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Why Is Dodge Killing Destroyer Gray?

Since the beginning of photography, shooters have used an 18 percent gray card as a brightness gauge for exposure. When television came along, and then color video, the role of the 18 percent gray card became even more important. It boils down to something approximate to this: 18 percent gray is the average color and brightness of everything. If you are, say, the U.S. Navy (or really the navy of any country big enough to float one), it would very much be in your best interest to paint your ships a color that makes something that big and dangerous disappear. You'd probably call it Destroyer Gray.
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SETX woman tracks her stolen Dodge Ram pickup with GPS; two arrested

Sheriff Brian Hawthorne reports that on Tuesday, February 15, 2022 at approximately 4:24 a.m. Chambers County Sheriff’s Office deputies were notified by dispatch that the owner of a black 2019 Dodge 2500 was tracking her stolen vehicle by GPS and the last known location of the vehicle was in the area of IH-10 and FM 565.

Inline-Six Engine to Replace Jeep, Dodge's V8 Likely to Debut in April

We've seen the patent drawings, now we want to see the real thing. The fact that Stellantis' North American wing is working on an inline-six to replace its big Hemi V8s is no secret at this point. We've seen the patents. The real mystery concerning what I personally like to call the "Mopar 2J" is when we're actually going to see it. A report by Autoblog might answer that question.

Dodge County Democrats to conduct virtual convention

The Dodge County Democratic Party will conduct a virtual county convention at 2 p.m. March 12. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the convention will be conducted via telephone. To participate, county voters must be registered by Feb. 25. Applicable forms can be found at For more information, call 402-720-8590...

Detroit slams Sidney Powell's move to dodge CLE-hour sanctions

(Reuters) - The city of Detroit and Michigan state officials on Friday blasted an attempt by Sidney Powell and other lawyers who sued in Michigan to overturn Democratic President Joe Biden's 2020 election victory to dodge the non-monetary sanctions a U.S. judge imposed on them. U.S. District Judge Linda Parker...
NBC Connecticut

CCSU Students Repair 1961 Dodge Lancer to Compete in ‘The Great Race'

In its 39-year history, The Great Race has brought drivers through cities big and small. This year hundreds of people will be taking their classic cars through Connecticut. That includes a group of students from Central Connecticut State University. They are repairing a 1961 fixer-upper for a big journey. At...
High Plains Journal

HPJ donates iconic wheat statue for downtown Dodge City

A Dodge City, Kansas, icon, the wheat statue that welcomed visitors to the High Plains Journal headquarters for over 40 years, is headed to a new location in the community. The 32-foot-high fine art sculpture titled “Kansas Wheat Shock” was on the lawn south of the building for the past 40 years and will be moved to a prominent area in historic downtown Dodge City, Kansas, in the near future. HPJ donated the statue to the city in honor of its legacy in Dodge City and its current and past employees.
Radio Iowa

Fort Dodge woman dies in Humboldt County accident

The Iowa State Patrol says one woman was killed, another hurt, in a two-vehicle accident on Highway 3 in Humboldt County late Wednesday afternoon. Reportedly an eastbound 2019 Nissan Kicks SUV operated by 56-year-old Brenda Knight of Fort Dodge for unknown reasons crossed the roadway striking a westbound 2006 Hummer HU3 driven by 59-year-old Becky Rice of Pocahontas.