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Archive for September, 2010
Sullivan County Democratic Dinner will focus on the upcoming election
The Sullivan County Democratic Dinner is being held at 6 p.m on Sunday, Oct. 27, at the Crestmont in Eagles Mere. All folks are welcome. It will be an evening of information and education. Seniors are particularly concerned about the effects of health
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My husband got a DUI on a military installation about 2.5 years ago. Can he become a Border Patrol Agent with this on his record? I believe it’s a Class B Misdemeanor.
GIRLS’ SOCCER: Hornets come roaring back
FOXBORO – Tallying three times over the final 22 minutes of the Hockomock League match, the Mansfield High girls’ soccer team battled back to overtake Foxboro High 3-1 Wednesday at the Ahern School Field.
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this is a CNN special investigations report on why immigrants flock to this country only to abuse the freedom that America offers.
Areas of county too dangerous for Border Patrol
PHOENIX — Border Patrol officers are being told by supervisors to stay
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South Texas border agents seize $2 million in marijuana
EDINBURG, Texas â€” U.S. Border Patrol agents have seized more than $2 million worth of marijuana in three incidents in south Texas on the same day. Border Patrol officials say the three seizures Wednesday totaled more than 2,500 pounds of marijuana.
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$3.6 million recovered in recent pot busts
TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) â€” An extremely busy time for Southern Arizona border agents. In six different incidents the federal government recovered 4,500 pounds of marijuana worth an estimated $3.6 million. The largest seizure occurred Friday when Ajo (AH’-hoh) agents followed tracks to an abandoned pickup truck containing more than 2,400 pounds of marijuana. The narcotics are valued at almost $2 …
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Weslaco man convicted on child porn charges
MCALLEN| MAILED POT Three illegal aliens were convicted on Tuesday for using the U.S. mail to distribute marijuana. The group was arrested on May 6, 2009, when the United States Postal Inspection Service discovered several of the parcels, which…
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