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Ruth Clark of Midland has been trying to perfect the cake recipe that goes along with her late grandmother's aluminum lamb mold for some 17 years. This year she nailed it. Not only did she find a recipe that matched the taste and texture of the treat she remembers eating as a child, she learned several tips on how to prepare the mold nearly guaranteeing a perfect lamb cake each time. And, as is her tradition, Clark will be serving her lamb cake today to her family members for their Easter celebration. Her grandmother passed away when Clark was... [Read More]
April 11 at Tiger Stadium in Huron Girls’ results Team Scores: 1, Potter County, 101; 2, James Valley Christian, 98; 3, De Smet 94; 4, Colman-Egan, 93; 5, Sandborn Central/Woonsocket, 74; 6, Sunshine Bible Academy, 61; 7, Arlington, 60; 8, Hitchcock-Tulare, 45. Individual Results 100 Dash: 1, Mackenzie Hemmer, CE, 13.4; 2, Kyla Morgan, SCW, 13.6; 3, Kasey Pistulka, A, 13.8; 4, Elizabeth Mendel, JV, 13.8;... [Read More]
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Cheap holidays during school term deemed "unjustifiable" by schools, but good luck stopping parents taking them. [Read More]
The water level continues to rise at New Melones Reservoir as the hefty snowpack begins to melt. Trout are being found in early mornings by anglers trolling lures near the surface, and then a little deeper as the sun rises. Shore anglers are picking up a few rainbows with power... [Read More]
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30541865.pdf as featured on La Crosse Tribune. [Read More]
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Google made a splash on Friday with its latest Doodle celebrating Songkran, the Thai New Year water festival... [Read More]
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Elena Milashina says threats have been made against her newspaper's entire staff. [Read More]
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30541871.pdf as featured on La Crosse Tribune. [Read More]
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The Torah teaches that the departure from Egypt happened so suddenly that the bread did not even have time to rise - which was not only "tough cookies" for the Israelites, but also for us, their spiritual descendants, who yearly celebrate this season of liberation with a week of indigestion in their memory. Jewish tradition considers the Exodus mainly as the event that granted our physical freedom, whereas our spiritual freedom was not achieved until the Israelites reached Mount Sinai, received the Torah, and entered into the covenant with God. Starting a couple of months ago, this... [Read More]
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The union says thousands of teachers could have been employed on the amount spent on "ill thought out" policies on schooling. [Read More]
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Celebrate the weekend with the most stunning sweet treats. [Read More]
Sigrid Carter, owner of Envoye Travel, a locally owned travel business established in 1971 would like to wish Texas Tech Public Radio a Happy 30th... [Read More]
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Distracting cell phones and too much alcohol are being blamed for an increase in pedestrians being mowed down by moving vehicles across North Carolina and South Carolina. [Read More]
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A Long Island woman is distraught and heartbroken after she says her 13-year-old dog was euthanized after being picked up as a stray. [Read More]
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Goodbye, food coloring, hello ... Sharpie? OK, hear us out. Long gone are the days of primary colors and bunny stickers. Between craft blogs and Pinterest, there's no excuse to have less than eggs-elent (sorry, we had to) Easter decor this year. Click through the gallery above for inspiration and... [Read More]
A study: Want to reduce the number of calories consumed when you order pizza? Try cutting the pizza into smaller slices and placing it on a larger table, according to a recent study published in the Journal of the Association of Consumer Research.By the numbers — Researchers led by Brennan Davis, from the California State Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo, divided large pizzas into eight regular sized slices or 16 smaller slices, then placed two... [Read More]
When Kim McCarrel recently saddled up Bella, her chestnut-colored Tennessee walker, and set out on a group ride at Maston Trailhead in the Cline Buttes Recreation Area, a mountain biker darted into the periphery. Ears pricked, Bella slowed her trot and trained her attention toward the juniper trees through which the cyclist disappeared. Because cyclists and horseback riders use distinct trails at Maston, however, the encounter was little more than a fleeting annoyance for the... [Read More]
Michał Kiełbasinski was well aware no one expected him to succeed on his mission to run the 946-mile Yukon Quest trail this year. The 49-year-old Polish adventurer spent 32 days this winter running between Whitehorse, Yukon and Fairbanks — most of it on the sled dog race trail. The skeptics included the doctor who operated on his knees a year ago and Yukon Quest mushers who passed him along the trail, he said. His trip... [Read More]
Buried by an avalanche of Trump-related news over the past few weeks, allegations of a shocking anti-gay purge in the Russian republic of Chechnya were slow to draw international attention. That no longer appears to be the case.Reports that Chechen police were rounding up gay men and torturing them at a secret detention center first emerged this month from the Russian news media and activist groups. On Thursday, the Guardian published one of the most... [Read More]
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