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Red Dresses at First Ladies Library

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  • Red Dresses for Heart Truths Exhibit at First Ladies Library
  • 12/10/2008
  • Album ID: 652299
  • Photos by Scott Heckel/The Repository

Countywide Landfill

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  • A tour of Countywide Landfill
  • 12/9/2008
  • Album ID: 649451
  • Photos by Stan Myers

237th Support Battalion Welcome Home

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  • 12/8/2008
  • Album ID: 651024
  • Photos by Michael Balash

North Canton Pastor in Mumbai, India

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  • The Rev. Larry Morrison, senior pastor of Faith United Methodist Church in North Canton, and his wife, Cheryl Sanger-Morrison, are cofounders of the Vine and Branch India Ministry, a mission in Mumbai India, where they serve the Dalit people. Mumbai is recovering from recent terror attacks in which more than 150 people were killed. The Morrisons were in Mumbai in September, where they took these photos:
  • 12/4/2008
  • Album ID: 648776
  • Photos by Rev. Larry Morrison

Daily Photos Repository November 2008

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  • Daily Photos Repository November 2008
  • 11/30/2008
  • Album ID: 627599
  • Photos by Ray Stewart

Plans for Hoover Property Announced

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  • North Canton Mayor David Held and principal shareholder of the Hoover facility, Stu Lichter, announce plans during a press conference Thursday.
  • 11/14/2008
  • Album ID: 635843
  • Photos by Scott Heckel

Sgt. Nicholas Casey Funeral

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  • 11/8/2008
  • Album ID: 632146
  • Photos by Ray Stewart/ Canton Repository

Election 2008 Associated Press Photos

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  • Election 2008 Associated Press
  • 11/5/2008
  • Album ID: 629014

Election 2008 in Stark County

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  • Election 2008 in Stark County
  • 11/5/2008
  • Album ID: 629293
  • Photos by repository Staff Photographers

Barack Obama Visits Canton

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  • Barack Obama came to Canton on Monday afternoon, delivering a half-hour speech that his campaign had billed as a "closing argument" in his bid to become president just eight days before the election. The Democratic nominee, focusing almost entirely on the weakened economy, continued his populist argument that government should play an important role in improving people's lives, before an audience of about 4,900 at Memorial Civic Center.
  • 11/4/2008
  • Album ID: 623085
  • Photos by Repository Staff Photographers Scott Heckel and Mike Balash
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