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BOSTON (Reuters) - New Hampshire is the best place in America for a child to live thanks to lower rates of child poverty, according to a report released on Wednesday measuring health, education and economic security. Holding onto the lead for the ninth...
Tags: Minnesota, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Alabama, Real Estate
Just about the time I was ready to give up on and get rid of our old Norfolk pine, I read about an even older plant belonging to David “Ink” and Mae Bowers. The Bowerses received their plant as a wedding gift on Aug. 3, 1968, according to...
Tags: Human Interest
Lila G. (Peterson) Koontz, 71, Jenners, died Aug. 17, 2011, at In-Touch Hospice House, Somerset. Born May 19, 1940, in Conemaugh Township, daughter of Oliver L. and Mary M. (Stayrook) Peterson. Preceded in death by parents; husband Jack E. Koontz;...
The nationally recognized public safety and crisis management firm Witt Associates has been hired to assist the Indiana State Fair Commission’s investigation of the tragedy at the Indiana State Fair on Aug. 13. Governor Daniels contacted James...
Fox59State fair officials introduced nationally recognized firm Witt Associates Friday afternoon as the firm that would look into the procedures, decision-making and response by officials before, during and after the collapse of the stage at the Indiana...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThere is solitude in combat — thoughts and fears that every soldier personally holds within his heart. Who knows what six young Americans were feeling on Aug. 17, 1944, as they walked along a cobblestone road in Louge-sur-Maire, France. Fighting...
Trace Adkins may be the creative genius behind some of the concepts for his chart-topping songs, but you won't find the Louisiana native's name in the credits. Instead, the tunesmith prefers to pass his ideas on to his songwriting friends, who turn his...
Tags: Trace Adkins, ABC (tv network)
We are about to say adieu to the month of August and I did enjoy the lovely and unusual cool mornings we had. Obviously Mother Nature was giving us a fragrant little surprise, as the lawn and foliage around my house were wet with dew, filling the air with...
Tags: Mardi Gras, Human Interest, Music Industry, Arts, Blues (genre)
Despite all the talk about the nation's obesity epidemic, despite all the free weight-loss and fitness advice around, not one state in the country got thinner this year, according to an annual fat report released last week. Florida got fatter for the...
Tags: Weight, Colorado, Connecticut, Education, Diseases and Illnesses
In response to the inflamed readers who were vexed by the article regarding Stephen K. Bannon's Sarah Palin documentary ("Film highlights Palin's successes," Aug. 12): Last time I checked, tolerance is a two-way street. But for the left it seems that...
Telecommunications companies in 16 states will share more than $103 million in federal funding to help expand broadband Internet access to those areas of rural America that haven’t been reached by the high-speed service or are underserved, the U.S....
LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) - Texas cattle producers could take several years to fully recover from the drought blistering the state, which agriculture officials estimated Wednesday has caused a record $5.2 billion in livestock and crop losses since last fall....
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