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When the Army Corps of Engineers floated the idea recently of charging to use some water stored in reservoirs on the Missouri River, Gov. Dennis Daugaard reminded the agency that irrigation promised to the state never happened. "The federal government...
Andrew Raftery: Open House Ends Dec. 9, Wesleyan University's Davison Art Center, 301 High St., Middletown, (860) 685-2500, wesleyan.edu/dac It's always fascinating and a bit consoling when an artist, especially one with the delicacy and taste of...
DELAWARE, Ohio (AP) — Authorities say two motorcycles have collided while escorting first lady Michelle Obama from a campaign stop in central Ohio, injuring a police officer and a state trooper. The State Highway Patrol says the motorcycles somehow...
Tags: Michelle Obama
It's the stuff of a hideous higher-ed Halloween nightmare: sexual assault, campus fear, rape-culture environments, an ugly federal lawsuit against a prestigious institution, and an ongoing national crisis of violence against women. Earlier this month,...
Tags: Crime Victims, Radio, Halloween, Students, Sex Crimes
The most despised child in the history of Baltimore sports is all grown up. And, if his beloved New York Yankees falter, he'd like to see the Orioles win the 2012 World Series. Yes, Baltimore — 16 years later, Jeffrey Maier soon could be in your...
Film critic Andrew Sarris began his rise to prominence in the early 1960s when, fresh off an extended visit to Paris, he became a primary spokesman for a theory that would reverberate throughout the cinema world. Screenwriters and producers may have...
Tags: Reviews, Roger Ebert, Movies, Pauline Kael, Nicholas Ray
Aberdeen Area Senior Center day trip in Mitchell is planned for June 8. A charter bus will leave at 7 a.m. and travel to Mitchell for a day of tours and activities. The group will visit the Mitchell Prehistoric Indian Village, Cabela's and the...
Tags: Travel, Trips and Vacations, Cabela's Inc.
South Bend TribuneThis year's election campaigns have included plenty of promises from Democrats who say they'll work with Republicans, and Republicans who say they'll work with Democrats. Joe Ruiz, the Libertarian running for north-central Indiana's seat in the U.S....
If someone were to make a movie of Joe Kramer's days, they might call it “A Life in Football.” Although it would trace his time as a coach at several colleges and high schools across South Dakota, it could begin at only one time and place:...
Tags: Football, Sports, College Sports, Movies, College Baseball
The Hartford CourantDemocratic State Rep. Matt Lesser is running for his third term in the 100th House District in November, and will be challenged this year by Republican Deborah Kleckowski, a common council member currently in her second term. The 100th District currently...
By now, you're probably getting that "I'm-about-to-vomit" feeling from all those nasty TV campaign ads screaming about the contestants in Connecticut's mud-splattered U.S. Senate and 5th Congressional District campaigns. One small consolation may be...
“Through Children’s Eyes: Hiroshima” will be at the Mansfield Freeman Center for East Asian Studies at Wesleyan University, 343 Washington Terrace in Middletown, starting on Wednesday, Oct. 3, and running through Pearl Harbor Day,...
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