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Photo: N/A, License: N/A, Created: 2014:04:01 19:37:35 Longtime Sayre Theatre manager Margie Ross is no longer with the theater, officials confirmed Thursday. Elaine Poost, executive director of the Bradford County Regional Arts Council, confirmed that Ross is no longer the theater's manager. The BCRAC owns (read more)
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Ray Rice of the Baltimore Ravens received a standing ovation from fans when he appeared Monday at practice. They, at least, were able to stand. No so Mr. Rice's then-fianceé, Jayna Palmer. As the infamous Feb. 15 security video from an Atlantic City ho (read more)

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