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Kenny Rogers will be celebrating the 30th anniversary of his Christmas & Hits Tour with a month-long tour, performing an assortment of holiday classics and selections from his legendary catalog of hits. The 2011 Christmas & Hits Tour kicks off in...
Tags: Kenny Rogers, Holiday Vacations, Holidays, Westbury, Travel
Choosing a career path can be daunting when faced with an 8.9 percent unemployment rate in Illinois and ongoing layoffs. But there are options that not only lead to gainful employment but self-fulfillment. One profession that hasn't slowed in the...
The mayor of Columbus, Ohio, described his "utter disbelief" at the destructive "gamesmanship" as Congress debates the debt ceiling. The mayor of Fresno described her city's tough budget problems and wondered when the economy would hit bottom. The mayor...
Kori Gardner and Jason Hammel make up the duo Mates of State, a modern pop band that delivers sunny melodies that won't blind you with stupidity. Their music would be perfect for radio -- except that modern radio, commercial seems intent on fending off...
The Coupons.com index of frugal cities found that Southerners are among the best savers in the country, with more than one-third of the top 20 frugal cities. In addition to Atlanta and Tampa, other Southern cities on the list include Charlotte, Nashville,...
Tags: Oklahoma City, Seattle, Charlotte, Oklahoma, Tampa
Dr. Anna Elizabeth Smothers of Columbus, Ohio, and David Lee Dressman of Lexington annouce their engagement. The couple will marry on Sept. 17 at St. Luke Catholic Church in Nicholasville. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Joseph R. and Deborah Smothers...
Daily American Staff WriterAfter spending much of her childhood at the Philip Dressler Center, Annie Locklin-Mathias once again calls Laurel Arts home. Locklin-Mathias, 40, is the daughter of former Laurel Arts executive director, the late Robert Locklin. Her father held the...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Ohio, Awards and Prizes, Arts, Human Interest
Baltimore Sun reporterRuth D. Baird, a retired educator and counselor, died of a stroke Aug. 16 at her Rodgers Forge home. She was 77. Ruth Dudley Dentinger, the daughter of a comptroller and a homemaker, was born and raised in Louisville, Ky., where she graduated in 1951...
WASHINGTON (AP) — A 5.9 magnitude earthquake centered in Virginia forced evacuations of all the monuments in Washington and rattled nerves from the southern state of Georgia to Martha's Vineyard, the Massachusetts island in the northeast where...
Julia (O’Hara) Smith, 88, Quecreek, died Aug. 28, 2011, at her home with her children by her side. Born Dec. 10, 1922, in Nemacolin. Daughter of Michael and Martha (Borsos) O’Hara. Preceded in death by parents, husband of 41 years, Martin...
Tags: Ohio, Funeral Parlor and Crematorium, Berwyn
I moved to Danville from Columbus, Ohio, to work at Kentucky School for the Deaf. I remember visiting for my interview, fascinated with how beautiful and well-kept Danville seemed to be. Being in such a small town was a bit of a culture shock. I have...
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Police are trying to figure out who purposefully wedged a needle into the back of an Ohio movie theater seat, sending an 8-year-old boy to a hospital. WBNS-TV reports that the child was stuck by the needle Sunday and was taken...
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