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  • October Regional and State Unemployment
    State Employment Improves In October
    Yesterday the Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) released the Regional and State Employment and Unemployment Summary on national data collected during October 2014. Each month this government agency reports on each state's...
  • Legalization of Cannabis
    Marijuana: Not so green after all
    The push to legalize marijuana for medicinal and recreational purposes has created an unexpected and unprecedented environmental issue. If legislators are not proactive, we could end up with severe ecological damage in areas where marijuana is...
  • Parliamentary session fails miserably
    Parliamentary session concerning new Iraqi government fails
    It has become apparent that the formation of a new Iraqi government will not come to fruition in the very near future. The first parliamentary session failed miserably, before even reaching the two hour mark, when minority Kurds and Sunnis made a...
  • Marital status
    Marital status
    Who was the woman at the well from John 4:16-18? Prejudiced opinions seem overly anxious to paint her as either an immoral woman or an innocent victim. Either extreme reads more into the text than it says. She had had five husbands. Whether...
  • Rauner and Truax are best bets
    GOP's Best Bets are Rauner and Truax
    Most everyone knows the sorry state of Illinois: runaway deficits, billions behind paying its bills, high unemployment, public employee pensions that are as much as $150 billion in the hole, high taxes, rampant corruption. Shall I continue?Anyway,...
  • Public invited to attend State of City Address Wednesday at City Hall
    Public invited to attend State of City Address Wednesday at City Hall
    The public to attend Dearborn's annual State of the City Address at 7 p.m. tomorrow at Dearborn City Hall, 13615 Michigan Ave.Those unable to attend Wednesday evening may watch the tape-delayed broadcast of the address on CDTV round-the-clock...
  • Dennis Richardson
    Coming elections need your vote
    This year will bring a lot of action on every level from cities, counties, the state and federal arenas.Every election is important and needs careful consideration, but often voters sit back and let other people do the work. In Oregon it is...
  • State tax refund
    4 ways to get your State tax refund faster for 2013, 2014
    There is nothing worse than knowing you have a state income tax refund on the way, but having no idea out when to expect it. While you may not be able to get an exact date or time as to when you will receive your state income tax refund, there are...
  • Keystone State shipwreck: Shipwreck hunter finds 152-year-old ship in Lake Huron
    Keystone State shipwreck: Shipwreck hunter finds 152-year-old ship in Lake Huron
    The recently discoveredKeystone State shipwreckis causing quite a stir among historians and treasure hunters alike because the shipwreck is believed to contain a secret cargo load of gold and war materials. David Trotter, a 72-year-old veteran...
  • AZ State Fair concerts
    Nightlife at the Arizona State Fair
    Every year, the Arizona State Fair opens up at the Fairgrounds, that little dustbowl adjacent to one of the craziest intersections in the city of Phoenix. In addition to the rides, games, shopping, exhibits, and of course the fried foods - there...
  • "James and Ernie" Comedians
    'James and Ernie' to perform at 'New Mexico State Fair' Friday Sept 13.
    The 2013 “New Mexico State Fair” runs from Wednesday Sept. 11 through Sunday Sept. 22, 2013 at the fairgrounds in Albuquerque, N.M. The weather forecast for Friday Sept. 13 is cloudy with 70% chance of rain at 72 degees. General...
  • Texas sued: U.S. Justice Department sues state over voter ID law
    Texas sued: U.S. Justice Department sues state over voter ID law
    Texas sued by the United States Justice Department over its voter ID law. Many minority groups claim that the law is discriminatory. According to WebProNews on August 23, 2013, the U.S. Government is concerned about the suppression of voter rights...
  • The Scenery Rocks
    Hiking San Joaquin River Trail
    One is fortunate living in Fresno that the San Joaquin River Trail is so close. This provides one with the opportunity to enjoy a beautiful hike, see some amazing scenery, and get exercise all at the same time. It is really quite amazing. An added...
  • Todd Rundgren plays the Canyon Club
    Todd Rundgren’s state of mind expressed at Los Angeles area concert
    Reported from Los Angeles by Phyllis PollackTodd Rundgren’s July 11 concert at Agoura’s Canyon Club left no true Rundgren fan surprised. Promoting his 24th studio album State, the multi-instrumentalist only enlisted fellow accomplices...
  • Prerequisite for right answers...
    Data vs. Database - Semantics or Evasion?
    Data vs. Database – Semantics or EvasionMillions of Americans, apparently all subject to intrusive government/state monitoring that does not really exist because we are officially told it does not, watched the recent committee hearings on C...