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In this July 20, 2014 photo, gun dealer Mel Bernstein carries box for a rifle while making a sale at his store, Dragonman's, east of Colorado Springs, Colo. When Colorado lawmakers expanded background checks on firearms last year, they were expecting a huge increase. But the actual number the first 12 months of the law is far lower than projected, according to an analysis of state data by The Associated Press. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)
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Kiwanis evens series with Eagles
Blake Beal outdueled Brenton Miller in a finely pitched game Wednesday night at Memorial Field to lead Kiwanis to a 4-2 victory over the Cresaptown Eagles and tie their best-of-three Hot Stove League playoff series at a game apiece.
- Sports Calendar - 07/25/2014
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- Northside wins, 12-3, advances to title series
- Kiwanis evens series with Eagles
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If a survey conducted by Thumbtack.com and the Kaufman Foundation is an accurate portrayal, Maryland has a long way to go to become a business-friendly state.
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Peanuts and Cracker Jack beat any foam finger
Times have changed, and for the better, as this week marks the third year in a row NFL training camps have opened and have not taken center stage in the cities of Baltimore, Pittsburgh and Washington. That, of course, is due to the play of the three baseball teams that inhabit said cities, the Orioles, the Pirates and the Nationals — two of whom hold first place in their respective divisions, with the other one entering play on Wednesday just 2 1/2 games out of first.
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- Peanuts and Cracker Jack beat any foam finger
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