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Cemetery care a fading family affair
GIBSON COUNTY—Miles out in the southwestern recesses of rural Owensville sits the Oak Hill Cemetery. For more than a century, family members have laid their loved ones to rest here and have been buried along side them. Published: 9/19/2014

Cemeteries are Alive… With Wildlife
Cemeteries are typically associated with death, but life abounds among the gravestones. As the growth of cities and farms across the United States has encroached on fields and woodlands, graveyards have become a refuge for some of the animals pushed out of those wild spaces. Seth Magle, who directs the Urban Wildlife Institute in Chicago, suspects that most of the species that are found in ... Published: 9/18/2014

The New Urban Cemetery
The idea that each of us would get our own little slice of a vast green lawn is an idea that didn't fully take hold in the United States until the early 1800s. Others have proposed vertical cemeteries—rather than having bodies lay on their back, these would have them slotted into the ground feet first. Published: 9/9/2014

Farmers Branch’s ‘Encounters from the Past’ interactive cemetery tours return
Farmers Branch Historical Park Museum Educator Danielle Brissettee and R.L. Turner High School theater students will help bring Keenan Cemetery to live on Sept. 20. Published: 9/12/2014

Land for cemetery snapped up
A $30 million proposal from the not-for-profit Catholic Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust (CMCT) to build a new 113-hectare cemetery near Campbelltown at Varroville has been unanimously supported by the Joint Regional Planning Panel. Published: 9/16/2014

Cemetery Urns Recovered in Manitowoc
Manitowoc police are looking for the owners of 21 bronze cemetery urns that a woman intended to sell as scrap metal. Published: 9/19/2014

Federal Eye: ‘Sammie’ awards: Meet the VA official expanding the national cemetery system
Ronald Walters, the highest-ranking official with the National Cemetery Administration, is a finalist for a prestigious management award. Published: 9/18/2014

Last Modified: 9/21/2014