LITTLE FALLS - Amory B. Lovins and L. Hunter Lovins, co-founders of Rocky Mountain Institute, Old Snowmass, Colo., have been chosen to receive the 1999 Lindbergh Award for their achievements in energy and environmental practice and policy over the past three decades.
LITTLE FALLS - Charles Lindbergh's hometown is pulling out all the stops next week to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the famous aviator's history-making transatlantic flight.
LITTLE FALLS - Children paused on Little Falls city streets, straddling bikes on a warm summer day and shielding their eyes in the sun as they watched the five planes circle overhead.
LITTLE FALLS - The Little Falls community and schools, together with The Charles A. and Anne Morrow Lindbergh Foundation, will host a two-day program of educational and community activities Monday, Nov. 8, and Tuesday, Nov. 9.
LITTLE FALLS - The Charles A. and Anne Morrow Lindbergh Foundation and the community and schools of Little Falls announce plans for a two-day program of educational and community activities to celebrate an historic milestone - "150 Years of Commerce, Education and Community" in Little Falls.
It was May 20, 1927, when a 25-year-old by the name of Charles A. Lindbergh slipped into the seat of his small plane emblazoned with the words "Spirit of St. Louis."
LITTLE FALLS - To commemorate Charles A. Lindbergh's Pan-Atlantic flight, a Spirit of St. Louis replica landed at 2:03 p.m. Saturday at the Little Falls-Morrison County Airport.
LITTLE FALLS - A lot has been said since mid-May when the Minnesota Historical Society dropped the bomb that the Charles Lindbergh Center and Boyhood Home in Little Falls was on a list of three attractions on the chopping block by July 1 due to projected budget cuts. The MHS maintains the Lindbergh Center has the lowest attendance based on figures from the last couple of years.
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