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Mary Lou Allerding, age 53, of Harbor Springs, was called home by her Heavenly Father on Feb. 2, 2011, after a long and valiant fight against cancer. Mary Lou was born in Petoskey on Nov. 25, 1957, to Nelson and Bernice (Fosmore) Allerding. She grew up...
Who: Tom Scalera What: Scalera owns Stanley Steemer of South Florida's franchise that covers the Treasure Coast, North Broward and most of Palm Beach County, along with his brothers, Dean and Sam. Traditionally, the company provides carpet and...
The Hartford CourantOne by one, Marilyn Jack-Ortique's geometry students stood at the front of the classroom Tuesday to solve a math problem on the board. Some of the problems involved the Pythagorean theorem, and students were required to demonstrate how they arrived at...
Tribune ColumnistOne of life's most hopeful acts is hitting the open road with a good friend, good music and a full tank of gas, knowing that in ways you can't predict you'll come home changed. So when Emma Bee Bernstein and Nona Willis Aronowitz pulled out of Chicago in...
Chopping Block - Seminoles Blog - Orlando SentinelFormer Florida State running back Warrick Dunn, an athlete known as much for his off-field work as his well-documented playing success, will be receiving a prestigious national honor in Washington, D.C. next week. The now retired professional football...
Valley Women WriterSeated on the shady porch in view of her lush and flowering El Centro backyard, professional singer and actress Gloria Uribe “Michaels” Brister sips a cup of hot English-style tea and sighs contentedly as she pets the purring orange tabby...
Baltimore school officials say the district will reimburse international teachers who paid out-of-pocket fees to obtain work visas, a practice that led the U.S. Department of Labor to order Prince George's County schools to pay nearly $6 million in...
Flood the farms to save the cities. That’s the trade-off staring at the Army Corps of Engineers in Louisiana this week as a historically high Mississippi River rolls south, flooding towns in Mississippi on Wednesday, prompting evacuations...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesAs the scope of the nationwide salmonella outbreak expanded late last month, farmers market vendors reported rushes on locally produced eggs and people with backyard flocks were sitting smug. But food safety experts say consumers shouldn't jump to the...
Tags: Consumers, Feces, Athens, Pet Services, Food Industry
Historic flooding from the Mississippi river is ravaging through the south. Four floodgates are now open on a major emergency spillway in Louisiana, The Morganza Spillway. Many people in low-lying areas are leaving their homes as waters from the...
Tags: FEMA, Louisiana, New Orleans, Floods, Mississippi
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