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PIERRE — The state Transportation Commission faces a difficult question of whether to change its policy on naming highways. At issue is whether Interstate 90 across South Dakota should be designated as part of a nationwide project honoring all...
firstname.lastname@example.orgImages of fish circle the edge of a lampshade in the room and a picture of a brook trout graces a clock on the wall. On the opposite wall, a mounted 16-inch golden trout stands as a testament to Art Overcash’s fishing prowess. Overcash tells a...
Tags: Fishing, Trout, Lifestyle and Leisure
Morris Tischler, a retired science teacher who invented a 1950s transistorized cardiac pacemaker, died of respiratory failure March 9 at his Pikesville home. He was 89. He was born in Newark, N.J., but when his father's real estate business failed in the...
email@example.comEditor's note: This is one in an occasional series of profiles about candidates running for election in the 6th Congressional District. When Dr. Milad L. Pooran ran for a Prince George's County school board seat in 2006, his campaign was cut short...
The Lincoln Highway Heritage Corridor will present "Pennsylvania's Roads: From the Lincoln to Eisenhower" at 2 p.m. March 11 at the Lincoln Highway Experience, 3435 Route 30 East, near Kingston Dam in Latrobe. Presenter Jeffrey Kitsko is an expert on the...
Tags: Highway Transportation
KIAHAliens may be among us and President Dwight Eisenhower met with them on multiple occasions while in office. This claim comes from a surprisingly credible source, an ex-Pentagon consultant. According to the Daily Mail, Timothy Good says that in 1954...
Tags: The Pentagon, Politics, Government, Public Officials, Key West
Gettysburg, Pa. Historic Gettysburg Honor Presidents Day with a trip to the town where Abraham Lincoln gave his Gettysburg Address and near Dwight D. Eisenhower's farm. In addition to the Civil War battlefield, there is the Soldiers' National Cemetery...
In 2009, I wrote a column titled “Should we be afraid of the dark?” It was a story about a doctor’s dilemma in keeping patients alive, after the quality of life is gone, only for them to suffer more. A few days after I wrote this...
I spoke last week during a Presidents Day luncheon at a local church on the subject of “patriotism.” After beginning the speech with vignettes about several of our 44 presidents, my remarks turned to our pledge of allegiance to the flag....
Jean Webb Vaughan Smith, a member of the Reagans' inner circle who championed volunteerism as national president of the Assn. of Junior Leagues, died Wednesday in Los Angeles of natural causes, her family said. She was 93. Smith joined the Junior...
Robert A. Citron, an aerospace engineer and intrepid entrepreneur, whose boyhood fantasy of traveling beyond Earth inspired pioneering ventures to commercialize space, died Jan. 31 at his home in Bellevue, Wash. He was 79. The cause was complications...
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