Whether you enjoy shopping, dining, entertainment, nightlife, museums, spas, golf, casino gaming or a dry, desert climate, Las Vegas is your place.Walt Disney's grand dream of a world of fantasy has come true in Orlando.Just south of Astoria is Lewis and Clark’s Fort Clatsop, where it is easy to picture yourself back in time over 200 years ago when America’s most famous explorers spent the winter here.Walk through the full size re-creation of the explorer’s fort and you’ll see their charts laid out on the candlelit desk and smell the smoke from the fires that kept the chill off during the dank, dark and wet winter or 1806.A private party is offering a 0 reward to anyone with information that will lead to the recovery of those windows and the prosecution of the criminals.
With more than 35 million visitors a year, Las Vegas is the "Entertainment Capital of the World" and has something for everyone.Two stained glass windows were taken from their frames in a National Register listed building that was the former home of the Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth, a group of Catholic nuns that came to Butte to establish Saint James Hospital in 1881. Two panels like this, dating to 1899, were taken from Butte's Mountain View Methodist Church about 1980. BSB offered the property to interested developers after Butte Citizens for Preservation and Revitalization (Butte CPR) mounted a high-profile campaign to halt demolition, but the campaign was unsuccessful although it did raise awareness of the value of ALL historic properties in Butte.If you have information about them, please contact law enforcement authorities. In 1917, a two-story commercial building was erected at the corner of East Park and Wyoming streets.The second floor was likely a fraternal hall for those of Greek descent-- no commercial businesses are listed there through years of city directories, but a Sanborn fire map shows "Greek Cafe 2nd floor" in bold letters. Declared surplus property by the Butte School Board in September, 2006, this 32,703-square-foot structure sits on about 2 acres of land.The central core of the building was erected in 1917, with wings added in the 1950s and 1960s.Associate Professor Mining Geology (MG) 213F (406) 496-4859 E-mail Larry Smith » Most of my work centers on stratigraphy, sedimentology, Quaternary geology, subsurface and surface geologic mapping, and petroleum geology.