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Washington Times

Customs and Border Protection official: 130 miles of border won't need wall
Washington Times
Homeland Security said Tuesday that at least 130 miles of the U.S.-Mexico border have enough natural barriers that there's no need to build a wall there — leaving most of the 1,954-mile divide as potential ground for a fence. Customs and Border ...
Trump Administration to Start Building Border Wall Prototypes This SummerDaily Beast
Construction on Trump's border wall to begin by SeptemberChicago Tribune
Prototypes for Trump's Mexico border wall to be built by SeptemberThe Guardian
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Notre Dame Official Athletic Site

Kiefer Named Nominee For NCAA Woman of the Year
Notre Dame Official Athletic Site
... has been part of the Fighting Irish athletics communications team since 2014 and coordinates communications efforts for the Notre Dame women's soccer, men's tennis, women's tennis and fencing programs. Norell is a 2011 graduate of Purdue University ...

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WSBT-TV

Mishawaka's JoJo Conway eyes 2nd national fencing championship
WSBT-TV
In her six years of fencing, JoJo has medaled at 62 different tournaments including a national championship in 2015, a moment that was an eye opener for the young fencing phenom. "It kind of just made me realize that I had a shot of being really good ...


KRQE News 13

State hopes fence will curb illegal dumping in Sandoval County
KRQE News 13
RIO RANCHO, N.M. (KRQE) – Since people can't behave themselves and keep dumping their trash on state land, the state is going to start fencing people out. That's what's about to happen on the outskirts of Rio Rancho. The site along Rainbow Boulevard is ...
State Land Office, Zia Pueblo work to curb illegal dumpingSanta Fe New Mexican

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FOX31 Denver

Pearl Harbor survivor forced to remove fencing gets help
FOX31 Denver
But Danford and his neighbors are being expected to move their fencing out or pay to have it done. “We saw the story,” good Samaritan Joan Pallone said. “We were moved and we said, 'Let's go help this guy.'” Longtime Broomfield residents Joan and Al ...

 




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