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Clarks Green resident Barry Phillips was chosen as one of 40 participants nationwide in the National Endownment for the Humanities' "On Hallowed Ground: Gettysburg in History and Memory" workshop.
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Fred Demag, left, and Flora Bovat pose Wedneday, July 9, 2014, at the Vermont Statehouse in Montpelier, Vt., an certificate and a purple heart awarded posthumously to their father for wounds he suffered during World War I. The award was presented by the head of the Vermont National Guard.
World War I ushered in an era of chemical weapons use that lingers, lethally, into the present day.
To mark the centenary of the start of World War I, the Tour was routed especially to pass notable battlefields.
As President Obama and Texas Gov. Rick Perry are poised for a face-to-face Wednesday on the contentious issue of border security, politicians and political commentators are duking it out on whether the afternoon meeting favors POTUS OR Gov. Good Hair, a potential Republican candidate for president in 2016.
It may interest you to know that the price of a children's book hasn't wavered much at all in the... Years ago, my father said to me, 'Son, when the day comes that you find that special girl and you... Former president Bill Clinton and rock star Mick Jagger watch a World Cup soccer match between the United States and Ghana at Royal Bafokeng Stadium ... (more)
When John Andrews says the 2014 edition of the Western Conservative Summit has a chance to be the most influential in its five-year history, he points to the recent visits of former President Bill Clinton and his wife, possible presidential candidate Hillary, Denver's bid for the 2016 Republican National Convention, and Senate and gubernatorial ... (more)
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Due to an outpouring of concern from people across the nation about a planned auction of the skull of a Civil War soldier reportedly killed at Gettysburg, the soldier's remains will not be sold and have been donated to the Gettysburg foundation.
Kissing should be like riding a bike, you never forget how. Therefore, it can get awkward when your puckered lips get left hanging.
"Clinton: The Musical," a bawdy, raucous farce parodying the sex scandal that rocked the White House, with two actors portraying the dual sides of Bill Clinton, makes its U.S. debut this month during the New York Musical Theater Festival.
The conservative author purports to have all the hottest dirt on the Clintons. Does anyone believe a word of it? There is nothing more entertaining in the world of writing these days than any arbitrarily chosen piece of dialogue by conservative author Ed Klein.
"Those who cannot learn from history are doomed to repeat it," is usually attributed to George Santayana.
PunditFact checks BIll Clinton's claim he had the lowest net worth of any president in 20th century when taking office.
When you consider what has been happening to the average working person since the era of Ronald Reagan, it's amazing that the Republicans have fought the Democrats about to a draw.
Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 04:36 am
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