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America’s July 4 military nightmare: With our rec...
At 9:44 p.m. on July 27, 1953, Private First Class Harold B. Smith had just sixteen more minutes of the Korean War to survive before the cease-fire came into effect at 10:00 p.m. You can imagine this...
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Weekend in . . . Savannah
Weekend in . . . Savannah The historic port town in the US state of Georgia is having a cultural revival Weekend in... Los Cabos, Mexico Desert, surf and fun outdoor pursuits make for a laid-back...
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Savannah College of Art and Design
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A D.C. priest might have what it takes to be a sa...
Aloysius Schwartz, founder of the Sisters of Mary and Brothers of Christ, in a 1990 photo in the Philippines. He is being considered for sainthood. (FAMILY PHOTO) Although Aloysius Schwartz died 23...
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Augusta Senator proposes changing Georgia Confede...
Friday, July 3, 2015 AUGUSTA, Ga. (WRDW) -- An Augusta senator wants to change the name of Georgia's "Confederate Memorial Day." Senator Harold V. Jones II says the holiday should instead honor all...
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Daughter buries parents on her birthday as more b...
Tunisia terror attack: Daughter buries parents on her birthday as more bodies return to UK DEVASTATED families of those brutally murdered in the Tunisia beach terror attack are beginning to bury...
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Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA Again Offering Sum...
The Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA will once again offer a summer camp for at risk youth, thanks to a grant from the Bama Works Fund. The CASPCA received $3,500 from Bama Works Fund, which supports...
Read more at NBC 29 Charlottesville
Students participate in school's first creative s...
A group of teenagers have taken part in a school's first Creative Showcase. Fourteen West Hatch High School in High Road, Chigwell, students were selected to display the work they had completed as...
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Bikes Get Second Chance
First there was Salt, then
, followed by Star. Those are the names given to three Harley Davidson motorcycles that were rebuilt and customized by young girls. Now there are two more bikes that...
Read more at KELO Sioux Falls
Manus Island and Nauru removed from Google Maps
Manus Island and Nauru removed from Google Maps Manus Island, according to the Google Maps “Earth” setting. July 3, 2015. 11:40 The new censorship measures are said to be a result of the Australian...
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Ramble, race and parade start July 4 weekend
LAS CRUCES >> Ramble through art openings. Race around Main Street. Pick your spot and watch a parade go by. You can do all that and more downtown this evening. First up will be the monthly Downtown...
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Festival to make the most of it
TAMWORTH’S first-ever Festival of Abilities is set to launch tomorrow, thanks to three passionate advocates. READY AND ABLE: Ability linker Bec Browning, Tamworth Sports Dome’s Mel Finlay and ability...
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Kickstarter launched for Tieton post office redes...
A campaign has launched in support of bringing a
facade to Tieton's post office. The Yakima Herald reports the Kickstarter campaign to create "the coolest post office in America" started...
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The Proposed Touro Monument And Rav S. R. Hirsch ...
Last month we outlined how a few years after Judah Touro’s death a public movement was inaugurated by the citizens of New Orleans to erect a monument to his memory, and that opposition to this tribute...
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The Jewish Press
Cucurbit disease research funding welcomed
Funding for research on cucurbit diseases welcomed by industry The State Government has partnered with industry for a new research project on diseases affecting cucurbits. Cucurbits include crops...
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Students add creativity to NOTO mosaic
What had been a nondescript concrete retaining wall in front of the NOTO Arts Center woke up in a most colorful way this week, thanks to the creativity and elbow grease of Quincy Elementary School...
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Quincy Elementary School
Kansas State Department of Education
Chicago-Area Brewery Names Beer After Toews
A Chicago-area brewery now has a Hawk-y beer on tap. Hailstorm Brewing Co. in Tinley Park has released a Captain Serious #19 Pale Ale. The beer is described as a “West Coast style pale ale” and is...
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10 things not to miss at the Cherry Creek Arts Fe...
The new symbol of the Cherry Creek Arts Festival is a massive red cherry that soars nearly 17 feet overhead, created by Denver artist and woodworker Garrett Brown. He's also a surfer, and he designed...
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Liverpool St George's Hall uncovers its Minton ti...
... set to uncover its rare Minton tile floor next month. Visitors to the grade I listed Lime Street landmark will be able to see the floor of the great hall in all its glory for 10 days from August...
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My Black is Beautiful Celebrates the Ways Black W...
CINCINNATI--(BUSINESS WIRE)--My Black is Beautiful (MBIB), a community-building program by Procter & Gamble (P&G) will celebrate their community of 2 million strong by shining a light on what makes...
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NPR Story | Alaska Public Media
Sunnis Flee The Islamic State, But Still Fall Under Suspicion The Nidaa mosque in northern Baghdad looks grand, with clean, modern lines swooping up to a blue-
dome. But inside it's squalid,...
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