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Daily American Staff WriterJohn Livengood of Somerset enrolled in the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1940 when he was 18. "I couldn't find a nickel to get an ice cream cone," the 92-year-old said. "I never went to the movies — it cost 15 cents." It was during...
email@example.comHe could be quiet, but not as much as his nickname Silent Cal suggests. He was also ambitious, hardworking, humble, intelligent, loving, philosophical, self-confident, and witty. Most Americans have at best a superficial knowledge of Calvin Coolidge,...
The Hartford CourantTre'Jon Hamm reached for the grand doors of the state Capitol when his cellphone buzzed. "I can't talk to you right now," the 14-year-old told his friend on the other line. Hamm rushed here after school on one of the final days of the legislative...
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$382 HYDE PARK ADVENTURE & CULINARY Travel by bus to Hyde Park for The Culinary Institute of America Sept. 20-22. Package includes Millbrook Winery Vineyards, four museums; Franklin Roosevelt Home, Franklin Roosevelt museum, Vanderbilt museum, Eleanor...
Amid all the wrangling over renovations and increased signage at Wrigley Field, we'd like to explode a few myths about the 99-year-old ballpark. As Ernie Banks might put it, let's play 10: 1 The ballpark you know as Wrigley Field, home of the Cubs, used...
EnfieldThe Enfield Public Library presents a new Friday Film series, "Golden Globe Nominees," for the months of July and August 2013. On Friday, July 5th at 2:00 PM the Library will feature, Hitchcock, starring Helen Mirren who was nominated for best...
Columnist should have checked his facts To the editor: I’d like to take the opportunity to respond to Lloyd Waters’ column, “Leap tall buildings? Become a CO” (June 2, 2013). To do so, I must state I’m not speaking for...
Reuters(Jeffrey Rosen is a Reuters columnist but his opinions are his own.) By Jeffrey Rosen June 11 (Reuters) - During the "Red Scare" that swept the United States in the wake of Russia's 1917 Bolshevik revolution, the Justice Department launched a cycle of...
Maurice Anderson LANCASTER — Maurice Anderson, 92, of Lancaster, died Friday, June 7, 2013, at Kenwood Health and Rehab Center in Richmond, Ky. He was preceded in death by his wife, Shelby Bourne Anderson. Maurice was born in Garrard...
Reuters(James Bamford is a Reuters columnist but his opinions are his own.) By James Bamford June 10 (Reuters) - "God we trust," goes an old National Security Agency joke. "All others we monitor. First, the Guardian reported details on a domestic telephone...
During the early years of the Republic, Chief Justice John Marshall noted that, "The power to tax is the power to destroy." He might have added that it's also the power to manipulate behavior, punish political enemies and reward political friends. Indeed,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWilliam “Bill” Byers was a beloved teacher in Washington County. He taught 42 years for the county school system, the last 29 as a driver’s education teacher at Williamsport High School, where he taught countless teenagers to drive....
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