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Crazy Pocono race could impact Chase
Six weeks from now, when the checkered flag drops at Richmond and the field for the Chase for the Sprint Cup is set, some drivers may look back to why they did or didn’t qualify and point to what...
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New Finance Director Swears In
Another step forward for Parkersburg's city government as it's finance director is officially sworn in Monday. Eric Jiles is no stranger to the city of Parkersburg, it's his hometown. He cares about...
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We list the ten essential children's books and gi...
Roald Dahl’s classic Charlie and the Chocolate Factory has topped a list of 100 books that children should read before they leave primary school. Since first being published more than 50 years ago,...
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Denise Richards, 44, eats ice cream while wearing...
Cheat day! Denise Richards, 44, splurges on strawberry ice cream as she puts her fabulous figure on display in string bikini She's maintained her fabulous figure by adhering to a regular Pilates...
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New York Jets
A wild celebration
CORPUS CHRISTI - Children participating in a summer reading program got a wild reward this week during end of the summer parties at each Corpus Christi library branch on Tuesday and Wednesday. They...
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World's biggest selling author James Patterson sh...
It's a drop in the ocean but Australian independent booksellers are grateful for James Patterson's donation of $100,000 towards the cause of children's literacy. The world's biggest selling author...
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Northern Daily Leader
Sydney Morning Herald
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Psychologist migrates to world of storytelling
Racial tolerance and the curiosity of youth are central themes of a book to be launched by a University of QueenslandSchool of Psychology masters student this weekend Author and psychologist Jennifer...
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Butler County Fair results
... State Fair Winner 501 – Rockets Away - Bottle Rockets Juniors *First: Samuel Spears, St. Clair Specialties Second: Hunter Bartels, Horsemasters & More Third: MJ Habig, Mystical...
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Otters' Oliver named Pitcher of the Week
Will Oliver tossed two nine-inning complete game shutouts this week and was honored as the Frontier League Pitcher of the Week today. Oliver leads the Frontier League with a total of five, but before...
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WAVE 3 Louisville
WAVE 3 Louisville
Nat Wolff ‘not fazed by Cara’s craziness’
Nat Wolff ‘not fazed by Cara’s craziness’ Cara Delevingne and Nat Wolff Cara Delevingne did a number of
while filming her new movie Paper Towns, including gun slinging and obsessing over...
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St. C., Harrison to play soccer in Columbus
However, the St. Clairsville and Harrison Central boys' soccer teams will have a lot more on their minds than barbeques and picnics. When the Red Devils and Huskies meet for the first of two...
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Butler’s Herald leaves coaching gig, signs with W...
It's natural for baseball people to get into coaching once their playing careers are done. While Cody Herald enjoyed being in the dugout, he doesn't want to stay there yet. He signed to play with the...
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Seton Hill University
Editorial: The gift of nature isn't always free
... true conservationist is a man who knows that the world is not given by his fathers, but borrowed from his children.” Audubon might have also noted that if we have much hope of letting the planet...
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St. Johns County
Todd Kibby, Jose Barraza lead Crushers past Beach...
AVON — Two droughts came to an end Friday night for the Lake Erie Crushers in a 6-5 win over the Traverse City Beach Bums. Jose Barraza’s grand slam in the bottom of the fourth — his first home run...
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Herd pitcher signs pro deal
Herd pitcher signs pro deal Jul. 25, 2015 @ 12:01 AM The Herald-Dispatch HUNTINGTON - Marshall University's baseball program has its eighth professional player. Kolin Stanley, who finished his...
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Phillips, Walch Will Otters to 8-1 Win
The Evansville Otters (39-19) received three RBIs from outfielder Dane Phillips and 7.0 innings of one run baseball from pitcher Trevor Walch in an 8-1 win over the Washington
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Top ten books teachers think London kids should b...
Top ten books teachers think London kids should be reading Matilda's Mr Wormwood in cake form (Picture: PA Images) Nearly 400 babies are born each day in London and they have a world of literature,...
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Free fun for all the family at Charlbury’s Rivers...
Free fun for all the family at Charlbury’s Riverside Festival Crowds enjoying the music and entertainment at Riverside Festival in Charlbury. This year's event is from tomorrow (Saturday) to Sunday....
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Snippets about Lake Tahoe
... The Governing Board of the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency on July 22 unanimously approved the Tahoe Valley Area Plan for South Lake Tahoe. · The Championship Golf Course in Incline Village has...
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South Lake Tahoe Library
Tahoe Regional Planning Agency
Traveling with a Blue Goose Passport
My son and I carry a pair of passports whenever we go on a trip around New Jersey or Pennsylvania or even range afar afield as Maryland. But they are not for identification, not in the sense that we...
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