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Fallout from nuclear tests leads to health crisis 7.9.2009 Custom Search
HONOLULU (AP) -- Pius Henry fears his adopted government will kill him, that the United States won't live up to a health care obligation to people from Pacific islands where it tested nuclear bombs.
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Fallout from nuclear tests leads to health crisis 7.9.2009 Custom Search
HONOLULU (AP) -- Pius Henry fears his adopted government will kill him, that the United States won't live up to a health care obligation to people from Pacific islands where it tested nuclear bombs.
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Elbow rub? H1N1 flu upsets rituals of greetings 5.9.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
When it comes to avoiding the transmission of swine flu -- without awkwardness or rudeness -- perhaps the Samoans are best prepared. "In Samoa, people do not touch when they greet each other," the linguistic anthropologist Alessandro Duranti says.
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Idaho Republicans Should Step Up and Denounce Threatening Language 28.8.2009 NewWest.Net Politics
You’ve probably heard that Jared Hopkins, reporter from the Twin Falls Times-News, reported in another one of his scoop-them-all stories that at a Republican fundraiser Wednesday in Twin Falls, Idaho Republican candidate for governor Rex Rammell said, “After an audience member shouted a question about ‘Obama tags’ during a discussion on wolves, Rammell responded, ‘The Obama tags? We’d buy some of those.’” Rammell told Hopkins it was a joke. Let’s start with some basics. What would Rammell’s mother say? Mine would have said, “Threatening the President is a felony, and you will never say anything like that again. Clear?” What would Rammell’s father say? Mine would have said, “I expect you to take this matter seriously. And if you ever hear anyone make ...
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Idaho Republicans Should Step Up and Denounce Threatening Language 28.8.2009 NewWest.Net All Headlines
You've probably heard that Jared Hopkins, reporter from the Twin Falls Times-News, reported in another one of his scoop-them-all stories that at a Republican fundraiser Wednesday in Twin Falls, Idaho Republican candidate for governor Rex Rammell said, After an audience member shouted a question about 'Obama tags' during a discussion on wolves, Rammell responded, 'The Obama tags? We'd buy some of those.' Rammell told Hopkins it was a joke. Let's start with some basics. What would Rammell's mother say? Mine would have said, Threatening the President is a felony, and you will never say anything like that again. Clear? What would Rammell's father say? Mine would have said, I expect you to take this matter seriously. And if you ever hear anyone make a ...
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Tribal program seeks to preserve Quechan language 6.8.2009 azcentral.com | news
When it comes to saving their native language, the Quechan people say they believe children are the future.
Navajo Nation passes green jobs legislation, 62-1 22.7.2009 From the Blogs
First tribe to set structure and policy for sustainable economy.
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Michael Jackson's death, like his life, came as a jolt 26.6.2009 Custom Search
LOS ANGELES -- Michael Jackson, a seminal figure in music, dance and culture whose ever-changing face graced the covers of albums that sold more than a half-billion copies, died Thursday, shortly after going into cardiac arrest at his Holmby Hills chateau. He was 50 years old. He spent much of his life as among the world's most famous people, and to many, his death felt unthinkable and, oddly, inevitable.
Michael Jackson's death, like his life, came as a jolt 26.6.2009 Arizona Daily Sun
LOS ANGELES -- Michael Jackson, a seminal figure in music, dance and culture whose ever-changing face graced the covers of albums that sold more than a half-billion copies, died Thursday, shortly after going into cardiac arrest at his Holmby Hills chateau. He was 50 years old. He spent much of his life as among the world's most famous people, and to many, his death felt unthinkable and, oddly, inevitable.
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States ban exotic drug: Mexico's 'magic mint' 22.6.2009 azcentral.com | news
Impoverished Mexicans profit from magic mint, a powerful and legal high in the United States. But many states have banned use of salvia divinorum and lawmakers in other states, including Arizona, are considering it.
A collector's dream 15.6.2009 Custom Search
For about 60 years, the pots and rugs and plants and bugs collected at the Museum of Northern Arizona have gone into uninsulated cinder-block buildings that collections experts say are substandard.
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A collector's dream 15.6.2009 Arizona Daily Sun
For about 60 years, the pots and rugs and plants and bugs collected at the Museum of Northern Arizona have gone into uninsulated cinder-block buildings that collections experts say are substandard.
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‘We’ve got to find ways to get more money in’ 5.6.2009 Telluride: News
By now, it’s old news. The recession has settled into the nooks of Telluride, hobbling the real estate and development markets and leaving the town — which has historically relied on the healthy tax revenues generated by those markets — with emptying coffers.
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‘We’ve got to find ways to get more money in’ 5.6.2009 Telluride: News
By now, it’s old news. The recession has settled into the nooks of Telluride, hobbling the real estate and development markets and leaving the town — which has historically relied on the healthy tax revenues generated by those markets — with emptying coffers.
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‘We’ve got to find ways to get more money in’ 5.6.2009 Telluride: News
By now, it’s old news. The recession has settled into the nooks of Telluride, hobbling the real estate and development markets and leaving the town — which has historically relied on the healthy tax revenues generated by those markets — with emptying coffers.
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‘We’ve got to find ways to get more money in’ 5.6.2009 Telluride: News
By now, it’s old news. The recession has settled into the nooks of Telluride, hobbling the real estate and development markets and leaving the town — which has historically relied on the healthy tax revenues generated by those markets — with emptying coffers.
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‘We’ve got to find ways to get more money in’ 5.6.2009 Telluride: News
By now, it’s old news. The recession has settled into the nooks of Telluride, hobbling the real estate and development markets and leaving the town — which has historically relied on the healthy tax revenues generated by those markets — with emptying coffers.
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‘We’ve got to find ways to get more money in’ 5.6.2009 Telluride: News
By now, it’s old news. The recession has settled into the nooks of Telluride, hobbling the real estate and development markets and leaving the town — which has historically relied on the healthy tax revenues generated by those markets — with emptying coffers.
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‘We’ve got to find ways to get more money in’ 5.6.2009 Telluride: News
By now, it’s old news. The recession has settled into the nooks of Telluride, hobbling the real estate and development markets and leaving the town — which has historically relied on the healthy tax revenues generated by those markets — with emptying coffers.
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‘We’ve got to find ways to get more money in’ 5.6.2009 Telluride: News
By now, it’s old news. The recession has settled into the nooks of Telluride, hobbling the real estate and development markets and leaving the town — which has historically relied on the healthy tax revenues generated by those markets — with emptying coffers.
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