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BOB FULTON

Bob Fulton is the chief copy editor and occasionally contributes sports, travel and other feature stories.

Articles by BOB FULTON

Punxsutawney Phil made impression during visit to New York Punxsutawney Phil made impression during visit to New York
30 weeks ago - - BOB FULTON
Barbara (Beck) Sheldon’s experience with the famed weather-prognosticating groundhog Punxsutawney Phil was more up close and personal. Phil was once a guest in her home. A mischievous one. [Read More]
WACKY WORLD OF SPORTS: Team stages comeback for the ages WACKY WORLD OF SPORTS: Team stages comeback for the ages
35 weeks ago - - BOB FULTON
The crowd of 558 at Community Field in Burlington, Iowa, had thinned considerably by the time the sixth inning arrived on the night of May 7. [Read More]
Wacky World of Sports: CIAA player shoots the lights out in team's victory Wacky World of Sports: CIAA player shoots the lights out in team's victory
35 weeks ago - - BOB FULTON
The Johnson C. Smith (N.C.) University basketball team needed three days to win an NCAA Division II game, all because sophomore guard Joshua Linson shot the lights out. Literally. [Read More]
Wacky World of Sports: Catcher delivers first hit while still in minors Wacky World of Sports: Catcher delivers first hit while still in minors
35 weeks ago - - BOB FULTON
Like a real-life Doctor Who, catcher Andrew Susac did a little time traveling during his rookie season with the San Francisco Giants. [Read More]
Sacagawea's death, burial site remain shrouded in mystery Sacagawea's death, burial site remain shrouded in mystery
47 weeks ago - - BOB FULTON
I’m standing before the grave of Sacagawea, the Shoshone teenager who accompanied Lewis and Clark to the Pacific, convinced there’s a mystery here. I’m less certain that her remains are. [Read More]
Legacy of hardship, grit still echoes along Oregon Trail
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Legacy of hardship, grit still echoes along Oregon Trail
49 weeks ago - - BOB FULTON
Hard to believe these dusty tracks in remote southeastern Wyoming were once part of a great national thoroughfare. But if I close my eyes, I can almost picture the massive wagon trains that rolled through here on the Oregon Trail. [Read More]
Guests mingle with ghosts at historic Stanley hotel Guests mingle with ghosts at historic Stanley hotel
52 weeks ago - - BOB FULTON
Not everyone roaming the halls of the Stanley Hotel is a guest. [Read More]
Scenic Colorado roadway takes visitors to high-elevation wonders
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Scenic Colorado roadway takes visitors to high-elevation wonders
52 weeks ago - - BOB FULTON
Trail Ridge Road might well be the most hazardous highway in America. [Read More]
Fort McHenry still echoes with battle that inspired Key Fort McHenry still echoes with battle that inspired Key
58 weeks ago - - BOB FULTON
As dawn broke on Sept. 14, 1814, an American lawyer and sometime poet peered anxiously through the rising mists from the deck of a ship anchored in Maryland’s Patapsco River and sought the answer to a pressing question — one he later posed in verse: [Read More]
Poe launched career in austere Baltimore row house
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Poe launched career in austere Baltimore row house
58 weeks ago - - BOB FULTON
Climb the narrow, precipitous stairs to the attic and peek into the tiny room with its low, sharply pitched ceiling and single window that admits scant light, and it’s easy to conjure up an image of the master of the macabre working here. [Read More]
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