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Photo: N/A, License: N/A, Created: 2014:07:21 06:37:45 TROY - Everything was back Monday: the cows, the pigs, the sheep, the rides, the games, the tractors, the cotton candy, and the funnel cakes. And, of course, the people - the 4-H'ers, the families, the vendors, and the volunteers returned, too. Fair week (read more)
TROY - Those who walked into a screened tent Monday at the Troy Fair entered a place of delicate winged creatures. This was the realm of the Painted Lady butterflies. With colorful orange, black and white wings, they flitted here and there to the delig (read more)

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Opponents of minimum wage increases always contend that the policy inevitably leads to massive job losses, even though there is no record of that. Critics seized on a Congressional Budget Office report early this year, which predicted that increasing th (read more)

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