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Isn't it ironic? Major LGBT summit being held in ...
New York provides gay marriage, as does Delaware. New Jersey has civil unions. Pennsylvania? "We stack up pretty pathetically, to be frank," says
, executive director of Harrisburg-based...
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NBA player puts ball in pro team sports’ court
In the arena of professional male sports, a National Basketball Association player announced Monday he is gay. The announcement is seen by some as opening the door wide for others — whether they be...
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Helping Out: Trevor Project offers hope to teens ...
Everywhere you look, people are changing their minds about gay marriage, and publically supporting LGBT loved ones and neighbors. Well, maybe not everywhere you look. "I go to a small rural school...
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Crane accident knocks out power in downtown Brans...
BRANSON, Mo. -- A crane tipped over on Monday morning, creating quite a mess in downtown. The crane was lifting a piece of refrigeration equipment at Mr. Ice Man, a business near the Branson Scenic...
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Students help restore Isle de Jean Charles
Students from Bourg Elementary, Pointe-aux-Chenes Elementary and Montegut Middle schools joined with volunteers Friday to plant marsh grass and deploy an experimental new restoration technology called...
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Looking back at Oroville and Butte County heroes
The Chico Record May 2, 1945 "Some Gave All" Paul Eutler Killed In Germany April 18 Tech. 5th Grade Paul L. Eutler, 21 son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Eutler of Rt. 1, Box 406, was killed in action in...
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Fort Irwin plans community ‘listening session’
BARSTOW• Brig. Gen.
, Commanding General of Fort Irwin and the National Training Center, will host a “community listening session” on Wednesday to discuss the reorganization and reduction of...
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