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To the editor: I have been in the County Commission chambers in the old Lee County Courthouse and I've had the pleasure of seeing the distinguished portrait of Confederate General Robert E. Lee there...
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Marin IJ Readers’ Forum for July 25
... correctness gone amok’ The lead headline in Sunday’s IJ, “Dixie district targeted again,” and its subhead, “Confederate flag furor rekindles name dispute,” rolls into the efforts of...
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As the rebel flag of Dixie disappears from prominent public flagstaffs, questions are being asked about other symbols of defiance. For example, is it appropriate to display statues of Confederate...
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Constable: Rebel Gen. Lee impersonator flies 2 fl...
The man proudly portraying Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee during this weekend's Civil War Days in Wauconda sometimes flies two flags at his home in Wheaton. One is "Old Glory." The other ticks off a...
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“The Confederate flag still flies overseas”: Endl...
This piece originally appeared on The Pentagon just can’t let go. In the wake of the Charleston Massacre, Amazon and Walmart have announced that they will no longer sell Confederate flag merchandise....
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State finds City of Ramer plagued by money misman...
RAMER, Tenn. — It is known as “a little town with a big heart,” but the City of Ramer is facing big problems: money problems. “We could not account for all the collections and receipts that the city...
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Greg Grandin, How Endless War Helps Old Dixie Sta...
... finally shot the n-word!" the sparrow-slight soldier whooped. Nicknamed "Georgia" for the obvious reason, that's what he apparently ran around shouting once word of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s...
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Western entertainment to include Buffalo Soldiers...
The Overland Trail Museum is adding a rip-roarin,' Wild West celebratin' twist to this year's July 4 Heritage Festival "old-fashioned, small town celebration" theme. Featured at this year's event will...
Read more at Sterling Journal-Advocate
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Stephen Colbert, Eminem take over Monroe TV
Published: Wednesday, 7/1/2015 - Updated: 1 minute ago Stephen Colbert, Eminem take over Monroe TV MONROE — Well, the word’s gotten out. Stephen Colbert Does Monroe. The upcoming host of The Late...
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Benefits of Noden Causeway lauded
The Noden Causeway officially opened on June 28, 1965—linking Fort Frances to Atikokan and opening up a new world of economic, tourism, social, and educational possibilities. A half-century later,...
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History brought to life
This year is the 23rd year for the event, said Dick Messerly, Garrison, who is with the Fort Stevenson Foundation. "It's a lot of years," said Larry Hippen, referring to the number of years they have...
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