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2014/10/25 08:35
2014/10/25 08:35
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It was 1908 and a fellow named Tell Taylor had an idea for a sentimental love song about a boy, a girl and a mill stream where they met. It evoked for many in a rapidly industrializing America a...
2014/10/25 08:35
2014/10/25 08:35
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2014/10/25 08:34
2014/10/25 08:34
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PREP FOOTBALLCLASS 6A Abilene 24, Midland Lee 17 Aldine 33, Aldine Nimitz 15 Alief Hastings 25, Fort Bend Clements 24 Allen 63, Lewisville Flower Mound 17 Amarillo 42, Lubbock Monterey...
2014/10/25 04:10
2014/10/25 04:10
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The Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach has given Alexander Ives a new title and more responsibility. Ives, a third-generation Palm Beach resident, was named president of the 1,500-member...
2014/10/25 03:10
2014/10/25 03:10
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Julie Kammerer of Palm Beach and formerly of Southampton, N.Y., died on Sunday, Oct. 12, 2014, at Southampton Hospital. She was 84. She was born on July 25, 1930, the daughter of Paul and Agnes...
2014/10/25 03:06
2014/10/25 03:06
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AUSTIN, Texas — A frigate carrying French colonists to the New World that sank in a storm off the Texas coast more than 300 years ago is being reassembled into a display that archeologists hope will...
2014/10/24 21:27
2014/10/24 21:27
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WILLIAMS LAKE, B.C. - Grand Chief Ed John was a young lawyer when he spoke more than 30 years ago at the University of Victoria's new law-school building named after Matthew Begbie, British Columbia's...
2014/10/24 18:48
2014/10/24 18:48
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This is the moment that the Farne Island’s latest youngster poked its head into the world for the first time - and received a kiss from its mum. Captured on camera, the latest addition joined the...
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2014/10/24 18:24
2014/10/24 18:24
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BY JACK SHORT - The Boca Grande Club’s new head pro, David Contois, doesn’t seem exactly like a tennis player. A little intense maybe. But then again maybe tennis players are more intense than they...
2014/10/24 15:21
2014/10/24 15:21
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One-way trip to Mars? Let's do it, says Buzz Aldrin: Apollo 11 astronaut says bringing people back isn't worth the money Buzz Aldrin says the first Mars crews should remain on the red planet He says...
2014/10/24 14:04
2014/10/24 14:04
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It would be intellectually dishonest to reflect on the British House of Commons vote of Monday, 13 October, on a Palestinian state without digging deeper into history. Regardless of the meaning of the...
2014/10/24 13:14
2014/10/24 13:14
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This week, the national ACLU has gotten involved. The group is suing Miami-Dade County in federal court, demanding a permanent injunction against the law. At the root of the problem are Miami's sex...
2014/10/24 12:51
2014/10/24 12:51
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British tourist savagely mauled by one of Gibraltar's famous apes A BRITISH tourist needed 40 stitches after being savagely mauled by one of Gibraltar's famous apes. An alpha-male leapt on Stuart...
2014/10/24 12:39
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... —A combined team of researchers from Nagoya University and the University of Tokyo has discovered that a certain type of fern plant communicates with others of its kind using pheromones as...
2014/10/24 02:43
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The city of Madison is abuzz over a rapid population decline of honeybees — and has created a bee task force to stop it. The task force will consist of members from various city departments,...
2014/10/24 02:12
2014/10/24 02:12
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The Butchalla people who thrived on its shores for at least 5,000 years call the place K’gari. Literally, “paradise”. Almost everyone else knows the island by the surname of a shipwrecked Scottish...
2014/10/23 23:38
2014/10/23 23:38
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When Missouri coach Bryan Blitz discusses his three senior soccer players, there is a recurring word: proud. Blitz said he’s proud of McKenzie Sauerwein, Kaysie Clark and Taylor Grant and the way...
2014/10/23 23:19
2014/10/23 23:19
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THE bats which moved into Albury’s Botanic Gardens 12 months ago could soon be legally subjected to a “shoot-to-kill” policy. Bats have been moved from the Botanic Gardens. Picture: KYLIE ESLER THE...
2014/10/23 19:42
2014/10/23 19:42
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The environmental charity Friends of the Earth has launched legal action to try to stop the government from ordering the capture of a family of beavers living in the wild in Devon. FoE lawyers have...
2014/10/23 13:47
2014/10/23 13:47
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MORE than 40,000 bats roosting in Sydney’s Centennial Parklands — which attracts 20 million visitors a year — will not be moved on despite a recent case of lyssavirus. The bats are now at their...
2014/10/22 06:00
2014/10/22 06:00
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The Wayanad district administration is preparing a master plan for the comprehensive development of the tribespeople under the Sugandhagiri project at Lakkidi. The plan is being prepared as a part of...
2014/10/25 08:35
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