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18th century Westford house relocated on Chamberl...
For bystanders, the section of the Chamberlain house hauled across the street Thursday may have seemed like a simple construction project. But the house on 79 Chamberlain Road, which was moved to the...
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More Gems from Evangelii Gaudium
Speaking with a friend last night, I said, "I could write about Evangelii Gaudium for the rest of the month and still not have touched on everything." I am not going to test the thesis, but over the...
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Take a Chance: Artists see Tinker mural as invest...
MUSCOTAH — Helping rural communities thrive is in artist Erika Nelson’s blood. Her artist friend Matthew Farley has a love of baseball. So spending a month in the small northeast Kansas town of...
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Thousands protest French riding school tax hike
Thousands protest French riding school tax hike Sunday, November 24 2013 | 3:30 p.m. CST Thousands of riding enthusiasts, many atop ponies, are protesting a sales tax increase they say will make...
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Unbreakable: Native American 'code talkers' helpe...
Unbreakable: Native American 'code talkers' helped beat Germans Native American "code talkers" who used their indigenous languages to keep critical military secrets from World War II enemies are...
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Books of the year 2013
As a Christmas read I would recommend the allegorical, faintly biblical, not quite Christian The Childhood of Jesus by J M Coetzee (Harvill/Secker, £16.99). A man and a child arrive in a strange land....
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Richard (Rick) Mills Ahead of the Herd As a general rule, the most successful man in life is the man who has the best information. Until roughly 12,000 years ago ? at least 90 percent of our...
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A treasure from the archives
For centuries, the small rural village somewhere in the mountains slept its peaceful sleep. Peacefully, the locals followed their ancient traditions. Then, a street came. Then, electricity. Then, the...
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