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Flashback: 1926 Midland Newspaper Ads

Not only was the Midland Sun special section portrait from November 1926 of the Town of Midland filled with stories, it was also filled with advertisements from Midland businesses. Some of the establishments did not list addresses because the city was only so big and people probably knew exactly where …

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Groves council defers decision on Okeechobee overlay

Loxahatchee Groves City Council agreed on Tuesday, September 21 to postpone final approval of a comprehensive amendment to the plan creating an Okeechobee Blvd. overlay for up to one year so that it can be reviewed by the Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council, as well as getting feedback from city …

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3rd Circ. Journal Timing Questions in Union Award Spat

By Jeannie O’Sullivan (Sept. 22, 2021, 6:01 p.m. EDT) – The Third Circuit on Wednesday questioned a claim by a Pennsylvania newspaper that the statute of limitations for challenging a union’s arbitration award was did not begin until the referee’s full decision has been rendered, suggesting that the countdown really …

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Listen to your body, rest! – THE HORNET JOURNAL

SYDNEY ANDERSON A young woman at rest, getting enough sleep. Photo courtesy of Sarah Young. Many people underestimate the importance of sleep for the human body. Sleep is just as crucial, as food and air are necessary for survival. Throughout the day, sleep programs the brain to process emotions and …

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RPBHS teaches students how to overcome adversity

Principal of Royal Palm Beach High School, Dr Jesús Armas, told the Royal Palm Beach Education Advisory Board on Monday, September 13 that his school is dedicated to helping students succeed. Armas, who served as the school principal for 12 years, said the school taught about the events of September …

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Biden’s plan is of great value

By Ron Mitchell, Henderson Monday, September 20, 2021 | 2 a.m There is a debate in Washington, DC, over President Joe Biden’s investment plan to build America back better. Conservatives argue that America cannot afford to spend so much money. The $ 3.5 trillion project invested over 10 years is …

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Lancers Weekend Recap – Times-Union Newspaper

No.13 Columbia Ekes takes victory over GraceWINONA LAKE, Ind. – Grace’s 16th-ranked women’s soccer team and 13th Columbia met head-to-neck in the Top 25 on Saturday.A brief error in judgment from Grace’s defense was the only difference as Columbia escaped with a 1-0 victory.The teams were virtually equal in all …

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