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March 6 The Kansas City Star A developer's plan to foreclose on a $3.1 million loan owed by Homestead Country Club in Prairie Village and redevelop the property as single-family housing has the 1950s vintage tennis and swimming facility scrambling to
6 March 2014 51 shares 22 View comments When Werner Segarra first arrived in Mexico as part of an Arizona high school student exchange program in 1981 he had no idea the unchanging life of ranchers would turn into a 15-year photographic project.
Jimmy Carter's relationship with Venezuela's current colonial overlords may explain his solicitude for the welfare of the Maduro regime...Jimmy Carter invites himself to Venezuela Last week Jimmy Carter fired off letters to Venezuela's fraudulent
Special to the Miami Herald Being close to international markets is a big draw for companies with operations in Florida, especially here in South Florida, where natural, world-class ports make access to foreign markets a given. In fact, Florida is
I'm just going to be honest because that's always the best policy...I see too many linebackers being washed away by blockers, or taking too many bad angles. I see linebackers who make the majority of their tackles 7-yards down the field. Evidence of
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Legendary Pittsburgh radio personality Porky Chedwick died this morning...Mr. Chedwick was a trailblazing radio personality whose career spanned decades...He is credited by many R&B performers for giving them their first
As Kevin Frebel accepted his second-place diving medal at the boys swimming and diving state championship Saturday, he was full of emotions. He waved to the fans, took in the moment and then hurried off the podium to return to his team. Despite the
Giving up two goals late in the second half Saturday the second one a windy accident the Eagles lost 2-1 to Homestead of Cupertino in the quarterfinals of the Central Coast Section Division I playoffs at Rabobank Stadium in Salinas. Homestead's game-
If they truly want a championship-type atmosphere in the final race, they should start and end the season at Daytona International Speedway and the reverently nicknamed "Mecca of Speed." Holding the dramatic last race in Homestead would be like the
Standing 10 stories tall and about 20 feet wide, the rocket was originally intended to carry men to the moon. Aerojet General reportedly built the rocket manufacturing plant in 1963, hoping to build solid fuel rockets for the Apollo moon mission...