At some point in the future, the owners will demolish the building “and essentially clear the land. Then my family will move forward, selling the land,” Ryan Anderson said.
Kevin Domes, the executive director of Bethel Bible Camp, isn't sure if they'll be able to host the first group of campers set to arrive in two weeks.
Though the main mall’s interior remains well-kept, west central Nebraska old-timers — and natives who visit or move back — know little has changed since its opening on April 12, 1972.
I love TV commercials. I laugh at some and groan at others, but I study them to see the techniques companies use to ply their wares. One commercial in particular struck me recently. It advertises a website that claims it can save you money on car insurance. The actor says, if I recall correctly, that U.S. drivers overspend by $21 billion a year on insurance.
Tornadoes are classified based on the damage the tornado does, which enables us to estimate the wind speed of its rotating winds.
As Alabama residents continue sheltering in place from disastrous storms, residents who spoke to CNN described scenes of terror, devastation a…
The Volkswagen Atlas has the lowest starting price of any midsize three-row SUV. On top of that, it currently maintains a strong fourth place in Edmunds’ rankings thanks to its spacious interior, comfortable demeanor and quiet ride. Power and fuel economy with either available engine leave something to be desired, but overall the Atlas is good enough to overcome those flaws.
“I hadn’t heard about anything like this around here,” said owner Zane Grandel. “I’d seen it done in big cities, so I figured this was the year to do something like that for somebody.”
A recent exploration of a long-undisturbed file cabinet offered a fascinating trip into what a 1960s cartoon called the “Way-Back Machine.”
In a wide-ranging keynote presentation that addressed everything from the practical to the fantastical — a single-seat drone aircraft was shown in a concept video — General Motors outlined its plans to accelerate the production of electric vehicles across a full spectrum of brands.
Q: Tim, I think I’ve got a good idea. I’m re-roofing two of my barns with metal roofing. I was thinking of extending the roof past the walls 18 inches so dripping water falls farther away from the barn walls. Right now I’ve got gutters and I’m tired of them clogging up with leaves and debris. What is the best practice when it comes to gutters or no gutters? What about sizes for both gutters and downspouts? What would you do if you were me? —Carol K., Mio, Mich.
The original Hummer and its offshoots, the H2 and H3, weren’t exactly eco-minded machines. That makes the new all-electric GMC Hummer EV a bit of a surprise. GMC promises that the Hummer EV will be plenty capable off-road without burning a single ounce of gasoline getting there and back thanks to its touted 350 miles of electric range.
Commissioners approved 4-0 a $53,315 bid for roof repair of the Lincoln County Courthouse by Weathercraft Roofing.
Q: In 2006, we purchased a condominium in Chicago on the third floor of a three-story building. Over those years, we’ve experienced water issues with the roof and windows and have repaired them as they have come up.
The female driver, a male passenger and two children were all transported to Lexington Regional Health Center for minor injuries
QUESTION: Mr. Tim, I’ve had three contractors over to my house and I’ve received three different answers about how my bathroom fan should exhaust. I’m beyond frustrated. How are we homeowners supposed to protect our largest investments, our homes, if maintenance advice is wrong? I’ve read online about serious mold and wood-rot problems caused by bath fans. I’m confident you’ll be able to give me the correct answer. I only wish you lived in my town so I might bump into you for advice at the grocery store from time to time! Sharon P., Evanston, IL
Ashton, a kindergartner in Cape Coral, Florida, was heartbroken after his favorite stuffed animal, named Rockstar Freddy, was thrown onto the school roof by an older student.
"Heartland Docs, DVM," which follows the lives of Hartington veterinarians Erin and Ben Schroeder, premieres Saturday at 9 p.m. CST on the National Geographic Wild cable channel. In addition to nursing local critters back to health, the couple have restored a number of aging buildings in Hartington into showplaces.
When they’re not worrying about the weight of their designs, auto engineers fuss over aerodynamics. Improvements to how your car cuts through the air bear fruit most at high speeds — highway miles. The most common way drivers hurt their aerodynamics, and thus mileage, is by putting items on the roof.
A powerful gust of wind sent his son tumbling across the roof and into the murky water, where he watched him disappear amid floating debris.
An $8.2 million project is underway to restore — and reclaim — the monument from the ravages of nature.