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March 31, 2015
Camden News

Kelly has 100th birthday

CAMDENKelly has 100th birthday Susieanna Kelly, seated second from left, enjoys eating her birthday cake with family at Silver Oaks Nursing and Rehabilitation during her 100th birthday party celebration on Friday.

National Dig Safe Month

CAMDENNational Dig Safe Month Camden Mayor Marie Trisollini, seated, signs a proclamation declaring April as National Safe Digging Month in the city as CenterPoint Energy Operation Supervisor Tony Donahoe, left, and Area Manager Mike Cash ...

Hole-in-one vehicle

CAMDENHole-in-one vehicle Camden Kiwanis Club members, from left, Jim Coleman, Nick Tuberville, Krissy Bassetti and Chuck Sponer (far right), along with Country Club pro shop worker Tony Tucker (second from right) pose with the brand ...

U.S. & World News Digest, 3-31

Couple withdraw pleas in woman’s death case STROUDSBURG, Pa. (AP) — A man and woman from northeastern Pennsylvania have withdrawn their guilty pleas in the death of an elderly stroke victim in their care. Forty-five-year-old John Tedesco and 38-year-old Tina Tedesco had pleaded guilty to third-degree charges in Monroe County in January in the August 2011 death of 70-year-old Barbara Rabins. John Tedesco withdrew the plea earlier this month while Tina Tedesco withdrew her plea ...

Clinton used iPad for email, personal chats

WASHINGTON (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton emailed her staff on an iPad as well as a BlackBerry while secretary of state, despite her explanation she exclusively used a personal email address on a home-brew server so that she could carry a single device, according to documents obtained by The Associated Press.

Hogs like more relaxed schedule

FAYETTEVILLE - After two weeks playing games Tuesdays through Saturdays, the Arkansas Razorbacks relish playing just one midweek nonconference game before a traditional Friday through Sunday 3-game SEC weekend instead of the made for TV Thursdays through Saturdays of the past two weeks.

Can money really be speech?

A candidate for the Republican nomination for president wants greater freedom for the wealthy to give unlimited cash to campaigns. U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, in a presumed presidential campaign stop in New Hampshire recently, commented that allowing unlimited cash contributions to candidates should be as much a part of the political process as placing a campaign sign in the front yard. Only a Texas Republican could say that.