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Herbert Walum, 77
Herbert Walum of Brinnon Aug. 14, 1936 to Dec. 7, 2013 Herbert Walum of Brinnon, Wash. died on Dec. 7, 2013 in Bremerton, where he had been born 77 years earlier on Aug. 14, 1936. He was raised in...
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New Utah education group plan ignites data concer...
SALT LAKE CITY -- Even with concerns that sensitive data could be at risk, Utah lawmakers want to move ahead with creating another education group and amending the rules of another. In action taken...
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Hitting the road: Tami Neilson (Neilson Family Ba...
What is your preferred mode of travel for the summer tour? I'm being a bit spoiled and flying out and back on the weekends for this tour so I can be home with my little one during the week (and...
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Study: Many police officers don't wear seat belts...
While 86 percent of Americans now wear seat belts, an upcoming study that will be published by California's Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training estimates that roughly half of law...
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New poll finds Californians can agree on one thing
Hughes was born in California, lived in Texas and said there's no comparison when it comes to which is a better place to live. "I wouldn't want to live anywhere else," Hughes...
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Parallel careers with Fairfield Fire Department c...
Parallel careers with Fairfield Fire Department come to end They came into the fire service together and now, three decades later, two Fairfield Fire Department employees are calling it a career...
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Tax breaks and the power of inertia
In a vote that illustrates a continuing dilemma for state politicians,a legislative committee on Wednesday saved a tax break for dentists — the only recommendation to get rid of a tax exemption put...
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No 'free pass' for S. Korea into TPP: Overby
WASHINGTON, Dec. 11 (Yonhap) -- South Korea should not be granted a 'free pass' to enter the U.S.-led Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) unless it fully implements the bilateral free trade agreement...
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News Times Peggy Jean Valkenburg
Peggy was born December 12, 1928 in Delta, Utah and lived in Newport, Oregon for many years. She was known for the number of miles she walked. In her 70th year, she walked 700 miles. She is survived...
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Local 4-H members earn championships at Pennsylva...
Over 800 youth with 969 horses participated in performance and production classes and special events at the 54th Annual Pennsylvania State 4-H Horse Show, Harrisburg. The state show is the final...
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Christmas Celebration raises money for BLAS
More than 100 people turned out for the Basehor Chamber of Commerce Christmas Celebration on Dec. 5 held at the Falcon Lakes Golf Club and the event raised more than $1,600 for Basehor-Linwood...
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Valley Isle Scoreboard
ALOHA FRIDAY LEAGUE Friday's Results At Maui Bowling Center Team standings-Tan's 4, Mary's 4, Richard's 3-1/2, Celine's 3, Lee's 2, Fred B's 2, Fred C's 1, Kimo's 1/2, Patsy's 0. High series...
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Dedham Council on Aging news
The COA has two handicapped accessible vehicles, a 14- and seven-passenger van. Both vans offer curbside transportation to local medical appointments, shopping and for special trips. Transportation...
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Heroes, victims remembered a year after Clackamas...
PORTLAND -- A year after a gunman terrified shoppers in the Clackamas Town Center, firing wildly and killing two people, then himself, people are honoring the victims in many ways. Candles will be...
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Sebelius orders review of Obamacare website woes
WASHINGTON, DC– Call it a pre-emptive strike. Hours ahead of her appearance Wednesday before a House subcommittee certain to grill her on the botched launch of the Obamacare website, Health and Human...
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Bricolage's Animated Holidaze
The last show of the fifth season of Bricolage's Midnight Radio series, AnimatedHolidaze, is a dash through the cartoons of Christmas past, re-scored and voiced by Midnight Radio regulars and directed...
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Centennial celebration held for Hazleton City Hall
Community leaders turned back the clock in Hazleton on Tuesday at a centennial celebration for City Hall. Mayor Joseph Yannuzzi led festivities that recognized the building, which was originally...
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Mountain View Cemetery
Horses with a Mission provides therapeutic riding...
GROVELAND — Before Ryliegh Coy met Comanche she wanted nothing to do with animals. Now, she can't get enough of this gentle giant. Ryliegh, who is 5 and severely autistic, has been riding Comanche, a...
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Martial arts students advance
These students have completed the first stage of development at Nepper’s Martial Science Academy in Sandusky. Front row, left to right, Rachel Pardy and Landon Pardy of Snover, and Dylan Scudder of...
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Marlene K. Harter, 1950
CORTLAND - Marlene "Marti" Kay Harter, 63, of Cortland, died unexpectedly at 8:46 p.m. Monday, Dec. 9, 2013, at St. Joseph Health Center in Warren . She was born April 24, 1950, in Gassaway, W.Va.,...
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