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The Columbus DispatchThrill-lovers won't find much in the way of mountain climbing or ocean surfing in central Ohio. But plenty of other outdoor adventures await Columbus-area residents and visitors willing to seek them out. Just plane exciting Central Ohio is a great...
The News & Advance, Lynchburg, Va.Liberty University is putting the finishing touches on a plan to renovate 19,000 square feet and add 67,000 square feet to its student union. Officials would not disclose the cost of the project on Thursday. "It's gonna' be a pretty impressive facility,...
The Lima News, OhioEven the great parties need refreshment from time to time. And this year, the St. Rose Parish Festival continues to update its tried-and-true success formula as it opens its weekend of festivities to the community. "We like to keep the traditions, but...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Town of Smithsburg is celebrating the 200th anniversary of its founding this weekend during Smithsburg Pride Days, which starts Friday. Added to the annual Pride Days this year is a karaoke contest, a cruise-in, a pie-eating contest, and narrated...
The News-Item, Shamokin, Pa.The inaugural Mount Carmel Police Community Day will be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at town park. A number of displays and vendors, those related to safety, food, emergency services and more, will be on hand. Organizers said are pleased with...
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Strawberry Festival A Strawberry Festival will start at 4 p.m. May 18 at the Shade Creek Ridge Church of the Brethren,1623 Ridge Road, Hooversville. Free will donations will be accepted. The proceeds will benefit the orphans in Honduras program. Fireman&...
NEWPORT NEWS — Chase Bartol, 14, gripped tightly onto a rope dangling from 30-some feet in the air. He had made it halfway up to the platform at the top, but he wasn't sure he could finish. "Whoa, that is a long way down," he said looking at his...
The News-Item, Shamokin, Pa.Everyone has an opportunity to change for the better. That was the central thought Tuesday whenNorthwestern Academy opened its doors to the community for graduation and a tour of facilities. Two students graduated after completing VCORE --...
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Knoxville News SentinelToday the News Sentinel announces its second annual Top 20 Scholars Awards, naming our picks for the brightest and best students in our region. These students have received one or more national-level honors such as acing ACT (36) or SAT (2400) tests,...
SPRINGDALE, Utah — There comes a moment when you step backward off a cliff, clinging to a rope the width of your pinkie, and ask yourself, "Why am I doing this?" It's inevitable. Fear of heights (and its close cousin, fear of falling) is as deeply...
Commercial AppealThese hard-charging female cadets of Horn Lake High School's Junior Marine ROTC unit won't take "whoa" for an answer. For weeks now, they've been pushing up, sitting up, long-jumping and shuttle running to prepare for national competition Friday in San...
The Daily Review, Towanda, Pa.NORTH TOWANDA - A large, horn-backed dragon lay on the grass Saturday in North Towanda, but there was no reason to fear -- it was a giant inflatable plaything for the kids. The dragon was one of many colorful, eye-catching sights as Global Tungsten...
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