New York Daily News
Trading work for workouts is a smart move
You can pay your way in to a number of New York studios by joining their cleanup crew.
The Hastings Tribune
Little Blue River expected to be out of banks
Steady to heavy rainfall and thunderstorms Wednesday evening and overnight added some more to the running moisture totals for Tribland.
Flooding in York
Monday night, reports of four to six inches of rain led to massive overflow of small creeks and rivers, like Beaver Creek, which used to be just a few feet wide.
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Rock Hill Herald
Why are arrests for pot still going up?
Even the most ardent drug legalization opponents are beginning to view drug use through the lens of public health, rather than criminal justice.
The Washington Post
The share of arrests for marijuana possession has more than tripled since 1991
Skyrocketing incarceration rates for nonviolent drug offenders have come to symbolize the futility of the national "war on drugs."
Graycliff Partners Announces Mezzanine Investment in Fairway Building Products
Graycliff invested subordinated debt and equity financing in support of the purchase of a controlling stake in the Company by Argosy Private Equity.
Central Valley Ag Coop and United Coop (NE) Member-Owners Approve Merger
York, NE-The Board of Directors of Central Valley Ag Cooperative and United Farmers Cooperative met July 1 to ratify the votes cast by their respective member-owners approving the merger of the two companies effective September 1, 2014.