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Medical marijuana deliveries begin in Tucson, Mar...
It's a big step forward for the medical marijuana industry in Southern Arizona. Dispensary drivers are taking the product on the road after Tucson and Marana leaders voted to allow for deliveries of...
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Area bowling for Oct. 23
Area Bowling 11TH FRAME: Capital Management Services — Bob Mariacher 262. ABBOTT: UAW 897 — John Mentlewski 299-300-823, George Poole 296-711, John Ochal 253-268-701, Paul Kaminski 278-691, Barry...
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Murlin Kenneth Koch
Murlin Kenneth Koch, 94, died at Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014, at The Bellevue Hospital. He was born Dec. 6, 1919, to William and Nellie (Poths) Koch. He married Adelyne Juliano April 12, 1947, and she...
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Monica Lewinsky Joins Twitter
FILE - In this Jan. 31, 2013, file photo Senate Armed Services Committee member Sen. Kelly Ayotte, R-N.H., questions President Barack Obama's nominee for Secretary of Defense, Sen. Chuck Hagel,...
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Lyssavirus alert: NSW Health
IN the lead up to bat birthing season, Australians are being urged not to touch injured flying foxes because of lyssavirus, a disease related to rabies. NSW Health issued the warning, saying it's...
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International Union for Conservation of Nature
Remember when you were in grade school and you made leaf prints with tempera paints? How about the crayon scribbles you covered with black paint, then scratched out Halloween cartoons? No? You didn't...
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Chattanooga Volleyball Hosts UNCG, Mercer -
Currently commanding third in the Southern Conference standings, Chattanooga is 5-3 in league play behind Furman (6-2) and Samford (8-0), while UNCG sits sixth with a 4-4 mark and Mercer at 1-6....
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Why your hormonal cycle means there are good days...
Want to ask your boss for a rise? Check your time of the month! Why your hormonal cycle means there are good days (and very bad days) for doing everything Got an interview this month? Or a session...
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Boom offers economic growth, opportunities in La.
Methanex’s decision to relocate two methanol plants from Chile to Geismar demonstrates the advantages driving the industrial boom in south Louisiana: easy access to the Mississippi River, natural gas...
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Bernice Cross 1939
ALBERT — Bernice (Martinez) Cross, 75, died Oct. 20, 2014 in Wichita. She was born on July 13, 1939, in Placitas Blanca, N.M. On Sept. 29, 1955, she married Jerry Cross. She was a homemaker, cook,...
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Court awaits medical records in I-55 crash trial
Francisco Espinal-Quiroz, 51, of Leesburg, Indiana, appeared briefly before Judge Daniel Rozek. Espinal-Quiroz had used a Spanish-speaking interpreter for prior court appearances, but his lawyer told...
Read more at Morris Daily Herald
Hartzler makes a stop in Boonville on Monday
It was a chance for area citizens to tell United States Congresswoman
Hartzler any troubles and issues they had after she made a visit to Farm Bureau Insurance in Boonville on Monday...
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Miss SA Supports Hungry Students
Bloemfontein, South Africa — R50 000 boost for bursary progamme Miss South Africa Rolene Strauss has donated R50 000 to the University of Free State's No Student Hungry (NSH) Bursary...
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University of Free State
Starkville volleyball sweeps Clinton
STARKVILLE -- April Reese was more than happy to provide the exclamation point. Clinging to a 13-12 lead in the second set, the Starkville High School volleyball team was locked in a long rally with...
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Shoot-to-kill bats as lethal virus spreads
Shoot-to-kill bats as lethal Lyssavirus spreads: Radical policy aims to wipe out deadly disease Since lyssavirus was identified in the mid-1990s at Ballina on the north coast, there have been three...
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The Daily Telegraph
Rhyl teaching assistant to bring festive joy to c...
A WARM-HEARTED teaching assistant who underwent a double lung transplant is hoping to bring a bit of magic to brave children spending Christmas in hospital. Sam Roberts, aged 21, who works at Ysgol...
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Grayson Perry smashes vase portrait of Chris Huhne
The Turner Prize-winner used the images to portray the former leading Lib-Dem politician's downfall as he endeavoured to capture his essence in a new series to be screened by Channel 4. Perry, who...
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National Portrait Gallery
Watch Jay James from X Factor wowing crowd in a W...
But back home in West Wales gravelly-voiced contestant, James Picton – or ‘Piccie’ as he is best known – is already a winner with his hundreds of supporters in the tiny seaside resort of...
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IOL Lifestyle | IOL.co.za
Gallery: Opulent glamour for fine living Johannesburg - If you love classic contemporary furniture, you’ll know about interior designer David Muirhead, who recently took his first step into a retail...
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Kinmel Bay footballer takes part in Homeless Worl...
A 17-YEAR-OLD Kinmel Bay footballer is representing Wales in an international tournament in honour of her father who died suddenly. Yasmin Mills, who plays for Cartrefi Colts in the Street Football...
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