Thursday, May 16, 2013 | Categories: Features
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All the residents of the Adirondack town of Thurman want to do is put their mountain on a map. But it turns out the town has inadvertently picked a fight with the a little known government department called the 'Domestic Names Committee of the U.S. Board on Geographic Names.' Carol spoke with the town supervisor in Thurman, New York.
And then, back in March, we told you about district in the U.K. which had reversed a decision to drop the apostrophe from its street signs. Carol spoke to John Richards, who is founder of the Apostrophe Protection Society.