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January 11, 1994 | RHONDA HILLBERY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Calling himself a defender of the invisible victims of domestic abuse, a Minnesota man with a mission--and an assault record--has opened what may be the first battered men's shelter in the United States. George Gilliland Sr. and a group of volunteers are busy painting, carpeting and furnishing the Men's Shelter of Minnesota in a Victorian house in the city's working-class East Side.
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January 11, 1994 | RHONDA HILLBERY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Calling himself a defender of the invisible victims of domestic abuse, a Minnesota man with a mission--and an assault record--has opened what may be the first battered men's shelter in the United States. George Gilliland Sr. and a group of volunteers are busy painting, carpeting and furnishing the Men's Shelter of Minnesota in a Victorian house in the city's working-class East Side.
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January 20, 1996 | From Times Wire Services
Winter whipsawed through much of the nation Friday, sending Midwestern temperatures crashing 58 degrees in one Illinois town and melting blizzard snow into flash floods in the East. Several towns in West Virginia were warned to evacuate after the Greenbrier and Potomac rivers jumped their banks. In Keyser, helicopters lifted some people to safety, and some residents had to be removed by boat in Parsons when the Cheat River flooded.
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January 21, 1996 | From Times Wire Services
Winter whipsawed through much of the nation Friday, sending Midwestern temperatures crashing 58 degrees in one Illinois town and melting blizzard snow into flash floods in the East. Several towns in West Virginia were warned to evacuate after the Greenbrier and Potomac rivers jumped their banks. In Keyser, helicopters lifted some people to safety, and some residents had to be removed by boat in Parsons when the Cheat River flooded.
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