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Day: March 3, 2012

Romney wins Washington state’s Republican caucus

By Michelle Dupler and David Lightman, McClatchy Newspapers – KENNEWICK, Wash. — Mitt Romney won Washington’s fiercely contested Republican caucuses Saturday, according to network projections, giving him an important boost on the eve

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House fire reported in Clear Lake

CLEAR LAKE – A house fire was reported late Saturday night on the south side of Clear Lake. Authorities were called to 3744 240th Street at about 11:00 p.m. Both the Clear

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Northwestern Defeats Iowa, 70-66

IOWA CITY – Fran McCaffery’s Iowa Hawkeyes couldn’t quite muster a send-off victory for heralded senior Matt Gatens today against the Northwestern Wildcats. Despite 17 points from Gatens and a huge first

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Stocks retreat along with energy sector

By Kate Gibson, MarketWatch – NEW YORK — U.S. stocks edged lower Friday, cementing the Dow Jones industrial average’s third weekly loss this year. Energy firms fell the most among the S&P 500

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NIACC Track at Nationals, Day 1 of 2

CHARLESTON, Ill. – NIACC’s women’s track and field team recorded two top-five finishes while the men had a pair of top-10 finishes at the NJCAA National Indoor Championships on Friday afternoon. NIACC’s

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Bowling scores 2-26 through 3-2 2012

Sunday Night Mixed League   Rose Bowl       02/26/12 Team High Series          Candy Bar         1677 Team High Game           Candy Bar         610 Individual High Series Male         Doug Schaffer    656 Individual High Series Female      Sandy Isch

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America’s Most Wanted Arrested

Albuquerque, NM – On February 29, 2012 Deputies with the United States Marshals Service arrested accused human trafficking offender Rufus Byers. Byers has been wanted since December 2011 and was featured on

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Put Brakes on Frivolous Lawsuits

From Senator Charles Grassley – Against a staggering national debt that’s surged by $5 trillion in just the last three years, voters will decide in November who will take the reins of

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