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Chicago Tribune
Inside Illinois' $16 billion backlog: What does the state owe your town?To get a sense of what those bills are, the Tribune obtained data from the comp
Chicago Tribune / Posted an hour ago
To get a sense of what those bills are, the Tribune obtained data from the comptroller's office that details what the state owed to different entities as of Aug. 15. The data includes more than 12,000 IOUs, some for millions of dollars to cities ($24... Read more
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The Bristol Bay Times
Unalaska clinic faces funding crisisthe Unalaska City Council, with an emergency grant application for $700,000, ac
The Bristol Bay Times / Posted 10 hours ago
the Unalaska City Council, with an emergency grant application for $700,000, according to James Kaech, executive director of Iliuliuk Family and Health Services. The request is specifically for "urgent health care," meaning after-hours visits and... Read more
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Pilipino Star
Jeepney strike barely felt – PNPMANILA, Philippines — “Hardly felt” was how the National Capital Region Police
Pilipino Star / Posted 3 days ago
MANILA, Philippines — “Hardly felt” was how the National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) described the first of the two-day nationwide transport strike staged by members of the Pagkakaisa ng mga Samahan ng mga Tsuper at Operators Nationwide... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
FHSAA football playoff projections feature area teams on the fringeThere was a time when Spruce Creek High School football coach Andy Price could
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 8 days ago
There was a time when Spruce Creek High School football coach Andy Price could have washed his hands of fallen foes and moved on to focus on the rest of his team’s schedule without ever looking backigh school football coaches could wash their hands... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Week 8 football scheduleweek 8 varsity football schedule: MONDAY, OCT. 9 (all OCPS games postponed fro
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 13 days ago
week 8 varsity football schedule: MONDAY, OCT. 9 (all OCPS games postponed from Week 4) Timber Creek at West Orange (at Olympia), 7# Jones at Evans, 7# Boone at Orlando University, 7# Olympia at Cypress Creek, 7# Oak Ridge at Freedom,... Read more
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Canberra Times
Peter FitzSimons: If we gain a competitive World Cup, why agonise over a few last-minute defections?to hand it to rugby league. The code's ability to generate headlines, week in,
Canberra Times / Posted 14 days ago
to hand it to rugby league. The code's ability to generate headlines, week in, week out, for years on end – even in the off-season! – is extraordinary. If it's not Saturday night atrocities, it is Sunday afternoon head-highs; if its not "secret... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Peter Fitzsimons: If we gain a competitive World Cup, why agonise over a few last-minute defections?to hand it to rugby league. The code's ability to generate headlines, week in,
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 14 days ago
to hand it to rugby league. The code's ability to generate headlines, week in, week out, for years on end – even in the off-season! – is extraordinary. If it's not Saturday night atrocities, it is Sunday afternoon head-highs; if its not "secret... Read more
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The Age
Peter Fitzsimons: If we gain a competitive World Cup, why agonise over a few last-minute defections?to hand it to rugby league. The code's ability to generate headlines, week in,
The Age / Posted 14 days ago
to hand it to rugby league. The code's ability to generate headlines, week in, week out, for years on end – even in the off-season! – is extraordinary. If it's not Saturday night atrocities, it is Sunday afternoon head-highs; if its not "secret... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Authorities identify Washington state plane crash survivor— Authorities have identified the man who survived a recent plane crash in Wash
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 14 days ago
— Authorities have identified the man who survived a recent plane crash in Washington state. The Peninsula Daily News reports (http://bit.ly/2y2yU43 ) that 35-year-old Olympia resident Brent Wood, who was a passenger, was airlifted to Harborview... Read more
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Q13 FOX Seattle
Authorities identify Washington state plane crash survivor— Authorities have identified the man who survived a recent plane crash in Wash
Q13 FOX Seattle / Posted 15 days ago
— Authorities have identified the man who survived a recent plane crash in Washington state. The Peninsula Daily News reports that 35-year-old Olympia resident Brent Wood, who was a passenger, was airlifted to Harborview Medical Center Saturday... Read more
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South Sound Business Examiner
Amtrak coming inland in DecemberJust in time for the holidays travel crush, WSDOT is adding two additional roun
South Sound Business Examiner / Posted 15 days ago
Just in time for the holidays travel crush, WSDOT is adding two additional round-trip runs daily between Seattle and Portland starting Monday, Dec. 18. That will also be the inauguration of scheduled Amtrak trains using the Point Defiance by-pass,... Read more
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The Columbian
Olympia port won’t rename road after Billy Frank Jr. by Oct. 12OLYMPIA — Before a word could be uttered from the public last week, either for
The Columbian / Posted 18 days ago
OLYMPIA — Before a word could be uttered from the public last week, either for or against a proposal to rename the Port of Olympia’s Marine Drive after legendary Nisqually tribal member Billy Frank Jr., the commission had an answer for... Read more
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The Columbian
Port candidates defend positionsPort of Vancouver Commission District 1 candidates Don Orange and Kris Greene e
The Columbian / Posted 20 days ago
Port of Vancouver Commission District 1 candidates Don Orange and Kris Greene expounded on and, in some cases, defended their politics during a meeting with The Columbian’s editorial board on Friday. The closely scrutinized race is seen by some in... Read more
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South Sound Business Examiner
Mud Bay CEO speaks at Thurston EDC forumThurston Economic Development Council presented its annual real estate forum to
South Sound Business Examiner / Posted 20 days ago
Thurston Economic Development Council presented its annual real estate forum today in Olympia, with guests hearing from a principal for one of the area's largest local retailers. The keynote speaker was Marissa Wolff, CEO of Mud Bay — a very... Read more
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The Columbian
Officials to decide fate of peninsula mountain goatstragic, rare goat attack helped rekindle a dormant battle over the peninsula’s
The Columbian / Posted 26 days ago
tragic, rare goat attack helped rekindle a dormant battle over the peninsula’s mountain goats. In the 1980s and ’90s, park officials waged campaigns to remove or eradicate the nonnative creatures, said to be destroying plant life within the... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Officials to decide fate of peninsula mountain goatstragic, rare goat attack helped rekindle a dormant battle over the peninsula's
Stamford Advocate / Posted 27 days ago
tragic, rare goat attack helped rekindle a dormant battle over the peninsula's mountain goats. In the 1980s and '90s, park officials waged campaigns to remove or eradicate the nonnative creatures, said to be destroying plant life within the... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Officials to decide fate of peninsula mountain goatstragic, rare goat attack helped rekindle a dormant battle over the peninsula's
Connecticut Post / Posted 27 days ago
tragic, rare goat attack helped rekindle a dormant battle over the peninsula's mountain goats. In the 1980s and '90s, park officials waged campaigns to remove or eradicate the nonnative creatures, said to be destroying plant life within the... Read more
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The Register Citizen
Officials to decide fate of peninsula mountain goatstragic, rare goat attack helped rekindle a dormant battle over the peninsula's
The Register Citizen / Posted 27 days ago
tragic, rare goat attack helped rekindle a dormant battle over the peninsula's mountain goats. In the 1980s and '90s, park officials waged campaigns to remove or eradicate the nonnative creatures, said to be destroying plant life within the... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Officials to decide fate of peninsula mountain goatstragic, rare goat attack helped rekindle a dormant battle over the peninsula's
Greenwich Time / Posted 27 days ago
tragic, rare goat attack helped rekindle a dormant battle over the peninsula's mountain goats. In the 1980s and '90s, park officials waged campaigns to remove or eradicate the nonnative creatures, said to be destroying plant life within the... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Officials to decide fate of peninsula mountain goatstragic, rare goat attack helped rekindle a dormant battle over the peninsula's
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 27 days ago
tragic, rare goat attack helped rekindle a dormant battle over the peninsula's mountain goats. In the 1980s and '90s, park officials waged campaigns to remove or eradicate the nonnative creatures, said to be destroying plant life within the... Read more
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The News-Times
Officials to decide fate of peninsula mountain goatstragic, rare goat attack helped rekindle a dormant battle over the peninsula's
The News-Times / Posted 27 days ago
tragic, rare goat attack helped rekindle a dormant battle over the peninsula's mountain goats. In the 1980s and '90s, park officials waged campaigns to remove or eradicate the nonnative creatures, said to be destroying plant life within the... Read more
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The Middletown Press
Officials to decide fate of peninsula mountain goatstragic, rare goat attack helped rekindle a dormant battle over the peninsula's
The Middletown Press / Posted 27 days ago
tragic, rare goat attack helped rekindle a dormant battle over the peninsula's mountain goats. In the 1980s and '90s, park officials waged campaigns to remove or eradicate the nonnative creatures, said to be destroying plant life within the... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Officials to decide fate of peninsula mountain goatstragic, rare goat attack helped rekindle a dormant battle over the peninsula's
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 27 days ago
tragic, rare goat attack helped rekindle a dormant battle over the peninsula's mountain goats. In the 1980s and '90s, park officials waged campaigns to remove or eradicate the nonnative creatures, said to be destroying plant life within the... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Friday's Scores27, Monsignor Pace 22 Fort Myers 40, Charlotte 17 Fort Myers Canterbury 56, O
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 27 days ago
27, Monsignor Pace 22 Fort Myers 40, Charlotte 17 Fort Myers Canterbury 56, Oasis 9 Franklin County 21, Sneads 12 Freeport 34, Graceville 12 Frostproof 22, Mulberry 0 Ft. Walton Beach 42, Mosley 27 Gainesville 19, North Marion 0 Gateway... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
High school football 2017 master schedule - updatedschedule for teams in the Orlando Sentinel Varsity coverage area. Changes and
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 29 days ago
schedule for teams in the Orlando Sentinel Varsity coverage area. Changes and updates will continue as we are made aware of all rescheduling decisions reached after Hurricane Irma and other storms disrupted the first four weeks of the season. If... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Bands from Guadalajara and Seattle engage in rock ’n’ roll diplomacySeattle and Guadalajara’s musical connection started through the admiration of
The Seattle Times / Posted 29 days ago
Seattle and Guadalajara’s musical connection started through the admiration of a standard issue piece of rock ’n’ roll clothing. “We were at a mescal bar in Guadalajara and there was this guy in this leather jacket,” Guadalajaran musician Vicco... Read more
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Pilipino Star
A visit to the Mykonos and Santorini isleshotels or hostels give you free Wi-Fi. Well, I guess it is because you are a ca
Pilipino Star / Posted a month ago
hotels or hostels give you free Wi-Fi. Well, I guess it is because you are a captive client so they charge $64 for the use of their Internet, which is very expensive. So the only time we get Wi-Fi is when we stop at any of our ports of call. So... Read more
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KING5 Seattle
Bringing motorsports' attention to opioid abusemedication after breaking his leg in a motocross accident. Piper, who had neve
KING5 Seattle / Posted 1 months ago
medication after breaking his leg in a motocross accident. Piper, who had never had a history with drugs or alcohol, died of an opioid overdose. He was 15. “I want to help in whatever way I can to prevent one other parent from suffering,” said... Read more
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Daily Mail
Serena Williams back in jean shorts just two weeks after giving birthWilliams shares impressive weight loss just two weeks after welcoming her baby
Daily Mail / Posted 1 months ago
Williams shares impressive weight loss just two weeks after welcoming her baby daughter She welcomed her daughter Alexis Olympia Ohanian just two weeks ago. The 35-year-old tennis ace served up a snap which showed her looking to have lost her... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Friday's Scores40, Bolles School 28 Valwood, Ga. 36, Clearwater Academy 0 Wakulla 29, Ft. Wa
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 1 months ago
40, Bolles School 28 Valwood, Ga. 36, Clearwater Academy 0 Wakulla 29, Ft. Walton Beach 3 Walton 37, Freeport 34 West Florida 22, Mosley 14 POSTPONEMENTS AND CANCELLATIONS Archbishop McCarthy vs. Boynton Beach, ccd. Armwood... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Osceola football slides into top spot of Sentinel Super 16 rankingsnot get to play. Ranked teams that played last week did so in games that were
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 1 months ago
not get to play. Ranked teams that played last week did so in games that were moved up from Friday to Thursday in advance of Hurricane Irma. Winter Park moved up two spots to No. 7 following a 10-6 win in the final minute over then-No. 5... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Mountain goats in Olympic National Park: Their days may be numberedtragic, rare goat attack helped rekindle a dormant battle over the peninsula’s
The Seattle Times / Posted 1 months ago
tragic, rare goat attack helped rekindle a dormant battle over the peninsula’s mountain goats. In the 1980s and ’90s, park officials waged campaigns to remove or eradicate the nonnative creatures, said to be destroying plant life within the... Read more

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