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Last of two parts THE STORY SO FAR: Staff Sgt. Walter Kuchinos' B-24 bomber is shot down over France and he becomes a POW at a camp near Poland. Big Stoop was a German guard, a big guy who had hands like catcher's mitts, and his main thing was he'd...
Tags: Pneumonia, Christianity, Radio, Christian Orthodoxy, Wescosville
The National Football League made official on Tuesday what Commissioner Roger Goodell said last week. Because of a scheduling conflict with Easter spectaculars at New York's Radio City Music Hall, the league's own NFL draft extravaganza will shift...
email@example.comJesse Englehart was one of thousands of Marines who were pulling back from the Chosin Reservoir when he and a friend saw a clean poncho that looked peculiar lying on the frozen ground. He said the two walked toward the poncho and lifted it. “There...
This post has been corrected, as indicated below.Look beyond the western painted turtle's colorful stripes and you’ll find an animal that seems to have nearly magical powers. A baby western painted turtle can freeze solid, and as long as nothing cracks it in half or tampers with it too much, the...
firstname.lastname@example.orgJohn Leather wears earplugs to church, but it’s not the sermon that the 88-year-old World War II veteran is trying to muffle. He said he wears the earplugs to drown out the rumble of a drum that’s played when the congregation sings hymns....
The Hartford CourantThe show: "Abundance" by Beth Henley at Hartford Stage First impressions: This sweeping frontier saga centers on two special-delivery brides in the American West in the 1860s, and follows their tumultuous lives over 25 years as they face near-...
Channel 2 SportsBilly Koitzsch of Anchorage completed a 2,000 mile journey from Knik to Nome to Fairbanks this past Friday, covering the Iron Dog trail on a fat tire bike. Koitzsch, 40, took about 40 days to finish his trip across some of Alaska's most demanding and...
Tags: Trips and Vacations, Travel
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - North Dakota ranchers are braving cold weather to care for their cattle during calving season. Kidder County Extension Agent Penny Nester says the below-normal temperatures require ranchers to check cows more often and make sure...
Tags: Weather, Weather Statistics
There are certain signs that tell us for certain that the season has turned. For instance, I know it's truly summertime when you can wake up in the morning, toss on a T-shirt and walk outside without worrying about losing any important body parts to...
Tags: Burger King Whopper, Sports, Burger King, Breads, Swimming
Channel Guide MagazineWait, what? Season finale? Already? After only six episodes?
I suppose I can soothe myself with the notion that we have an all-new season of My Big Fat American Gypsy Wedding starting up next week. But still. I’m going to miss me my Mellie...
Oh Canada, oh Canada! So pretty you are, with your hypothermia-inducing lakes and open fields, where one can be pelted with ice and snow. Our Bach, Sean, kicked off the second night of this week's two! night! extravaganza by taking in the sights and...
Tags: Sean Lowe, Hypothermia
WDBJ7 ReporterA Roanoke car dealership is taking customer service to the next level. Magic City Ford is used to getting people on the road, but thanks to two concerned employees, a customer is alive. Long-time employees say this woman has been coming into the...
Tags: Hypothermia, Services and Shopping, Vehicles
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