From July 5, 1976, here is part 1 of 3 of the ABC Evening News with Harry Reasoner. I thought it might be cool to see what was going on during America's Bicentennial. Included is some footage of Jimmy Carter on the campaign trail to the Presidency. This does include all original commercials!!
Beer Barrel Polka at Miller Park in Milwaukee.
Jim Cornelison, renowned for his stirring rendition of “The Star-Spangled Banner” at Chicago Blackhawks’ home games, sang “Back Home Again In Indiana” before the start of the 101st Running of the Indianapolis 500 presented by PennGrade Motor Oil on Sunday, May 28 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Northridge football had its managers sanitizing the workout stations as groups rotated between them.
Teams are not allowed to huddle in a big group right now due to COVID-19 concerns.
Players tried to maintain social distancing while working out Monday.
Beacon Medical Group's Dr. Scott Eschowsky talks with Beacon Communications, Media and Content Strategist Heidi Prescott about allergies vs. COVID-19, Lyme disease and staying safe this summer.
This Week's Circulars
STUART, Fla. [mdash] After an extended illness, Deb passed away in Stuart, Florida. Private services are planned in Florida.
- POLICE NEWS: Teen thrown from vehicle in crash, seriously injured
- CDC team arrives in Elkhart County to analyze COVID-19 spread
- NOTRE DAME FOOTBALL: Beth Holtz wife of former coach Lou Holtz dies
- Goshen nonprofit proposes new homeless shelter for the city
- Reopening plans announced by several local school corporations
- Goshen City Council adopts resolution affirming support for city police and commitment to anti-racism
- Company apologizes for discrimination against Latinos at Goshen COVID-19 testing site
- AFTERNOON UPDATE: Elkhart County reports five COVID-19 deaths
- As COVID-19 deaths, cases mount, county health official says, 'We still have a problem. It's real'
- Goshen man set to sell 11,000 Sammy Sosa rookie cards