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2014/04/13 02:41
2014/04/13 02:41
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The only question that remains is how come a guy this talented, entertaining and full of ideas isn’t as rich and famous as, say, Prince? —Dale Anderson (Artvoice, 1996) Mark Freeland, one of...
2014/04/13 02:41
2014/04/13 02:41
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2014/04/12 01:22
2014/04/12 01:22
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FOR WHAT IT’S WORTH: The Sox-Yankee rivalry needs a good controversy, something to light the fire again. Because now it seems a little muted. Maybe that’s because a few years back it was like...
2014/04/10 22:26
2014/04/10 22:26
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... after an outbreak of violence in downtown Louisville, city leaders continue to reassure the public that the city is safe -- but some people we spoke with are still concerned. Most...
2014/04/10 16:11
2014/04/10 16:11
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Palmetto Painters, an SC Chapter of the Society of Decorative Painters, will meet Saturday, April 12, 10 a.m., Hospice of Tri- County, SC Oncology Building, 166 Stoneridge Drive. 781-2340 or...
2014/04/10 08:00
2014/04/10 08:00
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... : Miah Bunyan, five, front, with aunt Kayleigh Shaw and campaigners, including Nigel Gibson, in the blue-and-white shirt, at Temple Cowley Pools CAMPAIGNERS have scored a victory in their fight...
2014/04/08 23:26
2014/04/08 23:26
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Getting an oil change Wednesday, April 9 will help more than just your car. Proceeds will benefit the horse therapy program "Opening Gates," as therapists are looking to reach more local children...
2014/04/04 16:59
2014/04/04 16:59
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Story Museum opens a magical new chapter Rebekah Lidwell finishes off the signs The biggest story in Oxford right now is unfolding in a former telephone exchange, hidden from public view. But...
2014/04/04 07:48
2014/04/04 07:48
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By Rene Romo New Mexico In Depth Scott Chandler, the owner of a controversial youth program that’s under investigation, described Bruce Staeger, 18, as a “fellow brother” whose death Sept. 23 in a...
2014/04/02 05:59
2014/04/02 05:59
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... tales from 1,001 Arabian Nights. Stories for Survival began last night at East Oxford’s Pegasus Theatre and will run to Saturday. Youngsters aged six and over are performing modern and...
Oxford Ali Baba
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2014/04/01 12:56
2014/04/01 12:56
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The Clinton School of Public Service invited public officials to its campus in Little Rock on Monday to discuss what they may have learned from the March 29, 2013, spill in Mayflower. "You're never...
2014/04/01 01:46
2014/04/01 01:46
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The Clinton School hosted a panel discussion Monday afternoon commemorating the one year anniversary of ExxonMobil’s oil spill in Mayflower. In attendance: CongressmanTim Griffin, Attorney...
2014/03/26 23:11
2014/03/26 23:11
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Down the Stretch with Sherlene Shanklin: The Kentucky Derby Festival will take you back to Old School and R&B. They are coming down I-71 from the Buckeye State to the Bluegrass State. Its the Ohio...
2014/03/25 22:57
2014/03/25 22:57
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LITTLE ROCK — A panel discussion is scheduled next week on the effects of the Mayflower oil spill one year after the pipeline rupture. Monday's event at the Clinton School of Public Service will...
2014/03/25 19:41
2014/03/25 19:41
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Teachers' strike: lists of Oxfordshire schools closed and partially closed on Wednesday, March 26 Teacher's strike: lists of Oxfordshire schools closed and partially closed on Wednesday, March...
2014/03/24 10:12
2014/03/24 10:12
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... Venezuelan chocolate — from a single-bean origin, not blended with beans from around the world. From Venezuelan and organic to old-fashioned and artisanal chocolates, Central Oregon...
2014/03/23 21:49
2014/03/23 21:49
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The sixth and seventh graders from Collingswood spent months building a vehicle that would move on its own during their eight minutes in the spotlight. The seven children had just one problem with...
2014/03/21 06:59
2014/03/21 06:59
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Learning scheme for low-achieving Oxford schools is hailed a success 6:30am Friday 21st March 2014 in News By Sophie Scott, Education Reporter, also covering East Oxford and Cowley. Call me on...
2014/03/21 06:41
2014/03/21 06:41
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Universities step in to help schools improve OXFORD University is spearheading a new drive to raise standards at schools in some of the city’s most disadvantaged areas. A historic town-gown...
2014/03/20 18:34
2014/03/20 18:34
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Steer and Holt joined pupils from Court Farm in Erdington and Pegasus Primary in Castle Vale at the Library of Birmingham - in an event organised to encourage kids to do more reading. The goalkeeper...
2014/03/20 15:34
2014/03/20 15:34
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This is according to a new study led by researchers at the University of East Anglia and published today, 20 March, in IOP Publishing’s journal Environmental Research Letters, which has, for the first...
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