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As a small green oasis at a busy urban intersection, Bethlehem's Pulaski Park is easy to miss. Too bad. It's worth sitting there and reflecting on what might have been had Brig. Gen. Kazimierz Pulaski never come to the colonies to lend his military...
Gallipolis Daily Tribune, OhioOpal Greuser, regent of Return Jonathan Meigs Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), attended the 114th annual conference of the Ohio Society, National DAR, held recently in Columbus. The conference opened with a banquet on Friday night...
Tags: Human Interest
Rachel Anne Barney GPA: 4.4384 School Activities/Clubs: IB drama production of "Dear Brutus," Field Studies Club, IB History HL, IB English HL, IB Theatre HL, IB French SL, IB Environmental Science SL, IB Theory of Knowledge, IB diploma candidate, AP US...
Troy Bolus GPA: 4.5 School Activities/Clubs: track, Photography Club Community: peer tutor, Illumination Foundation Awards/Honors: Most Valuable Player varsity track 2012, Best Varsity Jumper 2010-11 Hobbies/Interests: guitar, golf, skiing,...
St. Louis Post-DispatchThe steamboat Natchez labored noisily up the Mississippi river bearing the most admired tourist in America. Townsfolk jammed the landing at the foot of Market Street, scanning the river for a wisp of smoke. As the boat approached, the crowd erupted in...
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Too bad, you bunch of terrorist punks. You lose again. Just like always. Doesn't matter where you are – whether you're hiding in your pathetic spider hole, tucked away in your fortress on the hill or cowering in the fetal position in the...
The News-SentinelIt's not even visible from Aboite Road, which may be one reason why the tiny Kelsey Cemetery in Lafayette Township, with its weather-beaten, broken headstones and overgrown foliage, epitomizes the many nearly forgotten cemeteries scattered throughout...
Tags: Culture, Arts and Culture, Vandalism, Sociology, Netherlands
The Senate voted Thursday morning to allow the gun debate to go forward. Looks as if this pistol-packin’ nation may end up with a background check requirement after all -- though there’s no guarantee that even that modest measure will...
Special to The Herald-MailMusic played, stories told, historical items sold: A lot happens at the 18th Century Market Fair at Fort Frederick, but one man knows about it more than anyone. Chris Holmgren of Dickerson, Md., is a longtime volunteer and artisan featured at the fair....
Tags: Entertainment, Music
The Conococheague Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, or DAR, held the annual DAR Good Citizens awards ceremony and tea March 13 at the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts in Hagerstown. Conococheague Chapter Regent Jo Ann Schuchman...
Tags: Education, Arts, Teaching and Learning, Ceremonies, Culture
The Bill of Rights is full of mischief. Bad guys often beat the rap, religious zealots can run amok, and citizens can deny entry to authorities who are only trying to find out what's being hidden. Worst of all, people are allowed to be self-reliant...
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