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Saturday features a full day of festival attractions beginning with the Pepper Festival 5K/1 Mile Fun Run followed by the Pepper Sauce Backyard and Barbecue Cook Off, performances from the Untouchable Twirler Academy and the St.
In that category, Kylin, 12, led her horse through a path prescribed by the judge for everyone in the category. They went at trotting pace in a circle around a cone and then approached the judge, stopping right in front of her.
Cedarburg resident Jerry McGinnis, the owner of Embassy Homes in Mequon, is acquiring the property with the intent to assist in its preservation. McGinnis will re-sell the property when adequate donations to the Mequon Community Foundation have been raised to cover the $250,000 purchase price.
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In 1921, Brown Fortier was used to business being a family affair. His family owned a sugar cane plantation in Jeanerette and had already been working in the area for generations. That year, as part of a deal with the federal government, Fortier and his new wife moved to Honduras to teach farmers about sugar cane cultivation.
This photo, taken in 1885, shows the entrance gate at Schlitz Park, located on Walnut Street between 7th and 9th Streets in Milwaukee . The seven-acre property was purchased by Schlitz Brewing Co. in 1879 and developed to include 350 gas lamps and areas for sports and cultural activities.
“Superspeedway win,” he said on his radio. “With points! With points!” “I’ve gotten better. I’ve come close. When you drive as aggressive as I drove early in my career on superspeedways, you’re going to have a huge risk, huge reward,” he said after the win.
“I don’t quite see how they’re going to do it, but all right. Fine,” says Burstyn, who was nominated for an Academy Award for her role as Chris MacNeil, mother to the demon-possessed Regan. “There are some pretty sensational things in the film. I don’t know if they can do them on television.
I recently sat down at a holiday table. It wasn’t one adorned with a beautiful centerpiece, or the finest and artfully assembled china, crystal, and linens. It was a round designer’s work table at interior designer Joan Hawkins’ Fondren studio and fabric library.
This photo, taken in 1885, shows the entrance gate at Schlitz Park, located on Walnut Street between 7th and 9th Streets in Milwaukee . The seven-acre property was purchased by Schlitz Brewing Co. in 1879 and developed to include 350 gas lamps and areas for sports and cultural activities.
Don Feusner ran dairy cattle on his 370-acre slice of northern Pennsylvania until he could no longer turn a profit by farming. Then, at age 60, he sold all but a few Angus and aimed for a comfortable retirement on money from drilling his land for natural gas instead.
news that the University of Colorado Boulder has created an Office of Industry Collaboration may send shivers up a few faculty spines, conjuring images of selling the university to the highest bidder, compromising academic freedom in the name of the almighty dollar, or allowing sponsoring companies to squelch research findings they don’t like.
Astronomers describe in the June 27 issue of Nature the discovery of a star in the intermediate evolutionary stage between a red giant and a white dwarf. This sun, J0247–25B, also pulsates in a way not seen before, which can help scientists learn about the star’s interior.
In the first study, which appeared online in Astronomy & Astrophysics, astronomers confirmed that a member of a triplestar system, the low-mass sun Gliese 667C, hosts at least six planets, including three that orbit in the star’s habitable zone where liquid water could exist.
In 1921, Brown Fortier was used to business being a family affair. His family owned a sugar cane plantation in Jeanerette and had already been working in the area for generations. That year, as part of a deal with the federal government, Fortier and his new wife moved to Honduras to teach farmers about sugar cane cultivation.
There’s a new gun nut in town. Once upon a time you could find him wandering gentrifying neighborhoods in skinny jeans and a retro T-shirt carrying an armload of vinyl in one arm and pushing a fixed-gear bike with the other.
Nearly 80 years, the town of Crowley has been host to the International Rice Festival, which celebrates a product that goes hand in hand with the state’s famous cuisine.
Saturday features a full day of festival attractions beginning with the Pepper Festival 5K/1 Mile Fun Run followed by the Pepper Sauce Backyard and Barbecue Cook Off, performances from the Untouchable Twirler Academy and the St.
The best Cajun Creole festival in Louisiana is bigger than ever as Festivals Acadiens et Créoles celebrates its 40th Anniversary with musical performances, dancing, food from local restaurants, arts and crafts from local artisans, kid’s activities, exhibits, cooking demonstrations and more.