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Local election correction

In last week’s issue of The All State, there were several errors printed regarding the elections that took place locally. We apologize for this and offer the following corrected information. Mark Green, Republican from District 22, defeated incumbent Tim Barnes for the State Senate. In District 67, the district in ...

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SAFE program aids veterans, military families on campus

–ccoppedge@my.apsu.edu Situated in a military town, APSU has a large contingent of student veterans, and thus has several programs designed to help them, particularly Soldiers and Families Embraced. SAFE is a program started by APSU’s Wesley Foundation. “We started working with students connected to the military in January of 2010,” ...

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Scammers impersonating Hurricane Sandy charities

On Friday, Nov. 9 the Internal Revenue Service has issued a consumer alert warning about potential scams regarding charitable giving in the wake of Hurricane Sandy’s devastating path through New York and New Jersey. Con artists often impersonate charities to cheat people out of what would be money given in ...

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Election brings major changes to state laws

» By Kristin Jaggers and Chaseton Donahoe –kkittell@my.apsu.edu & cdonahoe@my.apsu.edu President Barack Obama may have sealed himself a second term by a large margin, but voters from different states are still in disagreement over certain hefty social issues. Several states passed initiatives to change legislation regarding gay marriage and state-regulated ...

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North Second Street shooting UPDATE

» By Jenelle Grewell & Brian Bigelow –jgrewell@my.apsu.edu –bbigelow@my.apsu.edu UPDATE 13 Nov. 2012 21 Oct. 2012 Police are investigating a shooting that occurred on Sunday, Oct. 21, around 1:30 a.m., at a residence on the 400 block of North Second Street, which “resulted in a 24 year old man and ...

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Schools welcome international students

Want to see how quickly the look and business model of American public universities are changing? Visit a place like Indiana University. Five years ago, there were 87 undergraduates from China on its idyllic, All-American campus in Bloomington. This year: 2,224. New figures out Monday, Nov. 12 show international enrollment ...

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