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... — Happy Birthday, Texas! On this day in 1836, Texas declared their independence from Mexico and declared themselves a Republic. To commemorate this grand occasion of one of the best state's--...
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John Shearer: Selma Participant Viola G. Liuzzo Was A Former Chattanoogan From March 6-8, the nation’s eyes will focus again on Selma, Ala., as various events commemorating the 50th anniversary of...
2015/03/02 20:59
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The United Daughters of the Confederacy, Jefferson Davis Chapter # 900 will have a special guest speaker at their monthly meeting on March 14, at 11 a.m. at the Kinser Church of God. The church is...
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The United Daughters of the Confederacy, Jefferson Davis Chapter # 900 held its monthly meeting on Feb. 14, at the Kinser Church of God. The Chapter President, Marilyn Kinne called the meeting to...
2015/03/02 19:50
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KINSTON | They’re bringing out the big gun for the occasion — a cannon, that is, but it’s really a replica. The exhibit reconstructing the CSS Neuse’s casemate, including the cannon, plus exhibits...
2015/03/02 18:47
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The CSS Neuse II will host its first “Breakfast on the Boat” for 2015 Saturday. The Neuse II sits in dry dock at the corner of Herritage and Gordon streets. The CSS Neuse Foundation planned this...
2015/03/02 17:09
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A Hattiesburg resident wrote a novel focusing on the controversy behind the Mississippi flag. Hattiesburg author, Jason Beverly. HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) - A Hattiesburg author has penned his first...
2015/03/02 16:08
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Today is Friday, March 13, the 72nd day of 2015. There are 293 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On March 13, 1865, Confederate President Jefferson Davis signed a measure allowing...
2015/03/02 13:19
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The Civil War officially ended 150 years ago, but a new battle front has opened up in Tallahassee. Lawmakers may have to decide if Confederate soldiers can be inducted into the state’s Veterans Hall...
2015/03/02 08:57
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Do your homework I am curious as to how many times Sallye Martin will be permitted to continue her little quips without a response. I made an unsuccessful attempt to comment on her recent letter...
2015/03/02 05:49
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During a presentation Saturday at the Buckeye Library in York Township, historian Kathy Kraus holds up a ball of yarn as she talks about how patterns on quilts were used to help signal escaped slaves....
2015/03/02 02:59
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Solution to puzzle 11330 7 Sacrifice supporting self-esteem (6) 8 Card game played alone, continuously going over top of pack (8) 9 Hopeful because detective gets call (8) 10 Blissful events...
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On March 2, 1867, North Carolinians found themselves completely under the control of the federal government. It was called “Reconstruction,” the ultimate price for losing the Civil War. All at once...
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Calgary’s Roman Catholic school system has committed a terrible wrong. It imposed disciplinary action against two students for something that happened off school property at an event that had nothing...
2015/03/01 20:58
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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va (WVIR) - Charlottesville City Council is one vote away from ending the city's observance of a state holiday that honors two Confederate States Army generals. Councilors are...
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When a group of activists pushing legislation that would allow them to openly carry firearms refused to leave the office of Democratic Rep. Alfonso “Poncho” Nevárez, the lawmaker had one thought:...
2015/03/01 15:41
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This is a news release from the University of Southern Mississippi The College of Arts and Letters at The University of Southern Mississippi celebrates Black History not just in February, but also...
2015/03/01 15:38
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A 30-foot Bracken’s brown beauty Southern magnolia tree died in downtown Anderson square with the weight of February’s ice storm. A magnolia grandiflora, the variety of tree mortally wounded, was a...
2015/03/01 13:19
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Fifty years ago, when future congressman John Lewis attempted to lead 600 peaceful protesters out of Selma, Ala., across the Edmund Pettus Bridge, they were met with tear gas, nightsticks and horses’...
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GREENWOOD, S.C. -- It was a noble gesture intended to salve the wounds of this former mill town's segregated past. Mayor Welborn Adams and the local American Legion raised $15,000 for new plaques on...
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