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Henderson Mayor March launches campaign for Lieutenant Governor

Steve marcus Henderson Mayor Debra March speaks during the construction milestone celebration at the Henderson Events Center construction site on Wednesday, October 28, 2020. The 6,000-person multi-purpose indoor events center places will be the arena of the Henderson Silver Knights. Through Jessica hill (contact) Wednesday 24 November 2021 | 4:29 …

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Alden Global Capital bids for another newspaper chain

Alden Global Capital, the New York hedge fund that bought Tribune Publishing this year, said on Monday it was bidding for another major American newspaper chain, Lee Enterprises, publisher of 90 dailies including The Buffalo News in New York City. , The Richmond Times -Virginian Expedition and The Omaha World-Herald …

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Goals and plans for 2022 on the horizon – Mississippi’s Best Community Newspaper

It’s hard to believe we’re about to enter the final weeks of 2021! Over the past few days, I’ve assessed the progress we’ve made towards renewing Natchez this year, and now I’m starting to look forward to the goals and plans we have on the horizon for 2022. With the …

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Wawasee kicks off NLC opening at Concord

Friday, November 19, 2021 11:59 PM DUNLAP – It was an opening conference and the atmosphere was electric.“It was a tough environment to play, but it’s Indiana high school basketball,” Wawasee coach Matt Carpenter said after his Warriors lost 47-41 in a game Northern Lakes Conference women’s basketball roundtrip at …

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Then and Now: Around this time, an editor of a Sudbury newspaper was convicted of instigating rebellion

Arvo (or Aaro) Vaara, editor-in-chief of the Sudbury-based Finnish-language newspaper Vapaus, was arrested and deported for, reportedly, not being sympathetic enough to the failing health of King George V In December 1928, Canadian newspapers ran front-page stories about the failing health of King George V. Then and now, many Canadians …

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The 12th “Gifts For Giving Holiday Show” returns to Studio 53

When Thanksgiving is two weeks away, we know the weather is about to speed up, and before you know it, it’s New Years Eve. Holiday shopping lists are being finalized and foxy shoppers are on the lookout for a good sale, but they are also looking for creative, original and …

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Turkish President Erdogan sues Greek newspaper

Turkish President Erdogan has filed a complaint against the Greek newspaper Dimokratia for a front page published last year. Credit: Turkish Presidency Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan lodged a complaint against the Greek newspaper Dimocracy, Where “Democracy”, In Ankara on Wednesday. The daily’s director, two editors and a journalist were …

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