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Columbia Star
May 27, 2016lease Unit 509, Jaquan Simpson, items per lease Unit 605, Tansha Ruff, items pe
May 27, 2016
Columbia Star / Posted 3 days ago
lease Unit 509, Jaquan Simpson, items per lease Unit 605, Tansha Ruff, items per lease National Association, PLAINTIFF, Theresa A. Barnes a/k/a Theresa Anne Barnes; and Arbor Springs Homeowners` Association,... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
HS SOFTBALL: Dunmore wins seventh straightGuinane allowed three hits and struck out 11 and also had two hits and a run sc
HS SOFTBALL: Dunmore wins seventh straight
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 3 days ago
Guinane allowed three hits and struck out 11 and also had two hits and a run scored to lead the top-seeded Lady Meteors. Theresa McNamara tripled, scored a run and drove in one for Montrose. Grace Perechinsky had two hits, including a home run,... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Sports - The Times-TribuneGuinane allowed three hits and struck out 11 and also had two hits and a run sc
Sports - The Times-Tribune
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 3 days ago
Guinane allowed three hits and struck out 11 and also had two hits and a run scored to lead the top-seeded Lady Meteors. Theresa McNamara tripled, scored a run and drove in one for Montrose. Grace Perechinsky had two hits, including a home run,... Read more
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KESQ Palm Springs
Alleged molestation victim files complaint against DSUSDcounts of lewd acts on a child and and four misdemeanor counts of molesting a c
Alleged molestation victim files complaint against DSUSD
KESQ Palm Springs / Posted 3 days ago
counts of lewd acts on a child and and four misdemeanor counts of molesting a child. Bryan taught fourth grade at Gerald Ford Elementary in Indian Wells. Bryan also ran the math club. Now one of the victims is in the process of suing Desert Sands... Read more
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The Iron Mountain Daily News
Winners announced in Michigan APME newspaper contestPress, "Put the Shirt On is No Hail to the Victors"; 3, John Niyo, The Detroit
Winners announced in Michigan APME newspaper contest
The Iron Mountain Daily News / Posted 6 days ago
Press, "Put the Shirt On is No Hail to the Victors"; 3, John Niyo, The Detroit News. Best Illustration or Graphic: 1, Ryan Ford, Detroit Free Press, "400!"; 2, Tim Summers, The Detroit News, "Foreclosure Meltdown"; 3, Tim Summers, The Detroit News,... Read more
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The Daily Mining Gazette
Winners announced in Michigan APME newspaper contestPress, "Put the Shirt On is No Hail to the Victors"; 3, John Niyo, The Detroit
Winners announced in Michigan APME newspaper contest
The Daily Mining Gazette / Posted 6 days ago
Press, "Put the Shirt On is No Hail to the Victors"; 3, John Niyo, The Detroit News. Best Illustration or Graphic: 1, Ryan Ford, Detroit Free Press, "400!"; 2, Tim Summers, The Detroit News, "Foreclosure Meltdown"; 3, Tim Summers, The Detroit News,... Read more
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The Escanaba Daily Press
Winners announced in Michigan APME newspaper contestPress, "Put the Shirt On is No Hail to the Victors"; 3, John Niyo, The Detroit
Winners announced in Michigan APME newspaper contest
The Escanaba Daily Press / Posted 6 days ago
Press, "Put the Shirt On is No Hail to the Victors"; 3, John Niyo, The Detroit News. Best Illustration or Graphic: 1, Ryan Ford, Detroit Free Press, "400!"; 2, Tim Summers, The Detroit News, "Foreclosure Meltdown"; 3, Tim Summers, The Detroit News,... Read more
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The Alpena News
Winners announced in Michigan APME newspaper contestPress, "Put the Shirt On is No Hail to the Victors"; 3, John Niyo, The Detroit
Winners announced in Michigan APME newspaper contest
The Alpena News / Posted 6 days ago
Press, "Put the Shirt On is No Hail to the Victors"; 3, John Niyo, The Detroit News. Best Illustration or Graphic: 1, Ryan Ford, Detroit Free Press, "400!"; 2, Tim Summers, The Detroit News, "Foreclosure Meltdown"; 3, Tim Summers, The Detroit News,... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
United Way hopes campaign is 'one in a million'program, too. "For the first time, Independence Toyota is participating, along
United Way hopes campaign is 'one in a million'
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 7 days ago
program, too. "For the first time, Independence Toyota is participating, along with the other association members, Barber Ford, Berger Family Dealerships, Fairway Chevrolet Subaru, Tunnessen's and Kress Auto Wreckers," Ward said. And this year,... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
£2.5bn package will help free people from grip of gangs, pledges Villiers Secretary of State Theresa Villiers The "malign influence" of paramilitary g
£2.5bn package will help free people from grip of gangs, pledges Villiers
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 8 days ago
Secretary of State Theresa Villiers The "malign influence" of paramilitary groups in local communities is to be tackled - freeing people from their terrorist grip, according... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Gerry Adams: Sinn Féin focused on securing full Stormont executivewill succeed." The future of the Stormont Assembly hinges on the establishment
Gerry Adams: Sinn Féin focused on securing full Stormont executive
Irish Examiner / Posted 9 days ago
will succeed." The future of the Stormont Assembly hinges on the establishment of a full executive. The North’s Secretary Theresa Villiers has set a deadline of Wednesday and warned she could trigger fresh elections if one is not formed. Both the... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Gerry Adams: Sinn Fein focused on securing full Stormont executivesucceed." The future of the Stormont Assembly hinges on the establishment of a
Gerry Adams: Sinn Fein focused on securing full Stormont executive
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
succeed." The future of the Stormont Assembly hinges on the establishment of a full executive. Northern Ireland Secretary Theresa Villiers has set a deadline of Wednesday and warned she could trigger fresh elections if one is not formed. Both the... Read more
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The Brockton Enterprise
Real estate sales in the Brockton area, May 20to Tonia Coburn, 4 Nancy Road #9, $203,000MansfieldA. Randolph McDougall and De
Real estate sales in the Brockton area, May 20
The Brockton Enterprise / Posted 9 days ago
to Tonia Coburn, 4 Nancy Road #9, $203,000MansfieldA. Randolph McDougall and Debra C. McDougall to Edward R. Woods and Theresa A. Dillon, 9-11 Coral St., $355,000Michael C. Mullahy and Josslyn C. Mullahy to Sridhar Gopalachary and Harini... Read more
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The Escanaba Daily Press
Louise ‘Mim‘ CarlsonDr. Dean Carlson and Dr. Connie (Dr. Jonathan) Smith, dear sister of Alice (Dr.
Louise ‘Mim‘ Carlson
The Escanaba Daily Press / Posted 10 days ago
Dr. Dean Carlson and Dr. Connie (Dr. Jonathan) Smith, dear sister of Alice (Dr. Joseph) Mottillo, Monica Jodocy, and Sister Theresa Jodocy. Preceded in death by brothers Fr. Matthias, Giles, and Marcel Jodocy; aunt of several nieces and... Read more
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The Escanaba Daily Press
Birth Announcementswas 19 inches in length at birth. He will join a sister, Lillian, at home. Sa
Birth Announcements
The Escanaba Daily Press / Posted 10 days ago
was 19 inches in length at birth. He will join a sister, Lillian, at home. Samson's grandparents are Dwayne (Dewey) and Theresa Klein of Harris, Peggy Bartel of Escanaba, and Larry and Lisa Bartel of Ford River. His great-grandparents are Helen... Read more
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Lee's Summit Journal
7 staff members retiringView Elementary teacher; Roz Dwyer, Westview Elementary teacher; Ed Fitchie, Le
7 staff members retiring
Lee's Summit Journal / Posted 11 days ago
View Elementary teacher; Roz Dwyer, Westview Elementary teacher; Ed Fitchie, Lee’s Summit West High School custodian; Cora Ford, Facilities Services custodian; Greg Foreman, Highland Park Elementary teacher; Vicki Franklin, Highland Park Elementary... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
HS SOFTBALL: Riverside clinches tie for Division III crownand four RBIs to lead the Spartanettes. Winning pitcher Mia Pawelski had two h
HS SOFTBALL: Riverside clinches tie for Division III crown
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 12 days ago
and four RBIs to lead the Spartanettes. Winning pitcher Mia Pawelski had two hits and two RBIs for Mid Valley and Mariah Ford had two hits, including a double, two runs and one RBI. Jordyn Flynn had two hits, including a double, two RBIs and one... Read more
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The Morning Call
Scene: Colorful masquerade ball benefits St. Luke'sMcQueen, Samantha Alexander, Shirlee Neumeyer, Siobhan Coakley, Sophie Lee, Syd
Scene: Colorful masquerade ball benefits St. Luke's
The Morning Call / Posted 13 days ago
McQueen, Samantha Alexander, Shirlee Neumeyer, Siobhan Coakley, Sophie Lee, Sydney Oskin, Tania Marsh, Teresa Kara, Tina Ford, Winnie Melinsky and Yan Yu. Committee members from St. Luke's University Health Network included: Patrick Bower,... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Erie County real estate transactionsAbidi Kazim H, $112,500. • 68 Bennington Road, Sandra Lee Davis to Richard H.
Erie County real estate transactions
The Buffalo News / Posted 14 days ago
Abidi Kazim H, $112,500. • 68 Bennington Road, Sandra Lee Davis to Richard H. Markiewicz, $112,000. • 425 Third Ave., Theresa A. Wiater to Anthony Fernando; Francis Fernando; Joseph Fernando, $105,060. • 63 Imperial Drive, Fannie Mae to... Read more
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Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Lt. Gov. Polito urges WSU grads to continue finding success in Mass.Andrew J. Fini (C), Donald I. Hosley, Jr.Marlboro: Dennis P. Duplessis, Connor
Lt. Gov. Polito urges WSU grads to continue finding success in Mass.
Worcester Telegram & Gazette / Posted 15 days ago
Andrew J. Fini (C), Donald I. Hosley, Jr.Marlboro: Dennis P. Duplessis, Connor P. McMahonMendon: Alex J. MacDougallMilford: Kimberly F. Andolina, Alyssa K. Brown, Natasha N. Gonzalez, Anthony P. TamagniMillbury: Jennifer L. Beckwith (C),... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
One soldier's dream of WW1 pilgrimage walk along Western Front could become realityfrom carrying their replica rifles, because of tougher rules introduced in the
One soldier's dream of WW1 pilgrimage walk along Western Front could become reality
Daily Telegraph / Posted 16 days ago
from carrying their replica rifles, because of tougher rules introduced in the wake of the Paris terror attacks. Vicky Ford, Conservative MEP for East of England, has written to Theresa May, the Home Secretary, in the hope of finding a... Read more
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Salem News
East Palestine Schools honor rollsBlum, Duffy Cartwright, Anne Clemens, Keirya Compton, Kennedy Conaway, Madisyn
East Palestine Schools honor rolls
Salem News / Posted 17 days ago
Blum, Duffy Cartwright, Anne Clemens, Keirya Compton, Kennedy Conaway, Madisyn Cope, Olivia Daubenmire, Emma Dyson, Graycee Ford, Emma Gingher, Adison Goss, Sydney Jurjavcic, Alivia Magness, Jillian McCauley, Blake McCowin, Kendyl McCowin, Tanner... Read more
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The Escanaba Daily Press
Birth Announcementswas 19 inches in length at birth. He will join a sister, Lillian, at home. Sa
Birth Announcements
The Escanaba Daily Press / Posted 17 days ago
was 19 inches in length at birth. He will join a sister, Lillian, at home. Samson's grandparents are Dwayne (Dewey) and Theresa Klein of Harris, Peggy Bartel of Escanaba, and Larry and Lisa Bartel of Ford River. His great-grandparents are Helen... Read more
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Kingston Daily Freeman
Hundreds take steam train rides in Kingstonfrom Kingston was 67 years ago, in 1949. Rides will continue on Sunday. Tom Wak
Hundreds take steam train rides in Kingston
Kingston Daily Freeman / Posted 19 days ago
from Kingston was 67 years ago, in 1949. Rides will continue on Sunday. Tom Wakeman — Daily Freeman KINGSTON >> Jim Ford said he could almost hear the Viscose No. 6 steam locomotive calling out “I think I can, I think I can,” as it chugged... Read more
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The Advocate
Livingston Parish Prison bookings for April 20-26, 2016use/tags indicating exemption.BOURGEOIS, HUBERT: 34, HOMELESS, FUGITIVE. COVIN
Livingston Parish Prison bookings for April 20-26, 2016
The Advocate / Posted 20 days ago
use/tags indicating exemption.BOURGEOIS, HUBERT: 34, HOMELESS, FUGITIVE. COVINGTON, DURELL K.: 26, hold for court. CRAWFORD, CHESTER L.: 37, 30565 Walker North Road, Walker, turning movements, required signals, safety belt use/tags indicating... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Bankruptcy watch12377 Chambers Road, April 29, 2016, Chapter 7. Rebecca Ella Danner, 5315 Spri
Bankruptcy watch
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 20 days ago
12377 Chambers Road, April 29, 2016, Chapter 7. Rebecca Ella Danner, 5315 Spring St., May 2, 2016, Chapter 7. BEE BRANCH Theresa Gayle Patty, P.O. Box 99, April 29, 2016, Chapter 7. BEEBE Cynthia Whitcomb, 635 Glen Lee Drive, April 28, 2016,... Read more
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The Advocate
Ascension Parish Civil suits for April 11-15, 2016executory process. Enterprise Products Operating LLC v. Wahid Properties LLC,
Ascension Parish Civil suits for April 11-15, 2016
The Advocate / Posted 20 days ago
executory process. Enterprise Products Operating LLC v. Wahid Properties LLC, expropriation. Jo Nathan Williams v. Hartford Casualty Insurance Co., Fleet Lt. Ari and Roderick H. Brew Jr., damages. Percy Shaw v. Wal-Mart Stores Inc, Wal-Mart... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Erie County real estate transactions208 Charlesgate Circle, Kenneth A. Kreinheder to Richard A. Duffy, $99,000. •
Erie County real estate transactions
The Buffalo News / Posted 21 days ago
208 Charlesgate Circle, Kenneth A. Kreinheder to Richard A. Duffy, $99,000. • 72A Foxberry Drive, Lauren E. Burkard to Ford E. Hoyt Jr., $91,900. • 47 Glenhaven Drive, Molly E. Dohm to Zachary A. Dohm; Krista M. Incorvia, $91,000. • 80... Read more
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Kingston Daily Freeman
Hundreds take steam train rides in Kingstonfrom Kingston was 67 years ago, in 1949. Rides will continue on Sunday. Tom Wak
Hundreds take steam train rides in Kingston
Kingston Daily Freeman / Posted 22 days ago
from Kingston was 67 years ago, in 1949. Rides will continue on Sunday. Tom Wakeman — Daily Freeman KINGSTON >> Jan Ford said he could almost hear the Viscose No. 6 steam locomotive calling out “I think I can, I think I can,” as it chugged... Read more
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The Leader-Herald
Theresa M. Bowers, 87, of Oppenheim, New York, passed away peacefully in the comfort of her home
Theresa M. Bowers
The Leader-Herald / Posted 22 days ago
, 87, of Oppenheim, New York, passed away peacefully in the comfort of her home, on Thursday morning, May 5, 2016, surrounded by her loving family. She was born on February 2, 1929 in the town of St. Johnsville, New York, a daughter... Read more
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The Madison County Journal
Senior center director seeks to replace aging vehiclesbe on May 9 instead of May 2 due to an Association County Commissioners of Geor
Senior center director seeks to replace aging vehicles
The Madison County Journal / Posted 23 days ago
be on May 9 instead of May 2 due to an Association County Commissioners of Georgia event. At the request of commissioner Theresa Bettis, the board agreed to have a proclamation drawn up to recognize May 15-21 as National EMS Week. “I think we... Read more
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Gazette News
RESULTS: All votes recorded for the Colchester Council electionsMiddleditch (UKIP) JOSEF Schumacher (Lib Dem) JULIE Young (Lab) TIM Young (L
RESULTS: All votes recorded for the Colchester Council elections
Gazette News / Posted 23 days ago
Middleditch (UKIP) JOSEF Schumacher (Lib Dem) JULIE Young (Lab) TIM Young (Lab) HIGHWOODS - Independents GERARD Oxford (Ind) 1,126 JOHN Baker (Lib Dem) 273 GARY Braddy (Lab) 285 JAMES Child (Con) 588 CHRIS Hayter (Con) 690 STEPH... Read more
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Ipswich Star
Colchester Borough Council election results 2016David McCulloch (L), Diane Stevens (L), Alex Knupffer (UKIP), Bonnie Murphy (G)
Colchester Borough Council election results 2016
Ipswich Star / Posted 24 days ago
David McCulloch (L), Diane Stevens (L), Alex Knupffer (UKIP), Bonnie Murphy (G), Leo Palmer (G), Robbie Spence (G), Bev Oxford (Ind), Gerard Oxford (Ind), Phil Oxford (Ind). Lexden and Braiswick Ward: Lewis Barber (C), Brian Jarvis (C), Dennis... Read more
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Columbia Star
Legals | May 6, 201656-5- 5810, 56-5-5635 and/or 29- 15-10 SC Law as Amended; and are in the custod
Legals | May 6, 2016
Columbia Star / Posted 24 days ago
56-5- 5810, 56-5-5635 and/or 29- 15-10 SC Law as Amended; and are in the custody of Cash Car Connection, 6846 Satchelford Rd., Columbia, SC 29206 2003 Ford F-350 1FTWW32P13EB93285 Owner: Vanetta Boyles 1525 Legions Dr., Columbia, SC 29229.... Read more
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WAVE 3 Louisville
Pass The Cash: Local UAW group builds handicap-accessible ramp for family in needLOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - This "Pass the Cash" adventure with the Eason family st
Pass The Cash: Local UAW group builds handicap-accessible ramp for family in need
WAVE 3 Louisville / Posted 30 days ago
LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - This "Pass the Cash" adventure with the Eason family started on wave3.com. Theresa Davidson laughed as she greeted us saying, "I just got on line. It was so, so easy." Davidson’s nomination of the Eason family and their son... Read more
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Greencastle Banner-Graphic
Putnam County Scanner forRoad, west of 10th Street on the city's East Side. Christopher Rood, 25, Reels
Putnam County Scanner for
Greencastle Banner-Graphic / Posted 30 days ago
Road, west of 10th Street on the city's East Side. Christopher Rood, 25, Reelsville, was westbound, driving a 1999 Ford F-250 truck, when he reportedly failed to see that a 2007 Chevrolet Silverado, driven by Clayton Byrd, 19, Greencastle,... Read more

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