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Fort Boonesborough to re-enact 1778 siege Fort Boonesborough State Park is hosting its annual “1778 Siege of Boonesborough” weekend beginning today. The weekend includes battle reenactments today and Sunday, and a special night battle tonight...
For Pat Stout, what started as a return on an investment with urban housing developers became an in-town address to enjoy on the weekends before finally morphing into her sole residence as well as the breathtaking repository for her vast collection of...
Recently, there was an interesting confluence of stories in the paper. Though probably unintended, a story about the new future tenants at Burbank's The Pointe office building (“KCET, DC Comics move in to area, June 25) was followed the next day...
Tags: Adam Schiff, Politics, Minority Groups, Elections
Eight American Indian tribes will share in more than $4 million in federal grant money for historic preservation. The grants are funded by revenues from federal oil leases on the Outer Continental Shelf. South Dakota tribes receiving the grants are: The...
firstname.lastname@example.orgPicture this: A wooded land at the bottom of a 1,000-foot ridge. Sunlight slants through oaks and beeches. Birds warble. Insects buzz. Two streams gurgle as they meet a stone's throw away. A hunting party of Woodland Indians appears, following a barely...
Editor's note: This is the ninth in a 12-part series about Washington County Historical Society's founders. The Washington County Historical Society, in cooperation with the Hagerstown- Washington County Convention and Visitors Bureau, is hosting an...
Clear Spring Firemen’s Carnival | Aug. 1-6 Amusement rides and food. Entertainment by Tori Anderson & Possum Holler Farewell Tour, Rick K and the Allnighters, The Back Creek Valley Boys, The Kentucky Headhunters, Daryl Singletary and John Conlee....
From the DiscoverSD-hosted Indian Summer bash at Bar West on Friday, to the San Diego Yacht & Boat Show and San Diego Pride Parade & Festival, both going off Friday through Sunday, we lucky locals are in for yet another action-packed weekend, and we&...
email@example.comLANCASTER — Instead of leaving local history quiet in closed books or yellowing in old newspapers, the Garrard County Arts Council hopes to recreate it in vibrant color with murals in Lancaster. The council has completed the first sketch for a mural...
Tags: History, Chicago Hotels, Facebook, Arts, Business
ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — The University of Michigan says it's received a record number of applications from aspiring freshmen for the fifth-straight year. The school said Wednesday 39,570 people have applied for the 2011-12 freshman class, up 25...
When fishing as a boy, I used to stare at my jar of salmon eggs and marvel. I wondered how they could arrive so perfectly formed and opaque and inherently controversial — stripped from their host like corn off a cob. Years later as a reporter...
Jon Frohling, owner of Frohling Meats in Hecla, has been elected president of the American Association of Meat Processors at the American Convention of Meat Processors and Suppliers' Exhibition in Reno, Nev. Frohling served in multiple positions with...
Tags: Wisconsin, Politics, South Dakota, Minority Groups, Elections
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