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January 16, 2019
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Updated: Jan. 16 (12:00)

Firefighters quickly douse garage fire in Pollock
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Man seriously hurt in wreck
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City Chapter Vice President Vacancy
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Update General President vacancy
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Kochs and DeVos are funding group discrediting teacher strikes
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