Saturday, 25 October 2014


  • Brookwood Farms' homes save energy costs

    17:52 | 25/10/14
    Kansas City Star
    With fall well underway, we know that winter can't be far behind and homebuyers concerned about energy costs should consider the energy-efficient homes at Brookwood Farms. “This is a great time to come out to visit Brookwood ... For a limited time, the ... more»
  • USM's passing collides with Tech's strong defense

    17:12 | 25/10/14
    Alexandria Town Talk
    Mullens has piled up 731 yards and five touchdowns in the past two games, the latter of which he helped USM earn a 30-20 win over North Texas, just its second league victory in as many years. For the year, Mullens is 169-of-285 for 1,909 yards with 10 ... more»
  • Valley calendar

    17:07 | 25/10/14
    Valley Courier
    Some of the basic presentations will include: plumbing, electrical, painting tips, making tortillas, basic sewing, home and food storage, family disaster planning, fire safety, household and meal budgeting, basic technology and computer information, 72 ... more»
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Recent News
  • Religion news

    17:07 | 25/10/14
    Charlotte Observer
    Support group: New support group starting for those who need support and encouragement for trusting Biblical principles for healing and deliverance. more»
  • Religion Calendar for the Erie area

    17:07 | 25/10/14
    EACH ONE BRING ONE OUTREACH: Today and Sunday; Shares of God's Love partnering with Erie-area churches and businesses to collect new hats and gloves and new or gently used coats for children from newborn through children's size large/14-16; ... more»
  • Community calendar

    16:56 | 25/10/14
    The State
    “JACK AND THE GIANTS”: 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. Saturdayat the Columbia Marionette Theatre, 401 Laurel St. Giants are supposed to be big, mean, and nasty. They eat ... On March 16, 2003, three days after the U.S. invasion of Iraq, Corrie was killed by an ... more»
  • Bishop McDevitt scores final 26 points to pull away from Red Land

    16:45 | 25/10/14
    The Patriot-News -
    But he was limited to 23 yards the second half. Bishop McDevitt usually has three or four big guns when it comes to offense, and Friday night was no different. more»
  • Chiara Center adding a labyrinth

    16:45 | 25/10/14
    The State Journal-Register
    The newest walking labyrinth in the area will be at the home of the Hospital Sisters of St. Francis on the city's north side. The paving stones forming the flat surface will be installed shortly after the New Year, said Sister Renita ... “(Walking the ... more»
  • Frank Mankiewicz dies at 90; Democratic insider was RFK aide, led NPR

    16:45 | 25/10/14
    Los Angeles Times
    Frank Mankiewicz, the son of a Hollywood legend who made his mark in the grittier worlds of Democratic politics and broadcast media, serving as press secretary to Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, presidential campaign manager for Sen. George S. McGovern and ... more»
  • A Gold ETF for the Paranoid

    16:33 | 25/10/14
    Since gold's most recent peak of $1,340 an ounce on July 9, its price has fallen to $1,233—an 8% decline. ... which has been cutting costs, and efficiencies at well-run companies like Randgold GOLD -2.780282536819958% Randgold Resources Ltd. ADS U.S ... more»
  • Won leads advance on China outlook

    16:33 | 25/10/14
    Bangkok Post
    The Bloomberg-JPMorgan Asia Dollar Index rose 0.1% from Oct 17 after a preliminary Purchasing Managers' Index for China rose in October, adding to signs and a resilient labour market and export demand are helping the nation weather a housing downturn ... more»
  • Expect a Muted Post-Election Rally

    16:33 | 25/10/14
    A Corbett loss could mean big changes in the Keystone state, especially for energy companies that have benefitted from the fracking boom. more»
  • For Navajo Nation, candidate stirs questions about saving dying language

    16:22 | 25/10/14
    Los Angeles Times
    "They're defacing public property," Tribal Police Sgt. Stanley Ashley said. "It doesn't look good. You don't see them at the White House." "Is it against the law? Or you don't think it looks good?" one woman shouted. Ashley glared. "You stay out of ... more»
  • Tech Dividends Trump Earnings

    16:11 | 25/10/14
    ... TXN in Your Value Your Change Short position (TXN) beat on Monday, sending its shares up 5%. One bear on the name, Stacy Rasgon of Bernstein Research, reversed himself last week, recommending the shares, as the company is seeing improving profit ... more»
  • Hundreds of millions at stake in Eagle Ford case

    16:11 | 25/10/14
    San Antonio Express-News
    Jurors will be asked to decide whether JPMorgan Chase Bank, as trustee of the South Texas Syndicate Trust, mismanaged the mineral rights to 132,000 contiguous acres in LaSalle and McMullen counties. more»
  • Gottlieb Leaving Partners HealthCare For Partners In Health

    16:00 | 25/10/14
    Over the past three decades, Partners In Health has grown from a rural clinic in Cange, Haiti, to a leading global health organization delivering high-quality health care on four continents. “I cannot imagine anything more fulfilling than being ... more»
  • Dancing for those with disabilities

    16:00 | 25/10/14
    Lynchburg News and Advance
    Franziska Klostermyer, a senior at Randolph College, danced with Robin Fraser, of Altavista, Junior Emma Williams, and Sophmore Katie Anger at "A Night with the Stars" Friday night at Smith Banquet Hall at Randolph College. more»
  • The Money Bags in Congress

    16:00 | 25/10/14
    In the old days, there used to be many more trust-fund politicians in Congress. As late as 2004, 10 of ... asset-manager's basket? more»
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