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The Hartford CourantCadwell Hoerle was a hands-on builder, a person never reluctant to get his hands dirty. His legacy to Plainville was a golf course and a swimming club. His legacy to his children was the value of plain, hard work and a generous nature. "He just liked to...
Tags: Benihana Incorporated, Golf, Swimming, Heart Attack, Sports
What will you be doing at 9 p.m. Wednesday night? If you were fascinated by the meteor that streaked across the Russian sky last month -- briefly outshining the sun -- then you should plan to watch "Nova" on PBS. Wednesday's episode of the excellent...
PHOTOS: The Evolution of the WuShock Mascot 1) In 1904, a student named R.J. Kirk (Class of 1907) came up with the name “Wheat Shockers” for the school, prior to this the university was known as Fairmount College 2) In 1948,...
I owe my parents an apology for my behavior as a teenager. I now know how it feels be on the receiving end of sullen, snotty and otherwise disrespectful attitudes. My parents deserved better. Something has to be done with Congress. When the elections...
Tags: Politics, Voting, Barack Obama, Republican Party, Henry Ford
There's an old army barracks ballad, "Old Soldiers Never Die." Likely you're familiar with it thanks to Gen. Douglas MacArthur. The old war horse famously quoted it in his farewell speech: Old soldiers never die; they just fade away. I imagine those...
The Hartford CourantWho among us has not been moved by the unspeakable tragedy that was inflicted upon the children of Newtown, our very home at the National Shooting Sports Foundation? What can possibly heal the wounds, silence the anguished outcries and make rational...
Tags: Abraham Lincoln, Politics, Rentals, Gun Control, Firearms
It is not unusual to see art that tackles social and political issues, but there's still something startling about Jeffrey Kent's solo show "Preach!" at the Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Park. The Baltimore artist zeros in on opposition by some...
ANDERSEN AIR FORCE BASE, Guam (AP) — Dead mice laced with painkillers are about to rain down on Guam's jungle canopy. They are scientists' prescription for a headache that has caused the tiny U.S. territory misery for more than 60 years: the brown...
Harry L. Kidd Jr., age 87, of Lexington, Ky., departed this life on Feb. 19, 2013, at St. Joseph Medical Center. He was born in Vienna, Va., on Oct. 8, 1925, to the late Harry L. Kidd Sr. and Maude Alford Kidd of Fairfax County. He was a veteran of...
Kenny T. Edgington, 88, of Winchester, widower of Ruby Jefferson Edgington, passed away Thursday at his home. A native of Paris, Ky., he was born July 29, 1924, to the late Kenny and Sarah Harrison Edgington. He was a United States World War II Army...
Howard and Miriam Buhrman celebrated 70 years of marriage with their family at the Parlor House in Waynesboro, Pa. The Buhrmans were married on Valentine’s Day, 1943, at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church in Wolfsville, Md. Howard Buhrman served in...
"Empanada for a Dream" As debates about the escalating murder rate in Chicago continue to rage on, Juan Francisco Villa's solo, "Empanada for a Dream," offers a portrait simultaneously timely and a time capsule of life in a neighborhood ravaged by drugs...
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