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A 42-year-old Burbank man fell to his death at the Grand Canyon National Park on Friday as he reportedly attempted to hop from one rim outcropping to another, according to the National Park Service. The man, identified as Andrew N. Stires, fell 500 feet...
Burbank Noon Lions recently recognized local level competition winners in the annual Lions Clubs International Peace Poster Contest during an awards presentation on Nov. 22 at the Burbank Central Library. First-level winners are Tnick Trivimol, Jordan...
Paul E. Pfahler, 87, of Lakeland, Fla., passed away at home on Monday, May 20, 2013, from natural causes. Paul was born to Rita O'Brien and John Lloyd Pfahler in Mansfield, Ohio. He graduated from Mansfield Senior High School. After graduation, he...
In Honor of Those Who Serve, local businesses would like to say "Thank You" for your service by offering special discounts for Memorial Day. (This list is ongoing, please check back for updates and additions.) Some discounts are offered all year long....
It was a sweat lodge ceremony in Texas where Jim Thorpe reached out to his grandson through a medicine man. The shaman told John Thorpe his grandfather's spirit was content in the Pennsylvania town where his body has lain for six decades. "Grandpa...
DAY TRIPPIN' •Eagles/Carolina pre-season game, Aug. 15. $80. Whitehall-Coplay PTO, Rhonda, 610-266-1995. •"Noah," lunch at Shady Maple, July 24. $88. Landis Valley Village, Wilbur Chocolate, Sturgis Pretzels, lunch, Aug. 20. $74. "Motown,"...
Laura del Principe is not a Top Chef or an Iron Chef. She doesn't have tattoos running up and down her arms or a line of cookware created in her name. Plistia, the restaurant she runs with her husband, Cesidio Decina, is tucked away in the small...
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A warming climate is melting the glaciers of Mount Everest, shrinking the frozen cloak of Earth’s highest peak by 13% in the last 50 years, researchers have found. Rocks and natural debris previously covered by snow are appearing now as the snow...
SPRINGDALE, Utah — There comes a moment when you step backward off a cliff, clinging to a rope the width of your pinkie, and ask yourself, "Why am I doing this?" It's inevitable. Fear of heights (and its close cousin, fear of falling) is as deeply...
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Channel 2 NewsThe village of Anaktuvuk Pass has asked the National Park Service for permission to remove rusty fuel drums left behind by the Department of Defense more than 50 years ago. Most of the debris is located on Native allotments or Arctic Slope Regional...
In the stop-and-go world of Baltimore-area traffic, there's a lot more braking than commuters and transportation officials would like. Take Russell Allen, a Federal Hill resident who gets in his silver Ford Edge every weekday morning before 7:30 and...
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