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"Beer For My Horses" has been a staple of Toby Keith's live shows for years. And every night, the acclaimed entertainer raises a glass during the tune and toasts firefighters, soldiers and law enforcement. Turns out, Toby is saluting those who serve...
Tags: Crimes, Alabama, Toby Keith, Crime, Law and Justice
Next Wave Systems, LLC, a contract engineering and technology firm, announced today that it will expand operations here, creating up to 60 new jobs by 2014. Next Wave, which specializes in alternative energy software products and integrated defense...
Tags: Elections, Technology, Indiana, Mitch Daniels, Engineering
Source: National Climatic Data CenterBefore Hurricane Irene hit the east coast, the United States had already seen nine weather disasters this year that have caused $1 billion or more in damage. This ties the record set in 2008 for largest number of costly disasters. This year, we've seen...
Tags: Alabama, North Dakota, Louisiana, Natural Disasters, Hurricanes
Dr. Kenneth P. Johnson, former chairman of the department of neurology at the University of Maryland School of Medicine and an internationally known expert on multiple sclerosis who developed new treatments for the disease, died Saturday of cancer at...
Britton: The funeral for Donald A. “Don” Schussler will be 10:30 a.m. Friday, September 9, 2011, at First Lutheran Church of Britton. Rev. Terrill Sorensen will officiate and burial will be in the Pleasant Valley Cemetery, rural Kidder, SD. Visitation...
Tags: St. Louis, Pleasant Valley, American Legion, U.S. Navy
Verna Irene Knupp, 96, Pittsburgh, formerly of Somerset, died Sept. 16, 2011, at Shadyside UPMC Pittsburgh. Born June 27, 1915, in Paint Township, the daughter of Abram and Cletus V. (Knavel) Weaver. Preceded in death by parents, husband Glenn Walter...
Fred Richard Boynton Jr., 74, of Danville, went to be with the Lord, Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2011. Born Dec. 20, 1936, in Indianapolis, he was the son of the late Fred R. and Bertha Stevens Boynton. He moved to Kentucky his last year of high school,...
Last Friday, like millions of Americans, Carolyn Matzinger watched the launch of the Space Shuttle Atlantis, the last of the 30-year-old American shuttle program. And while the launch was the end of an era, Matzinger looks at the future of space...
When the space shuttle Atlantis lifts off Friday, Jerry Fetter of Whitehall Township will be more than a casual observer. Fetter, who teaches biology and astronomy at Council Rock High School in Bucks County, received a special invitation to come to...
Tags: Technology, Education, Atlantis, Kennedy Space Center, Whitehall
Kathleen, Ga.: Laurence “Larry” Odland, 84, entered into rest on Wednesday, July 27, 2011. Mr. Odland was born on June 27, 1927, in Claremont, S.D., and had lived in Warner Robins since 1992. He earned his bachelor of science degree in industrial...
Zap2ItIt's not even 9 a.m. on an otherwise sleepy Atlanta Sunday in early summer, but already a healthy line is forming outside the yellow warehouse that houses Gallery 63 in the city's Buckhead neighborhood. As parking attendants wrangle the growing swell of...
Tags: Demi Moore, New York, Paul Brown, Hot Dogs, California
ReporterU.S. officials have dismantled what they call a major international child pornography ring, which allegedly includes a former Parry McCluer High School football coach. Joseph Matthew Wheeler is accused of being a member of an online bulletin board called...
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