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Intolerance in West Seattle

I don’t know how I heard about it. It was probably a movie ad in the newspaper, perhaps brought to my attention by my dad, who regularly perused that section of the paper. 461 more words

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Evergreen Park Closes Dog Park Over Canine Flu Concerns

CHICAGO (CBS) — A suburban dog park has been closed temporarily, because of the recent outbreak of dog flu.

Happy Bark Dog Park in southwest suburban Evergreen Park will be a no-bark zone for at least a week or two. 90 more words

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Citizen drives police dog in pursuit of Windsor stabbing suspect

A Windsor police dog and its handler caught a ride from a helpful citizen Sunday as they chased a stabbing suspect over fences, down streets and across several blocks. 487 more words

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Caltrain Rolling Through Palo Alto Strikes And Kills 16-Year-Old Boy In Apparent Suicide

PALO ALTO (KCBS)— A 16-year-old boy was struck and killed by a Caltrain early Tuesday morning in an apparent suicide. The victim was a student at Gunn High School. 287 more words

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Hundreds Of Volunteers Build Playground On North Side

NORTH SIDE (KDKA) – Hundreds of volunteers joined forces to build a brand new playground on the North Side.

The area was just an open, empty space a little while ago. 297 more words

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Powerful, brief storm topples trees, causes damage in Windsor and county

Residents in Windsor’s west side could only laugh as they assessed the damage of Tuesday evening’s brief but powerful storm that ripped down huge tree branches and tossed around one couple’s heavy backyard gazebos. 581 more words

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52nd & California


 

I blame it on the butcher-block paper. That was probably what threw us off, what enabled my sister and me to distort our childhood memory of the Pope’s visit to our neighborhood. 990 more words

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