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    M-OliverTransitCtrThis week KMAS had the opportunity to tour the construction site of the Mason County Transit Authority's Transit-Community Center Project, located at 601 W. Franklin Street. MTA Development Manager Mike Oliver led a tour which showed off many of the features… Read More +

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  • Which QB Will No. 20 Utah Choose For Oregon State?

    footballcollegeThe big mystery for Thursday night's game between No. 20 Utah and Oregon State is who the Utes will start at quarterback. The depth chart lists Travis Wilson "or" Kendal Thompson, and earlier this week coach Kyle Whittingham wasn't giving away his choice. The 6-foot-7 Wilson has thrown for 788 yards and seven touchdowns this season, starting all five games for the Utes.

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PayPal Apologizes for Costly Mistake

b_250_0_16777215_00_images_obgrabber_2013-07_eb5075dd25.jpgiStockphoto/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- A Pennsylvania man was briefly the richest man in the world -- or maybe the poorest. Chris Reynolds opened his PayPal statement and was shocked to read that he had $92 quadrillion in his account. “Well, initially I was a little jolted because I saw a negative number in front of a lot of digits and I just decided to have a little fun with it,” Reynolds said.

He posted a copy of the statement on Facebook, which garnered a few laughs from his friends.

The actual amount read “-92, 233, 720, 368, 547, 800.00.” PayPal immediately recognized the error and sought to rectify the situation. “PayPal was really good by the way,” Reynolds assured. “They apologized for any inconvenience.” The public relations executive used to use PayPal when he bought vintage car parts and other supplies through eBay because the companies have a joint venture together. PayPal agreed to make a “modest,” donation to any nonprofit organization of Reynolds’ choice, which remains undisclosed.

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