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Naked college student high on mushrooms rescued from mountain Taylor Powers a University of Colorado-Boulder student decided to go hiking and then go on a trip in Chautauqua Park. When the drug kicked in, she got so aggressive her friends
Ben Chandler, beaming like he just won the Powerball, said he has always wanted to teach history. His pride is his library at his home in Woodford County, which has 5,000 volumes. When the former congressman travels, he takes his books with him in a
05/13/2013 06:37:43 PM PDT Updated: 05/13/2013 06:37:44 PM PDT Where does our American reverence for nature come from?...Who started our natural history museums, and what inspired our current concern about preserving open space?
MailTribune.com May 7, 1913 Twenty-six girls and 18 boys will comprise this year's graduation class from the Medford High School, if one or two do not fail in their final tests, and this is said to be unlikely...The baccalaureate sermon will be
Lecklider shows how the suddenly omnipresent and mockable egghead was a creature of its time, born of postwar anxieties over Communism, gender roles, and race. He argues that the national sport of making fun of eggheads had far-reaching consequences.
A century-old landmark in eastern Illinois appears to be headed for demolition. TV in Decatur, the City Council in Shelbyville voted this week to tear down the Shelbyville Chautauqua. The circular auditorium sits in Forest Park in the small town and
Font Resize Camera Staff Writer The world's most famous groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil, did not see his shadow this morning at Gobbler's Knob in Pennsylvania, signaling to hordes of curious onlookers that an early spring in on the way. Boulder's
Prairie Living at Chautauqua, a BMA affordable assisted living community, is hosting a Dinner for Seniors on Jan. 31. January 24, 2013 Prairie Living at Chautauqua, a BMA
September 16, 2012 Friends of the runner Micah True have spread some of his ashes along the trails in a Boulder, Colo., park. The Daily Camera said about 20 people gathered at Chautauqua Park on Friday to remember True, an ultrarunner from Boulder
In an effort to both educate and entertain, Two Rivers Chautauqua offers up a weekend of Inventive Minds, featuring professional chautauquans who will recreate the lives and looks of four historic figures remembered for their inventive minds: Henry