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Wilson County News
Hall of Fame inductees: Joe Kotwig, Malcolm and Beverly TalleyMay 4, 2016 | 8 views | Post a commentJoe Kotwig of Bebe and Malcolm and Beve
Hall of Fame inductees: Joe Kotwig, Malcolm and Beverly Talley
Wilson County News / Posted 9 hours ago
May 4, 2016 | 8 views | Post a commentJoe Kotwig of Bebe and Malcolm and Beverly Talley of Nixon are the 2016 Hall of Fame inductees of the Nixon-Smiley Livestock Show held March 11-12 in the Nixon-Smiley Show Barn. Malcolm and Beverly Talley are... Read more
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Boston Globe
Back to the land revisitedbuilt with his own hands. There was just one thing: She wasn’t thrilled with t
Back to the land revisited
Boston Globe / Posted 20 hours ago
built with his own hands. There was just one thing: She wasn’t thrilled with the whole-grain breads and stone ground wheat crackers her health-conscious parents gave her to take to school. “I coveted other people’s Wonder Bread... Read more
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The News & Observer
The Day's Best Photographs |is scheduled for Saturday, May 7. Charlie RiedelAP Ultra Orthodox Jewish men h
The Day's Best Photographs |
The News & Observer / Posted 20 hours ago
is scheduled for Saturday, May 7. Charlie RiedelAP Ultra Orthodox Jewish men hold a sack open as a combine harvester pours wheat ahead of the holiday of Shavuot, in a field outside the Israeli community of Mevo Horon, Tuesday, May 3, 2016. The... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Domestic abuse is thriving in China's culture of silenceZhang Yazhou, on his bike. Photo / Washington Post Li was born and raised in Y
Domestic abuse is thriving in China's culture of silence
The New Zealand Herald / Posted yesterday
Zhang Yazhou, on his bike. Photo / Washington Post Li was born and raised in Yan Guan, a cluster of homes set among the wheat fields of the Chinese heartland, south of where the Yellow River cuts the northern plain. The second daughter of the... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Kerry Nationof his answers; and last but not least, a culture that worships wealth and cele
Kerry Nation
Brandon Sun / Posted 4 days ago
of his answers; and last but not least, a culture that worships wealth and celebrity. Gearing up for leaders' debate in Wheat City One of the great privileges of my life has been moderating political debates in our community. From city council... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
Travel the Carolinas: Beer loversfor the impressive rehabilitation job its owners have given to a historic downt
Travel the Carolinas: Beer lovers
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 4 days ago
for the impressive rehabilitation job its owners have given to a historic downtown building alone. Head brewer Ethan Hall has been in the business longer than most, launching the since-shuttered Azalea Caost Brewing Co. in... Read more
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ESPN
Buccigross: The Blink-182 hockey tribute!newness of everything covering the NHL at ESPN on a daily basis was like being
Buccigross: The Blink-182 hockey tribute!
ESPN / Posted 6 days ago
newness of everything covering the NHL at ESPN on a daily basis was like being back in high school, except I no longer had Wheat Thin-sized acne. Every day was a "Rock Show." Blink-182 ... the fabric of our hockey lives. Tim Mosenfelder/Getty... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Morning Mess -- How the Wheat Kings inspire Westmanclearing the way for an amazing rebirth of the city’s downtown, the start of th
Morning Mess -- How the Wheat Kings inspire Westman
Brandon Sun / Posted 6 days ago
clearing the way for an amazing rebirth of the city’s downtown, the start of the year in Brandon felt a little like the Wheat City was “stuck in a muddy snowbank.” Now don’t get me wrong — the sky didn’t fall, and we’re not all on the street... Read more
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The Gilmer Mirror
Recent rains brought a ‘mixed bag’ for Texas producers - COLLEGE STATION — Precipitation from a mid-April storm system was good and bad for Texas farmers according to the state climatologist. Heavy rains caused flooding in some areas of the state...and fields near creeks and rivers, Willey said. Willey said it was doubtful th
Recent rains brought a ‘mixed bag’ for Texas producers - COLLEGE STATION — Precipitation from a mid-April storm system was good and bad for Texas farmers according to the state climatologist. Heavy rains caused flooding in some areas of the state...
The Gilmer Mirror / Posted 6 days ago
and fields near creeks and rivers, Willey said. Willey said it was doubtful those producers would replant. He said rye and wheat fields there were also affected by heavy rains and high winds. Hail caused the total loss of just under 1,000 acres of... Read more
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The Fort Morgan Times
Race season ready at I-76 SpeedwayGaylord, Lakewood. 8. John Burrow Jr., Denver. 9. Michael Desberger, Lincoln, N
Race season ready at I-76 Speedway
The Fort Morgan Times / Posted 7 days ago
Gaylord, Lakewood. 8. John Burrow Jr., Denver. 9. Michael Desberger, Lincoln, NE. 10. Mike Ziegler, Brush. 11. Aaron Monie, Wheat Ridge. 12. Dave Lindsay, Pierce. 13. Bobby Durand, Thornton. 14. Bert Beech, Cheyenne, WY. 15. Jacob Adler, Holyoke.... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Mayor grilled at breakfast roastGarry Bell, Jeff Fawcett and Scott Hildebrand. Proceeds from the event will go
Mayor grilled at breakfast roast
Brandon Sun / Posted 7 days ago
Garry Bell, Jeff Fawcett and Scott Hildebrand. Proceeds from the event will go to the Canadian Diabetes Association. The Wheat City’s head honcho took jabs from colleagues and old friends during last night’s Breakfast for Dinner roast — a... Read more
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Spalding Today
Bishop to visit Algarkirk for ancient farming ceremonyback to Roman times when a dog was sacrificed. The supplicants then asked the
Bishop to visit Algarkirk for ancient farming ceremony
Spalding Today / Posted 7 days ago
back to Roman times when a dog was sacrificed. The supplicants then asked the god for protection of their crops from wheat rust. This years’ service will take the form of evensong at which prayers for all the farms and crops of the area will... Read more
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The Manteca Bulletin
Long reaps Hall of Fame honorHenry C. Long — a farmer with roots dating back to 1901 in French Camp — is bei
Long reaps Hall of Fame honor
The Manteca Bulletin / Posted 8 days ago
Henry C. Long — a farmer with roots dating back to 1901 in French Camp — is being inducted into the Manteca Hall of Fame. The dinner and induction ceremonies are taking place Saturday, May 21, at the Manteca Senior Center, 295 Cherry Lane. Tickets... Read more
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The Columbian
Echo, Oregon, hopes new businesses grow from treestrees. “We’ve actually won Tree City U.S.A.” Echo School fifth grade teacher R
Echo, Oregon, hopes new businesses grow from trees
The Columbian / Posted 9 days ago
trees. “We’ve actually won Tree City U.S.A.” Echo School fifth grade teacher Rick Thew, who on Wednesday was in the city hall ballroom teaching students about the effects of forest fires, said those types of community events were one of the... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
From our archives: Take a spring stroll down memory lanestands on a wooden bridge, part of the Bradfield Road footpath at Trunch. It cr
From our archives: Take a spring stroll down memory lane
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 10 days ago
stands on a wooden bridge, part of the Bradfield Road footpath at Trunch. It crossed near his newly-planted oak wood to a wheat field which was also earmarked for woodland. Fakenham riverside walk, February 1991. The previous year the Wensum... Read more
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Akron Zips
Akron(Ohio) 12.23 2.8 4 12.229 25 Lamotte, Kera SR Bowling Gree 12.24 4.6 3 26 Terry
Akron
Akron Zips / Posted 11 days ago
(Ohio) 12.23 2.8 4 12.229 25 Lamotte, Kera SR Bowling Gree 12.24 4.6 3 26 Terry, Dejanae SR Central Mich 12.25 1.6 5 27 Hall, Eboni FR 12.26 2.8 4 28 Powell, Lavonte SO Youngstown S 12.27 1.6 5 29 Christian, Rachel SR Unattached 12.32 2.1... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Kerry Nationof his answers; and last but not least, a culture that worships wealth and cele
Kerry Nation
Brandon Sun / Posted 11 days ago
of his answers; and last but not least, a culture that worships wealth and celebrity. Gearing up for leaders' debate in Wheat City One of the great privileges of my life has been moderating political debates in our community. From city council... Read more
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Naked Capitalism
Will the Upheaval in Fossil Fuel Industry Take the Rest of the Economy Down With It?of energy needed to conduct the extraction. The concept of EROI was first propo
Will the Upheaval in Fossil Fuel Industry Take the Rest of the Economy Down With It?
Naked Capitalism / Posted 11 days ago
of energy needed to conduct the extraction. The concept of EROI was first proposed and developed by Professor Charles A. Hall of the Department of Environmental and Forest Biology at the State University of New York. He found that an approximate... Read more
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Herald Sun
Weir puts family time in the frameto Berriwillock for the third big occasion in six months. Mid-November last ye
Weir puts family time in the frame
Herald Sun / Posted 11 days ago
to Berriwillock for the third big occasion in six months. Mid-November last year he returned to that little dot in the wheat belt with the Melbourne Cup under his arm and this Easter he returned for the “Return to Berriwillock” festival. On... Read more
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IGN
Everything We Know About Game of Thrones: Season 6main promotional push for Season 6 involved putting many key Game of Thrones ch
Everything We Know About Game of Thrones: Season 6
IGN / Posted 12 days ago
main promotional push for Season 6 involved putting many key Game of Thrones characters, both dead and alive, into the Hall of Faces. There's plenty that can be read into this morbid publicity campaign, but it is clear that GoT is embracing its... Read more
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iol.co.za
A king-size array of attractionsthat boasts nearly every type of meat option for customising your meal. As I do
A king-size array of attractions
iol.co.za / Posted 12 days ago
that boasts nearly every type of meat option for customising your meal. As I dove into my bison burger (on a whole-wheat bun, with spinach, red onion and sauteed mushrooms) and fries, savouring every bite, I prepared for tomorrow's day of... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Keystone Centre reno completed on time, under budgetRenovations at the City Square (seen here) and the Exhibition Hall in the Keyst
Keystone Centre reno completed on time, under budget
Brandon Sun / Posted 12 days ago
Renovations at the City Square (seen here) and the Exhibition Hall in the Keystone Centre have been completed for slightly below the $6-million construction budget. Construction crews have vacated the Keystone Centre following the completion of a... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Weir puts family time in the frameto Berriwillock for the third big occasion in six months. Mid-November last ye
Weir puts family time in the frame
Adelaide Now / Posted 12 days ago
to Berriwillock for the third big occasion in six months. Mid-November last year he returned to that little dot in the wheat belt with the Melbourne Cup under his arm and this Easter he returned for the “Return to Berriwillock” festival. On... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Weir puts family time in the frameto Berriwillock for the third big occasion in six months. Mid-November last ye
Weir puts family time in the frame
Daily Telegraph / Posted 12 days ago
to Berriwillock for the third big occasion in six months. Mid-November last year he returned to that little dot in the wheat belt with the Melbourne Cup under his arm and this Easter he returned for the “Return to Berriwillock” festival. On... Read more
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The Oklahoman
Rodd Moesel: Recent rains will provide nice growing spurthas received nice spring rains the past 10 days and a few areas have received e
Rodd Moesel: Recent rains will provide nice growing spurt
The Oklahoman / Posted 12 days ago
has received nice spring rains the past 10 days and a few areas have received even more than they could handle, mainly on wheat fields in southwest Oklahoma. Nearly all of our plants will really benefit from these deep-soaking rains that provide... Read more
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Lifehacker Australia
Arnott's Shapes Taste Test: New Versus OldPresumably, this decision was made to bring down the manufacturing costs, as co
Arnott's Shapes Taste Test: New Versus Old
Lifehacker Australia / Posted 12 days ago
Presumably, this decision was made to bring down the manufacturing costs, as corn additives are considerably cheaper than wheat. (This is why corn is found in everything.) Other new ingredients include baking powder, paprika extract, citric acid... Read more
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Waxahachie Daily Light
What’s Happening at the Waxahachie Downtown Farmers Markettamales, salsas, jams, jellies and preserves. Check out The Yellow Farmhouse, a
What’s Happening at the Waxahachie Downtown Farmers Market
Waxahachie Daily Light / Posted 12 days ago
tamales, salsas, jams, jellies and preserves. Check out The Yellow Farmhouse, a local grower and miller of red winter wheat and corn. They have added all sorts of pastry and bread mixes, and now offer local, farm raised beef. Other sellers... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
US presents ultimatumwith the facility of an Ananias, lied and lied again . . . • Sunday school wor
US presents ultimatum
Otago Daily Times / Posted 13 days ago
with the facility of an Ananias, lied and lied again . . . • Sunday school workers gathered in great numbers at the Burns Hall on Thursday night for the purpose of inaugurating the Dominion Easter Conference of the Presbyterian Church. The... Read more
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Market Watch
The deal that shook craft beer five years ago is still reverberatingAnheuser-Busch InBev Greg Hall, founder and CEO of Virtue Cider and former bre
The deal that shook craft beer five years ago is still reverberating
Market Watch / Posted 13 days ago
Anheuser-Busch InBev Greg Hall, founder and CEO of Virtue Cider and former brewmaster at Goose Island. There had been craft brewery buyouts before Goose Island was purchased by Anheuser-Busch InBev in 2011, but none had quite the impact of that... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Martin takes over Oak Islandwith stripes on them, so it was like I won three range balls," Martin said. He
Martin takes over Oak Island
Brandon Sun / Posted 13 days ago
with stripes on them, so it was like I won three range balls," Martin said. He was only a few years younger than Dan Halldorson, who also grew up in the Wheat City. "I first remember Dan from my junior days, watching him and marvelling at... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Martin takes over Oak Islandwith stripes on them, so it was like I won three range balls,” Martin said. He
Martin takes over Oak Island
Brandon Sun / Posted 13 days ago
with stripes on them, so it was like I won three range balls,” Martin said. He was only a few years younger than Dan Halldorson, who also grew up in the Wheat City. “I first remember Dan from my junior days, watching him and marvelling at... Read more
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Denver Post
Late bloomer Jen Michel reaches Colorado running hall of fameLooking back 20 years to her experiences as a high school athlete at Wheat Ridg
Late bloomer Jen Michel reaches Colorado running hall of fame
Denver Post / Posted 13 days ago
Looking back 20 years to her experiences as a high school athlete at Wheat Ridge, Jen Michel insists she wasn't a good runner, just a good athlete. She was a tough one, too, which she proved by playing post on the basketball team at 5-foot-7. "I... Read more
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The News & Observer
The Day's Best Photos | 04.19.16 | News & Observer A colorful butterfly sits on a branch of wheat in
The Day's Best Photos |
The News & Observer / Posted 14 days ago
04.19.16 | News & Observer A colorful butterfly sits on a branch of wheat in a field in Peshawar, Pakistan, Tuesday, April 19, 2016. Mohammad SajjadAP Britain's Prince William, Duke of Cambridge (R) is hugged by Chewbacca as... Read more
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PhysOrg
Scientists issue rallying cry for wheat blast researchTypical blast symptoms on an infect wheat leaf cv. prodip. This leaf was collec
Scientists issue rallying cry for wheat blast research
PhysOrg / Posted 15 days ago
Typical blast symptoms on an infect wheat leaf cv. prodip. This leaf was collected from the field of a farmer Zarib Molla of Nittanandapur village of Jhenaidah district of Bangladesh. Credit: Prof. Tofazzal IslamDepartment of Biotechnology, BSMRAU,... Read more
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Queensland Times
How city’s show startedthe committee announces that the first exhibition of the Ipswich Agricultural a
How city’s show started
Queensland Times / Posted 18 days ago
the committee announces that the first exhibition of the Ipswich Agricultural and Horticultural Society will be held in the Hall of the School of Arts (Town Hall) and in the show yards in East Street on December 17 1868." In association with those... Read more
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Bel Marra Health
Weekly health news roundup: ulcerative colitis, burning stomach, rheumatoid arthritis, and Zikatreatment is being developed by a U.S. biotechnology company and is based on th
Weekly health news roundup: ulcerative colitis, burning stomach, rheumatoid arthritis, and Zika
Bel Marra Health / Posted 18 days ago
treatment is being developed by a U.S. biotechnology company and is based on the research from the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute entering its second phase of clinical trials. For the study, researchers looked at over 40 children who were... Read more
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The Iron Mountain Daily News
Dr. Hassell presents eye health program to Golden Kprogram chairman. "Aba Daba Honeymoon," "Amapola" and "Let a Smile be your Umb
Dr. Hassell presents eye health program to Golden K
The Iron Mountain Daily News / Posted 18 days ago
program chairman. "Aba Daba Honeymoon," "Amapola" and "Let a Smile be your Umbrella" were some of the songs filling the hall with music. Margaret Trudell directs the singing and Sue LeDuc on the piano gets the group in a lighthearted mood.... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Kerry Nationof his answers; and last but not least, a culture that worships wealth and cele
Kerry Nation
Brandon Sun / Posted 18 days ago
of his answers; and last but not least, a culture that worships wealth and celebrity. Gearing up for leaders' debate in Wheat City One of the great privileges of my life has been moderating political debates in our community. From city council... Read more
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ABC Newspapers
Couple to open brewery, taproom in old Bethel City Hallin a historic Bethel building. Brandon and Amanda Lamson will open the Garphis
Couple to open brewery, taproom in old Bethel City Hall
ABC Newspapers / Posted 19 days ago
in a historic Bethel building. Brandon and Amanda Lamson will open the Garphish Brewing Company in the old Bethel City Hall. Photo submittedBrandon and Amanda Lamson are buying the old Bethel City Hall building for $50,000, with the property... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Dear Canada: Six prominent people write from the heart to the countryall of the above. We are fortunate to live in a country that is in many ways th
Dear Canada: Six prominent people write from the heart to the country
The Globe and Mail / Posted 19 days ago
all of the above. We are fortunate to live in a country that is in many ways the envy of the world, yet we face many challenges. As Canadians, we must relentlessly aspire to be inclusive, honourable, selfless, smart, and caring at every turn... Read more
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Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune
Potpourri: Swinging into spring1966 Grande Prairie was planting the seeds for a nice little patch of economic
Potpourri: Swinging into spring
Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune / Posted 20 days ago
1966 Grande Prairie was planting the seeds for a nice little patch of economic growth. Projects 50 years ago: • A new firehall got city council's OK on a five-lot site at the northeast corner of 102 Avenue and 101 Street. The land had been... Read more
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The New Yorker
Hiroshimahomes in this part of Japan, the house consisted of a wooden frame and wooden w
Hiroshima
The New Yorker / Posted 20 days ago
homes in this part of Japan, the house consisted of a wooden frame and wooden walls supporting a heavy tile roof. Its front hall, packed with rolls of bedding and clothing, looked like a cool cave full of fat cushions. Opposite the house, to the... Read more
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The Atlantic
The Hell After ISISgrind to a halt. The cousins left the army. They’d inherited land near the ban
The Hell After ISIS
The Atlantic / Posted 20 days ago
grind to a halt. The cousins left the army. They’d inherited land near the banks of the Euphrates, where they planted wheat and barley. But United Nations sanctions took a toll on their village. Falah was forced to drive a taxi in Hit in order... Read more
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Daily Mail
The five simple ways to get rid of your spare tyreas well as saturated fats found in margarine, pastries and crisps. 'You should
The five simple ways to get rid of your spare tyre
Daily Mail / Posted 20 days ago
as well as saturated fats found in margarine, pastries and crisps. 'You should also avoid foods that contain alcohol, wheat and gluten, and foods that increase the blood sugar levels quickly, such as sweets, juices and bread.' Lifestyle... Read more
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Denver Post
Sobesky Academy students, faculty settling into new Wheat Ridge homeWHEAT RIDGE — The building is newer, the classrooms are larger and the sunlight
Sobesky Academy students, faculty settling into new Wheat Ridge home
Denver Post / Posted 20 days ago
WHEAT RIDGE — The building is newer, the classrooms are larger and the sunlight is more ample. And the students and instructors at Sobesky Academy are a lot happier since moving from their longtime Lakewood home into Wheat Ridge. Sobesky Academy is... Read more
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NBA.com
Harden helps Houston to finally snag last playoff spotGolden State. Except that it will come not in the Western Conference finals, bu
Harden helps Houston to finally snag last playoff spot
NBA.com / Posted 20 days ago
Golden State. Except that it will come not in the Western Conference finals, but the first round of the playoffs, where the wheat is routinely separated from the chaff. "A lot of people wrote us off, thought we weren't going to make the playoffs... Read more
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KTHV Little Rock
UAPB to mark 143 years during founder's celebrationbe held Tuesday, April 19 at 6 p.m. in the Adair-Greenhouse auditorium. Sponsor
UAPB to mark 143 years during founder's celebration
KTHV Little Rock / Posted 21 days ago
be held Tuesday, April 19 at 6 p.m. in the Adair-Greenhouse auditorium. Sponsored by human sciences professor Dr. Janette Wheat and her Families Across Cultures class, the free, public event will feature food and culture from various ethnic groups... Read more
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Evening Standard
5 of the best hotels in Norfolkmature garden, an outdoor pool – and the Broads within easy reach. A good all r
5 of the best hotels in Norfolk
Evening Standard / Posted 21 days ago
mature garden, an outdoor pool – and the Broads within easy reach. A good all rounder. The Old Rectory near NorwichMorston Hall, Morston Head up to the wild North Norfolk coastline, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, where you'll find Tracy... Read more
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iol.co.za
A whisky that ‘malts’ in your mouthlaunched in 1977. “But we have come a long way since those early years. “New t
A whisky that ‘malts’ in your mouth
iol.co.za / Posted 21 days ago
launched in 1977. “But we have come a long way since those early years. “New technology, a better understanding of the challenges and opportunities of whisky making and investment in upgrades and barrel selection have all allowed us to craft... Read more
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The Daily Tar Heel
Hops for joy: April is N.C. beer monthindustry and we felt like we should do something to call attention to that duri
Hops for joy: April is N.C. beer month
The Daily Tar Heel / Posted 21 days ago
industry and we felt like we should do something to call attention to that during N.C. beer month with the N.C. beer month challenge. DTH: What is the best part of your job? RG: Its beer, that’s easy! The people in craft beer are the closest thing... Read more
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