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Times News
Historians: Rare photo found in Gettysburg depicts Lincoln assassin in TamaquaPa.” by Donald R. Serfass. The book includes a chapter that tells of Booth’s vi
Historians: Rare photo found in Gettysburg depicts Lincoln assassin in Tamaqua
Times News / Posted 2 hours ago
Pa.” by Donald R. Serfass. The book includes a chapter that tells of Booth’s visits to the town, based on published newspaper reports dating back to the 1800s. It was during one of those visits when Booth reportedly told Tamaqua barber... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Doing business abroad in a volatile worldthe political and security-risk environment in a country or region involves loo
Doing business abroad in a volatile world
The Globe and Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
the political and security-risk environment in a country or region involves looking beyond what’s currently in the newspaper,” Mr. Chmiel told The Globe and Mail. “The companies that adapt best to doing business globally are more often the... Read more
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Quartz
Why is a suit only a “pantsuit” when a woman wears one?suit, leading to an understandable dislike. But that dislike is telling. It ref
Why is a suit only a “pantsuit” when a woman wears one?
Quartz / Posted 2 hours ago
suit, leading to an understandable dislike. But that dislike is telling. It reflects the ongoing shift in a woman’s role in society. The term pantsuit dates back to at least the 1860s, when it didn’t refer to women’s clothing at all. According a... Read more
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Pilipino Star
Amazing ladywas marketing officer at El Nido Resort. Business ( Article MRec ), pagematch:
Amazing lady
Pilipino Star / Posted 2 hours ago
was marketing officer at El Nido Resort. Business ( Article MRec ), pagematch: 1, sectionmatch: 1 An entire page of this newspaper would not be enough to accommodate all that she has done so let me go through some of the things I picked up during... Read more
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The Irish Times
With insecure jobs and low pay, it’s tough to display ambitionI recalled these words when I read a scary article by Peter McGuire in this new
With insecure jobs and low pay, it’s tough to display ambition
The Irish Times / Posted 7 hours ago
I recalled these words when I read a scary article by Peter McGuire in this newspaper headlined “Downwardly mobile: the plunge in standards of living” (July 25th, 2016). Today’s young men and women find themselves in a scenario in which insecure... Read more
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Times News
A PICTURE-PERFECT DISCOVERY HISTORIANS REACTPa.” by Donald R. Serfass. The book includes a chapter that tells of Booth’s vi
A PICTURE-PERFECT DISCOVERY HISTORIANS REACT
Times News / Posted 7 hours ago
Pa.” by Donald R. Serfass. The book includes a chapter that tells of Booth’s visits to the town, based on published newspaper reports dating back to the 1800s. It was during one of those visits when Booth reportedly told Tamaqua barber... Read more
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The Irish Times
Judging the childless: ‘When I say I've no kids, people look at me sadly’tragedy of the underused womb. In the same month closer to home, new British p
Judging the childless: ‘When I say I've no kids, people look at me sadly’
The Irish Times / Posted 8 hours ago
tragedy of the underused womb. In the same month closer to home, new British prime minister Theresa May was prompted by a newspaper to enlighten readers on why a baby for her “hadn’t happened”. Dubliner Eileen Reilly, who is single, child-free... Read more
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NBC News
Priest's Slaying: How Should Known Jihadis Be Tracked?the possibility to check on this guy. If he was released without any treatment
Priest's Slaying: How Should Known Jihadis Be Tracked?
NBC News / Posted 10 hours ago
the possibility to check on this guy. If he was released without any treatment or any evaluation of his dangerousness to society, there was a failure — period," center-right French senator Nathalie Goulet told the BBC. She added: "You cannot... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Britain banishes plastic bags as 5p 'tax' sees usage plummet by 6 billionincluded reports of nearly £27m worth of plastic bags being stolen by people wh
Britain banishes plastic bags as 5p 'tax' sees usage plummet by 6 billion
Daily Telegraph / Posted 13 hours ago
included reports of nearly £27m worth of plastic bags being stolen by people who refused to pay for them, and as this newspaper reported, supermarkets including Sainsbury's using a loophole in the rules to cut costs and give less to charity... Read more
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The Age
Of cowboys, cod liver oil and crime cures – how to tame our streetsThere are two types of newspaper stories; cod liver oil ones and dinner party y
Of cowboys, cod liver oil and crime cures – how to tame our streets
The Age / Posted 15 hours ago
There are two types of newspaper stories; cod liver oil ones and dinner party yarns. The former are boring, unappetising articles deemed good for you; the latter prove interesting enough to dominate conversations at social events. For example,... Read more
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Daily Mail
Fox News reporter who made joke about Michael Brown's mother is firedhad appeared on stage at the DNC as part of the 'Mothers of the Movement'. Fou
Fox News reporter who made joke about Michael Brown's mother is fired
Daily Mail / Posted 16 hours ago
had appeared on stage at the DNC as part of the 'Mothers of the Movement'. Four days later, the Ethical Society of Police, an organization that represents minority police officers, released a statement calling for Hughes' apology... Read more
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CBS News
Journalist reportedly fired for post on Michael Brown's momCBS News could not independently verify the contents of the post, which has bee
Journalist reportedly fired for post on Michael Brown's mom
CBS News / Posted 16 hours ago
CBS News could not independently verify the contents of the post, which has been removed from Facebook. The Ethical Society of Police, which represents black officers in the St. Louis Police Department, first drew local reporters' attention... Read more
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The Economic Times
SMEs form backbone of emerging economies: Indian envoy to Egyptaudience. I will invite the young people of Egypt to come in large numbers from
SMEs form backbone of emerging economies: Indian envoy to Egypt
The Economic Times / Posted 16 hours ago
audience. I will invite the young people of Egypt to come in large numbers from universities, think tanks, media, civil society to take part in the roundtable," the Ambassador said. Ashish Khanna, Indian Energy Team Leader in World Bank's South... Read more
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TribLIVE
1.7 million-year-old cancer challenges common theoryto any known remedies. Things go wrong inside our bodies, the study says, that
1.7 million-year-old cancer challenges common theory
TribLIVE / Posted 17 hours ago
to any known remedies. Things go wrong inside our bodies, the study says, that are unrelated to stresses brought on by society, like pollution and smoking. Even millions of years ago, they sometimes resulted in tumors or growths that may or may... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
He finds forgotten treasures in ‘trash’for the poor, opened schools… I think that is very important, otherwise it’s ju
He finds forgotten treasures in ‘trash’
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 17 hours ago
for the poor, opened schools… I think that is very important, otherwise it’s just another object,” he says. CLUES IN OLD NEWSPAPERS AND BOTTLES Mr Liew’s fear is that these once-sacred artefacts, if left scattered haphazardly with no proper... Read more
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Bluffton Today
Hot controversy: Charleston to review carriage horse rulespulled off the street twice this summer because it got too hot. Joe Elmore, ex
Hot controversy: Charleston to review carriage horse rules
Bluffton Today / Posted 19 hours ago
pulled off the street twice this summer because it got too hot. Joe Elmore, executive director of the Charleston Animal Society, said his group has been pushing for years for tighter rules on the carriage industry. The group ran a full-page ad... Read more
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TribLIVE
Butler Brush-Up project, Walldogs showing the community’s history12 feet to 34 feet by 17 feet. Artists chose from a list of subjects and photo
Butler Brush-Up project, Walldogs showing the community’s history
TribLIVE / Posted 19 hours ago
12 feet to 34 feet by 17 feet. Artists chose from a list of subjects and photos provided by the Butler County Historical Society to create their designs. Depending on the weather, painters start as early as 6:30 a.m. and often continue until 1 or... Read more
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TribLIVE
Dormont resident authors book in Civil War series“I think in the end, they really like to go back to the stories.” The Civil Wa
Dormont resident authors book in Civil War series
TribLIVE / Posted 19 hours ago
“I think in the end, they really like to go back to the stories.” The Civil War, he says, “was the great failure of our society. We wouldn't compromise. Time and again, we couldn't compromise.” White, a former licensed battlefield guide at... Read more
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WA Today
How the Northern Territory became Australia's shameDostoevsky, famously wrote in his novel on Siberian prison camps The House of t
How the Northern Territory became Australia's shame
WA Today / Posted 19 hours ago
Dostoevsky, famously wrote in his novel on Siberian prison camps The House of the Dead, "The degree of civilisation in a society can be judged by entering its prisons." "I think around Australia a lot of people were weeping for these kids":... Read more
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Wired News
While You Were Offline: Droppin’ Balloons and Sick Burns All Over the Placequite agree. Where It Blew Up: Twitter What Really Happened: For those who on
While You Were Offline: Droppin’ Balloons and Sick Burns All Over the Place
Wired News / Posted 19 hours ago
quite agree. Where It Blew Up: Twitter What Really Happened: For those who only know Scott Adams as the creator of the newspaper strip Dilbert, it may come as a surprise to discover that he is in reality the kind of guy who wonders aloud... Read more
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Savannah Morning News
Hot controversy: Charleston to review carriage horse rulespulled off the street twice this summer because it got too hot. Joe Elmore, ex
Hot controversy: Charleston to review carriage horse rules
Savannah Morning News / Posted 22 hours ago
pulled off the street twice this summer because it got too hot. Joe Elmore, executive director of the Charleston Animal Society, said his group has been pushing for years for tighter rules on the carriage industry. The group ran a full-page ad... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Justice Rosalie Abella: Doing justice to her father’s dreampiano) on early television’s The Ken Soble Amateur Hour. While at Bathurst Heig
Justice Rosalie Abella: Doing justice to her father’s dream
The Globe and Mail / Posted 22 hours ago
piano) on early television’s The Ken Soble Amateur Hour. While at Bathurst Heights Secondary School, she made a local newspaper after scoring 11 first-class honours (she’d taken two extra courses on top of the nine required). She has lived... Read more
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The San Angelo Standard-Times
Hot controversy: Charleston to review carriage horse rulespulled off the street twice this summer because it got too hot. Joe Elmore, ex
Hot controversy: Charleston to review carriage horse rules
The San Angelo Standard-Times / Posted 23 hours ago
pulled off the street twice this summer because it got too hot. Joe Elmore, executive director of the Charleston Animal Society, said his group has been pushing for years for tighter rules on the carriage industry. The group ran a full-page ad... Read more
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Ipswich Star
Police called to escaped bull in road near Bury St EdmundsA man who told a building society cashier to hand over money while pointing wha
Police called to escaped bull in road near Bury St Edmunds
Ipswich Star / Posted 23 hours ago
A man who told a building society cashier to hand over money while pointing what turned out to be a rolled newspaper under his coat at her has been given a suspended prison sentence for what was described as “a joke that hideously backfire... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Serene, green Kew a respite from London hubbubsuch a prestigious exhibition. The Chelsea Flower Show is an annual charity ev
Serene, green Kew a respite from London hubbub
Calgary Sun / Posted yesterday
such a prestigious exhibition. The Chelsea Flower Show is an annual charity event put on by England's Royal Horticultural Society. The five-day show is one of London's hottest tickets. For plant lovers, it's right up there with the Oscars, Paris... Read more
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EuroNews
France admits justice system failed over church attackertwo attempts to reach Syria. French Prime Minister Manuel Valls has admitted t
France admits justice system failed over church attacker
EuroNews / Posted yesterday
two attempts to reach Syria. French Prime Minister Manuel Valls has admitted the French justice system failed. He told newspaper Le Monde: “Adel Kermiche’s house arrest with electronic monitoring, was initially ordered by a magistrate... Read more
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DW
French government considers banning foreign funding of mosques |in spite of the state of emergency that has been in place since the November 13
French government considers banning foreign funding of mosques |
DW / Posted yesterday
in spite of the state of emergency that has been in place since the November 13 massacre in Paris last year. Speaking with newspaper "Le Monde", Valls said it was time for a "new model" for relations with Islam and that he was open to the idea of... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
How the Northern Territory became Australia's shameDostoevsky, famously wrote in his novel on Siberian prison camps The House of t
How the Northern Territory became Australia's shame
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
Dostoevsky, famously wrote in his novel on Siberian prison camps The House of the Dead, "The degree of civilisation in a society can be judged by entering its prisons." Dostoevsky was writing around 1862, but the novel also presciently captures... Read more
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The Young Witness
How the Northern Territory became Australia's shameDostoevsky, famously wrote in his novel on Siberian prison camps The House of t
How the Northern Territory became Australia's shame
The Young Witness / Posted yesterday
Dostoevsky, famously wrote in his novel on Siberian prison camps The House of the Dead, "The degree of civilisation in a society can be judged by entering its prisons." Dostoevsky was writing around 1862, but the novel also presciently captures... Read more
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The Kitsap Sun
Hot controversy: Charleston to review carriage horse rulespulled off the street twice this summer because it got too hot. Joe Elmore, ex
Hot controversy: Charleston to review carriage horse rules
The Kitsap Sun / Posted yesterday
pulled off the street twice this summer because it got too hot. Joe Elmore, executive director of the Charleston Animal Society, said his group has been pushing for years for tighter rules on the carriage industry. The group ran a full-page ad... Read more
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Western Advocate
How the Northern Territory became Australia's shameDostoevsky, famously wrote in his novel on Siberian prison camps The House of t
How the Northern Territory became Australia's shame
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
Dostoevsky, famously wrote in his novel on Siberian prison camps The House of the Dead, "The degree of civilisation in a society can be judged by entering its prisons." Dostoevsky was writing around 1862, but the novel also presciently captures... Read more
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Kiama Independent
How the Northern Territory became Australia's shameDostoevsky, famously wrote in his novel on Siberian prison camps The House of t
How the Northern Territory became Australia's shame
Kiama Independent / Posted yesterday
Dostoevsky, famously wrote in his novel on Siberian prison camps The House of the Dead, "The degree of civilisation in a society can be judged by entering its prisons." Dostoevsky was writing around 1862, but the novel also presciently captures... Read more
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Manning River Times
How the Northern Territory became Australia's shameDostoevsky, famously wrote in his novel on Siberian prison camps The House of t
How the Northern Territory became Australia's shame
Manning River Times / Posted yesterday
Dostoevsky, famously wrote in his novel on Siberian prison camps The House of the Dead, "The degree of civilisation in a society can be judged by entering its prisons." Dostoevsky was writing around 1862, but the novel also presciently captures... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
How the Northern Territory became Australia's shameDostoevsky, famously wrote in his novel on Siberian prison camps The House of t
How the Northern Territory became Australia's shame
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted yesterday
Dostoevsky, famously wrote in his novel on Siberian prison camps The House of the Dead, "The degree of civilisation in a society can be judged by entering its prisons." Dostoevsky was writing around 1862, but the novel also presciently captures... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
Hot controversy: Charleston to review carriage horse rulespulled off the street twice this summer because it got too hot. Joe Elmore, ex
Hot controversy: Charleston to review carriage horse rules
The Record Searchlight / Posted yesterday
pulled off the street twice this summer because it got too hot. Joe Elmore, executive director of the Charleston Animal Society, said his group has been pushing for years for tighter rules on the carriage industry. The group ran a full-page ad... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
‘Mrs. Satan’ or Joan of Arc: The story of Victoria WoodhullWoodhull may well have been a prostitute at one point in her astonishing life.
‘Mrs. Satan’ or Joan of Arc: The story of Victoria Woodhull
The Globe and Mail / Posted yesterday
Woodhull may well have been a prostitute at one point in her astonishing life. Certainly she was a blackmailer, a newspaper publisher, a leading figure in the fight for women’s suffrage, one of the country’s most prominent spiritualists,... Read more
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Newsmax
Stephen Hawking: Attitudes on Wealth, Money Threaten Humanitywealth and money and that it was time for an "honest" debate about "the role th
Stephen Hawking: Attitudes on Wealth, Money Threaten Humanity
Newsmax / Posted yesterday
wealth and money and that it was time for an "honest" debate about "the role that wealth does and doesn't play in our society," Hawking wrote the U.K. Guardian newspaper. Hawking said he was "sad” about the Brexit result. “But if I've learned... Read more
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The North West Star
How the Northern Territory became Australia's shameDostoevsky, famously wrote in his novel on Siberian prison camps The House of t
How the Northern Territory became Australia's shame
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
Dostoevsky, famously wrote in his novel on Siberian prison camps The House of the Dead, "The degree of civilisation in a society can be judged by entering its prisons." Dostoevsky was writing around 1862, but the novel also presciently captures... Read more
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Daily Liberal
How the Northern Territory became Australia's shameDostoevsky, famously wrote in his novel on Siberian prison camps The House of t
How the Northern Territory became Australia's shame
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
Dostoevsky, famously wrote in his novel on Siberian prison camps The House of the Dead, "The degree of civilisation in a society can be judged by entering its prisons." Dostoevsky was writing around 1862, but the novel also presciently captures... Read more
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The Border Mail
How the Northern Territory became Australia's shameDostoevsky, famously wrote in his novel on Siberian prison camps The House of t
How the Northern Territory became Australia's shame
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
Dostoevsky, famously wrote in his novel on Siberian prison camps The House of the Dead, "The degree of civilisation in a society can be judged by entering its prisons." Dostoevsky was writing around 1862, but the novel also presciently captures... Read more
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Bay News 9 Tampa Bay
Hot controversy: Charleston to review carriage horse rulespulled off the street twice this summer because it got too hot. Joe Elmore, ex
Hot controversy: Charleston to review carriage horse rules
Bay News 9 Tampa Bay / Posted yesterday
pulled off the street twice this summer because it got too hot. Joe Elmore, executive director of the Charleston Animal Society, said his group has been pushing for years for tighter rules on the carriage industry. The group ran a full-page ad... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
How the Northern Territory became Australia's shameDostoevsky, famously wrote in his novel on Siberian prison camps The House of t
How the Northern Territory became Australia's shame
Illawarra Mercury / Posted yesterday
Dostoevsky, famously wrote in his novel on Siberian prison camps The House of the Dead, "The degree of civilisation in a society can be judged by entering its prisons." Dostoevsky was writing around 1862, but the novel also presciently captures... Read more
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The Courier
How the Northern Territory became Australia's shameDostoevsky, famously wrote in his novel on Siberian prison camps The House of t
How the Northern Territory became Australia's shame
The Courier / Posted yesterday
Dostoevsky, famously wrote in his novel on Siberian prison camps The House of the Dead, "The degree of civilisation in a society can be judged by entering its prisons." Dostoevsky was writing around 1862, but the novel also presciently captures... Read more
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KTRE Lufkin and Nacogdoches
Hot controversy: Charleston to review carriage horse rulespulled off the street twice this summer because it got too hot. Joe Elmore, ex
Hot controversy: Charleston to review carriage horse rules
KTRE Lufkin and Nacogdoches / Posted yesterday
pulled off the street twice this summer because it got too hot. Joe Elmore, executive director of the Charleston Animal Society, said his group has been pushing for years for tighter rules on the carriage industry. The group ran a full-page ad... Read more
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KSWO Lawton-Wichita Falls
Hot controversy: Charleston to review carriage horse rulespulled off the street twice this summer because it got too hot. Joe Elmore, ex
Hot controversy: Charleston to review carriage horse rules
KSWO Lawton-Wichita Falls / Posted yesterday
pulled off the street twice this summer because it got too hot. Joe Elmore, executive director of the Charleston Animal Society, said his group has been pushing for years for tighter rules on the carriage industry. The group ran a full-page ad... Read more
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Salon.com
Hot controversy: Charleston to review carriage horse rulestwice this summer because it got too hot. You Might Also Like Joe Elmore, exe
Hot controversy: Charleston to review carriage horse rules
Salon.com / Posted yesterday
twice this summer because it got too hot. You Might Also Like Joe Elmore, executive director of the Charleston Animal Society, said his group has been pushing for years for tighter rules on the carriage industry. The group ran a full-page ad... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Hot controversy: Charleston to review carriage horse rulespulled off the street twice this summer because it got too hot. Joe Elmore, ex
Hot controversy: Charleston to review carriage horse rules
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted yesterday
pulled off the street twice this summer because it got too hot. Joe Elmore, executive director of the Charleston Animal Society, said his group has been pushing for years for tighter rules on the carriage industry. The group ran a full-page ad... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
Hot controversy: Charleston to review carriage horse rulespulled off the street twice this summer because it got too hot. Joe Elmore, ex
Hot controversy: Charleston to review carriage horse rules
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted yesterday
pulled off the street twice this summer because it got too hot. Joe Elmore, executive director of the Charleston Animal Society, said his group has been pushing for years for tighter rules on the carriage industry. The group ran a full-page ad... Read more
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The Hendersonville Times-News
Hot controversy: Charleston to review carriage horse rulespulled off the street twice this summer because it got too hot. Joe Elmore, ex
Hot controversy: Charleston to review carriage horse rules
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted yesterday
pulled off the street twice this summer because it got too hot. Joe Elmore, executive director of the Charleston Animal Society, said his group has been pushing for years for tighter rules on the carriage industry. The group ran a full-page ad... Read more
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9&10 News Cadillac
Hot controversy: Charleston to review carriage horse rulespulled off the street twice this summer because it got too hot. Joe Elmore, ex
Hot controversy: Charleston to review carriage horse rules
9&10 News Cadillac / Posted yesterday
pulled off the street twice this summer because it got too hot. Joe Elmore, executive director of the Charleston Animal Society, said his group has been pushing for years for tighter rules on the carriage industry. The group ran a full-page ad... Read more
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