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Vivian Mae Daily

...Wisconsin; granddaughters, Pamela Perry of Oregon and Deidra; great-niece, Grace Meyer of Zaventem, Belgium; and great-nephew, Daniel Goodhew of Melbourne, Flarida.Arrangements were by Peninsula Memorial Chapel in Kenai.

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MELBOURNE, Australia - Sloane Stephens sat for nine minutes, mostly staring at the court and trying to forget the curious timing of Victoria...

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Venus, Henin-Hardenne reach Aussie quarters

MELBOURNE, Australia -- Venus Williams had Nicole Pratt sprawling and sighing. Justine Henin-Hardenne was in pain and fearing she was...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/011903/spo_011903spo1010001.shtml
Sports

...stories about strange cultures ("Canada Counts its Caribou"; "New Guinea's Paradise of Birds"; "Sports-Minded Melbourne, Host of the Olympics"). Best of all, the ads were a hoot.For instance, even though it was the 1950s, people were...

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Community

...English, but when they heard the word "shutdown" they frowned and two men gave the thumbs down sign.Jock Holland, of Melbourne, Australia, was touring the American West, heading to Grand Teton from Yellowstone when he encountered a closed park entrance...

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News
Joe Brooking McGaughey

...homesteader and patent holder of a 160-acre homestead on Island Lake Road in Nikiski, died on Saturday March 23, 2013 in Melbourne, Australia, where he had lived for the last 40 years.Mr. McGaughey was 87 years old and is survived by his wife of 65...

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Dazzling opening show is a tribute to Austrailia's long history and culture.

...the Australian people as the Olympic Games returned to the Southern Hemisphere for the first time since they were staged in Melbourne in 1956. The Opening Ceremonies kicked off a 17-day celebration of world sport and signaled the start of a massive party...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/091500/oly_091500oly0030001.shtml
FAA to build remaining half of Bush network

...With ANICS, the FAA owns and maintains its own satellite circuits, saving the agency about $200,000 a year. In 1993, Melbourne, Fla.-based Harris Corp. was awarded a $140 million contract for the ANICS system. The contract was split into two...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/112101/ala_112101ala0010001.shtml
Alaska
World champ squash player hits around in Soldotna

...happening, one must understand who that woman is - Sarah Fitz-Gerald, a five-time world champion squash player from Melbourne, Australia. Just as importantly, one must understand squash. The Babe Ruth of squash Soldotna is not a hotbed of squash...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/sports/2012-07-12/world-champ-squash-player-hits-aro
Sports
With help, friendship grows

...individuals, as well as two churches in Cowgill's native Louisiana and the Christ Is The Answer (CITA) Rescue Mission in Melbourne, Fla. "The World Changers came and tore out walls and replaced walls," Cowgill said. "There was a lot of destruction...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/091807/news_3840.shtml

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