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Monday 09/01/2014

Sept. 02-- CEDAR FALLS-- When Cindy Luchtenburg was offered a position with DISTek Integration Inc., she didn't hesitate to take the offer. She plans to stay with the company until it's time to retire, simply because she believes there are too many good things to mention. CEO Matt Dickinson said receiving a 2014 Employers of Choice award means they have "succeeded in...

 

Sept. 02-- Nearly three months after finding out his 4- year-old daughter has cancer and two days after being cut by the Cincinnati Bengals, defensive tackle Devon Still sat in his locker Monday morning and called himself' lucky' after being re-signed to the practice squad Sunday. Still, a second-round pick out of Penn State in 2012, said he was contacted by other...

 

Sept. 02-- Mark Driscoll will soon go hunting in the woods of Montana for the first time since multiple sclerosis took his ability to walk in 1995, thanks to the brainchild of two cousins in Grove City. Last Christmas, Driscoll bought an all-terrain TracFab wheelchair designed and produced by Grove City- based Trac Fabrication. Trac Fabrication has sold more than...

 

The tumultuous time is captured in "Spirited: Prohibition in America," an exhibit that opened Monday at the Tampa Bay History Center. "I like history," said Sue Curd, 71, of Valrico, as she strolled through the exhibit. Adapted from the National Constitution Center's flagship exhibition, "Spirited" explores the history of Prohibition, from the dawn of the temperance...

 
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Sept. 02-- BARBERTON-- At the turn of the last century, immigrants started pouring into Barberton to help fill half a dozen brand-new factories. The city hasn't been a magnet for immigrants in decades, and yet six clubs with Eastern European roots have made it to the 21st century. The Hungarian Club, the Liedertafel and the GBU, the Sokol Club and Jednota Club and the...

 

Sept. 01-- Voters in northern Palm Beach County and the Treasure Coast have grown accustomed to nationalized congressional races, but the contest this fall between freshman Rep. Patrick Murphy, D- Jupiter, and Republican Carl Domino promises to have some prominent local themes. His campaign has raised more than $4.3 million, the most of any U.S. House Democrat...

 
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Sunday 08/31/2014