Scuba Diving

Downtown @ Sundown with Keith Anderson | PICTURES

CLARKSVILLE, TN (CLARKSVILLE NOW) – The crowds continue to fill the Downtown Commons of Clarksville, and Friday, June 4 was the same as country singer / songwriter Keith Anderson took the stage for the Downtown @ Sundown concert series. The Tennessee Pluckers, a local country and southern rock band opened …

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Auburn man to serve 4 years for Lewiston drug crash

AUBURN – Steve Gregoire told a judge on Friday that he spent his birthday two years ago at the scene of an accident in Lewiston, watching his 19-year-old daughter being pulled out of her mutilated car and listening to her screaming pain from several serious injuries until she passed out. …

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Why the brain and testes are so particularly similar

As I bemoan what could have been with the canceled Netflix series Jupiter’s legacy, we’re going to bring you some of the most interesting and essential science and technology reports from Reverse. Let’s see if we can distract you for a good four minutes today. It’s a long shot, but …

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Robert Cruse Harper, 92 – North Platte Newsletter

Robert Cruse Harper, 92, of Sun City, AZ died on March 2, 2021. He was born at his home on April 6, 1928 to Alan Herbert and Amelia [Cruse] Harpist. Robert attended North Platte High School and graduated in 1946. After high school, he proudly served in the United States …

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Divers could spread deadly coral disease

Stony Coral Tissue Loss Disease in the Cayman Islands (Photo courtesy of DoE) (CNS): Until recently, the deadly stony coral tissue loss disease progressed evenly, but with reports of it appearing in random, unconnected sites, the Department of the Environment now fears that the Divers and boat operators do not …

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Scuba Diving Apparel Market Expected to Grow at a Stable CAGR vs. Forecast by 2027 – KSU

This Scuba Diving Clothing market report breaks down the market into segments and sub-segments. With this market analysis, managing the outline of industries becomes simple. This report on Scuba Diving Clothing market also helps in making informed decisions by giving unique insights into the industry along with historical and projected …

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100 Miles for Hope by land, sea and air

Chris McMartin transforms The American Legion 100 Miles for Hope into his own personal 100 Miles by land, sea and air. And then some. McMartin pursues the following objectives: • Run 100 miles. • 1,000 mile bike. • Swim 10 miles. • Fly a plane over 1000 miles • Diving …

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Falsely Claimed Underwater Flag Lies On Pearl Harbor Wreck

TO CLOSE Biden also paid tribute to his son, Beau, who was an Iraq War veteran and died of brain cancer in 2015. USA TODAY The claim: The image shows a diver replacing an American flag at Pearl Harbor In the days leading up to Memorial Day, some social media …

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Perfect Military Volunteers for RCMSAR: Pacific Navy News

Peter MallettEditor–– At the helm of the Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue (RCMSAR) is a retired naval officer. Captain (Navy) (Ret’d) Bill Riggs’ familiarity with the ocean and his training in the Navy give him the expertise to lead more than 900 search and rescue volunteers. They operate 44 …

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In preparation for containment level 2

On Saturday May 29, President Cyril Ramaphosa confirmed that tighter restrictions are on the agenda for South Africans as we enter the third wave of the pandemic. Ramaphosa made the announcement while speaking at the Ninth Northern Cape Provincial Conference. As part of the move to Lockdown Level 2, tougher …

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