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  1. Fried Chicken Fest day two weather: Hot with a chance of thunderstormsRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | NOLA.com

    The National Weather Service predicts highs to be in the upper 80s Sunday , but with a heat index of up to 91 degrees and a chance of thunderstorms, Fried Chicken Festival goers might want to take advantage of the shade and bring their umbrellas. During festival hours, between 11 a.m. and 8 p.m., the forecast calls for a steady 30 percent to 50 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms.

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  2. Merco SpaghettiRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Sun-Star

    ... with tables already set with red charger plates (those huge plates that are not to be used as plates but top put your food plate on). It's quaint. I had my eyes (and tummy) set on spaghetti that is just like Merco's. (Joanna's is owned by a ...

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  3. First nursing class at Carthage ready for clinicalsRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Kenosha News

    Nursing students at Carthage College read the Professional Pledge after receiving their white coats during a ceremony Saturday at the school. All in the family: Samantha Nichols, left, poses with her mother Melinda Nichols and her grandmother Bonnie Vagnon.

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  4. Q&A: Timberwolves 7-footer Justin PattonRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Star Tribune

    Justin Patton, a 7-foot center, was acquired by the Wolves on draft night. He is recovering from a broken foot.

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  5. Community Days continues to take over Newton TownshipRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | Whiznews.com

    Community Days used to be a staple in the township, but eight years ago it just went away. Now the community has rallied together to bring the fun back.

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  6. Recipe: Stewed Tomato Chickpeas in Med BowlRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | GlobalNews

    Katie Ruddell, owner of new vegan restaurant Kokomo, unveils a dish from her their fall menu. The stewed tomato chickpea recipe, served in a macro bowl, is healthy and filling comfort food perfect for the cooler days ahead.

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  7. Look who won the 'Lil Baby Goober' Pageant at the Bluffton Boiled Peanut FestivalRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | The Island Packet

    The competition was fiercely cute, but Bluffton's Marilyn Peluso, 2, -- daughter of Desiree and Daniel Peluso -- came out the winner of the Bluffton Peanut Festival's 'Lil Baby Goober' contest. The competition was fiercely cute, but Bluffton's Marilyn Peluso, 2, -- daughter of Desiree and Daniel Peluso -- came out the winner of the Bluffton Peanut Festival's 'Lil Baby Goober' contest.

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  8. Bluffton comes together to celebrate the boiled peanutRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | The Island Packet

    The competition was fiercely cute, but Bluffton's Marilyn Peluso, 2, -- daughter of Desiree and Daniel Peluso -- came out the winner of the Bluffton Peanut Festival's 'Lil Baby Goober' contest. The competition was fiercely cute, but Bluffton's Marilyn Peluso, 2, -- daughter of Desiree and Daniel Peluso -- came out the winner of the Bluffton Peanut Festival's 'Lil Baby Goober' contest.

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  9. US first lady to Invictus athletes: a oeBring home the goldaRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | Medincine Hat News

    U.S. first lady Melania Trump on Saturday encouraged the American team participating in an Olympic-style competition for wounded service members and veterans to take their "fighting spirit" and "bring home the gold." "On behalf of my husband and our entire country, I want to thank you and your families for all you have sacrificed to keep us safe," she said at a reception at a downtown Toronto hotel for the nearly 100 U.S. athletes competing in the Invictus Games, a creation of Britain's Prince Harry.

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  10. Q&A: State of healthRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Examiner

    FOOD SECURITY: 'We've got the best food in the land but we've got the worst health outcomes.' Picture: Carly Dolan SANDRA MURRAY: I've been a dietitian for 30 years.

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  11. A bird song worth $11 billionRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Daily Monitor

    A new day starts with a song, one that is worth more than $11b, according to Stephen Asiimwe, the executive director of Uganda Tourism Board. And the pricey beat is a song of a bird.

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  12. Aldrine Nsubuga not cowed by the passion fruit virusRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Daily Monitor

    Until one month ago, renown marketer and sports enthusiast Aldrine Nsubuga was making money from his two-acre passion fruit farm in Kiboga, only for the deadly woodiness virus to set in. Nsubuga, the StarTimes marketing manager, ventured into passion fruit farming one and half years ago as part of his retirement plan.

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  13. Why every school needs a gardenRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | Daily Monitor

    Edward Mukiibi, the vice-president of Slow Food International, has written in a book titled: Uganda from Earth to Table that Uganda is the richest among East African countries in terms of biodiversity and that it is one of the countries with the most diverse foods in the world. "The truth is that a vote of thanks is owed to the local, traditional and indigenous food species and the great caretaking skills shown by the small-scale peasant and artisan producers, practicing traditional farming systems in different regions of the country," reads a part of his message.

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  14. Experts tip farmers on cocoa growingRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Daily Monitor

    Many of us not only love our chocolate but crave it. So it comes as no surprise that the National Coffee Research Institute , in Kituza is urging farmers to supplement their coffee gardens with cocoa farming.

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  15. Why should I mulch my vegetable garden?Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Daily Monitor

    We need to know that weeds compete with vegetables for water, nutrients and light. They also often harbour insects and diseases.

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  16. My junk food choices haunted me on the examination tableRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Daily Monitor

    ... telling me the purpose of every gadget he picks. But no smile can remove the glare of the consequences of being a junk food fiend. The readings of my body mass index (BMI), body fat, visceral fat (fat in the abdomen), and blood pressure are all ...

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  17. MSP Airport retail presents challenges, rewardsRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Star Tribune

    ... travelers to the airport a tad earlier than usual, and woo those on layovers from their gates to buy more than fast food, bottles of water, magazines and souvenirs. With some 37 million passengers annually, MSP is the nation's 16th-busiest airport - ...

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  18. 101-year-old Max 'still runs the show' on his Queensland cattle propertyRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | ABC News

    But a Central Queensland farmer, who is still working and expanding his cattle operation at 101 years of age, may have put a wrinkle in the statistics. Timber wages paid for his first farm and he now has 14 cattle grazing blocks around the Monto area - totalling 10,000 hectares.

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  19. Foundations drill down into oral healthRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Star Tribune

    Brown County Public Health Nurse Teresa Severson, a member of the Early Childhood Dental Network, makes a "tooth fairy" visit to a local preschool to talk about good oral health. Source: Southern Minnesota Initiative Foundation ORG XMIT: _KAGN9r59hXNlIfDoIuc Several philanthropies are pouring millions of dollars into dental care for working class and low-income Minnesota families, seeking to give poor kids the kind of healthy smile that will boost self-esteem and ease entry into the workforce.

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  20. City Talk: Bull Street Taco brings fresh, simple menu to Thomas Square areaRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | SavannahNow

    ... hearty ingredients like beans and a fried egg in addition to the sausage and jasmine rice. As much as I've enjoyed the food so far, I suspect the menu will get even better as Bull Street Taco settles in for the long haul. Located at 1608 Bull St., ...

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