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The Chattanoogan
Baylor, GPS, CCS Advance To State Soccer Semifinalsback to Boro." Baylor out shot Hutchinson 10-2. Peyton Randolph and Shannon Ur
The Chattanoogan / Posted 22 minutes ago
back to Boro." Baylor out shot Hutchinson 10-2. Peyton Randolph and Shannon Urey combined for two saves for Baylor. Anne Murray had six saves for Hutchison. Baylor advances to the state semifinals which will be played on Thursday in... Read more
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WXOW 19 La Crosse
Toyland Grand Opening at Blain's Farm and Fleetbecause I have four boys. so for the holidays, birthdays, whatever, it's a good
WXOW 19 La Crosse / Posted 30 minutes ago
because I have four boys. so for the holidays, birthdays, whatever, it's a good time to load up on all the presents," said Anne Caulum, a customer at Toy Land. Store managers say Toyland will remain open until the very last toy is sold. Farm and... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Meech guaranteed at least silver at Gamagori World CupVasileia Karachaliou (GRE) 4 4 1 9 (14) 8 5 4 - 35 pts 2nd: Emma Plasschaert (
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 53 minutes ago
Vasileia Karachaliou (GRE) 4 4 1 9 (14) 8 5 4 - 35 pts 2nd: Emma Plasschaert (BEL) (16) 1 4 6 12 6 12 1 - 42 pts 3rd: Anne-Marie Rindom (DEN) 5 22 2 9 4 (26) 2 - 45 pts33rd: Susannah Pyatt (NZL) 14 32 32 30 32 18 (33) 32 - 189 pts49er (20... Read more
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The Courier
Months of road works finishedis now complete at the new roundabout in Daylesford after over four months of c
The Courier / Posted an hour ago
is now complete at the new roundabout in Daylesford after over four months of construction work and traffic delays. Mary-Anne Thomas and Farmers Arms owner Mitchell Duncan at the new roundabout. Picture: Rochelle Kirkham. It is hoped the new... Read more
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The Irish Times
The kitchen gadgets food pros can't do withoutI’m interested in looking at the multi-cooker, which seems to be new twist on a
The Irish Times / Posted an hour ago
I’m interested in looking at the multi-cooker, which seems to be new twist on a slow cooker, with extra functions.” Anne Neary, head tutor and owner of Ryeland House and Cookery School in Kilkenny, will be hosting cookery demonstrations at... Read more
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The North West Star
Former TV executive Ian Holmes lists Palm Beach trophyJulina Lim lists her Vaucluse digs for $17 million to $18 million. Former Netw
The North West Star / Posted an hour ago
Julina Lim lists her Vaucluse digs for $17 million to $18 million. Former Network Seven chairman Ian Holmes and his wife Anne have listed one of Palm Beach's best trophy homes in recent years, following their recent downsize to a $5.8 million pad... Read more
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The Morning Call
"Never, Never, Give Up" - Couple adopts an adultThe new family Sam, father, daughter Christa and wife Anne Crothers pose for a
The Morning Call / Posted an hour ago
The new family Sam, father, daughter Christa and wife Anne Crothers pose for a family portrait during an adult baby shower held for Sam and Anne Crothers and their new adult daughter Christa at the Historic Benner Mansion in Allentown on Saturday.... Read more
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The Daily Californian
What chick flicks should you watch this weekend?Jones’s Baby.” In the mood for nostalgia? Try “The Princess Diaries.” The cla
The Daily Californian / Posted 2 hours ago
Jones’s Baby.” In the mood for nostalgia? Try “The Princess Diaries.” The classic. This is how we met sweetheart actress Anne Hathaway. How could we forget the famous kiss between Mia and Michael, when Mia gracefully lifts her leg and flicks on... Read more
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CBS 58 Milwaukee
Bucks and ATC to bring back "Trees for Threes" Initiative for 2017-2018 Seasonincredibly excited to partner with the Bucks again this season,” said ATC’s Dir
CBS 58 Milwaukee / Posted 2 hours ago
incredibly excited to partner with the Bucks again this season,” said ATC’s Director of Corporate Communications Anne Spaltholz. “The more 3-pointers the Bucks score at home, the more trees go in the ground. By the end of the season,... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Chris Kamara cuts back on drinking after downing four times recommended limitrun.” Chris says he upped his drinking because of boredom while working away.
Daily Mirror / Posted 2 hours ago
run.” Chris says he upped his drinking because of boredom while working away. And the time he did give up booze his wife Anne complained he was “miserable”. The dad of two, who has plugged Carlsberg lager and now stars in TV ads for Ladbrokes,... Read more
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The Andalusia Star-News
Dr. Richard Kearley was first Covington County veterinarianFirst Baptist Church of Andalusia. They both contributed much to the community
The Andalusia Star-News / Posted 2 hours ago
First Baptist Church of Andalusia. They both contributed much to the community and proudly reared two children: Richard and Anne. Richard honored his dad by writing, “He was recognized as having the highest integrity, honesty and truthfulness. He... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Finaghy murder: Two men arrested after Anne O’Neill (51) dies from her injuries Screams break morning silence in quiet cul-de-sac - police launch murder prob
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 3 hours ago
Screams break morning silence in quiet cul-de-sac - police launch murder probe Police at the scene on Ardmore Avenue in the Finaghy area of Belfast where a woman in her... Read more
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WXOW 19 La Crosse
University of Wisconsin may drop its full-time MBA programby faculty. Hausch invited students to a town-hall meeting next week to discus
WXOW 19 La Crosse / Posted 3 hours ago
by faculty. Hausch invited students to a town-hall meeting next week to discuss the plan with business school Dean Anne P. Massey. Any changes would need to be approved by the school's faculty. Copyright 2017 The Associated Press. All... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Mirror man Phil Mellor dies at 69 after battle with cancerI have ever worked with. “He always had a funny slant on life and was cheerful
Daily Mirror / Posted 4 hours ago
I have ever worked with. “He always had a funny slant on life and was cheerful right up until the end.” Phil leaves wife Anne, and two sons, James, also a distinguished ex-Mirror journalist, and Ed, a market research executive, as well as two... Read more
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Daily Mirror
More than 8,000 war memorials honouring Britain's heroes fall into disrepairIt’s amazing the difference volunteers and donations make.” Born in 1879 to pa
Daily Mirror / Posted 4 hours ago
It’s amazing the difference volunteers and donations make.” Born in 1879 to parents Sir Tatton Sykes and Christina Anne Jessica Cavendish-Bentinck, Sir Mark had a difficult upbringing. A 30-year age gap between his parents created a... Read more
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Caledonia Courier
UBC medical students learn to care for Indigenous peopledegrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts i
Caledonia Courier / Posted 4 hours ago
degrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts in terms of how you made them feel.” Carrie Anne Vanderhoop, who led the development of the curriculum as part of her work in the Centre for Excellence in Indigenous... Read more
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Vernon Morning Star
UBC medical students learn to care for Indigenous peopledegrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts i
Vernon Morning Star / Posted 4 hours ago
degrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts in terms of how you made them feel.” Carrie Anne Vanderhoop, who led the development of the curriculum as part of her work in the Centre for Excellence in Indigenous... Read more
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Parksville Qualicum Beach News
UBC medical students learn to care for Indigenous peopledegrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts i
Parksville Qualicum Beach News / Posted 4 hours ago
degrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts in terms of how you made them feel.” Carrie Anne Vanderhoop, who led the development of the curriculum as part of her work in the Centre for Excellence in Indigenous... Read more
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Alberni Valley News
UBC medical students learn to care for Indigenous peopledegrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts i
Alberni Valley News / Posted 4 hours ago
degrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts in terms of how you made them feel.” Carrie Anne Vanderhoop, who led the development of the curriculum as part of her work in the Centre for Excellence in Indigenous... Read more
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Agassiz-Harrison Observer
UBC medical students learn to care for Indigenous peopledegrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts i
Agassiz-Harrison Observer / Posted 4 hours ago
degrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts in terms of how you made them feel.” Carrie Anne Vanderhoop, who led the development of the curriculum as part of her work in the Centre for Excellence in Indigenous... Read more
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Abbotsford News
UBC medical students learn to care for Indigenous peopledegrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts i
Abbotsford News / Posted 4 hours ago
degrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts in terms of how you made them feel.” Carrie Anne Vanderhoop, who led the development of the curriculum as part of her work in the Centre for Excellence in Indigenous... Read more
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100 Mile House Free Press
UBC medical students learn to care for Indigenous peopledegrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts i
100 Mile House Free Press / Posted 4 hours ago
degrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts in terms of how you made them feel.” Carrie Anne Vanderhoop, who led the development of the curriculum as part of her work in the Centre for Excellence in Indigenous... Read more
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The North Island Gazette
UBC medical students learn to care for Indigenous peopledegrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts i
The North Island Gazette / Posted 4 hours ago
degrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts in terms of how you made them feel.” Carrie Anne Vanderhoop, who led the development of the curriculum as part of her work in the Centre for Excellence in Indigenous... Read more
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Comox Valley Record
UBC medical students learn to care for Indigenous peopledegrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts i
Comox Valley Record / Posted 4 hours ago
degrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts in terms of how you made them feel.” Carrie Anne Vanderhoop, who led the development of the curriculum as part of her work in the Centre for Excellence in Indigenous... Read more
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Castlegar News
UBC medical students learn to care for Indigenous peopledegrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts i
Castlegar News / Posted 4 hours ago
degrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts in terms of how you made them feel.” Carrie Anne Vanderhoop, who led the development of the curriculum as part of her work in the Centre for Excellence in Indigenous... Read more
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Cloverdale Reporter
UBC medical students learn to care for Indigenous peopledegrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts i
Cloverdale Reporter / Posted 4 hours ago
degrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts in terms of how you made them feel.” Carrie Anne Vanderhoop, who led the development of the curriculum as part of her work in the Centre for Excellence in Indigenous... Read more
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Campbell River Mirror
UBC medical students learn to care for Indigenous peopledegrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts i
Campbell River Mirror / Posted 4 hours ago
degrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts in terms of how you made them feel.” Carrie Anne Vanderhoop, who led the development of the curriculum as part of her work in the Centre for Excellence in Indigenous... Read more
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Arrow Lakes News
UBC medical students learn to care for Indigenous peopledegrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts i
Arrow Lakes News / Posted 4 hours ago
degrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts in terms of how you made them feel.” Carrie Anne Vanderhoop, who led the development of the curriculum as part of her work in the Centre for Excellence in Indigenous... Read more
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Kitimat Sentinel
UBC medical students learn to care for Indigenous peopledegrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts i
Kitimat Sentinel / Posted 4 hours ago
degrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts in terms of how you made them feel.” Carrie Anne Vanderhoop, who led the development of the curriculum as part of her work in the Centre for Excellence in Indigenous... Read more
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Peace Arch News
UBC medical students learn to care for Indigenous peopledegrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts i
Peace Arch News / Posted 5 hours ago
degrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts in terms of how you made them feel.” Carrie Anne Vanderhoop, who led the development of the curriculum as part of her work in the Centre for Excellence in Indigenous... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Finaghy murder: Two men arrested after Anne O’Neill (51) dies from injuries Screams break morning silence in quiet cul-de-sac - police launch murder prob
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 5 hours ago
Screams break morning silence in quiet cul-de-sac - police launch murder probe Police at the scene on Ardmore Avenue in the Finaghy area of Belfast where a woman in her 50s... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
UBC medical students learn to care for Indigenous peopledegrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts i
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted 5 hours ago
degrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts in terms of how you made them feel.” Carrie Anne Vanderhoop, who led the development of the curriculum as part of her work in the Centre for Excellence in Indigenous... Read more
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Williams Lake Tribune
UBC medical students learn to care for Indigenous peopledegrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts i
Williams Lake Tribune / Posted 5 hours ago
degrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts in terms of how you made them feel.” Carrie Anne Vanderhoop, who led the development of the curriculum as part of her work in the Centre for Excellence in Indigenous... Read more
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Sicamous Eagle Valley News
UBC medical students learn to care for Indigenous peopledegrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts i
Sicamous Eagle Valley News / Posted 5 hours ago
degrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts in terms of how you made them feel.” Carrie Anne Vanderhoop, who led the development of the curriculum as part of her work in the Centre for Excellence in Indigenous... Read more
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Oak Bay News
UBC medical students learn to care for Indigenous peopledegrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts i
Oak Bay News / Posted 5 hours ago
degrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts in terms of how you made them feel.” Carrie Anne Vanderhoop, who led the development of the curriculum as part of her work in the Centre for Excellence in Indigenous... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
UBC medical students learn to care for Indigenous peopledegrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts i
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 5 hours ago
degrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts in terms of how you made them feel.” Carrie Anne Vanderhoop, who led the development of the curriculum as part of her work in the Centre for Excellence in Indigenous... Read more
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Penticton Western News
UBC medical students learn to care for Indigenous peopledegrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts i
Penticton Western News / Posted 5 hours ago
degrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts in terms of how you made them feel.” Carrie Anne Vanderhoop, who led the development of the curriculum as part of her work in the Centre for Excellence in Indigenous... Read more
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Aldergrove Star
UBC medical students learn to care for Indigenous peopledegrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts i
Aldergrove Star / Posted 5 hours ago
degrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts in terms of how you made them feel.” Carrie Anne Vanderhoop, who led the development of the curriculum as part of her work in the Centre for Excellence in Indigenous... Read more
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Salmon Arm Observer
UBC medical students learn to care for Indigenous peopledegrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts i
Salmon Arm Observer / Posted 5 hours ago
degrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts in terms of how you made them feel.” Carrie Anne Vanderhoop, who led the development of the curriculum as part of her work in the Centre for Excellence in Indigenous... Read more
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Keremeos Review
UBC medical students learn to care for Indigenous peopledegrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts i
Keremeos Review / Posted 5 hours ago
degrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts in terms of how you made them feel.” Carrie Anne Vanderhoop, who led the development of the curriculum as part of her work in the Centre for Excellence in Indigenous... Read more
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Langley Times
UBC medical students learn to care for Indigenous peopledegrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts i
Langley Times / Posted 5 hours ago
degrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts in terms of how you made them feel.” Carrie Anne Vanderhoop, who led the development of the curriculum as part of her work in the Centre for Excellence in Indigenous... Read more
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Mission City Record
UBC medical students learn to care for Indigenous peopledegrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts i
Mission City Record / Posted 5 hours ago
degrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts in terms of how you made them feel.” Carrie Anne Vanderhoop, who led the development of the curriculum as part of her work in the Centre for Excellence in Indigenous... Read more
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Clearwater Times
UBC medical students learn to care for Indigenous peopledegrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts i
Clearwater Times / Posted 5 hours ago
degrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts in terms of how you made them feel.” Carrie Anne Vanderhoop, who led the development of the curriculum as part of her work in the Centre for Excellence in Indigenous... Read more
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Nanaimo News Bulletin
UBC medical students learn to care for Indigenous peopledegrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts i
Nanaimo News Bulletin / Posted 5 hours ago
degrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts in terms of how you made them feel.” Carrie Anne Vanderhoop, who led the development of the curriculum as part of her work in the Centre for Excellence in Indigenous... Read more
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Lake Cowichan Gazette
UBC medical students learn to care for Indigenous peopledegrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts i
Lake Cowichan Gazette / Posted 5 hours ago
degrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts in terms of how you made them feel.” Carrie Anne Vanderhoop, who led the development of the curriculum as part of her work in the Centre for Excellence in Indigenous... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
UBC medical students learn to care for Indigenous peopledegrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts i
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 5 hours ago
degrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts in terms of how you made them feel.” Carrie Anne Vanderhoop, who led the development of the curriculum as part of her work in the Centre for Excellence in Indigenous... Read more
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Summerland Review
UBC medical students learn to care for Indigenous peopledegrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts i
Summerland Review / Posted 5 hours ago
degrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts in terms of how you made them feel.” Carrie Anne Vanderhoop, who led the development of the curriculum as part of her work in the Centre for Excellence in Indigenous... Read more
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Hope Standard
UBC medical students learn to care for Indigenous peopledegrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts i
Hope Standard / Posted 5 hours ago
degrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts in terms of how you made them feel.” Carrie Anne Vanderhoop, who led the development of the curriculum as part of her work in the Centre for Excellence in Indigenous... Read more
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Terrace Standard
UBC medical students learn to care for Indigenous peopledegrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts i
Terrace Standard / Posted 5 hours ago
degrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts in terms of how you made them feel.” Carrie Anne Vanderhoop, who led the development of the curriculum as part of her work in the Centre for Excellence in Indigenous... Read more
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Quesnel Cariboo Observer
UBC medical students learn to care for Indigenous peopledegrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts i
Quesnel Cariboo Observer / Posted 5 hours ago
degrees after your name it’s the patient and their family who are the experts in terms of how you made them feel.” Carrie Anne Vanderhoop, who led the development of the curriculum as part of her work in the Centre for Excellence in Indigenous... Read more
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