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Monument honors WWII airmen who trained in Columb...
It's a period in history often forgotten, the casualties of World War II. Wednesday 230 aviators were memorialized, having lost their lives in training in Columbia. Two and half years ago it was an...
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Gilas doubtful for Jones Cup in Taiwan
MANILA, Philippines – The Philippine men's national basketball team may not be able to defend their title in the annual
Cup, to be held this July in Taiwan. This is due to the...
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Philippine Coast Guard
BONCZEK, GARY, Scranton, Tuesday, 11 a.m., Bomberger-Lesko Funeral Home Inc., 1660 N. Main Ave., Scranton. Contributions: Northeast Regional Cancer Institute. BOROSKY, EDWARD T. "JIM," Simpson,...
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Canteen bingo held at Veterans Affairs Medical Ce...
The Disabled Americans Veterans Chapter 102 recently sponsored a canteen bingo for patients at the Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center. At the event, from left, first row, Robert Bartlow,...
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Flags placed at local cemeteries
Personnel of the Retiree Activities Office (RAO), Department of the United States Air Force and members of the Northeast Retired Air Force Wing recently placed approximately 500 flags at three local...
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United States Air Force
Ramsey police captain retiring after 26 years
Ramsey — Police Capt. Raymond Bailey announced his retirement to the borough in a letter dated Tuesday, May 7, officials said at the May 8 Borough Council meeting. His retirement will be effective...
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Stepson charged in Mother's Day cookout murder
... - A stepson who is charged with killing his stepfather at a family cookout on Mother's Day remains in jail on a $1 million bond. DeAndre Lax, 29, is accused of murdering
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Stepson charged in North Memphis shooting death
Memphis police have charged the stepson of the victim in Sunday's shooting death in North Memphis. Deandre Lax has been charged with shooting
in the head after a family altercation. He...
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‘US’ PG drills counterproductive’
US’ Persian Gulf drills, counterproductive, provocative:
The maneuvers themselves, when you get this amount of firepower directed at any particular part of the world becomes somewhat...
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GALLERY: Harpenden score 35 runs to beat hapless ...
Potters Bar celebrate taking Latham's wicket GALLERY: Harpenden score 35 runs to beat hapless Potters Bar HARPENDEN didn’t need to get anywhere near top gear as they strolled to a seven-wicket...
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City filled with forgotten history
Hal Wolford, Evansville A recent story in the Evansville Courier & Press told of new efforts to restore the old pipe organ in the Coliseum. This is not the first effort in that regard. A few years...
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BADMINTON: Oxon pair fall short
BADMINTON: Oxon pair fall short Drayton's Louise Atkins and Ben Roberts (Brize Norton) lost 21-14, 24-19 to
(Surrey) and Freya Patel-Redfearn (Middlesex) in the mixed doubles final at...
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Not-so-conservative science on ‘ultraconservative...
The Fully (sic) team writes… We have a pretty good idea of what humans were up to 15,000 years ago. We know that Homo Sapiens were the last surviving branch of the human species after the extinction...
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$3 Million Settlement in CIA Whistleblower Case
Associated Press ALEXANDRIA, Va. (AP) - A trio of CIA contractors has agreed to pay $3 million to settle a whistleblower case accusing the companies of plying CIA employees with gifts to win...
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SELIN: The annual of Marshall High School
Published by the Senior Class of 1916 Vol. II PART I: The following information taken from the above named yearbook, was given to me by a former teacher in the Marshall School District. I find it...
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Religion Notes: May 4
The Rev. Mike Smith, pastor of Fruitland Baptist Church, received the Baptist State Convention and N.C. Baptist Foundation’s 2013 Heritage Award on April 23 in Greensboro. This award is presented for...
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How to Read a Graveyard by Peter Stanford – review
This book was born when Peter Stanford's children made him get a dog. He had been, he says, "as much a cemetery avoider as the next person", but now he had a reason to take walks in the local...
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Barnstable Fire District holds election, annual m...
The Barnstable Fire District will hold its elections from 8:30-11:30 a.m. on Saturday, May 4. The annual meeting will be on May 8 at 7:30 p.m. at the Barnstable West Barnstable School. Currently...
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Pacheco students learn value of volunteering
Hoping to inspire her class during national volunteer week last Thursday, Dawn Burhans took her fifth grade class to the Veteran’s Memorial at Anderson River Park to do some gardening. Around 25...
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United States Navy
Local man faces serious charges after routine roo...
Cordele — A parole officer making a routine check of the room of one of his clients last Thursday found items that likely will be sending the offender back behind bars. An activity report submitted...
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