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Md. looks to make city regular host of NCAA lacro...
... vision is we're going after both men's and women's [championships], and we're going to create an epicenter" for the sport, said Terry Hasseltine, director of the Maryland Office of Sports...
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WV Film Office to host June training seminar in H...
The West Virginia Film Office wants to help develop the next great director or producer. A two-day, hands-on workforce training seminar will be held on June 22 and 23 in Huntington. Skills training...
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Music City Center To Attract One Million Hotel Ro...
NASHVILLE, Tenn. –Mayor Karl Dean was happy to announce city leaders exceeded an internal goal of having one million hotel room nights booked by the time Music City Center officially opened. Pages of...
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Destiny USA tourism saving taxpayers money
It seems like every other week something new opens at Destiny USA. And that translates into lots of tourism dollars. Our Katie Gibas takes a look at how that helps taxpayers. SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- If you...
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Springs-area attractions investing in big improve...
Springs-area attractions investing in big improvements for tourists Colorado Springs area attractions and tourist destinations have invested, or plan to invest, almost $134 million in improvements...
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Phoenix Open funding wise
The Waste Management Phoenix Open is far from perfect. Its crowds can be underdressed and overserved. The byzantine shuttle system to and from parking lots is a constant source of frustration. The...
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Are we ready for hurricane season? | Focus on Man...
The official hurricane season is June 1 through Nov. 30, and every year there are named storms and predictions. Each of us has a personal responsibility to have our homes and businesses...
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Meeting in Turlock to focus on how to attract tou...
It is sponsored by the Great Valley Center, based in Modesto, with the help of several partners. The organizers cited a study estimating travelers spent about $2.6 billion in the five counties from...
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Tell me about Natchez: CVB operations unknown to ...
Tell me about Natchez: CVB operations unknown to boardPublished 12:01am Monday, May 20, 2013 NATCHEZ — Two Natchez aldermen say they want a better understanding of the operations of the Natchez...
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Group working to raise money for monument to blac...
Among the first local blacks who joined the Union were members of Moxley’s Band, a Hagerstown-based black brass band that became known as the 1st Brigade Band, U.S. Colored Troops, according to local...
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Valley Forge National Historical Park To Celebrat...
Valley Forge National Historical Park will host a Trails Fair in celebration of American Hiking Society’s 21st annual National Trails Day. The event will be held at the Betzwood Picnic Area from 8...
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Scott wants to bring tourist attractions together...
STONE, Ky - Bob Scott says the people of Pike and Mingo Counties do not realize the potential of the history in their backyard, and he wants to spur local groups to take advantage of that...
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Lake hoping for sunny tourist season
The official start of the summer season is just days away, and Lake of the Ozarks area officials are “cautiously optimistic” about the forecast for tourism this year. A number of factors — from...
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Santa Rosa's moment in Tour of California spotlig...
Peter Sagan crosses the finish line to win the first stage of the 2012 Amgen Tour of California 2012 in Santa Rosa.PressDemocrat.comMay 18, 2013 12:41 PM The massive roadshow that is the Amgen...
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GBAD election: 8 candidates, many options
Will we build that new multisport stadium? A new convention center? Will we expand the existing Boise Centre? Something else? None of the above? Eight candidates are vying for three available seats...
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You haven't lived here until � you go to the Cisc...
IS THAT A COMPUTER THING? No. It�s a chain of 15 interconnected lakes in Gogebic County in the far western Upper Peninsula. Three of them are shared with Wisconsin. For centuries, when the Ojibwa...
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Tourism promoters hoping for nice summer
PARKERSBURG - Local tourism officials are anticipating a strong showing for the approaching summer travel season.. With attractions like Blennerhassett Island and the West Virginia Motor Speedway to...
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City's first Country Music Festival fills downtow...
Lauren E. Toney / For the Sun-News LAS CRUCES — Main Street Downtown amped up its award-winning Saturday morning market, filling the streets with country music melodies and allowing fans the unique...
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Experts give their ideas to fix the National Base...
The National Baseball Congress World Series is under intense scrutiny at City Hall, where city officials have convened a panel of baseball experts and are fielding calls from NBC teams around the...
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Searching for the perfect book
OTTUMWA — Ottumwans scoured table after table of books at "Pages for Pennies" at Bridge View Center Saturday morning. Proceeds from the sale, which continues until 5 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m.-5 p.m....
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