The River Thames has a storied history. Stretching 215 miles from Kemble to Southend, it is the longest river in England. Archaeological evidence suggests that humans were living along its shores in Neolithic times. Around the dawn of the Common Era, ancient Romans navigated its waters and constructed fortifications nearby. Nine hundred years later, Vikings from Scandinavia sailed up the Thames, leaving destruction in their wake. In the 1700s, the river served as a major hub for the thriving British Empire.
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SPEARFISH — Safety often marks the difference between a successful ice-fishing trip and one that ends in tragedy.
RAPID CITY — An historic $1.5 million has been donated to Meals on Wheels Western South Dakota.
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. (AP) — Cooking chickens in a Yellowstone hot spring landed three people in hot water.
BELLE FOURCHE –– The city of Belle Fourche is asking area residents to utilize the proper chain of command when it comes to alerting the city …