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Sterling Journal-Advocate
June 26 - June 30Park. Cards and Pool — 1 p.m., Heritage Center. Cool Off and Color — 2 p.m.,
Sterling Journal-Advocate / Posted yesterday
Park. Cards and Pool — 1 p.m., Heritage Center. Cool Off and Color — 2 p.m., Sterling Public Library. For adults. Iliff Triangle AA Group — 6 p.m., Iliff Trading Post, 315 Railroad Ave., Iliff. Rides available by calling Kathy at 522-5006 or can... Read more
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Fortune
A 9-Day Journey Along the Most Controversial Strip of Land in Trump's Americarose by 61 percent. That is because many of the detainees are fleeing violence-
Fortune / Posted 3 days ago
rose by 61 percent. That is because many of the detainees are fleeing violence-ravaged nations in the so-called Northern Triangle: El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala. The demographics of immigration across the border with Mexico have shifted... Read more
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The News & Observer
In Trump’s hillbilly country, hard times and a defeatist cultureoperates 26 centers in Kentucky, West Virginia, Tennessee, Virginia and North C
The News & Observer / Posted 6 days ago
operates 26 centers in Kentucky, West Virginia, Tennessee, Virginia and North Carolina. For eight weeks this summer, church groups from across the country will arrive at Allardt Elementary and the other centers for a week. During the course... Read more
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Canon City Daily Record
What's Happening? August events at the John C. Fremont Library and moreat the John C. Fremont Library All programs and clubs are free and held at the
Canon City Daily Record / Posted 7 days ago
at the John C. Fremont Library All programs and clubs are free and held at the John C. Fremont Library, located at 130 Church Ave. in Florence, unless otherwise noted. For more information, call 719-784-4649. August's Featured Artist The John... Read more
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Sterling Journal-Advocate
July 19 - July 23Off and Color — 2 p.m., Sterling Public Library. For adults. Family Movie Nigh
Sterling Journal-Advocate / Posted 8 days ago
Off and Color — 2 p.m., Sterling Public Library. For adults. Family Movie Night — 6 p.m., Sterling Public Library. Iliff Triangle AA Group — 6 p.m., Iliff Trading Post, 315 Railroad Ave., Iliff. Rides available by calling Kathy at 522-5006 or can... Read more
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metro
Unlikely Hikers Instagram is challenging what it means to be an outdoorsy personthis is it. . If you hike, you are a hiker. Welcome ♥ . #sponsored #REI #ForceO
metro / Posted 9 days ago
this is it. . If you hike, you are a hiker. Welcome ♥ . #sponsored #REI #ForceOfNature #optoutside . Location: Ozette Triangle aka Cape Alava Loop, Olympic National Park, Washington #olympicnationalpark ‘I always considered myself an indoor... Read more
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The News & Observer
Vacant house could make way for 60-room boutique hotel in Glenwood Southbe downtown.” Boutique hotels, which are typically upscale and smaller than tr
The News & Observer / Posted 9 days ago
be downtown.” Boutique hotels, which are typically upscale and smaller than traditional hotels, have become popular in the Triangle and across the nation. Aloft Raleigh opened on Hillsborough Street near the N.C. State University campus. The... Read more
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Sterling Journal-Advocate
July 17 - July 195:15 p.m., Broadway Plaza, Suite 14. Connie, 522-0231. Under the Umbrella of L
Sterling Journal-Advocate / Posted 10 days ago
5:15 p.m., Broadway Plaza, Suite 14. Connie, 522-0231. Under the Umbrella of LCC Meal — 5:30 to 6:30 p.m., Prince of Peace Church, 201 Phelps St. Anyone in need of a meal is welcome. Sterling After 5 — 6:30 to 8 p.m., Delgado's Dugout, 116 Beech.... Read more
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The News & Observer
Compassion Experience brings the world to a Durham parking lotfacilitated by Compassion International. Henry Garganhgargan@newsobserver.com
The News & Observer / Posted 10 days ago
facilitated by Compassion International. Henry Garganhgargan@newsobserver.com Early Sunday afternoon, a crowd of churchgoing families filed out of a service at Southern High School in Durham and into a tent set up in the school’s parking... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
The best up and coming areas to rent a home in Liverpool and Merseysidethe Hunts Cross line for anyone commuting to Manchester.Liverpool City CentreTh
Liverpool Echo / Posted 11 days ago
the Hunts Cross line for anyone commuting to Manchester.Liverpool City CentreThe Baltic Village development in the Baltic Triangle (Image: Liverpool Echo) Undoubtedly more expensive, but you’re paying to be right in the heart of the... Read more
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Yorkshire evening post
Pub review: The Plum and Partridge, HusthwaiteAn ancient beech tree dominates the heart of Husthwaite, its branches spread ou
Yorkshire evening post / Posted 12 days ago
An ancient beech tree dominates the heart of Husthwaite, its branches spread out to shelter a triangle of village green beyond the 12th century churchyard. From here, the roads depart in divergent ribbons, the houses a miscellany of architecture... Read more
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The Commercial Dispatch
United Way, Emergency Management Agency host disaster response trainingWhen tornadoes hit East Columbus and New Hope in 2014, roughly 50 volunteers fr
The Commercial Dispatch / Posted 14 days ago
When tornadoes hit East Columbus and New Hope in 2014, roughly 50 volunteers from the southeast United States and Golden Triangle regions swarmed to Columbus to remove debris and clean up homes. These volunteers were responding to a request for help... Read more
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The News & Observer
Faith leaders know they’re breaking the law. Why they’re taking the riskfound refuge from deportation in the School for Conversion in Durham, an interf
The News & Observer / Posted 14 days ago
found refuge from deportation in the School for Conversion in Durham, an interfaith group that teaches how to live in community. “I only open the door and look outside,” he said. “I can’t go out and step on the dirt.” Chicas is the third... Read more
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The News & Observer
Here’s how to learn about Raleigh’s police body camera policyBarack Obama announced $20 million in funding for law enforcement agencies inte
The News & Observer / Posted 15 days ago
Barack Obama announced $20 million in funding for law enforcement agencies interested in using the cameras. In the Triangle, Chapel Hill has 50 of the devices in operation, with plans to install more. In Durham, about 150 cameras have been... Read more
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The Natchez Democrat
FOR Natchez group presents concept FOR the futurehow the city can revamp the downtown, with the project focusing heavily on the
The Natchez Democrat / Posted 15 days ago
how the city can revamp the downtown, with the project focusing heavily on the bluff area and what planners call the “MLK triangle,” — encompassed by Martin Luther King Jr., East Franklin and Saint Catherine streets. One of the main ideas... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
J Extra Calendar for Topeka and area events, July 12-18, 2017Downtown Topeka, Inc., or visit DowntownTopekainc.com. Al Anon New Beginnings
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 15 days ago
Downtown Topeka, Inc., or visit DowntownTopekainc.com. Al Anon New Beginnings AFG, noon, Town and Country Christian Church, 4929 S.W. 29th St. (use double doors off church parking lot). Information: www.kansas-al-anon.org or... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
The Birthplace Of Country Music Celebrates 90th Anniversary Of 1927 Bristol Sessionsa film highlighting this history and featuring some of country music’s most res
The Chattanoogan / Posted 16 days ago
a film highlighting this history and featuring some of country music’s most respected artists, including Dolly Parton, Eric Church, Marty Stuart, Vince Gill and more. Public screenings will take place at the Birthplace of Country Music Museum, and... Read more
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Sterling Journal-Advocate
July 10 - July 12SilverSneakers Yoga — 10 a.m., Heritage Center. Cards and Pool — 1 p.m., Herit
Sterling Journal-Advocate / Posted 17 days ago
SilverSneakers Yoga — 10 a.m., Heritage Center. Cards and Pool — 1 p.m., Heritage Center. Build a Better Monday...Community— 2 p.m., Sterling Public Library. Legal Self-Help Clinic — 2 to 5 p.m., Sterling Public Library, 420 N. 5th St. Via... Read more
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The Commercial Dispatch
Back to basics: Area growers face increasing demand for locally sourced foodsThey are unlikely pioneers on an unusual journey: a lawyer, a retired church ad
The Commercial Dispatch / Posted 18 days ago
They are unlikely pioneers on an unusual journey: a lawyer, a retired church administrator, a stay-at-home mom, a landscape architect and a classically trained chef. They are not so much exploring new territory as rediscovering an old one, the way... Read more
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The News & Observer
The N&O 2016-17 High School Players of the Year, by sportI look like: Tyler the Creator Biggest thrill in sports: Seeing my team’s reac
The News & Observer / Posted 19 days ago
I look like: Tyler the Creator Biggest thrill in sports: Seeing my team’s reaction when we won the state championship. Community involvement: Visiting elementary schools and speaking to the children about pursuing their dreams. Related stories... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Arts Around Town: Forget cell phones - Town criers to show how it's done in Eastonlocal announcements of the day. Town criers are an interesting group of people
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 21 days ago
local announcements of the day. Town criers are an interesting group of people, said Rose, all of whom have a pride in the community they represent and a desire to learn as much as possible about your hometown. Dressed in colonial or Civil War... Read more
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Denton Record-Chronicle
Calendar: July 6-12, 20178 p.m. -- Denton Community Theatre presents Curtains, Kander and Ebb's musical
Denton Record-Chronicle / Posted 21 days ago
8 p.m. -- Denton Community Theatre presents Curtains, Kander and Ebb's musical mystery comedy, at the Campus Theatre, 214 W. Hickory St. $20. Call 940-382-1915 or visit www.dentoncommunitytheatre.com. MUSIC & NIGHTLIFE Brian "Beerman" Houser 8:30... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
J Extra Calendar, July 5-11, 2017welcome. RSVP on Facebook. Information: www.INGTopeka.com. Al Anon New Beginni
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 22 days ago
welcome. RSVP on Facebook. Information: www.INGTopeka.com. Al Anon New Beginnings AFG, noon, Town and Country Christian Church, 4929 S.W. 29th St. (use double doors off church parking lot). Information: www.kansas-al-anon.org or... Read more
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The Irish Times
Rural Ireland: The village that refused to dieKildorrery in north Co Cork, population 744, up 18 per cent from 632 since the
The Irish Times / Posted 26 days ago
Kildorrery in north Co Cork, population 744, up 18 per cent from 632 since the last census. It’s located in the middle of a triangle roughly equidistant to Mallow, Mitchelstown and Fermoy. Locals Sinead Corbett, Peadar Collins, Tom Walsh and Sarah... Read more
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The Charlotte Post
Johnson Akinleye named NC Central University chancellorof North Carolina.” Akinleye led expansion of academic partnerships at NCCU, i
The Charlotte Post / Posted 30 days ago
of North Carolina.” Akinleye led expansion of academic partnerships at NCCU, including K-12 initiatives and deals with community colleges as well as the introduction NCCU Online, a distance-education program. Before he was named acting... Read more
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