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The Register NorthJersey.com
Recruitment efforts revive Saddle River Fire DepartmentSADDLE RIVER — Whenever resident Nik Aktas saw the kid up the block, he knew wh
Recruitment efforts revive Saddle River Fire Department
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 3 hours ago
SADDLE RIVER — Whenever resident Nik Aktas saw the kid up the block, he knew what was coming. The now 19-year-old Nicholas Biondi, would go up to Aktas’s car and pester him: “‘Hey, why don’t you join the Fire Department?’” That was two years ago,... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Forest Excelsior Band plays onA Lambton County musical tradition older than Canada itself is coming to Sarnia
Forest Excelsior Band plays on
Sarnia Observer / Posted 10 days ago
A Lambton County musical tradition older than Canada itself is coming to Sarnia Saturday for a concert at the Sarnia Library Theatre. The Forest Excelsior Band was formed in 1864 and bills itself as the oldest continually-running citizen band in... Read more
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World Tribune
2012: StatesideAssad ups ante by firing Scuds at rebel strongholds – December 14 Report: Ira
2012: Stateside
World Tribune / Posted 13 days ago
Assad ups ante by firing Scuds at rebel strongholds – December 14 Report: Iran used Russian Su-25s to intercept U.S. Predator drone – December 14 Report: Iraq could compete with Saudis for energy supremacy – December 14 Congressman: State Dept.... Read more
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The Atlantic
How America’s Coastal Cities Left the Heartland BehindThe people of St. Louis weren’t really surprised when, on January 12, the Natio
How America’s Coastal Cities Left the Heartland Behind
The Atlantic / Posted 17 days ago
The people of St. Louis weren’t really surprised when, on January 12, the National Football League announced its decision to let E. Stanley Kroenke, the owner of the St. Louis Rams, move his team to Los Angeles. Kroenke had long signaled his... Read more
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Mission City Record
Mission honours those who serve the communityMission honoured a long list of community supporters last week at the annual Co
Mission honours those who serve the community
Mission City Record / Posted 21 days ago
Mission honoured a long list of community supporters last week at the annual Community Service Awards Ceremony. The event, held at the Clarke Theatre, featured more than 25 recipients being honoured. The following is a list of all the 2016... Read more
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KPRC Local 2 Houston
Arrests mount for members of controversial churchChurch in June 2015. Church elder Jacob Gardner, 27, was one of six men charge
Arrests mount for members of controversial church
KPRC Local 2 Houston / Posted 23 days ago
Church in June 2015. Church elder Jacob Gardner, 27, was one of six men charged over the Lakewood incident and he agreed to speak with Channel 2 Investigates about the more recent arrests. “All throughout the centuries Christianity was... Read more
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Glenwood Springs Post Independent
Rifle’s can man keeps on ridingWe make a big deal about our mode of transportation here in the American West.
Rifle’s can man keeps on riding
Glenwood Springs Post Independent / Posted 26 days ago
We make a big deal about our mode of transportation here in the American West. To some, a man is only as good as his horse, or his Ford F-150 — or, in the case of Rifle’s Mike Caquelin, his metallic red Craftsman riding mower with the unicorn mask... Read more
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Independent Publisher
2016 Independent Publisher Book Awards ResultsFeature Congratulations and sincere thanks to the independent authors and pub
2016 Independent Publisher Book Awards Results
Independent Publisher / Posted 27 days ago
Feature Congratulations and sincere thanks to the independent authors and publishers who participated in our 20th annual, 2016 Independent Publisher Book Awards contest. Here are the gold, silver and... Read more
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The Coast
6 developments that are changing the face of HalifaxCity council has to deal with a lot of petty stuff, from potholes to leash laws
6 developments that are changing the face of Halifax
The Coast / Posted 27 days ago
City council has to deal with a lot of petty stuff, from potholes to leash laws. It’s not quite as glamorous as today’s federal politicians, who get to play Santa Claus and hand out a bunch of Tru-dough across the country. But local leaders rule when... Read more

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