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Our Town CorrespondentDistinguished writer Gary Lutz is scheduled to give a free reading on the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown campus Sept. 20. The reading is the first of three in this semester's Fall Reading Series, an annual series sponsored by the Program in...
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email@example.comJohn Orem spent more than $22,000 in his campaign to be Berkeley County’s next sheriff, but was defeated in the May primary election by James W. Barbour III, who spent less than $1,500, according to campaign finance statements. Barbour received 2,...
Channel Guide MagazineAt long last, television is recognizing the ultimate in food service pros — moms! Tonight, TV One premieres its first-ever cooking competition series, My Momma Throws Down, from the makers of Iron Chef America and hosted by actor/comedian Ralph...
CW 33 NewsIn 2005, Army National Guard Spc. Billy Garrett was hit by a mortar round in Iraq. More than six years and eight surgeries later, he’s still unable to find work because of his injuries, or find enough money for Christmas presents for his three...
Staff WriterSolar projects proposed for four land parcels in Calipatria will cause the removal of active farmland causing discontent in the farming community, local farmers say. The issue came forward during an Environmental Evaluation Committee meeting Thursday,...
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterA group of farmers and agriculture industry representatives voiced their concern again Tuesday over planned solar development on farmland near Calipatria. More than half a dozen North County residents approached the Imperial Irrigation District Board...
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterFarmers have filed to appeal a decision about a solar project that has gotten some agriculture industry personnel up in arms. A group filed Monday to appeal the decision of the county Environmental Evaluation Committee, which decided in late September...
The unsuspecting public may not realize that the library is home to many restless spirits. Ghostly apparitions and foul aberrations are held at bay within the binding of many well-rumored tomes of lore. Resting on the shelf beside many normal, everyday...
Zareh Zargaryan has been here before. He's been asked to score, lead, and create shots for his teammates. The last time Zargaryan was expected to carry such a load was when he was playing for the Hoover High boys' basketball team. Now he's being...
WGN NewsSince making his recording debut in 2005, Trey Songz has patiently and artfully crafted some of the most acclaimed and compelling R&B music of the decade. His first two Songbook Entertainment/Atlantic albums, "I GOTTA MAKE IT" (2005) and "TREY DAY" (2007)...
Sam CoffmanIn Love & War (November 3, 2009/Def Jam) Amerie has returned to the U.S music scene after a failed domestic attempt with the album “Because I Love It.” Overseas, Amerie shined brightly with that album and her music gained millions of fans...
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