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Murray Rose Swimmer won Olympic gold medals Murray Rose, 73, a four-time Olympic gold medal swimmer from Australia who also competed at USC while studying acting in the late '50s, died Sunday in Sydney of leukemia, Swimming Australia said. Rose...
Maintenance crews that work on the War Memorial spent several hours cleaning graffiti off of two statues Wednesday. Sometime overnight into Wednesday morning, someone spray painted black graffiti on the base of the General George Rogers Clark statue and...
How can it be that Pennsylvania, the state with the most precious historical legacy of all, has produced only one president? This is the land of Thomas Paine and Benjamin Franklin, the Declaration of Independence, George Washington crossing the Delaware,...
Two statues at the Soldiers and Sailors Monument in Indianapolis’ Monument Circle were the targets of vandalism. Graffiti markings were discovered on the statue of George Rogers Clark and William Henry Harrison overnight Tuesday. One graphic...
Tags: Arts, Cancer, Sculpture, Arts and Culture
firstname.lastname@example.orgI want to go back to the days when I didn't know the names of any European leaders (with the exception of France, whose leaders' antics were always highly amusing) and, beyond that, had no need to know the names of any European leaders. Perhaps I am...
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Robert Harrison Price, 83, of Little Orleans, Md., died Wednesday, Aug. 23, 2011, at NMS Health Care in Hagerstown, Md. Born Feb. 29, 1928, in Belle Grove, Md., he was the son of the late William Henry Harrison and Viola Evelyn Barnes Price, and the...
Contributing WriterLANCASTER — A new military stone for a Garrard County man, who served as an officer in the Civil War and later became adjutant general of Kentucky, was dedicated Monday at Lancaster Cemetery. Family, friends and veterans gathered to remember and...
November is Native American heritage month and as residents of Lincoln County we have been endowed a rich American Indian history. It is the story of the clash between two nations: the gritty and fiercely defiant long hunter and pioneer family, and the...
In the days before Disney, many imaginary sprites that excited children's imaginations could be found in books. In 1881, Palmer Cox wrote an illustrated story about a group of characters called "Brownies" for Wide Awake magazine. Brownies were imaginary...
Page's PageHow many presidents were born outside the US? Hint: Obama was not one of them....
Bristol Palin is dancing with the stars, Meghan McCain is a busy blogger, and Kim Jong Un is lining up as a successor to his father, North Korean dictator Kim Jong Il. Being the offspring of a politician has some benefits along with the headaches. 1...
Tags: Grover Cleveland, Periodicals, Government, Crimes, Richard Nixon
Fox59.comIndiana's first college, now Vincennes University, is reporting a 44% growth in enrollment over the past five years. Total enrollment currently stands at 13, 948. The university claims its affordability, personalized attention, small class sizes, close...
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Original site for William Henry Harrison topic gallery.