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After 40 years on the air, radio station C89.5 is still going strong- and it's not just listeners in the Seattle-Tacoma area who are fans. C89.5 is owned by the Seattle Public Schools, operated by the students in the radio broadcasting program at Nathan...
Tags: Radio Industry, Entertainment, Human Interest, Radio
The Hartford CourantHOW IT GOT ITS NAME: From Coventry, in Warwickshire, England. The original Indian name was Wangumbaug, meaning bent or crooked pond. It was the first town in the colonies to be named Coventry. HISTORY: Settled in 1709 after land was bequeathed by...
Blue Team Level 7: Clark Bridgman, Hunter Faulkner, Abby Fultz, Morgan Gourley, Tate Harris, Katharine King, Teron Mitchell, Landrea Smith, James Summers, Carly Walls, and Grayson Yaden. Level 6: Destiny Armstrong, Daniel Cooper, Mallorie Cooper, Killen...
Tags: Human Interest, David Robinson
TribLocal - Schaumburg » NewsDistrict 54 is promoting from within, making best use of its “farm team,” according to one board member. The School Board last week approved three …...
TribLocal - Schaumburg » NewsMany District 54 schools will undergo more than $17 million in repairs over the next few years. Most of the work involves renovating heating, cooling …...
Top of the TicketGeronimo, The Native American warrior's name, was code for the CIA's biggest target - Osama Bin Laden...
Special to the Tribune"Last Words of the Executed" By Robert K. Elder Foreword by Studs Terkel University of Chicago Press, 301 pages, $22.50 Robert K. Elder begins his oddly affecting, 'Last Words of the Executed,' with the final utterance of Marmaduke Stevenson, who was...
"Unlikely Allies: How a Merchant, a Playwright, and a Spy Saved the American Revolution" by Joel Richard PaulSpecial to Tribune Newspapers"Unlikely Allies: How a Merchant, a Playwright, and a Spy Saved the American Revolution" By Joel Richard Paul Riverhead, 416 pages, $25.95 Like it or not, the American Revolution is the gift that keeps on giving. Just when you thought no author could...
The first Walktober event I did was a trip to Creamery Brook Bison farm in Brooklyn. Watching bison thundering across the farm fields of Connecticut and kicking up a dust cloud that dimmed the bright autumn sun is something that will stay with me forever....
WGN NewsLast Words of the Executed Some beg for forgiveness. Others claim innocence. At least three cheer for their favorite football teams. Death waits for us all, but only those sentenced to death know the day and the hour -- and only they can be sure that...
Tags: WGN, Punishment, John Brown, Joe Hill, Ted Bundy
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