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- Mary McCartney's new puppy
- Moby felt suicidal before MTV Awards
- Paul Feig: Melissa McCarthy was a last minute Bridemaids casting
- Mads Mikkelsen says Another Round remake could be 'tricky'
- Missouri baseball gets series win over No. 3 Mississippi State
- Bruins and Kewpies dominate district meet
- After early growth as a Husker, Isaiah Stalbird takes flight at national title hopeful South Dakota State
- A hall of fame family affair
- St. Joseph's festival returns tonight
- Mary Kay Dohm
- Parker family savors World Series, Super Bowl titles
- SHS kids start lawn mowing business
- Shelbyville senior throws second no-hitter of season; SHS softball drops game at No. 4 Roncalli
- Cessna 310 owner, aviation board reach agreement on grounded plane
- Long Time Coming: Spartans rally past Tigers for county championship
- This year’s area West Point graduates, appointees, Summer Leaders Experience selectees
- Kent T. Conway
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