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Hartselle Enquirer
Church CalendarRd. SW, Decatur, AL, holds a Crafts Class every Wednesday morning from 9 a.m. t
Hartselle Enquirer / Posted 6 hours ago
Rd. SW, Decatur, AL, holds a Crafts Class every Wednesday morning from 9 a.m. to noon. It is held in the Grace Resource Center library on the first floor. You may bring any craft you wish. If you are interested in learning to crochet or knit we... Read more
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Kane County Chronicle
Kane County drug court art show displays personal recoveriesfor Serenity House in Addison, and Peyton Hoehne of St. Charles look at art wor
Kane County Chronicle / Posted 4 days ago
for Serenity House in Addison, and Peyton Hoehne of St. Charles look at art work created by Hoehne during the annual Kane County Drug Court Art and Writing Show with artwork and submissions by current drug court participants at the Kane County... Read more
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Hartselle Enquirer
Church CalendarRd. SW, Decatur, AL, holds a Crafts Class every Wednesday morning from 9 a.m. t
Hartselle Enquirer / Posted 7 days ago
Rd. SW, Decatur, AL, holds a Crafts Class every Wednesday morning from 9 a.m. to noon. It is held in the Grace Resource Center library on the first floor. You may bring any craft you wish. If you are interested in learning to crochet or knit we... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Lake County man goes from alligator wrestler to reptile scientistNick Clark was 33 and coming off a $72,000-a-year salary when he made a radical
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 8 days ago
Nick Clark was 33 and coming off a $72,000-a-year salary when he made a radical career change — wrestling alligators at Gatorland for $6 an hour. He said his previous employer had fired him when, “burnt out,” he refused to sell an A/C unit to a... Read more
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Wise County Messenger
Thursday, September 14, 2017CLARK SEEKS RE-ELECTION – Wise County Judge J.D. Clark announced Wednesday he w
Wise County Messenger / Posted 11 days ago
CLARK SEEKS RE-ELECTION – Wise County Judge J.D. Clark announced Wednesday he will run for re-election in 2018. The judge said he wants to continue working to build a better county. “I still think we have work to do for which I can be helpful on the... Read more
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TribLIVE
High school scores and schedules: Sept. 13, 2017at Quaker Valley, 7:30 p.m.; New Brighton at South Side Beaver, 7 p.m.; Riversi
TribLIVE / Posted 11 days ago
at Quaker Valley, 7:30 p.m.; New Brighton at South Side Beaver, 7 p.m.; Riverside at Central Valley, 7:30 p.m. Beaver County Christian at Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, 12 a.m.; Freedom at Mohawk, 4 p.m.; Quigley Catholic at Sewickley Academy,... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
Conference aims to inspire Dayton women to leadJeff GueriniThe 35th annual Springfield-Clark County Armed Forces Day luncheon
Dayton Daily News / Posted 12 days ago
Jeff GueriniThe 35th annual Springfield-Clark County Armed Forces Day luncheon featured Cassie Barlow, executive director, WSU Aerospace Professional Development Center and colonel, USAF retired and past Wright-Patterson Air Force Base commander,... Read more
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KTNV Las Vegas
Nevada Task Force 1 heading to Florida for Hurricane Irma responsedisasters throughout the United States. These task forces, complete with necess
KTNV Las Vegas / Posted 17 days ago
disasters throughout the United States. These task forces, complete with necessary tools and equipment, and required skills and techniques, can be deployed by FEMA for the rescue of victims of structural collapses due to man-made or natural... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Phoenix concert news: Lindsey Stirling Winter tour, Markiplier, Hope 4 Houston benefitand deepens our partnership with the Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix and t
The Arizona Republic / Posted 18 days ago
and deepens our partnership with the Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix and the Valley of the Sun Jewish Community Center.” The DGJMF's mission is “to use the spiritual power of music to create a stronger sense of Jewish identity,... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
Should children be allowed to get married? In Ohio, thousands doa decade older than her. With her mother’s blessing, Hatfield and her boyfrien
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 18 days ago
a decade older than her. With her mother’s blessing, Hatfield and her boyfriend, Daniel Bostwick, Jr., asked Montgomery County Juvenile Court Judge Nick Kuntz for permission to marry. Kuntz seemed to balk initially, Hatfield said. “Then I... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Should children be allowed to get married? In Ohio, thousands doa decade older than her. With her mother’s blessing, Hatfield and her boyfrien
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 18 days ago
a decade older than her. With her mother’s blessing, Hatfield and her boyfriend, Daniel Bostwick, Jr., asked Montgomery County Juvenile Court Judge Nick Kuntz for permission to marry. Kuntz seemed to balk initially, Hatfield said. “Then I... Read more
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Boston Globe
2017 Eastern Massachusetts high school football team-by-team previewsquarterback E.J. Perry to graduation (now at BC), Andover’s 2017 outlook remain
Boston Globe / Posted 18 days ago
quarterback E.J. Perry to graduation (now at BC), Andover’s 2017 outlook remains a question mark. Nick Dellatto steps under center to replace Perry at QB. Still, the elder Perry’s squad is deep all around. Senior wideout Cedric Gillette was... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
East Topeka Learning Center will spur growthengagement and education. In many ways, the last item on that list is the most
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 19 days ago
engagement and education. In many ways, the last item on that list is the most important — education gives workers the skills they need to secure better jobs, which benefits employers and the entire community by increasing economic output,... Read more
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Boston Globe
A hockey pro dies, and the coach he said raped him is freepeople whose lives he had touched. But only a few knew of his personal torment
Boston Globe / Posted 23 days ago
people whose lives he had touched. But only a few knew of his personal torment. According to his family and Suffolk County prosecutors, Gove never escaped the anguished memories of his treatment by an influential Boston hockey coach who... Read more
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Deseret News
The beneficial activity that should be on every senior's bucket liston the Salvation Army board, but also on the Salt Lake Aging and Adult Services
Deseret News / Posted 23 days ago
on the Salvation Army board, but also on the Salt Lake Aging and Adult Services Council. He’s a volunteer for the Salt Lake County Retired and Senior Volunteer Program, or RSVP, where he serves as a team leader who takes turns delivering Meals on... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
Free English as a second language course now offered in Clark CountyClark State Community College is now offering a free English as a Second Langua
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 23 days ago
Clark State Community College is now offering a free English as a Second Language Course in Clark County. The school received a $7,500 grant from the Dollar General Literacy Foundation. The school was able to match the funds with money from the... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
Strict rules in Ohio program deny payouts to thousands of victimsthe fund to cover the cost of $3 million in rape kits. Elizabeth Well, legal d
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 25 days ago
the fund to cover the cost of $3 million in rape kits. Elizabeth Well, legal director of the Ohio Crime Victim Justice Center, said the program’s restrictions can undermine one of its goals, which is to encourage victims to report... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
Preseason peek at Shelter Island volleyballThe Island’s legendary three-time collegiate All-American volleyball star Kelse
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 26 days ago
The Island’s legendary three-time collegiate All-American volleyball star Kelsey McGahey, center, dropped in at a recent practice of this year’s Shelter Island High School team. Labor Day is nigh and high school sports are back. The volleyball team... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Community Job and Resource Fair helps open doors for unemployedFamilies First workforce are sponsoring the Community Job and Resource Fair fro
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 28 days ago
Families First workforce are sponsoring the Community Job and Resource Fair from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday in the Kingdom Center at Olivet Baptist Church. More than 30 employers will be accepting applications and scheduling interviews, parents... Read more
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The Columbian
Blind man sees eclipse through others’ wordswheel of cheddar. Or, it was like a huge smile in the sky. How about a big yell
The Columbian / Posted 30 days ago
wheel of cheddar. Or, it was like a huge smile in the sky. How about a big yellow toenail clipping? That was the view from Clark County, where on Aug. 21 the moon briefly covered 99 percent of the sun. If you’d traveled down into the path of... Read more
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ajc.com
Close to home for Aug. 26species. Tools and gloves will be provided. Bring water and snacks. LaShanda Da
ajc.com / Posted a month ago
species. Tools and gloves will be provided. Bring water and snacks. LaShanda Davis at 404-371-3643 or lsdavis@DeKalbCountyGa.gov. Summer Sing workshop in Dunwoody Choral Guild of Atlanta’s Summer Sing workshop. 9 a.m. refreshments, 10 a.m.... Read more
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Santa Maria Times
Your Central Coast A&E Calendarfilm series 007: Bond, James Bond concludes with a screening of "Skyfall" at 8:
Santa Maria Times / Posted a month ago
film series 007: Bond, James Bond concludes with a screening of "Skyfall" at 8:30 p.m. under the stars at the Santa Barbara County Courthouse Sunken Garden. PASO ROBLES, Aug 26 -– 98.1 KJUG Back to School Bash, featuring Eli Young Band, Drake White... Read more
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The Addison County Independent
Open Door Clinic loses key health care fundinghave a dramatic impact on the nonprofit’s efforts to extend medical care to mig
The Addison County Independent / Posted 1 months ago
have a dramatic impact on the nonprofit’s efforts to extend medical care to migrant farm workers and connect some Addison County residents to health insurance. The $62,000 shortfall includes the loss of $12,000 in state funding for the ODC’s... Read more

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