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KX TV North Dakota
Family's summer project: See all Bismarck's parksscavenger hunt this summer: They're searching out all the urban green space in
Family's summer project: See all Bismarck's parks
KX TV North Dakota / Posted 17 hours ago
scavenger hunt this summer: They're searching out all the urban green space in the city. Thompson residents voting on $10M school expansion projectThompson residents voting on $10M school expansion project Voters in the Thompson school district... Read more
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KX TV North Dakota
Thompson residents voting on $10M school expansion projectscavenger hunt this summer: They're searching out all the urban green space in
Thompson residents voting on $10M school expansion project
KX TV North Dakota / Posted 17 hours ago
scavenger hunt this summer: They're searching out all the urban green space in the city. Voters in the Thompson school district... Read more
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The Cass County Democrat Missourian
Three sheriff candidates look to fill Dwight Diehl’s roleas an uncertified deputy in the jail, where he mopped floors. He was born in C
Three sheriff candidates look to fill Dwight Diehl’s role
The Cass County Democrat Missourian / Posted 4 days ago
as an uncertified deputy in the jail, where he mopped floors. He was born in Cass County and graduated from Belton High School in 1994. His father served in the military and his brother went into federal law enforcement. Diehl is publicly... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
Kingsport City Schools announces administrative appointments for upcoming school yearKingsport City Schools has announced its full slate of school administrative ap
Kingsport City Schools announces administrative appointments for upcoming school year
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted 4 days ago
Kingsport City Schools has announced its full slate of school administrative appointments for the 2016-2017 school year. “As we look toward the upcoming school year, I am extremely excited about the administrative team in place to lead our district... Read more
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The New Yorker
The Libertarians’ Secret Weaponin a CNN town-hall special, which, it was later estimated, was seen by almost a
The Libertarians’ Secret Weapon
The New Yorker / Posted 7 days ago
in a CNN town-hall special, which, it was later estimated, was seen by almost a million people. The stakes for Johnson were high. When pollsters include Johnson with Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton in their surveys, he has been the choice of... Read more
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The Lexington Dispatch
In the footsteps of Teddy RooseveltForty-one years ago, I helped a law school classmate drive his car from Chicago
In the footsteps of Teddy Roosevelt
The Lexington Dispatch / Posted 11 days ago
Forty-one years ago, I helped a law school classmate drive his car from Chicago to his home in Portland, Oregon, for the summer. It was my first trip west of the Mississippi River, and it opened the entire country for me. We followed Interstate 90,... Read more
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The Trinidad Guardian
Brian: I wanted to be just like dadthings, a small clock and a Bible. I still have both to this day. He said these
Brian: I wanted to be just like dad
The Trinidad Guardian / Posted 15 days ago
things, a small clock and a Bible. I still have both to this day. He said these were all I would need to be successful in school and in life,” he said. Manning said he told his father he would also need money. His father responded he needed a... Read more
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Salem News
COMMUNITY HAPPENINGS EVENTS, ACTIVITIES AND MORE...LISBON - David Anderson High School Class of 1956 will host its 60th-year reuni
COMMUNITY HAPPENINGS EVENTS, ACTIVITIES AND MORE...
Salem News / Posted 15 days ago
LISBON - David Anderson High School Class of 1956 will host its 60th-year reunion at 5:30 p.m. Aug. 6 at Mark's Landing at Guilford Lake. Reservations are not necessary. For more information call 330-482-3504. Kiwanis antique, craft show set July... Read more
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Salon.com
The deep roots of “white trash” in America: “Not only are we not a post-racial society, we are certainly not a post-class society”of being in the middle class. The pedigree issue, not only does it raise the i
The deep roots of “white trash” in America: “Not only are we not a post-racial society, we are certainly not a post-class society”
Salon.com / Posted 15 days ago
of being in the middle class. The pedigree issue, not only does it raise the importance of the eugenics movement – and I highlight that this wasn’t a marginal movement, it was promoted by academics, politicians, prominent speakers, president... Read more
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Marshall Independent
Prairie Schooner newspaper publisherthe Indian attack and having his wound dressed, he returned on a fresh horse to
Prairie Schooner newspaper publisher
Marshall Independent / Posted 27 days ago
the Indian attack and having his wound dressed, he returned on a fresh horse to his traveling party. Ervin attended schools in California, learning his Latin and Greek while herding cattle north of San Francisco Bay. By age 17 he had... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
Shelter Island Reporter obituaries: Duo, Hall, Madden, SchneiderHospital (ELIH). She was instrumental in establishing and maintaining the hospi
Shelter Island Reporter obituaries: Duo, Hall, Madden, Schneider
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 27 days ago
Hospital (ELIH). She was instrumental in establishing and maintaining the hospital gift shop. She was the recipient of the Theodore Roosevelt Award in 2004 to honor her outstanding volunteerism and her steadfast commitment to her community... Read more
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Marshall Independent
Joseph Clark Ervin was the pioneer newspaperman of Marshall, establishing the Prairie Schooner in August of 1873. Two years later he sold the paper to C.F. Case, who changed the name to Marshall Messenger. This was sold to C.C. Whitney in 1885, who conso - News, Sports, Jobthe Indian attack and having his wound dressed, he returned on a fresh horse to
Joseph Clark Ervin was the pioneer newspaperman of Marshall, establishing the Prairie Schooner in August of 1873. Two years later he sold the paper to C.F. Case, who changed the name to Marshall Messenger. This was sold to C.C. Whitney in 1885, who conso - News, Sports, Job
Marshall Independent / Posted 28 days ago
the Indian attack and having his wound dressed, he returned on a fresh horse to his traveling party. Ervin attended schools in California, learning his Latin and Greek while herding cattle north of San Francisco Bay. By age 17 he had... Read more
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Breitbart
Forgotten History: How American Presidents from Washington to Lincoln Agree with Trump on Tradeproducer the slave. Protection is but the law of nature, the law of self-preser
Forgotten History: How American Presidents from Washington to Lincoln Agree with Trump on Trade
Breitbart / Posted 28 days ago
producer the slave. Protection is but the law of nature, the law of self-preservation, of self-development, of securing the highest and best destiny of the race of man,” said Republican President William McKinley. “[Free trade] destroys the dignity... Read more
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Connecticut Post
The 6 Books Shark Tank's Daymond John Wants You to ReadThis article originally published on September 26, 2015. When Daymond John was
The 6 Books Shark Tank's Daymond John Wants You to Read
Connecticut Post / Posted a month ago
This article originally published on September 26, 2015. When Daymond John was in elementary school in Queens, N.Y., he had to read books four times over to retain what they said. Now, at 46, he says he still has to reread them several times --... Read more
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The News-Times
The 6 Books Shark Tank's Daymond John Wants You to ReadThis article originally published on September 26, 2015. When Daymond John was
The 6 Books Shark Tank's Daymond John Wants You to Read
The News-Times / Posted a month ago
This article originally published on September 26, 2015. When Daymond John was in elementary school in Queens, N.Y., he had to read books four times over to retain what they said. Now, at 46, he says he still has to reread them several times --... Read more

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