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The roadside produce stand was fully stocked with fall-season goodies, and although there were plenty of items to chose from, I was preoccupied with purchasing gourds to use as centerpiece components. While I was looking over the gourds, though, a curious...
Tags: Europe, Fiction, Minority Groups
“On Monday, 7/11, you had a full-page ad in there by the U.S. Citizens Association. To me, that was stupid and crazy, and insulting to my intelligence. I was very disappointed.” — Hagerstown “It’s bad manners to read over...
FOX 17 NewsThere's a familiar face that will now greet visitors to Grand Rapids and the Van Andel Arena downtown. A Seven-foot bronze sculpture of Amway co-founder Jay Van Andel was unveiled Wednesday as part of the Community Legends project. Community Legends is a...
Pull, bang. Spend most of your week at the 121st annual South Dakota State Trap Shoot like I did last week at the Aberdeen Gun Club, and you will hear that sequence a lot. Even in your sleep three days after the last shot was fired. Trapshooters...
Tags: Elections, Bareback Rodeo, Clubs and Associations, Rodeo, Sports
Hermes J. Otto, of Albion, passed away July 14, 2011, at the Allegiance Hospice Home in Jackson, Mich. Hermes was born in 1924 to Foster and Christine (Baker) Otto in Petoskey. As a young man, he served his country in the Army during World War II in the...
FARGO, N.D. - A couple of years ago, my family and I visited a living history museum in the Midwest. My kids weren't particularly thrilled about the prospect of learning something while on vacation, but they adapted fairly well. Actors in period...
The American Indian Foods project represents Native-owned businesses that employ the time-tested methods of growing food consistent with our respect for the land. These companies' products often sound more like the shopping list at an urban health food...
CNSWARNER SPRINGS, Calif. - A brush fire blackened thousands of open acres in the remote northeastern reaches of San Diego County Friday, threatening several Native American archeological sites and a few unoccupied cabins while moving toward desert terrain....
Tags: Mike Mohler, Minority Groups
LOS ALAMOS, N.M. (AP) — Honking horns and waving to firefighters, residents of a New Mexico city threatened by a massive wildfire rolled back into Los Alamos nearly a week after flames forced an evacuation and the closure of a nearby major nuclear...
Edna Marie Strausbaugh, 84, of Hagerstown, died Saturday, July 2, 2011, at Reeders Memorial Home in Boonsboro. Born April 9, 1927, in Hagerstown, she was the daughter of the late George A. and Naomi E. (Huffer) Strausbaugh. Edna was a member of St....
The Shore Leave 32 science fiction convention returns Friday-Sunday, July 8-10, at the Marriott Hunt Valley Inn. This event will include workshops, a film festival, a masquerade contest, an art show and a host of dealers selling memorabilia. There will...
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California lawmakers on Tuesday sent the governor a bill that would make the state the first requiring public schools to include the contributions of gays and lesbians in social studies curriculum. The bill, passed on a...
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