US National Parks Newswire (Page 7)

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  1. Automotive Minute: 2018 Chevrolet Traverse bigger, not better than its competitionRead the original story

    Monday | Business Journal

    On the outside, the redesigned 2018 Chevrolet Traverse is a more rugged version of its predecessor, fitting nicely into the Chevrolet lineup - just under the Tahoe but above the Equinox.


  2. 5 Dates to Remember for the 2017 National Christmas Tree LightingRead the original story

    Monday |

    WASHINGTON, Sept. 18, 2017 : As you start making your holiday plans, be sure the 2017 National Christmas Tree Lighting on the Ellipse at President's Park is on your radar.


  3. LifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Gazette

    A hiker explores the rock layers on the Utah side of Dinosaur National Monument. Photo credit: Jacob W. Frank/National Park Service Description: Spreading across Colorado and Utah lines, the monument caters to history lovers and adventure addicts alike.


  4. 'He was crying and moaning in agony':aRead the original story

    Monday | WTSP-TV Saint Petersburg

    Emergency responders in the Everglades City area, a low-income fishing community walloped by Hurricane Irma last weekend, may be faced with a deadly public health crisis as families spend day after day in the mud, mold and water left behind by 10 feet of storm surge that destroyed hundreds of homes. The deluge of potentially toxic stormwater has raised the specter of widespread infection, sent at least half a dozen to the hospital, cost one man his leg and may have sickened another who died Saturday.


  5. North Carolina's Crystal Coast offers quiet beach vacation with pirate adventuresRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Miami Herald

    Sitting on the beach, watching the waves roll in off the Atlantic, it's hard to imagine the Queen Anne's Revenge, a 17th century frigate notoriously captained by the pirate Blackbeard, slinking along the horizon with a flotilla of smaller sloops. And yet, 300 years ago, people living on the North Carolina coast very well may have seen the pirate ship seeking safe haven along these shores after a round of looting in the Caribbean port cities and Charleston, S.C. The Outer Banks region and the barrier islands just to the south, known as the Crystal Coast, were the stomping grounds of Blackbeard, whose given name, historians say, was likely Edward Teach or Edward Thatch.


  6. First-Ever Modern Home Tour Set for DC-Metro AreaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | PRWeb

    The Modern Architecture + Design Society brings its Modern Home Tour event series to the Washington DC metro area for the first time this October. The one-day event gives residents of the DC-Metro area a special opportunity to visit and walk-through a selection of amazing modern private residences, and meet the local architects and builders behind the designs.


  7. Irma Stirs Fear of Setback to $16 Billion Everglades RestorationRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Bloomberg

    Davis, a wetland ecologist with the Everglades Foundation, has been part of a push to restore millions of acres of marsh grasses and mangroves to their natural state. The effort, comprised of nearly six-dozen projects carrying an estimated price tag of $16 billion, is one of the largest environmental restorations ever undertaken.


  8. A - Shero's welcomeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Messenger

    He's a member of the Troop 30 in Norwalk. -Messenger photo by Hans Madsen Sharon Frette, of Fort Dodge, is reunited with her fiance, Navy veteran Dan McCarville, of Fort Dodge, as he returns from Washington D.C. on the Brushy Creek Area Honor Flight Saturday night at the Fort Dodge Regional Airport.


  9. Antietam: From Civil War to Culture WarRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Stars and Stripes

    The rolling fields of western Maryland that saw some of the Civil War's bloodiest fighting are now caught up in America's latest conflict - the culture war. Last week three Maryland Democratic congressmen filed a bill in the House of Representatives to direct the National Park Service to remove a statue of Confederate commander Gen.


  10. Watch What Happens When Police Unmask Cowardly Antifa Protesters at Trump Rally In DCRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Right Wing News

    If you didn't know , there was a Trump rally for his followers in which hundreds of people gathered in Washington, D.C. on the National Mall over the weekend. The rally had some people calling it the "mother of all rallies' with somewhere around 3,000 supporters showing up.


  11. Mayor Flaggs to answer questions from residentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Vicksburg Post

    Mayor George Flaggs Jr. will meet with Vicksburg residents Oct. 5 at 5:30 p.m. at the City Hall Annex to talk about the city and take questions from the audience. "I'm going to talk about the direction of the city as it relaters to capital improvement, the financial situation of the city and take all the licks and calls," he said.


  12. Pro-Trump Rally Ridiculed After Bad TurnoutArlington, VA PatchRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Yahoo!

    It was dubbed the "Mother Of All Rallies," but considering the turnout, perhaps a better name would have been "The 5th Cousin Twice Removed Of All Rallies." Just a few hundred people showed up for what had been envisioned as a massive rally in support of President Trump.


  13. GSMNP: 2 separate motorcycle crashes leave 1 dead, 1 injuredRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | WATE-TV Knoxville

    Officials with the Great Smoky Mountains National Park confirms two separate motorcycle crashes Sunday night leave 1 dead, 1 injured. The first one happened at 6:20 p.m. along the Foothills Parkway West and involved one motorcycle.


  14. Donald Trump's 'Mother of All Rallies' turned out to be anything butindy100Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Yahoo!

    On Saturday afternoon, Trump supporters descended upon Washington DC for the self-proclaimed "Mother of All Rallies." It was anything but.


  15. MoreRead the original story

    Sunday | Art Daily

    The New York State Museum opened the first phase of Enterprising Waters: New York's Erie Canal on September 16. On display through October 20, 2019, the exhibition honors the bicentennial anniversary of the Erie Canal's construction and features artifacts, images, posters, and documents from the collections of the State Museum, State Archives, State Library, and cultural institutions from across the state. The first phase of the exhibition explores the circumstances leading up to building the canal, the construction, and the famous 'wedding of the waters' that marked the opening of the completed canal in 1825.


  16. VIDEO: Outer Banks island becoming part of the mainlandRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | WWAY-TV Wilmington

    Local media report the island is now connecting at low tide to Cape Point, which belongs to Cape Hatteras national seashore. The state and the park are discussing joint management of the land on issues such as dog leash laws and bird-nesting policies.


  17. Investigators say missing woman most likely drowned Read Story Madeleine DartRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | KIII

    The search for a person who went missing on Saturday night ended on Padre Island National Seashore Sunday morning. Kiii Reporter Madeleine Dart reports. Both Kenedy and Nueces County Medical Examiners are working this case and because the body was found on federal land the FBI will also be involved.


  18. Weekend Photo GalleryRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 17 | KRQE Albuquerque

    People gather for a rally during the Juggalo March takes off from the Lincoln Memorial on the National Mall, on September 16, 2017 in Washington, DC. Fans of the band Insane Clown Posse.


  19. Tapping the full potential of agricultural trade with USRead the original story

    Friday Sep 15 | China Daily

    My discovery on a trip last week to Bozeman, Montana, was not the Yellowstone National Park nearby, but the huge potential for China-US agricultural trade and cooperation. It was also a feeling Montana ranchers and farmers shared at an agricultural forum with Chinese embassy officials and business leaders in the backyard of Morgan Ranch House.


  20. 15th Brushy Creek Area Honor Flight allows for welcome many veterans deserveRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 15 | The Daily Freeman-Journal

    The Brushy Creek Area Honor Flight took to the skies for the 15th time on Saturday, giving 145 veterans the opportunity to visit Washington, D.C., and the memorials from the wars they fought. During the daylong trip to the nation's capital, veterans were taken to the World War II Memorial, Korean War Memorial, Vietnam Memorial as well as the Lincoln Memorial, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, Arlington Cemetery and the Air Force Memorial.