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PHOTO GALLERY: Visiting the pumpkin patch
Students from Corinth enjoyed a field trip to the Tupelo Buffalo Park on Friday. The park is hosting its 12th annual pumpkin patch daily through Oct. 31. It features a hay ride, corn maze, kids’...
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Woman overcomes disability through art
Krystal Gilbert of Cherryville was diagnosed with autism and a seizure disorder at age 3. Since being diagnosed with autism, Krystal has found that she is able to communicate through her artwork, said...
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Nailbiter: Intricate game of spycraft
Of the various projects left unreleased when he died - with the next two Hunger Games sequels still to come - this is clearly the fillet. Like so many Hoffman characters, his Günther Bachmann is a...
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John le Carré
3D microscope that lets researchers watch cells m...
The revolutionary 3D microscope that lets researchers watch cells moving in the body, revealing everything from the spread of cancer to an embryo developing Called lattice light-sheet microscopy,...
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Howard Hughes Medical Institute's Janelia Research Campus
From Hell to High Estate
From Hell to High EstateSt. Matthew's Epsicopal Church, 8134 MesaOct. 18 At first glance, it appeared to be your typical concert setup: grand piano at center, lid at half-stick. But what spanned the...
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Edgar Allan Poe
Monarch butterflies face tough trek through Texas
In this undated photo made available by Sonia Altizer via the journal, Nature, monarch butterflies fill the air at a site in Mexico. The butterflies are famous for migrating from the U.S. and Canada...
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Cleveland Corner: Crazy mad ninja skills
I truly believe that, when I get to the end of my life, I will be able to look back and feel as though I have squeezed every drop of fun and adventure out of it. God has blessed me to be able to do...
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Planning for future oil and gas operations being ...
Updated: 10/21/2014 6:30 PM | Created: 10/21/2014 6:03 PM By: Devin Neeley, KOB Eyewitness News 4 CHACO CANYON, NM -- The line between preserving the past and planning for the future is always a...
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Gold next on the agenda for Wright
DANIEL Wright’s long journey through the jiu-jitsu ranks is starting to pay off. Champion: Daniel Wright capped off a personal best season with a second-placing at the Pan Pacific Jiu-Jitsu...
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Essential tricks for a quick and elegant Hallowee...
If you are bypassing the costume party and heading out to dinner Halloween night, you can still conjure up a bewitching edge. Think Maleficent-meets-Holly-Go-Lightly. Start with a little black dress,...
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5 Things to Do in Metro Phoenix This Week
Time to throw on some flannel, pick up your pumpkin spice latte and head to the East Valley for the annual Fall Festival and Corn Maze. This seasonal event features a seven acre corn maze, mule rides,...
Read more at Phoenix New Times
Our top 10 Halloween DIY (witch)craft ideas for f...
There’s so much scary fun to be had with Halloween and the fun can start right at home. I’ve scoured Pinterest and the internet for some seriously ghastly activities the kids (and parents!) will love...
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Other holidays inspire spooky decorations
Holiday creep, it seems, is here to stay, and it’s spookier than it used to be. The blending of holiday traditions – think Hanukkah bush – now kicks off with Halloween in a variety of ways. Here’s a...
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Northwoods almanac: Autumn colors waning
The last two weeks of October are a celebration of yellows and golds, with the preeminent painter being any bog encircled by tamaracks. Just as spring is a dazzle of seemingly endless shades of green,...
Read more at The Rhinelander Daily News
4 Ways Providing Valuations Can Help Your Account...
Business clients see their accountant as a trusted resource with the knowledge and expertise to help them improve their business and avoid pitfalls. Many of those clients will be facing major life...
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Australian returns home from holiday with spider ...
Australian returns home from holiday with spider in stomach Published: 17 October 2014 Dew drops are seen hanging on a
, October 3, 2014. An Australian man who travelled to Bali returned...
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Deep thrills: The crazy cave trampolines of Wales
... -- "Don't look down," I tell myself firmly. "Whatever you do, don't look down." Which, of course, is the first thing I do, and I'm paralyzed by fear. Suspended above a plunging chasm in a...
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Book Review: E.J. Simon’s Interview with Death
E.J. Simpson’s “Death Logs In,” the sequel to debut novel “Death Never Sleeps,” is part sci-fi, part crime thriller. The story is reminiscent of “Transcendence,” a film starring Johnny Depp, which...
Read more at The Fairfield Mirror
Race crowded in W.Va. 16th House of Delegates Dis...
Race crowded in W.Va. 16th House of Delegates District Oct. 16, 2014 @ 12:38 AM HUNTINGTON — There are twice as many candidates as there are seats in West Virginia’s 16th House of Delegates District...
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You Haven't Felt Scared or Seen Horror Until You'...
PHOTOS: Tosco Refinery Continues Tradition Of Painting PumpkinPHOTOS: Tosco Refinery Continues Tradition Of Painting Pumpkin Continuing their annual tradition, workers at the Tosco Refinery Company...
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