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  1. Baltimore erupts in riots after funeral of black man who died in police custody
  2. Baltimore erupts in riots after funeral of black man who died in police custody
  3. Baseball, softball league races heating up with two weeks left
  4. HS notebook: Injured KV player Medley recovering after surgery on broken right leg
  5. Beleaguered Internet cafes take case to state Supreme Court
  6. 10 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW: Today's guide to the obscure, the possibly relevant and things in between
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  8. Local student art to be displayed at State Capitol
  9. Local student art to be displayed at State Capitol
  10. Ask TBC: What's with the confusing new Highway 58 lane lines?
  11. Central Section boys tennis playoff brackets released
  12. April 28 community sports announcements, results, accomplishments
  13. April 28 community sports announcements, results, accomplishments
  14. STEVEN VAN METRE: Life requires setting spending priorities
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  1. Man faces 60 years to life in prison for sexually abusing minors

    A Kern County jury convicted a 35-year-old man of six felonies in connection with sexually abusing two underage girls.

    8 minutes ago via BakersfieldCalifornian.com
  2. Murder trial in alleged DUI crash postponed to July

    The trial date for a motorist accused of traveling up to 128 mph in an alleged drunken driving crash that killed a 22-year-old woman has been postponed to July.

    18 minutes ago via BakersfieldCalifornian.com
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    RT @PaulMSparrow1: #BaltimoreRiots front page from .@Bakersfieldcali as a Night of Unrest leads to .@NationalGuard being called out. http:/…

    48 minutes ago via Twitter
  4. Logan Molen

    Troubling but excellent @briankrebs read on how quickly stolen healthcare data can travel online: http://t.co/0LRLgRf3zB

    about 1 hour ago via Twitter
  5. BVarsityLive

    HS notebook: Injured KV player Medley recovering after surgery on broken right leg (Sent from TBC Mobile) http://t.co/AQlEp2Am4Q

    about 1 hour ago via Twitter
  6. Trevor Horn

    HS notebook: Injured KV player Medley recovering after surgery on broken right leg (Sent from TBC Mobile) http://t.co/WxhiHTbDdA

    about 1 hour ago via Twitter
  7. Library closure, water planning and pot growing law on agenda

    Supervisors could vote to close a library and schedule two very interesting meetings today.

    about 2 hours ago via BakersfieldCalifornian.com
  8. First Look with Scott Cox

    Looks familiar... http://on.fb.me/1IjwrjL

    about 2 hours ago via Facebook
  9. Delano man accused of assaulting mother arrested following SWAT standoff

    A Delano man accused of assaulting his mother and trying to stab his brother was arrested early Tuesday following a three-hour standoff with police.

    about 2 hours ago via BakersfieldCalifornian.com
  10. First Look with Scott Cox

    If Scott could have anyone locked in a room to torment for the day, who would he choose and how would he torment them? The answer is surprising... http://on.fb.me/1IjsGut

    about 2 hours ago via Facebook
  11. First Look with Scott Cox

    Lauren Skidmore from the Citizens for a Sustainable Government is coming on to tell us about Access... We're also going to get a look at how to combat human trafficking locally... and Richard Beene will be in. Plus news, traffic, weather, and stocks all morning long!!!

    about 3 hours ago via Facebook
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    18 photos from Baltimore as it erupts in riots after funeral of black man who died in ... - http://t.co/ZheUzN2y6H http://t.co/W9nRCjwe0B

    about 11 hours ago via Twitter
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    Riots in Baltimore over man’s death in police custody http://t.co/0TXlKgUY2y

    about 11 hours ago via Twitter
  14. Baltimore erupts in riots after funeral of black man who died in police custody

    BALTIMORE -- Baltimore erupted in violence on Monday as hundreds of rioters looted stores, burned buildings and injured at least 15 police officers following the funeral of a 25-year-old black man who suffered a spinal injury while in police custody.

    about 11 hours ago via BakersfieldCalifornian.com
  15. April 27 high school roundup

    Boys tennis South Sequoia League at Arvin SINGLES First roun: Han, BCHS, d. Garza, Chavez, 6-0, 6-0; Hunter, Shafter, d. Guiterrez, McFarland, 6-0, 6-0; Gioramos, Shafter, d. Mouton, Arvin, 7-, 4-6, 6-2; Covington, Taft, d. Lagula, Kennedy, 6-0, 6-1; Zavala, T, d. Iniquez, M, 6-0, 6-1; Lopez, Wasco, d. Ferris, BCHS, 6-2, 6-3; Chou, S, d. Agodong, C, 6-0, 6-1; Caboloza, A, d. Dilarta, K, 6-0, 6-1.

    about 12 hours ago via BakersfieldCalifornian.com
  16. BC men's golf finishes 8th at WSC tourney; Choi advances

    The Bakersfield College men's golf team finished in eighth place Monday at the Western States Conference tournament at Rancho Vista Golf Club in Palmdale.

    about 12 hours ago via BakersfieldCalifornian.com
  17. Zach Ewing

    RT @trevhorn: Baseball and softball league races heating up with two weeks left: http://t.co/LWUDfPSs9B

    about 12 hours ago via Twitter
  18. Trevor Horn

    Baseball and softball league races heating up with two weeks left: http://t.co/LWUDfPSs9B

    about 12 hours ago via Twitter
  19. Baseball, softball league races heating up with two weeks left

    The baseball and softball races have intriguing matchups with just two week left in the regular season, beginning with games starting Tuesday.

    about 12 hours ago via BakersfieldCalifornian.com
  20. Trevor Horn

    RT @CalMensBBall: Congrats to Tyrone Wallace (@T_Wa1l), who was named the Bears' Most Valuable Player at tonight's awards banquet http://t.…

    about 13 hours ago via Twitter
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  1. Family of five suffers smoke inhalation in mobile home fire

    A family of five was hospitalized with smoke inhalation from an electrical fire in a mobile home southeast of McFarland Tuesday morning. Kern County firefighters said the 4 a.m. blaze in the 15000 block of Zachary Avenue destroyed the mobile home. The family managed to get out before firefighters arrived.

  2. Man faces 60 years to life in prison for sexually abusing minors

    A Kern County jury convicted a 35-year-old man of six felonies in connection with sexually abusing two underage girls. The jury found Jesus Rivera guilty of continuous sexual abuse of a child and other charges Friday for abusing the victims, both of whom were under 14 years old, a District Attorney's office news...

  3. Murder trial in alleged DUI crash postponed to July

    The trial date for a motorist accused of traveling up to 128 mph in an alleged drunken driving crash that killed a 22-year-old woman has been postponed to July. Judge John S. Somers allowed the continuance in the trial of Alex Rubio after defense attorney Tony Lidgett said he needs more time to explore discrepancies in...

  1. Delano man accused of assaulting mother arrested following SWAT standoff

    A Delano man accused of assaulting his mother and trying to stab his brother was arrested early Tuesday following a three-hour standoff with police. Edwin Sablas, 46, was booked on suspicion of crimes including elderly abuse and assault with a deadly weapon, Delano police said. After the alleged attack on his mother...

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    Baltimore erupts in riots after funeral of black man who died in police custody

    BALTIMORE -- Baltimore erupted in violence on Monday as hundreds of rioters looted stores, burned buildings and injured at least 15 police officers following the funeral of a 25-year-old black man who suffered a spinal injury while in police custody. The riots broke out just blocks from the funeral of Freddie Gray...

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    10 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW: Today's guide to the obscure, the possibly relevant and things in between

    1. Jeff Green, general counsel for Grimmway Farms, is an avowing hiking junkie, so it should come as no surprise to anyone he was thrilled to make the acquaintance of a certain famous hiker Monday in San Diego. Green fired off a photo of himself with Aron Ralston, the subject of the 2010 film "127 Hours," who was...

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    STEVEN VAN METRE: Life requires setting spending priorities

    Boomers are called the "sandwich generation" -- often caught between taking care of their children and their aging parents, while planning for their own retirements. A 2014 survey by the non-profit American Consumer Credit Counseling revealed 31 percent of boomer Americans provide some support for their elderly...

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    Governor may speak at Taft oil summit

    Congressman Kevin McCarthy will kick things off and Texas billionaire T. Boone Pickens will be the headliner, but the last word at this fall's West Kern Petroleum Summit may go to Gov. Jerry Brown. After declining an invitation to the previous summit, in 2013, the governor's office has called twice to express...

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    Worth noting: Valley Republic posts record earnings

    Valley Republic Bank achieved a fifth consecutive quarter of record earnings during the first three months of this year, the Bakersfield-based institution reported. The bank said its net income from Jan. 1 to March 31 came to $789,000, 32 percent greater than the same period a year before. With no non-performing or...

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    RUSS ALLRED: 10 tasks to transform your business today

    MBAs plan for the future. On balance, CPAs report what happened in the past. Entrepreneurs ought to learn from both to determine the best activities for today. Following is a list of 10 things you can do today to substantially transform your business for the future: 1. Clean up. Clear your work area and require...

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    ROBIN PAGGI: Employers, make it OK to seek your help for mental illness

    Because of what appears to be the deliberate crash of a plane by an airline pilot who reportedly suffered from depression, the illness is in the news again. While there is speculation the pilot had other problems and the illness had little to nothing to do with the crash, there is still talk about what employers may...

  3. Holly Culhane

    HOLLY CULHANE: Victory in discrimination trial no cause to celebrate

    The nearly month-long drama that unfolded in a San Francisco courtroom captivated Silicon Valley's attention and exposed -- for all the world to see -- the dark underbelly of one of California's most prestigious industries. And while the defendant company won the legal battle, there is little cause to do a victory...

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    HERB BENHAM: Senior discount not worth cost to pride

    I was at the checkout stand at Floyd's, and a friendly woman with her hair pulled back, wearing a red Floyd's vest, rang me up. I bought a broom made from real corn straw, a white switch plate and several half sprinkler heads. "Do you have a rewards card?" she asked. No, I don't. Should I have one? Do I get a prize...

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    OLIVIA GARCIA: 'Lone Survivor' author speaks at local gala

    It may have only been in its second year, but the Red White & Blue Gala held last week at the Crystal Palace showed that Bakersfield truly cares about supporting families who have lost someone in the military. Kudos to E&B Natural Resources Management, a local independent oil and gas company, for putting on the...

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    BAKERSFIELD OBSERVED: A blog about life, media, politics and people

    AIR TRAVEL: I got a glimpse at the future of air travel and, trust me, it's not pretty. On a flight from Denver to Chicago last week, I boarded a beautiful spanking new United Boeing 737 800/900, richly trimmed with leather seats and adorned with soft blue lights. The problem: The seats were so cramped only a would-be...

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    HERB BENHAM: Youth not wasted on the young in this case

    Vernedene looks so good, she almost made me want to give up drinking. She doesn't drink, smoke, eat sweets or, for that matter, sit down. Most people her age -- 96 -- do. They're not only sitting down, they're lying down. Lying down and not getting up. Not that my age group is immune. Vernedene Ebbs would run...

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    LOIS HENRY: Unique beer bottle unearths Bakersfield's brewing history

    Bakersfieldians love their beer. When a city our size outranks Los Angeles, Washington, D.C., and even the "Big Easy" as one of the nation's top beer markets, you know we have some serious brew love goin' on. This isn't a new phenomenon. Back in 1899, Bakersfield's nearly 7,000 residents yearly spent $75,000 ($2...

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    VALERIE SCHULTZ: Whose freedom of religion? Mine or yours?

    Recent quantities of ink spilled and blogs shared over the topic of religious freedom invite the question: What is it we mean when we talk about this particular issue? In America's simplest terms, religious freedom means that no one can force you to go to church, and no one can keep you from going to church. Our First...

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    HS notebook: Injured KV player Medley recovering after surgery on broken right leg

    The cheers inside Rabobank Arena turned to silence in the first half of the U.S. Army All-Star Bowl game on Friday. Kern Valley senior Brennen Medley suffered a broken right tibia on what his father, Scott Pedrow, said was a "freak play" when Medley was sandwiched between two defenders. Medley went through surgery...

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    April 28 community sports announcements, results, accomplishments

    Soccer announcement Central California Aztecs tryouts, ages 7U-14U at at Emerald Cove Park, 4303 Patton Way in Bakersfield: Boys on April 28, and girls April 29. Registration at 5:30 p.m. for both. Contact Ray Sanders (661) 472-5125. Bring a ball and water. Visit ccaztecs.org.  

  3. April 27 high school roundup

    Boys tennis South Sequoia League at Arvin SINGLES First roun: Han, BCHS, d. Garza, Chavez, 6-0, 6-0; Hunter, Shafter, d. Guiterrez, McFarland, 6-0, 6-0; Gioramos, Shafter, d. Mouton, Arvin, 7-, 4-6, 6-2; Covington, Taft, d. Lagula, Kennedy, 6-0, 6-1; Zavala, T, d. Iniquez, M, 6-0, 6-1; Lopez, Wasco, d. Ferris, BCHS,...

  1. BC men's golf finishes 8th at WSC tourney; Choi advances

    The Bakersfield College men's golf team finished in eighth place Monday at the Western States Conference tournament at Rancho Vista Golf Club in Palmdale. The Renegades finished with team score of 809 in the 36-hole tournament on the par-72 course. Jeremy Choi scored a 70 and 78 in his two rounds and is the lone BC...

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    Central Section boys tennis playoff brackets released

    Of the 16 Kern County in the Central Section boys tennis playoffs, Bakersfield Christian, winners of 10 consecutive section title are the lone local team with a No. 1 seed. The Eagles, winners of the last two Division III titles, are in D-II for the first time. The first round of the playoffs begin Wednesday with...

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    Baseball, softball league races heating up with two weeks left

    The baseball and softball races have intriguing matchups with just two week left in the regular season, beginning with games starting Tuesday. In the South Yosemite League baseball, Tehachapi is 8-3 in league games and has a one-game lead over Golden Valley and Ridgeview. The Wolf Pack play at Tehachapi and host the...

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    The Dish: Life a bowl of cherries - and blueberries - at Murray

    It's a bumper crop of good news over at Murray Family Farms. The business is still relishing its victory at last week's Macaroni & Cheese Festival, where its blueberry mac and cheesecake took first place in a public vote. Adam Reed, marketing and tourism manager for the farm, credits a positive attitude for the...

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    PETE TITTL: Crystal Palace brunch is bucking the trend

    It's fascinating to watch what has happened to the Sunday brunch market in our fair city over the past 35 years. We once had a marketplace that, like Las Vegas, favored the lavish spreads. Many restaurants competed for the best-in-town honor by offering virtually anything and everything. The long-time king was the...

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    The great outdoors: BC theater takes center stage

    All that's missing is fireworks. Bakersfield College is reopening its Outdoor Theater on Saturday evening in grand style, with singers and orchestra performing a crowd-pleasing and very symbolic music program. BC is calling the performance "A Noteworthy Event," and will include choral music performed by the combined...

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    Billy Mize movie now available on DVD

    If you missed the two local screenings last year of the wonderful documentary "Billy Mize and the Bakersfield Sound," the film will be available digitally starting Tuesday, and orders for DVD copies can be placed at the movie's website. "The DVDs, they're a little easier to use and they have special features that...

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    Fieri hungry for more hot spots

    When Guy Fieri comes calling, you should expect the unexpected -- from a hand stand-in for the "Diners, Drive-in and Dives" host to a special to-go order of your keftedes. On Friday, in what is likely the final episode featuring Fieri's local adventure, he visits Pyrenees Cafe and Athena's Greek Cafe & Bakery in...

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    Taking clean up a notch at Green Expo

    At some point between picking up the discarded Doritos bags, stained mattresses and fully loaded diapers while serving on the mayor's semimonthly volunteer crew, a thought occurred to Tom Burch about the city's litter problem: "Two weekends a month is not going to clean up Bakersfield." So he mentioned to one of the...

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    I remember when I first learned about the bad thing that happened long ago. It was in the mid-1980s in Tulsa, Okla., where my parents moved to from Beirut shortly before I was born. I became used to falling asleep to the sounds of CNN, our lifeline to a Beirut ravaged by civil war. My parents' worries were palpable....

  2. B.J. MITCHELL: System helps libraries improve service -- and reduce costs

    The article "Survey skips privatization issue" (April 18) asks the question "are officials asking the right questions?" The answer to that is "no." The real question is "how can we improve service while at the same time reducing costs?" A few years ago an academic publisher, JAI Press, published a two-volume set...

  3. OTHER VIEWS: What if Chicago didn't have Lake Michigan?

    The dire California water shortage got us thinking (OK, gloating) about the glory of Chicago: its abundance of water. Specifically, Lake Michigan, the second-biggest Great Lake. Just outside the city's front door sloshes 22,300 square miles of fresh water. That's a staggering 1.3 quadrillion gallons. And beyond its...

  1. MICHAEL GERSON: Instead of finding, we are found by grace

    Most of us have an image of the counterculture, shaped by memory or mythmaking, that involves Haight-Ashbury, flea-market clothing, free love and a haze of pot smoke. But as the counterculture has consumed the culture -- with hipsterism marketed at Urban Outfitters, pre-, non- and extra-marital sex a firmly...

  2. JOE MATHEWS: Inland Empire's big recovery

    The Empire is back. I'm talking not about the new Star Wars movie but about Southern California's Inland Empire. Of course, you shouldn't hold your breath waiting for a statewide celebration of the remarkable economic comeback of the I.E. -- which encompasses Riverside and San Bernardino counties and their 4.4 million...

  3. JACKIE CUSHMAN: New rules, new game for Republican primary

    It's official, the 2016 presidential race is underway. At first glance, the matchup might look similar to the one we saw in each of the last few cycles: the inevitable Democratic nominee against dozens of Republican candidates. But it's not. The Republican National Committee announced in January new rules regarding...

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  1. Family of five suffers smoke inhalation in mobile home fire

    A family of five was hospitalized with smoke inhalation from an electrical fire in a mobile home southeast of McFarland Tuesday morning. Kern County firefighters said the 4 a.m. blaze in the 15000 block of Zachary Avenue destroyed the mobile home. The family managed to get out before firefighters arrived.

  2. Man faces 60 years to life in prison for sexually abusing minors

    A Kern County jury convicted a 35-year-old man of six felonies in connection with sexually abusing two underage girls. The jury found Jesus Rivera guilty of continuous sexual abuse of a child and other charges Friday for abusing the victims, both of whom were under 14 years old, a District Attorney's office news...

  3. Murder trial in alleged DUI crash postponed to July

    The trial date for a motorist accused of traveling up to 128 mph in an alleged drunken driving crash that killed a 22-year-old woman has been postponed to July. Judge John S. Somers allowed the continuance in the trial of Alex Rubio after defense attorney Tony Lidgett said he needs more time to explore discrepancies in...

  1. Library closure, water planning and pot growing law on agenda

    Supervisors could vote to close a library and schedule two very interesting meetings today. The biggest nail biter issue they'll touch on today is the Indian Wells Valley Land Use Plan. They'll set the date for a meeting in Ridgecrest where the full board will hear testimony about land use controls that could rezone...

  2. Delano man accused of assaulting mother arrested following SWAT standoff

    A Delano man accused of assaulting his mother and trying to stab his brother was arrested early Tuesday following a three-hour standoff with police. Edwin Sablas, 46, was booked on suspicion of crimes including elderly abuse and assault with a deadly weapon, Delano police said. After the alleged attack on his mother...

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    Baseball, softball league races heating up with two weeks left

    The baseball and softball races have intriguing matchups with just two week left in the regular season, beginning with games starting Tuesday. In the South Yosemite League baseball, Tehachapi is 8-3 in league games and has a one-game lead over Golden Valley and Ridgeview. The Wolf Pack play at Tehachapi and host the...

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    Merle Haggard finally gets that high school diploma

    Sixty years later, Lillian Haggard Rea is finally off the hook. Merle Haggard's older sister has always regretted having tried to teach her wayward brother a lesson. She has always feared she inadvertently pushed him down the wrong road. Rea, then the registrar at Bakersfield High School, took a counselor's advice...

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    LOIS HENRY: Unique beer bottle unearths Bakersfield's brewing history

    Bakersfieldians love their beer. When a city our size outranks Los Angeles, Washington, D.C., and even the "Big Easy" as one of the nation's top beer markets, you know we have some serious brew love goin' on. This isn't a new phenomenon. Back in 1899, Bakersfield's nearly 7,000 residents yearly spent $75,000 ($2...

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    Amen: City's first new Catholic church in 47 years to open

    It's a day some parishioners thought never would arrive: St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church opens its first permanent buildings this weekend, adding another house of worship to northwest Bakersfield. "Churches are a mainstay of any residential area, and whether or not locals are Catholic, the impact of a church...

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    Feeling overrun by moths? You're not alone.

    Having a bunch of moths hovering over your head would be annoying for anyone, but it's especially unnerving for Arturo Revelo, an attorney who hails from El Salvador. "In my culture, they foretell disaster and doom," he said. "And these suckers are huge!" Revelo really dislikes seeing moths in his office or worse,...

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    PETE TITTL: Crystal Palace brunch is bucking the trend

    It's fascinating to watch what has happened to the Sunday brunch market in our fair city over the past 35 years. We once had a marketplace that, like Las Vegas, favored the lavish spreads. Many restaurants competed for the best-in-town honor by offering virtually anything and everything. The long-time king was the...

  3. Murray Family Farms.JPG

    The Dish: Life a bowl of cherries - and blueberries - at Murray

    It's a bumper crop of good news over at Murray Family Farms. The business is still relishing its victory at last week's Macaroni & Cheese Festival, where its blueberry mac and cheesecake took first place in a public vote. Adam Reed, marketing and tourism manager for the farm, credits a positive attitude for the...

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    The trial date for a motorist accused of traveling up to 128 mph in an alleged drunken driving crash that killed a 22-year-old woman has been postponed to July.

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