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Boy Scouts Find New Home Amid Mountains

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A carbon fiber tobacco moth wing created by Maj. Ryan O'Hara flaps 30 times per second and was photographed using a strobe light. Noah Adams/NPR hide caption

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Air Force Eyes Micromachine Bugs That Can Spy

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Wayne Seybold of Marion, Ind., grew up in a trailer park on the factory side of town. As mayor, he's downsized the city's government and expanded the business community. Noah Adams/NPR hide caption

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Progress And Promise For A Town Once In Crisis

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Portsmouth Public Health Nurse Lisa Roberts helped found the Scioto County Prescription Drug Action Team. Behind her is a memorial to victims of prescription drug abuse. Noah Adams/NPR hide caption

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A County Takes Down Prescription 'Pill Mills'

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Appalachian History Boxed Up In Shuttered Museum

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Educators at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force teach students about spaceflight. The museum is one of many vying to display a space shuttle. Dan Patterson/National Museum of the U.S. Air Force hide caption

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Air Force Museum Makes Its Case To Land A Shuttle

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Secret Donors Stuff Stockings Of Needy With $100

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The Loss Of Its Post Office Changes W.Va. Town

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Efforts To Ease Voting Change Meaning Of 'Election Day'

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Celia Cruz: The Voice From Havana

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Jay and Ann Birdwell of Still Hollow Farm in Greeneville, Tenn., with their two granddaughters. The Birdwells hope the girls will eventually take over the farm. Noah Adams /NPR hide caption

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Century Farms: A Slice Of History, Threatened

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Tobacco Farmers Feel The Pinch Of Rising Taxes

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Mary Ann Vecchio screams as she kneels over the body of Jeffrey Miller after he was shot during an anti-war demonstration at Kent State University in Ohio on May 4, 1970. Four students were killed when Ohio National Guard troops fired at some 600 anti-war demonstrators. This photo, taken by John Filo, won the Pulitzer Prize. Courtesy of John Filo via WKSU hide caption

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Shots Still Reverberate For Survivors Of Kent State

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For The Best Belgian Beer, Go To ... Michigan?

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