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TV cooking star Rachael Ray helps struggling Ohio town still ravaged by loss of major employer

Television cooking star Rachael Ray is boosting the local food supply for a struggling Ohio town.

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TV cooking star Rachael Ray helps struggling Ohio town still ravaged by loss of major employer

Source: Yahoo! News Canada, Wed November 11, 2009
Television cooking star Rachael Ray is boosting the local food supply for a struggling Ohio town.

Blind Marching Band to Participate in Rose Parade

Source: Guideposts, Tue November 10, 2009
The only blind marching band in the country -- and possibly the world -- wants to show the world that their talents have no limits.

Virus Is Found in Many With Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Source: New York Times, Sat October 10, 2009
Many people with chronic fatigue syndrome are infected with a little known virus that may cause or at least contribute to their illness, researchers are reporting.

Feds designate $320 million to improve Mississippi River water quality

Source: San Luis Obispo Tribune, Wed September 30, 2009
The river that begins as a trickle in Itasca State Park in Minnesota and ends 2,350 miles later at the Gulf of Mexico will get a $320 million infusion from the federal government to improve water quality.

Record-setting denim donation to help homes hit by disasters

Source: CNN, Mon August 17, 2009
More than 33,000 items of old denim -- jeans, hats and jackets -- were sent to Washington in a recycling effort that will benefit disaster-struck homes, officials said.

From the Ashes of ’69, a River Reborn

Source: New York Times, Wed June 24, 2009
The first time Gene Roberts fell into the Cuyahoga River, he worried he might die. The year was 1963, and the river was still an open sewer for industrial waste. Walking home, Mr. Roberts smelled so bad that his friends ran to stay upwind of him.

$9 flights from JetAmerica on sale now

Source: Cheapflights.com, Wed May 27, 2009
JetAmerica, the low-cost carrier which is said to have been modeled after low-cost European carrier Ryanair, is selling $9 flights from New York, Detroit, Orlando, Michigan and Minneapolis starting today (May 27).

WindCube Generates Electricity in Moderate Wind

Source: Alternative Energy, Tue May 19, 2009
Wind power is the fastest growing industry in the alternative energy sector.

Ohio Cafe Owner Lets Customers Pick Prices (w/Video)

Source: KTVU, Wed March 18, 2009
Kettering, Ohio, USA - A cafe owner in Ohio is trying a new technique to keep customers happy -- he's letting them name their own price for their food and drinks.

Chain Results in 10 Kidney Swaps Among Strangers

Source: ABC News, Sun March 15, 2009
Petoskey, Michigan, USA - When Matthew Jones decided to donate a kidney to a stranger, the Michigan father of five had no idea he'd be starting a lifesaving, "pay it forward" chain.

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