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Retired Army vet plans to travel Mississippi River by canoe

CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. — A retired Army veteran from Clarksville plans to travel the length of the Mississippi River by canoe for personal growth and to raise funds for fellow veterans. The Leaf-Chronicle reported Bennie Giles will set a canoe into Minnesota's Lake Itasca the first week of June for his ...

Retired Army vet plans to travel Mississippi River by canoe

A retired Army veteran from Clarksville plans to travel the length of the Mississippi River by canoe for personal growth and to raise funds for fellow veterans.

Obama marks Memorial Day at Arlington National Cemetery

President Barack Obama laid a wreath Monday at the Tomb of the Unknowns to honor members of the military who died serving their country.

Migrant deaths said to top 700 in 1 week

POZZALLO, Sicily -- More than 700 migrants likely died in the Mediterranean Sea last week, aid agencies said Sunday, adding that most of them were attempting to flee the Libyan coast for Italy.

Public mum on private option

No one commented Thursday at a public hearing in Little Rock on Arkansas' plan to seek federal approval to make changes to the private option and extend the waiver authorizing it through 2021.

Highways plan tied to earnings down the road

The Legislature and Gov. Asa Hutchinson are relying on the state treasurer’s improved earnings on roughly $3 billion in investments to help generate more money for the state’s highway program and to help pay for a long-term reserve fund for use in economic downturns.

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