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I have no beef with the student Republicans. Oh, I disagree with them about affirmative action, and probably a dozen other things as well. But I am not troubled — amused, but not troubled — by the way they've expressed their view....
JULY 16 Lake Herman State Park near Madison: Beach bash for all ages at 10 a.m. Free, but park entrance required. Details: 605-256-5003 Oakwood State Park near Volga: Tour of park's historic sites. Free, but park entrance required. Details: 605-627-...
SEATTLE — Vancouver, British Columbia, in the summer has a civic calendar crowded with open-air arts festivals. In the autumn, the weather shifts and the cultural action moves indoors, but there's still plenty for visitors to enjoy in this arts-...
Katherine Siva Saubel, an elder of the Cahuilla Indian tribe of Southern California, once described herself as "just a voice in the wilderness all by myself." She meant that she had few people with whom she could speak the Cahuilla language or sing the...
Last week, I shared thoughts about visiting the Mortenson ranch north of Pierre. There is a second part of the journey that provoked much more thought. This trip was part of the South Dakota Ag and Rural Leadership seminar. While the physical...
Many of you have signed the petition and/or seen the posters around town about restoring a public coastal access to Rockledge. It's the longest stretch of public shoreline in Laguna Beach that doesn't have a public stairway. Kayakers and paddle boarders...
Brad Tennant, Presentation College associate professor of history, published an article in the spring/summer 2011 issue of International Social Science Review. Tennant's article is titled 'Excluding Indians Not Taxed' - Dred Scott, Standing Bear, Elk...
Many vestiges of former times are along Woodward Road on the southeast end of Charlevoix County. To get to this isolated corner of the county turn off U.S. 131 onto Thumb Lake Road at the north end of Boyne Falls village and follow it about three...
Tags: Michigan, Minority Groups, Human Interest
Betsy Lueke, 91, passed away on July 31, 2011 in Burbank with family at her side. Born in Globe, Arizona on August 17, 1919 to Victor and Fern Kelley, Betsy was raised in Hollywood, California, attending Hollywood High School, UCLA, and Chouinard...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Health, Culture, Arizona, Minority Groups
FOX 17 Web ProducerOn This Day: Gold Discovered In The Yukon While salmon fishing near the Klondike River in Canada's Yukon Territory on this day in 1896, George Carmack reportedly spots nuggets of gold in a creek bed. His lucky discovery sparks the last great gold rush in...
Tags: Fishing, Health, Alaska, Minority Groups, Diseases and Illnesses
South Florida's self-described "Feather Man" on Tuesday was sentenced to house arrest for selling feathers plucked from protected birds. Clemente DiMuro, Jr., 56, of Miami pleaded guilty to violating the federal Migratory Bird Treaty Act by selling...
Vic led a birding trip to Big Bear Lake recently for his senior citizen class in bird watching. I was more than happy to go with him because I love the San Bernardino Mountains. We drove up State Route 38 on a beautiful Friday morning, meeting the...
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