Christmas in Saint-Augustin | Letters to Father Christmas from 1921

For decades, The Record has been a part of one of St. Augustine’s annual holiday traditions: posting letters from local children to Santa so that he and everyone else can read them. The following letters were first published in what was called the St. Augustine Evening Record in December 1921 …

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TJ Otzelberger of Iowa State, his wife Alison Lacey’s basketball love story

Editor’s Note: This story originally appeared in 2013, a few months before TJ Otzelberger and Alison Lacey tied the knot. the ANKENY – They see each other early in the morning, then again late at night. Unless we’re on the road for a game. Or recruiting. Then they could spend …

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Christmas carriage rides return to the emerald forest

For the past four years, the Odessa Junior League has offered horse-drawn carriage rides in the Emerald Forest Subdivision part of Odessa to allow people to experience the Christmas lights in the area. The Odessa Junior League started this tradition in 2017 and continued to organize its Christmas carriage rides …

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Wyckoff Estate Offers Stunning Privacy and Surroundings for $ 3.9 Million

WYCKOFF, NJ – If the idea of ​​a spacious property in a private and secluded living environment was on the vacation shopping list for home hunters looking to relocate to Wyckoff, this amazing property can certainly make that happen. dreams come true. The historic main house has four bedrooms, making …

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Inside the 18th century manor house for sale on the Derbyshire border

A Georgian-style house, set on private one acre land, has recently been listed in the picturesque semi-rural village of Harthill on the border of North Derbyshire. The property which is on the market for £ 900,000 has seven bedrooms, a private garden and includes a substantial shed with accommodation. Fine …

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“Santa Claus was taken by helicopter to old Oakville”, Christmas memories from Clonmel

This week is all about sharing Christmas memories, writes Billy O’Riordan. So, without further ado, it’s up to you friends. I would like to start our journey down memory lane with Thomas Ryan. Thomas Ryan (community activist) Thomas shares a vivid memory of going to see Santa Claus turn on …

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Arbitrating the challenges of contract formation: putting the cart before the horse?

Because arbitration is “a creation of the contract,” the preliminary question to be decided on a request for binding arbitration is whether the parties have agreed to arbitrate. New York law is clear that this issue — arbitrability — is typically a question for a court decision. It is also …

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Rhode Island Historic Estate, once owned by Iwo Jima Memorial sculptor, finds buyer

Beacon Rock, the historic Newport, Rhode Island estate, once owned by Marine Corps memorial sculptor Iwo Jima, has been sold for $ 23 million. Beacon Rock is a “masterpiece,” David Huberman of Gustave White Sotheby’s International Realty said in a statement. It is “considered by many to be one of …

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Main Street offering free carriage rides on Thursday evenings

Ardmore’s new holiday tradition is back for the second year. Starting tonight and returning for the next two Thursdays, the Ardmore Main Street Authority will be offering free horse-drawn carriage rides in the Depot District. The event will coincide with several downtown retailers that will remain open for extended hours. …

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