NEARING COMPLETION – Almost all of the delayed materials have arrived and the contractor is finishing up area lighting and some final grading before the plaster is done. “We are planning to be complete in about two weeks,” Littlefield City Manager, Mitch Grant said.
A new art installation is now up at Kenilworth Park & Aquatic Gardens, not far from the Route 1 corridor. Called “Passage: Reflections of Time & Space,” the installation by D.C. artist and architect Omar Hakeem uses mirrors and logs from the area to make displays that incorporate the natural surroundings.
LEELANAU COUNTY, Mich. (WPBN/WGTU) -- The areas first free watercraft washing station is now open on Lake Leelanau. The Lake Leelanau Lake Association and the Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians partnered to bring the solar powered cleaning kiosk to the Bingham Boat Launch. It's a place you...
EVANSVILLE, Ind. (WEHT)– City officials announced some important dates that lead to people being able to jump into the pools at Deaconess Aquatic Center. “There’s going to be a ribbon cutting ceremony and dedication on October first, but then the public opening is Monday october 4th,” Deputy mayor Steve Schaefer said.
The new Deaconess Aquatic Center is set to open early next month. Evansville city officials announced Thursday that the ribbon cutting for the new $28 million dollar facility will be Oct. 1 and be open to swimming on Oct. 4. Standing outside the aquatic center, Deputy Mayor Steve Schaefer said...
Woodward’s Aquatic Center Committee has kicked off its Fall fundraiser for the first phase of the indoor aquatic center. It will be located at the northwest corner of 13thand Downs, beside the Woodward Senior Center. “$50,000 is needed to complete phase one of the project, which includes architectural 3D renderings, floor plans, and estimated construction cost,” said Dr. Trent Yadon, representative of the local aquatic center committee.
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On September 6, 1776, the first American submarine called Turtle attempted a military maneuver in an effort to help George Washington turn the tide of battle. Invented by David Bushnell, the submersible Turtle had a maximum speed of 3 knots (a little less than 3.5 miles per hour). It consisted of a wooden barrel-like body, a brass & glass cap, navigation instruments, oars, and a treadle-powered screw propeller. The three bombs on board were planned to sink the British ship HMS Eagle in New York Harbor.
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EVANSVILLE - City officials have announced the opening date for the much-anticipated $27 million Deaconess Aquatic Center in Evansville. Deputy Mayor Steve Schaefer tells our partners at WEHT-TV a ribbon cutting ceremony will take place October 1, with the facility opening to the public three days later. Plans for the...
September 17, 2021—Nutrition researchers have long touted the health benefits of fish such as salmon, cod, and herring. But the world’s waterways, from the depths of the oceans to the cutbanks of rivers to tropical reefs, offer up an incredibly diverse bounty of food sources that people around the world depend on.
Could have been much worse. to be back in the water again.
EVANSVILLE, Ind. (WFIE) - A major athletic facilities project at the University of Southern Indiana has officially come to an end. USI officials unveiled its new, on-campus aquatic center on Thursday. The new pool is the final part of the three-phase project, which includes Screaming Eagles Arena and a newly-remodeled,...