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Bear does $7,400 in damage to parked truck

...wipers was sticking out,'' Geier said. ''My first response was to laugh out loud.'' Geier had stopped at McDonald's restaurant before driving to his hunting spot the evening before. The aroma of the meal hastily eaten on the way probably...

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Kenai woman to defend trees at council meeting

...of Homer Electric Association as it moves to bring electricity service to the new Aspen Hotel going up behind McDonald's restaurant. HEA, which already has a 60-foot utility easement through the strip of land all the way from the Kenai Spur...

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Council works buffer compromise

...Sprucewood Glen Subdivision and the city's business district where a new Aspen Hotel is being built behind the McDonald's restaurant. The buffer will extend from approximately Lawton Drive on the north to Tern Avenue on the south. Sprucewood...

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Fairbanks McDonald's fails to mend fences with new barrier

...lumber. ''We are trying to give our neighbors some peace,'' said Cinkosky, who bought all four Interior McDonald's restaurants a year ago, in effect buying into the problem that began so long before. ''It was our decision to go ahead...

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New stores, hotel making progress

...said he was "happy to see dirt being moved," at the site of a new Aspen Hotel to be built behind the Kenai McDonald's restaurant. The three-story, 78-room hotel is being built on private land east of the Three Bears grocery store off...

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French fries, religion mix during weekly gospel show at McDonald's

DAYTON, Tenn. -- On a foggy Thursday night in the town best known for the Scopes Monkey Trial, it's almost gospel time at McDonald's.

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Mayor vetoes sign ordinance

...requires a two-thirds majority of the council. Following the veto Wednesday, Dena Cunningham, owner of the McDonald?s restaurant, said she supports the veto. ?Requiring businesses to replace signs that are in perfectly good working order is ridiculous...

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