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Mother Sentenced to Prison for Lower Wacker Crash That Killed Her Baby – NBC Chicago

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A mother has been sentenced to 3 years in prison for causing a crash that killed her 1-year-old child on Lower Wacker Drive a year ago.

Adreannia Donaldson was allegedly driving while high and drunk on Jan. 11, 2019, when she crashed into an oncoming vehicle near Garvey Court, Cook County prosecutors have said.

Her child, 23-month-old Amaria Glenn, was ejected from the car and killed, authorities said. The child was wearing a seat belt, but was not in a car seat.

Donaldson was sentenced on Tuesday to 3 years in prison by Judge William Gamboney, according to court records. She…

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Falls officials: Spring court date likely in Elcon appeal – Bucks County Courier Times

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A hearing between Falls and Elcon Recycling Services likely will take place in Bucks County Court of Common Pleas this spring, a township official said this week.

The battle to build a controversial waste treatment facility in Falls isn’t over yet.

A hearing between Falls and Elcon Recycling Services likely will take place in the Bucks County Court of Common Pleas this spring, a township official said this week.

The company filed an appeal last year after township supervisors voted in April to deny Elcon’s land development application.

The company sought to build a plant to…

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Collins, Hassan bill would help rural students – Houston Chronicle

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CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — Maine Sen. Susan Collins and New Hampshire Sen. Maggie Hassan introduced a bill that would help rural students reach their higher education goals and connect with employment in their hometowns.

“Our bipartisan bill encourages schools and employers to forge partnerships that will put students on pathways to the high-need jobs available where they live,” Collins, a Republican, said in a statement Wednesday. “I encourage our colleagues…

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The Cold Truth about Kim Kardashian’s Fridge and Yours – The Daily Beast

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Dear anyone wishing to pull a Single White Female on me—peek inside my medicine cabinet, go through my mail, dig through my past Venmo transactions as if you’re conducting a Ronan Farrow-level investigation, I don’t care. Just please don’t open my refrigerator. 

From the surface, it’s a perfectly respectable sight, if you ignore the scent of something quickly ripening that comes from behind the door. That facade quickly crumbles inside, where you’ll find three cans of Peroni (one’s open), one lonely quart of oat milk, a bag filled with half-eaten hunks of goat cheese, and…

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Answer Line: Grocery store phone survey a mystery – Longview News-Journal

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QUESTION: I usually hesitate to answer phone surveys, but several months ago, I received a phone call about a possible grocery store that was considering a location in Longview. I enjoy cooking, so a new grocery store sounded interesting. As the survey progressed, I learned that a company called Winco Grocery was considering the former Sears building as a location. Could you check and see if there is still interest in the possibility?

ANSWER: I’m sorry to say I’ve failed you. First, I’ve tried multiple ways to reach someone with WinCo Foods, an…

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Man shot in checkout line at Walmart in southwest Houston – KTRK-TV

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HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — Two unrelated shootings occurred at two different Walmart stores in the Houston area on Wednesday.

RELATED: Officer shoots suspected robber at Walmart in NE Harris County

Police were concerned about an active shooter situation after shots were fired at a Walmart in southwest Houston around 10 p.m.

Police say two men had an ongoing confrontation when they saw each other in the checkout line at the Walmart on Sam Houston Parkway and Beechnut.

One of the men shot the other in the torso. The man who was shot was taken to the hospital.

Police have one suspect in…

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NH Primary Source: Presidential forum on ‘Our Rights, Our Courts’ planned for Feb. 8 – WMUR Manchester

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New Hampshire Primary Source gives you breaking and behind-the-scenes news and analysis on all things political in the Granite State. John DiStaso is the most experienced political writer in the state and has been writing a weekly column since 1982. He is a recipient of a 2018 Lifetime Achievement Award presented by the New Hampshire Press Association. To sign up for WMUR’s weekly New Hampshire Primary Source and political email newsletter, click here.>> Download the FREE WMUR app‘OUR RIGHTS, OUR COURTS.’ The first presidential forum exclusively focused on the federal judiciary…

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Riverside Resources Outlines Corporate Outlook for 2020 – Junior Mining Network

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Vancouver, British Columbia–(Newsfile Corp. – January 9, 2020) – Riverside Resources Inc. (TSXV: RRI) (OTCQB: RVSDF) (FSE: R99) (“Riverside” or the “Company”) provides a brief outlook with corresponding goals for 2020. Riverside enters the year with a number of high-quality gold, silver and copper exploration assets in Mexico and a newly developed gold portfolio in Ontario, Canada. The Company had a busy and productive 2019 with a new strategic partnership agreement and new project acquisitions in both Canada and Mexico. The Company still maintains a tight share structure (less than 63M…

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A scandal in Oxford: the curious case of the stolen gospel – The Guardian

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To visit Dr Dirk Obbink at Christ Church College, Oxford, you must first be ushered by a bowler-hatted porter into the stately Tom Quad, built by Cardinal Wolsey before his spectacular downfall in 1529. Turn sharp right, climb a flight of stairs, and there, behind a door on which is pinned a notice advertising a 2007 college arts festival, you will find Obbink’s rooms. Be warned: you may knock on the door in vain. Since October, he has been suspended from duties following the biggest scandal that has ever hit, and is ever likely to hit, the University of Oxford’s classics…

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US House Schedule for Thursday, Jan. 9, 2020 – Bearing Drift

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THURSDAY, JANUARY 9TH
On Thursday, the House will meet at 10:00 a.m. for morning hour and 12:00 p.m. for legislative business. First votes expected: 1:15 p.m. – 2:15 p.m. Last votes expected: 4:15 p.m. – 5:15 p.m.

One Minute Speeches

H.Con.Res. 83 – Directing the President pursuant to section 5(c) of the War Powers Resolution to terminate the use of United States Armed Forces to engage in hostilities in or against Iran (Closed Rule, Two Hours of Debate) (Sponsored by Rep. Elissa Slotkin / Foreign Affairs Committee) 

Begin Consideration of 

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For Atlantic City, Moody’s Two-Step Credit-Rating Boost Says ‘Happy New Year’ – NJ Spotlight

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Moody’s flagged Atlantic City’s high level of debt as a concern.

Another credit-rating boost for Atlantic City is drawing applause from Gov. Phil Murphy and other officials as the resort continues to make progress during the state’s ongoing emergency takeover.

Wall Street credit-rating firm Moody’s Investors Service lifted Atlantic City’s debt grade by two steps last week, while also awarding the resort a “stable” credit outlook.

Moody’s also noted, however, “The city remains highly pressured. Despite ongoing diversification efforts, the city remains…

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What the heck is franking and why did Dan Newhouse get a wrestling belt for it? – Roll Call

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How do you make franking (member-directed taxpayer-funded mass mailing) fun? Make it a competition where the prize is an enormous championship wrestling belt. House GOP lawmakers held a franking “contest” to see who could increase their outreach to constituents the most. Rep. Rodney Davis, who has previously won the challenge, presented winner Rep. Dan Newhouse with a wrestling belt of his own. Newhouse credited his communications director, Elizabeth Daniels, with much of his success.

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Wing upgrades for Korea-based Warthogs near completion, extending service into next decade – Stars and Stripes

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Wing upgrades for Korea-based Warthogs near completion, extending service into next decade


OSAN AIR BASE, South Korea — All but one of nearly two dozen Air Force A-10 Thunderbolt IIs in South Korea have completed wing upgrades that should extend the service life of the close combat support jet well into the 2030s.


The new wings are designed to last up to 10,000 flight hours without a major inspection. The upgrade includes a new wiring harness created for easier wing removal and to reduce the chance of damaging the wing…

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Des Moines Art Center Launches Spanish Language Tours – WHO TV Des Moines

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DES MOINES, Iowa  —  After a huge turnout at an event last fall, the Des Moines Art Center is launching Spanish language tours of the museum this Saturday.

“We have our annual Dia de los Muertos events that we hold every year in November, this year we had nearly 3,000 people come through our doors that day so we know that it’s something there’s a big demand for and we want to meet that demand,” Des Moines Art Center’s Director of Marketing and Public Relations Jordan Powers said.

The Art Center says…

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Mayor William Pikolycky’s State of the Borough of Woodbine address, Jan. 2, 2020 – Press of Atlantic City

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Excerpts from the State of the Borough address by Mayor William Pikolycky on Jan. 2:

(For the complete transcript of the mayor’s remarks, see ShoreNewsToday.com.)

I am honored to report to you my 30th State of the Borough of Woodbine, on this second day of this New Year, while wishing my best for the rest of the season — with Orthodox Christmas Day (also known as “Little Christmas”) and Los Tres Reyes, the Feast of the Three Kings, yet to be celebrated.

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Learning in retirement announces winter offerings | News, Sports, Jobs – Marietta Times

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The Institute for Learning in Retirement has a six-course lineup for its winter offering with subjects ranging from foreign policy to film musicals.

All but one of the courses begin next week, each starting on a different week day. Four of them run for eight weeks, and two of them run for four weeks. The costs ranges from $20 to $50.

One that drew substantial interest – the course is full and wait-listed – is a four-week examination of “The Trees,” the first book of a trilogy by Conrad Richter about the settling of the Ohio frontier in the late 18th and early 19th century, an…

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Some surprises on first filing day – The Republic

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On the first day that local residents could file a declaration of candidacy for the May 5 primary, Wednesday’s biggest election news may be more about who is not running, rather than who is.

Just one week after completing a year as Bartholomew County commissioner chairman, Rick Flohr confirmed he will not seek re-election to a third term.

Although Flohr retired as co-owner of Product Engineering Co. (PECO) in 2014, he’s been back working for his company since last January. He said he has been maintaining second shift hours at PECO after completing his responsibilities as a…

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Fairfield by Marriott hotel opens in downtown Oklahoma City – Travel Daily News International

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OKLAHOMA CITY – The 133-room Fairfield by Marriott hotel in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma is now open with an upgraded decor that provides guests with a feeling of warmth and calm while traveling. Located at 10 SW 4th Street, the Fairfield by Marriott Inn & Suites Oklahoma City Downtown will operate as a Marriott franchise, owned and managed by Anish Hotels Group of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Anish Hotels Group owns 15 hotels in the area and recently broke ground on a 182-room Renaissance by Marriott in downtown Oklahoma City and plans on beginning construction later this year on two new hotels in…

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Column: Looking back at 10 of last year’s most memorable art exhibits – SouthCoastToday.com

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Public art installations and large scale murals grew dynamically more significant with the surging presence of the Massachusetts Design Art and Technology Institute, better known as DATMA, and the transformative street level cooperative ventures of Super Flat NB.

Columns share an author’s personal perspective and are often based on facts in the newspaper’s reporting.

 

“Baby, you’re doing fine. You made my list. I think you’re so fine when you do the twist.”

Louis Prima

 

In 2019, the South Coast art scene did fine, with just the right amount of requisite twists and…

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Musings from the ‘public nuisance’ – OCRegister

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Now that the Christmas shopping season is officially over, my mailbox is no longer as full as my gut; no more pamphlets on the price of rump roast at Stater Bros, coupons from Domino’s or pleas for donations to the Salvation Army.

Hell, even Bed, Bath and Beyond is giving it a rest.

Which is why I noticed a letter from the Palm Springs Police Department immediately.

In the first paragraph, the city declared me to be a “public nuisance.”

Yep. I’m accused of damaging the ambiance of my neighborhood.

I guess you could say I’m the Dennis Rodman of Palm Springs.

Why?

Well, after…

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High-speed chase ends in vehicle fire – WBNG-TV

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CHENANGO BRIDGE (WBNG)- A high-speed chase early Thursday morning ended in a vehicle fire.

The car caught fire and came to stop between Exits 1 and 2 on I-88 eastbound.

When 12 News crews arrived at the scene, the fire was already out, but they did see fire damage to the side of the car.

The Broome County Sheriff’s Office, Hillcrest Fire Department and State Troopers all responded to the scene.

Police haven’t shared any information on possible injuries, people in custody, or what started the high-speed chase in the first place.

This is a…

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2 North Minneapolis Homes Are Total Losses After Wednesday Night Fires – WCCO | CBS Minnesota

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MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Crews battled two house fires in north Minneapolis Wednesday night.

The Emerson Avenue fire (credit: CBS)

The Minneapolis Fire Department says the first fire started at about 8 p.m. on the 3600 block of Emerson Avenue North. A neighbor called 911 to report seeing smoke at the residence. This house could not be saved. Firefighters say it doesn’t appear anyone was inside.

About two miles north, a second fire was reported about an hour later at a two-story duplex 4800 block of Lyndale Avenue North. Investigators say the fire was burning on the second floor, and the…

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Simon Sproule Leaving Aston Martin To Lead Fiat Chrysler Comms – The Holmes Report

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AUBURN HILLS, MI — Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has named auto industry veteran Simon Sproule its new CCO and head of North American communications.

Sproule assumes his new role on Feb. 3. He replaces Niel Golightly, who left FCA in December for Boeing, to become senior VP of communications following the retirement of predecessor Anne Toulouse.

Sproule’s move is the latest step in his nearly three-decade long communications career in the auto industry.

He joins Fiat Chrysler after more than five years at luxury automaker Aston Martin Lagonda, whose marketing and communications he led as CMO…

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Sen. Collins, Hassan bill aims to help rural students – NewsCenterMaine.com WCSH-WLBZ

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WASHINGTON, D.C., USA — Senators Susan Collins (R-ME) and Maggie Hassan (D-NH) have introduced a bill that aims to help rural students reach their higher education goals and connect with employment in their hometowns. 

The bill is called The Success for Rural Students and Communities Act, and the two senators said it would create a demonstration program to encourage rural community stakeholders to partner together to help their students matriculate, graduate, and enter the workforce. 

These partnerships would draw on the talents of…

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Former Miss Maine Basketball finally healthy and contributing at Bentley – Bangor Daily News

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Former Miss Maine Basketball Kolleen Bouchard is rounding back into shape after a frustrating start to the basketball season at Bentley University in Waltham, Massachusetts.

The sophomore from Houlton, who underwent surgery in January 2019 to repair a torn anterior cruciate ligament in her left knee, was excited for the season to begin, but suffered a separated right shoulder during the preseason.

“It was a freak thing. Nobody touched me. I just reached over [and it popped out of place],” Bouchard said. “It was pretty frustrating, especially since I was getting back…

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Brindisi continues fight against Spectrum with new warning on debt collction – My Little Falls

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Congressman Anthony Brindisi released a public letter to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) today as it relates to Spectrum and a Plano, Texas, debt collection company they have partnered with named Credit Management L.P. Brindisi.

“Fighting Spectrum on rising rates also includes making sure they can’t use debt collection as another money-making tactic,” said Brindisi.“And the only way to get to the bottom of this is for the CFPB to ask the questions I outline in my letter.”

Brindisi, no stranger to fighting with Spectrum, is calling on the CFPB to…

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AEP Mitchell Plant Collect Toys For Youth Services System – Wheeling Intelligencer

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From left, AEP administrator Erin Hill, YSS communications manager Betsy Bethel-McFarland, AEP process manager Jack Hill, AEP Mitchell Plant Manager Doug Rosenberger and AEP administrative assistant Kelly Clemons are shown.

WHEELING — Santa’s elves at the AEP Mitchell Plant once again delivered a sleigh overflowing with toys to Youth Services System, just in time for Christmas 2019.

For nearly 10 years, Mitchell Plant employees have taken up a collection of money and toys to provide Christmas gifts to local children whose families have fallen on hard times.

This year’s treasures were…

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Dad Brings Toddler To Undercover Drug Deal: Cops – Oak Lawn, IL Patch

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OAK LAWN, IL — A Chicago man brought his young daughter with to a prearranged meeting to sell heroin to a confidential police source, prosecutors said. Dequan Davis, 30, appeared before Cook County Judge Peter Felice on felony charge of delivery and possession of a controlled substance.

Around 6:20 p.m. Jan. 6, the prosecutor said that Davis arranged to meet a confidential source working with the Oak Lawn Police Department near 85th Street and Pulaski Road. Davis was arrested after police said they watched him sell nine bags of heroin to the confidential source. Police found Davis’s…

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NH Primary Source: Who’ll get the endorsement? ‘Lewandowski US Senate primary’ has begun – WMUR Manchester

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WHO WILL COREY ENDORSE? When Corey Lewandowski announced on Dec. 31 that he won’t run for the U.S. Senate, he also prompted a bit of a guessing game by making it known that, “I will be making an endorsement for the U.S. Senate in the near future to ensure we defeat Jeanne Shaheen in 2020.”>> Download the FREE WMUR appAn endorsement by the former Donald Trump campaign manager means something in terms of resources. It means a lot, in fact.There’s no question that donors had been holding off on giving to the three announced GOP candidates for the seat pending Lewandowski’s…

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Virginia Beach man sentenced to 14 years for role in Hampton Roads drug trafficking conspiracy – WTKR News 3

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VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. – A Virginia Beach man was sentenced Wednesday to 14 years in prison for his role in a heroin trafficking conspiracy that crossed most of South Hampton Roads.

According to court documents, Ingram Cox, 35, regularly received heroin from co-defendant Kyam Washington, which Cox then sold to local drug dealers and users. The group imported bulk amounts of heroin from out-of-state sources, and at times used a common cell phone number that buyers would call to order drugs.

Narcotics, multiple firearms, a bulletproof vest, a commercial money counter and nearly…

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Firefighters battle blaze at home in Stroud Township – WFMZ Allentown

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STROUD TWP., Pa. – Fire broke out at a home in Monroe County overnight.

Crews were called to the 100 block of Larsens Lane in Stroud Township just before 12:30 a.m. Thursday.

Firefighters spent hours trying to put out the blaze and about 13 fire departments were called in to help.

There’s no water supply in the area so several tankers had to be brought to the scene as well.

No one was hurt.

No word yet on what started the fire.

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Treasure Coast golf scores: Jan. 9, 2019 – TCPalm

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CLOSE

Barefoot Bay Golf Club

Men: (Jan. 1, 4 Man 2 Best Ball Worst 4 Holes Thrown Out) (1) Mike Coats, Jack Trella, Floyd Lynds, Peter Walsh -24. (2) Mike Mielnicki, John Hamilton, George Auletta, Don Page -21; Closest to pin: Mike Coates Team No. 11, Doug Mcgrath Team No. 2

Champions Club at Summerfield

Men’s PQL: (Dec. 30, Stableford Points) Flight A: (1) Reaney 47. (2) Guinta 41. (3) Scott 38. (4) Killian 37; Flight B: (1) Perry 41. (2) Welch 40. (3) Hardee 38. (4) Norman 37; Flight C: (1) Lipoma 43. (2) Woodman 43. (3) Brouillard 37. (4) Gorton 37; Flight D: (1) Wildes…

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Harry and Meghan Have a Path to Financial Independence – The Atlantic

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There are several models, by now, for spinning a name and face into an empire, especially on this side of the pond. It started, of course, with the Kardashians, who built their American version of a fairy tale around large amount of media savvy and an even larger amount of shamelessness: A sex tape begets a TV series, which lead to spinoffs series and spinoff businesses. (It’s gotten so crazy and lucrative that Forbes magazine could, with no apparent irony, declare 21-year-old cosmetics magnate Kylie Jenner a “self-made billionaire.”) But you don’t need to be a Kardashian to make a…

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Feb 25 | Bakersfield Pregnancy Center Annual Banquet | Moorpark – Patch.com

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For Release: Tuesday, January 7, 2020

Erin Rogers, Executive Director
Bakersfield Pregnancy Center
661-326-1915
661-326-1916
director@wehelpyou.org
1801 18th Street
Bakersfield, CA 93301

Bakersfield Pregnancy Center
Press Release

Written in Secret, a Life Known by God – February 25th, 2020
Abortion Survivor Melissa Ohden comes to Bakersfield.
Bakersfield, CA January 6, 2020: The Bakersfield Pregnancy Center is honored to present Melissa Ohden, a Master’s level prepared Social Worker and the author of “You Carried Me: A Daughter’s Memoir”. She is the Founder and Director of The Abortion Survivors…

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Exclusive – NH Don Bolduc Senate Candidate: Politicizing Iran Is “False” – Daily Gaming Worlld

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Exclusive - NH Don Bolduc Senate Candidate: Politicizing Iran Is

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Retired Green Beret General and New Hampshire Senate candidate Don Bolduc told Breitbart News in an exclusive interview that the Americans should unite against Iran and that politicians should stop politicizing the issue.

“This is the time when we come to the table and function as Americans,” said Bolduc, a retired brigade general from the United States military. He continued:

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First Nation waits on logging road at centre of pipeline dispute in northern B.C. – Airdrie Today

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SMITHERS, B.C. — Thirty-nine kilometres down a snow covered logging road, four men chop wood and work to erect a canvas wall tent in a pullout area.

Cody Merriman, who is ‘Namgis and also goes by the name Mona’gila, says that as supporters of the Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs, they are there to ensure an eviction notice issued by the chiefs to Coastal GasLink over a pipeline it is building is respected.

“They made a decision and we’re here to support them in that, to make sure Wet’suwet’en law is enacted and respected,” he said.

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Like a dictator? – NWAOnline

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Donald Trump has many characteristics of a dictator.

Two of his best friends are dictators: When Vladimir Putin tells him something, he believes it, and Kim Jong Un writes him love letters. He has suggested, somewhat in jest, serving more than eight years. He likes the idea of Xi Jinping, China’s leader, having a lifetime appointment.

Trump is narcissistic. How many times…

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Alex Rodriguez supports Jennifer Lopez after Golden Globes loss – Kokomo Perspective

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Alex Rodriguez dubbed Jennifer Lopez as a “true champion” as she missed out on a Golden Globe on Sunday night (05.01.20).

The ‘On The Floor’ hitmaker was nominated in the Best Actress in a Supporting Role in Any Motion Picture category for her part in ‘Hustlers’ and despite losing the award to ‘Marriage Story’s Laura Dern, Alex has praised his fiancé for “inspiring and empowering” young women everywhere.

Alongside a string of red heart emojis, he wrote on Instagram: “Jen, it doesn’t take a trophy, medal, or plaque to identify a true champion.

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NRL auditor has final say on Latrell value – Campbelltown Macarthur Advertiser

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A list of earnings of every NRL player will help the game’s salary cap auditor determine Latrell Mitchell’s market value should he accept a cut-price contract from South Sydney.

It’s understood NRL auditor Richard Gardham has final discretion to determine market value using a list of comparative players to reach his decision.

Already this summer Mitchell has been offered wildly different contract sums including more than $1 million per season from the Wests Tigers and a withdrawn contract from the Roosters worth $800,000 per year.

South Sydney’s $400,000, one-year deal makes Gardham’s…

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Plan a winter day trip to Madison-Bouckville – Utica Observer Dispatch

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Although the antique big shows of 2020 haven’t come yet, many of the shops on and around the Route 20 corridor from Madison to Bouckville are still open — and offering a destination for antique and collectibles shoppers from all over.

“We want people to know there are still shops open and activities going on during the winter,” said Lynn Harvey, owner of the Victorian Rose Vintage shop on Route 20. “People don’t have to drive anywhere else to go out and have an adventure.”

Her shop is now open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays during the winter season, Harvey said. She…

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Jodie Comer and Andrew Scott laugh off Golden Globes snub after Fleabag win – Metro.co.uk

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SPECIAL AWARDS:

Carol Burnett Award for Excellence in Television: Ellen DeGeneres

Cecil B. DeMille Award for Lifetime Achievement in Film: Tom Hanks

FILM CATEGORIES:

Best Motion Picture: Drama – 1917

Best Motion Picture: Comedy/Musical – Once Upon A Time In Hollywood

Best Performance by Actor in a Motion Picture: Drama – Joaquin Phoenix (Joker)

Best Performance by Actress in a Motion Picture: Drama – Renee Zellwegger (Judy)

Best Performance by Actress in a Motion Picture: Musical or Comedy – Awkwafina (The Farewell)

Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture: Musical or Comedy -…

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NJ pets in need: Jan. 6, 2020 – NJ.com

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Greg Hatala/For NJ Advance Media

Upcoming NJ pet events

Karma Cat and Zen Dog Rescue will sponsor a ‘Dine to Donate’ fundraiser at Arooga’s Restaurant in East Brunswick on Jan. 14 from 11 a.m. to midnight.

Patrons who present a voucher available at the rescue organization’s website will have 15% of their check total donated by the restaurant to the care of the nonprofit shelter’s animals. The voucher is available by going to http://karmacatzendog.org/event/dine-to-donate-aroogas/ and clicking the ‘Funds for Friends Voucher’ link.

Arooga’s is located at 1031 Route 18 in East Brunswick….

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Victims of chlorine leak had diverse backgrounds | News – Aiken Standard

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The nine people whose lives were lost because of the train derailment in Graniteville on Jan. 6, 2005, had backgrounds in communities as far-flung as Sherbrooke, Quebec, and Overland Park, Kansas, according to reports in the Aiken Standard. Six Avondale Mills employees were among the casualties. The victims were as follows:

• Steven W. Bagby, of Augusta, was one of the Avondale workers. A native of Germany, the 38-year-old had become a father 10 days before the train wreck, and was described by a relative, in a January 2005 Aiken Standard article, as “a…

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