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Customers who would like to pay over the phone should call 805-875-8255 or 805-875-8259 and are asked to be patient, as the city’s billing and treasury divisions have been experiencing a heavy influx of calls.

Lompoc native, Wanda Ruth Pendley, passed away peacefully on November 2, 2020. Born in Lompoc 93 years ago to Charlotte (Reed) and Clarence Co…

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Setting aside money for an extended period is tough because it requires discipline and the willingness to make sacrifices and to forego unnecessary spending. Here are some tricks.

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Tubman died on March 10, 1913, in Auburn, New York. It's the reason the U.S. celebrates her achievements on this day. Before her death, she underwent brain surgery because of the head injuries she sustained early in her life.

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Higgins adds a dimension to the Bills offense it currently doesn't possess. He is a big-play machine with elite size (6-foot-4, 216 pounds) and speed. He has an "above the rim" mentality as a former basketball player and would be a steal this low in the first round. Top needs: WR, OG, LB

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Sprint customers will get a T-Mobile bill, but that transition may take a few years. If you are a T-Mobile customer, you might not see many changes. However, because the goal of the takeover is to roll out a next-generation, 5G cellular network, subscribers of both are ultimately expected to get faster service.

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The last of four straight defeats for the Bills in the big game. Emmitt Smith capping an MVP season with an MVP in the Super Bowl. The Triplets at their very best.

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Check in with your carrier at least twice a year to be sure you’re getting the best available deal on wireless service. Ask customer service reps to guide you. There is intense competition between carriers and they are always offering new, cheaper plans with more features, but you must opt-in to take advantage of them.

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In Paul's retelling, though, the details of Bill's unraveling are left vague. He mentions that his "shaky grip on physical health ... slipped through his fingers." He spends some time recounting his inability to comprehend the passing of time, writing "Bill denied that anyone he loved had died; could not understand why anyone would fill with gas at four bucks a gallon when "Johnny's Standard sells it for 27 cents;" and still "drove" his 1968 Dodge Charger."

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This is the story of three bills that, while superficially distinct, reflect the expansive tenor of the Legislature’s Democratic majority — a belief that making government larger and/or more intrusive is beneficial. However, all three flunk the smell test, and two of them fell by the wayside before the Legislature adjourned last week. 

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Asked if she was surprised that the latest mass shootings in California, Ohio and Texas hadn't spurred Congress to act on gun violence, Hockley said the conversation around guns is slowly changing.

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A study by the Health Care Cost Institute found that one in seven patients received a surprise bill even though the care was delivered at an in-network hospital.

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