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Matt Moniz and his dad, Mike, needed just six weeks and a day to climb to the highest point in every U.S. state. That’s faster than anyone in history. I’m
Captain America and Eagle Scouts: Both wear uniforms, and of course they’re both patriotic and brave. But recently I learned the shield-toting Avenger has even more
On the bottom of the world right now, Eagle Scout Alex Houston is having an experience that tops all others. I already introduced you to Alex and told you about his time in
Well, he made it. After enduring the 30-hour, 6,680-mile, three-flight trip from Lawrence, Kan., to Ushuaia, Argentina, Eagle Scout Alex Houston already has plenty of
Alex, you’re not in Kansas anymore. Alex Houston, an Eagle Scout from Lawrence, Kan., is leaving today on an international expedition to Antarctica. He was selected
Submissions for the Class of 2013 Eagle Scout Yearbook will conclude on July 3, 2014.
They say once you’re an Eagle Scout, you’re one for life. For Eagle Scout Dennis Pitta, the same may be true about being a Baltimore Raven. The Super Bowl-winning
As teenagers, they received red, white and blue Eagle Scout medals. This morning, clad in the red, white and blue of Team USA, Steven Holcomb and Chris Fogt got bronze
A Scout is brave, but what Lawrence D. Sellers did on Jan. 29, 2013, was something beyond bravery. The Chicago Area Council Eagle Scout was shot in the leg while shielding
In 2010, Eagle Scout Steven Holcomb won Team USA’s first medal in four-man bobsled in 62 years, driving the United States to gold. Yesterday, he ended another 62-year
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