Archive for May, 2008

Missing: Kerr Cabin – Ada Evening News

Saturday, May 31st, 2008
Missing: Kerr Cabin
Ada Evening News, OK – 34 minutes ago
The log cabin is the birthplace of Robert S. Kerr, one of the most beloved and well-known senators in Oklahoma history. Kerr was born there on September 11,

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Pledging a new allegiance – Columbia Daily Tribune

Saturday, May 31st, 2008

Maria Lopez, center, a native of Mexico, takes the oath of allegiance among 39 immigrants from 22 nations, becoming naturalized U.S. citizens in a ceremony yesterday at the federal courthouse in Jefferson City. U.S. District Judge Nanette Laughrey …

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Bugs eating historic log cabin – DetNews.com

Saturday, May 31st, 2008
Bugs eating historic log cabin
DetNews.com, MI – 1 hour ago
GROSSE POINTE FARMS — A 170-year-old log cabin — believed to be one of the oldest in the region — that has lived through the Civil War era,

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The Christian Homesteading Movement – Mother Earth News

Friday, May 30th, 2008
The Christian Homesteading Movement
Mother Earth News, KS – 40 minutes ago
If you think the back-to-the-land movement is attracting young freaks, misfits, the alienated and disenchanted revolutionaries, the Christian Homesteading

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Log Cabin Republicans list picks for Congress – SmartBrief

Friday, May 30th, 2008
Log Cabin Republicans list picks for Congress
SmartBrief, DC – 53 minutes ago
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From the Los Angeles Times – Baltimore Sun

Friday, May 30th, 2008

Baltimore Sun
From the Los Angeles Times
Baltimore Sun, United States – 53 minutes ago
One of a slew of DIY gardening currents, such as permaculture (design of highly sustainable ecosystems), urban homesteading, composting and free fruit

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Guerrilla gardener movement takes root in L.A. area – Chicago Tribune

Friday, May 30th, 2008

BRIMMING with lime-hued succulents and a lush collection of agaves, one shooting spiky leaves 10 feet into the air, it’s a head-turning garden smack in the middle of Long Beach’s asphalt jungle. But the gardener who designed it doesn’t want you to …

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AM Greenlist: Local green happenings – Los Angeles Times

Friday, May 30th, 2008
AM Greenlist: Local green happenings
Los Angeles Times, CA – 18 minutes ago
“One of a slew of DIY gardening currents, such as permaculture (design of highly sustainable ecosystems), urban homesteading, composting and free fruit

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Microsoft Acknowledges Open Source As a Bigger Threat Than Google – Slashdot

Friday, May 30th, 2008
Microsoft Acknowledges Open Source As a Bigger Threat Than Google
Slashdot – 35 minutes ago
Every open source project I’ve ever started or written is a result of a need — an “itch” as ESR puts it in Homesteading the Noosphere [catb.org].

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History session planned in July – Woodward News

Friday, May 30th, 2008

It’s time, once again, to enroll in the annual Oklahoma Northwest history session, a collaborative effort of Woodward’s Plains Indians and Pioneers Museum, Northwestern Oklahoma State University and Historic Fort Supply. The class will run July 7 …

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