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Kickers Headed to U.S. Open Cup Semis
TAMPA, Fla. – USL PRO’s Richmond Kickers continued their remarkable run in the 2011 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup with a 2-0 victory against Sporting Kansas City of MLS in the quarterfinals on Tuesday night at LIVESTRONG Sporting Park. The defeat was the first for Kansas City at their outstanding new stadium since it opened last month.
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CoBiz Financial Invites You to Join Its Second Quarter 2011 Conference Call
In conjunction with CoBiz Financial’s second quarter earnings release on Thursday, July 21, you are invited to listen to the company’s conference call on Friday, July 22 at 12:00 pm ET with Steve Bangert, CoBiz chairman and CEO.
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BJ’s Restaurants, Inc. Announces Date for Second Quarter 2011 Earnings Release and Conference Call
HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. — BJ’s Restaurants, Inc. today announced that it will release its second quarter 2011 results after the market closes on Thursday, July 21, 2011. The Company will host an investor conference call at 2:00 p.m. that same day.
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Three more US banks shut down
US regulators have announced the failure of three more banks in the states of Illinois and Colorado as the country’s financial institutions continue to struggle with the weak economy.
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Louisville firm fights to end overseas piracy
From its landlocked office building in Louisville — some 8,800 miles away from the piracy epicenter in eastern Africa — the nonprofit foundation Oceans Beyond Piracy is working to end the scourge of modern-day piracy.
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School sports could evolve
One of the kids down the street from you could be the best judo competitor in the world, but he or she will never be a part of a high school state championship. In Hawaii, that’s not the case.
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Unemployment fraud is targeted
PROVIDENCE – A nationwide crackdown is coming for people fraudulently drawing unemployment payments – those who were never eligible and workers who keep getting checks after they return to work – a $ 17 billion benefits swindle last year alone, say federal officials.
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Crew Review
Next game: at Vancouver Whitecaps
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Loser Pays Governor Signs Anti-SLAPP Law; Hypocrisy In Action
Governor Rick Perry signed the Texas Citizen Participation Act (HB 2973) giving protection to parties targeted by Strategic Lawsuits Against Public Participation, or “SLAPP” suits – suits intended to censor, intimidate and silence citizens who exercise their First Amendment rights by burdening them with the cost of a legal defense until they abandon their criticism or opposition. The plaintiff’s …
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Baseball roundup: A look at Sunday’s games
From all-star votes to home runs, Jose Bautista keeps putting up big numbers.
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Randy Schachtili, former Vail Valley resident, 1926-2011
Randy passed away Father’s Day, June 19, doing what he loved, spending time with Jane, his wife of more than 63 years. At 84, he lived a long and interesting life and touched the lives of all who knew and loved him. Born in Ashevi Copyright 2011 Vail Daily. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Vail Daily Randy …
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E-mail letters, June 27 2011
On June 20, the Mesa County commissioners voted to approve a resolution declaring their support for the Taxpayer Bill Of Rights.
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Driver hailed as hero for bus rescue
A local Pflugerville man is being called a hero after saving a bus full of campers from a burning blaze.
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Potts, Wassner win Philadelphia Triathlon
Andy Potts calls triathlon a “family and friends kind of sport” because it’s out of the mainstream. That truly was the case for the top male and female finisher at Sunday’s Philadelphia Insurance Triathlon.

The Week Ahead: Debt talk crunch time
Debt talks move to the White House; Michelle Obama visits Chamber; and Robert Gates ends tenure at Pentagon. Read more…
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This Hour: Latest New Mexico news, sports, business and entertainment
Video of a University of New Mexico football player who was arrested after wearing saggy pants onto a plane at San Francisco airport shows him insisting that his pants were up and he had done nothing wrong.
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Damaged railroad trestle reopens
The full route of the historic Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad will be open for the first time in a year after repairs were completed to a fire-damaged trestle.
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Frazar wins first PGA title
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — Harrison Frazar won his first PGA Tour title in his 355th tournament, beating Robert Karlsson with a par on the third hole of a sudden-death playoff Sunday at the St. Jude Classic.
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Back pain sends Jenks to 15-day DL
Red Sox Also: Exposito in emergency role NEW YORK – Boston Red Sox reliever Bobby Jenks is on the 15-day disabled list again with tightness in his back and catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia was sent to the hospital yesterday because he was feeling sick. Jenks left Tuesday night’s game against the New York Yankees after throwing only four pitches in the seventh inning and said it was a flare-up of an …
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Red Sox RHP Jenks on DL; Saltalamacchia sick
MIKE FITZPATRICK AP Sports Writer NEW YORK Boston Red Sox reliever Bobby Jenks is on the 15-day disabled list again with tightness in his back and catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia was sent to the hospital Wednesday because he was feeling sick. Jenks left Tuesday night’s game against the New York Yankees after throwing only four pitches in the seventh inning and said it was a flare-up of an injury …
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Aging Well: Conference highlights caregiver resources, support
Living in the Yampa Valley, we accept many things, including long winters, delayed springs and limited services to help us through difficult times. The challenges of living in geographically-isolated communities can be particularly hard on the elderly, people with health problems and, especially, family members who care for these individuals.
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Boys & Girls Clubs operates three facilities in Tri-state
FUN AND GAMES: Young members of the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Colorado River play four-square Wednesday at the Bullhead City facility. NEIL YOUNG/The Daily News
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MLB roundup
Rangers 7, Royals 6: ARLINGTON — Mike Napoli slid under the tag of catcher Brayan Pena on Elvis Andrus’ two-out single in the ninth inning, giving Texas a come-from-behind victory over Kansas City. Nelson Cruz led off the ninth with a tying home ru …
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Big 12 Conference Not Changing Name
The Big 12 Conference announced on Monday that it will keep the name “Big 12,” despite only having 10 teams.
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Zipnosis looks to zip its way across the U.S.
Zipnosis, an online diagnosis and treatment startup, is in a race to expand across the country before getting swamped by competing services cropping up.
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Preacher now says world will end in October
A California preacher who foretold of the world’s end only to see the appointed day pass with no extraordinarily cataclysmic event has revised his apocalyptic prophecy, saying he was off by five months and the Earth actually will be obliterated on Oct. 21.
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