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Latest Pearl Harbor Items
Since spending a bitter-cold winter at a German prison camp during World War II, Dick Lockhart said his feet have ached more when lying in bed on cold nights than when moving around.
Santa Fe Mayor David Coss, two city councilors and more than a dozen Santa Fe residents are in Hawaii this week for the homecoming of a submarine named after New Mexico's capital city.
University of Virginia President Teresa A. Sullivan has donated her mother's nursing cape to the university's nursing school.
A man has been sentenced to six years in prison for a drug offense, identity theft and attempting to steal $17,000 worth of electronics from the Navy Exchange at Pearl Harbor.
Texas Rep. Louie Gohmert said tea partiers should rise up and fight against efforts to quash the group by the Republican Party's old guard.
Workers have begun tearing down the base of a monument that began in the Great Depression as a jobs project in the Columbia Gorge and was intended to memorialize the Lewis and Clark expedition.
Simon Clark headed off to Japan to learn the language and enhance his college studies of World War II. He was excited about making his first visit to Pearl Harbor this week when he was able to take a break from his job as the caddie for Ryo Ishikawa.
Plainly speaking, women being either "placed" or asked to "volunteer" for ground combat is stupid ("Pentagon's new warfare: Battle of the sexes," Web, Jan. 1). However, it is also part of the political left's agenda to undermine anything that stands for America, freedom or rationality. How many "liberal" families will ask their daughters to become "combat" line officers at our national military academies or Army Rangers, infantry Marines, paratroops or Navy SEALs? None, I would guess.
Peter Fonda has gravitated toward character-driven roles throughout his long career, from his 1969 countercultural classic "Easy Rider" to his current family-friendly film "The Ultimate Life," searching for the moments that inform his characters' lives as well as his own.