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Channel 2 NewsFour men are facing federal charges related to sea otter parts that were illegally sold or transported in Southeast Alaska. The Anchorage Daily News says Raymond Chatham Jr. is charged with violating the federal Marine Mammal Protection Act by allegedly...
If your family likes to vacation but can't agree on a place to go, do what my family did and make everyone happy -- take more than one vacation. You might be surprised to learn that Bluegreen's Explorer package is economical and provides a variety of...
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Anna Frances Preston Johnson went to be with the Lord on Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012. She is survived by her children, Norman (Judy) Johnson, Stanley (Linda) Johnson and Ruth (Mark) Lyle; her grandchildren, Wes and Keith Johnson, Breck Johnson, Mary Anne...
A Baltimore man admitted Thursday that he killed his half-brother after he and his father found out that his half-brother was romantically involved with the mother of his 7-year-old son, Anne Arundel County prosecutors said, Cornelius Keith Johnson, 25,...
As a seasoned travel writer with more than 173,000 miles logged, I've come to the conclusion that memorable vacations have two things in common: great destinations and exceptional accommodations. Among my favorite destinations are Williamsburg, Virginia;...
Every civilian EMT in Lawrence was notified late Friday that they were being let go. Lawrence Mayor Dean Jessup issued the following letter to employees: "Dear Colleagues: Today, I made the most difficult decision that I will likely make as the...
The Arts Council of Greater New Haven has gone “somewhat off the wall.” That’s the name of an event and party fundraiser being held on Sunday, Sept. 23, from 5 to 9 p.m., at 760 Chapel St. in New Haven, where the Odonnell Company is....
Margretta F. Hunt, age 91, of Boyne City, died Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2012, at home surrounded by her family. Margretta was born on March 28, 1921, in Alma, the daughter of Alfred and Margretta (Hyde) Johnson. She owned and operated a ceramic store in...
Livestock producers who fail to properly manage the drought could find themselves dealing with the consequences long after the rains return, says a Purdue Extension beef specialist. Exceptionally high temperatures and extremely low rainfall have combined...
email@example.comMany people were wondering where Andrew Yacyk was at the beginning of the 2012 baseball season, but not head coach Drew Crawford. The North Hagerstown junior started the season slow at the plate with only six hits in his first eight games, but the Hubs...
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Yvonne Wagoner has every reason to feel more tired than usual. With fall rapidly fading into winter, short days and long, dark nights are becoming the norm again, something she has noticed more since turning the clock back this month. Add to that the...
An East Baltimore resident died Friday night while being held at the Baltimore Central Booking and Intake Center, a state corrections spokesman said. Keith Johnson, 50, was being held on $10,000 bail for drug charges, said the spokesman, Mark Vernarelli....
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