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Colchester, VTmynbc5.com

Pilot survives helicopter crash on Colchester Causeway

COLCHESTER, Vt. — According to the Colchester Police Department, a helicopter crashed on the Colchester Causeway at about 4:25 p.m. Friday. The pilot suffered minor injuries. We spoke to people who live nearby, who say they had never seen something like this before. “It was just like a tiny helicopter,...
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Kansas City, MOPosted by
Evan Crosby

5 cool places to beat the summer heat in Kansas City

Image from Jackson County, Missouri Parks and Recreation. Kansas City, Mo. - Summers in the Midwest can be brutal - especially when factoring in high humidity that can often lead to tripple digit heat indexes during the day. Luckily, the Kansas City area is home to several water parks, as well as some pretty lakes with sand beaches that are perfect for swimming.
Shelby County, KYPosted by
Karen Lange

Attention Golfers: Check Out the Golf Courses in Shelby County, KY

In addition to the many horse farms, shopping and dining options, and other attractions, Shelby County Kentucky is home to four golf courses. The scenic Kentucky landscape provides the perfect backdrop for a game of golf for individuals, groups, or families. Whether you’re an avid golfer, looking to learn, or want to brush up on your skills, there’s a good chance that one of these courses would be a good fit. All four are an easy drive from the Frankfort or Louisville areas, and are just minutes from Interstate 64, US Route 60, and other area highways.
Warsaw, INTimes-Union Newspaper

Kids Enjoy A Variety Of Games At Family Carnival

There were plenty of games and activities for children to take part in at Friday evening’s Family Carnival at Central Park in Warsaw. A row of inflatables at the west parking lot allowed kids to bounce and bump. Face painting was popular, as was the balloon animals by “Twister Mike.”
Bloomington, INHerald Times

Volunteer, Bloomington: Woolery market, Makevent, Weed Wrangle

The City of Bloomington Volunteer Network is your source for information about volunteering locally. For a complete listing, visit BloomingtonVolunteerNetwork.org or call 812-349-3433. The inclusion of an organization in this list does not imply city endorsement or support of the organization’s activities or policies. Information and registration information for the...
Charles City, IACharles City Press

Stolen playground equipment returned safe and sound

It might have been a guilty conscience that did the trick — or maybe it was the threat of being charged with a felony. Whatever the motivation, the three pieces of “spring animal” playground equipment from Lions Field Park that were taken last week have been returned, and by all accounts, they are safe and sound.
Kerrville, TXhccommunityjournal.com

City taking registration for 25th Annual Kids Triathlon

Registration is open for the 25th Annual “Kids Triathlon” to be held Saturday, Aug. 14, beginning at 9 a.m. at Singing Wind Park and the Olympic Pool. All children ages Pre-K to 18 are welcome to participate. Athletes will be grouped according to age and each group will swim, bike...
Neche, NDPosted by
Neche Voice

Neche calendar: Coming events

1. Wonderful World of Water; 2. Catfish Capital Challenge Catfish Tournament- Drayton, ND; 3. Pembina Public Fossil Dig Family Half Days; 4. Bloomquist Farms Inc. Auction; 5. Cavalier Safe at Home Alone;
West Chester, PADaily Local News

Some West Chester events rescheduled, others not

WEST CHESTER—While several borough events were cancelled for 2021 due to COVID, the Parks and Recreation Department is rolling out a healthy mix of programming for the second half of the year. Victims of the pandemic included major non-borough events, the Benchmark Twilight Cycling Classic bike race, the West Chester...
Mount Vernon, WASkagit Valley Herald

Mount Vernon library launches StoryWalk at Hillcrest Park

MOUNT VERNON — Hikers and readers of all ages can walk through the pages of the book "Call Me Tree" at Hillcrest Park. The Mount Vernon City Library launched a StoryWalk at the park Wednesday with "Call Me Tree," a bilingual book by Maya Christina Gonzalez. The book's pages are displayed along a forested trail within the park.
Vacaville Reporter

Camp Three Oaks concludes week of Olympic-themed fun

This past week, all eyes have been on the Olympic Games, but Tokyo was not the only place to see high-energy competition. Plenty of that was on display at Three Oaks Community Center, as Camp Three Oaks had an Olympics-themed week complete with running and plenty of swimming. Camp Three...
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