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SOUTH BEND – A South Bend survivor of the attack on Pearl Harbor more than 70-years ago has died. Ray Dembinski passed away Saturday. He was 95-years-old. Dembinski served in the Navy during World War II and received a Presidential Unit...
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WSBT Correspondent''I love LaPorte on the Fourth of July. Best day of the year,'' said LaPorte Mayor Blair Milo during the 66th annual LaPorte Jaycees holiday parade. Milo was riding on the back end of a 2012 Chrysler 200 during a parade with many highlights including...
BUCHANAN — Certainly, Earl “Judd’’ Walls knows what transpired 70 years ago at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. The problem, he says, is that few others do. “I think most of them have (forgotten),’’ he said Wednesday, in...
It's been 70 years since the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor, killing more than 2,000 Americans. One Elkhart man can still smell the smoke and see the explosions. 88-year-old Harold Hesler vividly remembers December 7, 1941. He woke up at 6 that...
The crude oil was already 30 inches deep on Battleship Row by the time 18-year-old Harold Helser arrived on the shore, looking for a way to help. Overhead, Japanese planes continued to drop bombs and strafe with their machine guns, as the Dec. 7, 1941,...
Rosemary McClure's May 5 article on Avalon turning 100 was outstanding ["Still Shining"]. Another way for visitors to experience Avalon's golden days is to have breakfast or lunch at the Inn on Mt. Ada, [William] Wrigley's home, completed in 1921. By...
Blogging with Bill WhiteIn honor of this weekend’s Master’s, always the best golf on TV, I thought about doing a list of the best golf movies today. The problem is that there aren’t all that many of them, and fewer still really good......
The sordid results of Senate voting on April 17 reflect clearly the loss of common sense and the courage to stand up to the political clout of the National Rifle Association. When the vote count became public, two thoughts came to mind. First was the word...
FrameworkAnne Wilkes Tucker is currently the Gus and Lyndall Wortham Curator of Photography at The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston where she has worked since 1976. She founded the Photography Department at the museum that now has a collection of over 28,000...
A move that could block a residential development on the Verdugo Hills Golf Course hit a stumbling block last week when the Los Angeles Cultural Heritage Commission voted unanimously to recommend it not be made a Historic-Cultural Monument. More than...
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