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Spokane loses to Alabama city to host world horse...
Alabama has a ringer in Montgomery, which has won its bid to host the World Horseshoe Tournament. City officials on Thursday announced that the tournament will be held at the Cramton Bowl Multiplex...
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National Horseshoe Pitchers Association
The Associated Press
Take a hike: 5 nature trails you can enjoy
And for those who want to experience the state’s wildlife in a natural setting, nature trails offer opportunities to see wildlife in their natural habitats. Here are five nature trails you can visit...
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The Daily Comet
A deal is in the works to save the Cedar Creek Ma...
A deal is in the works to save the Cedar Creek MallPosted: Tuesday, July 22, 2014 4:45 PM EDT ROTHSCHILD (WAOW) -- A deal is in the works that could save the Cedar Creek Mall. The Rothschild Village...
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City takes first tentative steps toward restoring...
Hidden from public view for more than 50 years, the interior dome of the old Fayette County Courthouse is fading and starting to deteriorate. The yellow paint on the walls is peeling. Pigeons have...
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Urban County Council
LeBron is coming home – and that really isn’t a s...
LeBron James always hinted he would move back to Cleveland, finish his career with the Cavaliers, continue working with youngsters and the underprivileged, keep trying to help his community. No one...
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Thumbs up to visitor-friendly Taste and Tote prog...
Pack it out Tourism and winery officials are extending the Taste and Tote program for two years. By allowing Alaska Airline passengers to check a case of wine on their homeward flight for free, the...
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Flood threat will not put damper on National Tom ...
HANNIBAL, MO. -- The city of Hannibal is gearing up for the 59th Annual National Tom Sawyer Days. This event attracts thousands of people every year. The community plans all year for this event but...
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National Weather Service
... years ago (1989) Tuition at Marietta College has increased by $800, making it $10,250. Officials from the Parkersburg/Wood County
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, Marietta Tourist and Convention...
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Walkovers on wish list for St. Augustine Beach
While crowds swarmed St. Augustine Beach for the popular farmers market and Music by the Sea programs Wednesday, visionaries were quietly dusting off their crystal balls. And through the...
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