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Ten Years After Hurricane Katrina: Refugee Makes New Life In Bourne
It was 10 years ago next month that Patrick Wooten came to Bourne. Unlike many people who come and make Bourne their new home, Mr. Wooten had no history with the town.
Emory welcomes Class of 2017 with new strategies
PICTURES: St Helens salutes its heroes on Armed Forces Day
HEROES of the past, valiant servicemen of today and the brave faces of the future. They were all in the hearts and minds of those who gathered at Victoria Square for an uplifting celebration of the town's and country's armed forces on Saturday.
Keeblers and Chlorophyl
Don't believe everything you hear as a kid. It turns out that deciduous trees don't turn yellow and orange and red because forest dwellers paint the leaves by the light of a full moon.

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