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In the 6th District Democratic primary, the nod goes to incumbent Glynn Hines. He has always looked for ways to direct effort and resources toward the struggling district, and there have been...
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Feeling bitter? Get in line. These days anyone who takes their drinking seriously is getting intimate with bitters. Fueled largely by the hard liquor and artisanal cocktail booms, bitters — those...
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In 1927, a contractor hired black workers from Alabama to build a hospital for veterans in the district of U.S. Rep. Robert Bacon, R-N.Y. Alarmed that competition from cheap itinerant labor would...
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A living cartoonist lecturing his murdered peers makes for a curious spectacle, but that's what transpired at journalism's George Polk Awards a week ago. The lecturer was Garry Trudeau, of...
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A group of Orillia teachers went back to school Monday to learn more about a particular segment of the school population. During a morning session at Patrick Fogarty Catholic Secondary School,...
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Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today: 1. 24 VICTIMS OF LATEST SHIPWRECK TRAGEDY TO BE BURIED, HUNDREDS MORE MAY HAVE PERISHED EU...
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All photos by Redg Plopinio Every marathoner knows what it is to “hit the wall” – that point around two to 3 hours into the 42-kilometer run when every sinew in one's body seems to scream for you to...
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Three members of Governor Christie’s transition team — including a longtime friend and his campaign fundraiser — are backing former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush for the Republican presidential...
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This is disastrous and developing, especially up in the Hunter. For those who said we were not warned — we were. We were advised Sunday with updates yesterday. This is disastrous and developing,...
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As soon as black students started attacking monuments of white supremacy, and idols of the religion of Capitalism, they were going too far, the next thing was to attack white bodies, people. Once...
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There are 5,000 miles of sidewalks in the city of San Diego, and all too many can be unsafe for strollers, joggers, cyclists and skateboarders. Who should pay for upkeep and repairs – not to mention...
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Athletes Prepare For Native Youth Olympics About 500 athletes from elementary through high school will be at the Native Youth Olympics, which kicks off Thursday in Anchorage. Organizer Nicole...
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Bob St. Clair, the legendary 49ers offensive lineman famed for his ferocious blocking and peculiar dining habits, died Monday. He was 84. A fearsome tackle in San Francisco from 1953-63, St. Clair...
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If you don’t think the problem is that serious, let me acquaint you with the two piles of documents that sit in Mike Lee’s office. Mr. Lee, a Republican senator from Utah, writes about them in his new...
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Chapel Hill, N.C. — The unmistakable argyle pattern that has been a fixture on the University of North Carolina’s basketball uniforms for more than two decades will be making its way to Kenan Stadium...
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Bachmann raised some eyebrows in November 2011 when she claimed she'd never "had a gaffe." "As people are looking at the candidate that is the most conservative and the most consistent candidate, I've...
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Keith Thomas did not want his daughter to make the same mistake he did when he graduated from Northern Nash. A successful basketball player for the Knights, Thomas turned down a chance to play...
2015/04/21 01:19
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Fifty years ago, lotteries were illegal in every state, but they have proven so lucrative and politically irresistible that 44 states have since started selling tickets to the lottery. In 2013,...
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... Africans will kick down the statue of a dead white man but won’t even attempt to slap a live one. Yet they can stone to death a black man simply because he is a foreigner.” UBUNTU is clearly...
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Chapel Hill, N.C. — The unmistakable argyle pattern that has been a fixture on the University of North Carolina’s basketball uniforms for more than two decades will be making its way to Kenan Stadium...
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