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Clackamas Cabin Could Predate Lewis and Clark Expedition

By Janet Eastman MOLALLA, Ore. (AP) — Protected inside a workshop hidden among Clackamas County farmland is a mysterious log dwelling that may prompt a rewrite of Oregon’s long-held history.   If experts’ theories pan out, the 18-foot-wide structure — called the Molalla Log House — predates the start of Lewis and Clark’s 1804 expedition [...]

Tokyo Turns Focus to Delivering ‘Sustainable’ 2020 Games

By Elaine Kurtenbach   TOKYO (AP) — Organizers of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics have promised the most innovative, impeccably run and “sustainable” games ever. With just a little more than five years to go, doubts are growing whether they will deliver on the last pledge.   On Tuesday, the World Wide Fund for Nature and [...]

J.W. Winco, Inc. Adjustable Hinges Allow For Perfect Positioning

NEW BERLIN, WI – J.W. Winco, Inc., a leading supplier of standard industrial machine components, has announced the availability of its EN 236 Plastic Adjustable Alignment Hinges, suitable for inch or metric applications.   The RoHS-compliant adjustable alignment hinges allow for technically and visually perfect positioning and alignment of a door in its frame. The [...]

In Montgomery, Downtown Builders Peel Back History

By Brad Harper MONGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Recessed lighting and gleaming stainless steel line the reimagined 1800s building. Black beams brace the historic brick walls while a bar sits bathed in neon pink light, waiting for its first customers.   Workers were putting the final touches on the new Cuco’s Mexican Café last week, inside [...]

Revel Owner to Be Fined for Code Infraction After Power Cut

By Wayne Parry ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — The new owner of Atlantic City’s former Revel casino got hit with two blows Thursday as a power plant cut off service to the building and the city said it would fine him for every day that fire suppression systems are without power.   Chris Filiciello, chief [...]