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Harold W. Seyfert 1921
NORTH NEWTON — Harold W. Seyfert, 93, died Nov. 20, at Kidron Bethel Healthcare Center, North Newton. Harold was born May 12, 1921, in rural Barton County. He was the son of Fred and Carrie Arensman...
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A fierce, lifelong Redskins fan takes a stand aga...
Ian Washburn, a third-generation Redskins fan and season-ticket holder, wears his altered football gear. He replaced the Redskins name with “Washington” or "DC.” He is seen before the Redskins lost to...
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Tampa Bay Buccaneers
‘US legitimacy waning over 9/11 hoax’
A retired US Army general says America should hold public hearings to investigate 9/11 and the wars it triggered. Gen. Daniel P. Bolger, a leader of the US campaigns in Iraq and Afghanistan, made the...
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The real JFK mystery, 50 years later: Why the inf...
Every year, without fail, the president dies all over again. For a few days every autumn, the entire media is overwhelmed by those haunting photos from Dallas. Those cruelly happy and innocent...
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USS Jefferson City to dock at new home in Pearl H...
The USS Jefferson City submarine is scheduled to be at its new home base of
sometime early next week. This is after the ship had equipment problems during its last deployment. “The ship...
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Legion pays tribute to WWII veteran
Born and raised in Perronville, 94-year-old Wieciech was a 1940 graduate of Harris High School, which is Bark River-Harris today. Only a year after graduation, in mid-1941, Wieciech was drafted into...
Read more at The Escanaba Daily Press
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Military Sergeant Breaks Down After Wife Surprise...
A standout college football player at Arizona State, Tillman was drafted into the NFL in 1998. After spending four seasons with the Arizona Cardinals, Tillman walked away from the NFL to enlist in the...
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It’s about time: USC-UCLA rivalry game has meanin...
USC Song girls cheer for the team after the win. USC defeated Fresno State 52-13 at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. Los Angeles, CA. 8/30/2014(Photo by John McCoy Daily News Saturday would be the...
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Los Angeles Daily News
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Going hog wild
Dear Smiley: To continue suggestions of running with the bulls, reindeer, or nutria, here’s another suggestion — feral pigs. We have an abundance in the Felicianas we would love to share. My...
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Holy Cross 150 years strong -
EMMA — Through several wars and the highs and lows of life, Holy Cross Lutheran Church has survived in the small community of Emma, a German immigrant town, for 150 years. What once began as a German...
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Breaking the code on a Chicago mystery from WWII
From June 4 to 7, 1942, the U.S. Navy ambushed and then devastated a Japanese strike force near Midway Island. Tokyo's plan to occupy the Hawaiian Islands had relied on seizing that tiny atoll halfway...
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Locals to be present at USS Washington's keel-lay...
NEWPORT NEWS, Va. — Larry Salter, president of the local Navy League council, will be present Saturday at USS Washington’s keel-laying ceremony as a prelude to the group leading the Virginia-class...
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The Kitsap Sun
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Huntington Ingalls Industries
Twins turning 90 on Monday
At each other’s side, the two have made everlasting memories, and it’s amazing to think of all their life accomplishments made throughout the past nine decades. The twins were born in 1924 on their...
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Angus King touts Maine University System’s role i...
PORTLAND, Maine — Warning that the “next
” will be a cyber attack against the nation’s infrastructure, U.S. Sen. Angus King, I-Maine, on Friday announced that the University of Maine...
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U.S. National Security Agency
Matt Damon, Ben Affleck, Jennifer Garner to celeb...
ADVERTISEMENT The actor and actress, both 42, detailed their plans in an interview with Us Weekly at the Save the Children Illumination Gala on Wednesday. Affleck and Damon are well known for their...
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Journey to the center of the global English debat...
If you read the Guardian’s recent story about the opening in New York of the tallest building in the western hemisphere, did you notice the headline? The newspaper version was “Manhattan transfer:...
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Harvard killed the dinosaurs
I have a confession: My mother went to Harvard. I don’t really like to talk about it. She was young, and everyone makes mistakes. Well, technically she went to Radcliffe, because Harvard held onto...
Read more at Yale Daily News
Places to go
Looking for something fun to do this weekend? Here is what’s happening around the county. Where will we see you? Arc store’s Black Friday sale AVON PARK — Arc Resale Store will host its annual early...
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Throwing Down The Gauntlet On Immigration
Perhaps President Barack Obama has finally grown some you know what. Or maybe it's the fact that he does not have to face the voters ever again that has lent a kind of "devil-may-care" sense of...
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86-old veteran finally gets high school diploma
JUST A MAGICAL MOMENT IN MILFORD THAT WAS LONG OVERDUE. A WAR VETERAN GETS HIS HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA ABOUT SEVEN DECADES AFTER THE REST OF HIS GRADUATING CLASS. WLWT NEWS 5'S ALISON MONTOYA WAS THERE....
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