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2015/07/07 14:03
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The Rev. Jesse Jackson was in Columbia Tuesday as the South Carolina Senate was expected to return to the Statehouse for a final vote on a bill to remove to Confederate flag from Statehouse...
2015/07/07 14:03
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2015/07/07 03:02
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COLUMBIA (AP) — Money set aside by Missouri lawmakers could mean repairs to cracked stone and broken bronze on the first state Civil War Memorial dedicated to soldiers of both armies, but state...
2015/07/06 21:57
2015/07/06 21:57
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Another unconfirmed report of a bear sighting over the weekend and this time it was in Cass County. There have been several sightings over the past few weeks and DNR officials say it's been 140 years...
2015/07/05 23:03
2015/07/05 23:03
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FREDONIA – Actors portraying both Union and Confederate soldiers will be among the highlights of the annual Fredonia History Days Festival on Friday and Saturday in the village square. Jamie Rocque,...
2015/07/05 05:09
2015/07/05 05:09
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Many people know that John Wayne, Donna Reed and Ashton Kutcher hail from the Hawkeye state, and Marshalltown's own Jean Seberg remains an international icon. But these are just a few of the many...
2015/07/04 15:20
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It was a blazing hot July afternoon, and the condemned were led in irons from the Washington penitentiary about 1 p.m. They passed the pre-dug graves, and the stack of gun crates that would serve as...
2015/07/03 14:19
2015/07/03 14:19
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In the two weeks since a gunman walked inside a historic black church in Charleston and, after some prayer, shot and killed nine people, two competing narratives about what happened have emerged. Was...
2015/07/03 07:58
2015/07/03 07:58
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Jim Cooke, Coolidge actor, to perform one last time this Saturday Albert J. Marro / Staff Photo � Calvin Coolidge portrayer Jim Cooke, left, chats with Coolidge's great-daughter Jenny Sayles Harville...
2015/07/03 00:21
2015/07/03 00:21
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It was a Fourth of July unlike any other in the nation’s history. Independence Day 1865 — exactly 150 years ago — was an uneasy mix of joy, relief, resentment and unhealed wounds as Americans sought...
2015/07/02 09:11
2015/07/02 09:11
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... outlets have been reluctant," writes Brit Bennett for the New York Times, "to classify the Charleston shooting as terrorism, despite how eerily it echoes our country's history of terrorism....
2015/07/01 23:25
2015/07/01 23:25
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This Saturday, hundreds of millions of Americans will celebrate the signing of the Declaration of Independence , which occurred in Philadelphia 239 years ago. But this week (Wednesday, Thursday and...
2015/06/30 16:37
2015/06/30 16:37
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By Joy Lynn Conwell Over 150 years ago, the Civil War finally came to an end. Officially the surrender took place when General Robert E. Lee surrendered the last major Confederate army to U.S....
2015/06/30 10:06
2015/06/30 10:06
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The dream of Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, Bob Dole, Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney has now been realized. Their solution — their idea for universal health care — has been passed by both houses of...
2015/06/27 16:48
2015/06/27 16:48
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We’re still a week away from America’s 239th birthday, but from the redwood forests to the Gulfstream waters, from West Hollywood to West Texas, the party has begun for real. If the celebration of...
2015/06/27 14:15
2015/06/27 14:15
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WASHINGTON - Barack Obama came to office vowing to bring "change" to America, and after years stymied by partisan battles, a momentous week has left him emboldened and with a stronger claim to have...
2015/06/26 05:08
2015/06/26 05:08
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I was looking through the shelves of new non-fiction books at our library recently and found the perfect book for summer browsing: "The National Parks: America's Best Idea, An Illustrated History," by...
2015/06/24 10:09
2015/06/24 10:09
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The $10 bill announcement by Treasury Secretary Jack Lew last week was intended to set off both a celebration and a great national debate: For the first time in more than a century, the portrait of a...
2015/06/23 23:45
2015/06/23 23:45
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The survey shows few Americans particularly concerned about the fact that paper money currently doesn't feature any women. Just 23 percent said it's unfair. But 51 percent approve of the plan to add a...
2015/06/23 21:08
2015/06/23 21:08
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The Left's 21st century agenda: expunging every trace of respect, recognition or acknowledgment of Americans who fought for the Confederacy. It's our own mini-French Revolution, expunging history in...
2015/06/23 18:05
2015/06/23 18:05
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This is the time of year when we reflect on our nation’s great history and achievements. Most of us concentrate on the Fourth of July, and it certainly is one of the most important dates in our...
2015/07/07 14:03
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