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  • newComedian and activist Dick Gregory dies at 84
    Dick Gregory, who broke racial barriers in the 1960s and used his humor to spread messages of social justice and nutritional health, has died. He was 84.The post Comedian and activist Dick Gregory dies at 84 appeared first on
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  • newThis Saturday: Trial run of the Akron Marathon course
    The Blue Line Beginners were busy Saturday!The post This Saturday: Trial run of the Akron Marathon course appeared first on
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  • newEcho 1, Aug. 20, 2017
    Columnist Bob Dyer: Canton man experiences horrific customer service after buying ‘‘refrigerator from Hell.’’The post Echo 1, Aug. 20, 2017 appeared first on
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  • newScoreboard/Statistics/Odds
    ODDSThe post Scoreboard/Statistics/Odds appeared first on
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  • newThings to Do, Aug. 20: Indigo Girls at Civic; NEO Comic Con; Yestival in Cleveland
    Indigo Girls to perform at Akron Civic TheatreThe post Things to Do, Aug. 20: Indigo Girls at Civic; NEO Comic Con; Yestival in Cleveland appeared first on
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  • newEcho 1, Aug. 20, 2017
    Ryan Lewis’ Cleveland Indians mailbag: What to expect when Lonnie Chisenhall returns to lineup.The post Echo 1, Aug. 20, 2017 appeared first on
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  • newEcho 1, Aug. 20, 2017
    Barberton puts neighborhoods first: One resident would like to see public trash cans placed along popular pedestrian routes. Two asked to have their streetlights fixed. Others asked about dead trees, a vacant house and general flooding problems. They…
    - 5 hours ago 20 Aug 17, 3:12am -

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Vermillion Plain Talk

  • Cracker Barrels Scheduled for 2017 Legislative Session
    The Vermillion Area Chamber of Commerce & Development Company (VCDC) Governmental Affairs Committee announced the dates of the 2017 Legislative Session Cracker Barrels. This year there will be two
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  • MyStoryYourStory: Holy Frijoles And All That Jazz
    Thought you’d be interested to know that people who cuss tend to be more honest, according to a recent survey in “Social Psychological and Personality Science.”
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  • Blood Brothers Drive To Give The Most Monday
    A record number of people turned out in Vermillion Monday to support the “Hero’s Behind the Badges” by donating blood with the Community Blood Bank.
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  • Judge Awards NMM Elvis Guitar Ownership
    To paraphrase the 1963 Elvis song “Happy Ending,” a rare Elvis guitar on display at the National Music Museum will now “live forever happily” there. After awaiting the outcome of a lengthy legal proce
    - 27 Jan 17, 6:00am -
  • Local Residents Unite In Women’s March
    Vermillion residents joined millions of other demonstrators around the world Saturday afternoon as it hosted the Vermillion Women’s March in conjunction with the Women’s March on Washington.
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  • Callahan Chosen To Lead Vermillion Fire/EMS
    Matthew R. Callahan has been hired as the new chief of the Vermillion Fire Department, according to a press release issued last Thursday by the City of Vermillion.
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  • Legislative Report: Bill Topics Include Beer, Drones, Marriage Licenses
    The South Dakota Legislature has now completed its second week and the pace of legislation is starting to pick up. The first bill which I introduced this year (SB 8) which codifies or places in the le
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News-Herald Lake County

  • newPainesville Recreation Division to host first 3-on-3 Streetball Classic tournament
    The Painesville Recreation Division is gearing up for the first 3-on-3 Streetball Classic on Aug. 26.
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  • new3D Printer coming to Mentor Library's main branch
    People will soon be able to craft jewelry, toys, cell phone cases, widgets and more using a 3D printer at Mentor Public Library's Main Branch.Starting, Sept. 5, patrons will be able to use the printer to turn computer files - specifically stereolitho…
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  • newLast Stop Willoughby parade draws large crowd
    On Aug. 19, Willoughby Mayor Dave Anderson was doing what he's been accustomed to for more than a quarter century: Leading.But this time it was as grand marshal of the Last Stop Willoughby parade. He and wife Donna were both asked to serve in the rol…
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  • newHowling good time in Mentor
    Pooches took the plunge at Mentor's Doggie Dip Day, Aug. 19 at Civic Center Park Pool. Breeds of all sizes and colors came out to escape the heat with their families.>>Photos: Doggie Dip Day 8/19/17
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  • newMentor CityFest 2017 to feature Guinness World Record attempt
    The fifth annual Mentor CityFest could be one for the record books.Literally.The two-day festival - Aug. 25 and 26 at 8600 Munson Road - has plenty of music, food and games in store, not the least of which is a Guinness World Record attempt.
    - 9 hours ago 19 Aug 17, 10:41pm -
  • newLake Humane Society's Mutt Strut moves to Lake Farmpark
    Lake Humane Society had to find a new spot for one of its most "pup"-ular events this year.The old venue - Penitentiary Glen - now serves as a nature park. But that's OK with the Mutt Strut organizers.
    - 10 hours ago 19 Aug 17, 9:52pm -
  • newLake Erie College Young Alumni Award going to Burton native who works in NBA
    Dan Purcell, Lake Erie College Class of 2007, said he is "floored" to be the 2017 Young Alumni Award recipient.The Young Alumni Award is given to an individual who has graduated from Lake Erie College within the last 10 years and is making his or her…
    - 10 hours ago 19 Aug 17, 9:50pm -

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  • new75 years later, Dieppe still 'seared into the fabric of our community'
    The Essex Scottish Regiment commemorated the 75th anniversary of the deadly Dieppe Raid with a ceremony in Dieppe Gardens on Saturday
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  • newBoaters rescued off shores of Kingsville's Cedar Island
    Two people made it safely to shore Saturday after their vessel began taking on water near Kingsville’s Cedar Island.
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  • newLeafs prospect and Spits grad Bracco hoists Cup in style
    While the Toronto Maple Leafs continue the team’s quest to end a 50-year Stanley Cup drought, prospect Jeremy Bracco certainly knows how to celebrate with a Cup.
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  • newGonzalez comes off disabled list to help Dodgers topple Tigers 8-5
    Adrian Gonzalez doubled in his first plate appearance since June 11, one of six two-base hits for Los Angeles on Friday night in an 8-5 win over the Detroit Tigers.
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  • newAmherstburg needs a hotel
    Re: Amherstburg to host 2018 provincial gymnastics championships By Mary Caton The news about Amherstburg hosting a gymnastics meet is positive for the town, athletes and spectators. What is rather ironic is Mayor Aldo DiCarlo’s statement the town…
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  • newThis Week's Milestones
    The Windsor Star publishes, at no charge, 50th, 55th, 60th, 65th and 70th wedding anniversaries and birthdays for those 90, 95, 100 and older. These announcements are published online and in print on Saturdays. Submissions are accepted by email only.…
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  • Ouellette Car Cruise delights motor fans of all ages
    The Downtown Windsor Business Improvement Association's second annual Ouellette Car Cruise on Aug. 18 proved popular, judging by the cheers and smiles from the sidewalk.
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Chronicle-Telegram Vermilion

  • newColumbus Day expected to go away in Oberlin
    OBERLIN — Big crowds are anticipated for a Council meeting Monday night where the city’s leaders are expected to abolish Columbus Day and replace it with Indigenous Peoples Day.
    - 4 hours ago 20 Aug 17, 4:13am -
  • newProgram improves neighborhoods' looks and connections
    ELYRIA — A group of volunteers spent Saturday helping residents of an Elyria neighborhood with some minor home repairs as part of the pilot phase of a new community initiative.
    - 4 hours ago 20 Aug 17, 4:12am -
  • newCharles Wendell Thomas, Sr.
    Charles Wendell Thomas, Sr., 85, of Elyria, passed away Friday, August 18, 2017 at Anchor Lodge Nursing Home in Lorain. He was born July 9, 1932 in Amherst. Charles was raised in Amherst and attended Amherst Schools. He had made his home in Elyria fo…
    - 11 hours ago 19 Aug 17, 8:44pm -
  • newChristine M. Thompson
    Christine M. Thompson passed away Saturday, August 19, 2017 at Keystone Pointe in LaGrange.
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  • newwilliam & helen paul
    William & Helen Paul
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  • newJoanne Gross
    Joanne Gross, 63, of Elyria, passed away Thursday, August 10, 2017 with family by her side. She was born to the late Robert and Jeanette Boesel March 28, 1954 in Elyria.
    - 11 hours ago 19 Aug 17, 8:41pm -
  • newIndians hit four home runs in 10-1 win over Royals; Corey Kluber suffers minor knee sprain
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The party that started when the Indians arrived at Kauffman Stadium ground to a halt when Corey Kluber winced while covering first base in the sixth inning against Kansas City on Friday night.
    - 23 hours ago 19 Aug 17, 9:01am -