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Spalding Today
New coffee shop opens at Fleet Hargate care homeCoun Rodney Grocock and his wife Christine to open The Hive coffee, tea and tuc
Spalding Today / Posted 13 hours ago
Coun Rodney Grocock and his wife Christine to open The Hive coffee, tea and tuck shop. Capricorn Cottage residents Susan Cave and David Oliver at The Hive with Sam Shield (centre) of Lincolnshire County Council. Photo by Tim Wilson.... Read more
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Hartselle Enquirer
Church Calendarpastor. For more information, call 256-773-5994. Lion Of Judah Worship Center
Hartselle Enquirer / Posted 4 days ago
pastor. For more information, call 256-773-5994. Lion Of Judah Worship Center 2851 Hwy. 31 S Hartselle, AL, Sunday service time is 5 p.m. and Wednesday service time is 6:30 p.m. Please visit LionOfJudahChurchAL on Facebook or email... Read more
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chad
Mansfield 10 & 5k 2017: Where did you finish? Full results179 Callum Jarvis 00:51:04, 180 Simon Anderson 00:51:05, 181 Dave Carver 00:51:
chad / Posted 4 days ago
179 Callum Jarvis 00:51:04, 180 Simon Anderson 00:51:05, 181 Dave Carver 00:51:06, 183 Dale Barlow 00:51:09, 182 Sean Caves 00:51:09, 184 Peter Weatherill 00:51:10, 185 Robert Weeden 00:51:11, 186 Ben Peat 00:51:12, 188 Andrew Earp UKnetrunner... Read more
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Derbyshire Times
Mansfield 10 & 5k 2017: Where did you finish? Full results179 Callum Jarvis 00:51:04, 180 Simon Anderson 00:51:05, 181 Dave Carver 00:51:
Derbyshire Times / Posted 4 days ago
179 Callum Jarvis 00:51:04, 180 Simon Anderson 00:51:05, 181 Dave Carver 00:51:06, 183 Dale Barlow 00:51:09, 182 Sean Caves 00:51:09, 184 Peter Weatherill 00:51:10, 185 Robert Weeden 00:51:11, 186 Ben Peat 00:51:12, 188 Andrew Earp UKnetrunner... Read more
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Rutland Herald
'The Vietnam War,' a film by Ken Burns and Lunn Novickinflicted on the Vietnamese, north and south. Calculating the Vietnamese death
Rutland Herald / Posted 7 days ago
inflicted on the Vietnamese, north and south. Calculating the Vietnamese death toll has long been a challenge, but most estimates reach into seven figures. The filmmakers put the number at 3 million. One virtue of the documentary is that on this... Read more
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CBS News
What's a Juggalo? "Much-maligned" group to rally in DCgood lives are redeemed." That brings us back to the music, which for all its
CBS News / Posted 7 days ago
good lives are redeemed." That brings us back to the music, which for all its profanity and creepy mythology actually sometimes has an uplifting, inclusive, anti-racist and occasionally God-centric message. Take the lyrics from their 2009 hit... Read more
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The Age
School uniforms: Giving girls the freedom to play and explorewhen they play sport. The freedom that long or short pants gives girls is most
The Age / Posted 8 days ago
when they play sport. The freedom that long or short pants gives girls is most needed when they are playing outside at lunchtime and recess – doing handstands and cartwheels, climbing trees, and doing flips, somersaults and "waterfalls" on the... Read more
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Miami New Times
Irmageddon: Thousands of Miamians Just Had Their First Taste of Hurricane Miseryenveloped downtown streets. And everyone hoping to quietly ride out a minor sto
Miami New Times / Posted 9 days ago
enveloped downtown streets. And everyone hoping to quietly ride out a minor storm realized they were in for a long, bad time behind the hurricane shutters. Orlando Valle was taking a leak when Irma ruined his afternoon. He and a couple friends... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
BANKRUPTCY WATCHDrive, Apt. 905, Aug. 31, 2017, Chapter 7. CAMDEN Toney Ray Howell, 2310 Cotto
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 11 days ago
Drive, Apt. 905, Aug. 31, 2017, Chapter 7. CAMDEN Toney Ray Howell, 2310 Cotton Ave., Sept. 5, 2017, Chapter 13. CAVE CITY Carroll Lee Bryant, P.O. Box 121, Sept. 1, 2017, Chapter 7. COLT Shayla Chenoa Fuller, 110 Airport Road, Aug. 31,... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
IRONMAN Triathlon: Hundreds of athletes flock to Santa Cruzgreen light to race about an hour after the planned start. The leaders predict
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 12 days ago
green light to race about an hour after the planned start. The leaders predictably stayed in close contact given the short time in the water. German Andi Boecherer leapt in front of the pack on the bike and by the end of the 56-mile mark he amassed... Read more
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The Irish Times
The 50 best films on Netflixtries to kill herself at Christmas. That’s how it crumbles, cookie-wise. Apoca
The Irish Times / Posted 12 days ago
tries to kill herself at Christmas. That’s how it crumbles, cookie-wise. Apocalypto (Dir Mel Gibson, 2006) Talk about bad timing: released six months after its director made certain unfortunate remarks, the audacious Apocalypto ought to have... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
All of the L.A. arts events and exhibitions to check out this fallBroadway musicals, a conversation with best-selling author Salman Rushdie and a
Los Angeles Times / Posted 15 days ago
Broadway musicals, a conversation with best-selling author Salman Rushdie and a whole lot of Bernstein. Below, Los Angeles Times critics and writers guide you through the sea­son in art, books, dance, theat­er, music and more. For more in depth... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Battle the most unforgiving opponent possibleis a land of friendly, polite, maple syrup and ice-hockey loving people who are
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 16 days ago
is a land of friendly, polite, maple syrup and ice-hockey loving people who are never more than a curling pitch away from a Tim Horton’s coffee or a generous serving of poutine. The reality is Canada, like Australia, is a massive, empty country... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Battle the most unforgiving opponent possibleis a land of friendly, polite, maple syrup and ice-hockey loving people who are
Adelaide Now / Posted 16 days ago
is a land of friendly, polite, maple syrup and ice-hockey loving people who are never more than a curling pitch away from a Tim Horton’s coffee or a generous serving of poutine. The reality is Canada, like Australia, is a massive, empty country... Read more
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Herald Sun
Battle the most unforgiving opponent possibleis a land of friendly, polite, maple syrup and ice-hockey loving people who are
Herald Sun / Posted 16 days ago
is a land of friendly, polite, maple syrup and ice-hockey loving people who are never more than a curling pitch away from a Tim Horton’s coffee or a generous serving of poutine. The reality is Canada, like Australia, is a massive, empty country... Read more
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News.com.au
Battle the most unforgiving opponent possibleis a land of friendly, polite, maple syrup and ice-hockey loving people who are
News.com.au / Posted 16 days ago
is a land of friendly, polite, maple syrup and ice-hockey loving people who are never more than a curling pitch away from a Tim Horton’s coffee or a generous serving of poutine. The reality is Canada, like Australia, is a massive, empty country... Read more
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Hartselle Enquirer
Church Calendar100 Tapscott Rd., Hartselle, is hosting a Food Pantry. It is open to everyone a
Hartselle Enquirer / Posted 17 days ago
100 Tapscott Rd., Hartselle, is hosting a Food Pantry. It is open to everyone and anyone is welcome to come by at any time, we can also deliver to you. Our service hours are Sunday, at 10 a.m., worship begins at 11 a.m. Wednesday bible study... Read more
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Daily Mirror
The dark side of A&E - and why I quit: Former jnr doctor lifts ward curtainof training and another six years on the wards he resigned as a junior doctor i
Daily Mirror / Posted 18 days ago
of training and another six years on the wards he resigned as a junior doctor in 2010. He recalls: “As I was reliving this time through my diaries, junior doctors in the here and now were coming under fire from politicians. “I couldn’t help but... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
State cash rolled to 2 NW entitiesreceived $746,500 on the approval of 15 state House and Senate members. The co
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 19 days ago
received $746,500 on the approval of 15 state House and Senate members. The college, the treatment agency and a multimillion-dollar pool of grants controlled by individual legislators through planning districts are the focus of federal... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
A sinking island in search of a life rafthis usual "Trump: Make America Great Again" baseball cap for one stitched with
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 20 days ago
his usual "Trump: Make America Great Again" baseball cap for one stitched with a generic "Tangier Island" to welcome Sen. Tim Kaine to his vanishing island home. He didn't want to insult the Virginia Democrat, who took a three-hour round-trip... Read more
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Hartselle Enquirer
Church Calendar100 Tapscott Rd., Hartselle, is hosting a Food Pantry. It is open to everyone a
Hartselle Enquirer / Posted 24 days ago
100 Tapscott Rd., Hartselle, is hosting a Food Pantry. It is open to everyone and anyone is welcome to come by at any time, we can also deliver to you. Our service hours are Sunday, at 10 a.m., worship begins at 11 a.m. Wednesday bible study... Read more
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Daily Mail
Updates from across Europeto the club before Thursday's transfer deadline. That's according to Atletico
Daily Mail / Posted 25 days ago
to the club before Thursday's transfer deadline. That's according to Atletico midfielder Koke. Costa is running out of time to seal an anticipated move away from Stamford Bridge despite refusing to return to training after a spectacular... Read more
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Daily Mail
Self driving cars could see cities expand even furtherwarn Driverless cars could mean more people will commute from further afield
Daily Mail / Posted 28 days ago
warn Driverless cars could mean more people will commute from further afield Experts say passengers may choose the extra time to work in the car Warn the technology could spark a huge rise in urbanisation Self-driving cars will change how we... Read more
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chroniclelive
GCSE results lists shared by schools in Newcastle & the North EastJoseph 9 CAPE Stephen 10 CAREY Eleanor 10 CARLILE Tia 9 CARR Niamh 10 CAVA
chroniclelive / Posted 28 days ago
Joseph 9 CAPE Stephen 10 CAREY Eleanor 10 CARLILE Tia 9 CARR Niamh 10 CAVANAGH Wisit 8 CHARLTON Lotty 10 CHARTERIS Tim 10 CHOWDHURY Raya 9 CHRISTER Steven 9 CLAPPERTON Jessica 10 CLARK Daniel 10 CLARKSON Grace 10 CLEMENT Oliver... Read more
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Canberra Times
Outrage as bears are incinerated in family favourite Pooh Bear's Corner on the Clyde Mountainincinerated in what appears to be a despicable act of vandalism. While it has
Canberra Times / Posted 29 days ago
incinerated in what appears to be a despicable act of vandalism. While it has not been confirmed if the bears were the victim of an accident or deliberate act, the Eurobodalla Shire Council says the iconic spot is regularly torched. Pooh Bear's... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Outrage as bears are incinerated in family favourite Pooh Bear's Corner on the Clyde Mountainincinerated in what appears to be a despicable act of vandalism. While it has
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 29 days ago
incinerated in what appears to be a despicable act of vandalism. While it has not been confirmed if the bears were the victim of an accident or deliberate act, the Eurobodalla Shire Council says the iconic spot is regularly torched. Pooh Bear's... Read more
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The Age
Outrage as bears are incinerated in family favourite Pooh Bear's Corner on the Clyde Mountainincinerated in what appears to be a despicable act of vandalism. While it has
The Age / Posted 29 days ago
incinerated in what appears to be a despicable act of vandalism. While it has not been confirmed if the bears were the victim of an accident or deliberate act, the Eurobodalla Shire Council says the iconic spot is regularly torched. Pooh Bear's... Read more
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Surrey Advertiser
A celebration of Cranleigh's high streetNews has been a feature of the high street for at least 50 years. The newsagen
Surrey Advertiser / Posted 29 days ago
News has been a feature of the high street for at least 50 years. The newsagent was previously run by husband and wife Tim and Janet Poll for 19 years before they handed over the reigns. The current owners moved to Surrey from London and said... Read more
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Oak Bay News
On Stage: A roundup of events from Oak Bay to Sidneythe children to tell the story – a brilliant reflection of Korczak’s approach t
Oak Bay News / Posted 30 days ago
the children to tell the story – a brilliant reflection of Korczak’s approach to nurturing the young.” Young actors Lily Cave and Simeon Sanford Blades (who starred in Belfry’s first production of A Christmas Carol, as Fan and Tiny Tim... Read more
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Hartselle Enquirer
Church Calendar100 Tapscott Rd., Hartselle, is hosting a Food Pantry. It is open to everyone a
Hartselle Enquirer / Posted 1 months ago
100 Tapscott Rd., Hartselle, is hosting a Food Pantry. It is open to everyone and anyone is welcome to come by at any time, we can also deliver to you. Our service hours are Sunday, at 10 a.m., worship begins at 11 a.m. Wednesday bible study... Read more
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The Courier
Student scores photo prizea cast of well-known faces including SBS presenter Lee Lin Chin, actor Bryan Br
The Courier / Posted 1 months ago
a cast of well-known faces including SBS presenter Lee Lin Chin, actor Bryan Brown, performer Barry Humphries, musicians Tim Rogers, Nick Cave and Paul Kelly, and entertainer and comedian Wil Anderson. The award was named in the memory of late... Read more
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Aspen Daily News
Pitkin's boastful gulchto the scent of fear in the cabin. “We could hear his claws scratchin’ agin th
Aspen Daily News / Posted 1 months ago
to the scent of fear in the cabin. “We could hear his claws scratchin’ agin the logs. Me and Jim felt mighty queer at the time,” said the unnamed raconteur. Soon the cat found the flimsy door made of two-inch boards, tacked on with hinges of... Read more
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Daily Mail
The rock 'n' roll duke who plays in a band and just inherited £315mhe found himself one of the most eligible bachelors in the land and heir to one
Daily Mail / Posted 1 months ago
he found himself one of the most eligible bachelors in the land and heir to one of its greatest feudal titles. But sometime in the next few days there will be changes — big changes. The death on Wednesday of his 89-year-old father, the Duke of... Read more
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5News Ft. Smith-Fayetteville
Cave Springs Federal Lawsuit DismissedCAVE SPRINGS (KFSM) — A federal lawsuit filed against Cave Springs by the city’
5News Ft. Smith-Fayetteville / Posted 1 months ago
CAVE SPRINGS (KFSM) — A federal lawsuit filed against Cave Springs by the city’s recorder-treasure has been dismissed, according to court documents. Kim Hutcheson, who was appointed treasurer in 2015, alleged that the City Council and Mayor Travis... Read more

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