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Q. Will the Legislature deal with the tourism tax this session? A. House Republican leader David Lust of Rapid City is leading the way on this issue. He filed House Bill 1066 on Tuesday. It would permanently set the visitors-services tax at 1.5 percent....
Pittsburgh Tribune-ReviewPITTSBURGH (AP) — When Edward Gerjuoy started teaching at the University of Pittsburgh in 1964, the Beatles had invaded America, boys played with a new G.I. Joe action figure and a generation reared on the make-believe of television faced harsh Cold...
email@example.comBetty Rockwell was a survivor. She outlived two husbands, the first who died of cancer just weeks before the birth of their child, leaving Betty a widow at age 18. They met through Betty’s sister, Kate, who was married to Jack Morris’...
The Magic chose tomorrow over today when they made the decision to keep rookie small forward Maurice Harkless in the starting lineup. They chose player development over winning games, which is frustrating but prudent, in a rebuilding process. Next...
Richard McWilliam, hailed for revolutionizing the trading card and sports memorabilia industry as a co-founder and chief executive officer of Carlsbad-based Upper Deck Co., has died. He was 59. McWilliam died Saturday at his home in Rancho Santa Fe....
Staff WriterHOLTVILLE — Most days, Lucia Garcia has a hard time keeping up with her 4-year-old daughter Valeria Ramos. “She never stops,” Garcia, a Holtville resident, said in Spanish. “I can’t get her to sit still for even a minute.&...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Sorry, Charlie, but fish oil supplements did not prevent atrial fibrillation in patients who had already experienced episodes of the heart rhythm malfunction, a new clinical trial has found. The study, published in the Journal...
Dr. Mansour Razminia used to worry about exposing patients to repeated bouts of radiation during lengthy surgery to correct heart rhythm problems. That is, until he began using such alternatives as 3-D imaging and high-frequency ultrasound. The Chicago-...
It happened so swiftly and silently that the six people never saw it coming — a towering tree, six stories tall, toppling sideways through the morning air and coming to a crashing rest on the roof of their moving vehicle. What started as a...
My tradition for several years now has been to do a Christmas Eve column and remind everybody, while we're in the middle of our holiday celebration, to remember those we've lost in the past year. And the main point has always been to be thankful for the...
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The kicker in football is someone who doesn't always get a lot of credit. Sure, a game-winning kick is great, but more often the kicker is someone who is taken for granted at best and blamed for a team's troubles at worst. He's usually seen as...
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