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Vernon Morning Star
The Way I See It: Some things just aren’t that hardThe other night, sprawled out on my couch, I was thinking of how tough somethin
The Way I See It: Some things just aren’t that hard
Vernon Morning Star / Posted yesterday
The other night, sprawled out on my couch, I was thinking of how tough something I wanted to change was. I have a couple of bad habits that I would like to address and I find I go in great bursts and then pause. I know I can be lazy and careless and... Read more
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BC Local News
The Way I See It: Some things just aren’t that hardThe other night, sprawled out on my couch, I was thinking of how tough somethin
The Way I See It: Some things just aren’t that hard
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
The other night, sprawled out on my couch, I was thinking of how tough something I wanted to change was. I have a couple of bad habits that I would like to address and I find I go in great bursts and then pause. I know I can be lazy and careless and... Read more
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Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune
Sparks makes Parapan debutThe Parapan Am Games in Toronto on Aug. 7-15 marked a series of firsts for Gran
Sparks makes Parapan debut
Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune / Posted 5 days ago
The Parapan Am Games in Toronto on Aug. 7-15 marked a series of firsts for Grande Prairie’s Dylan Sparks. Sparks was the first and youngest Canadian powerlifter to compete at the Games. “My experience at the Games was amazing. I met so many Canadian... Read more
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Peninsula Clarion
Reimer leads Peninsula runners at Lost LakeAdam Reimer led central Kenai Peninsula runners by placing 19th on Saturday in
Reimer leads Peninsula runners at Lost Lake
Peninsula Clarion / Posted 8 days ago
Adam Reimer led central Kenai Peninsula runners by placing 19th on Saturday in Seward. Matthew Shryock, running the second-fastest time in race history, won the race at 1 hour, 35 minutes and 33 seconds. Reimer’s time was 1:52:52. Najeeby Quinn won... Read more
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ABC News
10 Years After Katrina, New Orleans Still on the MendIn 2005, the Category 3 hurricane slammed the Gulf Coast, destroying more than
10 Years After Katrina, New Orleans Still on the Mend
ABC News / Posted 8 days ago
In 2005, the Category 3 hurricane slammed the Gulf Coast, destroying more than 600,000 homes. In New Orleans, Louisiana, the levees failed and flooded the city to the point where pundits questioned whether the Big Easy would ever come back. "We had... Read more
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WBNS-10TV Columbus
Gulf eats away at coast outside levee-protected New Orleans DELACROIX, La. (AP) — New Orleans is now fortified by a new $14.5 billion flo
Gulf eats away at coast outside levee-protected New Orleans
WBNS-10TV Columbus / Posted 17 days ago
DELACROIX, La. (AP) — New Orleans is now fortified by a new $14.5 billion flood protection system, ten years after Katrina. But outside the city, efforts have lagged to protect small towns... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Spots still available at biggest network meetingFOR the first time Gladstone will host a speed-networking event, the Biggest Ev
Spots still available at biggest network meeting
The Daily Mercury / Posted 18 days ago
FOR the first time Gladstone will host a speed-networking event, the Biggest Ever Networking Meeting. It's a regional first giving business owners and employees a chance to meet new people in an environment a lot like speed dating. Friday's event... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Spots still available at biggest network meetingFOR the first time Gladstone will host a speed-networking event, the Biggest Ev
Spots still available at biggest network meeting
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 18 days ago
FOR the first time Gladstone will host a speed-networking event, the Biggest Ever Networking Meeting. It's a regional first giving business owners and employees a chance to meet new people in an environment a lot like speed dating. Friday's event... Read more
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News Mail
Spots still available at biggest network meetingFOR the first time Gladstone will host a speed-networking event, the Biggest Ev
Spots still available at biggest network meeting
News Mail / Posted 18 days ago
FOR the first time Gladstone will host a speed-networking event, the Biggest Ever Networking Meeting. It's a regional first giving business owners and employees a chance to meet new people in an environment a lot like speed dating. Friday's event... Read more
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Toronto Star
Seven best moments of the Parapan opening ceremonyFor the final leg of the Parapan Am torch relay, Canadian veterans Sgt. Steve D
Seven best moments of the Parapan opening ceremony
Toronto Star / Posted 23 days ago
For the final leg of the Parapan Am torch relay, Canadian veterans Sgt. Steve Daniel and Dominic Larocque carried the flame into the stadium. It was then passed on to CBC’s Rick Mercer and to Rick Hansen, paralympian and philanthropist. As Hansen... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Petitclerc lights cauldron to open the largest Parapan Am Games in historyTORONTO - Marco Dispaltro turned joyous 360s in his motorized wheelchair down t
Petitclerc lights cauldron to open the largest Parapan Am Games in history
Brandon Sun / Posted 23 days ago
TORONTO - Marco Dispaltro turned joyous 360s in his motorized wheelchair down the straightaway of the track Friday night, the Maple Leaf flapping behind him. The world No. 1-ranked boccia player in his category led the largest Parapan Am Games team... Read more
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Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune
20 Questions: Bethe GoldieIn 1975, Leigh and I moved to Grande Prairie to work at Grande Prairie Regional
20 Questions: Bethe Goldie
Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune / Posted 24 days ago
In 1975, Leigh and I moved to Grande Prairie to work at Grande Prairie Regional College. We thought we would be here for 2 years, tops, but we soon discovered that Grande Prairie is an amazing community that we did not want to leave. We have met,... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Free water tanks allocated to community groupsNINETEEN schools, sports clubs and organisations will benefit from used water t
Free water tanks allocated to community groups
The Daily Mercury / Posted 27 days ago
NINETEEN schools, sports clubs and organisations will benefit from used water tanks set to be handed out by Gladstone Regional Council. The tanks were given to council by LNG companies when the commissioning of permanent water and sewerage... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Free water tanks allocated to community groupsNINETEEN schools, sports clubs and organisations will benefit from used water t
Free water tanks allocated to community groups
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 27 days ago
NINETEEN schools, sports clubs and organisations will benefit from used water tanks set to be handed out by Gladstone Regional Council. The tanks were given to council by LNG companies when the commissioning of permanent water and sewerage... Read more
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News Mail
Free water tanks allocated to community groupsNINETEEN schools, sports clubs and organisations will benefit from used water t
Free water tanks allocated to community groups
News Mail / Posted 27 days ago
NINETEEN schools, sports clubs and organisations will benefit from used water tanks set to be handed out by Gladstone Regional Council. The tanks were given to council by LNG companies when the commissioning of permanent water and sewerage... Read more
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