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Centre CollegeCentre College’s 189th commencement will take place at 3 p.m. Sunday in Newlin Hall of the Norton Center for the Arts. The 2013 graduation exercises will begin with the baccalaureate ceremony, which also will take place in Newlin Hall at 11 a.m....
email@example.comCentre College welcomed back students and a permanent guest of honor in the form of a towering new statue of Abraham Lincoln, which was unveiled following opening convocation Sunday. The 12-foot-tall bronze sculpture by renowned Louisville artist Ed...
Is freedom free? I think not. It was not free for the Minute Men who gave their lives during the birth of our country at Lexington, Concord and Bunker Hill. It was not free for those Marines who faced the “Halls of Montezuma” on that distant...
firstname.lastname@example.orgPERRYVILLE — Alan Hoeweler was 16 the first time the sound of his boots was heard on the floorboards of the H.P. Bottom House in the middle of the Perryville Battlefield. His daddy thought he’d stolen the car that day to get there, he said,...
I would like to respond to Gil Russell, who wrote that I need to “grow up.” Russell, and those who think as he does, needs to accept the facts. According to most polls and economic analysts, 67 percent of Americans, many who are Republicans,...
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Special to The Kentucky Advocate“When no employment is available, make your own work by using your added talents at crafts,” says Hobo Ethical Code No. 5. Although the word “hobo” typically assumes a derogatory connotation or stereotype, the lifestyle and...
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“Let every nation know, whether it wishes us well or ill, that we shall pay any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any friend, oppose any foe to assure the survival of liberty.” –John F. Kennedy Memorial Day marks the...
A popular summer concert series has seemingly escaped looming federal budget cuts. Fort Monroe's Music By the Bay series will begin June 13 and with a performance by the U.S. Fleet Forces Band Wind Ensemble. Concerts take place on Thursday evenings at...
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Top 10 Gettysburg events, attractions •Major re-enactments June 29th and 30th (at Bushey Farm) and July 4-7 (at Redding Farm), with 10,000-plus re-enactors on the field. •Commemorative ceremony, Gettysburg: A New Birth of Freedom, June 30,...
Cecil W. Thomas III strides down an old brick walk outside historic St. John's Church, scanning its ancient cemetery left and right for the tell-tale signs of Civil War soldiers. Hundreds and hundreds of tombstones and monuments rise from the earth...
Stories from one of American history's most revered women, Clara Barton, filled the Fallston library April 11, when more than 50 people watched Mary Ann Jung portray Barton during a living history presentation that spanned Barton's brave life as a...
Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis never had the chance to meet each other as leaders during a divided America, but they're going to this weekend. The town? Costa Mesa. The place? Fairview Park. The occasion? "The town hall meeting that never...
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