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Douglas William Bailey passed away Monday, October 20, 2014 at the age of 94 with family at his side. Doug was born on October 31, 1919 to William and Esther Bailey in Long Beach, California. At the...
Read more at The Bakersfield Californian
United States Army
NSW Blues paceman Gurinder Sandhu shines in Matad...
... eluded him but wickets did not. The 21-year-old from Blacktown shared bowling duties with Doug Bollinger, Pat Cummins, Josh Hazlewood and Sean Abbott in the day-night Matador Cup final...
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Ratepayers' meetings cover all election topics
... the opportunity to vote on the $70 million master water plan borrowing referendum. That vote will coincide with the Nov. 15 election. Along with a meeting Tuesday hosted by the Regional...
Read more at Vernon Morning Star
Henton humbled by those who help
... an education. Hundreds of friends, family members, acquaintances and people who never met Doug Henton before spent part of Saturday afternoon at Waterford's indoor town green, otherwise...
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New London High School
Coast Guard Academy
Creswick Football Netball Club to stay at Doug Li...
Shire Council Mayor Don Henderson says it is highly unlikely Creswick Football Netball Club will be forced to shift any home games away from the troubled Doug Lindsay Recreation...
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Central Highlands Football League
Democrats and Republicans haven’t figured out how...
... out of touch with most people. It partly explains why former White House political director Doug Sosnik warned recently that it is difficult to overstate the depth of the anger and alienation...
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Go with incumbents
... these incumbents are � more or less � keeping Vermont on track. (A separate editorial will speak to the lieutenant governor�s race.) Beth Pearce is a numbers person. She has worked hard...
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Frank Pignanelli & LaVarr Webb: Gossip topics for...
... time for some “inside baseball” analysis that only the most diehard followers of politics will care about. Unfortunately for the state’s general mental health, many people are diehards. So...
Read more at Deseret News
the World Series
Race for Utah's 2nd District has been low profile...
... as Republican Mia Love has brought in huge fundraising numbers and is leading Democrat Doug Owens. Utah's 2nd District reaches from Farmington to the Arizona border, encompassing Salt...
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No. 10 TCU gets record-setting 82-27 rout of Tech
... another payoff for Patterson after hiring Cumbie, who was on Kingsbury's staff last year, and Doug Meacham in the offseason when he decided that he needed an offense that could keep up in the...
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... the following Sunday’s paper. GOVERNMENT MEETINGS • CHESANING VILLAGE PLANNING COMMISSION will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 28 in the council chambers, 1100 W. Broad St. CLUBS AND...
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Open house to mark battle’s 150th anniversary
The 150th anniversary of the Second Battle of Newtonia will be commemorated Tuesday, Oct. 28, in the small Civil War community of Newtonia. This is the same date as the actual battle, which was the...
Read more at The Neosho Daily News
Crusaders cruise to 41-8 win over Madonna on Seni...
Crusaders climbed above the .500 mark for the first time this season. Steve Daley's 5-4 club will drop the curtain Friday with a road trip to Conotton Valley. The game originally was scheduled...
Read more at Weirton Daily Times
... Nov. 4. The only county polling location change is in Minot's northeast quadrant, where voting will take place in First Presbyterian Church, 1000 Third St. NE. As of Friday morning, the Ward...
Read more at Minot Daily News
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FDCSD board to meet Monday
The board will consider the donation of a wrestling mat to the district, hear the Annual Progress Report on the district for 2013-14 and review student achievement goals, and also hear a report on...
Read more at The Fort Dodge Messenger
Business Roundup for October 26
... and mobile applications and eLearning experiences. As a technical project manager, Abruzzese will drive sophisticated web application development projects for d'Vinci. He brings more than eight...
Read more at The Martinsburg Journal
75 years of making waves
David White, Kerry Buckeridge, David Henshaw, Brian Burey, Kim Saker, Barry Haydon, Steve Sly, Doug Hogan, Graham Spicer, Rick Page, Ray Chapman, Ray “Rabbits” Warren and Kenny Sutcliffe. Graham...
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the Melbourne Cup
Five questions to ponder during New Mexico State'...
... and help our defense while they matured but that hasn't panned out," said Aggies head coach Doug Martin, who is nearing the end of his second season at NMSU. "We are more talented on offense...
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Officials lock in on name for new jail
COUNTY — It’s official: Forsyth County’s new jail, which is well on its way to completion, will be called the Forsyth County Jail. The building’s name, a change from the current “detention...
Read more at Forsyth County News
Swearingen Brothers cherish HOF induction
Ferry High School Athletic Hall of Fame. "I didn't realize there wasn't a Hall of Fame already," Doug, the oldest of the two by three years, admitted during a well-attended reception Friday...
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