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The Hairy Potter: Jason Kiley to showcase unique ...
The Hairy Potter: Jason Kiley to showcase unique crafts at HMAF Sep. 22, 2014 @ 12:00 AM HUNTINGTON -- If someone would have told Jason Kiley his business plan would be tangled up in an...
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A challenging life: Doxey family feels wave of su...
Thomas Wells | Buy at photos.djournal.comLee County couple Ralph and Megan Doxey haven’t let ALS steal their joy for life. “With bulbar onset, you cry or you laugh,” said Ralph Doxey, who was...
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No Rest And No Regrets: Liz Lyles’ Story
No Rest And No Regrets: Liz Lyles’ Story Ironman champion Liz Lyles—who earned that title as a rookie pro at 2012’s Ironman Wisconsin—juggles the demands of competing at the highest level in a...
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Shortly after arriving home from work, my husband called me to the bedroom where I found him sitting in his recliner, eyes wide and glued to the television. “Boo, you’ve got to see this,” he told me...
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Almost forgotten, Michael Keaton bounces back wit...
The actor, who has not been in any memorable film for many years now, wowed critics at the Venice Film Festival. Michael Keaton is back, in a big way. With his new film Birdman Or (The Unexpected...
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Outdoor column: Prehistoric fish still provide sp...
Easing down the marshy shoreline, I flipped a lead jig tipped with a white Gulp! shrimp toward promising spots – gaps in the vegetation, off points and around visible structure. The brackish creek I...
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