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Weekend events include music, movie night

CLAY COUNTY — While the weekend before the July Fourth weekend may seem a bit quieter, there are still plenty of things to do. There will be free snow cones offered by Nelson Home Group from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, June 25, at the splash pad in Kearney's Lions Park, located downtown off Jefferson Street.
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10 Criminal Scandals Worthy Of 'American Crime Story,' From Balloon Boy to Tonya Harding

With its first three seasons as evidence, the criminal scandals chosen for dramatization in FX’s American Crime Story seem to follow some common throughlines. While each installment of the anthology series deals with a separate criminal case (alongside a new cast and source material) showrunner Ryan Murphy seems most intrigued by those crimes which are tabloid-friendly, salacious, and representative of a particular era.
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Chilling Details From The Dos Erres Massacre

The community of people living at Las Dos Erres had no warning before the military death squad came to their doors in the middle of the night. And then, over the course of four days, an entire village was wiped off the face of the Earth. For years, the Guatemalan government and army maintained that the villagers had been killed by guerrillas and rebels, likely caught in the crossfire of the civil war that was raging across the country at the time. But even back then, many knew the reality of the horrific events that had occurred in 1982.
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Do We Now Know The Cause For Havana Syndrome?

In 2016, diplomats working in the United States Embassy in Havana, Cuba started suffering from unexplained symptoms that not only left them in immense discomfort but also seem to leave behind lasting injuries, per the New York Post. Those affected — including some CIA officers working under diplomatic cover in Cuba, per The New Yorker — described a feeling of immense pressure in their heads. Some also heard a loud sound that persisted wherever they moved indoors, similar to that made by cicadas.
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