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Too much milk
BOSTON — There’s so much milk flowing out of U.S. cows these days that some is being dumped because dairies can’t find buyers.

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Employers sort out same-sex ruling
The recent U.S. Supreme Court decision guaranteeing same-sex couples throughout the country the right to marry may be a watershed moment for the country, but it’s also adding to the complexity of company employee benefit programs.

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Rain barely dampens fireworks biz
After Cheri Junga watched customers take off their shoes and socks and wade through standing water to get to Phantom Fireworks, she built a makeshift bridge out of pallets and plywood that led to the front door.

Updated 5 hours ago
NASCAR tracks asking fans not to bring Confederate flags
BROOKLYN, Mich. — NASCAR tracks have a message for fans: Please don’t bring a Confederate flag on race day.

Updated 6 hours ago
Roster in flux
There was plenty of activity in the Mud Hens clubhouse before Thursday’s game, which Indianapolis won 7-3.

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Delta to honor businessman Harmon
DELTA — Jim Harmon had given so much of his time, effort, and financial resources to Delta High School and its athletic programs over the years that it was time for a proper thank you.

Published 6 hours ago
Vigil honors Charleston victims
In the foyer of Warren African Methodist Episcopal Church Thursday evening, people of different creeds quietly signed the same banner, writing their blessings and prayers to Emmanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, S.C.

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Sam gets birthday cake of ice at zoo
Sam, the Toledo Zoo’s male white rhinoceros, doesn’t get to blow out candles on a cake for his 42nd birthday. Instead, he pushed around his apples, bananas, cantaloupe, and honeydew melon, encased in an ice pyramid, with his snout, in a wild celebration.

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State moves to replace embattled school test
COLUMBUS — A controversial statewide assessment test that Ohio used for one year in K-12 schools might have been fixable, but it had become too toxic to continue, said the chairman of a Senate committee examining state testing.

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101-year-old veteran receives WWII medals
In war, there's little time to think about fear or to worry about what might happen.

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