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100 Years Ago - 1913 The People’s Bank of Perryville has just received a large shipment of the new nickel five-cent piece from the United States Treasury. Cashier C.D. Minor came to Danville by automobile and carried the coins back to Perryville....
Ephraim McDowell Health’s HealthRewards program is planning trips for 2013-14 and invites individuals to participate. A HealthRewards membership is not required to participate. The following trips are planned: Heart of the South, Oct. 20-27...
email@example.comSecretary of the Interior Ken Salazar and director of the National Park Service Jonathan B. Jarvis announced Monday the designation of 13 new national historic landmarks, including the Camp Nelson Historic and Archeological District. “These...
Journal Columnist“I read Reader’s Digest!” I had grabbed my husband by the lapels of his jacket, and mustered all my wifely strength as I screamed the words only inches from his nose. Fear had run amok in the wilderness of Yellowstone National Park,...
A group of friends with resumes that include work at Yosemite National Park, professional photography and software engineering recently opened a cafe at the Red River Gorge that they hope becomes a community hangout. Aaron Brouwer, Kristina Carter and Rob...
firstname.lastname@example.orgKakuzo Okakura’s “The Book of Tea” first was published in 1906. It’s never been out of print, and it’s one of the most influential books written for tea-lovers. “The Book of Tea” recently was released by...
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email@example.comNo matter how many times I vacation in Pigeon Forge, Tenn., I never seem to run out of new things to see and do. My late September getaway certainly was no different because my wife and Iżgot to see three new shows as well as three live bears that didn&...
Paul E. Pfahler, 87, of Lakeland, Mich., passed away at home on Monday, May 20, 2013, from natural causes. Paul was born to Rita O'Brien and John Lloyd Pfahler in Mansfield, Ohio. He graduated from Mansfield Senior High School. After graduation, he...
In 2012, Fort Monroe's official May 24 history celebration arrived the way the undersized, counterproductively divided Fort Monroe National Monument had arrived: notably late and wrongly defined. Officials were celebrating Fort Monroe events from 1861...
In Honor of Those Who Serve, local businesses would like to say "Thank You" for your service by offering special discounts for Memorial Day. (This list is ongoing, please check back for updates and additions.) Some discounts are offered all year long....
It was a sweat lodge ceremony in Texas where Jim Thorpe reached out to his grandson through a medicine man. The shaman told John Thorpe his grandfather's spirit was content in the Pennsylvania town where his body has lain for six decades. "Grandpa...
DAY TRIPPIN' •Eagles/Carolina pre-season game, Aug. 15. $80. Whitehall-Coplay PTO, Rhonda, 610-266-1995. •"Noah," lunch at Shady Maple, July 24. $88. Landis Valley Village, Wilbur Chocolate, Sturgis Pretzels, lunch, Aug. 20. $74. "Motown,"...
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