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Historic piece of Pecos park gets $4M facelift

Albuquerque Journal 09 May 2021
(Eddie Moore/Albuquerque Journal). Copyright © 2021 Albuquerque Journal ... It has some good, important, tangible history.” ... (Eddie Moore/Albuquerque Journal) ... (Eddie Moore/Albuquerque Journal) ... The museum portions of the building will focus on the history of the area from the time of the trading post’s construction to the mid-1900s, Latanich said.
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The Victoria Advocate continues to record history after 175 years

Victoria Advocate 09 May 2021
Today’s news is tomorrow’s history. The Victoria Advocate has been recording history for 175 years and it continues ... To me, it is a family business and mission-driven with a commitment to community journalism ... We reinforce ourselves to ensure that we serve communities through local professionally—written journalism.
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Santa Fe Trail’s 200 years of travel

Albuquerque Journal 09 May 2021
Copyright © 2021 Albuquerque Journal ... (Eddie Moore/Albuquerque Journal). “You can’t underestimate the value of the Santa Fe Trail,” said Paul Hutton, distinguished professor of history at the University of New Mexico ... (Eddie Moore/Albuquerque Journal) ... (Eddie Moore/Albuquerque Journal) ... (Eddie Moore/Albuquerque Journal).
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ANC eThekwini branches want Magashule reinstated immediately

Mail Guardian South Africa 09 May 2021
Thanks for enjoying the Mail & Guardian, we’re proud of our 36 year history, throughout which we have delivered to readers the most important, unbiased stories in South Africa. Good journalism costs, though, and right from our very first edition we’ve relied on reader subscriptions to protect our independence.
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ANC considers staff cuts, increasing membership fees to bolster finances

Mail Guardian South Africa 09 May 2021
Thanks for enjoying the Mail & Guardian, we’re proud of our 36 year history, throughout which we have delivered to readers the most important, unbiased stories in South Africa. Good journalism costs, though, and right from our very first edition we’ve relied on reader subscriptions to protect our independence.
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How rare is very rare? Your questions about blood clots – answered

Mail Guardian South Africa 09 May 2021
According to a report in the journal Stroke, the risk of developing blood clots as a result of Sars-CoV-2 infection is eight to 10 times higher than in the case of a Covid vaccine ... Good journalism costs, though, and right from our very first edition we’ve relied on reader subscriptions to protect our independence.
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Editorial: Biden too slow to solve jobless formula

Lamar Ledger 09 May 2021
The U.S ... “One step policy makers should take now is ending the $300 weekly supplemental unemployment benefit,” said Neil Bradley, Chamber executive vice president and chief policy officer told the Wall Street Journal ... History will take note of how the 46th president performed following the success, and some failures, of the 45th commander-in-chief.
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Older people are giving up hope of paying off their student loans before they die: ...

Business Insider 09 May 2021
When examining why his findings did not align with the government's profit expectations, Courtney found that Education Department budget officials weren't looking into borrowers' credit histories to estimate the likelihood that they would repay their loans, The Journal said.
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Concord Museum opens, taking a look at Downtown old and new

Independent Tribune 08 May 2021
To keep the community, especially students, involved in Cabarrus history, the museum took to social media, reminding people about the importance of oral and family documents, Executive Director Ashley Sedlak-Propst said ... And of March last year orders went out find ways to keep community engaged in local history how to keep a journal.
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‘W Cape, fix unplaced pupils crisis’

Mail Guardian South Africa 08 May 2021
It pains us to say it, but good journalism costs money to produce, and so we have to reserve some of our stories for Mail & Guardian subscribers with paid-for levels of access to the site only ... Good journalism costs, though, and right from our very first edition we’ve ...
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Archaeologists discover remains of 9 Neanderthals near Rome

Pittsburgh Tribune Review 08 May 2021
The Italian Culture Ministry announced the discovery Saturday, saying it confirmed that the Guattari Cave in San Felice Circeo was “one of the most significant places in the world for the history of Neanderthals.” A Neanderthal skull was discovered in the cave in 1939 ... Support Journalism Now >.
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She loved lost cities and the Roman Empire. But the classroom won out for Teacher ...

Winston-Salem Journal 08 May 2021
Lisa O’Donnell ... I never had my nose in a fiction book ... She's constantly moving ... Support Local Journalism ... PHOTOS ... Teacher ... Andrew Dye, Journal ... Andrew Dye, Journal ... Andrew Dye, Journal ... Jennifer Solis credits her love for history for fueling her interest in the Spanish language. Andrew Dye, Journal ... Andrew Dye, Journal ... Andrew Dye, Journal ... Andrew Dye, Journal.
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Frankie Meyer: Avoid research lags by using popular source index

The Joplin Globe 08 May 2021
When you hit a brick wall in family history research, try checking PERSI — the Periodical Source Index ... It links to 126,000 surnames and 2.7 million entries in 11,000 genealogy and local history newsletters, magazines and journals that were published by local, state, national and international societies and organizations between 1847-1985.
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Keber earns scholarships at Ohio University

The Crescent News 08 May 2021
The junior at OU is majoring in journalism strategic communication with minors in both history and classics and religious studies ... School of Journalism.
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ANC meeting mutes Magashule to discuss his suspension

Mail Guardian South Africa 08 May 2021
Thanks for enjoying the Mail & Guardian, we’re proud of our 36 year history, throughout which we have delivered to readers the most important, unbiased stories in South Africa. Good journalism costs, though, and right from our very first edition we’ve relied on reader subscriptions to protect our independence.
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