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Volunteers in high demand for events such as Garl...
Volunteers in high demand for events such as Garlic Fest, Car Show TOM MOMBERG, Staff Writer BENNINGTON -- It was estimated that between 12,000 and 13,000 people came out to Camelot Village on...
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Van Buren landfill seeks tenfold increase in radi...
A hazardous waste landfill near Belleville that has gained the attention of Michigan lawmakers for accepting low-activity radioactive oil and gas fracking waste from other states is seeking approval...
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Michigan Department of Environmental Quality
Van Buren Township
ESYC Elite basketball program had a summer to rem...
Football season is just underway, but basketball is always in the heart and mind of Marlon Thomas. He's the basketball director of the ESYC Elite program and his mission is to make the Lehigh Valley...
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Dogs get the blues when children go back to school
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Young people aren't the only ones who get back-to-school blues. Pooches used to months of constant playtime can get upset when their best buddies disappear with the dog days of...
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Tufts University's Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine
Missouri prep football scores
Friday, Aug. 29Ozark ConferenceSpringfield Kickapoo 57, Rolla 35Lebanon 15, Waynesville 14West Plains 19, Camdenton 13Springfield Hillcrest 40, Springfield Glendale 12Joplin 35, Springfield Parkview...
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Willow Hill commemorates ‘equalization school’ pa...
The fact that
Hill School was established in 1874 testifies to the desire of the founding families, nine years out of slavery, to educate their children. But the existing building, built in...
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Georgia Department of Natural Resources
U.S. Supreme Court
Thousands head to Lake Mead to bid farewell to su...
LAKE MEAD, Nev. -- Tens of thousands of people bid farewell to summer by enjoying Lake Mead for Labor Day weekend. While there were a few minor rescues, DUI's and boating incidents, the vast majority...
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Spartanburg Water embarks on 5-year, $25M project
The project began last year with lines on Old Country Parrish, Rockwood and Hilldale drives, Houston and West Cleveland streets and Jerusalem Road already replaced. Work is being done in Converse...
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Pittsburg: Victim of fatal hit-and-run identified
PITTSBURG -- A woman killed in a hit-and-run collision Sunday evening in Pittsburg has been identified by the Contra Costa County Coroner's office as Bay Point resident Michelle Braz, 50. Pittsburg...
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Inside Bay Area
Contra Costa Times Newspapers
KTVU 2 San Francisco
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Pittsburg Police Department
Ranjan Madugalle going great guns
Former Sri Lanka Test Captain and one of the most elegant batsmen of his time Ranjan Madugalle hailing from Kandy achieved a milestone when as Chief of Match Referees he officiated in his 150th Test...
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International Criminal Court
Ministry of Sport
Ministry of Sports
Backswing -- Darryl James turns attention to prov...
The good-natured trash-talk started a full week before the tournament. As Calgary’s Darryl James (National Golf Academy at Shaganappi) awaited confirmation last Tuesday that he’d qualified for the...
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the Champions Tour
Championship clash settles the score
The 2014 season at Peterborough Speedway came down to a one-night showdown Saturday, Aug. 30 as the Championship Clash settled this year's track championships in the Battlefield Equipment Rental 4Fun,...
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'I knew who he was'
Farmer Dan White knew a gunman was on the loose when he went to move a mob of sheep. The father of three admits he was ''looking over my shoulder'' all day. As he drove across a paddock, he saw a...
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John Henry Tully
Two men wounded in shootings
OAKLAND -- Two men were shot and wounded within an hour Sunday night in different areas of Oakland, one by someone he saw breaking into a car and the other during an attempted robbery, police said...
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Lawn bowling celebrates 125 years in St. Marys
St. Marys Lawn Bowling Club celebrated 125 years of bowling in the Stonetown this past Saturday. The 125th anniversary celebrations were held in conjunction with the Gerald W. Bull Memorial men’s...
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Golf and Country Club
Honouring the late Jim Hickey
Hundreds from across Canada and the United States had filled the Pembroke Memorial Centre before the clock struck 7 p.m. For fans and competitors, anticipation and excitement was in the air. But...
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Pride of Reading nomination for craft champion Ch...
An Earley woman who has made an “unstinting contribution to keeping the craft of basket-making alive and visible in Berkshire” has been nominated for a Pride of Reading award. Christine Brewster,...
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26 Absolutely Magical Facts About Hogwarts
For all of my fellow witches and wizards, today is September 1st and you know what that means! For all you Muggles (non-magic folk) who don’t know what I’m talking about, September 1st marks the first...
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Liverpool Plains council starts search for tanks
LIVERPOOL Plains Shire Council has started work on its underground petroleum storage system pilot program in six locations. LIVERPOOL Plains Shire Council has started work on its underground...
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New England Highway
Scales of Justice: 18 people up in court
BANBURY MAGISTRATES Stephen Baxter, 45, of Centre Street, Banbury, admitted possession of amphetamine in Banbury on June 21. Given a 12-month conditional discharge and ordered to pay a £15 victims’...
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