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Day Three - Memorials & a City Rabbit

Out the door about 9:00, off to the Metro and a short ride to the Smithsonian stop. Out onto the Mall into a brisk morning. 1,272 more words

DC Trip

Washington, DC (Part 2, A Blast From the Past)

Hey everyone,

Last week’s post on Washington, DC was from the present time or at least in the immediate past, like a few weeks ago. This week, I’ll take you back to my business/pleasure visit to Washington from August 2007. 1,511 more words

A Monumental Day!

It’s been a couple of months since I’ve returned from our fantastic Washington, D.C. trip. I have been meaning to finish my blog posts, and I owe a dear friend some of this information in writing! 1,196 more words

WaKeeney's Memorial to the Veterans of Iwo Jima

When visitors arrive in WaKeeney and turn off I-70’s Exit 128 one of the first things they’ll notice is the silhouette of a very famous image that illustrates one of the most important Allied victories of World War II. 282 more words


Thursday, March 2, 2017 – March 2, 1836 - Texas Independence Day!

Thursday, March 2, 2017 – March 2, 1836 – Texas Independence Day!

While the fighters were defending The Alamo, the suits and politicians were signing a Declaration of Independence stating the Mexican state of Texas would henceforth be free and independent. 311 more words

MAC Club Takes on D.C.

by Chelsea Ayers

This weekend was one to remember for the Media and Communication Club. Nineteen of WVU Parkersburg’s MAC Club members made their way to Washington, D.C. 325 more words

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