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email@example.comLANCASTER — Rumors abounded when the bones of one lone dog were found under a house in Lancaster. Garrard County Coroner Daryl Hodge remembers the exact time he got the call and exactly what the rumored body count was at that time. “It was...
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Elizabeth Brumfiel, a widely recognized scholar in the field of feminist archaeology who studied Aztec culture, examining not only the functional and economic significance of ancient relics but what scholars learned about changing gender roles and...
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WGN NewsPerformInk has called Artistic Director Brian Posen one of the most influential people in the Chicago theater scene & New City named Brian as one of the top 30 Players who really perform in Chicago. Posen is the Artistic Director of Stage 773, Street...
Jefferson, Md., resident Jessy Schroeder, a senior at St. Mary’s College of Maryland, is getting hands-on anthropology experience this year. With help from Julia King, associate professor of anthropology, Schroeder is creating an exhibit on...
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Daily American Sunday EditorBerlin Brothersvalley High School senior Nicole Lottig knows how to help others celebrate the holidays. In November she traveled to Walt Disney World Resort in Florida with a chorus to participate in the Candlelight Ceremony at the Epcot theme park. "We...
The death of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Il has taken the world by surprise, but it is no surprise that his son, Kim Jong Un, is his likely successor. This is despite the fact that Marxist-Leninist theory that is said to underlie the Pyongyang...
World NowArchaeologists in Mexico say they have found a ceremonial offering that may have been used nearly 2,000 years ago to consecrate the Pyramid of the Sun before its construction...
Daily American Sunday EditorThe link between Tanzania and Somerset County has never seemed all that great, but Cory Rodgers — recently named a Rhodes Scholar — is learning no part of the world is too far away to avoid having an impact on another. The 22-year-old...
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