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She arrived at Portland International Airport on a warm summer evening, dreaming of craft beer, long hikes and the good company she was about to... [Read More]
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Joseph Shewey had never been able to walk on his own. Born with a form of cerebral palsy, the nonverbal 4-year-old had to cling to... [Read More]
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Ever heard of Cream Can Junction? It's too small to be a "real town," but it's on the map, in the far southeast corner of... [Read More]
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The scar on his forehead was the first thing Nick Kirby noticed when looking in a bathroom mirror in late June. He was in Primary... [Read More]
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With both feet planted firmly so as not to slip and tumble down into the clouds, Hugo Benitez glanced over his shoulder, down to the... [Read More]
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Levon Lyles never seems to stop moving. It's Thursday night at the Street Fraternity and the Packers-Bears game is on the big screen. About 50... [Read More]
It's a busy year, but a bear-able year so far, for Nanci Limbach's wildlife rehabilitation center southwest of Silt, where bringing up young bruins and... [Read More]
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Littleton students touched by recent teen suicides met this month to eat pancakes, play volleyball and soccer and delete every social media app from their... [Read More]
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When Caleb's Clubhouse executive director Shannon Schmidt's oldest son, Caleb, was diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder at the age of 2 1/2, she and her... [Read More]
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In a game featuring two of the top passers in the NPSL, the Highlanders pick up the key win over Kennedy Catholic by handing off. [Read More]
For Keiaudre Cannon, Homework Club isn't just a place to do homework. It's a safe place, filled with friends and helpful instructors. "I love it,"... [Read More]
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Tammi Craig thinks she is "small beans" when it comes to her animal rescue work with Gunners Run Rescue. Tucked away in Ruma, Craig said... [Read More]
The Stateline Area's biggest Roy Rogers and Dale Evans fan is hanging up his cowboy boots and saying "happy trails" to his vast Western collection.... [Read More]
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Every day, twice a day, Arnetta Griffin arrives on 22nd Avenue in Uptown, and every day her regulars are waiting. "She's a saint; I'm not... [Read More]
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For Brandon Oreskovich, heading into drug court was the only option after his second DWI arrest. "For some people, I would say going to jail... [Read More]
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When it came time to sell Beanie's at Maui's Landing... [Read More]
Mail delivery has a rhythm. And along with the thwack, thwack, thwack as envelopes hit the mail slots, the start and stop of the postal... [Read More]
The fight over Costco's chicken processing operation... [Read More]
Once the nation's leading oats producer, Iowa growers now struggle to find markets for the crop. That's the dilemma Earl Canfield faced three years ago:... [Read More]
One by one, four women positioned their bare feet on yoga mats around the drab-carpeted, makeshift studio in downtown Davenport. "We'll start in the Mountain... [Read More]
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