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Henderson kids participating in early childhood e...
Researchers from Chicago will be doing a study on pre-schoolers in Henderson, and the goal is to underscore and better understand the importance of early childhood education. The group from the...
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the University of Chicago
University of Chicago
State to boost spending on transit projects
Transportation bills approved by the 2013 General Assembly not only boost transit and rail project funding, they require a new method for figuring out how much money states will provide to transit...
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Commonwealth Transportation Board
Roberts hits Washburn on listening tour
Sen. Pat Roberts took time out of his schedule Wednesday morning for a “listening session” with Washburn University student leaders, answering questions that ranged from his stance on governmental...
Read more at The Topeka Capital-Journal
Marriage Licenses for Terrebonne Parish: Nov. 23,...
... Marriage Licenses for Terrebonne Parish: Nov. 23, 2013 • Ashley N Romero, 530 Sugar Plum St, Houma; Born: 5/31/1988; Occp: Receptionist & Joshua N Watts, 530 Sugar Plum...
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TV Land's 'Kirstie' is just plain bad
I really like Kirstie Alley. I wanted to like her new sitcom, Kirstie (Wednesday, 11 and 11:30 p.m., TV Land). But it's terrible. A throwback to '70s sitcoms in the worst possible way. With an...
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Big Fat Gypsy Wedding: Thelma Madine loses employ...
Designer Leanne Phillips is set for a compensation payout after winning her employment tribunal against Big Fat Gypsy Wedding boss
Madine. Just weeks after the last episode of the flamboyant...
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Arnold R. Greenhill
Arnold R. Greenhill, 66, of Shawano, peacefully passed away at his home on Saturday evening, Nov. 30, after a long and valiant battle with multiple myeloma. The son of Harold and Evelyn (Melgaard)...
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DELMAR MUENSTER JR.
Delmar George Muenster Jr. passed away Sunday, November 25, 2013 in San Antonio, Texas at the age of 77 years. He was born April 9, 1936 in Bexar County to Delmar George Muenster Sr. and
Read more at Pleasanton Express
Family of man killed for his Dr Dre headphones ca...
Family of 'gentle giant' killed for his Dr Dre headphones can't afford to bury him - or even get his body from the morgue Christian Massey, 21, was shot fives times in Philadelphia on...
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Daniel Thomas Stout
Daniel Thomas Stout, 65, of Lowell, died Saturday (Nov. 30, 2013) at his home. He was born Feb. 1, 1948, in Wichita Falls, Kansas. He was a 1968 graduate of Fort Frye High School. Dan had worked in...
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The Marietta Times
The Marietta Times
Fort Frye High School
‘Kirstie,’ TV review
TV Land continues to make sitcoms like they used to make ’em, and Kirstie Alley’s return has a lot of sparkle. As in the past, Alley plays the kind of character who dominates a room. She’s also...
Read more at New York Daily News
Cooks are a big reason for restaurant success
Cooks are a big reason for restaurant successPublished 5:46pm Tuesday, December 3, 2013 Have you ever thought how important a cook is to a restaurant or eating establishment? There was a favorite...
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2013 Christmas Appeal News for Corpus Christi, TX...
Moving 40 minutes away from home may not seem like a drastic change, but it may have been just what
and her family needed to move on with their lives. Nicole Garza, 34, thought she had taken...
Read more at Corpus Christi Caller-Times
Bright lights, wooden cutouts create popular coun...
Try looking on them as down home folks bringing peace on earth or a yuletide “Duck Dynasty” without the beards. Travis Wetherington of 6050 U.S. 17, about five miles south of Vanceboro, has been...
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Desperate dreams of Cape’s matrics
Konwaba Nkone's hopes for the future have not dimmed despite a tight job market. Picture: Cindy Waxa School’s out for summer – school’s out forever. But what’s next? This is the predicament facing 48...
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TV Land's 'Kirstie' recycles sitcom stars and jok...
A Broadway diva! As in a woman who has made a career starring in hit Broadway plays, a feat that was becoming rare even when Bette Davis played Margo Channing. Who is this Madison "Maddie" Banks that...
Read more at Los Angeles Times
Dec. 10, 1919-Nov. 25, 2013 GRANITE?FALLS?- Graveside services for
L. Puelston will take place this coming spring in Milroy. Sign online guestbook: www.wingbain.com. She died Monday, Nov. 25,...
Read more at Marshall Independent
UC Hansen Trust sale may lead to agricultural res...
An agricultural research center could be created from proceeds of a sale of Ventura land by the University of California Hansen Trust. Christopher Smith, director of the Hansen Agricultural Research...
Read more at Ventura County Star
Intersection re-opens following deadly accident
TUCSON - The intersection of 22nd and Kolb has re-opened following a deadly accident Monday afternoon. Police say 71-year-old
Torrez died in the crash after being partially ejected from a...
Read more at KVOA Tucson
Top 10 movie heroines
MOVIES have traditionally been male dominated, with most female characters portrayed as the sexy sidekick, love struck, or needing saving. But there are some female characters in movies that don't...
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