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  1. Indiana extends public health emergency in Scott CountyRead the original story

    21 hrs ago | Washington Times

    Indiana has extended for another year the public health emergency declaration in the rural county at the center of an HIV outbreak that spurred a state law allowing needle-exchange programs. State Health Commissioner Dr. Jerome Adams extended the declaration in Scott County through May 24, 2017.

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  2. Dixie Chicks adding 9 more dates to U.S. tourRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Washington Times

    The band announced on Monday that nine more dates in September are being added to their DCX MMXVI Tour, including stops in Louisville, Kentucky; Green Bay, Wisconsin; and New Orleans. The Grammy-winning country group starts the tour on June 1 in Cincinnati and wraps on Oct. 10 at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles.

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  3. Artistic Hutchinson man navigates life with autism disorderRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 28 | Washington Times

    His eyes rose from the cube to look into the eyes of those watching him, but his hands continued to rotate the rows although he wasn't looking, The Hutchinson News reports. Soon, he produced the Rubik's Cube, the puzzle completed and each side of the plastic box a solid color.

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  4. Tai chi: Movement for body, mind and spiritRead the original story

    Saturday Apr 23 | Washington Times

    Moving in synchronized slow motion, about a dozen men and women make gentle, flowing gestures with their bodies as soothing music helps create a feeling of peace and harmony. They are performing tai chi, a centuries' old mind-body practice that combines various postures and movements with mental focus, breathing and relaxation, according to the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health.

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  5. Exhibit in Lansing seeks to show people how the blind adjustRead the original story

    Sunday Apr 10 | Washington Times

    An exhibit at the Library of Michigan in Lansing seeks to show people how the blind adjust to the lack of sight. The Lansing State Journal reports the free exhibit "Child in a Strange Country" features a half-dozen stations equipped with hands-on tools like braille typing machines and raised globes stationed throughout the library rotunda.

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  6. Frank Lloyd Wright leaves mark in KentuckyRead the original story

    Saturday Apr 9 | Washington Times

    Famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright took a taxi from a luncheon in his honor at the Pendennis Club to visit the Jefferson County Courthouse at Sixth and Jefferson streets during a trip to Louisville in May 1948 to speak at the University of Louisville. At first he said if the building were associated with politics, "I won't like it," according to a front-page Courier-Journal story.

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  7. Marshall professor chronicles baseball experience in bookRead the original story

    Saturday Apr 9 | Washington Times

    When Kat Williams was growing up in a working-class family in Louisville, Kentucky, she didn't always get it right. Her clothes weren't right.

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  8. Tom Hiddleston of 'Avengers' portrays Hank Williams in 'I Saw the Light'Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 1, 2016 | Washington Times

    He lived fast, died young, left a good-looking corpse. But country legend Hank Williams ' inner life was one of tempestuousness and angst - his body finally giving up under the duress of chronic alcohol abuse in 1953 when the singer was but 29. The story of Williams ' improbable rise and dramatic fall are told in the new film "I Saw the Light," opening Friday in the District and starring Tom Hiddleston , perhaps best known to moviegoers as the villainous demigod Loki from the "Avengers" films.

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  9. a Avengersa villain Hiddleston brings Hank Williamsa ghosts to the fore in a I Saw the LightaRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 1, 2016 | Washington Times

    He lived fast, died young, left a good-looking corpse. But country legend Hank Williams' inner life was one of tempestuousness and angst - his body finally giving up under the duress of chronic alcohol abuse in 1953 when the singer was but 29. The story of Williams' improbable rise and dramatic fall are told in the new film "I Saw the Light," opening Friday in the District and starring Tom Hiddleston, perhaps best known to moviegoers as the villainous demigod Loki from the "Avengers" films.

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  10. Pence dedicates new VA clinic at Camp AtterburyRead the original story

    Mar 31, 2016 | Washington Times

    The Wakeman VA Clinic at Camp Atterbury in Edinburgh will offer primary medical care in additional to physical therapy and mental health assessments. Officials hope the new clinic will decrease the amount of travel some veterans faced to get medical care.

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  11. Hankinson, North Sargent take top honors at state archeryRead the original story

    Mar 29, 2016 | Washington Times

    Two schools from southeastern North Dakota took top honors in the recent National Archery in the Schools Program state tournament. About 530 archers competed in the event earlier this month in Minot.

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  12. The Latest: Sooners surge to 11-point lead against OregonRead the original story

    Mar 26, 2016 | Washington Times

    The Latest on the NCAA Tournament regional finals between Oregon and Oklahoma in Anaheim, California, and Kansas and Villanova in Louisville, Kentucky : Oklahoma is getting good work done on the offensive boards, and that's why the Sooners are off to a 24-13 lead. Their sixth offensive rebound in the first 12 minutes led to Jordan Woodard's 3-pointer, Oklahoma's fourth of the game.

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  13. The Latest: Elite Eight starts with Tar Heels as favoriteRead the original story

    Mar 26, 2016 | Washington Times

    The Latest on the NCAA Tournament regional finals between Oregon and Oklahoma in Anaheim, California, and Kansas and Villanova in Louisville, Kentucky : Honda Center is almost full for the afternoon tipoff between Oklahoma and Oregon, with Ducks fans slightly outnumbering the Oklahoma fans, who are still representing very well in Orange County. Player of the year candidate Buddy Hield is on the board.

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  14. The Latest: 1 vs 2 for spot Final FourRead the original story

    Mar 26, 2016 | Washington Times

    The Elite Eight begins out West, with top-seeded Oregon trying to become the first of four one seeds to make the Final Four. The Ducks face player of the year candidate Buddy Hield and No.

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  15. The Latest: Allen to Brooks: Keep your hugs to yourselfRead the original story

    Mar 24, 2016 | Washington Times

    The Latest on the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament, with games Thursday night in Anaheim, California, and Louisville, Kentucky : Maybe they'll put on a better show Saturday. There will be a pair of 1 vs. 2 games.

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  16. The Latest: Oregon moves on with 82-68 win over DukeRead the original story

    Mar 24, 2016 | Washington Times

    The Latest on the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament, with games Thursday night in Anaheim, California, and Louisville, Kentucky : Dillon Brooks scored 22 points to lift the Ducks to an 82-68 victory over the defending champs. Oregon is on the brink of its first Final Four since the Final Four began - way back in 1939.

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  17. Tipping Off: Coach K not worried about 0-4 record out WestRead the original story

    Mar 23, 2016 | Washington Times

    Now that we've caught our collective breath after the upsets and dramatic finishes of the first two rounds of the NCAA Tournament, it's time to move on to the Sweet 16. The tournament re-starts Thursday with regional semifinals in Louisville and Anaheim. Some nuggets to peruse as you pursue a path to victory in your office pool: Duke plays top-seeded Oregon in Anaheim, California, at 6:55 p.m. Pacific time.

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  18. Maryland in unfamiliar position as underdog as it faces Kansas in Sweet 16Read the original story

    Mar 22, 2016 | Washington Times

    After spending much of the college basketball season ranked in the top 10, Maryland defeated a pair of lower seeded teams last week to advance to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament. On Thursday night against Kansas, the overall top seed in the tournament, Mark Turgeon 's squad will be cast in a decidedly different role: Underdogs.

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  19. Miami plays Villanova with chance at 1st Elite Eight berthRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 21, 2016 | Washington Times

    The Miami Hurricanes leave locker room language in the locker room, because coach Jim Larranaga prohibits cursing on the court. "One of our messages is that success is based on self-discipline," Larranaga said.

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  20. Devices explode near judge's home, police office in IndianaRead the original story

    Mar 18, 2016 | Washington Times

    Two devices have exploded outside a police department and a judge's home in a southern Indiana city in less than two weeks, and investigators believe the local criminal justice system is being targeted. Madison Police Chief Dan Thurston said investigators were following leads on Friday but had no suspects following the latest explosion early Wednesday, which left black scorch marks in the driveway of Jefferson County Superior Court Judge Michael Hensley's home.

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