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With hopes of drawing more top music and theater acts, Veterans Memorial officials want to upgrade the audio and visual equipment in the building's auditorium for the first time since it opened Nov. 11, 1955. Next week, Franklin County commissioners
Survivors include one son, Kent of Clifton; one daughter, Kathy Glover of Grand Junction; five grandchildren; and one great-grandchild...Crumbaker, 89, Grand Junction, died March 16, 2012, at Mantey Heights Care Center...Survivors include her husband,
The memorial on Park Avenue next to the Center for the Performing Arts consists of a glass wall with the stories of local veterans and a grove of 76 poles bearing white flags. It was dedicated in 1997 and spent a lot of years trouble-free before
Written by Stephanie Wise Iowa City Press-Citizen Filed Under Download the application brochure To download the application brochure for a wall inscription or to learn more about the project, go to www.mainstreetwestbranch.org and click on the
That's how Christian Blair, 11, of Lancaster, described seeing Arnold Schwarzenegger in the flesh yesterday at Veterans Memorial at an unveiling of an 8-foot, 800-pound statue depicting the fitness icon, movie star and former California governor.
Submitted photo Ladysmith Black Mambazo has performed before the Queen of England, Pope John Paul II in Rome, two Nobel Peace Prize ceremonies in Norway and Monday th... To continue reading this article, a web site subscription is required.
The deadline has passed, and protestors for Occupy Monterey packed up their camp Monday. The protestors' camping permit expired, forcing them to leave their camp at the Veterans Memorial Park off Jefferson Street. Despite being kicked out, many of
For the second year, the city of King held a lottery to determine which flags would fly at its Veterans Memorial. Though the Christian flag will fly most weeks at the memorial in 2012, there will be a few weeks when no flag flies and one when the
Submitted photo / Fred Buhler PFC James Cline, home on leave from the 91st Cavalry Regiment 173 Airborne Brigade and currently stationed in Germany, attended Friends of Nevada County Military's monthly packing party and annual Christmas dinner
Written by Iowa City Press-Citizen Filed Under While a crane was moving the final pieces needed to complete the Solon veterans memorial, Max Seaton was finishing up something he started several years ago, as well. Armed with a few tools, Seaton took