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Chemical identified in Friday’s HAZMAT incident

Monday, January 24, 2022 1:00 a.m. An incident involving p-cresol led to the evacuation of the Dr. Dane A. Miller Science Complex on the campus of Grace College & Seminary on Friday. Photo by David Slone, Times Union. WINONA LAKE – The hazardous material that prompted the evacuation of the …

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Sand Building Road talks turn to association

Alna will ask his lawyer to work with the outskirts of town along Sand Building Road, to form a road association that will include the town. The decision by Selectmen on Friday evening January 21 was aimed at solving the problem of road maintenance, which has been going on for …

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Velma Jean Johnson – Mississippi’s Best Community Newspaper

January 31, 1958 – January 17, 2022 NATCHEZ – The funeral of Velma Jean Johnson, 63, of Natchez, who died on Monday, January 17, 2022, will be held on Wednesday, January 26, 2022 at 11 a.m. at the George F. West, Sr. Memorial Chapel (West Gate Funeral Home) with Pastor …

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Newspaper headlines: APC could distribute the seat of the presidency in the center-north

The political permutations of the February 26 national convention of the All Progressives Congress (APC) have made headlines in Nigerian newspapers. The Punch reports that the APC could zone its presidency seat in the center-north. Senate Speaker Ahmad Lawan said the National Assembly will forward the amended electoral bill to …

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City and schools considering return of ORS

Wiscasset Police Chief Larry Hesseltine told the Wiscasset newspaper on Friday that he was pleased the school department provided two-year funding for a school resource officer. He hopes to get an ORS back into schools as soon as possible, and residents come to see its value so they support its …

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Men’s basketball dominates Blair in blowout win

Story by Charlotte DeklePersonal editor picture by Erin LeePersonal photographer Men’s basketball triumphed over the Blair Vikings 88-45 in their second league game on Friday, January 14. A combination of strong offense and an ability to match Blair’s intensity catapulted them to a high score victory. From the start of …

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Newspaper headlines: Ibadan raised Obas to be great leaders again

Questions about the presidential ticket zoning of the two major political parties in Nigeria dominated the front pages of Nigerian newspapers. The Punch reports that members of the Amotekun group are combing the southwest forests to flee from the northwest terrorists. Dave Umahi, Governor of Ebonyi, said the Igbo people …

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Newspaper tricked into using Hasbulla’s photo in photo section

A UK newspaper was brought in to publish a photo of Hasbulla Magomedov in an article about children enjoying the snow. The viral star – believed to have some form of dwarfism – has grown hugely popular on social media platforms, but it is clear that staff at a local …

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Top Headlines of Today’s Nigerian Newspapers, Monday January 10, 2022

Hello Nigeria, welcome to Naija News’ summary of the top newspaper headlines in Nigeria for today Monday January 10, 2022. According to The punchThe National Primary Health Care Development Agency urged state governments to step up mass vaccination against COVID-19 as part of measures to combat the virus. The agency, …

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New year, same old games

Legislatively speaking By Senator Lena C. Taylor Lena C. Taylor I entered the New Year with renewed optimism. As a plan to lose weight, I began to mentally plan for the best that I could do. I reviewed what I needed to lose, but more importantly, what was keeping me …

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From the newsroom: write a letter to the editor, more state information, and more local information

We’ll be presenting state news from a new digital newsroom run by trusted journalists – a move that gives us more time to focus our efforts locally in the new year – tips for writing a letter to the editor as the political season heats up, and more in this …

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“When communication comes from peers, it has a lot more power”: Quad-Cities high school discusses the importance and challenges of high school journalism

By Alyce Brown Click here for updates on this story BETTENDORF, Iowa (Schedules of the four cities) – Local journalism has long been presented as an important part of every community, seen as an integral part of proper functioning and accountability. High schools are a place where local journalism cannot …

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The Salvation Army takes on the challenge of the Creighton family

Sunday, January 2, 2022 5:56 PM The Salvation Army raised money to reach the Creighton Family Challenge during the bell on December 11-18.The challenge was to match $ 10,000 and the Kettles raised $ 10,803.23. This was the second annual Creighton Family Challenge that helps serve others not only at …

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Tribute to a “dynamic and enthusiastic” newspaper editor who died in Australia

Tributes were paid to a newspaper editor who died after a long illness at the age of 81. Mike Broderick joined the North Wales Weekly News in the 1970s when he was independent. He ended his career as Managing Director of North Wales Independent Press in 1998. READ MORE: Tributes …

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Getting to Know Your Community Newspaper | Hours of the Rio Blanco Herald

ONCE UPON A TIME … In 1884, HT founder James Lyttle traveled from Leadville to Red Cliff by train, then from Flat Tops to Meeker on horseback. | STAFF PHOTO HT The first newspaper of what would later become Rio Blanco County was born in Meeker, Colorado on August 15, …

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Rita C. Ketchum-Chubbuck | Wiscasset Journal

Rita C. Ketchum-Chubbuck, 92, of Montsweag Valley Road, Wiscasset died on December 26, 2021 at Miles Memorial Hospital in Damariscotta. She was born in Bath on January 21, 1929, daughter of Lorenzo and Dora L. (Ouellette) Collins. She graduated from Morse High School in the class of 1946 and went …

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PBSO Updates Royal Palm Council on Assistant Body Cameras

PBSO Captain Ulrich Naujoks recently updated Royal Palm Beach Village Council on the status of body-worn cameras for deputies in the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office. “In July of last year, support teams met with seven different vendors to look at what they had to offer and what kind of …

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Judge upholds ruling against NYT over Project Veritas memos

NEW YORK –A New York judge upheld an order preventing The New York Times from publishing documents between conservative group Project Veritas and its lawyer and ruled that the newspaper must immediately waive confidential legal notes it obtained. Westchester County State Supreme Court Justice Charles D. Wood on Thursday, released …

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Shame on this newspaper | AspenTimes.com

The following letter concerns a paid statement published on December 22 on page A15 of The Aspen Times. First, to The Aspen Times editorial staff: How in the name of God did you even print this hyperbolic screed? Do you approve of the ingestion by your readers of hydrochloroquine, ivermectin …

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Grateful for our community this holiday season

The holidays are here again. After two difficult years, I find myself appreciating all that this season has to offer even more deeply. Holidays are a time to give back to others, to ask for help if you need it, and to reflect on things in life, no matter how …

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Chinese tennis player Peng Shuai denies sexual assault allegations

Peng Shuai, the Chinese tennis star whose account of sexual coercion by a former Communist Party leader sparked weeks of tension and galvanized calls to boycott the Beijing Winter Olympics, has denied her claim she had been sexually assaulted by the grievor. Ms. Peng made the comments in an interview …

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Andy Brack: How Helping Your Local Newspaper Helps Democracy | Guest column

Your local newspaper, especially those published weekly, is under siege. And in the process, our democracy too. Newspapers are finding it increasingly difficult to keep publishing each week. Since 2004, more than 1,800 local newspapers have gone dark, including several in South Carolina during the COVID-19 pandemic. And since 2004, …

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Auditor: Wiscasset schools are financially “solid”

Auditor Ron Smith of RHR Smith & Company gave the Wiscasset School Department high marks on December 14. Speaking to the school committee, Smith said the department’s deferral balance fell from $ 1.4 million in 2019 to about $ 1.3 million in 2020. “The good news is you have forecast …

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Note to media: Printing issues arise for several Vermont newspapers

Click to enlarge File: CALEB KENNA © ️ Seven days The headquarters of the Rutland Herald Printing problems cause chaos in the Argus timetable and Herald of Rutland newspapers, delaying home deliveries and annoying readers who expect to receive the newspaper at the same time each day. “Our newspapers did …

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19th-century Maine captain ran the only newspaper published at sea

PORTLAND, Maine – Captain Edward Payson Nichols of Searsport raised the telescope to his eye. Nichols could barely make out a small vessel about two miles away, drifting in the Atlantic Ocean, just south of the equator. He could see that the lifeboat the size of a lifeboat had an …

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Aaron Sorkin Condemns Jeremy Strong’s “Distorted” New York Profile, Newspaper Responds

Aaron Sorkin condemned a recent profile of Jeremy Strong in The New Yorker, saying it paints a “distorted” image of the actor. Written by journalist Michael Schulman, the feature film entitled “On Succession, Jeremy Strong does not understand the joke” was released on December 6. It includes quotes from Strong’s …

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Editor’s column: Managing a newspaper is unique and often misunderstood

The inner workings of newspapers, especially small community newspapers, are a mystery to many people. For example, some residents are confused about the differences between publishers and publishers. For the record, I was editor-in-chief of Whidbey News-Times, the South Whidbey Record and Whidbey crosswind for many years. I assign articles …

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Pssst: Here is a journal tip

The couple and their two children had just enjoyed a good meal at a local Mexican restaurant. The children doused their spicy delicacies with soft drinks; adults avoided beer or margaritas, opting for good old H2O instead. Everyone had a good time. When the check arrived – let’s call it …

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Newspaper finds delays in fire inspection plan

LAS VEGAS (AP) – A Las Vegas rental property inspection program, which was launched in response to the deadliest residential fire in city history, got off to a slow start, with visits to only two of 36 potentially risky complexes, a newspaper found. City lawmakers last April allowed code inspections …

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A different Brian Williams, a high school newspaper, the latest “Jeopardy!” steamroller and more. – Poynter

Here is my Poynter Power Rankings: a look at those people, places and things that have had a big impact on the media. They were the movers, shakers and influencers of the week. Just when we thought it was safe to return to our lives, we got slapped in the …

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Who is Ethan Crumbley? Oxford shooting suspect featured in newspaper for school project

OAKLAND COUNTY, MICHIGAN: The November 30 shooting at Oxford High School that left three dead and eight injured shocked and devastated people. Officials say the gunman – who has been identified as Ethan Crumbley, 15 – opened fire inside the campus just before 1 p.m., killing 16-year-old Tate Myre; Hanna …

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New Covid Danger – Journal

DESPITE a palpable feeling that the world is returning to ‘normal’, the emergence of a new variant of Covid-19 has begun to threaten global health and economies once again. Dubbed the Omicron variant, the new virus mutation was first detected in South Africa and is said to have an “unprecedented …

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The latest threat to northern journalism

ALBANY – It’s hard to determine which obnoxious creature most resembles Alden Global Capital. Ticks, leeches and other leeches are usually too small to cause the wreckage that the secret hedge fund is infamous for. They are more often a nuisance than a killer. A vulture ? Of course, we’ve …

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30% off the British Newspaper Archive Black Friday 2021 special

Sponsored editorial The British Library’s collection of historical journals is one of the wonders of the world: it contains journals from 1603 to the present day. There are bound volumes of newspapers spanning 20 miles of shelving and over 300,000 reels of microfilm. Until now the only way to view …

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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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Update November 5: Midcoast Adds 61 New COVID-19 Cases

AUGUSTA – The Maine CDC has updated its list of COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths in the state of Maine. The Maine CDC conducts case investigations and contact tracing Monday through Friday. As a result, data on COVID-19 cases will be updated Tuesday through Saturday. Case data will not be …

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Wayne H. Keene | Wiscasset Journal

Wayne Hartung Keene died on October 28, 2021 in Boothbay Harbor, Maine, surrounded by his family. The son of Murray Calhoun Keene and Evelyn Amelia Hartung Keene, he was born in Boothbay Harbor on April 29, 1937. He attended K-12 classes in Boothbay Harbor and won the Mathematics Cup when …

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Banks start deducting loans from chronic debtors’ accounts

The aftermath of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) national convention dominated the cover pages of Nigerian newspapers. Advertising The Punch reports that Nigeria lost 898.93 billion naira to vandalism and theft of pipelines in nine months. The newspaper says banks have started deducting loans from chronic debtors’ accounts. Daily Independent …

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News in brief – Journal – DAWN.COM

Hoffenheim puts an end to the victorious race of Hertha SINSHEIM: Hoffenheim put an end to Hertha Berlin’s short resurgence in the Bundesliga on Friday with a 2-0 victory over the visiting team. First-half goals from Andrej Kramaric and Sebastian Rudy propelled Hoffenheim to seventh ahead of the remainder of …

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Nevada lawmakers prepare to redraw the political maps

By Sam Metz, Associated Press / Report for America Thursday, October 28, 2021 | 2 a.m CARSON CITY – A group of Nevada lawmakers traveling the state to engage the public in the decade-long redistribution process face a series of questions about race, partisanship and rural-urban divisions as they are …

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Man shot dead, police officer injured near campus

A 31-year-old man was shot dead by Philadelphia police one block from campus around 3:25 p.m. on October 26. He was pronounced dead on arrival at Lankenau Hospital. A 35-year-old Philadelphia police officer was also shot in the leg in the incident, which occurred at 5710 Overbrook Ave. The officer …

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LETTER: Support newspapers | Archives

Even before Halloween, you might be thinking about your Christmas gift list with information about additional supply chain delays. Well, why not gift your family and friends with a subscription to a local newspaper? The Sanford Herald might need help, as we often take our local professional journalists and editors …

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Person dies in Wabash County crash

Thursday, October 21, 2021 8:24 PM WABASH COUNTY – At approximately 10:19 a.m. Thursday, Indiana State Police and Wabash County Sheriff’s Department officers responded to a crash involving two vehicles on the Indian. 124 at America Road, in which a man from Wabash died. Preliminary crash investigation by Senior Private …

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Miami screens Iowa newspaper documentary ahead of premiere

The University of Miami’s Department of Media, Journalism and Film (MJF) joined the Department of History for a special screening of “Storm Lake” on Tuesday, October 19. The documentary, which is set to debut publicly next month, was co-directed by Beth Levison and Jerry Risius. It follows Art Cullen, a …

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“Printing Hate” details role of American newspapers in lynchings

American newspapers played a prominent role, from the Reconstruction until the 1960s, in promoting lynchings, massacres and other forms of racist hatred and violence. This legacy is documented in an ambitious new project, launched today, by 58 student journalists. Why is this important: Understanding the deliberate and involuntary roles played …

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Why is the newspaper pink? | Local News

Since 2014, the Herald-Standard published a pink Sunday newspaper in October to show support for breast cancer awareness. Today we re-emphasize the importance of research and recognize and commemorate those whose lives have been affected by breast cancer. According to the CDC, each year in the United States, more than …

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NFLPA leader Smith appreciates Gruden reaching out

Rick Scuteri / AP Raiders head coach Jon Gruden speaks on his helmet during the first half of an NFL football game against the Chicago Bears on Sunday, October 10, 2021, in Las Vegas. By Josh Dubow, Associated Press Monday, October 11, 2021 | 17:31 NFL Players Association frontman DeMaurice …

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Léonard E. Bélanger | Wiscasset Journal

Leonard E. Belanger, 98, of Augusta and Boothbay Harbor, died of natural causes on September 17, 2021 at St. Andrews Village in Boothbay Harbor. He was born in Patten on May 6, 1923. He was the last surviving son of Thomas L. and Edith (Michaud) Bélanger. He was educated at …

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Thomas G. VerKilen – Journal of the Tomahawk Leader

Thomas G. VerKilen, 72, of Tomahawk, died on Tuesday, September 28, 2021, in the care of his family and the Compassus Hospice. Tom was born January 26, 1949 in Marshfield, Wisconsin, to the late George and Dorothy (Moore) VerKilen. He married Patricia Kohlbeck on March 9, 1968; she survives. Tom …

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Missouri governor denies clemency to death row inmate

By Jim Salter, Associated Press Monday October 4, 2021 | 2:50 p.m. Missouri Governor Mike Parson on Monday refused to grant clemency to death row inmate Ernest Johnson, despite requests for clemency from the pope, two federal lawmakers and thousands of petitioners. Johnson, 61, was convicted of killing three convenience …

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Pennsylvania Newspaper Reach Unprecedented | Opinion

Our industry is $ 1.3 billion strong; our loyalty and commitment to the community endure. The Pennsylvania newspapers are a powerful force. Our mission today is no different from that of our predecessors: to provide essential, reliable news and information to taxpayers and residents so they can make informed decisions …

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UNLV football crumbles in frustrating loss at UTSA

Darren Abate / Associated Press UTSA’s Sincere McCormick (3) tries to escape UNLV’s Bryce Jackson, right, Jacoby Windmon, left, and Cameron Oliver in the first half of an NCAA football game on Saturday 2 October 2021 in San Antonio, Texas. Through Mike Grimala (contact) Saturday 2 October 2021 | 7:45 …

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We all lose when tyrants win

By Vicki Larson Saturday 2 October 2021 | 2 a.m I was on a plane last month for just the second time since the start of 2020, when everything stalled due to the pandemic. I was nervous. No catching COVID-19 from another passenger. The flight was found to be relatively …

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Civic-minded CTO buys 20 newspapers from Gannett

Another successful tech executive is making a foray from quarantine into newspaper publishing. I hope Jeremy Gulban, who last week bought 20 newspapers from Gannett in the Heart of America, will have at least some of the success Jeff Bezos has enjoyed since he bought the Washington Post in 2013. …

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Businesses can pay a fair share

By Tom Harper, Las Vegas Friday, October 1, 2021 | 2 a.m Senator Joe Manchin, DW.Va., recently expressed apprehension about supporting President Joe Biden’s $ 3.5 trillion budget proposal, fearing it would create a “legal mindset” among Americans in need – even though proposed legislation encourages transformative social and environmental …

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Down Taliban Road – Journal

It is not in Pakistan’s interest to go too far in defending the Taliban regime in Afghanistan to the international community. Countries around the world will not make up their minds on whether or not to extend formal recognition and legitimacy to the Taliban regime, whether or not to provide …

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