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If you are flying out of Boston Logan International Airport, be prepared to have a brief conversation with a Transportation Security Administration officer who will be interested in more than what you have to say. Under a 60-day pilot program that starts...
A federal appeals panel today rejected the request of five Great Lakes states to close Chicago-area shipping locks. But the panel warned that if ongoing efforts to stop the advance of Asian carp stop or slow down the issue could be revisited. The ruling...
Edward E. Chidester, 53, of Alamo Road, Carrolltown, Ohio, formerly of Confluence, died July 7, 2011, unexpectedly at his residence. Born Sept. 11, 1958. Preceded in death by parents Charles and Clara (Mates) Chidester. Also stepfather Charles Smith;...
Having lived as a renter in Corona del Mar for six years, I have been accustomed to waiting for the Tuesday, Wednesday street sweeper to pass by and then move my car to the opposite side of Fourth Avenue. This is what happened on Wednesday, June 29. I,...
My wife and I craved something different, so we headed for the door. Door County, that is. Door County, Wisconsin, is a carrot-shaped chunk of land that juts up into Lake Michigan. Like all carrots it has some gnarly areas, but mainly contains good...
Edward E. Chidester, 53, of Alamo Road, Carrolltown, Ohio, formerly of Confluence, Pa., died July 7, 2011, unexpectedly at his new residence. Born Sept. 11, 1958. Preceded in death by parents Charles and Clara (Mates) Chidester. Also stepfather Charles...
MIDDLETON, Wis. – National Mustard Day is Aug. 6, and thousands of people will show up in this cute city to celebrate all things mustard. Everyone from fanatical mustard freaks to fun-loving families looking for something unusual to do will show up....
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) — Some of the Great Lakes' treasured national parks are showing ill effects of climate change that are likely to worsen in coming decades, from shoreline erosion to decline of certain wildlife and plant species, a former...
Tags: Weather Statistics, Lakes and Ponds, Ecosystems, Weather, Health
Appearing Sunday for the first time at the Yelduz Shrine will be Ryan Herman of the Rhythm Playboys of Osseo, Wis. The Rhythm Playboys were named the 2009 Wisconsin Polka Music Band of the Year. Herman will perform a variety of music from 1:30 to 5:30 p....
Tags: Dance, Entertainment
There is one fundamental flaw in Mr. Diggs' argument (column, June 30), and that is you fail to realize that the "anti-union atmosphere" in Wisconsin is involving public unions, not private unions (ie. USW, UAW, etc.). The question is: Do state-funded...
OCT. 17, 1924-JULY 13, 2011 Hazel M. Bender, 86, of Crawford Avenue in Blue Ridge Summit, Pa., passed away Wednesday, July 13, 2011, at Hillhaven Healthcare in Adelphi, Md. Born Oct. 17, 1924, in Tripoli, Wis., she was the daughter of the late John...
Tags: Timonium, Maryland, Human Interest
Working to maintain strong pork demand in the face of rising retail meat prices and continuing challenges to producer profitability, the National Pork Board begins work July 12 on its 2012 plan and budge during the annual Pork Industry Conference at the...
Tags: Consumers, Healthy Diet, Research, Barnesville, Elections
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