An exhibit to mark the 100-year anniversary of women as U.S. Marines is now open at the Women in Military Service for America Memorial at Arlington National Cemetery. The exhibit features a timeline of women serving in the corps over the past century as well as historical documents and photographs, including one of Opha May Johnson, the first woman to join the Marines on August 13, 1918, during World War I. … [Read more...] about Arlington National Cemetery Exhibit Celebrates 100 Years of Women Marines
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So four years ago, Rest quietly added an amendment to the tax bill that authorized the planning and funding for a new Senate Office Building, a controversial project that became the subject of a lawsuit and more than a few attack ads, but now sits on the north side of the Capitol. She also co-sponsored a bill with Sen. Carla Nelson, R-Rochester, another point person on the project, to create the Minnesota State Capitol Preservation Commission, which helped develop the multiyear plan for the restoration. … [Read more...] about 100 years after being excluded from the Minnesota State Capitol, women rebuilt it
His opening remarks in Ogallala congratulated local law enforcement offices for their recent alertness in issuing a speeding ticket and a $25 fine to the driver of Hollywood character actor Victor Buono. The actor, a passenger in the vehicle, complained about the incident on television entertainer Joey Bishop’s late-night talk show, saying Ogallala was “a horrible place to visit.” … [Read more...] about Remembering Robert F. Kennedy’s whistle-stop tour across Nebraska 50 years ago
The panel included Eric Bertun, Big Eight high school conference commissioner and director of operations for Capital East Soccer Club; David Bell, director of the Wisconsin Injury in Sport Laboratory; Alex Mundy, coach of West High School’s girls ultimate frisbee club team; Will Green, co-founder of Mentoring Positives and the La Follette High School girls basketball coach; and Jeremy Schlitz, athletic director for the Madison Metropolitan School District. … [Read more...] about High school sports provide important access, experience for kids who can’t afford club sports, panelists say
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