MILFORD LAKE, Kan. (JC Post) – Milford Lake Corp of Engineer campgrounds opened Thursday. Boll Whitworth, Operations Project Manager, noted that some loops in different campgrounds will remain closed because repairs from the 2019 flooding are not yet complete. “Loop B at West Rolling Hills, Farnum Creek and Curtis Creek […]

WASHINGTON (AP) — Officials in the nation’s capital are watching the crowds as cherry blossom season begins in earnest. The distinctive white and pink petals reached full bloom last Sunday, about a week earlier than expected. It’s an event that normally brings in thousands of visitors and signals the unofficial […]

Maria Cortes Gonzalez, El Paso Times Published 12:31 p.m. MT March 31, 2021 CLOSE A Georgetown goat named “Dog” is a finalist for Cadbury’s Easter bunny commercial. But the Nigerian dwarf goat is more than just a family pet. Austin American-Statesman Easter weekend is typically when Christian families celebrate Jesus […]

“Through the program, I built seven new, amazing friendships that continue to grow,” said North Tahoe student Iran Pacheco.Courtesy photo High school students from Tahoe and Truckee will have the opportunity to participate in an immersive outdoor and academic program this summer. The Adventure Risk Challenge summer courses introduce 10 […]

In January, Virginia teachers were moved into a high-priority group for vaccines. One would think that demanding and accepting this high prioritization would make these school systems sensitive to the responsibility it comes with. Alas, it did not. They want to write off the remaining three months of school, just […]

Tennis enthusiasts in San Francisco will have new state-of-the-art courts to play on when Golden Gate Park is set to open the new Lisa and Douglas Goldman Tennis Center next week. The $27 million project to rennovate the park’s courts initially broke ground in April 2019, with the brand-new facility […]

Join Fountain Hills Parks and Recreation at Four Peaks Park on Saturday, March 27, from 8 to 10 a.m. to celebrate the annual Eggstravaganza event. Held on the soccer fields at Four Peaks Park, organizers say this event is a fun and safe way to begin the spring season. Kids […]

The East Bay Regional Park District is beginning to reopen some of its facilities as progress continues on controlling the COVID-19 pandemic. The latest reopenings are at Ardenwood Historic Farm in Fremont and, at Tilden Regional Park near Berkeley, the Little Farm and Regional Parks Botanic Garden. All three are […]

They had an alliance forged, if not in admiration, then in a shared recognition that the success of their projects was intertwined. Mitch McConnell wasn’t the type to join Donald Trump on the golf course like Lindsey Graham, and Trump rarely spoke of McConnell in the kinds of personal terms—positive […]

TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) – Two of Manhattan’s waterparks are scheduled to be open this summer. City Park and Northview waterparks, along with the splash park in City Park, are scheduled to be open by May 22. In early 2020, the City of Manhattan made budget cuts to programs and implemented […]

People have their temperatures taken last week at Disneyland, Orange County’s first COVID-19 mass vaccination site. (Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times) Orange County’s second large-scale COVID-19 vaccination site will open at Soka University in Aliso Viejo on Saturday as officials continue their efforts to ramp up inoculations despite […]

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Rachel Santos is clear about one thing: Distance learning did not work for her. “There was always Zoom meetings, and I couldn’t really focus on that, because I get easily distracted and there’s a lot of stuff going around in my house,” she said. Without any in-person […]

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – Gov. Cuomo announced a proposal to open the Dormitory Authority of the State of New York’s (DASNY) low-cost financing, design and construction services to all non-profits and school districts as part of the Governor’s 2021 State of the State agenda. Through this program, nonprofit organizations and school districts can access DASNY’s services for […]

ST. PETERSBURG, FL — Martin Luther King Jr. Day falls on Mon., Jan. 18 this year, and a variety of services will be closed in St. Petersburg on the day. In addition to closures, the 35th annual MLK Jr. Dream Big Parade will be held virtually with guest speakers due […]

Australian Open organisers say the tournament will go ahead despite the coronavirus disruption An Australian Open tennis player has tested positive for Covid-19 amid controversy over cases tied to the event. At least nine infected people are in quarantine in Melbourne, officials say. The staging of the international event has […]