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BRENTWOOD, Tenn. (AP) — Country music star Trace Adkins has lost his home to a fire. Fire officials tell The Tennessean newspaper that Adkins' home in the Nashville suburb of Brentwood was a total loss after the fire broke out Saturday afternoon....
Tags: The Associated Press, Alaska, Trace Adkins
NEW YORK (AP) — "American Idol" is down to a lucky 13 finalists. In a two-hour episode Thursday, the nation's most popular show pared down the competition from 24. Ten contestants made it to the next round by phone-in votes. In a new twist, judges...
SOUTH BEND -- He believes prayer can change things. That's why he's asking for prayers for TAP. The Rev. Gilbert C. Washington, pastor of St. Paul Bethel Missionary Baptist Church in South Bend, is the new president of TAP, or Transforming Action...
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban have added a second daughter to their family, born through a surrogate mother. The couple announced Monday the arrival of Faith Margaret Kidman Urban, born on Dec. 28 at a Nashville, Tenn.,...
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Country Music Hall of Fame member George Jones is back at his home just outside Nashville Thursday after being hospitalized overnight. His publicist, Kirt Webster, tells The Associated Press that "George is home, resting...
It looks a little bit like a body board, and it does ride the waves — sound waves, that is. Meet the harpejji, a fretted string instrument invented and built in the Baltimore area. Coldplay bought one. A.R. Rahman, who composed the score to...
Mary Elizabeth Scherrer Hale went home to heaven Thursday, Aug. 11, 2011. Born April 7, 1924, in Casey County, she was the daughter of the late Oscar and Ethel Scherrer. She was also predeceased by a son, Denny Woodrum. She was a member of Immanuel...
Tags: Human Interest
Visitors to Centennial Village at the Brown County Fair this week have the chance to see the 118-year-old gravestone of a Civil War veteran before the stone is shipped to Yankton. Until recently, it was unknown where the veteran was buried, only that...
Frankie Ballard isn't happy unless he spends part of every day advancing his career. “We're doing a bunch of shows, fairs and festivals and radio shows and clubs - everything we can get,” he said on the phone from Maryland. Ballard, 28, has been...
Aug. 20, 1961 Vice president Lyndon B. Johnson flew into Germany today declaring the United States does not intend to retreat in the face of Communist threats in Berlin. Johnson made the comment as he stopped off in the West German capital of Bonn to...
Tags: Politics, Germany, Lyndon B. Johnson, Elections, Konrad Adenauer
Daily American Staff WriterShelley Johansson, director of marketing and communications for the Johnstown Area Heritage Association, developed a passion for music long before she became involved with the AmeriServ Flood City Music Festival. Johansson, 42, grew up in Nashville where...
Even before his senior year of high school began, Mason Graham knew that he wanted to play football at Navy. But Jabaree Tuani, Graham's teammate at Brentwood Academy outside Nashville, Tenn., wasn't sold on making the same military commitment. As much as...
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