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A team of about 80 rescuers took nearly 21 hours to retrieve a North Whitehall Township man from one of the deepest pit caves in the country after he slipped and fell over weekend in Ellisons Cave in Georgia. Dwight Kempf, 54, had rappelled the 586-foot-...
When was the last time you couldn’t find an important paper you knew you had carefully put away? Getting organized is not easy. It takes time and commitment to get all your family records in order and to answer such questions as: Where does our...
CASSOPOLIS -- For the sixth year, the Council on Aging will present Camp Safe Kids, which is underwritten by the Cass County Sheriff's Office, Dowagiac Public Safety Department and the Penn Township Fire Department. The camp is free to children 9 to...
The Philadelphia InquirerSpringtime and a reviving economy may send you house hunting. If they do, there are plenty of smartphone applications to streamline your search. The following apps are free, and most will put you directly in touch with listing agents. The Realtor.com...
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Chicago ShoppingPool owners have been itching to open their backyard oasis for months, and now that we are on the verge of taking the plunge into summer, let’s make sure you know how safely unleash pool season. Before you even take the cover off your pool, check...
RAPID CITY, S.D. - The South Dakota National Guard will host its 29th annual Golden Coyote training exercise in the Black Hills June 8 through the 22. The exercise provides military units with relevant training opportunities in support of overseas...
READER SUBMITTED: MCC Continuing Education Announces Medical Office Assistant And Security Guard CertificatesManchesterManchester Community College Credit-Free Programs is offering a Medical Office Assistant Certification course for the first time as part of its newly published Summer 2013 catalog. Classes are filling now and are scheduled to begin June 3. The 135-hour...
Area residents who wish to support relief efforts for Oklahoma tornado victims can drop off donations at Musselman High School as part of a “Kids Helping Kids” project sponsored by the school’s Parent Teacher Student Association....
Tags: Human Interest
Where I was born, there is a saying, "When you throw stones into a pig sty, the pig who squeals the loudest is the one you hit." Forcibly brought to mind, this saying was more than self-evident in the line-up of sanctimonious Republican and tea party...
Contributing WriterSchool is almost done for the year and many folks are planning ways to get out and enjoy nature as a family. There is nothing more fun than hiking through the woods, hearing the kids chattering like squirrels and exploring new hiking trails. We love...
Contributing WriterTraffic accidents are the leading cause of death for children worldwide. Thus, it’s important for parents to take precautions to keep their child safe when riding in a vehicle. If you have a child who is 12 years old or younger, the safest place for...
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