THE BRIDGEHUNTER'S CHRONICLES Newsflyer: 15 May 2013
So far this year, it has been Dr. Jeckyl and Mr. Hyde when it comes to historic bridges being preserved in comparison to those that are on the way to the scrap heap. For the latter in this N... Posted on 5/15/13 at 3:48 AM
STAFF BLOG THE FARM BLEAT Sky and Sea: Wright Brothers and fishing on the OBX
The Wright Brothers Memorial was one of the first
places we stopped during our stay on the Outer Banks, mostly because it was a bit drizzly that first morning and we could spend our time inside, ... Posted on 10/31/12 at 10:21 PM
THE VIEW FROM MY WINDOW Yes, It's Worth It
I have been asked several times over the past two and a half months, whether being in a production like The Music Man is worth my time and energy. Is it worth essentially giving up a summer? Is it w... Posted on 8/6/12 at 1:41 PM
THE FLENSBURG FILES Lazarus the Bee
The last weekend in May has always been touted as the celebration of life. In the USA, we honor our fallen war veterans through Memorial Day and reflect on how the soldiers gave their lives for thei... Posted on 5/31/12 at 4:28 PM
STAFF BLOG BEYOND THE PAGE A day to remember and honor
It's Memorial Day.
The day to remember those who have served our country -- and those who continue to serve.
It's a special day for me this year. My cousin and his wife are serving in Afghanistan.
... Posted on 5/28/12 at 4:56 PM
WORTHINGTON — There is a blog that expresses disbelief. People outside Minnesota, the blogger says, are bewildered. The commission for Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport is spending more than $2 million to erase the names of the airport’s Lindbergh Terminal and Humphrey Terminal because these names confuse Minnesotans.
WORTHINGTON — Between the crisis in Haiti that has drawn the world’s attention and more local efforts to send veterans to the World War II Memorial, there is no shortage of people in need — and no shortage of St. Mary’s students willing to lend a hand.
WORTHINGTON — At a well-preserved 76 years old, Memorial Auditorium and Performing Arts Center may not need a complete facelift, but it will benefit from a nip here and a tuck there thanks to a generous bequest from the James Vance Trust.
ADRIAN: Rev. John Strunk will be the featured speaker at a Memorial Day Service at 9 a.m. Monday at the Catholic Cemetery, and 9:30 a.m. at the Public Cemetery. Refreshments will be served at the Legion Hall following the services.
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