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Extra: Peoria's oldest law firm avoids headlines, operates without fanfare

In 1865, at the onset of Peoria’s oldest law firm, the city was booming.Just 33 years earlier, an unincorporated Illinois River burg held about 100 inhabitants, three houses and a makeshift log courthouse. But by 1845, when Peoria incorporated as a city, ... [Published PJStar.com - 1 hour ago]
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Grant writing workshop Sept. 16 at Moline Library

Press release submitted by Quad City Arts.Free Grant Workshop will be from 5 to 7:30 p.m. Sept. 16, at Moline Public Library, 3210 41st St., Moline.Join Clark "Bucky" Halker, Ph.D., director of Company of Folk, will lead the free workshop on how to search ... [Published Quad-Cities Online - 1 hour ago]
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Fair offered plenty for all to see

At the entrance of the Cleburne County Fair, the bleating of sheep punctuates the music being pumped out of giant speakers.Next to the sheep, chickens, three to a cage, awaited judging and the silent auction that will determine their new homes. Just a ... [Published Cleburne News - 2 hours ago]
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Cullen: Glimpses of Hoosier history found on family farm

Norman Skinner, owner of the Skinner Farm Museum & Village, near Perrysville, with his 1851 Conestoga wagon, found in Kentucky. (Photo:Photo provided/Kevin Cullen)PERRYSVILLE – Looking for something to do this weekend? Norm Skinner is your guy.At his ... [Published Lafayette Journal & Courier - 4 hours ago]
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The keepers of Howard County history

As a student at Atholton Elementary and Clarksville Middle schools, Mary Catherine Cochran said her eyes glazed over when teachers explained Civil War battles.It's not that she didn't appreciate history. She did — just on a more local level."I would light ... [Published Explore Howard - 5 hours ago]
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Q&A: AI & The “Industrial Revolution” in IT

Workforce Planning and ManagementPosted by IDG Connecton August 21 2014Artificial Intelligence Q&A with Ergun Ekici – VP Emerging Technologies, IPsoft.How do you feel AI is changing business processes at present?  And can you define what you mean by ... [Published IDG Connect - 11 hours ago]
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Blacksmith Iain Hamilton to exhibit among world’s best

BLACKSMITH Iain Hamilton of Mother Mountain Forge at Dignams Creek is preparing for the first International Cutler’s Exhibition, to be held in Sydney this weekend. BLACKSMITH Iain Hamilton of Mother Mountain Forge at Dignams Creek is preparing for the ... [Published Narooma News - 15 hours ago]
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Pages past — Aug. 21

On this date …1965: The emergency room at Clovis Memorial Hospital was being misused as an extension to the physician’s office or as an outpatient clinic, the hospital’s administrator and board chairman claimed. They said the hospital saw 6,050 patients ... [Published Clovis News Journal - 15 hours ago]
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Dapto rower was world champion

The launch of the book The Village Blacksmith highlights the life and times of world champion rower William Beach. The launch of the book The Village Blacksmith highlights the life and times of world champion rower William Beach. William Beach, the son ... [Published Illawarra Mercury - 16 hours ago]
First reported Aug 20 2014 - Updated 17 hours ago - 2 reports

Rescued 18th century smithy in running for national English Heritage award

A RESTORATION project which has saved a 19th century blacksmith shop from a state of near collapse is in the running for a national award.The work on Hetton smithy has been shortlisted for an English Heritage Angel Award in the best rescue of an industrial ... [Published NewsRT.co.uk - 17 hours ago]
First reported Aug 20 2014 - Updated Aug 20 2014 - 1 reports

Blacksmithing on display in Boyanup

IT’S not often that members of the public are able to witness the centuries-old craft of blacksmithing. IT’S not often that members of the public are able to witness the centuries-old craft of blacksmithing. At the July open day at the South West Rail ... [Published Busselton Mail - Aug 20 2014]
First reported Aug 19 2014 - Updated Aug 19 2014 - 1 reports

Busy weekend at pioneer acres

MDT PM Change text size for the story It was a busy weekend at Pioneer Acres when more than 5,000 people burst through the gates from Aug. 8 to 10.It was the 45th annual Show and Reunion featuring John Deere equipment and antique styles of farming.“What ... [Published Airdrie Echo - Aug 19 2014]

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...a couple of scrapes and scratches but no severe injuries and we're always happy about that," said Shawnee Mountain Ski General Manager Jim Tust. "It's challenging and people enjoyed it and the weather was perfect, with cool and sunny weather, which was good for running, and not humid, but dry."
"It's been at Quiet Valley Living Historical Farm for the past few years now," said Laura Goss, executive director of Pocono Arts Council. "The show has changed a little. Quiet Valley has joined as a sponsor this year, and they will have some heritage craftsmen demonstrating during the festival, which is new."
Tiernan's new "Open Mouth An Improvisation" has been dubbed "a freefalling spontaneous scriptless performance that pushes Tommy to the very limits of his creativity.”"
"Those smaller things are kind of unrecognized in the history books" Cochran said. "But they were within my reach."

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Thoughts from the ammo line [Published Power Line - Aug 15 2014]
(Scott Johnson) Ammo Grrrll begins the first of a three-part series on her high school reunion. Here is ON THE ROAD, Part One (Eat your heart out, Jack Kerouac): I recently returned to Arizona from a 5,000 mile, 17-day road trip back to Alexandria, ...
BSIDES LAS VEGAS 2014 - The Lore shows the Way [Published SecurityTube.Net - Aug 13 2014]
Mistakes have been made, and mistakes will be made again. Those unfamiliar with the history of the situation may end up going through the same thought processes and making the same mistakes as the previous generations. This presents both problems and ...
Weekend Reading: Mallory Ortberg: "The Ability ... [Published Brad DeLong - Aug 09 2014]
The Toast is irresistible. Here is a sample from this week:Mallory Ortberg:"The Ability To Control Both Horses And Women": “Far be it from me to criticize the tactics of modern union organizers......but frankly I think the world was a better place when ...
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Victoria Jackson, Stacy Campfield Fare Worse In... [Published Wonkette - Aug 08 2014]
Sad, sad, sad news out of the great state of Tennessee, where two Wonkette favorites went down to defeat on Thursday in their campaigns for public office. Get out your hankies, people, for today we weep for comedy and for America. First, one-time ...
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