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WSB-TV 2 Atlanta
DeKalb changes schedule to avoid testing on religious holidaysThe DeKalb County School District has changed its testing schedule after concer
DeKalb changes schedule to avoid testing on religious holidays
WSB-TV 2 Atlanta / Posted 6 days ago
The DeKalb County School District has changed its testing schedule after concern over conflicts with Jewish holidays. The district originally scheduled the Iowa Tests of Basic Skills for Sept. 9-25. The test is used to identify gifted students. The... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Cubs hoping to avoid SI cover jinxKris Bryant and the Cubs made this week’s cover of Sports Illustrated, which co
Cubs hoping to avoid SI cover jinx
Chicago Tribune / Posted 6 days ago
Kris Bryant and the Cubs made this week’s cover of Sports Illustrated, which could be a very good or a very bad thing, depending on whether you believe in the famous SI cover jinx. Then again, it’s only a regional cover for issues sold in nine... Read more
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The Leader-Herald
Robert E. Green, 84, of Fonda, passed away peacefully on August 23, 2015, at St. Mary's Hospit
Robert E. Green
The Leader-Herald / Posted 6 days ago
, 84, of Fonda, passed away peacefully on August 23, 2015, at St. Mary's Hospital surrounded by his loving family. Born June 19, 1931, in Fort Plain, he was one of 15 children to the late George H. and Nellie May Ward Green. Robert... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Luke Ryan targets three wins to be in with a chance of titleCAPTAIN Luke Ryan believes Banbury will need to win all three of their remainin
Luke Ryan targets three wins to be in with a chance of title
Oxford Mail / Posted 10 days ago
CAPTAIN Luke Ryan believes Banbury will need to win all three of their remaining matches to stand a chance of winning the Division 1 title. Ryan’s team are three points behind leaders Henley – the only team to beat them this season. While the north... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Title challengers both win as Higgs maintains Thame leadTHAME Town set up a Division 1 title showdown with Great Brickhill next week, a
Title challengers both win as Higgs maintains Thame lead
Oxford Mail / Posted 12 days ago
THAME Town set up a Division 1 title showdown with Great Brickhill next week, after they eased to a 69-run win at Cumnor to maintain their 35-point lead at the top of the table. Thame won the toss and opted to bat first, but were bowled out inside... Read more
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express
KKK member planned X-ray death machine attack on Barack Obama, court hears A KU KLUX KLAN member planned to attack President Barack Obama using a remote
KKK member planned X-ray death machine attack on Barack Obama, court hears
express / Posted 12 days ago
A KU KLUX KLAN member planned to attack President Barack Obama using a remote-controlled X-ray machine hidden in a truck, a court has been told. Glendon Scott Crawford... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Klansman allegedly plotted to use 'death ray' on Obama, MuslimsALBANY, N.Y. - A Ku Klux Klan member conspired to use a remote-controlled X-ray
Klansman allegedly plotted to use 'death ray' on Obama, Muslims
Calgary Sun / Posted 13 days ago
ALBANY, N.Y. - A Ku Klux Klan member conspired to use a remote-controlled X-ray device hidden in a truck, which he called "Hiroshima on a light switch," as a weapon of mass destruction to harm Muslims and President Barack Obama, a prosecutor told... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Trial begins in Klansman’s X-ray plot against Muslims, ObamaALBANY, New York — A Ku Klux Klan member conspired to use a remote-controlled X
Trial begins in Klansman’s X-ray plot against Muslims, Obama
Bangor Daily News / Posted 13 days ago
ALBANY, New York — A Ku Klux Klan member conspired to use a remote-controlled X-ray device hidden in a truck, which he called “Hiroshima on a light switch,” as a weapon of mass destruction to harm Muslims and President Barack Obama, a prosecutor told... Read more
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The Intelligencer and Wheeling News-Register
Wiseman Leads Mohigans To Win John Marshall InviteJones Course at Oglebay Resort (Par 71) Morgantown 350, John Marshall 356, Har
Wiseman Leads Mohigans To Win John Marshall Invite
The Intelligencer and Wheeling News-Register / Posted 17 days ago
Jones Course at Oglebay Resort (Par 71) Morgantown 350, John Marshall 356, Harrison Central 360, Linsly 360, Steubenville 391 WHEELING-Cam Wiseman led Morgantown with an 81 as the Mohigans won the tournament. Stephen Green finished with an 84, Tee... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Forget The Fake Statistics: China Is A TinderboxSubmitted by Charles Hugh-Smith of OfTwoMinds blog, When China's tinderbox eco
Forget The Fake Statistics: China Is A Tinderbox
Zero Hedge / Posted 21 days ago
Submitted by Charles Hugh-Smith of OfTwoMinds blog, When China's tinderbox economy implodes, who will be left to bid up the world's surplus commodities and real estate? After 30 years of torrid expansion, perhaps the single most consequential... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Is China's 'Black Box' Economy About To Come Apart?After 30 years of torrid expansion, perhaps the single most consequential facto
Is China's 'Black Box' Economy About To Come Apart?
Zero Hedge / Posted 22 days ago
After 30 years of torrid expansion, perhaps the single most consequential factor in China’s economy is how much of it is a “black box”: a system with visible inputs and outputs whose internal workings are opaque. There are number of reasons for this... Read more
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Reading Evening Post
Some lovely memories of former referee Stephen GreenStephen Green, 55, was climbing Leith Hill as part of the RideLondon-Surrey eve
Some lovely memories of former referee Stephen Green
Reading Evening Post / Posted 26 days ago
Stephen Green, 55, was climbing Leith Hill as part of the RideLondon-Surrey event when he collapsed just before midday on Sunday, August 2. He received medical attention from emergency services and an air ambulance but died at the scene. Since his... Read more
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Reading Evening Post
Stephen Green fundraising page nears £12,000 after RideLondon tragedyEx-Reading referee Stephen Green who died during RideLondon at the weekend was
Stephen Green fundraising page nears £12,000 after RideLondon tragedy
Reading Evening Post / Posted 27 days ago
Ex-Reading referee Stephen Green who died during RideLondon at the weekend was a "lovely guy", the head of the charity he was fundraising for has said. The 55-year-old husband and father from Reading, who also took part in RideLondon in 2013, was... Read more
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Evening Standard
Pictured: Father who died of suspected heart attack during RideLondon eventStephen Green, 55, from Reading, collapsed while riding up the lower section of
Pictured: Father who died of suspected heart attack during RideLondon event
Evening Standard / Posted 27 days ago
Stephen Green, 55, from Reading, collapsed while riding up the lower section of Leith Hill, near Dorking in Surrey, on Sunday morning. He was one of more than 25,000 cyclists taking part in the Prudential RideLondon 100 mile ride from London to... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Inspirational stories spur on riders to complete 100 mile RideLondon challenge 2015Tyres burned rubber and saddles shook as 25,000 cyclists thundered through the
Inspirational stories spur on riders to complete 100 mile RideLondon challenge 2015
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 28 days ago
Tyres burned rubber and saddles shook as 25,000 cyclists thundered through the capital and Surrey at the weekend for the annual RideLondon challenge. Cyclists whizz round the corner by Elys in Wimbledon Roads normally used to the roar of passing... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Inspirational stories spur on riders to complete 100 mile RideLondon challenge 2015Tyres burned rubber and saddles shook as 25,000 cyclists thundered through the
Inspirational stories spur on riders to complete 100 mile RideLondon challenge 2015
Croydon Guardian / Posted 28 days ago
Tyres burned rubber and saddles shook as 25,000 cyclists thundered through the capital and Surrey at the weekend for the annual RideLondon challenge. Cyclists whizz round the corner by Elys in Wimbledon Roads normally used to the roar of passing... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Inspirational stories spur on riders to complete 100 mile RideLondon challenge 2015Tyres burned rubber and saddles shook as 25,000 cyclists thundered through the
Inspirational stories spur on riders to complete 100 mile RideLondon challenge 2015
Kingston Guardian / Posted 28 days ago
Tyres burned rubber and saddles shook as 25,000 cyclists thundered through the capital and Surrey at the weekend for the annual RideLondon challenge. Cyclists whizz round the corner by Elys in Wimbledon Roads normally used to the roar of passing... Read more
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Surrey Advertiser
'He died doing something he loved': Tribute to RideLondon cyclistMr Green also rode at the inaugural RideLondon in 2013 and, together with his w
'He died doing something he loved': Tribute to RideLondon cyclist
Surrey Advertiser / Posted 28 days ago
Mr Green also rode at the inaugural RideLondon in 2013 and, together with his wife and children, had taken part in the FreeCycle event in central London on Saturday (August 1). He was given emergency medical attention on the lower part of the Leith... Read more
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