Games Newswire (Page 10)

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  1. No school? Here are some summer diversionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Union Democrat

    ... summer. A summer recreation program featuring arts and crafts, outdoor activities, special guests, sports and group games during morning and afternoon classes will run from June 19 to Aug. 3. Fencing coach and 40-year veteran of the sport Gary ...

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  2. Aristocrat hits first-half jackpot in USRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Sydney Morning Herald

    Aristocrat Leisure's growth in the United States gaming machines market has helped it beat expectations with a strong rise in first-half profit. The poker machine maker's net profit rose 57 per cent to $250 million in the six months to March 31 with revenue up 22 per cent to $1.23 billion.

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  3. The world's worst blackjack player?Read the original story

    Wednesday | RGT Online

    ... on my face! ANSWER: A few months ago, I let reel slot players have their say on why they still love the old-style games, and some said the video slots felt more like entertainment and not real gambling. That irritated some video slot players, ...

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  4. Stroke Awareness Month continues to hightlight importance of educationRead the original story

    Wednesday | Valley Morning Star

    As May serving as Stroke Awareness Month continues, Valley Baptist Health System is encouraging the community to learn more about the signs, symptoms and treatment of stroke.

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  5. Man charged in girlfriend's deathRead the original story

    Wednesday | The Brownsville Herald

    At home, her family prayed, holding out hope the 49-year-old ex-Marine was somewhere safe. Then on Tuesday, authorities pulled a body out of DeltaLake.

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  6. Project to pick up, recycle dumped tiresRead the original story

    Wednesday | The Brownsville Herald

    Hidalgo County has joined in a regional effort to address the illegal dumping of tires, according to a news release. County commissioners approved an interlocal agreement with the Lower Rio Grande Valley Development Council last week that targets tire dumping throughout the Valley.

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  7. City to hold Hurricane Awareness FairRead the original story

    Wednesday | The Brownsville Herald

    With the start of hurricane season just around the corner, City of Brownsville officials want to make sure people are prepared in case of a disaster. The City of Brownsville will host its annual Hurricane Awareness Fair at 5:30 p.m. today at the Brownsville Public Library on Central Boulevard.

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  8. Payday lending battle is ongoing; Valley legislators vote against local regulation of industryRead the original story

    Wednesday | The Brownsville Herald

    The push to preempt the right of Brownsville and other Texas communities to regulate payday and auto-title lending via the so-called "Uniform Ordinance" may have spent itself this legislation session, but expect the fight to be taken up again next session.

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  9. Brownsville celebrates Older Americans MonthRead the original story

    Wednesday | The Brownsville Herald

    Imagine being able to live to be in your 90s or even 100s. Seeing children, grandchildren and maybe even great-grandchildren grow up is something most people strive to see.

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  10. Spicy Skittles and spicy Starburst are a thing and it's happeningRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | SFGate

    Then: Lemonheads date back to 1962. Ferrara Pan Candy Company excited children's mouths with fiery Red Hots and decided its next product would tickle taste buds with an intensely sour taste.

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  11. Ricardo Rodriguez hammering wood pegs into the boot.Read the original story

    Wednesday | Valley Morning Star

    One aspect that separates the city of Mercedes from other small towns in America is its long history of boot making.

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  12. Texas Valley Citrus Committee seeking new membersRead the original story

    Wednesday | Valley Morning Star

    "The TVCC plays an important role in ensuring producers and handlers get the best price for their products," Ted Prukop, TVCC manager, said in a release.

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  13. Downtown showcase set to view available propertiesRead the original story

    Wednesday | Valley Morning Star

    Living and commercial properties available for sale or lease in the historic downtown area will be featured in a tour linked with National Preservation Month.

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  14. Residents dispute loss of parking space on public streetRead the original story

    Wednesday | Valley Morning Star

    The sign prohibits the public from parking there without a special permit in an effort to help elderly or disabled residents.

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  15. Snyder: Splish, splash! Ita s time for summer funRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Kenosha News

    ... which includes the class and a glass of beer or wine. All experience levels are welcome; bring a yoga mat. - Fun and games: You can check out soccer balls, footballs, baggo, checkers, chess, cribbage boards and cards - and bring your own, too. Here ...

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  16. School trustees approve pay raisesRead the original story

    Wednesday | Valley Morning Star

    Last night, the San Benito school board came together in a special workshop to discuss the district's future compensation plan.

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  17. Body of missing Raymondville woman recovered from Delta LakeRead the original story

    Wednesday | Valley Morning Star

    At the family's home, Anita Conde said a Texas Ranger was expected to meet with her family yesterday afternoon to discuss her sister's case.

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  18. Abbott enlists aid of school districts to fight Zika virusRead the original story

    Wednesday | Valley Morning Star

    As the school year draws to a close and mosquito season begins in earnest, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott is enlisting the aid of school districts across the state to educate students and their families about the Zika virus.

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  19. 'TUF 25' Recap: Episode 6Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Sherdog

    Julian Lane will be fighting later in this episode and everything begins with him bragging to the cameras about how lethal his hands are and how sick his guillotine is. Coach Cody Garbrandt says that he's known Lane for years, dating back to when they used to fight on the same amateur cards back in Ohio.

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  20. Aristocrat Leisure beats expectationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Age

    ... compared to the prior period. The group's digital social gaming business, which includes the Heart of Vegas suite of games and Cashman Casino, also reported strong growth as did its international Las Vegas style slot machines business. Aristocrat ...

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