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Associated PressBUXTON, N.C. (AP) - Thousands were fleeing an exposed strip of coastal villages and beaches off North Carolina on Thursday as Irene approached, threatening to become the first major hurricane to hit the East Coast in seven years. Hours after a...
Within hours of last week’s mass murder in Norway, headlines around the world proclaimed the accused killer, Anders Behring Breivik, a “Christian terrorist.” The “Christian” label apparently came from initial statements by...
Winners and losers in the battle over gay marriage in New York can agree on at least one thing: Without robust protections for religious groups, the law legalizing same-sex marriages would not have passed. Eleventh-hour negotiations between Republican...
The following cases were resolved in Clark Circuit Court June 2 with Judge William Clouse presiding. — Daniel Owens, first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance, pleaded guilty, recommended five years; conspiracy to traffic in a controlled...
Too many Americans have the mistaken notion that everyone else but them should take responsibility to defend freedom and advance policies that would make a better nation. Based on the dismal 10-percent turnout for the primary election, the “them not...
Some highly publicized proposals made during the current legislative session offer stark reminders that state lawmakers remain very good at treating symptoms but do a remarkably poor job of curing patients. One patient, “Kentucky Medicaid,”...
Life&Times: Farmer's of the Future? State employee educates public on sustainability, why to buy firstname.lastname@example.orgAngela Caporelli realizes Kentucky is a farming state, but she wants to bring a different kind of farming to light. In fact, it’s her job. As aquaculture coordinator for the Kentucky Department of Agriculture, Caporelli has assisted farmers all...
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South Florida Sun SentinelIt's still just a speck on the horizon, but a new air show is on its way. The promoter of Air Lauderdale -- the new name for what was once an annual air and sea tradition at Fort Lauderdale beach -- said the show is coming together for spring 2010. No...
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WASHINGTON (AP) -- Airlines are being warned by the government that terrorists are considering surgically hiding bombs inside humans to evade airport security. As a result, travelers may find themselves subjected to more scrutiny when flying in the...
The Baltimore SunA gray seal released back into the wild off the coast of Ocean City seems to have found the Atlantic waters to be just fine for swimming. Guinness, a young male seal, was stranded off the coast of Kittyhawk, N.C., back in March. St. Paddy’s Day...
It was a friend who found the 1933 Buick 60 Series sedan that William "Bub" Valiquette now drives. Though the Buick was beautiful, Valiquette's friend really wanted a convertible. When Valiquette heard that the Buick sedan was available he and his wife,...
Tags: Passenger Cars, Car Tires, Car Engine Repair, Vehicles, Buick
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