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LANSING -- Michigan Republicans are just five-and-a-half weeks away from deciding whether to hold a presidential primary, caucus or convention next year, but so far a consensus hasn't emerged. Dennis Moore, director of the Willow Run Tea Party Caucus in...
Tags: South Carolina, Michele Bachmann, Elections, Government, Texas
KTLA NewsDIAMOND BAR, Calif. (KTLA) -- Three mothers who were on the PTA at Diamond Bar elementary are accused of stealing millions of dollars from dozens of victims in an elaborate Ponzi scheme. Two of the suspects, 41-year-old Maricela Barajas (aka Maricela...
As the space shuttle program heads into retirement, a question remains: How will NASA send astronauts into space? The answer: For the time being, it will rely on Russia. But the long-term answer may have roots at NASA Langley Research Center in Hampton....
El camino hacia el socialismo o comunismo, como quiera uno llamarlo en Cuba y Venezuela ha sido distinto. El primero vino de sopetón, impuesto por la fuerza de una revolución traicionada. El segundo ha sido más paulatino. Doce años después que Hugo...
Tags: Hugo Chavez, Dilma Rousseff, Cuba, Texas, Guatemala
Nothing says summertime quite like live music and craft beer with good friends under the bright sun. Music festivals are one of my favorite summer pastimes; there is just something about the welcoming outdoor setting and stimulating cultural environment...
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterTheir quest for shopping for low-priced hearing aids might lead Imperial residents Danny and Sharon McDowell south of the border. "They say they’ve got better prices there so we’re thinking of going down (to Los Algodones) to check it out,"...
Tags: Arizona, Medical Services, Business, Drugs and Medicines, Health
Gasoline prices per gallon in the West* Arizona$3.58 California 3.93 Colorado 3.66 Hawaii 4.04 Idaho 3.71 Montana 3.77 Nevada 3.71 New Mexico 3.61 Oregon 3.84 Texas 3.57 Utah 3.61 Washington 3.88 Wyoming 3.66 *Source: AAA; prices (rounded)...
Tags: Arizona, Utah, Texas, Petroleum Industry, Hawaii
WASHINGTON (AP) — Grasping for a deal on the nation's debt, President Barack Obama and congressional leaders remained divided Sunday over the size and the components of a plan to reduce long term deficits. Noting the need to work out an agreement...
Ronald William Rouleau, 63, of Traverse City, passed away suddenly on Thursday, July 7, 2011. He leaves his wife, Jerilyn; daughter, Rebecca (Dennis) Johnson; and two grandchildren, Aryian and Noah. Ron put up a good fight against scleroderma for many...
Tags: Colorado, Florida, Michigan, California
Alvin “Al” LaRoy Gustafson, died at the age of 84 years in Roseville, CA on July 10, 2011. Born in Beresford, South Dakota on June 5, 1927. Son of Albin & Ella Gustafson, immigrants from Sweden. Enlisted in the U.S. Naval Service in 1945...
CNNLAS VEGAS -- A Las Vegas resort is warning some former guests that they may have come in contact with high levels of the legionella bacteria, which causes Legionnaires' disease, a form of pneumonia, the hotel announced Thursday. The Aria Resort and...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesYou may have heard of the running of the bulls in Pamplona, Spain, or the gathering of sun worshipers to celebrate the summer solstice at Britain's Stonehenge, but Europe has plenty of other less famous but equally unusual festivals. Some date back many...
Tags: Apples, Spain, Mardi Gras, England, Festive Events
Jul 7, 2011 |Story| Petoskey News
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