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Intelligencer Journal, ISSN 0889-4140, 11/2001
The fire started after [Lolanda Reinsmith] left an unattended candle burning in a bedroom while she took a bath, said Michael Hearn, Neffsville Community Fire... 
Newspaper Article
Cognitive Brain Research, ISSN 0926-6410, 2003, Volume 17, Issue 2, pp. 447 - 453
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Intelligencer Journal, ISSN 0889-4140, 04/2003
  The fire started accidentally inside the kitchen of [Nevin G. Poff]'s second- floor apartment at 714 Fourth St. shortly before 10:30 p.m. Tuesday. Poff was... 
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Intelligencer Journal, ISSN 0889-4140, 04/2004
Battalion Chief Brian Klugh, City of Lancaster Bureau of Fire, said a woman left a hot frying pan unattended, which led to a grease fire. Flames spread when... 
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Intelligencer Journal, ISSN 0889-4140, 08/2004
  [Richard J. Gregg]'s girlfriend, Kim Consoli, 36, of Bainbridge, reported him missing Monday to Northwest Regional police. The couple had been staying at the... 
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Intelligencer Journal, ISSN 0889-4140, 08/2005
BRETT LOVELACE Pennsylvania state police say they might launch an internal investigation into the actions of three troopers who were successfully sued for... 
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01/2009, ISBN 9781109109115
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01/2013, ISBN 9781781904275, Volume 25
Response to Intervention (RtI) is a systematic approach that provides a framework for addressing student learning, allows for accountable decision-making based... 
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Tri - State Defender, 06/2014, Volume 63, Issue 23
  Tim Duncan started the sniping, claiming the Spurs will "do it this time" and topple the defending champs. Le-Bron James countered, claiming the Spurs don't... 
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The Examiner, 10/2015
  Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush returned to New Hampshire one day after the third Republican debate to deliver the message that "Jeb can fix it." 
Debates | Bills
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PLoS Pathogens, ISSN 1553-7366, 06/2016, Volume 12, Issue 6, p. e1005643
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The Examiner, 05/2016
  Pence, once thought to be a dark horse for the GOP presidential nomination in 2016, looks poised to become one of the most vulnerable Republican governors in... 
Candidates | Governors | Polls & surveys
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The Examiner, 07/2016
  Donald Trump selected Indiana Gov. Mike Pence to serve as his running mate on top of the Republican ticket, the presumptive GOP nominee announced on Twitter... 
Candidates | Nominations | Political campaigns | Governors
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The Examiner, 07/2016
  First elected in 2012 , he would have been up for re-election in 2016 but state law bars Pence from being on the ballot as a candidate for both vice... 
Nominations | Presidential elections | Freedom of religion | Primaries & caucuses | Governors | Evangelicalism | Bills | Candidates | State elections
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The Examiner, 11/2016
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