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Headstones at children's graves smashed into piec...
Children's graves have been smashed into pieces in an "heartless" attack at a village cemetery. Three headstones in the graveyard of St Mary’s Church, Chiddingfold, were vandalised sometime between...
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St Mary’s Church
Food Fight: Home Cooking for the Holidays?
Home Cooking Makes The Holiday By Emma Davis Assistant Food Editor I spent Thanksgiving break in what was essentially a glorified cabin in the woods. With no Internet, no TV, and the nearest store...
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Taste: Los Tios
After six days in northern New Mexico for Thanksgiving break with my family, I'm feeling happy and rejuvenated. While away I enjoyed a wide variety of foods including Thanksgiving dinner, Navajo...
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Silver City Sun-News
Las Cruces Sun-News
In the Philippines, hope and despair are found am...
Philippines — Elegario Ocdol’s home has become rubble. Most of the house and its contents have vanished. Only jagged pieces of fabric, metal and crockery lie strewn across the stone floor — traces of...
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Missouri Valley price tag to clean up bat guano: ...
MISSOURI VALLEY, Iowa — It isn’t cheap to clean up bat guano. It will cost the City of Missouri Valley about $28,000 to remove
of droppings left from about 300 bats in an attic at City...
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In remembrance of Paul Walker
There’s something to be said about “normality.” Is it a picket fence, closely surrounding the red brick houses that float unnoticed on islands of unkempt summer grass? Is it those tired winter...
Read more at The Michigan Daily
Searching for Mandela, from Robben Island to rele...
JOHANNESBURG - One summer day in 1979 I broke several apartheid laws as a teenager, searching for a glimpse of Nelson Mandela on South Africa's notorious Robben Island prison. My businessman father...
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San Diego Union-Tribune
Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune
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African National Congress
Keeping the cattle warm
LOMA, Colo. With chilly temperatures taking over the Grand Valley, dairy farmers must go the extra mile ensuring enough milk gets out on time and makes its way to store shelves. Raymond Dairy has...
Read more at KJCT 8 Grand Junction
Why You Shouldn’t Panic Over the OB Sewage Spill
Earlier this week, a huge batch of sewage gushed into the San Diego River, shutting down parts of Mission Beach and Ocean Beach. It made us wonder: How grody is the water that runs through our...
Read more at Voice of San Diego
State Water Resources Control Board
Gophers bigger problem than usual in south-centra...
WICHITA, Kan. -- Gophers are a bigger problem than usual across the area this year. The unsightly
they create are popping up in places all over Wichita and Hutchinson. One of those places is...
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Sedgwick County Zoo
Cold taking hold of Marin
After spending three weeks on the frigid East Coast, Terry Egan and her daughter, Elena Gnatek, said Marin's cold spell isn't so bad. "I love the cold," Elena, 8. "It's fun. It means Christmas is...
Read more at Marin Independent Journal
National Weather Service
Horrible court now says hello
If stinking garbage, spilling drains and stained walls are the repulsively long-lived images you have of Ranchi civil court premises, pay a visit again. Freshly painted walls, unclogged drains, a...
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Cement plant takes mountains of blizzard debris
... by Ken Steinken As the branches disappeared from the curbs around town and the mountains of chipped wood grew at Fitzgerald Field, the Central States Fairgrounds and the civic center...
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When winter hits hard, it's still business as usu...
Havre was reported to have a temperature of minus 29 degrees this morning, but workers in the cold were staying tough and upbeat. As of 5 a.m. today, the Montana city with the coldest temperature in...
Read more at Havre Daily News
10 problems with Obama’s income inequality speech
The president who was going to keep the focus on Obamacare yesterday digressed to give a base-pleasing, shopworn liberal ode to fighting income inequality. Don’t worry if you missed it. There was...
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Center for American Progress
GO Calendar: Your top events for the week
HAPPENINGS THROUGH DEC 11 Be a Santa to a SeniorHobart: Brentwood at Hobart, 1420 St. Mary Cir. Merrillville: Brookdale Sterling House, 8253 Virginia St; Horizon Bank, 8590 Broadway; Towne Centre...
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Calgary Parking Authority issues over 600 tickets...
As crews continue to dig the city out of a massive winter headache, about 600 Calgarians have been slapped with tickets for leaving their vehicles on snow routes. That count was of 4:30 p.m....
Read more at Calgary Sun
December First Friday shows focus on holiday gifts
Nine members and resident artists are transforming their work spaces into display spaces, selling cups and ring holders, jewelry, bowls and decor items. Studio manager Tommy Frank has created a line...
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Kansas City Art Institute
Bowling Green University
Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Cuesta production dives into the deep end of raci...
An African-American woman stands at the center of a starkly lit room, surrounded by men in near identical dark suits and jaunty straw hats. Their faces are contorted into grotesque, gaping...
Read more at The San Luis Obispo Tribune
Ready for the cold: Tips for preparing your home,...
With severe cold weather predicted the next few days in the Sacramento region and beyond, it’s wise to prepare your home, garden and animals. Here are some suggestions: Water plants lightly in late...
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