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OMAHA — With eight minutes remaining in regulation, a frustrated Lexington side had outshot Omaha Roncalli Catholic 12 to two and had dominate…

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Meat inspector Alfreda Dennis-Bowyer was looking forward to getting a paycheck- finally. She's a U.S. Agriculture Department employee in Delaware with four decades of experience, and during the 35-day partial government shutdown she stayed on the job, working overtime, even though she wasn't getting paid. When the shutdown ended, she expected to get all her back pay in a lump sum - about $9,000.

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