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Unfortunately, Fake News is alive and all too well. This was witnessed in spades this past week as the Fake News/Kill Trump media lied through... [Read More]
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Ron McBride, a legendary local football coach and player, uses his foundation to raise money and awareness about opioid addiction. Unfortunately, it's a deadly problem... [Read More]
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Grand Forks Herald Molly Dickson remembers all too well the night she landed at New York City's JFK Airport—only to discover she had no place... [Read More]
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The superhero family in "Incredibles 2" is fighting against a phenomenon many American families today know all too well: tech addiction. (June 21)       ... [Read More]
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Summers certainly are simpler now that I'm married. I can stay home and paint the porch. Or sit on the lawn, sip Pina Coladas, and... [Read More]
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Nurse Kate McMeekin was working late one night at UCHealth Medical Center of the Rockies when the call went out: a hemorrhage on the maternity... [Read More]
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BY CARLA HINTON Staff Writer chinton@oklahoman.com Some of Oklahoma City's elder population live in the shadows, existing on few resources and with very little human... [Read More]
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Reviving singing competition staple American Idol after only two years off the air, executive producer Trish Kinane worked to refresh the series for another run, while... [Read More]
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Tensions were already running high betwixt the U.S. and China before trade threats were ratcheted up once more this week. As we know all too... [Read More]
According to Democrats, American women live under a suffocating patriarchy. Rape culture flourishes in the U.S. Toxic masculinity stunts the emotional and professional growth of... [Read More]
The City of Poughkeepsie knows all too well the various dangers in letting vacant structures linger, whether they be former businesses or homes. [Read More]
Volunteer members from the AARP North Hempstead team facilitated a brunch to thank the families, caregivers,  and staff at the Ronald McDonald House in New... [Read More]
Hunter Katich is a 21-year old Auburn student who knows the Chattahoochee all too well. He competed for the 5th time in the Go-Pro Mountain... [Read More]
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