Beanie the Chicken's Blog

Shortly after Beanie was found at a local feed store, it became apparent that she he was an unusual chicken. These are the chronicles of Beanie the chicken....

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Mechanicsburg residents working to restore war memorial

MECHANICSBURG — Weather and age have taken a toll on a monument built in 1948 that bears the names of Mechanicsburg residents who died in combat during World War II and the Vietnam War.

Click here to read story, from The State Journal-Register (Springfield, Il) 3/28/10.

Monday, March 29, 2010

Film digs up forgotten past of war's Hill 60 tunnellers

Australian and Allied soldiers created the largest blast the world had yet seen. THEY made the earth quake; their handiwork was heard and felt across the seas and they crafted a great battlefield victory. Then they faded away and were forgotten. But not for much longer.

Click here to read story, from The Australian (Surry Hills, NSW, Australia) 3/27/10.

World War II Memorial plaques stolen

They “served God and their country” in the 1940s and now police are looking for the culprits who desecrated their memory.

Click here to read story from New Britian Herald (Britain, CT) 3/25/10.

Nahant will clean up vet's memorial

An aging plaque on a stone in a little known park in town will be refurbished in the near future.

Click here to read story from (Lynn, MA) Enter your Zip code to find news and events in your area Print Email Font Resize Statue project saved man's life

Ninety-four-year-old Edward Zajac was "heartbroken" when someone stole the statue that memorialized his wife during the weekend, but was elated when police found the statue Monday night.

Click here to read story from Salt Lake (Salt Lake City, UT) 3/16/10.