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Kane County Chronicle
Plaza events in St. Charles to allow outdoor liquor intakethe dates scheduled this summer, Clarke asked the City Council this week for pe
Kane County Chronicle / Posted 52 minutes ago
the dates scheduled this summer, Clarke asked the City Council this week for permission to add four additional Unwind Wednesdays on Sept. 6, 13, 20 and 27. He also asked the council to approve another plaza event on Sept. 16. The additional event... Read more
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The News-Herald
Reverse raffle helps Make-a-Wish Foundation, honors beloved residentco-workers and everyone who knew and loved her. Longtime friend Sharon Hill, w
The News-Herald / Posted 2 hours ago
co-workers and everyone who knew and loved her. Longtime friend Sharon Hill, who owns Brennan’s Fish House in Grand River Village, said she suffered a fatal heart anomaly. “She was born with a heart defect,” Hill writes in an Aug. 22 e-mail... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
NC agencies: Give us help, funds to regulate toxic GenXBut state committee, meeting in Wilmington, orders staff to vet plan that would
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 3 hours ago
But state committee, meeting in Wilmington, orders staff to vet plan that would see local utilities, UNCW lead efforts By Adam Wagner GateHouse Media WILMINGTON -- Michael Regan, secretary of the N.C. Department of Environmental Quality, told a... Read more
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The News-Herald
Willoughby church travels to West Virginia to aid those affected by floodingpoverty. About three hours from Willoughby, McMechen, part of the Wheeling Met
The News-Herald / Posted 4 hours ago
poverty. About three hours from Willoughby, McMechen, part of the Wheeling Metropolitan Statistical Area, sits on the Ohio River. Initially concerned about what conditions might welcome them, trip coordinator Cari Radel said thoughts of... Read more
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Kane County Chronicle
Plaza events to allow outdoor liquor intakethe dates scheduled this summer, Clarke asked the City Council this week for pe
Kane County Chronicle / Posted 5 hours ago
the dates scheduled this summer, Clarke asked the City Council this week for permission to add four additional Unwind Wednesdays on Sept. 6, 13, 20 and 27. He also asked the council to approve another plaza event on Sept. 16. The additional event... Read more
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The Patriot Ledger
Fore River Clubhouse, fields getting makeover at 100place for shipbuilders, a spot for locals to come and mingle over a community d
The Patriot Ledger / Posted 7 hours ago
place for shipbuilders, a spot for locals to come and mingle over a community dinner. But in recent years, the Fore River Clubhouse in Quincy Point has fallen into some disrepair. A window’s broken on the building’s east side, and the inside... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
Barfield back on CFCC Board of Trusteeswill serve a four year term as a gubernatorial appointment. Whiteville City Co
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted 8 hours ago
will serve a four year term as a gubernatorial appointment. Whiteville City Council approves earlier alcohol sales on SundaysWhiteville City Council approves earlier alcohol sales on Sundays Leaders in the City of Whiteville Tuesday night passed... Read more
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Santa Fe Reporter
New music festival spinoff kicks off in styleBluegrass and Old Time Music Festival stalled out at the Santa Fe fairgrounds,
Santa Fe Reporter / Posted 21 hours ago
Bluegrass and Old Time Music Festival stalled out at the Santa Fe fairgrounds, then moved to Edgewood last year and Red River next month. But now, the first-ever Santa Santa Fe Traditional Music Festival will go down at Camp Stoney north of the... Read more
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Peninsula Clarion
Larger commercial coho harvest sparks concern in Mat-Suhas been concern for coho passage to the stream systems in the Matanuska-Susitn
Peninsula Clarion / Posted yesterday
has been concern for coho passage to the stream systems in the Matanuska-Susitna Valley, especially the Little Susitna River. The Fish and Game commercial fisheries managers restricted the setnetters in the northern district from their regular... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
Ordinary To Extraordinaryduring the Civil War. It is known she operated in the Crutchfield House hotel w
The Chattanoogan / Posted yesterday
during the Civil War. It is known she operated in the Crutchfield House hotel when it was used as a hospital in the days after Chickamauga. For the record, 3,499 have been awarded the Medal of Honor and 30 are from Tennessee, the most... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
Whiteville City Council approves earlier alcohol sales on Sundays Leaders in the City of Whiteville Tuesday night passed an ordinance allowing
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted yesterday
Leaders in the City of Whiteville Tuesday night passed an ordinance allowing the sale of alcohol earlier on Sundays,... Read more
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KTVB Boise
Program provides free swim lessons to refugee kidselectrified to do something around this issue since Dieudonne Eca died," said J
KTVB Boise / Posted yesterday
electrified to do something around this issue since Dieudonne Eca died," said Julianne Donnelly Tzul, International Rescue Committee. Back in July, 15-year-old Dieudonne Eca drowned in Quinn's Pond. He and his family had just arrived in Boise... Read more
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Kane County Chronicle
Batavia seeks 4th Ward alderman applicants; city updates sharedapplicants are interviewed by the council, which then votes in secret. That pr
Kane County Chronicle / Posted yesterday
applicants are interviewed by the council, which then votes in secret. That process will take place during a council committee meeting Sept. 12, Schielke said, adding that a qualified applicant must be at least 18, have resided in the ward... Read more
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The Birmingham Times
Today’s Birmingham elections – Here are the candidates for mayor, city council and school boarda public servant working with the city’s Division of Youth Services, the Birmin
The Birmingham Times / Posted yesterday
a public servant working with the city’s Division of Youth Services, the Birmingham City Council and the Jefferson County Committee for Economic Opportunity (JCCEO). In 2009, Woodfin became an assistant city attorney for Birmingham. At the same... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Charter schools lead the wayto three more applications--one from Little Rock and two from Pine Bluff--that
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted yesterday
to three more applications--one from Little Rock and two from Pine Bluff--that brings to five the number of new schools the committee would let open for business in this small, wonderful state. Arkansas is far from fulfilling its potential as an... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Trump affirms U.S.' role in Afghan fightour strategy from now on." [PRESIDENT TRUMP: Timeline, appointments, executive
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted yesterday
our strategy from now on." [PRESIDENT TRUMP: Timeline, appointments, executive orders + guide to actions in first 200 days] Ahead of his speech, U.S. officials said they expected the president to go along with a Pentagon recommendation to... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
HBRC opposes Water Conservation Order2017, 4:51 pmPress Release: Hawkes Bay Regional Council for Ngaruroro and Cli
Scoop.co.nz / Posted yesterday
2017, 4:51 pmPress Release: Hawkes Bay Regional Council for Ngaruroro and Clive RiversThe Hawke’s Bay Regional Council has today voted unanimously to oppose the Water Conservation Order (WCO) application... Read more
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The Gilmer Mirror
Despite Advance Directive Dementia Patient Denied Last Wish Says Spouse - Despite Advance Directive Dementia Patient Denied Last Wish Says Spouse By JoNel Aleccia MEDFORD Ore. — Bill Harris is blunt: For more than a year he has been trying to help...for care. (Jim Craven for KHN) A bill introduced in the Oregon Legislature las
The Gilmer Mirror / Posted 2 days ago
for care. (Jim Craven for KHN) A bill introduced in the Oregon Legislature last year would have allowed an appointed committee to amend the state’s advance directive form. Critics, including Oregon Right to Life, an advocacy group, opposed... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Kitchen Garden: Using native dried herbs and spicesmarkets. Among the dried herbs and spices, 'native peppersalt' is the most pop
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
markets. Among the dried herbs and spices, 'native peppersalt' is the most popular. The infused salt is a mix of Murray River salt flakes, ground pepperberry, ground pepperleaf and wattleseed and adds zing to things that go with red wine such as... Read more
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The Age
Kitchen Garden: Using native dried herbs and spicesmarkets. Among the dried herbs and spices, 'native peppersalt' is the most pop
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
markets. Among the dried herbs and spices, 'native peppersalt' is the most popular. The infused salt is a mix of Murray River salt flakes, ground pepperberry, ground pepperleaf and wattleseed and adds zing to things that go with red wine such as... Read more
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Summit Daily News
Mountain Town News: Jackson Hole preparing for crowd like none othercareer studying the nature of mountain resort towns. He was, for example, the t
Summit Daily News / Posted 3 days ago
career studying the nature of mountain resort towns. He was, for example, the town manager in Vail both during one of its days of glory, when the World Championships were held there in 1999 as well as a year earlier, when a ski lodge burned,... Read more
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KTLA-TV Los Angeles
Pediatricians Say Florida Hurt Sick Kids to Help Big GOP Donorsa patient on his hospital bed at a Miami medical center on April 30, 2017. (Cre
KTLA-TV Los Angeles / Posted 3 days ago
a patient on his hospital bed at a Miami medical center on April 30, 2017. (Credit: Joe Raedle/Getty Images) But just days before the procedures were to take place, the surgeons’ office called to cancel them. Like nearly half of all children... Read more
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NBC 2 Fort Myers
Pediatricians say Florida hurt sick kids to help big GOP donorscould remedy. With her son in terrible pain, Meredith Stroud arranged for surg
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted 4 days ago
could remedy. With her son in terrible pain, Meredith Stroud arranged for surgeries to fix his problems. But just days before the procedures were to take place, the surgeons' office called to cancel them. Like nearly half of all children... Read more
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ABC 7 Gulfshore News
Pediatricians say Florida hurt sick kids to help big GOP donorscould remedy. With her son in terrible pain, Meredith Stroud arranged for surg
ABC 7 Gulfshore News / Posted 4 days ago
could remedy. With her son in terrible pain, Meredith Stroud arranged for surgeries to fix his problems. But just days before the procedures were to take place, the surgeons' office called to cancel them. Like nearly half of all children... Read more
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Philboxing
OUTSIDE LOOKING IN: A VICTORY FOR THE PHILIPPINESplay the role as saviour when the SEA Gamee Federation offered the hosting in p
Philboxing / Posted 4 days ago
play the role as saviour when the SEA Gamee Federation offered the hosting in place, again, of Brunei. Philippine Olympic Committee president Jose �Peping� Cojuangco accepted the offer without any inkling that war will erupt in Marawi. The war... Read more
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The Manila Times
A victory for the Philippinesto play the role as savior when the SEA Games Federation offered the hosting in
The Manila Times / Posted 4 days ago
to play the role as savior when the SEA Games Federation offered the hosting in place, again, of Brunei. Philippine Olympic Committee president Jose “Peping” Cojuangco accepted the offer without any inkling that war will erupt in Marawi. The war... Read more
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KMGH 7 Denver
Pediatricians say Florida hurt sick kids to help big GOP donorscould remedy. With her son in terrible pain, Meredith Stroud arranged for surg
KMGH 7 Denver / Posted 4 days ago
could remedy. With her son in terrible pain, Meredith Stroud arranged for surgeries to fix his problems. But just days before the procedures were to take place, the surgeons' office called to cancel them. Like nearly half of all children... Read more
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ABC Action News Tampa Bay
Pediatricians say Florida hurt sick kids to help big GOP donorscould remedy. With her son in terrible pain, Meredith Stroud arranged for surg
ABC Action News Tampa Bay / Posted 4 days ago
could remedy. With her son in terrible pain, Meredith Stroud arranged for surgeries to fix his problems. But just days before the procedures were to take place, the surgeons' office called to cancel them. Like nearly half of all children... Read more
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KTNV Las Vegas
Pediatricians say Florida hurt sick kids to help big GOP donorscould remedy. With her son in terrible pain, Meredith Stroud arranged for surg
KTNV Las Vegas / Posted 4 days ago
could remedy. With her son in terrible pain, Meredith Stroud arranged for surgeries to fix his problems. But just days before the procedures were to take place, the surgeons' office called to cancel them. Like nearly half of all children... Read more
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NBC26 Green Bay
Pediatricians say Florida hurt sick kids to help big GOP donorscould remedy. With her son in terrible pain, Meredith Stroud arranged for surg
NBC26 Green Bay / Posted 4 days ago
could remedy. With her son in terrible pain, Meredith Stroud arranged for surgeries to fix his problems. But just days before the procedures were to take place, the surgeons' office called to cancel them. Like nearly half of all children... Read more
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KIVI Boise
Pediatricians say Florida hurt sick kids to help big GOP donorscould remedy. With her son in terrible pain, Meredith Stroud arranged for surg
KIVI Boise / Posted 4 days ago
could remedy. With her son in terrible pain, Meredith Stroud arranged for surgeries to fix his problems. But just days before the procedures were to take place, the surgeons' office called to cancel them. Like nearly half of all children... Read more
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WRTV Indianapolis
Pediatricians say Florida hurt sick kids to help big GOP donorscould remedy. With her son in terrible pain, Meredith Stroud arranged for surg
WRTV Indianapolis / Posted 4 days ago
could remedy. With her son in terrible pain, Meredith Stroud arranged for surgeries to fix his problems. But just days before the procedures were to take place, the surgeons' office called to cancel them. Like nearly half of all children... Read more
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KGTV San Diego
Pediatricians say Florida hurt sick kids to help big GOP donorscould remedy. With her son in terrible pain, Meredith Stroud arranged for surg
KGTV San Diego / Posted 4 days ago
could remedy. With her son in terrible pain, Meredith Stroud arranged for surgeries to fix his problems. But just days before the procedures were to take place, the surgeons' office called to cancel them. Like nearly half of all children... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Senate Passes Into Law Four Amended Chapters of Elections Lawfour amended portions of the Elections Law, following exhaustive debates. The p
AllAfrica.com / Posted 4 days ago
four amended portions of the Elections Law, following exhaustive debates. The plenary's decision followed a report from the Committee on Judiciary, Claims, and Human Rights and the Committee on Autonomous Commissions and Agencies on an Act seeking... Read more
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The Irish Times
Dublin’s Liffey boardwalk: ‘It could explode in a second’2000, at the official opening of the Liffey boardwalk. At the time, Brennan was
The Irish Times / Posted 4 days ago
2000, at the official opening of the Liffey boardwalk. At the time, Brennan was the chairman of the National Millennium Committee. Plans for the £2 million boardwalk were first announced in November 1998, along with a number of other... Read more
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Daily Liberal
The week in pictures: August 13-18, 2017on show as part of the Bicentenary celebrations. Roy Ah See opened the exhibiti
Daily Liberal / Posted 5 days ago
on show as part of the Bicentenary celebrations. Roy Ah See opened the exhibition. VICTOR HARBOR Aboriginal Youth Action Committee members Moesha and Mali Wanganeen and Ash-Monique Oughton are excited about a new venue. Photo Dani... Read more
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The Border Mail
The week in pictures: August 13-18, 2017on show as part of the Bicentenary celebrations. Roy Ah See opened the exhibiti
The Border Mail / Posted 5 days ago
on show as part of the Bicentenary celebrations. Roy Ah See opened the exhibition. VICTOR HARBOR Aboriginal Youth Action Committee members Moesha and Mali Wanganeen and Ash-Monique Oughton are excited about a new venue. Photo Dani... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
The week in pictures: August 13-18, 2017on show as part of the Bicentenary celebrations. Roy Ah See opened the exhibiti
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 5 days ago
on show as part of the Bicentenary celebrations. Roy Ah See opened the exhibition. VICTOR HARBOR Aboriginal Youth Action Committee members Moesha and Mali Wanganeen and Ash-Monique Oughton are excited about a new venue. Photo Dani... Read more
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The Courier
The week in pictures: August 13-18, 2017on show as part of the Bicentenary celebrations. Roy Ah See opened the exhibiti
The Courier / Posted 5 days ago
on show as part of the Bicentenary celebrations. Roy Ah See opened the exhibition. VICTOR HARBOR Aboriginal Youth Action Committee members Moesha and Mali Wanganeen and Ash-Monique Oughton are excited about a new venue. Photo Dani... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
The week in pictures: August 13-18, 2017on show as part of the Bicentenary celebrations. Roy Ah See opened the exhibiti
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 5 days ago
on show as part of the Bicentenary celebrations. Roy Ah See opened the exhibition. VICTOR HARBOR Aboriginal Youth Action Committee members Moesha and Mali Wanganeen and Ash-Monique Oughton are excited about a new venue. Photo Dani... Read more
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The Young Witness
The week in pictures: August 13-18, 2017on show as part of the Bicentenary celebrations. Roy Ah See opened the exhibiti
The Young Witness / Posted 5 days ago
on show as part of the Bicentenary celebrations. Roy Ah See opened the exhibition. VICTOR HARBOR Aboriginal Youth Action Committee members Moesha and Mali Wanganeen and Ash-Monique Oughton are excited about a new venue. Photo Dani... Read more
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Western Advocate
The week in pictures: August 13-18, 2017on show as part of the Bicentenary celebrations. Roy Ah See opened the exhibiti
Western Advocate / Posted 5 days ago
on show as part of the Bicentenary celebrations. Roy Ah See opened the exhibition. VICTOR HARBOR Aboriginal Youth Action Committee members Moesha and Mali Wanganeen and Ash-Monique Oughton are excited about a new venue. Photo Dani... Read more
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Kiama Independent
The week in pictures: August 13-18, 2017on show as part of the Bicentenary celebrations. Roy Ah See opened the exhibiti
Kiama Independent / Posted 5 days ago
on show as part of the Bicentenary celebrations. Roy Ah See opened the exhibition. VICTOR HARBOR Aboriginal Youth Action Committee members Moesha and Mali Wanganeen and Ash-Monique Oughton are excited about a new venue. Photo Dani... Read more
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Manning River Times
The week in pictures: August 13-18, 2017on show as part of the Bicentenary celebrations. Roy Ah See opened the exhibiti
Manning River Times / Posted 5 days ago
on show as part of the Bicentenary celebrations. Roy Ah See opened the exhibition. VICTOR HARBOR Aboriginal Youth Action Committee members Moesha and Mali Wanganeen and Ash-Monique Oughton are excited about a new venue. Photo Dani... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
The week in pictures: August 13-18, 2017on show as part of the Bicentenary celebrations. Roy Ah See opened the exhibiti
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 5 days ago
on show as part of the Bicentenary celebrations. Roy Ah See opened the exhibition. VICTOR HARBOR Aboriginal Youth Action Committee members Moesha and Mali Wanganeen and Ash-Monique Oughton are excited about a new venue. Photo Dani... Read more
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The North West Star
The week in pictures: August 13-18, 2017on show as part of the Bicentenary celebrations. Roy Ah See opened the exhibiti
The North West Star / Posted 5 days ago
on show as part of the Bicentenary celebrations. Roy Ah See opened the exhibition. VICTOR HARBOR Aboriginal Youth Action Committee members Moesha and Mali Wanganeen and Ash-Monique Oughton are excited about a new venue. Photo Dani... Read more
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Daily Liberal
The week in pictures: August 13-18, 2017on show as part of the Bicentenary celebrations. Roy Ah See opened the exhibiti
Daily Liberal / Posted 5 days ago
on show as part of the Bicentenary celebrations. Roy Ah See opened the exhibition. VICTOR HARBOR Aboriginal Youth Action Committee members Moesha and Mali Wanganeen and Ash-Monique Oughton are excited about a new venue. Photo Dani... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
YESTERDAY AND TODAY: Bridging the GorgeThe first bridges across the Niagara River (first for pedestrians and carriages
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 5 days ago
The first bridges across the Niagara River (first for pedestrians and carriages, later also allowing for railroad traffic) opened in the late 1840s and early 1850s. They were a good distance away from the Falls, crossing the Niagara Gorge where the... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
YESTERDAY AND TODAY: Bridging the GorgeThe first bridges across the Niagara River (first for pedestrians and carriages
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 5 days ago
The first bridges across the Niagara River (first for pedestrians and carriages, later also allowing for railroad traffic) opened in the late 1840s and early 1850s. They were a good distance away from the Falls, crossing the Niagara Gorge where the... Read more
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Welland Tribune
YESTERDAY AND TODAY: Bridging the GorgeThe first bridges across the Niagara River (first for pedestrians and carriages
Welland Tribune / Posted 5 days ago
The first bridges across the Niagara River (first for pedestrians and carriages, later also allowing for railroad traffic) opened in the late 1840s and early 1850s. They were a good distance away from the Falls, crossing the Niagara Gorge where the... Read more
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