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The Source Weekly
Too Many Tourists?post she'd put up before. "I've had strangers come up to me on the street and
Too Many Tourists?
The Source Weekly / Posted 5 days ago
post she'd put up before. "I've had strangers come up to me on the street and recognize me," she said. Bryce doesn't hate tourists. But she and many local residents are feeling the squeeze this summer as more people than ever visit this... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Some officials say Airbnb businesses cause for concernadvertising and promotion efforts. In Fayetteville, 1 percent goes to advertisi
Some officials say Airbnb businesses cause for concern
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 8 days ago
advertising and promotion efforts. In Fayetteville, 1 percent goes to advertising and promotion and 1 percent goes to parks development. Receipts for 2015 ranged from $6.1 million in Fayetteville to $426,000 in Springdale. The state collected $2... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Check out these old photos from Seattle’s archive. They tell millions of stories.case, an all-guys outdoor power luncheon at Volunteer Park. One such glass neg
Check out these old photos from Seattle’s archive. They tell millions of stories.
The Seattle Times / Posted 21 days ago
case, an all-guys outdoor power luncheon at Volunteer Park. One such glass negative is from May 1, 1900. Seattle’s City Council lunches in Volunteer Park with City Engineer R.H. Thomson, May 1, 1900, near the new reservoir there. (Seattle... Read more
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Vancouver Business Journal
Moving Fourth Plain forwardAs one of the oldest roads in Clark County, Fourth Plain Boulevard has seen its
Moving Fourth Plain forward
Vancouver Business Journal / Posted a month ago
As one of the oldest roads in Clark County, Fourth Plain Boulevard has seen its share of history with some parts dating as far back as the Hudson’s Bay Company era. A melting pot of multi-cultural businesses makes up the vast majority of retail and... Read more
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KXXV Waco
National Storiesbolts after fiery oil train derailment Federal investigators are blaming a fie
National Stories
KXXV Waco / Posted 1 months ago
bolts after fiery oil train derailment Federal investigators are blaming a fiery oil train derailment along the Oregon-Washington border on Union Pacific Railroad, saying the company failed to properly maintain its track.More >> Union Pacific... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Bold Coast sees chance to make region bicycle tourism destinationMACHIAS, Maine — Bicycling means business. That was the theme of a meeting hel
Bold Coast sees chance to make region bicycle tourism destination
Bangor Daily News / Posted 1 months ago
MACHIAS, Maine — Bicycling means business. That was the theme of a meeting held June 15 to plan for the development, promotion and management of long-term bicycle tourism opportunities in the Bold Coast region. Hosted by the Washington County... Read more
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The Washington Times
2 Floridas emerge in attitudes toward LGBT communityFloridians to reconsider their assumptions about the state’s evolving culture.
2 Floridas emerge in attitudes toward LGBT community
The Washington Times / Posted 1 months ago
Floridians to reconsider their assumptions about the state’s evolving culture. Key West has a gay police chief, a lesbian county mayor and was the nation’s first city to elect an openly gay mayor. It attracts 450,000 gay, lesbian, bisexual and... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
AP: World in Brief at 6:30 a.m. on June 23, 2016that uncertainty over the vote would end with a vote to stay. Dems stage elect
AP: World in Brief at 6:30 a.m. on June 23, 2016
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted 1 months ago
that uncertainty over the vote would end with a vote to stay. Dems stage election-year sit-in on guns, GOP unmoved WASHINGTON (AP) -- Democrats carried a remarkable House floor sit-in into a second day, disrupting the business of Congress... Read more
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