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Why is a horse at a Metra train station?

May 13, 2014
At Chicago’s LaSalle Street Metra train station (This horse is on the east side of Financial Place between Congress Parkway and Van Buren Street.) there is a horse. No one has ridden this equine. Could it be because...
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Gov. Dayton, DFL ignore transportation crisis

May 4, 2014
One thing that hasn't gotten Gov. Dayton's attention is the transportation crisis. It hasn't gotten the DFL legislature's attention, either. Unfortunately, it's gotten the attention of motorists dealing with what...
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Fleets burning clean

April 16, 2014
The Alliance AutoGas Member meeting heated up Atlanta the morning of April 14, 2014 after the NPGA Southeast Expo and Conference at the Georgia World Congress Center located in Atlanta, Georgia with 90+ attendees. Members ranged from all over...
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Impoverished Elders

March 7, 2014
Caregivers and the elderly are often viewed as retired to their ‘Golden Years’. This article will look at those ‘Golden Years’ for many.Our country’s economic pitfall may have been hard on...
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Road conversions work flat in Kearny Mesa

March 1, 2014
Car drivers will squeeze in spaces on the Kearny Mesa roads near the 163 and 52 freeways for years to come. Plans to build a six lane primary arterial road on Kearny Villa Road, and 4 lane collector streets, have...
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