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Waltham calendar (The Daily News Tribune)
EARTH DAY Waltham''s 2005 Earth Day Celebration will take place Saturday, April 30, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Prospect Hill Park, Totten Pond Road, and will commemorate the 35th anniversary of Earth Day. Festivities will include environmental awareness information and exhibits, children''s activities, nature walks, music, food booths and other fun activities for the whole family.
Transition Underway at Hopeless Dairy (Midwest Messenger)
Cal and Lena Keepers are making sure their Taylor County farm operation doesn''t live up to its name - Hopeless Dairy. They''ve been make tough decisions to reposition their operation for the future - not just their own but their son and daughter-in-law, too.
Child abuse investigators often rely on personal judgment. Acting as government agents, they decide whether preserving less-than-idyllic families -- well-meaning but addicted mothers, physically present but uninvolved fathers, malnourished children begging to remain at home -- should prevail over placing kids in foster care.
Steinbeck Theme (South Bay News)
OFFICER HONORED â€“ Oyster Bay Town Supervisor John Venditto (third from left) presents a citation to retiring Police Officer Allen Unterweiser of Massapequa, who was the second vice president of the Nassau PBA from 1988 until his retirement.
Governor''s election lawsuit buries parties in debt (Seattle Times)
The lawsuit over the governor''s election has cost the state''s two major political parties more than $4 million combined, leaving both sides...
''My father served Britain. He gave his best years. But who will speak for him and those like him?'' (Telegraph.co.uk)
When her father, a war hero, suffered a stroke, Annette Campbell-White believed that the NHS would offer him its best care. Instead, in a devastating indictment of bureaucracy and ineptitude within the health service, she describes his undignified death and her anger over the Government''s unfulfilled promises on health.
School projects chug along (The Examiner)
Construction and renovation projects are on schedule at several Blue Springs schools. Deputy Superintendent Ted Lewman told the Board of Education on Monday that the areas for additions at Cordill-Mason and James Walker elementary schools have already been prepared for footings.
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How it works (Zanesville Times Recorder)
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week (Santa Barbara Independent)
Listings submission deadline is noon Tuesday for the following week''s issue. Listings may be edited to meet space limitations.