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Savannah, Georgia · Savannah
What’s open and closed on Presidents’ Day
The holiday commemorates the birthdays of America's 16th President, Abraham Lincoln, and America's 1st President, George Washington. Most big retailers and big box stores will remain open today, while local retailers might operate on a modified schedule or be closed. UPS and FedEx will deliver mail and their respective stores will be open today.See the Story
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State high school wrestling tournament - semifinal matches
The top seeds in both Division I and Division II tournaments advanced on Wednesday night. Sussex Central won the first eight weight classes to put the match away before Sussex Tech could win a bout. Cape Henlopen took four straight bouts in the middle of a back and forth match taking eight of the fourteen bouts. The state semifinals will be held on Saturday at Smyrna High School.See the Story
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Broken Bow · Broken Bow
Nebraska Weekly Gas Price Update
Average gasoline prices in Nebraska have risen 9.5 cents per gallon in the last week, averaging $2.94/g today, according to GasBuddy's survey of 1,150 stations in Nebraska. Prices in Nebraska are 16.2 cents per gallon higher than a month ago…See the Story
Broken Bow · Broken Bow
Local EMTs may implement interlocal agreements
Custer County EMS units are discussing whether or not to implement interlocal agreements to make sure emergency calls can be answered as quickly as possible. What would it entail? What is the cost? Read about it in the Feb. 15,…See the Story
Results are in for Sequoyah, LeFlore County elections
Earlier today voters in Eastern Oklahoma were able to cast their ballot on multiple issues and candidates. In the City of Sallisaw, two council members seats were filled. The Central Public School District approved a $705,000 bond issue to fund school improvement projects. For Poteau Public Schools, the Board Member - Office No. 4 position was open.See the Story
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