souls, and that makes it all worthwhile." A veteran of the interdenominational... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Team of nine to climb Kilimanjaro to raise money for care charityA CAMPING virgin is among the excitable adventurers who will scale almost 6,000
Team of nine to climb Kilimanjaro to raise money for care charity
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 4 days ago
A CAMPING virgin is among the excitable adventurers who will scale almost 6,000 metres of rockface to fundraise for a respite care charity. Adrenaline junkie Terri-Anne Watts is part of a nine-strong team training to tackle Mount Kilimanjaro in... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Team of nine to climb Kilimanjaro to raise money for care charityA CAMPING virgin is among the excitable adventurers who will scale almost 6,000
Team of nine to climb Kilimanjaro to raise money for care charity
Oxford Mail / Posted 4 days ago
A CAMPING virgin is among the excitable adventurers who will scale almost 6,000 metres of rockface to fundraise for a respite care charity. Adrenaline junkie Terri-Anne Watts is part of a nine-strong team training to tackle Mount Kilimanjaro in... Read more
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Aberdeen City Council News
Culter Hillwalking Club Sunday Walk February 7thWhat's On In Aberdeen Bin of Cullen Distance 16 km. Ascent 460 metres. A ver
Culter Hillwalking Club Sunday Walk February 7th
Aberdeen City Council News / Posted 5 days ago
What's On In Aberdeen Bin of Cullen Distance 16 km. Ascent 460 metres. A very varied walk from coast to hill with some outstanding views. Car parking at the coastal public car park just west of... Read more
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This is West Country
Book fast for Great Somerset Walk around WimbleballST. MARGARET'S Hospice have added another Great Somerset Walk to their calender
Book fast for Great Somerset Walk around Wimbleball
This is West Country / Posted 5 days ago
ST. MARGARET'S Hospice have added another Great Somerset Walk to their calender for 2016 at a new venue. The first of two Great Somerset Walks will be a 13km walk around Wimbleball Lake on Sunday, March 20 at 11am. A spokesman for St Margaret's... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Scales of Justice: 16 cases heard at Oxford and Banbury Magistrates CourtOXFORD MAGISTRATES Daniel Hopgood, 22, of Talbot Close, Harwell, admitted poss
Scales of Justice: 16 cases heard at Oxford and Banbury Magistrates Court
Oxford Mail / Posted 7 days ago
OXFORD MAGISTRATES Daniel Hopgood, 22, of Talbot Close, Harwell, admitted possessing cocaine, a Class A drug, in Harwell on December 28 last year. Handed a community order and made subject to a two-month curfew. Also ordered to pay a £60 victim... Read more
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Crikey
This is system collapse’: Tassie fires the beginning of the end –We were in a hut in the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area when the light
This is system collapse’: Tassie fires the beginning of the end –
Crikey / Posted 7 days ago
We were in a hut in the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area when the lightning started flashing behind the moorland and the mountains, in the distance. Two days later I had climbed to the top of Mount Oakleigh when I saw a billow of smoke... Read more
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This is West Country
EDITORIAL COMMENT: Highbridge is on the up - but we must be sure the Brue Farm development is safe from floodingHighbridge is showing signs of change with new shops, new homes and new people
EDITORIAL COMMENT: Highbridge is on the up - but we must be sure the Brue Farm development is safe from flooding
This is West Country / Posted 7 days ago
Highbridge is showing signs of change with new shops, new homes and new people moving in. Brue Farm is another chance to see the town expand but there is a concern: flooding. Over the Christmas period the floods in the North have reminded us of the... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Don't get caught in your own version of 'Groundhog Day'Don’t get caught in your own version of ‘Groundhog Day’ The plot of the movie
Don't get caught in your own version of 'Groundhog Day'
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 7 days ago
Don’t get caught in your own version of ‘Groundhog Day’ The plot of the movie “Groundhog Day” is relatable even if a bit far-fetched: Phil Connors, a Pittsburgh TV meteorologist is sent to quaint Punxsutawney to cover Groundhog Day only to get stuck... Read more
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Derbyshire Times
Latest Chesterfield magistrates’ court resultsThe latest Chesterfield magistrates’ court results as published in the February
Latest Chesterfield magistrates’ court results
Derbyshire Times / Posted 8 days ago
The latest Chesterfield magistrates’ court results as published in the February 4 edition of the Derbyshire Times are listed below. Zoey Leanne Aitken, 27, of Hunloke Road, Holmewood. Pleaded guilty to using threatening behaviour. Fined £120 and... Read more
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This is West Country
When trains stopped in Burtle and the pub was named after the station master Tom MoggYou’ll have a long wait for a train at Burtle if fancy a day trip to Highbridge
When trains stopped in Burtle and the pub was named after the station master Tom Mogg
This is West Country / Posted 8 days ago
You’ll have a long wait for a train at Burtle if fancy a day trip to Highbridge or Glastonbury. The station at Edington Road (later Edington Burtle) closed in 1966 under the Beeching cuts which saw hundreds of miles of branch lines cut. However... Read more
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Bay News 9 Tampa Bay
Tampa Bay Black History | Local Black History Month EventsThe story of Black History Month begins in 1915, half a century after the Thirt
Tampa Bay Black History | Local Black History Month Events
Bay News 9 Tampa Bay / Posted 10 days ago
The story of Black History Month begins in 1915, half a century after the Thirteenth Amendment abolished slavery in the United States. That September, the Harvard-trained historian Carter G. Woodson and the prominent minister Jesse E. Moorland... Read more
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This is West Country
North Petherton Civic Awards: presented for Queen, Country and CommunityLast October the North Petherton Civic Service was held at St Peter’s Church, N
North Petherton Civic Awards: presented for Queen, Country and Community
This is West Country / Posted 11 days ago
Last October the North Petherton Civic Service was held at St Peter’s Church, North Newton to celebrate the lives of some the town’s residents. The Mayor Cllr Alan Bradford wrote at the time the following description of the event: The theme of the... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Indian's Head death mystery deepensArabic writing on a medicine bottle found with his body has led detectives to b
Indian's Head death mystery deepens
Daily Mirror / Posted 11 days ago
Arabic writing on a medicine bottle found with his body has led detectives to believe the man may be a foreign national. The Thyroxine Sodium medicine - which was not prescribed - is used to treat underactive thyroids and cannot be bought over the... Read more
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The Fort Dodge Messenger
Jan. 30, 2016A Fort Dodge man pleaded guilty Wednesday in Webster County District Court to c
Jan. 30, 2016
The Fort Dodge Messenger / Posted 12 days ago
A Fort Dodge man pleaded guilty Wednesday in Webster County District Court to charges related to narcotics trafficking. Steven Vonzaubuesnig Randall, 51, received consecutive sentences totalling 35 years, according to the Webster County attorney's... Read more
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Yorkshire evening post
Man appears in court over ‘attempted murder’ of woman in LeedsA man has appeared in court charged with trying to kill a woman in an incident
Man appears in court over ‘attempted murder’ of woman in Leeds
Yorkshire evening post / Posted 12 days ago
A man has appeared in court charged with trying to kill a woman in an incident in Pudsey. Kevin Miles, aged 48, of Moorland Drive, Pudsey, appeared at Leeds Magistrates’ Court on Friday morning charged with the attempted murder of the 47-year-old at... Read more
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walesonline
Roy Noble turns biker to show the Valleys in their true lightHis iconic reply of “Whaddya got?” has since gone down in the annals of movie h
Roy Noble turns biker to show the Valleys in their true light
walesonline / Posted 13 days ago
His iconic reply of “Whaddya got?” has since gone down in the annals of movie history. Roy Noble is rebelling too, although he and his Honda Gold Wing Trike aren’t part of any motorcycle gang and, as he freely admits, he doesn’t exactly bear a... Read more
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Yorkshire evening post
‘We need more than just big walls around a river to cope with Leeds flood risk’A PLANNING and regeneration boss has told an inquiry panel that even if Leeds h
‘We need more than just big walls around a river to cope with Leeds flood risk’
Yorkshire evening post / Posted 13 days ago
A PLANNING and regeneration boss has told an inquiry panel that even if Leeds had the comprehensive flood defences that were ditched by the Government in 2011, it still might not have been enough to prevent the Boxing Day deluge which damaged... Read more
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The Barnsley Chronicle
Local football round- Church come back from 4-1 down but losePenistone Church lost 5-4 at home to Selby Town after coming back from 4-1 down
Local football round- Church come back from 4-1 down but lose
The Barnsley Chronicle / Posted 13 days ago
Penistone Church lost 5-4 at home to Selby Town after coming back from 4-1 down to draw level on Wednesday in the Northern Counties East League Division One. The visitors scored within the first ten seconds as a long ball from the kick-off lobbed... Read more
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This is West Country
Somerset County Council's John Osmond on Bridgwater's bypass: 'unfortunately there was no support in the Government and EDF for it'The northern bypass for Bridgwater isn’t going to happen. That’s the view of th
Somerset County Council's John Osmond on Bridgwater's bypass: 'unfortunately there was no support in the Government and EDF for it'
This is West Country / Posted 13 days ago
The northern bypass for Bridgwater isn’t going to happen. That’s the view of the head of Somerset County Council John Osman. Speaking to the Mercury at Moorland Village Hall he said they were aware of the massive hit the economy takes everytime... Read more
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This is West Country
Attacker gets suspended jail term - latest Taunton court resultsMatthew Harrup, 25, of no fixed address, assault by beating in Taunton, 16 week
Attacker gets suspended jail term - latest Taunton court results
This is West Country / Posted 13 days ago
Matthew Harrup, 25, of no fixed address, assault by beating in Taunton, 16 weeks prison suspended for two years, £80 victim surcharge, £100 costs. (G). Vasile Roman, 45, of Moorland Road, Taunton, drink driving, £350 fine, £35 victim surcharge, £85... Read more
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MLive.com
Farmers, embattled drain commissioner struggle to find common groundNORTON SHORES, MI – Members of the Muskegon County Farm Bureau held a forum Tue
Farmers, embattled drain commissioner struggle to find common ground
MLive.com / Posted 14 days ago
NORTON SHORES, MI – Members of the Muskegon County Farm Bureau held a forum Tuesday and peppered embattled county Drain Commissioner Brenda Moore with questions about drain assessments on their land. "I feel like I came to office in a perfect... Read more
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This is West Country
Public meeting to be held over civic emergency flood plans in Moorland and the LevelsMoorland and villages nearby have been picking up the pieces following the floo
Public meeting to be held over civic emergency flood plans in Moorland and the Levels
This is West Country / Posted 14 days ago
Moorland and villages nearby have been picking up the pieces following the floods of nearly two years ago. “One of the things we found when were flooded was the community disintegrated,” said Kate Symonds. “This plan will mean in the future is here... Read more
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walesonline
The schools graded green by the Welsh GovernmentThe 'green' schools Green means schools: Ysgol Gynradd Llanfairpwll Ysgol Y
The schools graded green by the Welsh Government
walesonline / Posted 14 days ago
The 'green' schools Green means schools: Ysgol Gynradd Llanfairpwll Ysgol Y Graig Ysgol Gynradd Corn HirBlaenau Gwent Abertillery Primary School Ystruth PrimaryBridgend Pencoed Comprehensive Abercerdin Primary School Cefn Glas Infant... Read more
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Weston Mercury
January 28, 1966Chris Andrews, star attraction at Saturday's Dance Date, signs autographs for L
January 28, 1966
Weston Mercury / Posted 14 days ago
Chris Andrews, star attraction at Saturday's Dance Date, signs autographs for Lynette and Jennie Auther, Christine Salter and Julia Donney. Did Daleks visit Weston in 1966? To send a link to this page you must be logged in. Secretary Mollie Bliss... Read more
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This is West Country
Agencies to combine to prevent future flooding at Moorland so it 'can never happen again'For years the various drainage boards have been working to prevent flooding and
Agencies to combine to prevent future flooding at Moorland so it 'can never happen again'
This is West Country / Posted 14 days ago
For years the various drainage boards have been working to prevent flooding and also damage to agriculture in the Somerset Levels. However following the floods of 2014 when Moorland and Fordgate made world wide headlines it was decided by the... Read more
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This is West Country
Ripping out hedges, draining dew ponds and bogs lie behind Moorland floods says top Environment Agency officialThere have been a number of conspiracy theories over the floods of 2014 that de
Ripping out hedges, draining dew ponds and bogs lie behind Moorland floods says top Environment Agency official
This is West Country / Posted 14 days ago
There have been a number of conspiracy theories over the floods of 2014 that devastated the village of Moorland. A reservoir near Taunton was ‘let go’ allowing a wall of water to flow down the River Tone and spill out into the village. There’s one... Read more
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This is West Country
Ian Liddell Grainger MP: the Bridgwater barrage will buy us 100 years against future floodingSomerset lost control of the Levels and the floods of 2014 destroyed lives and
Ian Liddell Grainger MP: the Bridgwater barrage will buy us 100 years against future flooding
This is West Country / Posted 14 days ago
Somerset lost control of the Levels and the floods of 2014 destroyed lives and led to a massive natural disaster. That’s the opinion of the local MP who said global warming is something we must all confront as a reality. “We lost control,” said the... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Mystery man found dead on moor 'may have made pilgrimage to scene of 1949 air crash'Detective Sergeant John Coleman of Oldham CID also told The Sun: “We have opene
Mystery man found dead on moor 'may have made pilgrimage to scene of 1949 air crash'
Daily Telegraph / Posted 16 days ago
Detective Sergeant John Coleman of Oldham CID also told The Sun: “We have opened the files on the crashed DC-3 and are examining the names of all those who survived and died. "At this stage, with no clue on the dead man's body to his identity,... Read more
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Freeman journal
Pond stocked with troutWaiting out on the ice were more than 50 anglers with baited hooks, holes in th
Pond stocked with trout
Freeman journal / Posted 16 days ago
Waiting out on the ice were more than 50 anglers with baited hooks, holes in the ice, plenty of room on their stringers and perhaps later in the day, a nice warm skillet. Ben Wallace, a fish biologist with the Iowa DNR, was in charge of the day's... Read more
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chroniclelive
Northumberland National Park: How to vote for it in Countryfile awardsVote online via the BBC Countryfile Magazine website at countryfile.com/awards2
Northumberland National Park: How to vote for it in Countryfile awards
chroniclelive / Posted 19 days ago
Vote online via the BBC Countryfile Magazine website at countryfile.com/awards2015-16. Postal votes are also accepted. Send to BBC Countryfile Magazine Awards, BBC Countryfile Magazine, Tower House, Fairfax Street, Bristol BS1 3BN. Voting closes on... Read more
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chroniclelive
Northumberland National Park: 10 reasons it's the best in the countryYour vote in the BBC Countryfile Magazine awards is vital to help our very own
Northumberland National Park: 10 reasons it's the best in the country
chroniclelive / Posted 19 days ago
Your vote in the BBC Countryfile Magazine awards is vital to help our very own national park take the title. So to help you out, we’ve picked out 10 reasons you should vote for Northumberland. An increasingly rare commodity in a world which grows... Read more
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Louth Leader
WI talk in Binbrook discusses 50-year history of Search and Rescue Dog AssociationA dozen visitors went along to the January meeting of Binbrook and District WI
WI talk in Binbrook discusses 50-year history of Search and Rescue Dog Association
Louth Leader / Posted 21 days ago
A dozen visitors went along to the January meeting of Binbrook and District WI to hear local resident Ken Sloan give an informative and surprising talk about the 50-year history of the Search and Rescue Dog Association. The organisation helps trace... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Cornwall hotelsThe Nare, in Carne Beach, is a family-friendly Cornwall hotel offering spacious
Cornwall hotels
Daily Telegraph / Posted 21 days ago
The Nare, in Carne Beach, is a family-friendly Cornwall hotel offering spacious bedrooms, traditional decor and a sunny south-facing position, on the Roseland Peninsula. Expert Rating Hell Bay, on Bryher, Isles of Scilly, is a luxury four-star... Read more
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This is West Country
Does the burning of land on Exmoor do more harm than good?IS BURNING land on Exmoor doing more damage than good to the national park's en
Does the burning of land on Exmoor do more harm than good?
This is West Country / Posted 21 days ago
IS BURNING land on Exmoor doing more damage than good to the national park's environment? Exmoor groups are fighting back after a leading environmental campaigner and journalist said that the National Park's landscape has become... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Runcorn and Widnes walkers trek around DenbighshireA walking group from Halton took 70 hikers to Loggerheads in Denbighshire for t
Runcorn and Widnes walkers trek around Denbighshire
Liverpool Echo / Posted 22 days ago
A walking group from Halton took 70 hikers to Loggerheads in Denbighshire for their first outing of 2016. The Halton Ramblers went to the Welsh village which sits on the banks of the River Alyn, a tributary of the River Dee in the Alyn Valley. The... Read more
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North Bay Bohemian
Warmer-UpperSgt. Jeneane Kucker greets a steady flow of police officers coming in and out t
Warmer-Upper
North Bay Bohemian / Posted 22 days ago
Sgt. Jeneane Kucker greets a steady flow of police officers coming in and out the door of Sam's For Play Cafe on a cool and cloudy Thursday morning in unincorporated Roseland. It's the sixth "Coffee with a Cop" event hosted by the Santa Rosa Police... Read more
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Manning River Times
Moorland soccer player's great fundraising effortIT took nearly 12 months, but Moorland's Val Bungie-Beard saved $640 to pay her
Moorland soccer player's great fundraising effort
Manning River Times / Posted 22 days ago
IT took nearly 12 months, but Moorland's Val Bungie-Beard saved $640 to pay her registration to play in the Football Mid North Coast under 16 team to play in the Women's Premier League in 2016. Val, a centre back, was a member of the under 16 side... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
David Peake, bankerDavid’s mother was Sophie Thérèse (Resy), daughter of Count Henri de Baillet-La
David Peake, banker
Daily Telegraph / Posted 22 days ago
David’s mother was Sophie Thérèse (Resy), daughter of Count Henri de Baillet-Latour, a Belgian aristocrat who chaired the International Olympic Committee from 1925 to 1942. After Harald Peake’s second marriage in 1952, David’s stepmother was Dame... Read more
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The Inverness Courier
Windfarm south of Inverness is rejectedPublished: 19/01/2016 12:28 - Updated: 19/01/2016 12:32 A windfarm at Glenfern
Windfarm south of Inverness is rejected
The Inverness Courier / Posted 23 days ago
Published: 19/01/2016 12:28 - Updated: 19/01/2016 12:32 A windfarm at Glenferness has been rejected by Highland councillors. PLANS for a controversial windfarm south of Inverness has been rejected. Councillors had been recommended to grant... Read more
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North Devon Gazette & Advertiser
CQC says mental health wards at North Devon District Hospital are ‘unsafe’ Devon Partnership NHS Trust says it has been ‘making headway’ to improve ment
CQC says mental health wards at North Devon District Hospital are ‘unsafe’
North Devon Gazette & Advertiser / Posted 23 days ago
Devon Partnership NHS Trust says it has been ‘making headway’ to improve mental health services after CQC inspection last year. Mental health care at North Devon District... Read more
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Derbyshire Times
Steps needed to protect deerI am writing in response to Villager Jim’s quite right concerns for our red dee
Steps needed to protect deer
Derbyshire Times / Posted 23 days ago
I am writing in response to Villager Jim’s quite right concerns for our red deer population on Big Moor. Like Jim, I am a Derbyshire Peak District appreciator, as such in my retirement years I am there or thereabouts most days of the week. How sick... Read more
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Bolton News
Teenager parked up in Scout Road car park with girlfriend 'drove Volkswagen Golf at police officer'A TEENAGER attempting to flee Scout Road car park hit a police officer who had
Teenager parked up in Scout Road car park with girlfriend 'drove Volkswagen Golf at police officer'
Bolton News / Posted 23 days ago
A TEENAGER attempting to flee Scout Road car park hit a police officer who had caught him driving without insurance. Bolton Crown Court heard how PC Andy Bateson was struck a "glancing blow" by the Volkswagen Golf being driven by 19-year-old... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Leading farm prices from Kendal (J36) Auction MartKENDAL (J36): Thursday, January 14 A reduced entry of calves, of only youngest
Leading farm prices from Kendal (J36) Auction Mart
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 24 days ago
KENDAL (J36): Thursday, January 14 A reduced entry of calves, of only youngest sorts, sold to £200 for AA x Bulls from JW&D Robinson & Sons. Dairy Bulls sold to £95, for a Shorthorn from JR Handley. B&W sold to £150 for weaned calves from C Wilson.... Read more
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Daily Mail
'Depressed' woman discovers her body is ravaged with Lyme diseaseWoman told for 12 YEARS her insomnia, tiredness and dizzy spells were due to de
'Depressed' woman discovers her body is ravaged with Lyme disease
Daily Mail / Posted 24 days ago
Woman told for 12 YEARS her insomnia, tiredness and dizzy spells were due to depression discovers her body is ravaged with Lyme disease Vanessa Boyd, 28, began suffering bizarre symptoms aged 16, Included vertigo, dizziness, seizures, numbness and... Read more
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