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In response to the letter, “No Native Americans, no need to bother,” really, Lee Brandt, why bother with “their” problems? Have you ever been to a Southern California pow-wow? If you have, you would know that there are many...
The sleek, 130-foot yacht dwarfed the wooden replica tied up alongside. Five hundred years of maritime progress was on display. During a brief stay in Frankfort Harbor, the Niña drew the curious to this small northern Michigan town, providing a unique...
The Alex Theatre was rockin’, the audience was cheering and the Glendale Pops Orchestra was fantastic. Kenny Loggins, David Benoit and Monica Mancini were magic. If you missed it back in May, you missed the beginnings of another jewel in Glendale&...
Editor's Note: Numerous instances of plagiarism have been discovered in Dan Kimber’s “Education Matters” column, which ran in the News- Press from September 2003 to September 2011. In those columns where plagiarism has been found, a...
When I’m not spending my time inciting the ire of readers around the community, I have a relatively interesting day job in corporate America. Aside from the regular demands of the daily grind, the company is obsessive about the growth and...
Celebrate and honor the wisdom teachings of the ancients with a special fundraising event for the International Council of the 13 Indigenous Grandmothers Friday, Nov. 11, from 6 to 10 p.m., or Saturday, Nov. 12, from 1 to 9 p.m. at Edgewood Hall at...
Hold your horses, Tonto. Film crew workers, who were told last week to dismantle a western town set being built near Silver City, N.M., for Walt Disney Studios' planned production of "The Lone Ranger," were instructed Wednesday night to hold off on the...
An interview with Courier-Journal reporter Byron Crawford in 2004 was the impetus behind Ed Henson’s new book, “Swift.” Henson grew up in Slade, in the Red River Gorge area, and learned about the legend of John Swift’s silver mine...
The Hartford CourantI love old roads. They are about as close to a time machine as one can get, outside of the one I'm tinkering with in my basement. And East Haddam's Creek Row is about as old as they come, being the first road built in a town that dates to the 1660s, when...
Tags: Manchester, Travel, State Parks, Connecticut River, East Haddam
AUG. 19 Fort Ransom, N.D.: American Kennel Club raccoon hunt. Bench show deadline is 7 p.m. with a $10 entry fee. Hunt at 9 p.m. with a $25 entry fee. Meet at the North Dakota Coon Hunters Association clubhouse at Sheyenne River Lodge. Details: Jay...
Tags: Travel, Archery, Hanukkah, New Year's Day, Religious Festivals
Founded: 1802 History: Before the Europeans explored Salem 64 years after they settled Jamestown, Salem was populated by a tribe of Native Americans known as the Totero. The area, when discovered by explorers years later, was originally named...
Founded: 1928 History: Martinsville, founded by Native American Revolutionary War general Joseph Martin, began as a part of the larger Henry County. Martinsville, though recognized as a separate town, wasn't officially independent of Henry County...
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