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Americans superfan provides big boost to out-of-t...
The legend of Jimmy Butcher has spread West. The iconic Tri-City Americans fan known for his boisterous "woo-hoo" and unfaltering smile produced the needed spark for an out-of-town Babe Ruth youth...
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Carey Village Council fills vacant position
Cole was voted by a 3-1 blind vote to fill the term with former Councilwoman Lois Kurtz getting the other vote. Linda Kin also was on the ballot, but didn't receive a vote. As she is Councilman Chad...
Read more at The Advertiser-Tribune
Dealing with Illegal Dumping at Princeton Recycli...
City leaders in Princeton, Illinois, are looking to take measures to help prevent illegal dumping and catch those who break the rules. It is an ongoing battle at the city's 24-hour recycling...
Read more at KWQC-TV 6 Davenport
Pot and apartments: clear restrictions, hazy real...
Kristen Dorsett lived at the Esther Short Commons apartment building for two years, and she logged her fair share of complaints about the place — including deferred maintenance and the stink of...
Read more at The Columbian
Flames, Bandits earn state baseball berths | Legi...
The Hanford Flames lost a tough game to Bellingham Post 7 by a 10-9 score at the Washington State AA Regionals, but the Flames bounced back to beat the Spokane North Stars 15-3. That gave the...
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Local teams get roughed up at state tournaments |...
Mount Saint Helens jumped out to a 7-0 lead en route to a 14-6 win over Richland on Thursday in the Babe Ruth 13s state tournament in Camas. Garrett Horner and Alex Rosales had multi-hit games for...
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Rash of car break-ins at Britt David Park raises ...
A rash of car break-ins has many people concerned about whether they could be the thieves' next target. Several cars were broken into at Britt David Park in North Columbus on July 12, 2014. Parents...
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Proud moments for Marquette seniors in 1952 -
June 12, 1989 In Bunker Hill, the 1948 tornado leveled much of the city, but a different story laid in the missing head of the Abraham Lincoln stature that had stood for years in the center of town....
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Stanwood-Camano Art By the Bay festival returns f...
Published: Friday, July 11, 2014, 12:01 a.m. Stanwood-Camano Art By the Bay festival returns for 22nd year Port Susan is a beautiful bay, and people in Stanwood and on Camano Island like to...
Read more at Everett Herald
Smart home tech: Cool but does it save money?
Market participants say smart home users are motivated by a host of concerns, including cost savings and the environment. A study last month by the University of Michigan's Energy Institute found that...
Read more at CNBC
Wells County issues first same-sex marriage licen...
A little before 2 p.m. Wells County issued its first marriage license to a same-sex couple. A representative of a same-sex couple — John Holzinger and Lamont Humbracht —called the Clerk’s office...
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