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Brownstown Schools Host Fair Booth

BROWNSTOWN Brownstown Central Community School Corp. Superintendent Tim Taylor has been asked several times about what he has been up to this summer. His answer every time? “A lot,” he said. While the summer is a break between school years for students and staff, Taylor and the staff in the …

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Tell us what you like about the Glen

EVENTS and festivals for music, food, sport and art, an enchanted Glen, an open-air cinema, an observation tower and a zipline are just a few of the ambitious suggestions for the future of the park Pittencrieff. The Carnegie Dunfermline Trust owns Pittencrieff Park and is managed and maintained by the …

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7 must-see parks in Pittsburgh

Like many things in Pittsburgh, the park system has strong ties to the city’s industrial heritage. Pittsburgh was once a booming industrial city. But with production comes pollution, and with pollution comes the public crying out for fresh air. As a result, the city has reserved large green spaces for …

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Trump’s priceless gift to America

Mr. Donald Trump is the archivillain for some. He is the archangel of others. It is neither for us. Still, we could etch his likeness into Rushmore – for a central reason. What is that? Is it his rates? Its tax cuts and deregulation? His vaccine debut greatly accelerated? His …

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Restored vintage basket

A vintage butcher’s cart has regained its former glory thanks to the hard work of the people of Cobram. The cart was originally used as a delivery vehicle by Wunghnu butcher Jim Carlisle. Seth Hall of Cobram found the cart in a dilapidated condition and set out to restore the …

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In confirmation of the noblest claims

Joyce Wilson Contributing columnist CHAPTER ONE – FIRST SETTLERS – CIRCA 1796 Maybe it could hardly be called a wagon train – those two-wheeled carts – not as large as today’s famous One-Horse Shay, but with more space to transport. Each father rode, like a postilion, the only draft horse …

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