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Voices of Faith: With faith focused, amazing sights may be seen their time of need.I remember a quick trip to South Dakota one spring. I was in Rapid City and wanted to see Mount Rushmore (why are they in a hurry?). However, fog covered the giant sculptures and I didn't get a glimpse at all. That...

...agreed to pick up the $61,600 daily tab for running the site. South Dakota and corporate donors did the same for Mount Rushmore, beginning on Monday at a cost of $15,200 a day.The White House, drawing attention to the effects of the partial...

...state use its own money to reopen Mount Rushmore National Memorial during the government...South Dakota could pay to reopen Mount Rushmore."The governor is use state employees to keep Mount Rushmore open with limited services. But...
The Bookworm Sez: America packed a lot into the summer of 1927

...not to run again for president, he passed the proverbial buck - though not before taking time to dedicate the new Mount Rushmore.Trials were speedy in the summer of 1927 but the majority of murders went unsolved (including ones committed by...
Arts & Entertainment

...greenery is included, he said.Spicer, who also has done mallards in flight, says his next major project may be Mount Rushmore, even if there isn't much color to one of America's most epic artistic creations."Right now, I'm still...
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Postcards from the edge

...trail of a story about Wisconsin cheese carver Troy Landwehr, who carved a 700-pound pile of cheddar into a mini Mount Rushmore for a TV show in Times Square. He was then going to take it to D.C. where it was to be devoured. I thought it...
Fathers? deeds should lead to succeeding generations

...yourself.? Giving an example of perfection is often expected but not possible. The sculptor of the presidents on Mount Rushmore was asked if his work was perfect. Gutzon Borglum replied, ?Not today. The nose of Washington is an inch...


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