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  1. Woodward Copper reflects on a decade of progressing action sports in the High Country - Summit Daily News

    Woodward Copper reflects on a decade of progressing action sports in the High Country  Summit Daily News

    My, how far action and winter sports have come since the early days — like three decades ago when Adam Kisiel and his childhood friends would patiently wait...

  2. Labyrinthine Ways Peace Park begins new season | News, Sports, Jobs - Evening Observer

    Labyrinthine Ways Peace Park begins new season | News, Sports, Jobs  Evening Observer

    Labyrinthine Ways Peace Park will begin the 2019 season with weekend guided studies starting the first Saturday and first Sunday of each month at 1:30 p.m. T.

  3. High Water, Parks, and Awards - Voice of Muscatine

    High Water, Parks, and Awards  Voice of Muscatine

    Posted by Jordan Davis | Apr 19, 2019 | Moving Forward, Muscatine Life |. High Water, Parks, and Awards. Full *Service* Westside. Last week I hosted many...

  4. Area churches set schedule for Easter services | Church Services - The Keene Sentinel

    Area churches set schedule for Easter services | Church Services  The Keene Sentinel

    Advent Lutheran Church of Rindge: Rev. Robert Lindberg, pastor. Sunday worship at 10 a.m.; Sunday school at 9 a.m. A welcoming Evangelical Lutheran...

  5. North Idaho College Foundation plans to sell former site of Aryan Nations compound - The Spokesman-Review

    North Idaho College Foundation plans to sell former site of Aryan Nations compound  The Spokesman-Review

    The former site of the Aryan Nations compound near Hayden Lake will soon be put up for sale. The North Idaho College Foundation plans to sell the...

  6. Aryan Nations Hayden Lake - News Radio 1310 KLIX

    Aryan Nations Hayden Lake  News Radio 1310 KLIX

    Nice location. Great views. Checkered history. These would describe the former Hayden Lake property once occupied by Aryan Nations leader Richard Butler...

  7. The Importance of Saving Biodiversity in Karen State in 2 Interviews - The Diplomat

    The Importance of Saving Biodiversity in Karen State in 2 Interviews  The Diplomat

    Indigenous and academic perspectives on biodiversity, armed conflict, and self-determination in Karen state.

  8. ROK to begin operating "DMZ Peace Trail" near inter-Korean border this month - NK News

    ROK to begin operating "DMZ Peace Trail" near inter-Korean border this month  NK News

    The South Korean government on Wednesday announced a plan to begin opening up some parts of demilitarized zone (DMZ) and its surrounding areas to the...

  9. Founder of the International Institute for Peace Through Tourism Visits Muscatine - Voice of Muscatine

    Founder of the International Institute for Peace Through Tourism Visits Muscatine  Voice of Muscatine

    Founder of the International Institute for Peace Through Tourism Visits Muscatine.

  10. The Nemesis of the Rainforests: Peace - The Wall Street Journal

    The Nemesis of the Rainforests: Peace  The Wall Street Journal

    When Colombia's government signed a peace deal with leftist guerrillas in 2016, it ended one of the world's longest-running conflicts and inspired hope for the...

  11. Public park to open in May - Enniscorthy Guardian

    Public park to open in May  Enniscorthy Guardian

    The new public park in Enniscorthy, the Orchard Peace Park, will be officially opened in May.

  12. Military and police offer first-ever apology to victims of Apr. 3 Jeju Massacre - The Hankyoreh

    Military and police offer first-ever apology to victims of Apr. 3 Jeju Massacre  The Hankyoreh

    Thousands of innocent civilians were tortured and/or killed by police and military.

  13. The Services Near You This Anzac Day - Triple M

    The Services Near You This Anzac Day  Triple M

    All across the Albany region our RSL and Memorial Clubs along with other venues are paying tribute to our ANZAC Day tradition and opening their doors for...

  14. Defending Myanmar's Remaining Environmental Treasures - The Diplomat

    Defending Myanmar's Remaining Environmental Treasures  The Diplomat

    Unique programs led by indigenous peoples are protecting wildlife biodiversity in Karen state.

  15. Hundreds protest in dueling rallies over Maple Ridge modular housing - CityNews Vancouver

    Hundreds protest in dueling rallies over Maple Ridge modular housing  CityNews Vancouver

    Dueling rallies are set for Sunday in Maple Ridge, all centered around where people living in the Anita Place homeless camp should go.

  16. Helena Civic TV project shines light on efforts to promote joint parks - Helena Independent Record

    Helena Civic TV project shines light on efforts to promote joint parks  Helena Independent Record

    In July 1931 a group of about 100 Rotarians from Montana and Canada met at the Prince of Wales hotel in Waterton, Canada, with its magnificent view...

  17. Burning Man benefit for PEACE Campus: Press Run - cleveland.com

    Burning Man benefit for PEACE Campus: Press Run  cleveland.com

    Press Run this week includes a fundraiser in Cleveland Heights with Burning Man co-founder Michael Mikel and a Beachwood High School all-you-can-eat...

  18. ‘Our city, our choice’: Residents rally against province’s Maple Ridge housing plan - Global News

    ‘Our city, our choice’: Residents rally against province’s Maple Ridge housing plan  Global News

    WATCH: Hundreds turned out to show their anger over plans to build low barrier modular housing in Maple Ridge, despite the city proposing its own strategy to...

  19. 5 Things to do this weekend: Thursday, April 11, 2019 - Global News

    5 Things to do this weekend: Thursday, April 11, 2019  Global News

    Here are your five things to do this weekend around the province including the Chilliwack Tulip Festival and the Knights Comics and Collectibles Expo in...

  20. Batavia founder of International Peace Gardens looking forward to Poland trip in June - The Batavian

    Batavia founder of International Peace Gardens looking forward to Poland trip in June  The Batavian

    Above photo: Commemorative marker in the International Peace Garden at No Gun Ri Peace Park and flanked by Paula Savage, South Korean officials and,...

  21. The Easter Events Happening Near You This Long Weekend - Triple M

    The Easter Events Happening Near You This Long Weekend  Triple M

    Stuck on how to spend your Easter holidays? Giphy. Well look no further! Here's the best events happening across Albany this long weekend... 2019 Albany...

  22. News Anger at plan to develop 2002 Bali bombings site - Community Newspaper Group

    News Anger at plan to develop 2002 Bali bombings site  Community Newspaper Group

    THE Whitford Lions Club has expressed its anger at plans to develop the Sari Club site of the 2002 Bali bombing.

  23. Classic Mile to go ahead after Harbour swim cancelled - The West Australian

    Classic Mile to go ahead after Harbour swim cancelled  The West Australian

    Weather forces Harbour Swim to be cancelled, Classic Mile still going ahead.

  24. Sheriff releases ID of man who wounded deputy, killed self - CityNews Vancouver

    Sheriff releases ID of man who wounded deputy, killed self  CityNews Vancouver

    BYHALIA, Miss. — Authorities have released the identity of a Mississippi man who wounded a sheriff's deputy and killed himself. Marshall County Sheriff Kenny...

  25. Make the Border Wall an Asset not a Liability - AgNet West

    Make the Border Wall an Asset not a Liability  AgNet West

    Back when I was growing up in a small town on the Rio Grande, the border with Mexico was just a line in the sand - sometimes a barb wire.....

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