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Author sends books to Prince George

When a Fenelon Falls children's author mailed her books across the pond to little Prince George, she didn't expect to hear back from Buckingham Palace - but she did. Last week, Linda Oliver, 65, opened her mailbox to find a letter postmarked from ...
 Peterborough Examiner2 days ago Baby Prince George's First Royal Duty: An Adorable Playdate  Time1 week ago Here's What Prince George Was Really Thinking During That Playdate  Time1 week ago Princess Kate Goes Shopping for Baby Booties  Social Dashboard5 days ago

Wizards defense cedes easy game-winner to George Hill (video)

The Pacers trailed by 10 with a little more than six minutes left, took the lead and then lost it on John Walls game-tying 3-pointer with 11 seconds left. George Hill had the last word thanks to some spacious defense by the Wizards. The ...
 NBC Sports3 days ago Wizards' defense cedes easy game-winner to George Hill (video)  Austin American Statesman3 days ago
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George Washington had lots of little lambs, and his estate follows suit

Mount Vernon expects about 50 babies this spring and will showcase them on new Lamb Cam. By Kris Coronado, George Washington wasn't sheepish about his love of sheep. In fact, America's first president was quite proud of the fluffy ...
 Washington Post4 days ago

Will Colvin the George Costanza of Australian online journalism should have quit, not dumped on his colleagues

Former night editorWill Colvin has written an article for Sneaky magazine celebrating how little work he used to get away with on the News Corp-owned site. Mumbrella's Tim Burrowes argues thatby staying in the job, Colvin denied it to ...
 Mumbrella1 week ago

Prize Patrol Hits the Road to Fulfill D.C. High School Seniors Dreams with Full-Ride Scholarships to the George Washington University

)-The college decision-making process got a little easier for several D.C. high school students today when Steven Knapp, president of the George Washington University, hand-delivered acceptance letters and full-ride scholarships to nine unsuspecting ...
 Noodls1 week ago

OIL COLUMN - As Osborne cuts North Sea taxes, crude market provides little respite

As George Osborne reveals tax breaks for North Sea producers, crude markets present little respite. Brent crude, the international benchmark carrying the name of a North Sea field, fell further on Wednesday as American supplies continued to stack ...
 Proactive week ago As Osborne cuts North Sea taxes, crude market provides little respite  Proactive Investors Australia1 week ago

Jeb Bush: Obama administration shows 'pattern of diplomatic scolding of Israel'

President George W. Bush's younger brother, widely considered a candidate for president, says U.S. and Israel must work together. Palestinian state will require 'leaders committed to delivering' on negotiated promises. Jeb Bush, former governor of ...
 Haaretz3 days ago Jeb's brazen cash grab: His Im my own man campaign crumbles in face of big fundraiser with W.  Salon3 days ago How to beat Jeb Bush  MSNBC2 days ago

Lonnae ONeal: A black girl, a white guy and an inexplicable tweet

By , I don't understand Bloomsburg University baseball player Joey Casselberry's tweet about Little League World Series star Mone Davis. Casselberry, a sophomore first baseman, was dismissed from his team this week after sending a tweet ...
 Washington Post2 days ago Watch: Mo'ne Davis Forgives NCAA Baseball Player for Offensive Tweet  ABC News4 days ago
Miami Herald

Today in Arizona History

Sunday, March 29 On this date in 1885, Geronimo and 20 of his warriors who had surrendered to Gen. George Crook returned to the warpath after escaping from U.S. troops. On this date in 1902, reports began circulating of a rich gold strike in the ...
 Miami Herald3 days ago
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