Linda Fries

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Hartselle Enquirer
Massey Newsfollowing lunch. The event is chaired by a committee consisting of Carol and De
Hartselle Enquirer / Posted 6 days ago
following lunch. The event is chaired by a committee consisting of Carol and Delton Vaughn, Denise Collins and also Linda Walker. Everyone is welcome to attend the all day singing and lunch. On Sept. 22, Friday, the Falkville Public Library... Read more
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TribLIVE
So many choices, so much goodness at Oakmont Deli and Specialty Soups— with no added trans fats, artificial flavors or colors and are lower in sodiu
TribLIVE / Posted 6 days ago
— with no added trans fats, artificial flavors or colors and are lower in sodium than other meats. McCurdy and his wife Linda, both Oakmonters, opened Oakmont Deli eight years ago. They previously owned a restaurant in Hilton Head, S.C., during... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Seattle-area musicians on hand as Monterey Jazz Festival marks 60th yearlines; robust alto saxophonist Tia Fuller and trumpeter Ingrid Jensen shared a
The Seattle Times / Posted 7 days ago
lines; robust alto saxophonist Tia Fuller and trumpeter Ingrid Jensen shared a splendid, celebratory set; and bassist Linda May Han Oh offered shapely, thoughtful pieces that drew the listener in. Those acts performed on stages scattered... Read more
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Variety
‘Twin Peaks’ Finale Recap: The Story Ends — Forever? — with a Mystifying, Entrancing Finishjust happened?” asks one cowboy to another, when an FBI agent named Dale Cooper
Variety / Posted 22 days ago
just happened?” asks one cowboy to another, when an FBI agent named Dale Cooper — or is it Richard? — disarms them, deep-fries their guns, and then at gunpoint, courteously asks the waitress write down an address. It’s a question that applies to... Read more
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The Age
Assisted dying: How can silent pressure be legislated against?it's naive to think otherwise. Equal marriage is a human right and will not imp
The Age / Posted 22 days ago
it's naive to think otherwise. Equal marriage is a human right and will not impinge on any religious freedoms. Linda Mackie, CollingwoodReason prevails Thank you for printing excerpts from the letters of the Jesuit principals to their... Read more
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Valley Free Press
What's Happening for Sept. 2, 2017Sclerosis Support Group 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 5, at the Sandwich Park Dis
Valley Free Press / Posted 24 days ago
Sclerosis Support Group 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 5, at the Sandwich Park District building, 1001 N. Latham St. Call Linda with any questions at 815-786-2434. Creative Yarns 6 p.m. Tuesdays at the Sandwich Public Library, 925 S. Main St.... Read more
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Valley Free Press
What's Happening for Aug. 26, 2017S. Main St. Agenda items include American Pride Ride, group rides and upcoming
Valley Free Press / Posted a month ago
S. Main St. Agenda items include American Pride Ride, group rides and upcoming events. Meetings are open. For details, call Linda at 630-552-3828. Sing, Bounce, Read! 10:30 a.m. the first Friday of each month – next, Sept. 1 – at the Sandwich... Read more
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Dover Post
Rehoboth Beach Reads winning stories announcedBomber Jacket,” Jackson Coppley, Rehoboth Beach and Chevy Chase, Maryland, thir
Dover Post / Posted 1 months ago
Bomber Jacket,” Jackson Coppley, Rehoboth Beach and Chevy Chase, Maryland, third place. — “Lefty and the Empty Bucket of Fries,” Tony Houck, Fredericksburg, Virginia, judge's award. — “Rearrangements,” Marie Lathers, Cleveland Heights, Ohio,... Read more
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Smyrna Clayton Sun Times
Rehoboth Beach Reads winning stories announcedBomber Jacket,” Jackson Coppley, Rehoboth Beach and Chevy Chase, Maryland, thir
Smyrna Clayton Sun Times / Posted 1 months ago
Bomber Jacket,” Jackson Coppley, Rehoboth Beach and Chevy Chase, Maryland, third place. — “Lefty and the Empty Bucket of Fries,” Tony Houck, Fredericksburg, Virginia, judge's award. — “Rearrangements,” Marie Lathers, Cleveland Heights, Ohio,... Read more
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The Mercury News
Bird poop on the minds – and heads – of San Francisco baseball playersBy LINDA WANG SAN FRANCISCO – Like any player, San Francisco Giants outfielder
The Mercury News / Posted 1 months ago
By LINDA WANG SAN FRANCISCO – Like any player, San Francisco Giants outfielder Denard Span worries about hitting nasty curveballs and losing fly balls in the sun. But he’s got another concern when he’s playing at his home stadium: birds pooping on... Read more
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