This Week In History 6/1/2014

1418 Death of Katherine of Lancaster, wife of Henry III of Castile 1535 Birth of Pope Leo XI (d. 1605) 1567 Death of Shane O’Neill, Irish chieftain 1581 Death of James Douglas, 4th Earl of Morton, regent of Scotland 1615 First RTcollet missionaries arrive at Quebec City, from Rouen, France. 1693 Death of John Wildman, English soldier and politician 1701...

Happy 49th Birthday – KTKK AM630 – KTALK!!!!

Monday May 5th – KTKK AM630 “K-TALK” will be 49 years old. KTALK is the 3rd oldest talk radio station in the country!!!!!! Listen live via KTKK AM630 or the web at www.k-talk.com all day Monday, some of the Salt Lake City radio talent of years past and present will be on the...

DNA Sequences Can Trace Your Ancestors to Within 30 Miles

DNA Sequences Can Trace Your Ancestors to Within 30 Miles.

US to unleash IRS on Russian banks

The United States is deploying an economic weapon against Russia that could prove to be more costly than sanctions: the Internal Revenue Service. As the U.S. attempts to punish Russia for its actions in Ukraine, the Treasury Department plans to start using a new tax law to make it more expensive for Russian banks to do business in the U.S. Congress passed the...

This Week In History May 5th

1028 Alfonso V King of Le=n/Galicia (999-1028), dies in battle. 1028 Death of King Alfonso V of Castile, Le=n, and Galicia 1192 Death of Duke Ottokar IV of Styria (b. 1163) 1194 Death of King Casimir II of Poland (b. 1138) 1194 Kazimierz II the Justified, grand duke of Poland (1177-94), dies. 1210 Birth of King Afonso III of Portugal (d. 1279) 1219 Death of King...