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OAKLEY, Mich. (AP) — A judge has ordered a Village in Saginaw County to release more records that disclose names of reserve police officers. Shiawassee County Judge Matthew Stewart says Oakley has...
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Matthew J. Sharp, 34, Honey Lane, Leetonia, was before Judge Scott Washam after stipulating last week to violating his probation for a 2012 burglary conviction. Sharp broke into the home of Jack...
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There is nothing like the smell of a newborn as you nuzzle his tiny head and examine each feature, so delicate you can't help but gently caress them. These tiny wonders turn grown men into malleable...
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... REV. BERLIE G. Y AP) This has been for quite some time already, when summer comes, that Zamboanga goes through a power insufficiency and a low of water supply, thus creating a temporary crisis...
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A 17 year old student fell into a drainage being constructed under the Z3R project Wednesday morning, raising speculations of negligence on the handling of projects by government accredited...
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Attorney: Lucas County Deputy acquitted in assault caseAttorney: Lucas County Deputy acquitted in assault case Lucas County Sheriff Deputy John McCallum has been acquitted of the charges against him,...
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FLINT TWP. — Township officials have hired experienced police officers to fill two of seven budgeted openings on the township police force. The board on Monday approved the hiring of Philip McBride...
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In New York City, telling colleagues you don’t drink coffee is like telling someone you meet in a bar that you don’t drink alcohol. Usually, they assume I never acquired a taste for the bitter,...
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YOUNGSTOWN A last-minute plea to a charge of murder averted jury selection in a trial Wednesday. Larry Blue, 34, pleaded guilty to the charge plus a firearm specification in Mahoning County Common...
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Movie listings are for Friday, March 6 through Thursday, March 12. (Prior listings through Thursday, March 5 are still available here.) For complete showtimes, please visit the theater's websites,...
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ARIES (March 21-April 19): To depict what lay beyond the limits of the known world, medieval mapmakers sometimes drew pictures of dragons and sea serpents. Their images conveyed the sense that these...
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Siding with Commissioner Grady Hawkins, Lapsley voted against the funding request. But Chairman Tommy Thompson broke the tie, voting with commissioners Mike Edney and Charlie Messer to approve the...
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According to reports from the newspaper's news partner, WKBN Channel 27, the truck spilled about 150 gallons of diesel fuel after crashing into a tree just outside the Village. Police had state Route...
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BEAVER TOWNSHIP Pasta dinner, Chinese auction, 50/50 raffle, 4-8 p.m.; carryout 3-7 p.m., South Range High School; $7 for adults, $5 for senior citizens and students. COLUMBIANA Reservation...
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McCracken won the Story Prize for her collection “Thunderstruck,'' award officials announced Thursday night. Her other books include the novel “The Giant's House'' and the memoir “An Exact Replica of...
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Village Council Wednesday night passed the third reading of a resolution approving the purchase of a 2015 Ford Explorer from Donnell Ford for $28,484. The motion received three yes votes, while...
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A distinguished guest speaker drew a full house in Niagara University’s art gallery earlier this semester. “I am not a preacher, I am not a revolutionary. But I would like to share my story,” Ndaba...
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Councilman Stan Poe suggested closing the alley to vehicles and use it for foot traffic. Council agreed to consider it for repaving and look at the other problems. Village Administrator Jon Dabrunz...
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New Zealand shares fell, led by Meridian Energy ahead of its second instalment receipt coming due in May. Spark New Zealand and Fletcher Building declined. The NZX 50 Index fell 17.31 points, or 0.3...
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Two major accidents involving pedestrians occurred around campus this semester. Most recently, junior Matthew Wisehaupt was struck by a car just outside the University Village (UV). He was...
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