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RIDGECREST, Calif., Feb. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Inyokern resident June Adams once traveled the world with her husband, Jerry; now she struggles with a chronic lung disease.
An 85-year-old Pennsylvania woman said the man who stole her electric scooter told her he was taking it for an oil change and other repairs. Betty Keefer, 85, said the man showed up at her Greensburg, Penn., home March 11, said he was taking the black Sonic Pride scooter for repairs and promised to return the item within a week, WTAE-TV, Pittsburgh, reported Thursday. Keefer said she was somewhat suspicious of the man's claims but allowed him to take the scooter anyway. I had an idea he'd try...
A 90-year-old man who was rescued after driving his 8 mph mobility scooter onto a 70 mph English road said he took a wrong turn on his way to buy a newspaper. Stanley Murphy, 90, said he was on his way to purchase a newspaper when he took a wrong turn and ended up in the slow lane of the A27 road in Shoreham, England, The Daily Telegraph reported Friday. I went out to get a paper and took a wrong turning, Murphy said.
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By RONALD BLUM By Ronald Blum Associated Press As baseball said farewell to Yankee Stadium, one of the game's most beloved players stood beneath the stands in a full vintage uniform. Now 83, the man who coined the phrase "it ain't over till it's over" put his own stamp on the day.
Even Yogi Berra knew this was the end. As baseball said farewell to Yankee Stadium, one of the game's most beloved players stood beneath the stands in a full vintage uniform.
Scooter Kids, LLC announced that Sean Catherine Derek, acclaimed writer for various films, has partnered with the company to write the movie script for "The Adventures of Scooter McDoogal." The movie will be based on the comic book series that follows the adventures of Scooter and his friends as they travel through space and time to explore geography, history, science and the arts.
By CHARLEY SEAVEY How, one wonders, does a 66-year-old retired librarian wind up on something that looks like a small Harley-Davidson? Well you might ask.
- totally perplexed and mixed up.