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Otago Daily Times
Biking discoveredThe Dunedin woman (pictured left) was one of hundreds of people making a beelin
Biking discovered
Otago Daily Times / Posted yesterday
The Dunedin woman (pictured left) was one of hundreds of people making a beeline for the 32nd annual Vincent County rally at Galloway, near Alexandra, yesterday. "It's my first rally and I'm really excited about it - I feel like I'm 18 again. I've... Read more
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Everett Herald
Frontier names new VP-general manager in EverettFrontier Communications Corporation announced that Chris Lyons was named vice p
Frontier names new VP-general manager in Everett
Everett Herald / Posted 5 days ago
Frontier Communications Corporation announced that Chris Lyons was named vice president and general manager of the company's Washington operation. He will report directly to Melinda White, West Region... Read more
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Crestview News Bulletin
BONI: I'm going to jail — for a worthy causeHere are some facts about muscular dystrophy:●It's a group of 30-plus inherited
BONI: I'm going to jail — for a worthy cause
Crestview News Bulletin / Posted 12 days ago
Here are some facts about muscular dystrophy:●It's a group of 30-plus inherited diseases that cause muscle weakness and loss●Infants, children and adults can acquire it●Most people with MD lose their ability to walkThis information — which comes from... Read more
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Hartford Courant
Kathi Wright Named SW Chamber of Commerce's Volunteer of the YearThe South Windsor Chamber of Commerce has named Kathi Wright of Stewart Staffin
Kathi Wright Named SW Chamber of Commerce's Volunteer of the Year
Hartford Courant / Posted 16 days ago
The South Windsor Chamber of Commerce has named Kathi Wright of Stewart Staffing Solutions & Recruitment Group as their 2015 Volunteer of the Year. "I'm quite honored, thrilled, and surprised. I never thought that would happen," said Wright, who has... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Wilton
Wilton Artist With ALS Showcases Art At Norwalk LibraryNORWALK, Conn. -- The Norwalk Public Library will hold an artist reception on S
Wilton Artist With ALS Showcases Art At Norwalk Library
The Daily Voice - Wilton / Posted 16 days ago
NORWALK, Conn. -- The Norwalk Public Library will hold an artist reception on Sunday, Jan. 24 for Wilton artist Karen Condron, who has had her art work featured in the library for the month of January. Condron continues to paint and maintain an... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
People on the Move, Jan. 17, 2016Allied Services Integrated Health System Barbara Mellander celebrates 50 years
People on the Move, Jan. 17, 2016
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 20 days ago
Allied Services Integrated Health System Barbara Mellander celebrates 50 years of service. In 1965, Ms. Mellander of Quincy, Massachusetts, began working at the newly opened William Warren Vocational Center. Today, Ms. Mellander coordinates the mail... Read more
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ClickOnDetroit
Sterling Heights Firefighters to raise money for children charitiesSTERLING HEIGHTS, Mich. - Later this month, on Jan. 29, the Sterling Heights Fi
Sterling Heights Firefighters to raise money for children charities
ClickOnDetroit / Posted 21 days ago
STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich. - Later this month, on Jan. 29, the Sterling Heights Firefighters Charities group will host its 11th Annual Comedy Night. The event is a fundraiser for children’s charities and includes a comedy show, dinner, open premium... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
WALLY HALL: Oaklawn pillar shaken, not deterred, by ALSHOT SPRINGS -- Today begins Bobby Geiger's 34th season at Oaklawn, and there wi
WALLY HALL: Oaklawn pillar shaken, not deterred, by ALS
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 22 days ago
HOT SPRINGS -- Today begins Bobby Geiger's 34th season at Oaklawn, and there will be more seasons because of his will, character and determination. He's the director of gaming, which basically means he's responsible for every operation, which... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Oaklawn pillar shaken, not deterred, by ALSHOT SPRINGS -- Today begins Bobby Geiger's 34th season at Oaklawn, and there wi
Oaklawn pillar shaken, not deterred, by ALS
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 22 days ago
HOT SPRINGS -- Today begins Bobby Geiger's 34th season at Oaklawn, and there will be more seasons because of his will, character and determination. He's the director of gaming, which basically means he's responsible for every operation, which... Read more
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Columbia Star
Salvatore “Sal” DiMaria | January 15, 2016A Mass of Christian burial for Salvatore “Sal” DiMaria, 83, was celebrated at 1
Salvatore “Sal” DiMaria | January 15, 2016
Columbia Star / Posted 23 days ago
A Mass of Christian burial for Salvatore “Sal” DiMaria, 83, was celebrated at 12:00 p.m. Thursday, January 14, 2016, at St. Joseph Catholic Church. The family received friends Wednesday, January 13, 2016, from 4 until 6:00 p.m. at Dunbar Funeral... Read more
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NJ Biz
Westpark Pediatrics joins Barnabas Health Medical GroupAbout a dozen new pediatricians and nurse practitioners are now affiliated with
Westpark Pediatrics joins Barnabas Health Medical Group
NJ Biz / Posted 25 days ago
About a dozen new pediatricians and nurse practitioners are now affiliated with the Barnabas Health Medical Group in Monmouth County. Westpark Pediatrics joined Barnabas through an affiliation with the Monmouth Medical Center in Long Branch,... Read more
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The Williamsport Sun-Gazette
A year of givingStart the year off right by planning your community involvement and charitable
A year of giving
The Williamsport Sun-Gazette / Posted 27 days ago
Start the year off right by planning your community involvement and charitable giving! There are many area organizations that are in need of volunteers throughout the year. Below are just a few of the events, programs and general volunteer needs... Read more
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The Oklahoman
Panhandling has been issue of concern for decades in Oklahoma CityStories about Oklahoma City's latest panhandling ordinance came hot and heavy i
Panhandling has been issue of concern for decades in Oklahoma City
The Oklahoman / Posted 29 days ago
Stories about Oklahoma City's latest panhandling ordinance came hot and heavy in late 2015, but the measure and the issues that led to its creation had their beginnings decades ago. A search of The Oklahoman's archives reveals that panhandling has... Read more

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