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Heartland road projects for 12/20
... Route 142 over Hart Ditch and Long Slough Ditch. The third bridge is on Route 158 over the drainage ditch located about 0.7 miles west of Route BB. The project will involve replacing the...
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KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau
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Kentucky Transportation Cabinet
Missouri Department of Transportation
Can ketchup follow in the gentrified trail of mus...
The little preserve company that could, Stonewall grew from a homespun enterprise selling jam at a farmer’s market to a Martha Stewart-esque emporium of specialty foods, tableware, gifts and even a...
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4 seasons in 1 war on WWI battlefields
... scarred landscapes and ruins of the World War I battlefields in Belgium and northern France. Spring has its red poppies; summer its sun-kissed green foliage; fall stuns with vibrant colors; and...
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Lebanon Daily News
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The Best Books Of 2014, According To O Magazine A...
Taken together, they form an evocative mini-memoir of Munro's hardscrabble childhood on a farm in Ontario. "This is not a story, only life," declares the protagonist of the title narrative....
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Stormy Weather Brings Rain and Snow
Stormy weather. New Mexico is going to get rain, snow and winds today. Bundle up and drive safe. Republican Aubrey Dunn is headed to the state land office after a recount, and two Albuquerque Police...
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state canvassing board
Lack of rain hits milk production in far north Qu...
Lack of rain in far north Queensland causes milk shortage on supermarket shelves across state A far north Queensland dairy farm is producing less than half its usual 70,000 litres of milk a week...
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El Niño to parch farm lands next year — NIA
... starting in January next year would dry up more than 15,000 hectares of rice and vegetable farms and cause untold loses to farmers in the Cordillera region, the National Irrigation...
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National Irrigation Administration
Huge week of racing at Ipswich track after rain
THE rain which drenched South East Queensland last week came at precisely the wrong time for the Ipswich Turf Club. The bulk of the rain, or approximately 60mm, came on Thursday afternoon and evening...
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Spiritual and religious events for week of Dec. 1...
... services Mount Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church: 2164 Mount Zion Road, Springettsbury Township, Advent service 7:30 p.m. Dec. 18 with Holy Communion. St. John's United...
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York Daily Record
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Fishing Line: Sustained run of steelhead come to ...
OROVILLE — The lake is at 32-percent capacity—up over 17 feet just this past week with the big rains! The low water ramp at Bidwell Marina reopened which is good news for boaters with 2-wheel...
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The Sacramento Bee
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MILL CREEK PARK
Your Christmas tree has lived through one hell of...
... people, concepts and issues shaping our digital world. WLLAMETTE VALLEY, OREGON — On a cool spring day in 2004, a chicken in Oregon pooped. Ten years later, you strap a Christmas tree to the...
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Flooded farmers expect buyouts
Stan Cochrane said he has yet to see an adjuster on his farmland for the 2011 flood. (BARTLEY KIVES / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS FILES ) Dozens of farmers who own land along the Assiniboine River...
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Tracking another cool night
... powerWild storm soaks California, thousands lose power A storm that's expected to pack heavy rain and hurricane force winds began pushing into Northern California, where residents are stocking...
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National Weather Service
15 Photographs That Will Open Your Eyes To The Wo...
DESCRIPTION: Hindu devotees throw vivid colour at each other to celebrate the start of spring during Lathmar Holi Festival. Hindu brahmans from the village of Nandgaon are covered in...
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Wednesday’s TV tips
Frank as he was lonely living alone, but, aided his heartache by visiting Mary every day,“Hail, rain or snow”. Along with residents, staff also express their views on their experience of working...
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Nashua takes step forward toward arts center real...
... who of the arts community, as well as politicos, educators and artists, braved wind and rain to attend a Tuesday discussion group about a proposed performing arts center for downtown...
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St. Mary’s group aims to help veterans with equin...
... help veterans reintegrate into the community and improve their lives. Counselor and horse trainer Julie Devine said that on average 22 veterans kill themselves every day, either by drug...
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Internal Revenue Service
Sturgeon on the move with best action in lower Su...
Sacramento— A trickle of salmon fishing has continued through Sacramento, but another flush of rain is expected and the river is likely to go higher again and muddy up. The river closes to salmon...
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MEGA GALLERY: The week in pictures
... week. Photo CHRIS SEABROOK - The Western Advocate. ORANGE: Craig Christopherson and his trainer Darren McGregor of Snap Fitness get in a last minute training session for today’s...
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Parish pump Lewes - December 5, 2014
... to provide toilet, dry food store and client’s reception and demonstration area at Wooton Farm, Novington Lane, was granted. 9 Hollycroft, East Chiltington, minor alterations to application...
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