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Perth Now
The seats to watch in the federal electionOpposition Leader Bill Shorten, but later appeared to have kicked an own goal b
The seats to watch in the federal election
Perth Now / Posted yesterday
Opposition Leader Bill Shorten, but later appeared to have kicked an own goal by labelling incumbent Steve Irons a “rich white man”. Mr Irons was a ward of the state as a child and later became a businessman. The seat takes in a diverse... Read more
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The St. Augustine Record
Candidates qualify for local elections; write-ins close 4 St. Johns County primaries— Group 1 Maggie Kostka, N/A Andrea Samuels, N/A St. Augustine Beach City Co
Candidates qualify for local elections; write-ins close 4 St. Johns County primaries
The St. Augustine Record / Posted 6 days ago
— Group 1 Maggie Kostka, N/A Andrea Samuels, N/A St. Augustine Beach City Commission — Group 2 Rosetta Bailey, N/A Rich O’Brien, N/A Hastings Town Council — Seat 1* Brenda Felder, N/A Hastings Town Council — Seat 2* Adrian Orval French,... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
Working and worshippingElgin, Henry and Stanley streets. One of the first industries was the pottery
Working and worshipping
The Brantford Expositor / Posted 6 days ago
Elgin, Henry and Stanley streets. One of the first industries was the pottery works established in 1849 by Justus Morton on the northeast corner of Clarence and Dalhousie streets. Because special stoneware clay was not mined anywhere in... Read more
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The Advocate
Two New Orleans jazz landmarks gain new owner , lifting hopes of restoration after years of neglectalso used to own the nearby Eagle Saloon at 401-403 S. Rampart St., a onetime h
Two New Orleans jazz landmarks gain new owner , lifting hopes of restoration after years of neglect
The Advocate / Posted 7 days ago
also used to own the nearby Eagle Saloon at 401-403 S. Rampart St., a onetime haunt of legendary jazz pioneers Jelly Roll Morton and Buddy Bolden. Louis Armstrong lived nearby and played upstairs. After years of false starts, a new group of... Read more
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The Advocate
Two New Orleans jazz landmarks sold, lifting hopes of restoration after years of neglectalso used to own the nearby Eagle Saloon at 401-403 S. Rampart St., a onetime h
Two New Orleans jazz landmarks sold, lifting hopes of restoration after years of neglect
The Advocate / Posted 7 days ago
also used to own the nearby Eagle Saloon at 401-403 S. Rampart St., a onetime haunt of legendary jazz pioneers Jelly Roll Morton and Buddy Bolden. Louis Armstrong lived nearby and played upstairs. After years of false starts, a new group of... Read more
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Pahrump Valley Times
Report bumps Nevada overall education ranking from last to next-to-lastvery discouraging as a state when you’re at the bottom of the barrel (but) we a
Report bumps Nevada overall education ranking from last to next-to-last
Pahrump Valley Times / Posted 8 days ago
very discouraging as a state when you’re at the bottom of the barrel (but) we are fortunate because we are a very research-rich state,” Helton said. “It’s just going to come down to political will to use some of those tools to fix these... Read more
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The Pine Island Eagle
Local Knowledge: Mullet fishing a key element in island's historyof the few left is Jug Creek Marina, on Tortuga Street in Bokeelia, which is ow
Local Knowledge: Mullet fishing a key element in island's history
The Pine Island Eagle / Posted 8 days ago
of the few left is Jug Creek Marina, on Tortuga Street in Bokeelia, which is owned and run by members of the Padilla and Morton families (and is listed for sale by our team). The Padilla family has a long and storied history in Charlotte Harbor.... Read more
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CBS News
Sports Authority's Mile High naming-rights gambitbut a handful of professional sports stadiums in the U.S. carry a corporate nam
Sports Authority's Mile High naming-rights gambit
CBS News / Posted 10 days ago
but a handful of professional sports stadiums in the U.S. carry a corporate name, a gold rush that kicked off in 1973 when Rich Products agreed to a 25-year deal to put its name on the home of the Buffalo Bills. That deal was worth a mere $1.5... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Life in Prison for Man Who Attacked Boy With Albinismafter realizing that there was a police mobile service officer ahead. Upon ent
Life in Prison for Man Who Attacked Boy With Albinism
AllAfrica.com / Posted 13 days ago
after realizing that there was a police mobile service officer ahead. Upon entering the forest, according to the victim, Morton Juma as read in court, he saw two other men standing in front, but they were both communicating in Kiswahili, by that... Read more
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Manning River Times
A wing on every hoofin Sydney this Saturday in a two-year-old event. Quinn is keen to take his tim
A wing on every hoof
Manning River Times / Posted 16 days ago
in Sydney this Saturday in a two-year-old event. Quinn is keen to take his time with the gelding as there are plenty of rich opportunities coming up not only in Sydney but at Grafton during its Cup carnival in July. Cogliere won its first race... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
After another horror, toward a better countryand give hope. Instead, we've heard the ugliest provocations ever uttered in a
After another horror, toward a better country
Baltimore Sun / Posted 16 days ago
and give hope. Instead, we've heard the ugliest provocations ever uttered in a modern presidential campaign. It provides rich material for journalists, of course. But as former political columnist Brian Wendell Morton once put it: "I'd rather... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Whale of a welcome at Tangalooma Island Resortexperience is made all the more mystical by Aboriginal dancing in front of a be
Whale of a welcome at Tangalooma Island Resort
Daily Examiner / Posted 17 days ago
experience is made all the more mystical by Aboriginal dancing in front of a beachside fire, dwarfed only by the richest of red sunsets. 'Balka booangan' or 'coming of the dolphins is celebrated with stories and traditional... Read more
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Northern Star
Whale of a welcome at Tangalooma Island Resortexperience is made all the more mystical by Aboriginal dancing in front of a be
Whale of a welcome at Tangalooma Island Resort
Northern Star / Posted 17 days ago
experience is made all the more mystical by Aboriginal dancing in front of a beachside fire, dwarfed only by the richest of red sunsets. 'Balka booangan' or 'coming of the dolphins is celebrated with stories and traditional... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Whale of a welcome at Tangalooma Island Resortexperience is made all the more mystical by Aboriginal dancing in front of a be
Whale of a welcome at Tangalooma Island Resort
The Daily Mercury / Posted 17 days ago
experience is made all the more mystical by Aboriginal dancing in front of a beachside fire, dwarfed only by the richest of red sunsets. 'Balka booangan' or 'coming of the dolphins is celebrated with stories and traditional... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Whale of a welcome at Tangalooma Island Resortexperience is made all the more mystical by Aboriginal dancing in front of a be
Whale of a welcome at Tangalooma Island Resort
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 17 days ago
experience is made all the more mystical by Aboriginal dancing in front of a beachside fire, dwarfed only by the richest of red sunsets. 'Balka booangan' or 'coming of the dolphins is celebrated with stories and traditional... Read more
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Queensland Times
Whale of a welcome at Tangalooma Island Resortexperience is made all the more mystical by Aboriginal dancing in front of a be
Whale of a welcome at Tangalooma Island Resort
Queensland Times / Posted 17 days ago
experience is made all the more mystical by Aboriginal dancing in front of a beachside fire, dwarfed only by the richest of red sunsets. 'Balka booangan' or 'coming of the dolphins is celebrated with stories and traditional... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Whale of a welcome at Tangalooma Island Resortexperience is made all the more mystical by Aboriginal dancing in front of a be
Whale of a welcome at Tangalooma Island Resort
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 18 days ago
experience is made all the more mystical by Aboriginal dancing in front of a beachside fire, dwarfed only by the richest of red sunsets. 'Balka booangan' or 'coming of the dolphins is celebrated with stories and traditional... Read more
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News Mail
Whale of a welcome at Tangalooma Island Resortexperience is made all the more mystical by Aboriginal dancing in front of a be
Whale of a welcome at Tangalooma Island Resort
News Mail / Posted 18 days ago
experience is made all the more mystical by Aboriginal dancing in front of a beachside fire, dwarfed only by the richest of red sunsets. 'Balka booangan' or 'coming of the dolphins is celebrated with stories and traditional... Read more
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Peninsula Clarion
Seward's Adams blitzes Run for River 10-miler to the tune of 52:40Tom Seggerman, 25:01; 17. Rob Carson, 25:29; 18. Tom Hutton, 25:46; 19. Clark F
Seward's Adams blitzes Run for River 10-miler to the tune of 52:40
Peninsula Clarion / Posted 18 days ago
Tom Seggerman, 25:01; 17. Rob Carson, 25:29; 18. Tom Hutton, 25:46; 19. Clark Fair, 26:22; 20. Bill Berkhahn, 26:40; 21. Rich Bond, 27:03; 22. Erin Hake, 27:53; 23. Drew Rogowski, 27:54; 24. Jeff Smith, 29:03; 25. Ryan Hogan, 29:06. 26. Pete... Read more
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Breitbart
Morton Blackwell, Rich Lowry Spoil Mitt Romney’s Utah Safe Space: ‘Zero Chance’ #NeverTrump Ever Happensthe very premise of the piece. “I haven’t heard anything more concrete than id
Morton Blackwell, Rich Lowry Spoil Mitt Romney’s Utah Safe Space: ‘Zero Chance’ #NeverTrump Ever Happens
Breitbart / Posted 19 days ago
the very premise of the piece. “I haven’t heard anything more concrete than idle and wishful musings!” said Never Trumper Rich Lowry, editor of National Review, which officially went “Against Trump” before the Iowa caucus. The most damning quotes... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Making science cool for our kidshas injected another $2 million into getting our kids hooked on science. Why is
Making science cool for our kids
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 19 days ago
has injected another $2 million into getting our kids hooked on science. Why is it so important? Science reporter Jamie Morton investigates. Retired teacher Alicja Ginders is passionate about science. From left, Riley Spriggs, Ataleah Taratoa... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
The 'Never Trump' movement has emerged from the ashesto Trump's nomination cast doubt on the new plans. "I haven't heard anything m
The 'Never Trump' movement has emerged from the ashes
Stamford Advocate / Posted 19 days ago
to Trump's nomination cast doubt on the new plans. "I haven't heard anything more concrete than idle and wishful musings!" Rich Lowry, the editor of National Review, told Business Insider. Romney said in a Friday CNN appearance a rules change was... Read more
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Connecticut Post
The 'Never Trump' movement has emerged from the ashesto Trump's nomination cast doubt on the new plans. "I haven't heard anything m
The 'Never Trump' movement has emerged from the ashes
Connecticut Post / Posted 19 days ago
to Trump's nomination cast doubt on the new plans. "I haven't heard anything more concrete than idle and wishful musings!" Rich Lowry, the editor of National Review, told Business Insider. Romney said in a Friday CNN appearance a rules change was... Read more
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Business Insider
The 'Never Trump' movement has emerged from the ashesto Trump's nomination cast doubt on the new plans. "I haven't heard anything m
The 'Never Trump' movement has emerged from the ashes
Business Insider / Posted 19 days ago
to Trump's nomination cast doubt on the new plans. "I haven't heard anything more concrete than idle and wishful musings!" Rich Lowry, the editor of National Review, told Business Insider. 2012 Republican nominee Mitt Romney said in a Friday CNN... Read more
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WTHR Indianapolis
Five things to know for SaturdaySoap Box Derby is one of only 2 cities that has run a race every year the All A
Five things to know for Saturday
WTHR Indianapolis / Posted 19 days ago
Soap Box Derby is one of only 2 cities that has run a race every year the All American has been run. Indianapolis has a rich history in racing and this race will offer great competition including kids from the Indianapolis Inner City Youth... Read more
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The Patriot Ledger
Social entrepreneur tells Milton Academy grads that 'caring is cool'DOVER: Madeline Barnes, Adam Bramson, Caroline McCammond, Jack Stenhouse, Nicho
Social entrepreneur tells Milton Academy grads that 'caring is cool'
The Patriot Ledger / Posted 20 days ago
DOVER: Madeline Barnes, Adam Bramson, Caroline McCammond, Jack Stenhouse, Nicholas Tupanjanin DUXBURY: Alexander Bernard, Morton Fearey III, Max Glattstein, Emily Grace, Arthur Hogan IV, Daniel O'Connor Jr., Collin van der Veen EASTON: Julia... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Brandy Clark: Not your mama's country artiston tailgate parties and nonstop good times. Much of the music out of that camp
Brandy Clark: Not your mama's country artist
Los Angeles Times / Posted 20 days ago
on tailgate parties and nonstop good times. Much of the music out of that camp sounds far removed from the emotionally rich and nuanced strain of traditional country practiced in previous generations by such standard bearers as Hank Williams,... Read more
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Fort Myers Beach Bulletin & Observer
Entering retirement, Larry Wood leaves behind his personal touch at Beach ElementarySchool is Jeff Dobbins, an educator with 33 years of experience. He starts July
Entering retirement, Larry Wood leaves behind his personal touch at Beach Elementary
Fort Myers Beach Bulletin & Observer / Posted 22 days ago
School is Jeff Dobbins, an educator with 33 years of experience. He starts July 1. "Fort Myers Beach Elementary enjoys a rich history of academic and cultural excellence which is a result of the partnership between the school staff, parents and... Read more
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Peoria Journal Star
June 8 in Journal Star sports historyREMEMBER WHEN: JUNE 8 IN JOURNAL STAR SPORTS HISTORY 50 YEARS AGO Galva nativ
June 8 in Journal Star sports history
Peoria Journal Star / Posted 22 days ago
REMEMBER WHEN: JUNE 8 IN JOURNAL STAR SPORTS HISTORY 50 YEARS AGO Galva native Rich Falk is appointed freshman basketball coach at Northwestern University, where he had a standout career. Falk, who played varsity basketball at Northwestern from... Read more
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examiner.com
Moving towards a 'moral economy' and Bernie Sanders visits Vistaone rally attendee had a lot to say about this year's situation as well as his
Moving towards a 'moral economy' and Bernie Sanders visits Vista
examiner.com / Posted 24 days ago
one rally attendee had a lot to say about this year's situation as well as his impressions this election cycle. Joshua R. Morton, 27, works as an hourly, part time security guard at night and also takes college classes during the day to complete a... Read more
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McDonough County Voice
County not informed of simultaneous road closuresOther BusinessThe county board's road and bridge committee voted to recommend b
County not informed of simultaneous road closures
McDonough County Voice / Posted 26 days ago
Other BusinessThe county board's road and bridge committee voted to recommend bid awards to Tri-State Materials of Morton and Marathon of Meredosia for oil to be used in road sealcoating this summer. The committee also voted to recommend a... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Baltimore Chamber Orchestra sets 34th season; closes 33rd stylishly("Christmas" Concerto). A Vivaldi concerto will showcase principal bassoonist B
Baltimore Chamber Orchestra sets 34th season; closes 33rd stylishly
Baltimore Sun / Posted 27 days ago
("Christmas" Concerto). A Vivaldi concerto will showcase principal bassoonist Brian Young. For something offbeat, there's Morton Gould's Tap Dance Concerto, with soloist Max Pollak, on Feb. 12. This program also holds Bernstein's Three Dance... Read more
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Peninsula Clarion
Refuge Notebook: Elodea gone from the Kenai Peninsula?barely survived the early years as the two parental species of our hybrid are n
Refuge Notebook: Elodea gone from the Kenai Peninsula?
Peninsula Clarion / Posted 27 days ago
barely survived the early years as the two parental species of our hybrid are native to much warmer and more nutrient-rich waters in the Midwest. Eventually, however, it adapted to the Kenai Lowlands and then began to grow quickly. This... Read more
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NJ Biz
Camden youth athletic league gets $1M in seed money from foundations, insurer (with video)city are deprived of in many ways. This is not just an athletic association, th
Camden youth athletic league gets $1M in seed money from foundations, insurer (with video)
NJ Biz / Posted 28 days ago
city are deprived of in many ways. This is not just an athletic association, this is a health organization as well.” Bryan Morton, with the North Camden Little League, said the health awareness was an important aspect that is often... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Brave Eva Mitchell's new challengemonth, the family had to make the call to take the line out for good, opting in
Brave Eva Mitchell's new challenge
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 29 days ago
month, the family had to make the call to take the line out for good, opting instead for Eva to get her calorie-rich sustenance orally. "Part of me was relieved because the risk of MRSA infections had haunted us for so long - I'd been... Read more
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Crain's Chicago Business
Women's work? Nonprofit CFOlike what I did really didn't matter,” she says, recalling an instance when cor
Women's work? Nonprofit CFO
Crain's Chicago Business / Posted 1 months ago
like what I did really didn't matter,” she says, recalling an instance when correcting an accounting error “really made a rich guy richer,” she says. “It felt like, 'Well, so what?' “ She left public accounting to work at Children's Home and Aid... Read more
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The Oakdale Leader
Spending per pupil varies widely across the country — and it's hurting these people mostheavily on local property taxes provide vastly more money to wealthier neighbor
Spending per pupil varies widely across the country — and it's hurting these people most
The Oakdale Leader / Posted 1 months ago
heavily on local property taxes provide vastly more money to wealthier neighborhood schools. "You've got highly segregated rich and poor towns," Bruce Baker of Rutgers University told NPR. "(They) raise vastly different amounts of local revenue... Read more

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