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Cosmos shined brightly in soccer universe (USA Today)
Once upon a time, 77,691 people packed New Jersey's Giants Stadium to watch soccer. The year was 1977, and yes, the place was sold out, packed to the rafters with fans of a sport that today with all due respect to Major League Soccer remains largely the domain of minivan driving moms and their broods.
Storm savvy?: Local businesses bone up (Gainesville Sun)
LT Kids Grown Ups Too! was without power for almost a week after Hurricane Frances in 2004. Manager Gail Gruver said, "Our power source was somehow connected to three different electrical stations so all three had to be up and going before we had any electricity.
Accountability Adds Up As Anti-Spam Tactic (Investor's Business Daily via Yahoo! News)
Phillip Hallam-Baker is a first responder to an identity crisis.
AG candidate Jeff Johnson stumps on issue of meth (Fergus Falls Daily Journal)
Republican candidate and Detroit Lakes native Jeff Johnson is traveling the state, continuing his fight against meth, and is confident he’ll be elected as the next Minnesota State Attorney General.
Last gasp in fight for farm (Los Angeles Daily News)
SOUTH LOS ANGELES - When the bulldozer came to destroy the South Central Farm on Wednesday, the movie stars had gone home, the activists had moved on and only the diehards remained.