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The hype is warranted, the rumors are true. One of the two or three coldest smacks of winter arrives by late week. By Christmas Day temperatures struggle to reach zero, nighttime lows slip to 10F below. Not quite record territory but cold enough to do your funny Nanook of the North impersonation. [Read More]
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Defense Dept. acknowledges secret effort to investigate unidentified flying objects. [Read More]
The Packers' chances to keep their playoff hopes alive may ride on the willingness of coach Mike McCarthy and Aaron Rodgers to call running plays. [Read More]
Bill splits cyclists, conservationists over bikes in BWCA, other wild areas. [Read More]
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On Friday, Fox News's Tucker Carlson interviewed Stephen F. Cohen, a contributing editor at The Nation. Cohen sharply criticized coverage at the Washington Post and the New York Times, and more generally stated that he has "never seen media malpractice" like the establishment press's year-long effort to breathe life into what he insists has been a completely ginned-up claim that Russia tried to influence the 2016 U.S. presidential election. [Read More]
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It worked to much success against Oklahoma in the Fiesta Bowl a decade ago, but for Boise State, the... [Read More]
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Joshua Vidrine of Prescott Valley was arrested on suspicion of theft after posting pictures of stolen property for sale on social media. [Read More]
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Boise State Celebrates 101st Commencement, Awards More than 2,000 Degrees This Winter By: Sherry Squires   Published 1:55 pm / December 16, 2017 Email share Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Pinterest Boise State University's winter Commencement honored graduates with a traditional ceremony and paid tribute to distinguished alumnus, true friend and champion for Boise State, Bill Ilett. In total, 1,872 students were eligible to receive 2,093 degrees and certificates. Of those, 377 were eligible for honors: 233 cum laude, 120 magna cum laude and 24 summa cum laude. A full list of graduates organized... [Read More]
According to Jewish Currents magazine, Shavit did not deny the allegations, saying he continues 'to take responsibility for my actions.' Shavit resigned from Haaretz and Channel 10 a year ago after Jewish-American journalist Danielle Berrin accused him of forcing himself on her during an interview... [Read More]
New step, which follows similar move for 200 Sudanese in June, provides all the rights and benefits of refugee status; an estimated 2,300 Darfurians have submitted asylum requests to stay in Israel... [Read More]
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Justice Minister Heiko Maas wrote that the Holocaust, in which the Nazis killed six million Jews, and its significance needed to become an even more important part of integration courses... [Read More]
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In any normal country, the constitutional right of the state to confiscate bodies for bargaining purposes would never have reached the courts... [Read More]
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Families took to the annual Kids' Christmas Party at Norwich Free Academy on Saturday for games, community and gifts. But for one child, the holiday party was even more special."For the first time this year, we will be recognizing a student who has excelled in her classes," Brenda Stone, director of the annual event, said.It's one of several things Stone has changed since she took the reins of the event earlier this year. For roughly 30 years, her mother, Elizabeth Hall-Hurley,... [Read More]
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The red corduroy coat with the faux fur trim has held up well - not bad for a suit bought 45 years ago.The black boots and belt are barely scuffed. The white beard and wig, though, are showing their age, tinged yellow in a few spots. And the man - the hearty soul who can remember whether his neighbor's friend's grandson from years back was naughty or nice - is slowing down."I do my research on every child I see and sits on my lap, and I... [Read More]
The new City Council will vote Monday on a resolution by its leadership opposing any plans for the state Department of Children and Families to move its offices from 2 Courthouse Square to the city's business park or elsewhere.The resolution by Mayor Peter Nystrom and Council President Pro Tempore Bill Nash comes amid concern that the state is overdue on renewing the lease for DCF to occupy the Shannon Building, which houses more than 250 employees. The DCF offices have been at... [Read More]
Two adults and one child were displaced after a fire damaged their Hampton home, officials said. [Read More]
Officers, deputies teamed up for the investigation... [Read More]
Two shot in Cocoa home invasion; a third man also shot trying to help. Video by Lamaur Stancil, FLORIDA TODAY; Posted Dec. 16, 2017... [Read More]
Stolen car recovered in Cocoa, Fla., Saturday. Video by Lamaur Stancil, FLORIDA TODAY Posted Dec. 16, 2017... [Read More]
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The annual Wreaths Across America event took place on Saturday at Wilmington National Cemetery... [Read More]
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