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The Commercial Dispatch
Ask Rufus: Intruders in the Chickasaw NationIt's interesting how projects and research often end up overlapping. The celebr
Ask Rufus: Intruders in the Chickasaw Nation
The Commercial Dispatch / Posted 8 days ago
It's interesting how projects and research often end up overlapping. The celebration of Mississippi's bicentennial and the bicentennial of the settlement of Columbus will kick off Oct. 2 in Columbus. It should be followed in 2019 by the bicentennial... Read more
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CaptivaSanibel.com
Island Hopper Songwriter Fest returns to CaptivaMore than 70 songwriters will grace Captiva, Fort Myers Beach and Downtown Fort
Island Hopper Songwriter Fest returns to Captiva
CaptivaSanibel.com / Posted 12 days ago
More than 70 songwriters will grace Captiva, Fort Myers Beach and Downtown Fort Myers for 10 days sharing their passion of music with residents and visitors during the third annual Island Hopper Songwriter Fest. "Our goal for this festival is to... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
Avocet Hospitality Group Acquires The Read House Hotelof The Read House in downtown Chattanooga. The seller, Read House Investors, LP
Avocet Hospitality Group Acquires The Read House Hotel
The Chattanoogan / Posted 26 days ago
of The Read House in downtown Chattanooga. The seller, Read House Investors, LP, has owned the property since 1994 and entered a sale agreement with AHG in May. Hodges Ward Elliott represented and advised the seller in the transaction. The... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Bed tax grant for faith-based event revivedRights requires from governments is neutrality” regarding religion, said Gary D
Bed tax grant for faith-based event revived
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 26 days ago
Rights requires from governments is neutrality” regarding religion, said Gary Daniels, a Youngstown native, chief lobbyist and spokesman for the ACLU of Ohio. “Government can’t inhibit religion, and government can’t advance religion,” Daniels said... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Spending by tourists in 2015 sets record high in city and statethan any other attraction in Chattanooga 5. Knox (Knoxville) $1.014 billion.
Spending by tourists in 2015 sets record high in city and state
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 26 days ago
than any other attraction in Chattanooga 5. Knox (Knoxville) $1.014 billion. Lured by scenic attractions, sporting events and business conventions, visitors to Hamilton County pumped more than $1 billion into Chattanooga's economy last year for... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
'I'm ok with it,Rights requires from governments is neutrality” regarding religion, said Gary D
'I'm ok with it,
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 26 days ago
Rights requires from governments is neutrality” regarding religion, said Gary Daniels, a Youngstown native, chief lobbyist and spokesman for the ACLU of Ohio. “Government can’t inhibit religion, and government can’t advance religion,” Daniels said... Read more
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The News & Observer
Cities subsidize the National Rifle Association. Is that a good idea?After the shooting deaths of five Dallas police officers in June, Mayor Mike Ra
Cities subsidize the National Rifle Association. Is that a good idea?
The News & Observer / Posted 30 days ago
After the shooting deaths of five Dallas police officers in June, Mayor Mike Rawlings and his police chief criticized the state’s open-carry law, which was recently expanded to allow people to visibly carry handguns in a hip or shoulder... Read more
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Hospitality Net
Home2 Suites by Hilton Opens Newest Property in FranklinAward-Winning Hotel Concept Brings 105 Suites to the Business and Shopping Dist
Home2 Suites by Hilton Opens Newest Property in Franklin
Hospitality Net / Posted a month ago
Award-Winning Hotel Concept Brings 105 Suites to the Business and Shopping District of Franklin Cool Springs FRANKLIN, Tenn. and MCLEAN, Va. -- Home2 Suites by Hilton, part of Hilton... Read more
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