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33% Midway elementary students Jump Rope For Heart Businesses
donated to the jump rope event, including McDonald's at the Southridge Center, Sam's Club of Southridge and Nice's Pretty Flower Shop of Alum Creek. To contact staff writer Ben Calwell, call 348-5188 or e-mail bcalwell@cnpapers.com...
Published: Thursday, April 20, 2000
Words: 354

33% Midway elementary students Jump Rope For Heart
donated to the jump rope event, including McDonald's at the Southridge Center, Sam's Club of Southridge and Nice's Pretty Flower Shop of Alum Creek. To contact staff writer Ben Calwell, call 348-5188 or e-mail bcalwell@cnpapers.com...
Published: Thursday, April 13, 2000
Words: 351

33% A new beginning Ex-miners graduate as retraining system
he got out of work at the mines, and it's been tough." When Jerome enrolled at Carver, Diane took a job at Kaufmann's and at a flower shop to make ends meet. The couple lives in Seth, Boone County. "You've got a good job one day, and...
Published: Monday, June 26, 2000
Words: 1370

32% Free roses for Good Neighbor Day
roses in bunches of a dozen, free to anyone who visits the shop. Free roses will be available at participating FTD florists only. There is a catch. Joe L. Gregg, co-owner of Charleston Cut Flower, hopes the goodwill is exactly that:...
Published: Thursday, August 31, 2000
Words: 235

32% Free roses available today
roses in bunches of a dozen, free to anyone who visits the shop. Free roses will be available at participating FTD florists only. There is a catch. Joe L. Gregg, co-owner of Charleston Cut Flower, hopes the goodwill is exactly that:...
Published: Thursday, September 07, 2000
Words: 173

32% Vieweg tries again to stop workers' comp suits He wants
Coal case is one of the most developed cases. Calwell said he believes this issue was "in large measure why Cecil Underwood lost the election and Wise won. We don't know what the Supreme Court will do. We hope they deny this petition."...
Published: Thursday, December 21, 2000
Words: 676

31% Historic house a perfect fit for traditional children's
dresses suitable for First Communion, flower girls, and junior bridesmaids and lacy christening gowns and miniature christening suits, the 26-year-old Winfield High School graduate has on the least informal outfit in the shop. With...
Published: Thursday, May 11, 2000
Words: 774

31% Market finding identity Facility wants bigger crowds
from ice cream to ramps and shrimp - seem encouraged about the future of the market. It has a unique location and provides a rich retail environment that draws heavily on its locomotive history. The market is a popular destination during...
Published: Sunday, March 05, 2000
Words: 376

31% Ruling may allow Workers' Comp suits to proceed McDowell
and Vieweg were both executives for the largest coal company debtor. "The legal canon of ethics requires a lawyer to avoid even the appearance of a conflict of interest. If there was even an appearance of a conflict, Underwood and Vieweg...
Published: Thursday, December 07, 2000
Words: 832

31% Cross Lanes woman's creations help family weather illnesses
a pile of driftwood, what's left of two truckloads collected from South Carolina's Outer Banks by her regular supplier, an older man who likes to earn some extra money. Some of her supplies come from donations, proof a cloudy horizon...
Published: Thursday, November 16, 2000
Words: 819

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