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Abundant sunshine. Highs in the upper 40s and lows in the mid 20s.

Humidity:53%
Cloud Coverage:2%
Wind:N at 9 mph
Chance of Snow:0%
UV Index:4 Moderate
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Sunset:05:44:55 PM

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Lost Purple Heart medal found in Newton County returned to Jasper County family

MOROCCO — A Purple Heart medal that had been separated from a Jasper County family for more than 13 years came back home at a return ceremo… Read more

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City council to meet Monday, March 5

RENSSELAER — The Rensselaer City Council will meet Monday, March 5 in the City Hall Chambers. A Board of Works meeting will be held at 5:30… Read more

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In contentious climate bill, some points of possible agreement

WASHINGTON — Republicans greeted climate legislation from their Democratic peers with a cold embrace, calling it a “one-size-fits-all” approach. Nevertheless, some elements of the bill have a shot at bipartisan support, including electricity standards, carbon-trapping technology, toxic chemicals, a diesel emissions program and controls on methane. The bill, which Energy and Commerce Committee ... Read more

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State lawmakers split over need for federal aid

Despite the coronavirus pandemic, Utah’s economy is growing. Fewer than 4% of state residents are unemployed. Lawmakers are expecting a budget surplus of $1.5 billion from income and sales tax revenue. That’s a lot of money for a state of roughly 3 million people. “It’s hard to believe, quite honestly,” said Utah state Senate President Stuart Adams, a Republican. Not all states have fared so ... Read more

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Fox News' scrappy White House correspondent grills Biden, who plays along anyway

Whenever President Joe Biden leaves a stage or lectern after an appearance in front of the media, the last voice viewers hear usually belongs to Fox News White House correspondent Peter Doocy. In a post-Trump age when reporters are no longer dealing with a tsunami of misinformation or general hostility toward their trade, Doocy has emerged as an old-school, combative correspondent, peppering ... Read more

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