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Ambulance involved in wreck in Ashland
Ambulance involved in wreck in Ashland Jul. 29, 2014 @ 11:17 AM ASHLAND _ One person was taken to King’s Daughters Medical Center in Ashland following a wreck on the 1300 block of Winchester,...
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Senate GOP leaders cool to Medicaid expansion
Does anyone else get the idea that Senate Republican supporters of Medicaid expansion may be getting buyer’s remorse? Several GOP Senate candidates are opposing incumbents in the Sept. 9 primary and...
Read more at The Nashua Telegraph
Veteran says he was locked in VA clinic
Jeffrey Duck told WKMG he arrived as a “walk in” patient at the clinic around 1 p.m. Monday and sat in a consultation room for more than three hours before realizing he was alone in the...
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A 70-year love affair - The love story still cont...
The love story still continues as Smyrna residents Mary Ruth and Melvin Holleman celebrate 70 years of marriage. The couple married June 26, 1944. The Hollemans met in 1942 while attending Middle...
Read more at Marietta Daily Journal
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Domina: Standing for the little guys
David Domina has argued hundreds of cases in courtrooms across the country, often battling for the underdog. Now, he’s presenting his case to voters as he campaigns for the U.S. Senate.You've got...
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Wilson on Outdoors: Catching Limits from Differen...
... I enjoy your weekly newspaper columns, and now I have a question I hope you can answer. When fishing for striped bass at a local lake where there is a 10-fish limit with no size restriction,...
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California Department of Fish and Wildlife
How the Housing Fee Deal Came Together
... happy, and I guess that’s what makes it a good compromise,” said Craig Benedetto, a lobbyist who helped force the City Council to overturn a much larger fee hike, and who helped craft the...
Read more at Voice of San Diego
Maine sex offender accused in June bank robbery a...
BANGOR, Maine — Convicted sex offender John Cecil Slater, who was identified by several people who recognized him in a surveillance photo as the person suspected of robbing a Hallowell bank last...
Read more at Bangor Daily News
Patricia Reddick, 57
Patricia Reddick, 57 of New Haven, born March 12, 1957 in Waterbury to late Earl and Wincie (Cobb) Reddick, entered eternal rest on July 1, 2014. Patricia was employed at the West Haven Veteran’s...
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United States Army
Dort Hwy extension approved
GRAND BLANC TWP. — A longterm vision of civic and business leaders is poised to come into fruition following a more than $5 million funding package approved in March and signed last week by Gov. Rick...
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Arsonists Posing as Firemen: How GOP Sabotages Go...
Speaker of the Houe John Boehner (R-Ohio).Across the board, Republicans have been sabotaging government by a variety of measures, then pointing to the resulting – and inevitable – governmental...
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In-Home Care Franchise Goes the Extra Mile for Th...
CHICAGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--While it’s not unusual to hear of franchise brands offering discounts for veterans of the armed forces, some franchisors are going above and beyond with charitable programs,...
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World War II Veteran part of Fourth of July celeb...
CORDOVA, Tenn. — Carl Coker enlisted in the Marines two weeks after the bombing of Pearl Harbor in 1941 and fought in three major battles in the South Pacific and Solomon as well as the Korean...
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After long-simmering sectarian tensions exploded in Iraq a few weeks back, critics from the right and left have had field day taking their shots at the Obama administration’s Iraq policy, or lack...
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Nadine S. Lambert
Mrs. Nadine S. Lambert, 86, of Johnson City, passed away on Friday, June 27, 2014, at Asbury Center of Johnson City following an extended illness. She was the daughter of the late Rady and Mamie...
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Tetrick Funeral Home
Source of pride for veterans
Thumbs up: To the Cary-Grove AMVETS and everyone involved in bringing a few hundred veterans from area
hospitals to Fox River Grove for a day of boating, fishing and...
Read more at Northwest Herald
Battle for 11th: Barr Loudermilk answer critics a...
Battle for 11th: Barr, Loudermilk answer critics at forum CANTON — The two candidates for the District 11 seat in U.S. Congress had to answer critics during a forum in downtown Canton on Thursday...
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Coburn speaks about released VA report
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla._A new report, released this week by Oklahoma Senator Tom Coburn, suggests the ongoing problems at the
might be worse than first thought. The report says...
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