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  1. FCI asked to pay Rs eight lakh by railwaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | DNA India

    The railway authorities here has directed Food Corporation of India to pay a fine of Rs eight lakh for transporting 110 tonnes of rice more than the quantity for which freight charge had been paid by the FCI. The railway authorities here has directed Food Corporation of India to pay a fine of Rs eight lakh for transporting 110 tonnes of rice more than the quantity for which freight charge had been paid by the FCI.

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  2. Remember Corndog CheckoffRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 25 | The Messenger

    Annually attracting more than a million people from all over the world, the Iowa State Fair is Iowa's greatest celebration, a salute to the state's best in agriculture, industry, entertainment and achievement. The Fair is a tradition every Iowan can be proud of, and the Iowa State Fair Blue Ribbon Foundation is dedicated to continuing that legacy by raising funds for the restoration and preservation for our historic Fairgrounds.

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  3. CHS team wins history award for documentaryRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Alaska Star

    Chugiak High School sophomores Peggy Saddler, Mariah Johnson, and Rebekah Johanson in the school library with an enlarged cardboard copy of a check from the Cook Inlet Historical Soaciety and first place ribbon, for winning the senior division at Anchorage History Day. A trio of Chugiak High School sophomores won the senior division of the Anchorage History Day competition Feb. 14 for their documentary on the life of Edward Lewis "Bob" Bartlett.

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  4. Goodman Fielder approves $1.3b takeoverRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Sydney Morning Herald

    Shareholders of Australia's largest listed food manufacturer Goodman Fielder have voted in favour of a $1.3 billion takeover offer from Singapore oils trader Wilmar International and Hong Kong investment company First Pacific. More than 99 per cent of votes were cast in favour of the 67.5-a-share offer on Thursday in Sydney, while just over 80 per cent of shareholders approved overall.

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  5. Wild swap minority ownersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | WKBT

    The Minnesota Wild have swapped minority owners, with Chicago financier Matthew Hulsizer replacing New York hedge fund manager Philip Falcone on majority owner Craig Leopold's board of directors. The change was announced Wednesday.

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  6. Fracking ban extended another five yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Examiner

    Primary Industries and Water Minister Jeremy Rockliff announced today that the government has introduced a five-year moratorium on fracking following a review of its potential use and impact on the state. "The Liberal Government supports a strong and thriving agriculture industry in Tasmania, which is why we have applied a precautionary principle when considering any measures that could impact on the sector's ability to grow ten-fold to $10 billion a year by 2050," Mr Rockliff said.

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  7. $1m in recovery funding for Qld charitiesRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Yahoo!

    ... life," she said. While the Premier said the total cost of Tropical Cyclone Marcia remains unclear, the state's agriculture industry was likely to take a hit of about $50 million. Red Cross Queensland chairman John Pinney expected the organisation to ...

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  8. Farm Bureau offers scholarshipsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Times-Standard

    EUREKA >> The Humboldt County Farm Bureau is now accepting applications for the 2015 Humboldt County Farm Bureau Scholarships, which include multiple scholarship opportunities for graduating Humboldt County high-school seniors and continuing college students. These programs are for students who major or minor in agriculture, science, education or vocational education and are attending an accredited junior college, four-year college or vocational school.

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  9. State extends fracking ban to 2020Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | The Mercury

    ... government had decided to impose a five-year moratorium. "The Liberal Government supports a strong and thriving agriculture industry in Tasmania, which is why we have applied a precautionary principle when considering any measures that could impact ...

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  10. An Ingenious Invention That Turns Beehives Into Flowing Honey TapsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Wired

    Father and son team Stuart and Cedar Anderson invented Flow, a way to get honey on tap direct from the beehive. Harvesting honey has been a sticky, messy job that's changed very little from the earliest days of beekeeping.

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  11. Ian AndersonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Sunday Herald

    Ian Anderson, who has died aged 90, was an outstanding Scottish accountant who became eminent in the field of mergers and consolidation, bringing a strong sense of probity and honest, independent scrutiny to the work he carried out. In a long and distinguished career at the Glasgow-based firm of Thomson McLintock , he gained a reputation as the archetypal Scottish CA and auditor.

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  12. Man accused of hate crime against mentally disabled person refuses plea deal WednesdayRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 25 | The Advocate

    A man accused of holding a mentally disabled person while dogs attacked him - an attack that was caught on video tape and shared on Facebook - refused a plea deal in Tangipahoa Parish court Wednesday morning. Assistant District Attorney Blair Alford offered 23-year-old Quenton Anderson, of Hammond, a 10-year sentence in exchange for pleading guilty to a bevy of charges including the commission of a hate crime.

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  13. Malpractice Insurance Standard Revived in WIRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Courthouse News Service

    Insurers that won't honor claims reported outside a policy end date face no obligation to do so under Wisconsin law, the state Supreme Court ruled Wednesday. Attorney Thomas Aul filed the untimely insurance claim at issue here after his former clients Melissa and Kenneth Anderson tried to enforce a judgment against him.

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  14. Missing chef Claudia Lawrence's mum says: 'Our lives have been on hold for six years'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Mirror.co.uk

    Det Supt Dai Malyn said they had significant leads and were ready to arrest those who hadn't told them the truth Speaking about a lack of people coming forward with evidence, distraught Ms Lawrence added: "It is beyond belief that someone would lie." The police chief investigating the disappearance, Det Supt Dai Malyn, said they had significant leads and were ready to arrest those who hadn't told them the truth.

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  15. LocalCereal City in 'Battle Creek' credits, scene by sceneCereal City ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Battle Creek Enquirer

    The real Cereal City can't get enough of the CBS show "Battle Creek." The world premiere, held Tuesday night at the W.K. Kellogg Auditorium, revealed Cereal City in 'Battle Creek' credits, scene by scene The real Cereal City can't get enough of the CBS show "Battle Creek."

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  16. Texas Ag Forum examines new farm billRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Southwest Farm Press

    BART FISCHER, chief economist, U.S. House Committee on Agriculture, fields questions following a presentation at the recent Texas Ag Forum in Austin. Linda Raun, El Campo, Texas, moderated the session and keeps track of time.

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  17. Pringles Tortillas, Zesty SalsaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Snack Food/Wholesale Bakery

    Product Snapshot: Pringles, a Kellogg Co. brand, introduced Pringles Tortillas in a Zesty Salsa flavor on Feb. 24 in celebration of National Tortilla Chip Day.

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  18. NHL's Minnesota Wild change minority ownersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Salt Lake Tribune

    St. Paul a The Minnesota Wild have swapped minority owners, with Chicago financier Matthew Hulsizer replacing New York hedge fund manager Philip Falcone on majority owner Craig Leopold's board of directors. The change was announced Wednesday.

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  19. UPDATED 7.15pm: Claudia Lawrence cops: 'inquiries will lead to arrests'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Darlington and Stockton Times

    THE head of the Claudia Lawrence investigation says he is confident detectives' current lines of inquiry will lead to arrests, as a fresh search was conducted outside her home. Teams of specialist officers and a dog unit today searched the alley behind Claudia Lawrence's home in Heworth Road, York, after a fresh lead caused them to believe it may be "significant" to the inquiry.

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  20. U of I gets part of $14M in USDA grants for rural researchRead the original story w/Photo

    May 6, 2010 | WAND-TV Decatur

    The University of Illinois will share in part of nearly $14 million in USDA grants for rural research programs. The U.S. Department of Agriculture's National Institute of Food and Agriculture announced the grants today.

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