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Trump shouldn't rush withdrawing troops, squandering what has been expensively won. In liberated towns, 'fragile stability' is taking hold: Our view... [Read More]
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Following on the heels of our weekend celebration of winter comes the annual point-in-time homeless count. [Read More]
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Pacific Gas & Electric Co.'s announcement last week that it will file for bankruptcy came as a surprise to some, but not most Californians. A Chapter 11 reorganization declaration also... [Read More]
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Gov. Kevin Stitt campaigned on accountability – making himself, and Oklahoma agencies, accountable to the taxpayers. He had a familiar refrain about running the state like a business, but he... [Read More]
Grand Forks Herald Herald editorial board The University of North Dakota is aptly named — it's a university that benefits North Dakota. It has unique specialties that provide value to the entire state,... [Read More]
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OUR VIEW: Surplus disappears when generally accepted accounting principles are used... [Read More]
As the government shutdown leaks into its fifth week, the impact continues to mount. [Read More]
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It's not surprising how quickly a fundraiser was organized to aid three Ector County Sheriff's Office deputies who were shot during a north Odessa gun battle on Monday night. [Read More]
High rates of disease outbreaks correlate with the state's easy immunization opt-outs. [Read More]
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Martin Luther King Jr., American minister: Martin Luther King Jr., was an American Baptist minister and activist who became the most visible spokesperson and leader in the civil rights movement from 1954 until his death in 1968.- WikipediaThe national holiday we'll observe on Monday is relatively new in the scheme of national holidays. The day is set aside to commemorate the Jan. 15 birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr., and was first observed on Jan. 20, 1986.King was assassinated on April 4,... [Read More]
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The deplorable situation regarding late or bounced paychecks for workers at the Ellwood City Medical Center just keeps getting more bizarre.The nearly 190 workers there finally received their Jan. 4 paychecks on Jan. 16, the ninth time since August that there have been reported payroll problems. Workers were left to wonder if the paychecks scheduled for Friday would arrive on time. They did – sort of.Instead of receiving the full payment due them, workers received a partial payment based... [Read More]
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Virginia legislators have introduced legislation to establish tolling gantries along the 325-mile route between Bristol and Winchester on I-81 in order to raise money to improve the road. Tolls would... [Read More]
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For the sake of the future of our flagship university, change the law and put Confederate monument in a museum. That's not a capitulation; it's the morally right thing to do. [Read More]
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Gov. Andrew Cuomo and his administration had their budget proposal spin machine operating at full speed last week when it came to claims about how this spending plan would help... [Read More]
There are many to connect with local law enforcement, and while some of those ways are not advisable, one excellent means of meeting an officer or two is through the... [Read More]
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If The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. were still alive — he would have turned 90 on Jan. 15 — would he think his dream of equality had come to fruition?That dream — that one day, his four children would "live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character" — was the crux of a now-beloved speech given during the March on Washington in August 1963 as King stood on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial.Who... [Read More]
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When Carol Folt became chancellor at UNC-Chapel Hill, she may have felt like someone who had just moved into a house that was on fire. [Read More]
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For many years in New Bedford, and elsewhere in Massachusetts, the charter school movement and traditional district public schools have been at war.Successful charter schools like Alma del Mar have pointed to the positive results they have achieved independent of district management. Their proponents have asked why not expand the number of charter schools in urban districts like New Bedford that consistently rank among the poorest performing in the state.Districts like New Bedford, on the other... [Read More]
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If his children and widow and others were correct all along, if Martin Luther King Jr. really was assassinated as the result of a plot involving the highest levels of the U.S. government, then a horrible conspiracy played out with precision and tragic success.Its presumed aim, however, "to remove... [Read More]
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