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Yankton's Best Tri: Climbing & Cruising

Yankton’s Best Tri (results are HERE) took place Saturday, August 27 with the most perfect conditions any triathlete could ask for. The Missouri River spread out placidly with nary a wave, and a nice early morning rain shower and cooler temps created that perfect zone where the competitive athlete could push his limits without even considering environmental distress. 297 more words

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Spotlite: Connecticut Humane Society

This week on Spotlite: Alicia Wright Public Relations Director for the Connecticut Humane Society

The Connecticut Humane Society is the leading resource in the state for companion animal welfare, enriching the lives of families and communities through adoption services, medical care, education, and prevention of cruelty. 44 more words

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Blog Tour: The Possibility of Somewhere by Julia Day (Author Interview)

Today I’m super excited to kick off the promotional tour for The Possibility of Somewhere by Julia Day. This upcoming contemporary young adult novel features different type of characters which shows diversity in fiction. 1,194 more words

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Rich Answers: Melina Rudman-The Spiritual Life Center

This week on Rich Answers, Rev. Dr. Shelley Best talks with Melina Rudman, the Executive Director and Pastoral Discernment Leader of the Spiritual Life Center. They will be touching on such topics as what is the Spiritual Life Center, being a writer in residence at the Conference of Churches, and the writer’s journey as… 71 more words

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Sunday Morning Blues: August 28th, 2016

After being recharged last week on the Sunday morning Blues 17th Anniversary show at the Blues n’ Brews Festival, we’re ready to rock! 2 days of fantastic performances and microbrews plus that stellar weather (except for the 1 hour cloudburst on Saturday) was a fantastic way to send the show into another year on WZLX. 359 more words

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WHEN A CULVERT ACTS AS A GREAT DIVIDE

A culvert separates the cluster of houses in Shiv Vihar in Gokulpuri and Chawan Park in Karawal Nagar. But it does more than just draw a physical boundary between the unauthorised colonies. 582 more words

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