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The plane crashed 40 years ago; now its Minnesota pilot is getting a memorial

Family members of a Minnesota pilot whose plane went down in a New York state park in 1974 are heading to the site this weekend. 295 more words


Stony Point Battlefield

A Lovely day on the Hudson River in the early autumn with some history thrown in.  on River in the early autumn with some history thrown in.


Ont. First Nation approves $90M compensation for Camp Ipperwash

SARNIA, Ont. – A southwestern Ontario First Nation says it has ratified an agreement in the dispute over Camp Ipperwash, which saw the death of aboriginal protester Dudley George in 1995. 159 more words


Cape Town - Gansbaai, Day 4, Monday Sept 14

We all met at the Western Province Cricket Club after having an incredible yesterday. The gang was a little worse for wear, but in good spirits as we waited for transport. 412 more words

Words' worth and Wordsworth

Words are powerful. Words have meaning. Words have worth. And there is a balance between reflection and action. We are here to learn to see what’s real and and to begin exploring how to allow what we see transform us. 562 more words

"What am I doing?" Wrestling with Doubt

I feel compelled to write this now even though perhaps last week I resigned to keep this a more private thought. Now that I am at Stony Point, New York with my fellow YAVs going around the US and around the world I realize that many YAVs echo my feelings and resonate with my experience. 684 more words

Algonquin Pipeline work raises concerns

by Kathy Kahn for the Rockland County Times

Plans to expand existing pipeline next to Indian Point being aggressively fought. The Federal Energy Regulatory Committee on July 29 gave the go-ahead to Spectra Energy to start expanding its compressor station in Stony Point, adding two new ones and upgrading the existing compressor station, much to the chagrin of some residents.

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