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We've had some pretty crazy weather this year, but nothing as bad as much of the rest of our country has endured. Our West Coast had a record number of days when the temperature was over 100, the central states had widespread drought with crop losses...
County coronerAccording to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about one out of every three people in the United States will develop shingles, or herpes zoster. While the risk of this disease is greatest in the elderly population, anyone who has had...
The National Weather Service has confirmed that a tornado touched down, damaging several homes and sending a gazebo up onto a roof, in Jarrettsville during the storms that passed through the Baltimore metro area Friday evening. "An EF-0 tornado with...
email@example.comFolks who leave items not allowed at two Brown County Landfill drop sites will soon have to fork over $100 or more. At their Tuesday meeting, Brown County commissioners discussed imposing an administrative fee on offenders at the fairgrounds and South...
Fox 5 San Diego ReporterCARLSBAD, Calif. - A local group is giving a veteran a new roof and others a chance to get back to work. Walter “Mitch” Ritter is a former US Navy Hospital Corpsman and fell on hard times after retiring from the military, causing his home...
The Hartford CourantA major Connecticut insurance company continues to be a political lightning rod in one of the nation's most closely watched U.S. Senate races — the one in Massachusetts. Television advertisements for both candidates, incumbent Republican Scott...
The visual impact of solar panels can be minimized, according to a report presented by the Environmental Sustainability Committee reported at the Oct. 2 City Council meeting. The committee, tasked by the council to research the availability of...
Literary Editor"Small trees had attacked my parents' house at the foundation,” begins “The Round House,” Louise Erdrich's wise and suspenseful new novel. Bazil and Joe, a tribal judge and his 13-year-old son, work to pry loose the stalky shoots...
In the mid-1950s, Dr. Alta Schrock, college professor and former Grantsville, Md. and Springs resident, was sharing her dream with a guest in her Goshen, Ind. residence. "Why not organize an annual Springs Homecoming and Folk Festival?" she said....
Daily American CorrespondentAs you yawn in history class wishing this could be more exciting, you're carried off into a dream. A man in a deerskin suit stands right up from the page of the book. He aims his muzzle loader. "BANG!" Smoke rises above the pioneer's head. He explains how...
Tags: Festive Events, Music, Folk (genre), Ron Paul, Entertainment
Don Moffenbier, 1707 Fourth Ave. S.E., interior renovation, $500. Jeffrey Walth, 38380 Highway 12W, 24-by-30 addition to steel building, $4,000. Jason Jorgenson, 1125 S. Roosevelt St., reshingle house, $8,500. Avera St. Luke's, 1002 N. Jay St., Add...
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