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CTV News
Clinton campaign seeks to make most of Kaine's Spanishsaid Jimmy C. Patino Jr., a University of Minnesota Chicano Studies professor.
Clinton campaign seeks to make most of Kaine's Spanish
CTV News / Posted 5 hours ago
said Jimmy C. Patino Jr., a University of Minnesota Chicano Studies professor. Dennis Montoya, a Democratic activist in Rio Rancho, New Mexico, said: "I think that if the candidate speaks Spanish, it's better than if they don't speak Spanish.... Read more
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CBS Dallas - Fort Worth
Clinton Campaign Seeks To Make Most Of Kaine's Spanishsaid Jimmy C. Patino Jr., a University of Minnesota Chicano Studies professor.
Clinton Campaign Seeks To Make Most Of Kaine's Spanish
CBS Dallas - Fort Worth / Posted 9 hours ago
said Jimmy C. Patino Jr., a University of Minnesota Chicano Studies professor. Dennis Montoya, a Democratic activist in Rio Rancho, New Mexico, said: “I think that if the candidate speaks Spanish, it’s better than if they don’t speak Spanish.... Read more
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ABC 7 Gulfshore News
Clinton campaign seeks to make most of Kaine's Spanishsaid Jimmy C. Patino Jr., a University of Minnesota Chicano Studies professor.
Clinton campaign seeks to make most of Kaine's Spanish
ABC 7 Gulfshore News / Posted 10 hours ago
said Jimmy C. Patino Jr., a University of Minnesota Chicano Studies professor. Dennis Montoya, a Democratic activist in Rio Rancho, New Mexico, said: "I think that if the candidate speaks Spanish, it's better than if they don't speak Spanish.... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
Clinton campaign seeks to make most of Kaine's Spanishsaid Jimmy C. Patino Jr., a University of Minnesota Chicano Studies professor.
Clinton campaign seeks to make most of Kaine's Spanish
The Record Searchlight / Posted 10 hours ago
said Jimmy C. Patino Jr., a University of Minnesota Chicano Studies professor. Dennis Montoya, a Democratic activist in Rio Rancho, New Mexico, said: "I think that if the candidate speaks Spanish, it's better than if they don't speak Spanish.... Read more
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KX TV North Dakota
Clinton campaign seeks to make most of Kaine's Spanishsaid Jimmy C. Patino Jr., a University of Minnesota Chicano Studies professor.
Clinton campaign seeks to make most of Kaine's Spanish
KX TV North Dakota / Posted 10 hours ago
said Jimmy C. Patino Jr., a University of Minnesota Chicano Studies professor. Dennis Montoya, a Democratic activist in Rio Rancho, New Mexico, said: "I think that if the candidate speaks Spanish, it's better than if they don't speak Spanish.... Read more
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NBC 2 Fort Myers
Clinton campaign seeks to make most of Kaine's Spanishsaid Jimmy C. Patino Jr., a University of Minnesota Chicano Studies professor.
Clinton campaign seeks to make most of Kaine's Spanish
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted 11 hours ago
said Jimmy C. Patino Jr., a University of Minnesota Chicano Studies professor. Dennis Montoya, a Democratic activist in Rio Rancho, New Mexico, said: "I think that if the candidate speaks Spanish, it's better than if they don't speak Spanish.... Read more
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KOAT7abc Albuquerque
'Play at the Pump' coming to dozens of Albuquerque gas stationsexisting point-of-sale systems paired with a software program. The Latitudes g
'Play at the Pump' coming to dozens of Albuquerque gas stations
KOAT7abc Albuquerque / Posted 17 hours ago
existing point-of-sale systems paired with a software program. The Latitudes gas station and convenience store on Coors in Rio Rancho was the first to launch Play at the Pump. General manager Austin Brown said they recently upgraded their pump pay... Read more
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KOAT7abc Albuquerque
Rio Rancho Police host 'Pokemon Go' eventENTIRE ROAD. NEWS. TODD: POKEMON GO PHENOMENON IS CRAZY. TODAY RIO RANCHO POLIC
Rio Rancho Police host 'Pokemon Go' event
KOAT7abc Albuquerque / Posted 4 days ago
ENTIRE ROAD. NEWS. TODD: POKEMON GO PHENOMENON IS CRAZY. TODAY RIO RANCHO POLICE WANT TO CAPTURE SOME POKEMON WITH YOU, WHILE TEACHING YOU HOW TO STAY SAFE. ACTION 7 NEWS REPORTER SASHA LENNINGER IS LIVE IN OLD TOWN THIS MORNING TO EXPLAIN. GOOD... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Tales of a lesser-known Route 66Hall, 84, travelled down Route 66 and other US highways with her late husband,
Tales of a lesser-known Route 66
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 4 days ago
Hall, 84, travelled down Route 66 and other US highways with her late husband, Fred, during the 1950s. The Rio Rancho woman and her husband rarely went on road trips without the Green Book. "Restaurants? Our restaurant was our car... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
Deming family mourns loss of brothers who drowned at Percha Dam State Parkshock. He was on the phone with his mother while the incident unfolded within 5
Deming family mourns loss of brothers who drowned at Percha Dam State Park
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted 6 days ago
shock. He was on the phone with his mother while the incident unfolded within 5 to 10 minutes. Porras says Gabino was from Rio Rancho and Cosme was from Deming. Cosme, he says, played defensive line on the Deming High School football team and was... Read more
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Wilson County News
Jayne Mansfield hot water bottlebackground, which is much different from the milk glass I have seen. Can you he
Jayne Mansfield hot water bottle
Wilson County News / Posted 7 days ago
background, which is much different from the milk glass I have seen. Can you help me identify this piece? -- Barbara, Rio Rancho, New Mexico A: Stemless Daisy, sometimes called Cosmos, is a pattern glass that was produced by Consolidated Lamp... Read more
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KOAT7abc Albuquerque
Rio Rancho leaders pay $3.7 million for new businessesTwo new companies in Rio Rancho are getting millions of tax dollars, but there'
Rio Rancho leaders pay $3.7 million for new businesses
KOAT7abc Albuquerque / Posted 7 days ago
Two new companies in Rio Rancho are getting millions of tax dollars, but there's a catch. The city of Rio Rancho just signed two different agreements with Safelite Auto and PCM. The two companies announced in the last six weeks they had plans to... Read more
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KCBD-TV Lubbock
Patient takes Dallas ambulance, crashes it into buildingas a homicide. Police in Roswell say they are investigating the death of a man
Patient takes Dallas ambulance, crashes it into building
KCBD-TV Lubbock / Posted 8 days ago
as a homicide. Police in Roswell say they are investigating the death of a man at his house as a homicide. Casino near Rio Rancho planning a $50M expansion projectCasino near Rio Rancho planning a $50M expansion project A casino near Rio... Read more
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KCBD-TV Lubbock
Officials: Texas motorcyclist fatally strikes childas a homicide. Police in Roswell say they are investigating the death of a man
Officials: Texas motorcyclist fatally strikes child
KCBD-TV Lubbock / Posted 8 days ago
as a homicide. Police in Roswell say they are investigating the death of a man at his house as a homicide. Casino near Rio Rancho planning a $50M expansion projectCasino near Rio Rancho planning a $50M expansion project A casino near Rio... Read more
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KCBD-TV Lubbock
Man charged in fatal stabbing in June in Rockportas a homicide. Police in Roswell say they are investigating the death of a man
Man charged in fatal stabbing in June in Rockport
KCBD-TV Lubbock / Posted 8 days ago
as a homicide. Police in Roswell say they are investigating the death of a man at his house as a homicide. Casino near Rio Rancho planning a $50M expansion projectCasino near Rio Rancho planning a $50M expansion project A casino near Rio... Read more
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The Fort Dodge Messenger
RUSSELL E. DILLEMUTHfamily. Russell is survived by his wife Stella; daughters, Vicki (Stephen) Dav
RUSSELL E. DILLEMUTH
The Fort Dodge Messenger / Posted 8 days ago
family. Russell is survived by his wife Stella; daughters, Vicki (Stephen) Davidson of Boone, IA, Nancy (Daryl) Bigelow of Rio Rancho, NM, and Anne (David) Fink of Middleton, WI; grandchildren, Dr. John Bigelow, Kathryn (Chris) Leighninger, Owen... Read more
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KFDA-TV Amarillo
Casino near Rio Rancho planning a $50M expansion projectALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - A casino near Rio Rancho is planning a $50 million exp
Casino near Rio Rancho planning a $50M expansion project
KFDA-TV Amarillo / Posted 8 days ago
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - A casino near Rio Rancho is planning a $50 million expansion project that will include the property's first attached hotel. The project will take about two years to complete and Santa Ana Star Casino officials estimate it... Read more
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KOAT7abc Albuquerque
Rio Rancho man wants roadrunner as roadside attractionA Rio Rancho man wants a roadrunner to be designated as a roadside attraction i
Rio Rancho man wants roadrunner as roadside attraction
KOAT7abc Albuquerque / Posted 12 days ago
A Rio Rancho man wants a roadrunner to be designated as a roadside attraction in his city. John Duke describes himself as a self-proclaimed “ideas man,” so when he saw a giant replica of Noah’s Ark in Tennessee, the wheels in his head started... Read more
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Philboxing
The Past Week in Action 12 July 2016past the eighth round for the first time. Five of his eight victims had never w
The Past Week in Action 12 July 2016
Philboxing / Posted 14 days ago
past the eighth round for the first time. Five of his eight victims had never won a fight so a very low level title match. Rio Rancho, NM, USA: Super Light: Fidel Maldonado (22-3-1) W TKO 3 Geraldo Cuevas (17-18-1). Maldonado gets predictable early... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
Police shootings of black men stir fears, anger among blacksthat minorities still have reason to fear police. Greg Davis, a financial advi
Police shootings of black men stir fears, anger among blacks
News 24 South Africa / Posted 18 days ago
that minorities still have reason to fear police. Greg Davis, a financial adviser and father of two who lives in Rio Rancho, New Mexico, said that as a dad he couldn't help but be affected by the shootings. "This is motivating me to do... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
Remembering those who fought racism on historic Route 66Hall, 84, traveled down Route 66 and other U.S. highways with her late husband,
Remembering those who fought racism on historic Route 66
Detroit Free Press / Posted 18 days ago
Hall, 84, traveled down Route 66 and other U.S. highways with her late husband, Fred, during the 1950s. The Rio Rancho couple rarely went on road trips without the Green Book. “Sometimes you didn’t dare stop,” said Jewell Hall, 94,... Read more
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Marshall Independent
Police shootings of black men stir fears, anger among blacksthat minorities still have reason to fear police. Greg Davis, a financial advi
Police shootings of black men stir fears, anger among blacks
Marshall Independent / Posted 19 days ago
that minorities still have reason to fear police. Greg Davis, a financial adviser and father of two who lives in Rio Rancho, New Mexico, said that as a dad he couldn't help but be affected by the shootings. "This is motivating me to do... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
Police shootings of black men stir fears, anger among blacksthat minorities still have reason to fear police. Greg Davis, a financial advi
Police shootings of black men stir fears, anger among blacks
Manila Bulletin / Posted 19 days ago
that minorities still have reason to fear police. Greg Davis, a financial adviser and father of two who lives in Rio Rancho, New Mexico, said that as a dad he couldn’t help but be affected by the shootings. “This is motivating me to do... Read more
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Daily Herald
Police shootings of black men stir fears, anger among blacksthat minorities still have reason to fear police. Greg Davis, a financial advi
Police shootings of black men stir fears, anger among blacks
Daily Herald / Posted 19 days ago
that minorities still have reason to fear police. Greg Davis, a financial adviser and father of two who lives in Rio Rancho, New Mexico, said as a dad he couldn't help but be affected by the shootings. "This is motivating me to do all I... Read more
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Salon.com
Police shootings of black men stir fears, anger among blacksthat minorities still have reason to fear police. Greg Davis, a financial advi
Police shootings of black men stir fears, anger among blacks
Salon.com / Posted 19 days ago
that minorities still have reason to fear police. Greg Davis, a financial adviser and father of two who lives in Rio Rancho, New Mexico, said as a dad he couldn’t help but be affected by the shootings. “This is motivating me to do all I... Read more
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ABC News
Police Shootings of Black Men Stir Fears, Anger Among Blacksthat minorities still have reason to fear police. Greg Davis, a financial advi
Police Shootings of Black Men Stir Fears, Anger Among Blacks
ABC News / Posted 19 days ago
that minorities still have reason to fear police. Greg Davis, a financial adviser and father of two who lives in Rio Rancho, New Mexico, said as a dad he couldn't help but be affected by the shootings. "This is motivating me to do all I... Read more
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Savannah Morning News
Writer highlights Route 66 safe havens for black travelersHall, 84, traveled down Route 66 and other U.S. highways with late her husband,
Writer highlights Route 66 safe havens for black travelers
Savannah Morning News / Posted 20 days ago
Hall, 84, traveled down Route 66 and other U.S. highways with late her husband, Fred, during the 1950s. The Rio Rancho woman and her husband rarely went on road trips without the Green Book. "Restaurants? Our restaurant was our car... Read more
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The Signal
Writer highlights Route 66 safe havens for black travelersHall, 84, traveled down Route 66 and other U.S. highways with late her husband,
Writer highlights Route 66 safe havens for black travelers
The Signal / Posted 21 days ago
Hall, 84, traveled down Route 66 and other U.S. highways with late her husband, Fred, during the 1950s. The Rio Rancho woman and her husband rarely went on road trips without the Green Book. "Restaurants? Our restaurant was our car... Read more
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The Washington Times
Candacy Taylor, writer, highlights Route 66 safe havens for black travelersHall, 84, traveled down Route 66 and other U.S. highways with late her husband,
Candacy Taylor, writer, highlights Route 66 safe havens for black travelers
The Washington Times / Posted 21 days ago
Hall, 84, traveled down Route 66 and other U.S. highways with late her husband, Fred, during the 1950s. The Rio Rancho woman and her husband rarely went on road trips without the Green Book. “Restaurants? Our restaurant was our car... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Writer highlights Route 66 safe havens for black travelers and the guide they neededHall, 84, traveled down Route 66 and other U.S. highways with late her husband,
Writer highlights Route 66 safe havens for black travelers and the guide they needed
Chicago Tribune / Posted 21 days ago
Hall, 84, traveled down Route 66 and other U.S. highways with late her husband, Fred, during the 1950s. The Rio Rancho woman and her husband rarely went on road trips without the Green Book. "Restaurants? Our restaurant was our car... Read more
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Parkersburg News and Sentinel
Writer highlights Route 66 safe havens for black travelersHall, 84, traveled down Route 66 and other U.S. highways with late her husband,
Writer highlights Route 66 safe havens for black travelers
Parkersburg News and Sentinel / Posted 21 days ago
Hall, 84, traveled down Route 66 and other U.S. highways with late her husband, Fred, during the 1950s. The Rio Rancho woman and her husband rarely went on road trips without the Green Book. "Restaurants? Our restaurant was our car... Read more
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The Times Leader
Writer highlights Route 66 safe havens for black travelersHall, 84, traveled down Route 66 and other U.S. highways with late her husband,
Writer highlights Route 66 safe havens for black travelers
The Times Leader / Posted 21 days ago
Hall, 84, traveled down Route 66 and other U.S. highways with late her husband, Fred, during the 1950s. The Rio Rancho woman and her husband rarely went on road trips without the Green Book. "Restaurants? Our restaurant was our car... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Writer highlights Route 66 safe havens for black travelersHall, 84, traveled down Route 66 and other U.S. highways with late her husband,
Writer highlights Route 66 safe havens for black travelers
The Marietta Times / Posted 21 days ago
Hall, 84, traveled down Route 66 and other U.S. highways with late her husband, Fred, during the 1950s. The Rio Rancho woman and her husband rarely went on road trips without the Green Book. "Restaurants? Our restaurant was our car... Read more
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KXXV Waco
Writer highlights Route 66 safe havens for black travelersHall, 84, traveled down Route 66 and other U.S. highways with late her husband,
Writer highlights Route 66 safe havens for black travelers
KXXV Waco / Posted 21 days ago
Hall, 84, traveled down Route 66 and other U.S. highways with late her husband, Fred, during the 1950s. The Rio Rancho woman and her husband rarely went on road trips without the Green Book. "Restaurants? Our restaurant was our car... Read more
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FOX 8 New Orleans
Writer highlights Route 66 safe havens for black travelersHall, 84, traveled down Route 66 and other U.S. highways with late her husband,
Writer highlights Route 66 safe havens for black travelers
FOX 8 New Orleans / Posted 21 days ago
Hall, 84, traveled down Route 66 and other U.S. highways with late her husband, Fred, during the 1950s. The Rio Rancho woman and her husband rarely went on road trips without the Green Book. "Restaurants? Our restaurant was our car... Read more
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KPLC Lake Charles
Writer highlights Route 66 safe havens for black travelersHall, 84, traveled down Route 66 and other U.S. highways with late her husband,
Writer highlights Route 66 safe havens for black travelers
KPLC Lake Charles / Posted 21 days ago
Hall, 84, traveled down Route 66 and other U.S. highways with late her husband, Fred, during the 1950s. The Rio Rancho woman and her husband rarely went on road trips without the Green Book. "Restaurants? Our restaurant was our car... Read more
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KWWL Iowa
Writer highlights Route 66 safe havens for black travelersHall, 84, traveled down Route 66 and other U.S. highways with late her husband,
Writer highlights Route 66 safe havens for black travelers
KWWL Iowa / Posted 21 days ago
Hall, 84, traveled down Route 66 and other U.S. highways with late her husband, Fred, during the 1950s. The Rio Rancho woman and her husband rarely went on road trips without the Green Book. "Restaurants? Our restaurant was our car... Read more
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WCAX-TV Vermont
Writer highlights Route 66 safe havens for black travelersHall, 84, traveled down Route 66 and other U.S. highways with late her husband,
Writer highlights Route 66 safe havens for black travelers
WCAX-TV Vermont / Posted 21 days ago
Hall, 84, traveled down Route 66 and other U.S. highways with late her husband, Fred, during the 1950s. The Rio Rancho woman and her husband rarely went on road trips without the Green Book. "Restaurants? Our restaurant was our car... Read more
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WBOC Salisbury
Writer highlights Route 66 safe havens for black travelersHall, 84, traveled down Route 66 and other U.S. highways with late her husband,
Writer highlights Route 66 safe havens for black travelers
WBOC Salisbury / Posted 21 days ago
Hall, 84, traveled down Route 66 and other U.S. highways with late her husband, Fred, during the 1950s. The Rio Rancho woman and her husband rarely went on road trips without the Green Book. "Restaurants? Our restaurant was our car... Read more
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NBC 2 Fort Myers
Writer highlights Route 66 safe havens for black travelersHall, 84, traveled down Route 66 and other U.S. highways with late her husband,
Writer highlights Route 66 safe havens for black travelers
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted 21 days ago
Hall, 84, traveled down Route 66 and other U.S. highways with late her husband, Fred, during the 1950s. The Rio Rancho woman and her husband rarely went on road trips without the Green Book. "Restaurants? Our restaurant was our car... Read more
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ABC 6 Providence
Writer highlights Route 66 safe havens for black travelersHall, 84, traveled down Route 66 and other U.S. highways with late her husband,
Writer highlights Route 66 safe havens for black travelers
ABC 6 Providence / Posted 21 days ago
Hall, 84, traveled down Route 66 and other U.S. highways with late her husband, Fred, during the 1950s. The Rio Rancho woman and her husband rarely went on road trips without the Green Book. "Restaurants? Our restaurant was our car... Read more
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KHQ Spokane
Writer highlights Route 66 safe havens for black travelersHall, 84, traveled down Route 66 and other U.S. highways with late her husband,
Writer highlights Route 66 safe havens for black travelers
KHQ Spokane / Posted 21 days ago
Hall, 84, traveled down Route 66 and other U.S. highways with late her husband, Fred, during the 1950s. The Rio Rancho woman and her husband rarely went on road trips without the Green Book. "Restaurants? Our restaurant was our car... Read more
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WLOX-TV Biloxi
Writer highlights Route 66 safe havens for black travelersHall, 84, traveled down Route 66 and other U.S. highways with late her husband,
Writer highlights Route 66 safe havens for black travelers
WLOX-TV Biloxi / Posted 21 days ago
Hall, 84, traveled down Route 66 and other U.S. highways with late her husband, Fred, during the 1950s. The Rio Rancho woman and her husband rarely went on road trips without the Green Book. "Restaurants? Our restaurant was our car... Read more
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WFMJ Youngstown
Writer highlights Route 66 safe havens for black travelersHall, 84, traveled down Route 66 and other U.S. highways with late her husband,
Writer highlights Route 66 safe havens for black travelers
WFMJ Youngstown / Posted 21 days ago
Hall, 84, traveled down Route 66 and other U.S. highways with late her husband, Fred, during the 1950s. The Rio Rancho woman and her husband rarely went on road trips without the Green Book. "Restaurants? Our restaurant was our car... Read more
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KFDA-TV Amarillo
Writer highlights Route 66 safe havens for black travelersHall, 84, traveled down Route 66 and other U.S. highways with late her husband,
Writer highlights Route 66 safe havens for black travelers
KFDA-TV Amarillo / Posted 21 days ago
Hall, 84, traveled down Route 66 and other U.S. highways with late her husband, Fred, during the 1950s. The Rio Rancho woman and her husband rarely went on road trips without the Green Book. "Restaurants? Our restaurant was our car... Read more
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WAVE 3 Louisville
Writer highlights Route 66 safe havens for black travelersHall, 84, traveled down Route 66 and other U.S. highways with late her husband,
Writer highlights Route 66 safe havens for black travelers
WAVE 3 Louisville / Posted 21 days ago
Hall, 84, traveled down Route 66 and other U.S. highways with late her husband, Fred, during the 1950s. The Rio Rancho woman and her husband rarely went on road trips without the Green Book. "Restaurants? Our restaurant was our car... Read more
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WTHR Indianapolis
Writer highlights Route 66 safe havens for black travelersHall, 84, traveled down Route 66 and other U.S. highways with late her husband,
Writer highlights Route 66 safe havens for black travelers
WTHR Indianapolis / Posted 21 days ago
Hall, 84, traveled down Route 66 and other U.S. highways with late her husband, Fred, during the 1950s. The Rio Rancho woman and her husband rarely went on road trips without the Green Book. "Restaurants? Our restaurant was our car... Read more
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KCBD-TV Lubbock
Writer highlights Route 66 safe havens for black travelersHall, 84, traveled down Route 66 and other U.S. highways with late her husband,
Writer highlights Route 66 safe havens for black travelers
KCBD-TV Lubbock / Posted 21 days ago
Hall, 84, traveled down Route 66 and other U.S. highways with late her husband, Fred, during the 1950s. The Rio Rancho woman and her husband rarely went on road trips without the Green Book. "Restaurants? Our restaurant was our car... Read more
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Your Hometown Lima Stations
Writer highlights Route 66 safe havens for black travelersHall, 84, traveled down Route 66 and other U.S. highways with late her husband,
Writer highlights Route 66 safe havens for black travelers
Your Hometown Lima Stations / Posted 21 days ago
Hall, 84, traveled down Route 66 and other U.S. highways with late her husband, Fred, during the 1950s. The Rio Rancho woman and her husband rarely went on road trips without the Green Book. "Restaurants? Our restaurant was our car... Read more
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ABC Montana
Writer highlights Route 66 safe havens for black travelersHall, 84, traveled down Route 66 and other U.S. highways with late her husband,
Writer highlights Route 66 safe havens for black travelers
ABC Montana / Posted 21 days ago
Hall, 84, traveled down Route 66 and other U.S. highways with late her husband, Fred, during the 1950s. The Rio Rancho woman and her husband rarely went on road trips without the Green Book. "Restaurants? Our restaurant was our car... Read more
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