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  • Mother, son team up for children's books

    By NICK HYTREK - Associated Press

    As mother and son, Jeanne and Justin Miller have undoubtedly shared countless memories together. Published April 19, 2014

  • Paul George making big play for endorsement deals

    By MICHAEL MAROT - Associated Press

    Paul George already has a winning resume. Published April 19, 2014

  • Heartwood School teaches traditional timber arts

    By TONY DOBROWOLSKI - Associated Press

    Up on a hill located off a steep dirt road, a small group of architects, engineers and builders are standing around a recently cut plank of timber. Published April 19, 2014

  • Counties tell Brown they need money for his law

    By DON THOMPSON - Associated Press

    Gov. Jerry Brown has been quietly visiting California counties since the start of the year to see how they are faring under his 3-year-old realignment law that dramatically altered the state's criminal justice system by increasing the burden on local governments. Published April 19, 2014

  • Arts center reality far from original vision

    By BRIAN EASON - Associated Press

    The Center for the Performing Arts that Carmel taxpayers bought is not the one they were originally sold. Published April 19, 2014

  • Students turn trash into art, display it in town

    By HAROLD REUTTER - Associated Press

    First, Trinity Lutheran students found throw-away objects to make art. Published April 19, 2014

  • Motels become oil worker housing solution

    By SHARON DUNN - Associated Press

    Every morning, the men of the oil field file out of their hotel and motel rooms in waves around the Greeley area, warming up their trucks and emptying parking lots. Published April 19, 2014

  • Arts residency program celebrates 40 years

    By JANET WEYANDT - Associated Press

    For Ohio artist Sean Foley, the proof is in the dog skull. Published April 19, 2014

  • Even in death, Tampa teen's heart keeps giving

    By JOSE PATINO GIRONA - Associated Press

    March 9, the first anniversary of his daughter's death, and Ronald Pierce was anxious. Published April 19, 2014

  • Scottish teachers have homecoming in Pendleton

    By CHARMAINE SMITH-MILES - Associated Press

    A class full of fourth-graders at LaFrance Elementary School let out a collective "Wow" when David Gray told them that if they asked for "chips" in Scotland, they would receive an order of french fries instead of potato chips. Published April 19, 2014

  • Bingo participation dwindles in Dubuque

    By JEFF MONTGOMERY - Associated Press

    Susan Lovejoy once won the $700 jackpot playing bingo at Colts Community Center in Dubuque. Her eyes still light up when she recalls that night. Published April 19, 2014

  • April is a delicious time for Northwest hiking

    By RICH LANDERS - Associated Press

    April may be the most delicious month of the year for taking a hike. Published April 19, 2014

  • Shreveport's Bluebirds soaring into 27th year

    By JOHN ANDREW PRIME - Associated Press

    Well into their third decade, Shreveport's Bluebirds continue to soar into new areas of music. Published April 19, 2014

  • Idaho guest ranches reinvent themselves

    By AUDREY DUTTON - Associated Press

    Halfway through an interview with a Business Insider reporter, Brad Ford mentions why he's a little distracted. He is riding one horse and leading another, trying to calm the animals' nerves during an expo in Lewiston. That's Ford's job. He trains and sells horses - at least, that's what he does in the offseason. From May to October, he hosts vacationers and the occasional reality-show cast of characters at 4D Longhorn Guest Ranch. Published April 19, 2014

  • Sutton Foster and Jeanine Tesori bond backstage

    By MARK KENNEDY - Associated Press

    There were two visitors to Sutton Foster's Broadway dressing room the other day. Published April 19, 2014

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