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Wood , Staff writer / May 25, 2013 Los Angeles Michael Ray Smith and his wife, Barbara Jean, are exceedingly pleased about what they are not going to do on their coming vacation: travel or sightsee; visit museums; go to plays, movies, or amusement
The Boy Scouts' vote to allow openly gay boys prompted some supporters and critics of the new policy to swing into action Friday. A network of Scouting families who wanted the ban to remain said it will host a meeting next month to start the process
Beachgoers today will likely be trading swimwear for sweatpants, but all 14 miles of city beaches do open for the season today. Lifeguards will be on duty from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. through Labor Day. Even with the cool weather, the beaches reopening is
Youngsters frolicking in the Marina Swimming Pool. During Agni Natchathriam, attendance at the facility increases. The swimming pool at Marina Beach is getting more crowded by the day. People from across the city come to this pool, believed to be the
School staff say the 10 year old playground is not what kids want its mostly bars without very many slides. Students have raised $2,000 so far.
According to the CDC, besides birth defects, drowning is the number one cause of deaths among children one to four years old...That is why parents around the world are taking steps to prevent drownings by teaching their babies how to float and rescue
Despite pending water restrictions for Wichita, seven of the city's swimming pools are scheduled to open Monday. Two other pools, Harvest Swimming Pool and College Park, are set to open Friday, May 31. The city is considering various methods of water
An impressive array of motorcycles on display in one of the region's largest bike shows, along with no-rules heads-up motorcycle drag racing will be among the highlights of the second annual Iowa Grand Motorcycle Rally, scheduled for Thursday, May 30,
Today the Boy Scouts of America took a half step forward toward being an organization that embraces one of the most fundamental principles of American society, that all people are equal. Cub or Boy Scout Den Leader will still be told that their
The Boy Scouts of America voted on Thursday to lift a century-old ban on openly gay scouts in a major victory for gay rights activists, but the decision means a sea of change for an organization that depends heavily on faith-based groups.