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New figures to repair Lake Somerset show that it will cost about $7.4 million. The water in the lake owned by the Pa. Fish and Boat Commission was lowered last year as the breast is no longer deemed safe. Now the state has to figure out which...
Saturday, April 20 MIAMI-DADE COUNTY Bass Buddies: Painting Like the Masters. Designed for children 4-6, art class allows participants to explore their creative side with painting, drawing or sculpting and may include a science experiment, museum...
Tags: Edward M. Burke, Farms, Arts, Travel, Earth Day
There are no parks in Parksville — at least not the one here in Kentucky. But, according to the website for Parksville, B.C., located on Canada’s Vancouver Island, their six provincial parks within a 30-minute drive of the town,...
Daily American Staff Writer, @daalyssacFish and Boat Commissioner Len Lichvar said funding could be available for Lake Somerset, but residents must lobby to secure the funds. "It's the citizens that got it here and it's the citizens that can keep it here," he said during a live online...
Tags: Lobbying, Tom Corbett, Lifestyle and Leisure, Politics
Editor’s Note: Hand held state qualifying marks are in parenthesis CLASS AA BOYS 110-Meter High Hurdles Brandon Gildemaster, S.F. Roosevelt…:14.4 Josh Hilgemann, Aberdeen Central…:15.0 Cole Fierro, R.C. Stevens…:...
Lake Bluff is taking steps to prevent the kind of ravine erosion that is plaguing a number of North Shore communities. Village officials have approved a construction contract to install rock structures along the streambed of Ravine Park that will reduce...
CHARLEVOIX — A Great Lakes muskellunge previously named a state record has now been listed as a world record by a group called the International Committee of the Modern Day Muskellunge World Record Program. At the time the Michigan Department of...
Tags: Fishing, Lifestyle and Leisure, Bellaire
HANGZHOU, China — Few cities in this vast, complex land rival Hangzhou in the hearts and minds of the Chinese. They rush in like pilgrims, more than 20 million a year, eager to drink in the classic scenery of mountains, pagodas and tea fields...
Tags: Museums, Music, Arts and Culture, China, Entertainment
Shaped like a teardrop and carved out of the eastern bank of the Bush River, the UNDEX Test Facility at Aberdeen Proving Ground has earned the nickname "Super Pond" for its unusual properties. Viewed from above, the man-made pond looks much darker...
The Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra will present a concert titled "The Virtuoso Orchestra" at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 9, at the First Congregational Church of Charlevoix and at 4 p.m. on Sunday, March 10, at the First Presbyterian Church of Harbor...
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