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When Paul Ignatius first stepped aboard a Navy ship, he was anxious. Japan had already attacked Pearl Harbor and the war in the Pacific was going strong. Ignatius — a Glendale native who attended Mark Keppel Elementary School, Toll Middle School...
TV WatchersView the highly acclaimed Lou Reda History production "WWII in HD" along with other History Channel documentaries about World War II produced by the Easton production company during a year-long series at Sigal Museum in Easton. The museum will kick......
Bob Fletcher, who quit his job as a state agricultural inspector during World War II to save the Sacramento farms of interned Japanese American families, died May 23 in Sacramento, his family announced. He was 101. A few months after the Japanese...
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There probably weren't many fireworks shot off in celebration by county and local governments, nor law enforcement officials this week with state officials considering changes to the fireworks legislation approved in 2011. The latest update, on Tuesday,...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A group of vintage planes replaced fighter jets for the traditional military flyover before the start of Sunday's Indianapolis 500. Six privately owned World War II aircraft buzzed over the crowd as Christian singer Sandi...
Reuters* Keith Alexander heads both NSA and Cyber Command * Credited with raising awareness on cyber threats * Expansion plans worry civilian agencies, privacy advocates By Andrea Shalal-Esa WASHINGTON, May 26 (Reuters) - Depending on your point of view, U....
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...
email@example.comMemorial Day isn’t about picnics and ball games, Waynesboro’s Mayor Richard Starliper said Monday. “For decades, Memorial Day was a day in our nation when stores closed communities gathered together for a day of parades and other...
Bob Hope led the pack of popular performers who entertained the troops during World War II. John Wayne and other actors fought the war in feature films, and other Hollywood favorites tirelessly toured the country on war bond drives. In fact, beloved...
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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......
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