Daily Archives: December 14, 2020

WordPress – This Is Getting Old Where You Put Scheduled Posts into Draft Folder – December 14, 2020

I schedule a post and for some strange reason, WordPress occasionally treats it as a Draft version and sticks it in the Draft folder. It’s more a random occurrence than a regular deal. Maybe 5 – 10% of posts, or … Continue reading

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More Ancestry…?! Believe it! — North Carolina Collection

They’ve done done it again! There’s more Ancestry at home where the rest came from. Ancestry has extended your home use of the library’s Ancestry Library Edition. You are able to use the database from home until March 31, 2021 … Continue reading

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Kate Lobrano House, Bay Saint Louis – Mississippi Mondays December 14, 2020

For today’s Mississippi Mondays post, I chose to look around Bay Saint Louis in Hancock County to see what was in the area. I chose the Kate Lobrano House – http://prcc.edu/chttp://www.hancockcountyhistoricalsociety.com/. As usual, check with them before visiting as COVID-19 … Continue reading

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Billy Graham Chaplains Ministering in Grieving NC City After Policeman Killed — From The Darkness Into The Light

By Lizzy Long and Kellie Van Gilder   •   December 11, 2020SHARETWEET Home Stories Billy Graham Chaplains Ministering in Grieving NC City After Policeman Killed A solemn crowd of fellow officers, family and friends visited a memorial for 25-year-old Mount Holly police officer Tyler … Continue reading

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Nordic Skiing Explained – FamilySearch December 13, 2020

I saw this on FamilySearch today – Nordic Skiing Explained: https://www.familysearch.org/blog/en/nordic-skiing-norway/. Longer article, shortened it a bit to list some key points. Definitely worth a read. December 13, 2020 by Alison Ensign The first Nordic skiing race took place in Norway in 1842. … Continue reading

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1951 Japanese Surrender — Pacific Paratrooper

1951 Japanese surrender A group of stranded survivors of a Japanese vessel sunk by the American military found their way to the island of Anatahan, 75 nautical miles north of Saipan. The island’s coast line is precipitous with landing beaches … Continue reading

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New Bundle of Holding – Modern AGE and Expanse RPG Bundle – December 14, 2020

I saw the new bundle in an e-mail today, on Bundle of Holding – Modern AGE and Expanse RPG Bundle: http://bundleofholding.com/presents/Expanse.  I haven’t played the games so here’s the Wikipedia article:  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Green_Ronin_Publishing#Games_and_products and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Expanse_(novel_series)#Roleplaying_game. Here’s the company’s website on the AGE … Continue reading

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Current DNA Sales December 14, 2020

Current January 2019 DNA sales, updated daily or every other day. Continue reading

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Kansas Shopper features Strataca – Kansas Underground Salt Museum – Strataca Salt Mine Adventure YouTube

I saw this on YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WOn1jSeboxo Direct link: Kansas Shopper features Strataca – Kansas Underground Salt Museum: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WOn1jSeboxo (about 3:00 minutes long)

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8 COOL WAYS TO GET OUTSIDE THIS WINTER — From The Darkness Into The Light

We know there are questions around travel amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Read our note here. If you thought the only way to get through winter was to stay inside and hunker down, think again. Don’t let the chilly weather throughout … Continue reading

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