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MISSOURI UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES BEGIN RELEASING FALL 2017 DEAN'S LISTS - Area Students Shine

Just yesterday, it seemed like we were all mesmerized at the Solar Eclipse on August 21st; a date when most Universities and Colleges resumed classes for the Fall 2017 Semester. University of Missouri - Columbia, University of Central Missouri, and State Technical College of Missouri are the first i

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Super Wedding Show comes to Mid-Missouri

COLUMBIA - More than 500 future brides filled the Holiday Inn Executive Center on Sunday to attend the Super Wedding Show. Event manager Clare Moorehead said it was one-stop bridal planning, with venues, photographers and wedding planners there. "Anything you could possibly need for your wedding is

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Why has it been foggy in Merced? And will it come back soon?

The dense fog in Merced might have let up on Monday afternoon, but meteorologist at the National Weather Service in Hanford say the chance of rain is likely toward the end of the week, which could create more fog. This is a "typical winter time pattern for this area that we haven't seen in a few yea

MERCED SUN-STAR - 2018-01-16 00:17:00

Martin Luther King, Jr. commemorated with performances, speeches

In the Northern San Joaquin Valley, as throughout the country, Martin Luther King, Jr. was commemorated Monday with speeches, performances, and appeals to all of us to be better. It would have been the civil rights leader's 89th birthday. In Turlock, Westside Ministries held an event for the first t

MODESTO BEE - 2018-01-16 00:14:00

'On solid ground.' Denair schools chief leaving after turning around troubled district

Aaron Rosander, superintendent of the Denair Unified School District, will leave the post when his contract expires at the end of June. Rosander made the announcement at a meeting last week, the district said in a news release. School board President Ray Prock Jr. said a search for Rosander's repla

MODESTO BEE - 2018-01-15 22:24:00

North Bay fire cleanup resumes after state steps in

Cleanup crews are rolling into four fire-scorched Northern California counties again after the state approved a new agreement for debris removal, sidestepping a dispute that had property owners worried about how quickly they could begin rebuilding. Debris removal was halted last week in Napa, Sonoma

SFGATE - 2018-01-15 21:48:00

MLK Day speakers in Merced want to keep 'moving the dream forward'

Monday marked Merced's 22nd annual celebration honoring the man best known for his work during the civil rights movement, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Hundreds gathered at the Merced County Fair Grounds on Martin Luther King Jr. Way in the morning and marched to the Merced Theater. Some held banners,

MERCED SUN-STAR - 2018-01-16 00:19:00

70-year-old arrested for DUI after collision near Planada

Authorities have arrested a 70-year-old woman for driving under the influence of alcohol after her vehicle was involved in a three-car collision Friday evening on State Route 140, according to California Highway Patrol. The crash was originally reported Friday night as a non-DUI minor injury crash.

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Leak Turns To Massive Flooding At Turlock Apartment Building

TURLOCK (CBS13) - Students at the Vista Apartments in Turlock woke up to water pouring into their units just after midnight Saturday morning. "I thought it was the sprinkler at first, water was everywhere," said Kanelyn Brown, a student at California State University, Stanislaus But after taking a c

CBSLOCAL.COM - 2018-01-15 06:36:02

Residents evacuated from flooded Turlock apartments

Authorities helped residents, including a tenant who can't walk, get out of a flooded apartments near the California State University, Stanislaus campus early Sunday. The flooding occurred at an apartment complex in the 900 block of West Monte Vista Avenue, across the street from the university camp

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Trumansburg students trying to change the climate

A class of Charles O. Dickerson High School students is looking to change the conversation around climate change through a variety of projects designed to get them out of the classroom and into the community. Twelve students, made up of a six-person Global Humanism class and six independent study st

ITHACA.COM - 2018-01-16 14:41:00

Reward Offered for Information on Liquor Store Thief

WATKINS GLEN, N.Y. (18 NEWS) - The owner Watkins Glen Wine & Spirits is looking for help from the community in identifying a thief. Footage of the suspect was captured on a security camera at the scene and posted to their Facebook page. The timestamp on the video shows it happened just after midnig

WETM - 2018-01-15 04:46:12

From Dundee to the silver screen

PENN YAN - Despite experiencing some Hollywood success this past year, Dundee native Bobby Fitzgerald's feet are planted firmly on the ground. Barefoot that it is. Temperatures didn't reach double digits last Sunday morning, but Fitzgerald, a 2005 Dundee High School graduate, greeted well-wishers at

FINGER LAKES TIMES

Wayne deputies seize 12 dogs from Lyons kennel

This image is from a video made by activists concerned about the safety of a dozen dogs at a kennel on Middle Road in Lyons.Submitted photo LY0NS - Wayne County sheriff's deputies said they have seized 12 dogs from a Lyons kennel, where activists allege the animals were mistreated, including being

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Village elections planned up in Ovid, Lodi to fill vacancies

OVID - Normally, this would be an off-year for elections in Seneca County's four villages. But the Nov. 28, 2017, death of Ovid Mayor David Terry created a vacancy that will be filled in the March 20 election. The winner will serve the remaining year of Terry's four-year term and then have to run ag

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Martin Luther King breakfast rescheduled for Saturday

With 22 NBA teams playing on Monday, LeBron James talked about how honored he is to play on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Time The Elmira Corning Branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and the Black Technology Network will sponsor a Martin Luther King breakfast c

STAR-GAZETTE - 2018-01-16 20:58:23

Weather: A second, less chaotic January thaw is coming

ITHACA, N.Y. -- Many folks, Voice staff included, like some warm breaks to make the winter cold snaps a little more bearable. No one expects both of those to happen within the same 36-hour span. It was hard to miss the rapid drop in temperatures on Friday, as temperatures fell from 63F at about noon

ITHACAVOICE.COM - 2018-01-16 08:00:00

What should make a building historic?

The Ithaca Landmark Preservation Commission is mulling changes that would modify Common Council's involvement in the historic designation process, citing the confusion and politics that plagued the debate over Chacona Block's historical merit late last year. New guidelines proposed by City Historic

ITHACA.COM - 2018-01-16 14:26:00

'The Rock Pack' plays the classics at NYCB Theatre at Westbury

The 1960s brought the Rat Pack, now comes the Rock Pack. While the legendary quintet of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr., Peter Lawford and Joey Bishop mixed singing and comedy, this new fivesome, consisting of John Payne (Asia), Lou Gramm (formerly of Foreigner), Steve Augeri (formerly o

NEWSDAY - 2018-01-15 19:50:32

Six-year-old Westbury girl's dancing mishap ready for prime time

Video of the little girl lip-synching a Taylor Swift song before she falls into a sink will make its national debut Sunday night on popular ABC show. A Westbury girl's adorable antics have landed her a spot on an episode of "America's Funniest Home Videos," set to air Sunday night. Lia Valenti, 6,

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