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  1. Mountainbreeze Announces New Product Release- Ceylon CinnamonRead the original story

    10 hrs ago |

    Westendorf, Tirol -- Mountainbreeze is going viral with their new product release of Ceylon Cinnamon which is currently available on the giant retailer This product release has caused great interest in many customers flooding the site to stock up on their cinnamon purchases in efforts of getting ready for the holiday baking season.


  2. Both sides of No. 4 have similar interestsRead the original story w/Photo

    24 min ago | The Courier

    The battle over Issue No. 4 on Arkansas general election ballots, at least in financing the campaign messages, is between those who would like to sell alcoholic beverages and those who would like to continue selling alcoholic beverages.


  3. Frozen merchandising iceberg shows no signs of meltingRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago |

    Elsa the Snow Queen, voiced by Maia Mitchell. Frozen costumes are a hot item for Halloween.


  4. Proposed amendment oneRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 18 | KNOE-TV Monroe

    Currently certain healthcare providers for the elderly and disabled, including nursing homes and specialty pharmacies, pay a tax that goes into a trust fund. This trust fund is matched by the federal government and granted back to the state through the medicaid program.


  5. What we can learn from a Royals pennant - probably not muchRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Royals Review

    Everyone is using this Royals run to validate some philosophy. But what does a Royals pennant mean? The stat community hashes it out.


  6. Vote - yes' on Measure 7Read the original story

    Yesterday | Minot Daily News

    On one hand, many of the traditionalists continue to support the idea of pharmacies being owned and run by North Dakota locals. On the other hand, many support the idea of competition and, in theory, lower prices.


  7. Williston still has homeless, transient populationRead the original story

    Saturday | Washington Times

    There were no vacant apartments, houses or hotel rooms. The Walmart parking lot was flooded with homeless men and women sleeping in their trucks, eager to benefit from the oil.


  8. Elections focus on local issues, economyRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 18 | Star Tribune

    Candidates across the county are focused on finding ways to attract development and jobs and expand tax bases in the postrecession marketplace. Four years ago, Washington County, like the rest of the country, was still reeling from the effects of the Great Recession.


  9. Ukiah council candidates field more questionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Ukiah Daily Journal

    Justine Frederiksen-Ukiah Daily Journal John Johns, left, listens as another candidate answers a question. In the background, timekeeper Bonnie Carter advises the speaker he has 10 seconds left.


  10. Editorial roundup: Excerpts from recent editorials in newspapers in the United States and abroadRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Farmington Daily Times

    In the mid-1990s, HBO made a strategic decision to invest more in original programming and make it the network's selling point, as opposed to the second-run movies that dominated its lineup in the early years. That programming - from "The Sopranos" and "Six Feet Under" to "True Detective" and "Game of Thrones" - not only won HBO millions of new subscribers, but blazed a trail for the likes of FX and AMC to follow, ushering in a new golden age of television.


  11. Reports Shed Light on Backers of Wet, Dry Groups in ArkansasRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 19, 2014 |

    Ballot question committees have spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on wet-dry county battles across the state as the deadline for signatures and the all-important November election loom.


  12. Post facto, Obama acts to protect U.S. financial sector after devastating attacksRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | VentureBeat

    After the biggest and most prolonged period of hacking breaches against America's biggest banks, retail giants, and food chains starting over the summer and continuing nearly unabated to the present, President Obama signed an executive order to protect U.S. financial payment systems Friday. Obama signed an order that will enhance security features for government credit and debit cards with microchips, as opposed to the standard PIN and magnetic strip safety features most U.S. banks use on cards.


  13. Idina Menzela s Voice Might Just Be Too Big for Holiday CarolsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Vanity Fair

    Vox had an interesting post this week on the subject of "Christmas creep." The phenomenon is not particularly new, but was accelerated by the 2008 crash, so if you think your Santa Claustrophobia has gotten worse in the last few years, it probably has.


  14. Thoughts from the ammo lineRead the original story

    Friday Oct 17 | Power Line

    Any shooter who hasn't been in a medically-induced coma for the last two years knows that .22 ammo has been scarcer than functional hard-drives at the IRS. Given the title of my Friday guest column and my "handle," you can guess that I am known around my Dusty Little Village in Arizona for being keenly interested in accumulating ammo.


  15. License to sellRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 |

    Last week the Chico City Council approved an off-site beer and wine license at Gojo Market on Nord Avenue, an area already oversaturated by alcohol sales and in the heart of the student neighborhood. In May of last year, Charanjiv Singh was sure he'd soon be out of business.


  16. Village of New Minas concerned with proposed fire response changesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 15 | Nova News Now

    Village Commission chairman Dave Chaulk has written a letter to Kings County council, copied to the chief administrator, the Minister of Municipal Affairs and the Nova Scotia fire marshal, in regard to ongoing issues with fire districts in New Minas and surrounding communities. "There are a number of concerns," Chaulk said.


  17. Your Google Glasses Might Make You Hallucinate a LittleRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 15 | New York Magazine

    Over the last couple days, Intelligencer and other outlets have highlighted the story of what appears to be the first - or one of the first - documented instances of Google Glass addiction: According to a case study in the journal Addictive Behaviors , a 31-year-old member of the armed forces who had to give up his Glass during treatment for a drinking problem "exhibited significant frustration and irritability related to not being able to use his Google Glass ... He reported that if he had been prevented from wearing the device while at work, he would become extremely irritable and argumentative."


  18. Macy's To Cut Workers' Thanksgiving Dinner ShortRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 15 | ThinkProgress

    On Tuesday, Macy's became the first major retailer to announce its Thanksgiving operating hours. The department store will open its doors at 6 p.m. nationwide - the second year in a row the chain will open on the federal holiday.


  19. Letters to the Editor: October 15, 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 15 |

    The article suggests Mercury News executive editor Jerry Ceppos threw Gary Webb under the bus, but the truth is more complex than that. At the time, in the Albion Monitor I paraphrased Ceppos' editorial thus: "Look, this was an extremely important story, but it was also complex and involved staggering amounts of information.


  20. Missouri still fighting for justice after Michael Brown's deathRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 15 | Dear Kitty

    Around 75 protesters blocked the entrance to Steve Stenger 's office in Ferguson on Monday, with a fundraiser for the Democrat Councilman taking place at the time of the protest. Spontaneous actions took place in front of and inside various buildings throughout Ferguson on 'Moral Monday,' with predominantly small groups opposed to police brutality chanting and marching through the streets.