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Finding the Spanish Treasure Galleons of the 1733 Fleet

Keyser, Gary

Category: Sunken Treasure
Keywords: 1733 Fleet
Comments: Includes locations; illustrated
Size: 8.5″ x 11″
Pages: 20
Editions: The first edition (not stated) was published by The Treasure Book Co., Fort Dodge, Iowa (1984), in paperback. 57 more words

Sunken Treasure

Where Did The Ampersand Symbol Come From? | Mental Floss

Well shut the front door…

Check out Hannah Keyser’s (@HannahRKeyser) article by clicking the image below 21 more words

Food For Thought

Local Interest: Rock Art of South Dakota

This recent arrival is a special publication put out by the South Dakota Archaeological Society called Rock Art of Western South Dakota, the North Cave Hills, and the Southern Black Hills… 15 more words

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Brendon O'Connell Calls Foreign Minister Julie Bishop

Brendon O’Connell is the man that I have been speaking about for some years now.  The same Brendon O’Connell that did 3 years prison time, pretty much for speaking about jews, whilst he was defending Palestinians.  142 more words


Several Local Athletes Conquer MI Titanium

Several local endurance athletes participated in the 2014 ISI Michigan Titanium Triathlon this past Sunday. Mary Beth Strickler of LaVale claimed 3rd place in women’s overall competition, while the husband/wife team of Jason Griffith and Mary Jane Baniak earned first place nods in their respective age brackets. 84 more words


Snoberger, Sober Victorious in Independence 5K

Woody Snoberger and Jen Sober both claimed back-to-back local wins Saturday in Keyser at the Independence 5K. The two harriers had won the week before at the Iron Furnace 5K in Lonaconing, MD as well. 70 more words


Area Race Calendar - Weekend of 7/4

Even with all the festivities surrounding the 4th of July, there are plenty of racing options this weekend. Find your run happy!

Liberty 5K & Kids Mile, Jim Barnett Park, Winchester VA, July4 8 a.m. 134 more words