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Home for Sale - Pickerington, Ohio

Another great home for sale in Pickerington, Ohio! 104 Hazel Court Pickerington, OH 43147 is brand new to the market and is listed for $249,900.   135 more words

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TWSC: SYNDICALISM CLOGS THE PATH

The Transport Workers Solidarity Committee, composed of a handful of retired workers, some actually from the ILWU, convened a well-attended meeting (mostly by long term leftists) in SF on Tuesday, March 31st, at the church across the street from ILWU HQ. 3,520 more words

Socialism

Intergenerational Prom Brought Together People Of All Ages

Everybody danced the night away

Prom King and Queen.

IC students and elders dance to the music.

The theme was ‘A Night In Paris’.

Eiffel Tower shines bright as people take photos in front of it throughout the night. 562 more words

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The Importance of Local Theatres

The United States of America is a very, very young nation. Our “old” buildings are, at oldest, about four or five centuries old. Most of the “old” buildings on the west coast are lucky to be more than 120 years old. 777 more words

Columbia Theatre

Manley responds to talk of opponent Mack’s big government record and sanctuary city confusion

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MAYORAL CANDIDATE RICHARD MANLEY DISCUSSES PHILOSPHICAL DIFFERENCES BETWEEN HIMSELF AND OPPONENT

Manley responds to talk of opponent Andy Mack’s big government record and sanctuary city confusion at recent debate.

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Updated: Candidate for Longview mayor Mack is pro big government? Supports sanctuary cites?

 

A post from Wes Brumit, Harrison County’s Republican Party Chairman:

For the Mack supporters out there. When he was on the city council, he led the charge for the smoking ordinance.

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Gregg County: Richard Manley's 'Official Statement' on his business


Friends:

The subject of Mr. Manley’s business has been brought up multiple times among leaders in and out of Gregg County.

In a quest to gain some clarity myself, I, too, asked Mr. 871 more words

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