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2014/08/28 05:34
2014/08/28 05:34
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KEITH WHITCOMB JR., Staff Writer BENNINGTON -- Does the ghost of Mary Todd Lincoln mess with the sheets at the Equinox hotel in Manchester? Can some of the disappearances reported near Glastenbury be...
2014/08/28 05:34
2014/08/28 05:34
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2014/08/25 20:15
2014/08/25 20:15
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Benjamin F. �Tad� Edwards IV has been in the business for more than 30 years. At 127 years and five generations, his family has been at it even longer. His great-great grandfather founded A.G....
2014/08/25 17:49
2014/08/25 17:49
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COLUMBIA -- The University of Missouri began fall classes Monday boasting the largest student body in its 175-year history. According to the MU News Bureau, enrollment for the fall semester is at...
2014/08/24 14:42
2014/08/24 14:42
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Anyone interested in learning firsthand about war can do so without stepping onto a bloody battlefield. For free, people today can attend the latter half of this annual two-day Civil War encampment...
2014/08/22 22:08
2014/08/22 22:08
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An eclectic mix of historic collectibles, military items and other personal property belonging to former Mount Carmel, Illinois, businessman Kevin C. Williams will be auctioned Aug. 30 to help satisfy...
2014/08/21 23:48
2014/08/21 23:48
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Recently, Katy Perry wore a pizza onesie to the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Which is to say: From head to toe, she adorned herself in a hooded suit patterned with pepperoni pizza. It looked delicious...
2014/08/21 20:19
2014/08/21 20:19
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Gov. Bob McDonnell has, apparently, mistaken Judge James R. Spencer for his marriage counselor. The former governor of Virginia seems to have forgotten he is on trial for public corruption and is...
2014/08/21 10:17
2014/08/21 10:17
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Janice Coroneos calls them her "fair fairies," her small dedicated staff of furniture movers, glass polishers, banner hangers, exhibit arrangers and entry registrars. Without them — it's a gigantic...
2014/08/17 16:42
2014/08/17 16:42
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The annual Civil War encampment at the Ohio Veterans Home returns this weekend, Saturday and Sunday, August 23 and 24. This year's encampment is called "Pirates and Prisons 1864," remembering the...
2014/08/16 20:20
2014/08/16 20:20
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Knoxville turned back the clock on Saturday as it feted the past with the seventh annual East Tennessee History Fair. Downtown was teeming with fairgoers who took in traditional crafts and music,...
2014/08/15 23:46
2014/08/15 23:46
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Maryam Mirzakhani made history this week. She became the first woman to win the Fields Medal, which has been called the “Nobel Prize of math." Overall, printed bills and their relevancy have been...
2014/08/15 18:20
2014/08/15 18:20
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Morrow will share and discuss the children’s book she has written about Owen Lovejoy, titled “Living with Lovejoy.” Illustrations of the book were done by Rashida Juma of Kenya, Africa. Deb Bowen,...
2014/08/12 23:43
2014/08/12 23:43
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There's a chill in the air this week. Schools are back in session. Fall is beginning to arrive. But if you want to stretch vacation season a little longer, here's an idea: Find time to visit some...
2014/08/12 21:18
2014/08/12 21:18
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When talking about the 2012 film Lincoln directed by Steven Spielberg the acting of Daniel Day-Lewis as the United States President Abraham Lincoln is the first thing that comes to anyone's mind who...
2014/08/03 13:18
2014/08/03 13:18
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By CYNTHIA McCLOUD For The State Journal When tour groups visit the Mountain State, JoAnn Peterson plays hostess — and sometimes she plays Mary Todd Lincoln or Nellie Bly. Peterson started...
2014/08/02 22:35
2014/08/02 22:35
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PORT SANILAC — Aiden, Ean and Braelynn Ewald didn�t care that the brass cannon firing blanks at the Civil War Days event in Port Sanilac was an original, cast in the 1860s. �We didn�t like the...
2014/08/28 05:34
2014/08/28 05:34
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