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Chichester Observer
Kicking up a Storm: New chapter of Material World story begins - Chichester Observer with your email account {* traditionalSignIn_emailAddre
Kicking up a Storm: New chapter of Material World story begins
Chichester Observer / Posted 2 days ago
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Island Packet
From orphan to Erskine: Beaufort’s Anna Smith signs to play soccerAdopted from a Russian orphanage, Anna Smith came to her new home at 18 months
From orphan to Erskine: Beaufort’s Anna Smith signs to play soccer
Island Packet / Posted 8 days ago
Adopted from a Russian orphanage, Anna Smith came to her new home at 18 months amid doctors' concerns that severe malnourishment had robbed her of the ability to walk or talk. Within a week of arriving in the Lowcountry, the toddler found her legs.... Read more
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York Daily Record
York Audubon Society and Ariz. birdsWHAT: The York Audubon Society will present an informative visual program, “Bir
York Audubon Society and Ariz. birds
York Daily Record / Posted 10 days ago
WHAT: The York Audubon Society will present an informative visual program, “Birding the Sky Islands of Southeastern Arizona” by Anne Muren and Robin Smith. WHEN: 7 p.m., Monday, Feb. 8. WHERE: Lutheran Memorial Evangelical Lutheran Church, 1907... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Cyclone Yasi: What happened five years ago The massive category-five cyclone crossed the far north Queensland coast earl
Cyclone Yasi: What happened five years ago
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 10 days ago
The massive category-five cyclone crossed the far north Queensland coast early on February 3, 2011. Take a look back at how it shattered lives and caused more than $800 million in damage. External Link:... Read more
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Nodaway News Leader
Civil Rights activist Zellner to visit Northwest for lecture series Northwest Missouri State University will host Dr. Bob Zellner, a prominent Ci
Civil Rights activist Zellner to visit Northwest for lecture series
Nodaway News Leader / Posted 11 days ago
 Northwest Missouri State University will host Dr. Bob Zellner, a prominent Civil Rights activist and Freedom Rider, as the next guest of its Distinguished Lecture Series at 7:30 pm, Wednesday, February 3 in the Charles Johnson Theater at the Olive... Read more
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Corpus Christi Caller-Times
Event promotes creativity, awareness for careers in engineeringHard hats filled the cafeteria at Garcia Elementary School on Saturday morning
Event promotes creativity, awareness for careers in engineering
Corpus Christi Caller-Times / Posted 13 days ago
Hard hats filled the cafeteria at Garcia Elementary School on Saturday morning as young construction workers and architects dangled their feet off the lunchroom benches. Alejandro Gonzalez had less than an hour to engineer and build his masterpiece:... Read more
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Evening Standard
England take four wickets in final session to give themselves chanceshowed their fighting spirit with four wickets after tea to put themselves back
England take four wickets in final session to give themselves chance
Evening Standard / Posted 22 days ago
showed their fighting spirit with four wickets after tea to put themselves back in contention in this final Test at Centurion. Centuries from Hashim Amla and debutant opener Stephen Cook had seemingly put South Africa, who had reached tea on 224 for... Read more
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The Aspen Times
Aspen Youth Center spelling fundraiser returns for fifth and final yearWhat do the words “soliloquy,” “phreatic” and “prosciutto” all have in common?
Aspen Youth Center spelling fundraiser returns for fifth and final year
The Aspen Times / Posted 23 days ago
What do the words “soliloquy,” “phreatic” and “prosciutto” all have in common? While they aren’t exactly fighting words, they have determined outcomes of Aspen Youth Center’s past spelling bees, i.e. who will be crowned the winner and who will go... Read more
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BVI Beacon
New police commish namedThe Governor’s Office announced Wednesday that a new police commissioner has be
New police commish named
BVI Beacon / Posted 24 days ago
The Governor’s Office announced Wednesday that a new police commissioner has been selected. The designee, Michael Matthews, is the chief constable of the police force in the Sovereign Base Areas of Akrotiri and Dhekelia, a British overseas territory... Read more
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Cabot Star-Herald
Neglect, abuse drives decade’s worth work at Wade Knox CenterTragedy and heartbreak caused by neglect and sexual abuse of children has far-r
Neglect, abuse drives decade’s worth work at Wade Knox Center
Cabot Star-Herald / Posted 25 days ago
Tragedy and heartbreak caused by neglect and sexual abuse of children has far-reaching effects, but for 10 years now Wade Knox Children’s Advocacy Center at Lonoke has helped victims recover from, and has prevented untold numbers of, such... Read more
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Super Sport
This Week in History: January 18-24 A record number of players make their debut in a test match, and two well-res
This Week in History: January 18-24
Super Sport / Posted 26 days ago
A record number of players make their debut in a test match, and two well-respected players are fined for joy-riding in a Tiger Moth aircraft. All of this and more, during this week in history... January 18 1972... Read more
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ESPN Cricinfo
Moniker maniaRobin Smith: could convict you with his hair We'll start with some easy ones:
Moniker mania
ESPN Cricinfo / Posted 28 days ago
Robin Smith: could convict you with his hair We'll start with some easy ones: Silver Billy, Tibby, Ticker, Atlas, Nugget, Gogga, The Cheese. These are a little harder: Dodge, Leaning Tower, Goofy, Shine, Cyril, Tank. Answers on page 50. If not... Read more
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Evening Standard
Joe Root drags England back into contention with outstanding centuryA brilliantly-constructed hundred by Root’s ninth Test century helped Alastair
Joe Root drags England back into contention with outstanding century
Evening Standard / Posted 29 days ago
A brilliantly-constructed hundred by Root’s ninth Test century helped Alastair Cook’s side recover from 91 for four in the afternoon session to 238 for five by the time play was halted 50 minutes before the scheduled close because of bad... Read more
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Evening Standard
Stokes and Root say no to the IPL to focus on Englandand Joe Root have turned their backs on this year’s Indian Premier League to fo
Stokes and Root say no to the IPL to focus on England
Evening Standard / Posted 29 days ago
and Joe Root have turned their backs on this year’s Indian Premier League to focus on their careers with England. Standard Sport understands England’s two highest-profile players will not be among the names included in next month’s auction in... Read more

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