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email@example.comMARSHALL, Ark.. -- For decades, a pipeline from an Arkansas lake to supply much needed water to parts of Boone, Newton and Searcy counties was considered too expensive. Then millions in federal stimulus money came along, and construction started last...
Kansas officials say they were just being cautious when they closed a 25-mile stretch of heavily traveled Interstate 70 for more than nine hours because of a suspicious vehicle. The Kansas Highway Patrol closed the interstate west ofTopeka on Monday...
firstname.lastname@example.orgYou can't help but chuckle to yourself when you walk the dozens of rows of sunflowers growing in Andy Bradshaw's garden in James City County. Everywhere you look there are bees, hundreds of them gathering dew-damp pollen that glistens in the already-hot...
Tags: Charity, Salt, Strawberries, Social Issues, Human Interest
KIAHA South Carolina woman faces a jury trial for her "ballsy" bumper ornaments. Virgina Tice, 65, was given a $445 ticket July 5th that accuses her of violating the state's obscene bumper sticker law. She was ticketed after pulling into a gas station in...
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OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Results from a July survey of business conditions in nine Midwestern and Plains states suggest a slowdown in growth. Creighton University economics professor Ernie Goss says uncertainty about the national economy is among the...
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David Edwards Cocanougher, 69, of Danville, died Sunday July 31, 2011, at his home. Born Sept. 5, 1941, in Boyle County, Ky., he was the son of the late Luther and Cornelia Edwards Cocanougher. He was a building contractor and a member of First Baptist...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesThrough his Vanity Fair essays, his books and his television appearances, Christopher Hitchens has become one of our leading provocateurs, saying what many of us might be thinking (though he's more articulate) but are afraid to utter. Public intellectual,...
ReporterIt's known as a racing city, but now less expensive living. A national housing research firm names one of our hometowns the cheapest place to live in Virginia. The Council for Community and Economic Research named Martinsville one of the top ten...
Fox59An Arkansas firm announced a 36 million pound recall of ground turkey products Wednesday. The recall follows 79 reported illnesses and one death due to Salmonella Heidelberg. The Food Safety and Inspection Service was able to trace the outbreak strain...
pix11.comFormer presidential candidate, Mike Huckabee, is cashing in on the upcoming, 10th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks by marketing an educational "cartoon" about the events that sent the United States back to war. "You can go to Learn Our History.com,...
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Reporter, PhotographerDozens of people are searching for new homes after a large fire burned the Overlook Apartments to the ground. The fire started around 10:00 Wednesday night. Neighbors say they heard the sound of fireworks coming from an apartment on the second floor....
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