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  • Boy Scout Survey Won't Mean Much if All Votes Aren't Counted

    You may have heard about a survey the Boy Scouts of America recently announced. The results of the survey -- which asked questions including whether a lesbian should be able to lead a cub scout den -- were supposed to guide those in charge at the national level, when they decide next month if gay youth and leaders should be allowed to participate in the organization.
  • Scout project not just an exercise in woodworking

    Scout project not just an exercise in woodworking
    David Bailey's Boy Scout project allowed him to bond with his father, use his writing skills to raise money and, most important, create two new places for residents to relax at Laguna Beach's Glennwood House. The 17-year-old Laguna Niguel resident...

    Manning, Broncos getting back to work

    Manning, Broncos getting back to work
    Peyton Manning finds no value in reliving the Denver Broncos' lopsided Super Bowl loss to the Seattle Seahawks in February. The MVP quarterback prefers to lock into the season ahead. “Just because you were there last year in the game, it doesn't...

    READER SUBMITTED: Boy Scout Troop 175 Climbs In To The White Mountains

    Forty three boy scouts and parents from Simsbury Troop 175 climbed deep into the White in March as part of the troop's junior leader training program. Carrying full winter packs and using snow shoes, the group climbed the Lonesome Lake Trail in...

    New United Way funding formula shifts money to select city schools

    The United Way of the Greater Lehigh Valley is launching a new investment plan that narrows its focus to 22 hand-picked, mostly urban elementary schools, creating some winners and some losers among recipients. Though some nonprofits that stand to lose...