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Criminal justice center likely dead

For the second time in as many months, City-County Council Republicans on Monday opted not to call for a vote on the facility, instead allowing the clock to run out on a contractual deadline. As a result, Marion County's aging, crowded jail facilities ...

www.indystar.com May 11, 2015

Monon, other Indianapolis trails could go 24-7

A decision on whether to keep the Monon Trail and other greenways open around the clock was expected “within the next few days,” the chairman of the Indianapolis Parks and Recreation Board said Thursday. “I'll decide after I've had time to digest what ...

www.indystar.com May 28, 2015

For pioneers, farming started with stump clearing

"At 5 o'clock in the morning they were out there, and they were there until 6 at night. When it was dark, they walked home. They worked 10 hours a day, sometimes more," dad added. Today tree stumps can be dug out with a stump grinder or chopper, and ...

www.sctimes.com February 14, 2015

Indianapolis Zoo welcomes baby dolphin

So, no birth announcements heralded the new arrival. The only sign zoo visitors had that anything was up was the temporary cancellation of all dolphin shows. Behind the scenes, staff worked round the clock to ensure that Kalei and her daughter were ...

www.indystar.com June 8, 2015

Eli Lilly and Co. sales rep, son dead in Texas flooding

In an interview with Gannett's Austin affiliate, McComb's sister, Julie Shields, said she had been texting with her sister about the storm on May 23 and that around 11 p.m. Laura mentioned floodwaters had started coming into the house. "One o'clock in ...

www.indystar.com June 2, 2015

Coaches Who Care: Waterloo's Christal Kent

As the creeper that girdles the tree-trunk the Law runneth forward and back — For the strength of the Pack is the Wolf, and the strength of the Wolf is the Pack." Her players repeat the last line back to her each time. "It's (about) having each other ...

www.democratandchronicle.com May 28, 2015

Munson: Iowa's entire history in a single road trip

It was far more inspiring than a presidential candidate stump speech. Why care? Yes, we're proud of natives Ashton Kutcher and Chris Soules, but let's not forget the only Iowan who was leader of the free world. Link: http://www.hoover.archives.gov/....

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Monon, other Indianapolis trails could go 24-7 - Indianapolis Star

A decision on whether to keep the Monon Trail and other greenways open around the clock was expected “within the next few days,” the chairman of the Indianapolis Parks and Recreation Board said Thursday. “I’ll decide after I’ve had time to digest what I’ve heard,” John Williams said after a public hearing in which proponents and opponents of the rule change addressed the board. Those in favor of the change said it would be safer for bikers than riding on dark city streets at night, and some told harrowing tales of cyclists being hit by cars. They said many late-night workers in restaurants and bars use bikes as their primary mode of transportation. Kevin Whited, executive director of IndyCog, said he knew of cyclists who got kicked off the Monon by police after hours and were struck by cars when they went to the street. , near 54th Street and Guion Road, said 10 percent of the 300 workers ride their bikes to work over three shifts. He said three workers have been hit by cars late at night in the past two years. A general manager at the Broad Ripple Brew Pub told The Indianapolis Star that one of his bartenders was hit by a car on a street near the Monon at 12:30 a. m. a couple of years ago “and was lucky to survive.

For pioneers, farming started with stump clearing - St. Cloud Times

Above: A crew pauses at the site of a stump pulling project in Stearns County in about 1900. Pictured, left to right, are an unidentified man, Anna Mueller, Joe Determan, Agnes Mueller, Henry Kettler Sr. , Henry Kettler Jr. Henry Mueller, Melrose,... Note tree stumps on the left and stump puller with cables in the right foreground. "It was done mostly by hand with a double-bit ax and/or a grub ax," he said in an interview in 1982. Today I treasure that interview I did with my father, sitting at his dining room table in St. Martin, my tape recorder running. When I read it recently, I was taken with his story about stump-removal in the early days. The trees were cut during the winter, when farm work was considerably reduced. After a tree was felled, a stump had to be removed. Grubbing the stumps started in spring as soon as the frost was out of the ground. Dad said he and his cousins, the Spodens from Cold Spring, worked all summer grubbing stumps. My dad put it this way: "After a tree was felled, branches were cut off, and the trunk rolled aside. The stump might have been left in the ground for a few years to let it deteriorate.

Indianapolis Zoo welcomes baby dolphin - Indianapolis Star

Astute visitors to the Dolphin Pavilion at the Indianapolis Zoo knew. But when Kalei's calf was born in late April, the zoo kept quiet. The first few weeks of a dolphin's life can be tenuous. The only sign zoo visitors had that anything was up was the temporary cancellation of all dolphin shows. Behind the scenes, staff worked round the clock to ensure that Kalei and her daughter were healthy and doing well. Six weeks later, the calf has grown to 70 pounds, almost twice her birth weight of 39 pounds. Still, it took weeks for zoo staff to breathe a little more easily. They're more fragile than many other types of mammals," said Rob Shumaker, the zoo's vice president of Conservation and Life Sciences, in an exclusive interview with The Star about the baby dolphin. In the past two weeks, the zoo has allowed visitors back into the Dolphin Pavilion, where Kalei and Calypso swim in a pool out of sight of the public. Until that time, the zoo has restricted photos to help minimize stress on the two Atlantic bottlenose dolphins. Kalei, who was born at the zoo 15 years ago, gave birth in 2010 and 2012. Both of those calves died soon after birth, the zoo said. Still, zoo staff decided about a year ago they would try again.

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For pioneers, farming started with stump clearing

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www.sctimes.com February 14, 2015

You'll Go Cuckoo For This Gigantic Clock Carved Out Of A Single Tree

A remarkable cuckoo clock forged from a single maple tree is being used to crow about Portland, Oregon. Designed by Nicolas Gros and carved by chainsaw sculptor J. Chester Armstrong, the 24-foot-high, 7,000-pound clock is being shown off around the ...

www.huffingtonpost.com November 26, 2014

Brice Stump: Walnuts are their own time machine

The thud of the hulls was the striking of nature's clock. Was it fall already? With a well-worn and a slightly wobbly tomato basket, I would pick the hulls out of the crabgrass and weeds under the trees and fill the basket. Because they are so large ...

www.delmarvanow.com November 14, 2014

Nashville Then: August 1963

Nashville Then: August 1963 NASCAR driver David Pearson, front, with veteran NASCAR flagman Johnny Bruner, browsers through a program while resting next to the pool at Mercury Motel in Nashville Aug. 1, 1963. Pearson will drive for the first time at the ...

www.tennessean.com July 31, 2014

Residents campaign to protect privacy

The News and Mail reported two weeks ago that residents stood by a tree stump that contractors were about to remove to prevent the work taking place. They lost their fight to save the stump after common services manager Mike Smith called the police to ...

www.getsurrey.co.uk September 20, 2006

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