|Dubai Destination Colt Tops Tattersalls October Sale's Second Day (BloodHorse)
|There was no six-figure transaction Wednesday, but the results were more solid during the second session of the Tattersalls October yearling sale in England. The average price rose 18% rise from last year to 135,097 guineas.
|Conference planned to help home schoolers (The News-Review)
|GREEN: The Douglas County Home Education Conference will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at Green Community Church, 3777 Carnes Road.
|Drunk of the Week (Denver Westword)
|Waiting in line for tickets was one of the most worthwhile pastimes of my underage drinking years. But great seats (and drunks) weren't the only objective: Camping out overnight was a social event.
|Starting Thursday, sales tax holiday covers energy-efficient appliances (Sun-Sentinel)
|Buying a new refrigerator or air conditioner has never been so cool: Beginning Thursday, Floridians who buy certain energy-efficient appliances will save sales tax and help lower their electric bills.
|Antitrust Wait for IBM Buy Expires (AP via Yahoo! Finance)
| Internet Security Systems Inc., a network monitoring and analysis services company, said Wednesday a regulatory antitrust waiting period for its sale to International Business Machines Corp. has expired.
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