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The Shorts--T-Day

There's a light-hearted joy in orphan holidays. Thanksgiving in Indian Creek or slaying powder for Christmas may sound like more fun than going 'home' for holidays fraught with family dynamics. At least it felt that way for Katie Wallace.  "Thanksgiving had always been a tough holiday for me," says Katie. Show More Summary

Neighborhood gem: Blue Heron Nature Preserve

This greenspace—which considers itself a “haven for nature in an urban environment”—dates back to the 1800s, when North Buckhead was home to the Creek Indians.

GA: MARTA Wants to Expand Rail Line from Indian Creek to Stonecrest

MARTA is turning to the federal government for big bucks on rail expansion and it involves expanding lines in DeKalb County.

Interior Secretary's review recommends shrinking at least four national monuments including Bears Ears

This panorama from the top of Bridger Jack Butte shows part of Indian Creek's classic landscape that is currently protected by the 1.35-million-acre Bears Ears National Monument. Recent reports indicate that Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has recommended President Donald Trump shrink Bears Ears and other national monuments. Show More Summary

Sit-Down Indian Fare Heads to Cherry Creek

Zaika co-owner has a new venture on his hands The Zaika family of restaurants adds to its Indian food universe with a new location in Cherry Creek. Owner Eddie Ganesh plans to open Mehak India’s Aroma in a 2,800-square-foot space atShow More Summary

Indian Creek Serial Killer – Suspected killer in custody – Frederick Demond Scott; Charged with 2 of the 5 murders so far

Victims John Palmer, 54 [8/19/2016] David Lenox, 67 [2/27/2017] Timothy Rice, 57 [4/4/2017] Mike Darby, 61 [5/18/2017] Steven Gibbons, 57 [8/15/2017] John W. Palmer obituary David Lee Lenox obituary Michael K. Darby obituary Steven “Gibby” Gibbons obituary Body of 55-year-old man found near walking trail at Bannister and Lydia Police identify man found dead Monday […]

CAUGHT: Kansas City’s Indian Creek Serial Murderer Nabbed After Killing 5th Victim….

CAUGHT: Kansas City’s Indian Creek Serial Murderer Nabbed After Killing 5th Victim.

Interior Secretary concludes review of national monuments but details have yet to be released

The world-class climbing destination of Indian Creek, Utah, is part of Bears Ears National Monument, an area that is culturally significant for at least five Native American tribes. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has suggested the possibility...Show More Summary

Julio Iglesias Hangs $150 Million Price Tag on Four Vacant Lots on Miami’s Ultra Exclusive Indian Creek Island

SELLER: Julio Iglesias LOCATION: Indian Creek Island, Miami, FL PRICE: $150,000,000 SIZE: Four contiguous and vacant waterfront parcels that together span 7.3 acres YOUR MAMA’S NOTES: Spanish crooner Julio Iglesias, one of the world’s...Show More Summary

Missouri police release new video that could reveal more information on man’s murder

7 months agoLifestyle / Fashion : AOL: Style

KANSAS CITY, Missouri (WDAF) -- Police in Kansas City just released a video they hope will help them solve the murder of Mike Darby, who was killed while walking on Indian Creek Trail in May. Read morenking Blogs | Comments

SAOTA’s Miami Beach Home Is the Ultimate Tropical Paradise

Cape Town-based architectural firm SAOTA have designed a truly luxurious beachside home resting in between the Indian Creek Canal and Pine Tree Drive in Miami’s famed Collin’s Waterfront district. Per SAOTA, “The building is conceived...Show More Summary

Tiger Woods had no alcohol in system when he was arrested, police say

Woods, 41, was arrested for DUI around 3 a.m. Monday on Military Trail, just south of Indian Creek Parkway.

Tiger Woods arrested early Monday on DUI charges in Florida

8 months agoSports / Golf : Devil Ball Golf

Tiger Woods was arrested early Monday on charges of DUI, or driving under the influence, near his Jupiter, Florida, home. Woods was taken into custody at approximately 3 a.m. on Military Trail, south of Indian Creek Parkway, and was booked at approximately 7:15 a.m. Show More Summary

Trump signs executive order to review Bears Ears and all national monuments designated in the last 21 years

North Six Shooter towers over the valley of Indian Creek, Utah. Just east of Canyonlands National Park, this area is now included in Bears Ears National Monument, which was designated by former President Barack Obama on December 28, 2016. Show More Summary

Good news and bad news for public land, and an in-depth look at the politics surrounding Bears Ears National Monument

Nathan Martinez and Steve Dilk sit atop North Six Shooter in Indian Creek, Utah, in 2013. The area is now included in Bears Ears National Monument. Canyonlands National Park is in the background. [Photo] Derek Franz April is likely to be a pivotal month for looming questions about the future of Bears Ears National Monument. Show More Summary

Outdoor Brands Boycott Outdoor Retailer Trade Show in Protest

Utah Governor Gary Herbert signed a resolution on February 3 urging President Trump to rescind the newly protected Bears Ears National Monument, putting access to outdoor recreation, including climbing at Indian Creek, Valley of the Gods, Arch Canyon, and Lockhart Basin, in question. Four days... Continue reading

Arc'teryx, Ibex and Polartec join Patagonia's movement to pressure Utah over Bears Ears

A climber nears the top of Rim Shot (5.11-, 400') on Bridger Jack Butte, Indian Creek, Utah. The area is included in the new Bears Ears National Monument, which Utah lawmakers are asking President Donald Trump to rescind. [Photo] Derek...Show More Summary

Bears Ears, federal lands and the new US administration

Looking east from the summit of North Six Shooter in Indian Creek, Utah, provides a glimpse of the 1.35-million-acre Bears Ears National Monument. South Six Shooter is in the foreground and Bridger Jack Butte and pinnacles are in the middle ground. Show More Summary

Ellis Island South: Welcome to the most diverse square mile in America

Downtown Clarkston in DeKalb County extends westward from Rowland Street to Indian Creek Drive, with the old Georgia Railroad line running in between—a total of just three city blocks, give or take. And yet there may be no place in the country as kaleidoscopically, vibrantly, viscerally diverse.

Why Were My Freedmen Ancestors Split Between Tribes?

Dear Professor Gates: My ancestor Billy Postoak (aka Taylor and possibly Perryman) was born about 1820 in Alabama and was a slave of Taylor Postoak (Creek Indian). He married a Lizzie Smith and they had a son named Isaac Nivens (born about 1840-1842) in Alabama. A slave schedule shows Isaac was a slave of Cherokee Indian John […]

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