JEFFERSONVILLE, IN (WAVE) For years there have been stories and rumors of something hidden underneath a ballpark in Jeffersonville near the intersection of Mulberry and Chestnut street. Recently, those rumors were proven to be true when human remains were found buried under that park. Historians believe it is actually the old city cemetery that was not taken care of over the years.According to Jeanne Burke, the Clark County historian, as many as 350 grave sites could be under that ballpark.
Pete’s Promise, a city mentoring and scholarship program. The black tie optional dinner is set for Jan. 10 in the Mahaffey Theater at Duke Energy Center for the Arts, 400 First St. Of course, there will be plenty of fine words about respecting the site heritage, but with the absolute minimum of actual alteration to the abominable masterplan. No expansion of the area assigned to Sayes Court Garden, no realignment so that the footprint is more faithful to Evelyn original layout. And rather than a restoration, which would be a real acknowledgment of the garden historical importance, we are instead facing, at best, the uninspiring prospect of some generic sliver of contemporary space connecting the proposed centre for horticultural training (a building that will cover the exposed footings of the manor house) with the existing Sayes Court Park..
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So Mom had a couple of errands to run and I had to do a few things around the house. I had the wooden deck repaired a while back and my neighbor came over did some touch up painting for me this afternoon. It another hot and humid day out again, 99 degrees.
Came around once and asked me, does it feel like to be broke at 60? What a silly question. It feels the same as it does at 50. I not in debt. Dissolve it! The most accurate test is one that chemically differentiates protein from cellulose or petrochemicals. One such test: at room temperature, mix a solution of 16 g copper sulfate (CuSO4) in 150 cc of water. Add 8 10 g glycerine, then caustic soda (sodium hydroxide: NaOH) until a clear solution is obtained.