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Big E fair starts September 17th

WEST SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – The Big E begins its fair from September 17 to October 3 with over 80 live musical guests. The Eastern State Exposition sent out a press release to 22News with The Big E’s full lineup of entertainment, exhibits, fair food, rides, shopping and more. The …

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Here’s what to do at the Illinois State Fair

Veterans and their immediate families are admitted to the grounds free of charge. A veterans parade and activities are some of the highlights of the day. Discounted passes for veteran families. 8h00 – Open Simmental Show, Breeding center08h00 – Open lamb market, sheepfold8h00 – Open Barrows Show, pigsty8:00 am – …

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Karoo Roads II, a visual journey

Philipstown in the Northern Cape is famous for its annual Draadkarretjie (Metal Car) Grand Prix in the summer, when the normally sleepy little town comes alive with a series of races on its streets. Photography: Chris Marais Karoo Roads II is the sequel to the popular Karoo Roads I book …

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Miami to launch its own cryptocurrency, MiamiCoin

It has been barely two months since the city welcomed Bitcoin Miami and promised to become the Bitcoin (BTC) capital of the world. Now Miami has once again made headlines by launching its own digital currency, MiamiCoin (MIA). Miami will be the first city to have its own coin, created …

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Advanced Blockchain AG Launches Blockchain Incubator with Leading Startup Accelerator in Nordic Countries

DGAP-News: Advanced Blockchain AG / Keyword (s): Cryptocurrency / Blockchain / Expansion03.08.2021 / 08:50 The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this advertisement. Advanced Blockchain AG (Frankfurt, Düsseldorf Primary Market, XETRA: ISIN DE000A0M93V6) is pleased to announce that it has successfully opened a new office in Stockholm and …

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Then and Now: Farming the Fields of Staten Island

STATEN ISLAND, NY – Agriculture has played an important and valuable role in the financial growth of Staten Island, from the Native Americans who cultivated the land, to the expansion of the island’s farms by the Huguenots and the English. Many farms included orchards of various types such as apples, …

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Brownstown Schools Host Fair Booth

BROWNSTOWN Brownstown Central Community School Corp. Superintendent Tim Taylor has been asked several times about what he has been up to this summer. His answer every time? “A lot,” he said. While the summer is a break between school years for students and staff, Taylor and the staff in the …

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Leading Norfolk farmer Billy Hammond has died aged 94

North Norfolk’s leading farmer, Billy Hammond, passed away peacefully five days before his 95th birthday. He was president of the Holt and District Farmers’ Club for 17 years and was only the second to serve since its founding in 1948. He succeeded one of the club’s founders, Sir Charles Mott-Radclyffe, …

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Tell us what you like about the Glen

EVENTS and festivals for music, food, sport and art, an enchanted Glen, an open-air cinema, an observation tower and a zipline are just a few of the ambitious suggestions for the future of the park Pittencrieff. The Carnegie Dunfermline Trust owns Pittencrieff Park and is managed and maintained by the …

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7 must-see parks in Pittsburgh

Like many things in Pittsburgh, the park system has strong ties to the city’s industrial heritage. Pittsburgh was once a booming industrial city. But with production comes pollution, and with pollution comes the public crying out for fresh air. As a result, the city has reserved large green spaces for …

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Trump’s priceless gift to America

Mr. Donald Trump is the archivillain for some. He is the archangel of others. It is neither for us. Still, we could etch his likeness into Rushmore – for a central reason. What is that? Is it his rates? Its tax cuts and deregulation? His vaccine debut greatly accelerated? His …

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Restored vintage basket

A vintage butcher’s cart has regained its former glory thanks to the hard work of the people of Cobram. The cart was originally used as a delivery vehicle by Wunghnu butcher Jim Carlisle. Seth Hall of Cobram found the cart in a dilapidated condition and set out to restore the …

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In confirmation of the noblest claims

Joyce Wilson Contributing columnist CHAPTER ONE – FIRST SETTLERS – CIRCA 1796 Maybe it could hardly be called a wagon train – those two-wheeled carts – not as large as today’s famous One-Horse Shay, but with more space to transport. Each father rode, like a postilion, the only draft horse …

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Trudeau says Pope Francis should apologize on Canadian soil

Following this discovery of the remains of British Columbia, François expressed his pain and urged religious and political authorities to shed light on this sad affair. But he stopped before offering a formal apology. Don Bolen, Archbishop of Regina, Saskatchewan, posted a letter to the Cowessess First Nation on the …

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Winner’s Circle: A Long Goodbye

Clever Allemont spent much of his later years lying in the thick Kentucky bluegrass, basking in the sun. Horses spend most of their time standing, even sleeping, so passers-by would often stop at the office to warn Old Friends founder Michael Blowen: “You have a dead horse in this pasture. …

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BLM is looking for off-course pastures for wild horses

Back to news BLM is looking for off-course pastures for wild horses Photo credit: Shutterstock Discussions about wild and feral horses are still very controversial across the West. Through the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) adoption incentive program, BLM searches for off-range pastures for excess wild horses to live in …

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Farmer drives Shire horses 650 miles in memory of brother

A Gloucestershire farmer raises money for police and firefighter charities by riding his pair of Shire horses 650 miles north of Scotland in memory of his late ex-policeman brother. Jamie Alcock owns the 50-acre Coldcroft Farm in Huntley, west of Gloucester, where he breeds Gloucestershire cattle, Gloucestershire Old Spot pigs …

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Ask for their stories while you can …

“Paddy is a black sheepdog, but he’s not good for sheep. Dad says we spoiled him. We have a big bell near the kitchen; Paddy is going to jump on it and ring it with his nose. The cook gets angry with him because the men often come to have …

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large-scale public art piece installed in a park

Content of the article The city’s first large-scale permanent public art installation in more than 40 years was quietly unveiled on Thursday. Content of the article Nicholas Crombach’s “Horse and Cart”, now housed in Victoria Park, “refers to an old-fashioned children’s tricycle from the era of the horse and buggy” …

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Dr Melfi’s Top 10 Tips to Tony

Lorraine Bracco is known for playing two great characters in two of the greatest crowd stories ever told. After playing mafia wife Karen Hill in Martin Scorsese Goodfellas, she then played Tony Soprano’s therapist, Dr. Jennifer Melfi, in the HBO series The Sopranos. Both roles have earned him numerous nominations. …

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Custom Trailer Improves Farm Efficiency | Weekly farm

WHEN grain farmer Duncan Young, Beverley, was looking for a trailer to solve his on-farm seed and fertilizer replenishment issues, he decided to turn to Duraquip. Last week, Mr Young showed Farm Weekly the well-finished 40ft white Tornado Gen II trailer parked in his hangar, which he said would reduce …

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Guilford Shrine honors Ethan Song

GUILFORD – Emily Song brushes Mooney, a 23 year old Morgan mare with a beautiful laurel coat. Mooney, along with Darla, a 15-year-old quarter horse, was adopted by an elderly owner whose health would not allow him to take care of the horses. Song is brushing Mooney’s winter coat, which …

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Israel and Hamas agree on ceasefire

People celebrate in the streets of Rafah, in the southern Gaza Strip, after the ceasefire went into effect at 2 a.m. Friday after 11 days of fighting. (Said Khatib / AFP / Getty Images) While both sides claimed to have succeeded, a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas militants began on …

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New T8.380 ready for planting season | Weekly farm

CUNDERDIN mixed farmer Chris Carter and his team are ready to test the New Holland T8.380 tractor during this planting season. He arrived at the farm late last year from rural Baxters, Cunderdin, and was used during harvest to pull the hunting bin, but this will be his first seeding …

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From Pompey to Posh Pebbles

×To close Anyone can be an entrepreneur. You don’t need a degree from a posh college or be an eccentric genius. Sometimes all you need is a great idea mixed with a generous discipline of self-discipline, an appetite for hard work, and a belly full of patience. But remember, instant …

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PHOTOS: Tales of Redditch’s Lost Secrets

It was the night the effluent hit the Redditch fan. Or to be a little more specific, hit the houses. Because the pebbles on the exterior walls suddenly took on a whole new meaning. These days, citizens of the city flush toilets thousands of times a day without really wondering …

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Advice putting the cart before the horse

The Community Environment Network (CEN) says selling community land is not the best way to solve the Central Coast Council’s financial problems and encourages residents to provide feedback on the proposed list of asset sales before the May 21 deadline. CEN Executive Member Gary Chestnut said the 27 community land …

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National Totem Pole Travel Stops in Port Townsend

PORT TOWNSEND – A diving eagle, a wolf, a healing grandmother, the blue waters of a river, a child emerging from a cage: these are the symbols on the newly carved totem pole that will appear here between 10:30 am and 2:00 pm on Saturday . The 24-foot, 8-inch cedar …

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Curb the tax on electric cars, Vic urged | Time

Automakers and environmental groups have teamed up with the Victorian government’s proposed electric vehicle tax in an attempt to stop what they call regressive plan. An alliance of 25 businesses and organizations has signed a letter to parliament in Victoria urging MPs to vote against the plan, which the state …

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The Chronicle of the Horse

Thank you!Your request regarding the issue you are experiencing has been received. We will get back to you soon. Classified ads of goods FEATURED Charming farmhouse set in a valley amid 160 acres of rolling Fox River Valley-Massbach Hounds, Jo Daviess County, Illinois. Very private and well maintained home with …

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memories of a long lost Dublin

Before there was a D4, Heytesbury Lane was an abandoned meow stretch at the back of Waterloo Road, set in the remains of an apple orchard. When I moved here over 50 years ago, there was no lighting, nothing, a horse and a handful of people. Although it has become, …

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Allerdale weekly roundup of planning requests

Each week, we bring together the requests received by the Allerdale Borough Council over the past seven days. Copies of the following applications can be inspected at www.allerdale.gov.uk All statements should be sent to the Manager of Development Services, Allerdale House, Workington CA14 3YJ within 21 days of posting. Please …

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Shining a light on our dark unjust past

Ten years ago, a group of history students on the campus of La Trobe University in Shepparton produced a two-month study of the lives of women in Shepparton District in the late 19th century. The study, based on court records and newspaper articles, revealed a troubling world of sexual assault, …

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26 bighorn sheep displaced in the Tendoy mountains of Montana

Back to news 26 bighorn sheep displaced in the Tendoy mountains of Montana Photo credit: Shutterstock This week, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks (Montana FWP) announced that 26 bighorn sheep have been successfully transferred from Wild Horse Island on Flathead Lake to the Tendoy Mountains in Montana. 19 ewes, five …

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Lujan Grisham says she would veto bill limiting executive power

Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham said on Friday she would veto legislation that would restrict executive power over extending public health orders. “In their current context, yes,” she said when asked if she would veto such a bill. That’s not to say that governors should be “omnipotent,” Lujan Grisham. “That’s why …

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