|Analysts: Delaying Transfer of Korean Wartime Forces Control Is Right|
By email@example.com (VOA News) U.S. military analysts welcomed the decision by Washington and Seoul to delay the transfer of wartime operational control of combined forces on the Korean peninsula. The U.S. and South Korea agreed Thursday to delay the transfer of wartime operational control from Washington to Seoul, which was scheduled to take...
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|Putin Cancer Rumors|
Richard Johnson at PAGE SIX reports that the Russian press believes Vladimir Putin has cancer. News outlets from Belarus to Poland have reported for months that the Russian strongman has cancer of the spinal cord. But my sources say it’s pancreatic cancer, one of the most lethal forms of the disease. Putin is allegedly being treated by an elderly...
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|Higgins presents Insalaco family Bronze Star Medal|
Army veteran served in the Invasion of Normandy more than 70 years ago Congressman Brian Higgins presented military medals and honors, including the Bronze Star, to the family of World War II Veteran Private First Class Samuel J. Insalaco. "For your father's bravery, commitment and sacrifices, it is truly our honor to present you with these medals...
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|Vladimir Putin in hurry to invade Ukraine over rumoured cancer fears|
It is rumoured that Russian President Vladimir Putin has cancer of the spinal cord due to which he is in a hurry to invade Ukraine. According to New York Post, Putin is allegedly being treated by a doctor from the old East Germany. The doctor has been trying different treatments that include steroid shots, which would explain Putin's puffy...
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|Veteran And Military Mom Gets Much Need Help – MyFox Philadelphia|
Veteran And Military Mom Gets Much Need Help MyFox Philadelphia Cindy McNally of Texas has given so much to others, and now, they are helping her. "It takes a warrior to raise a warrior is one of our mantras," she said. Army veteran Cindy McNally knows that first hand. "Well, I have four children serving in the … Tags: MyFox Philadelphia
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|Cancer rumors swirl around Putin|
>There is an explanation for Vladimir Putin’s hurry to invade Ukraine — it is rumored he has cancer. News outlets from Belarus to Poland have reported for months that the Russian strongman has cancer of the spinal cord. But my sources say it’s pancreatic cancer, one of the most lethal forms of the disease. >Putin is allegedly being treated by...
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|Murphy, COL Billy G. (Ret)|
COL (Ret) Billy G. Murphy KANSAS CITY, KS: COL (Ret) Billy G Murphy, 71, passed away October 21, 2014 in Kansas City, surrounded by family. Billy is survived by his wife of 51 years, Barbara Pearson Murphy; as well as daughters Dawn Bennett and Deborah Murphy, son-in-law John Bennett; grandsons Jacob Bennett, Clayton Bennett, and Murphy Hogan;...
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Ronald Pulicari Of Florida, formerly of Revere Ronald Pulicari of Daytona, Florida, formerly of Revere, died on September 23. He was the beloved husband of Rose (Pollino); cherished son of the late Mario and Josephine Pulicari; dear brother of Jean Dacey of Revere, Joseph Pulicari and his wife, Karen of Saugus and the late Mario Pulicari and is...
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|Editorial: Journal recommendations for NM House of Reps.|
This is the last of three editorials containing the Journal’s recommendations for contested Bernalillo County races in the New Mexico House of Representatives: District 26: Georgene Louis Georgene Louis says she is running for re-election to continue to address concerns about jobs, public safety, education and infrastructure for Albuquerque’s...
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|Richard C. Bishop|
DESHLER — Richard C. Bishop, 89, of Deshler, died at 8:15 a.m. Friday, October 24, 2014 at Oak Grove Healthcare Center in Deshler. He was born June 7, 1925 in Deshler to the late Wiley George and Leola (Fruchey) Bishop. He is survived by a brother: Melvin (Margaret) Bishop of Hamler; a brother-in-law: Roy Hampshire of Auburn, IN; and many nieces...
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|TOP STORY>>Davis takes on Heye|
By SARAH CAMPBELL Leader staff writer Sherwood Alderman Mary Jo Heye is facing former Alderman Butch Davis in her bid for re-election to the Ward 2, Position 1 seat. Heye said she is running for re-election because “I believe in giving back to my community that has given so much to me. And I truly see Sherwood as a diamond in the rough with so...
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|Analysts: Delaying Transfer of Korean Wartime Forces Control Is Right|
U.S. military analysts welcomed the decision by Washington and Seoul to delay the transfer of wartime operational control of combined forces on the Korean peninsula. The U.S. and South Korea agreed Thursday to delay the transfer of wartime operational control from Washington to Seoul, which was scheduled to take place in December 2015. The new...
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|UB to host Military Veteran Preview Day – UB News Center|
Deseret News UB to host Military Veteran Preview Day UB News Center The sessions will open at 8 a.m. with a continental breakfast and welcome, followed by guest speaker Army veteran Donald Herzog, UB director of sponsored projects services, at 9:25 a.m. Herzog will discuss his transition from West Point to UB. At 10 a … Veterans invited to Hero 2...
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|San Francisco inmates receive 125 computer tablets|
This week, more than 100 computer tablets were distributed to inmates at San Francisco County jails as part of a new pilot program. The tablets, which can only access a limited number of websites and applications, will cost $275,000. The program was funded through grants from the jail’s Five Keys Charter School, the San Francisco Adult Probation...
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|How a Good Man Battled Racism and Died for It…And Why We Have to...|
Historian Louis Venters reexamines the life of a forgotten African-American intellectual and religious leader, and explains why the battle for racial justice is neverending. In October 1914, when a young attorney named Alonzo Edgar Twine died—alone, starving, and broken—in the South Carolina Hospital for the Insane, his home state lost one...
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|Tommy D. Parker owner of Parker Heating and Cooling passed away...|
Tommy D. Parker of Fairfield Bay passed away October 22, 2014 at the age of 64 years. He was born May 20, 1950 in Alta, Iowa. He was the owner of Parker Heating and Cooling and a US Army Veteran. Mr. Parker was preceded in death by his father Van D. Parker. He is survived by his wife Marilyn Jessen Parker; a son Chad Parker (Polly) of...
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|Obituary: Leroy Calhoun, 91, formerly of Center|
Leroy Calhoun, 91, formerly of Center, died Oct. 16, 2014, in Gulfside Regional Hospice Center in Port Richey, Fla. He was a native of Center, Ky. He was a retired employee of Ward Engineering Co., an Army veteran of World War II, and a member of nTaylorsville Masonic Lodge #210. He was the son of the late Joe and Rosie Jewell Calhoun. He was...
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|On this day in history, Oct. 24|
In 1931, Chicago gangster boss Al Capone was given an 11-year jail sentence and fine $80,000 for tax evasion. He served eight years at Alcatraz. In 1932, American Plennie L. Wingo arrived in Istanbul, Turkey, after walking 8,000 miles backwards from California. The journey took him over a year and a half. In 1935, gangster Dutch Schultz was gunned...
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