Treasures: Who owns what in Sussex County? New Jersey Herald, NJ – Jul 14, 2007 She recalled the vanishing act of many artifacts at High Point State Park’s Kuser Mansion, which closed to the public in 1979. "What happened up in Kuser …(more…)
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Mt. Washington bike race canceled WCAX, VT – Jul 9, 2007 … year in 2007 — was supposed to be a lucky day, but not for nearly 300 cyclists who planned to compete in a race up (New Hampshire’s) Mount Washington. …
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Thinking about the mountain – Daniel Silliman Henry Herald, GA – Jul 23, 2007 The car, released, hummed down the mountain. The mountain — Black Mountain, the tallest of the Cumberland Mountains and the highest point in Kentucky — was …
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With Close Contacts, Md. Wind Project Gets Boost Washington Post, United States – Jul 22, 2007 State law and the environmental protections it afforded all but scuttled his proposal last year for 24 windmills atop Backbone Mountain at the state’s …
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Governor makes it to summit of Katahdin MaineToday.com, ME – Jul 13, 2007 John Baldacci and some members of his climbing party pause Wednesday along Mount Katahdin’s Saddle Trail. From left are Jack Baldacci, the governor’s son, …(more…)
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Largest telescope starts gazing Guardian Unlimited, UK – Jul 12, 2007 A powerful array of 36 separate mirrors form a single mirror that is 10.4 metres (34ft) wide, 4% larger than the Keck telescopes at Mauna Kea, Hawaii. …(more…)
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Top of Georgia Corvette Show Helps SAFE Union Sentinel, GA – Jul 19, 2007 The Annual ‘Top of Georgia’ All Corvette Show at Brasstown Bald Mountain resulted in a parking lot full of beautiful vehicles and a healthy donation for …
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Colorado is the place to conquer a fourteener Arizona Daily Star, AZ – Jul 8, 2007 Those who want to stand atop the highest of the Colorado fourteeners — 14433-foot Mount Elbert — will have to journey east of Aspen to reach the peak. …
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Runner braves desert heat in 135-mile race Minneapolis Star Tribune (subscription), MN – 13 hours ago Daybreak brought renewed energy for Benke, and as he approached Lone Pine, a town at the base of Mount Whitney, a surge of adrenaline took over. …More Whitney articles
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Natural’ leader Russellville Courier, AR – Jul 16, 2007 He oversees 10 state parks, including Lake Dardanelle and Mount Magazine. Brown, 51, a longtime Arkansas River Valley resident, has been in the state park …
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Flagstaff’s ring of fire: Route 66 town heats up, and not just … Miami Herald, FL – Jul 10, 2007 It’s a collection of peaks (Humphreys Peak is the tallest) in the shape of a horseshoe that was once a single 16000-foot volcano built up by layers of lava …
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McKinley climbing season tested veterans Anchorage Daily News (subscription), AK – Jul 22, 2007 By CRAIG MEDRED Untold crevasse falls later, a Mount McKinley climbing season haunted by the winter of 2006-07 is winding to an end. …More Mount McKinley articles
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Cheaha Resort State Park trucking in water Huntsville Times, AL – Jul 3, 2007 Cheaha Resort State Park is taking measures to stay open with the recent drought drying up the water supply. The park has trucked in 40000 gallons of water …
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Following are recent headlines from the Taum Sauk disaster:
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The Associated Press has an article about Japanese mountaineer Yoshitomi Okura climb of Mount McKinley each year to install its weather station.
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