Butler County Times Gazette
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The 17th annual Butler Benefit Auction raised nearly $200,000, a new record

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President Barack Obama has proposed a $17.5 billion NASA budget for 2015. While the science community debates the gains and losses reflected in the funding, one new area of interest is to start planning on a trip to a world of water.

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As the leader and organizer of a meeting, it’s your responsibility to make sure the meeting runs smoothly. As you may expect, running high-quality and efficient meetings has many professional advantages, including the following:

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There is a movement afoot in the legal community to simplify the writing and speech of lawyers. Legalese has been condemned from every quarter, including the U.S Supreme Court. When Justice Antonin Scalia was asked what characterized good legal...

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It’s probably safe to say there are more people who love Wes Anderson’s films than hate them. I’m of the former group, but I do have friends who are in the latter. They’re the grumpy folks who have no use for whimsicality or bright pastel colors or...

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Tip of the WeekShoveling snow, scraping windshields and running from the car to the office burns calories, but enough is enough. We can’t take it anymore, winter! We’re tired. We’re cold. We want spring! But alas, it’s only March.

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Word of the Day

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Here’s the quick, easy way to tell the difference between the good guy, the bad guy, and the innocent guy in this supposed throwback to the fast car movies of the 1970s. The innocent guy is smiling, the good guy is glowering and the bad guy is...

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One doesn’t just walk in and sit down at a Godfrey Reggio film hoping to be entertained. It’s more likely that you’re going to be fascinated, mesmerized, stunned. Or you might get up and walk out before it’s half over. Yes, his approach to film – no...

Updated at 12:43 AM

HUTCHINSON — After seeing the higher seeds upset in the first two games of the day, the Hesston Swather girls were determined to avoid the upset bug, jumping to a 20-3 lead en route to a 58-34 win over Douglass Thursday in the...

Posted at 11:00 PM

Circle has been selected as a finalist among schools representing 16 states

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