Monthly Archives: June 2017

Miss Mississippi finds inspiration in family, faith – Jackson Clarion Ledger


Miss Mississippi finds inspiration in family, faith
Jackson Clarion Ledger
So the rivalry is all in the family. "We have fun with it, we're all good sports," she said. "We know it's family first and football second. Still, it leaves room for a little competition there." Buys, it would seem, was destined to be Miss Mississippi ...

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Soares/Murray Double Their Fun For London Title – ATP World Tour


ATP World Tour

Soares/Murray Double Their Fun For London Title
ATP World Tour
Third seeds Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares doubled their fun on Sunday at the Aegon Championships, winning their semi-final and the championship matches on the same day to take their second consecutive ATP World Tour doubles title on grass.

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The Amazon-Whole Foods deal is less about stores and more about data, says data scientist – CNBC


CNBC

The Amazon-Whole Foods deal is less about stores and more about data, says data scientist
CNBC
Amazon's acquisition of specialty grocer Whole Foods is not only about acquiring hundreds of stores and affluent customers — the real value of the deal is in all of that customer data, according to one data expert. Kenneth Sanford, adjunct professor ...
Small food makers wonder about Amazon-Whole Foods impactMilwaukee Journal Sentinel
Amazon gambles on getting people to buy food onlineThe Columbian
5 reasons why Amazon-Whole Foods won't win grocery warOCRegister
Newsweek -The New Yorker
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Former bank employee opens new Springfield food truck – Springfield News Sun


Springfield News Sun

Former bank employee opens new Springfield food truck
Springfield News Sun
A new food truck focusing on personal pizzas was inspired by a Rotary Club Food truck competition. Brad Focht, of Springfield, recently opened Phoenix Pizza, which will serve customers most days of the week at a handful of locations in the city. A ...

Maine governor signs food sovereignty bill into law – Sacramento Bee


Maine governor signs food sovereignty bill into law
Sacramento Bee
A new law will let Maine towns regulate local food production without requiring state and federal rules. Republican Gov. Paul LePage recently signed Democratic Sen. Troy Jackson's bill into law. The bill received strong support in the House and Senate.

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VIDEO: Food stand owner’s nose broken, daughter beaten over food order – Atlanta Journal Constitution


Atlanta Journal Constitution

VIDEO: Food stand owner's nose broken, daughter beaten over food order
Atlanta Journal Constitution
Nathaniel Eric Smith and Latasha M. Smith are wanted on aggravated assault and cruelty to children charges in connection with Thursday's attack after they were allegedly infuriated over a food order. Jeannette Norris, who owns the Qwik Chick takeout ...
SEE IT: Couple assaults Georgia restaurant owner and daughter over food orderNew York Daily News
Couple beats restaurant owner, her teen daughter over fast food orderNew York Post
WATCH: Couple Brutally Beats Restaurant Owners Over Food OrderBreitbart News
WYFF Greenville -WTOC -NBC4i.com
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The quiet Porzingis family tragedy – New York Post


New York Post

The quiet Porzingis family tragedy
New York Post
An E:60 documentary that aired Sunday on Kristaps Porzingis' life track from Latvia to the Knicks revealed a family tragedy that was previously unreported. According to the ESPN show, filmed mostly in Latvia last summer, another Porzingis brother ...

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OC coroner botches an ID, and a family buries a stranger, not their homeless son – Los Angeles Times


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OC coroner botches an ID, and a family buries a stranger, not their homeless son
Los Angeles Times
The Orange County Sheriff's Department is investigating why the coroner's office misidentified a body found behind a Fountain Valley Verizon store, authorities said. The family of Frank M. Kerrigan, a 57-year-old mentally ill homeless man, was informed ...
Family buries wrong person due to coroner's mistakeAOL
Man believed dead is alive – family buries wrong person after mix-up by OC Coroner's officeOCRegister

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Prince Harry Once "Wanted Out" of the Royal Family – E! Online


E! Online

Prince Harry Once "Wanted Out" of the Royal Family
E! Online
In an interview posted by the Mail on Sunday this weekend, Prince Harry says he once "wanted out" of the royal family and considered leading an "ordinary life" as a commoner. He told writer Angela Levin he was primarily motivated to stay in "The Firm ...
Prince Harry once 'wanted out' of Britain's royal familyUSA TODAY
Prince Harry: No one in royal family wants to be king or queenCBS News
Prince Harry 'wanted out' of Royal FamilyBBC News
Refinery29 -Newsweek -Daily Mail
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Finding reliable home food preservation recipes – The Hillsdale Daily News


The Hillsdale Daily News

Finding reliable home food preservation recipes
The Hillsdale Daily News
No one wants spoiled food. It is a waste of money and a waste of food that could have been put to good use. Unless food is preserved one way or another, it spoils soon after it is harvested or slaughtered. Spoiled food is not only unappealing, but unsafe.