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firstname.lastname@example.orgForkland Boy Scouts of America Troop 71 is more adventurous than most. Every year we choose a two-week trip to go along with our monthly weekend outings. In the past they have twice ventured on 100-mile canoe trips in Southern Missouri and hiked over...
Ride with a Cause The 3rd annual Ride With A Cause, an annual motorcycle ride and community picnic, in memory of Mary Gindlesperger, June 2 proceeds go to a family in the area that has been affected by Alzheimer’s. Food, entertainment by Keystone...
Chainsaw carving The National Road Chainsaw Carving Festival in Addison is June 14-16. Fifty chainsaw carvers works for purchase or auction. 814-395-3469. carvingfest.confluencelions.org. Chicken barbecue The New Centerville & Rural VFD will be having...
CINCINNATI — No fewer than 70,000 bridges across the country need repair, but the example President Barack Obama highlighted Thursday stands out in one convenient political respect: It connects the states of the two Republican lawmakers who have the...
Facing a deadline to stop dumping toxic coal ash into Lake Michigan, owners of the last coal-powered steamship on the Great Lakes are pushing for it to join Mount Vernon, Lincoln's Tomb and Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthplace as a protected national...
— Built in the 1950s for the brawny task of ferrying railroad cars, the last coal-burning steamship on the Great Lakes is billed today as a nostalgic vacation shortcut between Wisconsin and Michigan. But every day it sails between this old...
A political campaign is about the worst time to have a discussion about economic realities. The party that is out will speak of nothing but looming disaster, while the party that is in will be singing nothing but "Happy Days Are Here Again." And, since...
National Train Day National Train Day from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. May 12 in Rockwood. Celebrate trains with model train displays, entertainment, prize raffles, children’s activities, crafts, food, a community yard sale, horseshoe pitching contest, child...
For the 50 years leading up to the Civil War, steamboats ruled the Mississippi River and its tributaries to the east and west, carrying passengers, produce, sugar, cotton and livestock while weaving through the nation's heartland and touching the shores...
A low pressure system to our south will keep around clouds for the overnight hours and into Sunday morning. But rain should stay to our southeast tonight closer to the Ohio River. The reason why it will be difficult for this rainfall to arrive is dry...
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River and Wind The Salvation Army — Somerset Service Center, 11th Annual River & Wind Challenge, June 2, a 22 mile bike ride or 62 mile bike ride on the Great Allegheny Passage. Participants will receive a T-shirt, meals, snacks and an award. 814-...
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