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Isaiah Glen Shields poses on US 13 near Felton next to his handmade supply cart. (Isaiah Glen Shields/Facebook)
It’s hard to believe it’s almost September, which means back-to-school season is just on the horizon. A new school year means lots of new school supplies, from pens and pencils to ar
Six practices into fall camp, Kalen DeBoer will take his University of Washington football team behind closed doors.
The new coach let media members watch a week of workouts, but now
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A drought-stricken South African coastal metropolis, facing a likely large-scale shutdown of its municipal water supply this month or next, has resorted to setting up boreholes to provide ground
CHICAGO — Danny Harris is director of linen services for Goodwill Laundry & Linen in Milwaukee, which processes more than 13 million pounds annually for healthcare, military and clinics th
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To address concerns of food cart pod conditions, Multnomah County launched a license system in January that requires pods to provide certain amenities to food carts.