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POTEAU, Okla. (AP) — An Oklahoma man has been sentenced to more than a dozen years behind bars after he pleaded no contest in a case in which he was accused of illegally performing a surgery at a cabin in the woods. The Oklahoman reports that 54-year-old Bob Lee Allen had been set to go

ATHENS, Greece (AP) — Greek authorities have ordered outlying parts of a coastal resort town near Athens evacuated after a large wildfire broke out in the area. Media reports say the fire that began Monday night damaged a few houses on the outskirts of Nea Makri, some 30 kilometers (18 miles) northeast of the Greek

CAVE CITY, Ky. (AP) — Officials say the world’s longest cave system has added 8 miles to its length.  Mammoth Cave National Park said in a statement on Saturday that the additional mileage was mapped and documented by the Cave Research Foundation. The statement said that brings the total length of the cave system in

DETROIT (AP) — The beautification of Detroit’s Belle Isle park continues with the opening of a 2.5-acre perennial garden designed by Dutch horticulturist Piet Oudolf. A ribbon-cutting is scheduled Aug. 28 for Oudolf Garden Detroit outside the island’s carillon. The 985-acre state park, a few miles northeast of downtown, has been abuzz with improvements in

DEDZA, Malawi (AP) — The Peace Corps is beginning the process of returning its volunteers to countries across the globe, but how quickly that happens will depend on the pandemic. The U.S. government program is marking its 60th anniversary this year. But in March 2020, more than 7,000 volunteers were recalled from 62 countries. No