Road work puts Halesite biz owners in jam Robert Berry described the construction outside his Halesite business as an "absolute nightmare." Berry said construction vehicles, barrels and cones have repeatedly blocked his entrance. Once, workers dug up his parking lot, making it impossible for ... 07/1/2012 - 8:46 am | View Link
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Michelin Pilot Road 3 road test review | Motorcycle Safety ... Part two of a multi-part series on the Michelin Pilot Road 3 sport-touring tires – plus exclusive answers straight from Michelin’s tire engineers. 03/1/2015 - 10:43 pm | View Website
The Gun Wire® Blog – The Last 24 Hours of Firearm and ... Lawsuits, Defunding May Be Used Against Ammo Ban; My Gun Story: The Gun Enthusiast; MI: Bulletproof hat for law enforcement tested at gun range; Gun Store Owner: The ... 03/1/2015 - 7:44 pm | View Website
Canberra (AFP) - South Africa thrashed Ireland by 201 runs in their World Cup Pool B match at Canberra's Manuka Oval on Tuesday. The Proteas piled up 411 for four, the second-highest total in the tournament's history, on the back of hundreds by Hashim Amla (159) and Faf du Plessis (109), with the pair putting on 247 for the second wicket.
A trip to Asia inspired Bruce Poon Tip to create a unique travel company, and now he lets his employees travel the world for free. Bruce Poon Tip can't keep track of the number of countries he's traveled to. The CEO of the adventure travel company G Adventures knows travel means more than a way to escape the daily grind.
A rare goblin shark, caught by a commercial fisher in January off Australia's southeast coast near Eden, was recently handed over to the Australian Museum. It's only the fourth specimen of this kind to ever be collected by the museum. Mark McGrouther, the museum's fish collection manager, showed off the rare deep-water species in a video.
The Internet has something new to obsess over. And this time, no one is debating the colors in the image. You may have heard a little something about a certain dress last week. Yeah. So. That was last week. This week is very new, but it's already shaping up to be all about something else entirely: the above image of a baby weasel riding on the back of a flying woodpecker.