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  1. Hansen: Arizona Wildcats fans licking their chops over top-5 matchupRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sequoyah County Times

    Michael Wright helped the UA to a number of key wins in his career. In 2001, one of the best games in Pac-12 history, his short jumper sank No.


  2. N.J. man allegedly advertised heroin for sale on CraigslistRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | NJ.com

    FAIRFIELD -- A Hoboken man used Craigslist to advertise heroin for sale and was arrested after he arranged a drug deal with an undercover detective in Fairfield, authorities said Friday. Renfro allegedly advertised heroin with posts on the online classifieds website that promised "Super Fire Dogfood Dope-$60," according to Fairfield police Chief Anthony Manna.


  3. Media Industry Experts Say Toronto's Seecows Inc. to Become the Next...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | SBWire

    Toronto mobile startup company called Seecows Inc. has just partnered with some of the best Toronto's biggest local businesses such as; Cara Foods, Pizza Pizza, and Mr. Sub among others and is now offering free local distribution of deals and special offers to local businesses and without requiring any pre-payment from users to save, use and redeem these businesses deals and special offers on Seecows. Seecows Inc., was recently called by one of the world's leading business experts, Dan Sullivan of Strategic Coach, as "a real game changer" and "a fundamental breakthrough".


  4. Home owner hopes to reunite lost horse with ownerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | WMBF

    A male gelding horse wandered onto Kim Currow-Miller's property Saturday, Feb 18 2017 in Loris off Southern Crest Drive. LORIS, SC A male gelding horse wandered onto Kim Currow-Miller's property Saturday, Feb. 18, 2017 in Loris off Southern Crest Drive.


  5. Cutting out the 'cowboys': Let's get serious on botanical adulterationRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 23 | NutraIngredients

    Industry, trade associations, legislators and law enforcement all need to play a bigger role in cleaning up the botanical and herbal supplements industry - and it needs to start now, with joined up thinking, more inclusive certifications and harsher penalties. One of the most read articles on NutraIngredients this month is an article I recently wrote after research highlighted the 'hidden dangers' of botanical and herbal supplements - which often claim to be 'natural', but are semi-regularly busted because they are found to contain banned substances and active ingredients that should not be there.


  6. The Man Behind Blinking White Guy Is Just Happy To Be HereRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 23 | Kotaku

    Drew Scanlon is a video producer at Giant Bomb . He's also a blinking white guy and the face attached to thousands of social media posts and jokes.


  7. TeamDev with EIT Digital for the First Time at Tech'Innov in ParisRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 23 | PR.com

    Paris, France, February 23, 2017 -- -- "Digital Innovation." - These are the keywords about biggest B2B event in France for innovation professionals which we celebrate this year the 11th edition.


  8. Get ready for Pepperell's Town Wide Yard SaleRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 23 | Townsend Times

    This year's annual Town Wide Yard Sale and Used Bike Sale event will take place on Saturday, April 29, rain or shine. Bike donations will be accepted once the snow melts.


  9. Eureka City Council reviews possible rental programRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 21 | Times-Standard

    The Eureka City Council heard the first proposals for a new rental program that will use funds generated from $100 rental permits to cover the expense of code inspections. “The goal of this program is to improve the health and livability of Eureka,” Heidi Benzonelli, director of the Westside Community Building Initiative Program, said.


  10. Homeward bound: Ziggy's storyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 21 | Murfreesboro Post

    "That's the picture that went viral. Within just a few hours, it had been shared 466 times," says Hill.


  11. 5 Ways Teachers Can Earn Extra MoneyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 21 | Natl. Relocation & Real Estate

    The average salary for K-12 teachers is about $45,000 per year, according to PayScale . That can leave some teachers looking for extra work outside of school.


  12. Warm Showers and Cold BeerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 21 | The Weekly Standard

    During a recent break home from school, a friend and I biked the east coast of Florida. Leaving our car in a Wendy's parking lot, we began in St. Mary's, a town straddling the Georgia border, and in eight days traveled 650 miles to reach Key West, the end of the panhandle and the southernmost point of the United States.


  13. Southern Vermont ramping up FPF connectionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 20 | Ghost of Midnight

    "I was introduced to Front Porch Forum while living in northern VT it was used for everything! Rental property, yard sales, items for sale/free, local employment and even loose chickens! I have bought and sold items, found childcare and a place to live all through FPF! No more scam-filled Craigslist. This is such an incredible resource for our community, if only people would start using it more in southern Vermont.


  14. Review: Brad Stone's Lively 'The Upstarts'...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 20 | The Local Onliner

    Uber and Airbnb have radically impacted taxis/car rental, hotels and vacation rentals. If they have their way, they'll soon be disrupting a whole new set of adjacent local industries, including food delivery, local tours and "experiences."


  15. What Do You Know ... About Animal Accidents?Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 18 | The Atlantic

    Can you remember the key facts? Find the answers to this week's questions in the articles linked above-or go ahead and test your memory now: In this week's Atlantic coverage, our writers explored women's war on body hair , the threats to bumblebees' survival , Americans' financial instability , the new rhetoric of climate-change denial , Ruth Bader Ginsburg's career advice , and more.


  16. Swappa: Reviewing This Online Sale Of Used Phones & TabletsRead the original story

    Saturday Feb 18 | TechWhack

    Online shopping certainly makes buying devices and gadgets a whole lot faster and easier. With thousands of online stores at your fingertips, there likewise comes the power to browse thousands of devices in rapid time.


  17. CHILDREN '4 SALE': Behind website's sordid sex marketRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 16 | NEWS.com.au

    THE layout of Backpage.com is as basic as it gets but behind the bland black and blue text is a sophisticated operation. What at face value appears to be a website trapped in the 1990s is in fact leaps and bounds ahead of those chasing it.


  18. Craigslist users in South Carolina want to cash in on President Donald Trump's visitRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 17 | Post and Courier

    This unique pinata in President Donald Trump's likeness is for sale on Craigslist for $299 in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. This unique pinata in President Donald Trump's likeness is for sale on Craigslist for $299 in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.


  19. 8 Reasons to Work in RetirementRead the original story

    Friday Feb 17 | US News & World Report

    Some people work in retirement because they need the money to pay their bills. But most working retirees enjoy a variety of other benefits including opportunities to socialize, a reason to stay mentally and physically active and a chance to feel like a vital part of a community or organization, according to a Merrill Lynch and Age Wave survey of 4,854 people.


  20. Fake alerts of document checks spread in N.J. immigrant communitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 16 | The Jersey Journal

    EDISON -- Fake alerts of document checks have led to confusion in New Jersey communities as the news of federal agents detaining unauthorized immigrants reverberates across the country. In Edison, an alert has made its rounds in the local online community warning of authorities asking for identification as people entered and exited two Indian grocery stores on Oak Tree Road.