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Aurora Woman With Dementia Located After 5 Hours Missing In Boulder - Boulder Daily Camera

Lynne Edith O'Neil, 65, of Aurora, had stepped outside at a family gathering in the area of 30th Street and Jay Road just outside of Boulder at around 4:50 p.m. O'Neil was found five hours later by a Boulder Emergency Squad member as she was walking on Flagstaff Road . "She saw the star on Flagstaff and was walking toward it," said Brian Zeirlein, of the Boulder County Sheriff's Office. Multiple agencies, including Boulder Rural Fire Department, Front Range Rescue Dogs, Boulder Emergency Services and the Boulder Police Department aided the Sheriff's Office in the search, which lasted until close to 10 p.m., when O'Neil was located and driven back to her family.
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A decade of Western aid in Afghanistan - mission unsustainable? - Yahoo News

Krug Grand Cuvee Brut, $199 A nonvintage, entry-level Champagne that sells for more than Dom Perignon? Such is the rare and (deserved) reputation of the House of Krug. A torrent of bubbles carries dusty yeast and fruit aromas. Round, ripe and layered, the palate is filled with lush apple and Asian pear. This wine is well worth the splurge.
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No Huddle: Your New Year's Eve champagne and campaign | The Sierra Vista Herald

In Nasir's case, the hour's drive from the capital to his farm is considered too risky for foreign USAID staff. The problem has become more pressing as foreign troops withdraw at the end of the year, funding for programs drops amid donor fatigue and the government struggles to shake off a reputation as one of the world's most corrupt. Efforts to wean the country off aid have focused on two multi-billion dollar projects to tap Afghanistan's copper and iron ore.
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FOODIE EMPIRE: Another helping of Brandon's Diner - Press Enterprise

Wines range from $20 to $30 a bottle. The owners and operators, Charles Almiron, 35, of Lake Elsinore, and John Maurer, 29, of Murrieta, met while earning their business degrees at the University of Redlands. Almiron, a Temecula native, is partial to both grapes and grain. He helped develop a small craft brewery in Northern California and a burgeoning winery in Temecula. After relocating to Southern California from the Midwest, Maurer began home brewing after exploring the San Diego craft beer scene.
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Perfection at a Price | Three champagnes to keep you bubbly through the holidays | Wine Sipper | Boise Weekly

The cafe stresses to make reservations well in advance for a prime rib meal with a champagne toast for $25 a head. Michael Reeves will provide the brunch time tunes and there will be a aCreate Your Own Centerpiecea contest where diners can customize their own table ornament to bejudgedbyothers. Eight hours later, celebrants can mosey across the street to Hoppina Grapes, the comfortable wine and craft beer spot, for entertainment by Cat Daddy & 12 Barz Blue and some catered eats. Champagne is on the menu around midnight in preparation for a champagne toast. Tickets are sold in advance andatthedoor. If youad prefer to spend your cover toward an actual beverage, then Z-Bar is the spot for you.
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10 fresh, tasty ideas to ring in New Year's - Hawaii Features - Honolulu Star-Advertiser

Nobody is going to blame you if your holiday party spread includes a bowl of mixed nuts, some grapes and a wedge or two of cheese. After all, most people enjoy them and are willing to nibble mindlessly on them. But it is easier than you think to elevate your feast by bolstering those tired party snack cliches with a few more creative offerings. You won't need to work very hard at this. Most holiday party snacks can be assembled in less than 10 minutes, and many can be assembled ahead of time. And the only truly important rule is to make sure everything is neat and easy to eat (one-handing it really is best for party food).
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