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Crowsnest Pass Herald
It is a matter of conjecture about which design came first. The giant teepee my father built in the yard of our house in Coleman in 1958 that overlooked main street or the very similar Sleepee Teepee Motel units that Max Brown and Roger Demoustiez constructed in the early 1960's in West Blairmore.
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Tue Jul 22, 2014
This summer, add some history lessons to your vacation: Lloyd E. Sheaffer
I am aware such a suggestion goes against the prevalent "bigger is better" view in the world of travel and leisure: a 5,400-passenger cruise ship; a 168 feet high, 65 mph water slide; a bigger-than-DisneyWorld theme park just down the road in New Jersey.
Jefferson 5-cent coin endures many changes By William T. Gibbs COIN WORLD Staff If one word sums up the Jefferson 5-cent coin, it would be "change" because throughout its storied history it has endured many changes.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Homegrown food co-op adds storefront
Farm to Fork has gone from startup to storefront, with the natural food co-op's newly-opened retail shop at 2001 W. Mayfield Road.
WHO-TV Des Moines
From Farm to Table: An Iowa Chef's Dream
DES MOINES, Iowa - Chef Katie Porter is always laughing because she's doing what she loves.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Albertans join archaeologists to help in prehistoric dig
Armchair archaeologists are getting the chance to dig into some history alongside University of Calgary experts at an Alberta historical site.
Aaron Sanchez moved to the Bisons' bullpen?
As I mentioned on Sportsnet Connected on Wednesday, Aaron Sanchez has been moved to Bisons bullpen.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Local NEWS 8
Museum of Idaho unveils giant exhibits
Giant mammoth skeletons took over the Idaho Museum of Natural History in Pocatello as it opened two new exhibits this month.
Production to begin on life-size fiberglass bison
A six-foot tall by eight-foot long fiberglass bison has been delivered to Marshall University's art warehouse where it will spend the next two months going through a transformation by Brianna Jarvis, winner of a public art competition called New Connections.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Roark seeks exit of 10-year Fastsigns investment as marketing for Fund IV begins
Roark Capital Group , which is out fundraising for its fourth pool, is looking to exit Fastsigns International , three sources said.
'Deep Blood Kettle', Ockham's Razor, Faith And Reason
Many moons ago Native Americans used to hunt bison or buffalo in a rather barbaric manner.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
Duluth Port, Minnesota Power reach milestone in wind energy 11 years ahead of schedule
The Duluth Port experienced a milestone today when the 15th ship, bearing wind generation equipment, sailed into the harbor from Denmark.
Ancient Native Americans Ate Pachyderms; Site Challenges Theory of Where New World Culture Began
This quartz Clovis spear point was found near the gomphothere bones at El Fin del Mundo, an archeological site in northwestern Mexico.
Snap Kitchen Pop-Up is Open Today & Tomorrow in North Dallas
The Austin-based healthy takeaway food concept is opening up permanent locations in Dallas in the next few weeks.
Cape Cod Times
Days 17, 18: Anchorage, Alaska - plus epilogue
I've meant to write this a lot sooner, and by "this" I mean an epilogue of sorts to my blog on the trip Katie and I took to Alaska.
Exclusive: Oaktree back quickly with realty Fund VII
Oaktree Capital Management has hit the market with its seventh real estate fund targeting about $3 billion, less than a year after closing the prior fund, according to a person with knowledge of the fundraising, as well as marketing documents for Fund VII.
Sat Jul 12, 2014
Midwest Traveler: Revived district enlivens Lincoln, Neb.
The skyline of the Haymarket district in Lincoln, Neb. Below, the piece “Iron Horse Legacy” near the Historic Haymarket water tower, appears to be chugging out of the wall.
PHOTO: Believe it or not, Mules have the right of way in the Grand Canyon.
There's an incredible thirst for travel advice. Luckily, the Web is loaded with it, thanks to an array of tips from vacation bloggers, tourism employees and international experts.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
Knoxville News Sentinel
Rare white buffalo Custer takes stand at East Tennessee ranch
PHOTOS by SAUL YOUNG/NEWS SENTINEL Custer, a white buffalo at Briarwood Ranch Safari in Bybee, Tenn., licks his chops as he prepares to feed.