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Exam failure: 17-year-old student from K...

A 17-year-old student from Offa Grammar School, Offa Local Government Area in Kwara State, identified as Adegoke Adeyemi, allegedly committed suicide because he was not promoted to the next grade in his class. school. Adegoke, who was found hanging from a tree, according to police sources, decided to take his own life due to his […]

Crestwood designates Calvert’s property

Calvert landlord doesn’t want to give up rental income The Crestwood Board of Aldermen approved an ordinance June 28 designating Calvert’s Auto Express, 9415 Watson Road, as a degraded area under state law. The property around Calverts, the former Crestwood shopping centre, is being redeveloped into a mixed-use development including a Dierbergs grocery store, other […]

Top 10 Stories From All Nigerian Newspap...

These top 10 stories across newspapers across the country might interest you. 1. APC accuses Aregbesola faction of planning violent protests in Osun Osun’s All Progressives Congress (APC) has accused a faction loyal to Interior Minister Rauf Aregbesola of planning a violent protest in the state. Read more 2. 2023: Group urges APC to drop […]

Gunmen abduct and dump victims from a br...

On Sunday, as yet unidentified gunmen abducted two people in Alor, Idemili South Local Government Area of ​​Anambra State. The victims, who were abducted along the Nnobi-Nnewi road and taken to Alor, were thrown from the bridge over the Obiaja River. This was also corroborated by a video of the scene currently trending on social […]

Grants to support regional and local new...

Applications for the Government of Albania’s $15 million Regional and Local Newspaper Publishers Program are open today, Monday, August 1, 2022, through the GrantConnect website. The scheme will deliver on Labour’s commitment to support eligible print publishers by helping them absorb newsprint price increases, which threaten the sustainability of newspapers and journalism jobs across Australia. […]

Future of print newspapers looks bleak a...

Veteran journalist and wartime researcher Martin Debattista said print newspapers have been in decline for years and the future of the print version looks bleak, while the importance of online news gains momentum. “I sincerely believe in online newspapers as a bastion of professional journalism and an informed point of view in our post-truth society, […]

CWG: Nigeria out of women’s tennis team

The Nigerian women’s table tennis team have withdrawn from the 2022 Commonwealth Games team event underway in Birmingham, after losing 3-2 to England on Saturday, while the men qualified for the quarter-finals of the event with a 3-0 victory. on Cyprus, reports The PUNCH. Offiong Edem and Fatimo Bello beat English duo Maria Tsaptsinos and […]

Owensboro girl draws national attention ...

EVANSVILLE, Ind. (WFIE) – In October, an 11-year-old girl decided to start her own newspaper. Since then, her article has grown in popularity and even received national attention. When Audrey Neel started the Owensboro Kids Chronicle, she didn’t think it would get much attention. “I didn’t expect it to be big or anything,” Audrey said. […]

Healthy: Spend time with a book or journ...

According to the Pew Research Center, nearly two-thirds of Americans agree that social media has a negative effect on society, and it’s no surprise that something so pervasive can have such an effect on humans. From the moment the alarm goes off to the nightly routine of plugging in a phone for bedtime, […]

Paper or Prada? : A fashion designer cr...

Lashanda White-Owens Twenty dollars worth of newspapers and a vision were the only things local fashion designer Lashanda White-Owens needed to create a centerpiece worthy of rivaling the most eccentric fashion icons. Lady Gaga may have walked the 2013 American Music Awards on a faux white horse in a Versace dress, but even the fashion […]

Enjoy a Rockin’ Nordic Fest with #Decora

Wednesday, July 27, 2022 6:33 PM Rockers of all ages came to Art in the Park in June, hosted by Driftless Multimedia and Decorah Rocks. Everyone is invited to join the #DecorahRocks fun at Nordic Fest this weekend. (Driftless multimedia photo by Samantha Ludeking) Driftless Multimedia is teaming up with Decorah […]

What Other Newspapers Are Saying: An Int...

There really is nothing to win, at a basic level, when it comes to balancing wages and prices. Americans 50 and older have seen enough to fully realize it as inflation hits levels not seen in four decades. Americans under 50? Everything is new to them. We thus offer a brief lesson in […]

Lindbergh reviews district safety measur...

Background checks include four screening questions The inauguration of the Long Elementary School’s secure vestibule. The Lindbergh Board of Education heard a presentation on district safety procedures at a July 21 workshop. The presentation highlighted recent safety improvements and how the district handles hiring processes. District Safety and Security Coordinator Terrell Baker briefed the council […]

St. Paul’s Lutheran School welcomed gues

WAVERLY — St. Paul’s Lutheran School welcomed guests to the school’s homecoming celebration held on Saturday, July 16. Many of these guests were former students or former staff of St. Paul’s Lutheran School. An open house featured different memorabilia, 4th grade wax museum projects and models of American monuments and memorials created by 6th graders. […]

KEY WEST CHARTER CAPTAIN TO RETIRE AFTER...

Captain Joe Mercurio still wakes up at 5:30 a.m. every morning, but now he no longer has to check the wind and sea forecast while loading ice and gear onto his Triple Time charter boat at A&B Marina. Mercurio, who has been an integral part of Key West waters since his family moved here in […]

Austin American-Statesman Comment Summar...

San Antonio Express-News July 21 editorial, “Is what’s good for Musk good for Texas?” The grand vision of frequent launches to the Moon and Mars from a futuristic spaceport with a complex seems to be fading. In February, when asked about his “long-term” vision for the site, Musk told a reporter that he thought Starbase […]

Final whistle for the ‘pink ‘un’: UK foo

IIt’s the slowest death ever, but yesterday’s ‘final Saturday’ edition of a singular British institution will be just that. While for the past 20 years the beloved pinks and greens (and sometimes blues and buffs) have vanished from towns and villages across the country, Portsmouth’s Saturday night sports mail, 119, was the last newspaper dedicated […]

Forget newspapers and TV, people in the ...

There was a time when people in the UK followed the news via the BBC, The Guardian or 24-hour news channels. But that age may soon be coming to an end… because of TikTok. In fact, the social network is increasingly treated as a source of information by British Internet users. Even if they are […]

KEY WEST LOSES MUSICAL LEGEND BILL BLUE

Bill Blue was an internationally acclaimed blues musician whose musical roots brought him to Key West in the 1980s. Blue died July 15 after a battle with throat cancer. The photos above are taken from his last album cover “Mojolation” in 2013. RALPH DE PALMA/Soul of Key West (Editor’s Note: In tribute to the late […]

Mets Insider illustrates the first half ...

(Photo by Todd Kirkland/Getty Images) The New York media has a special reputation when covering sports. Athletes often think twice when they receive a job offer from a team in New York because the attention they give to the sport is often overwhelming. The fans are passionate and the newspapers act accordingly. The New York […]

Top 10 Stories From All Nigerian Newspap...

These top 10 stories across newspapers across the country might interest you. 1. ‘I will speak on transfer to Tinubu’, Buhari predicts APC win in 2023 in Shettima encounter President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday predicted the victory of the All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential candidate, Bola Tinubu, in the 2023 elections. Read more 2. The […]

Breonna Taylor City Newspaper Issues ‘An

The Louisville Courier-Journal, the newspaper in the town where Breonna Taylor was killed by area police in a botched raid, launched a four-week anti-racism challenge on July 1 as a call to action in the ongoing fight against sectarianism and xenophobia. The post says she is “committed to learning from the black community, speaking out […]

Acts from June 11 to 30 | Waverly Logs

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Cost of living: wages well below inflati...

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has revealed that regular wages excluding bonuses fell 3.7% in the three months to May compared to the rate of consumer price index inflation ( CPI), which represents the largest drop in more than 20 years. Current compensation, excluding bonuses, increased slightly to 4.3% over the period without taking […]

WAC and WAVE: Black Women in World War I...

By Mylika Scatliffe, AFRO Women’s Health Writer When we consider African American achievements in military names, we think of General Benjamin O. Davis, the Tuskegee Airmen, and General Colin Powell. For decades, efforts have been made to uncover and bring to light the incredible exploits of the Buffalo Soldiers, Black World War II veterans, and […]

Top headlines from major South Korean ne...

SEOUL, July 18 (Yonhap) — Here are the headlines from major South Korean newspapers on July 18. daily newspapers in Korean— President Yoon’s right-hand man becomes a burden on ruling party (Kyunghyang Shinmun)— Strong dollar drives emerging economies to brink (Kookmin Daily)— Super-strong dollar punch: $1.6 billion in wealth evaporates from South Korea this year […]

Souvenir of Live Aid, the concert watche...

Imagine that a third of the world’s population is watching a television program at the same time. That’s what happened on July 13, 1985, when 1.9 billion people watched musicians perform in London and Philadelphia to raise money for famine-stricken Ethiopians. Paul McCartney, Mick Jagger, Elton John, David Bowie, Queen, Tina Turner, Madonna, Sade, George […]

BREAKING: Oyetola and Adeleke in a close...

Vote counting has begun in the ongoing gubernatorial election in Osun State. Official quarter results showed the All Progressives Congress and the Peoples Democratic Party are in a tight race. Although 15 political parties contested the election, the main contenders are APC candidate Governor Gboyega Oyetola and PDP candidate Ademola Adeleke. This is the second […]

Big Tech rolls the papers – The Suffolk

Today’s editorial is courtesy of our friend and press colleague Brett Wesner, president of the National Newspaper Association. We couldn’t agree more with his sentiments, which follow. Google and Facebook have enormous economic and political power in society, especially over the information industry. Many wonder if they have played a role in the misinformation that […]

A local newspaper celebrates 150 years o...

Okolona’s messenger has been delivering the news for 15 decades Okolona, ​​Miss. (WCBI) – Local newspapers are the lifeblood of their communities; the editors, reporters and printers are often the same. Many community newspapers fell victim to the era. Social media and a 24-hour news cycle made it difficult to get local news, but one […]

Dunwoody council debates go ahead with b...

Some Dunwoody council members worry the town doesn’t have enough shovel-ready projects to warrant a bond referendum. The city first reviewed a list of capital projects needing funding at its annual retreat in March and voted to create a capital prioritization committee in April. The committee was tasked with narrowing that list ahead of a […]

W-SR School Board Determines Priorities ...

The July 11 meeting of the W-SR School Board included an in-depth discussion of 2023 legislative priorities, construction updates, and approval of textbooks for students, teachers, and support staff. The High School Wilderness Studies trip to Colorado led by science teacher Rene Borglum has been approved for June 12-23, 2023. Legislative priorities reflect district values. […]

Three bidders vying for control of Cornw...

Three rival bidders will battle it out to take over a local newspaper group, their current owner has revealed. Peter Masters has confirmed to HTFP that he has cut a shortlist after 11 different parties expressed a desire to take over the Cornwall-based ‘Voice’ series before Monday’s deadline. Mr Masters, pictured, announced his intention to […]

Royal Collection begins recovery despite...

The Royal Collection Trust faced operating losses of £15million last year but has begun its financial recovery, its annual accounts showed. Visitor numbers to the Queen’s official residences increased by more than half a million to 737,000 in 2021/22 from 155,000 in 2020/21, but were still well below pre-pandemic figures of 3 .3 million people […]

Heardle’s July 12 Response: Heardle’s So

If you’re anything like us, you’ve been tormenting yourself for months with the spirit of the New York Times. Described as “a respectful tribute to Wordle”, Heardle comes with a musical twist. Here’s how to play the game as well as clues to the July 12 song and that all-important answer when you eventually give […]

Kemp and Abrams at record fundraising pa...

With four months to go until Election Day, Republican Gov. Brian Kemp and Democratic challenger Stacey Abrams are on track to erase Peach State’s record for gubernatorial campaign fundraising. The Abrams campaign has raised about $9.8 million in the past two months alone, while his One Georgia leadership committee brought in an additional $12.3 million […]

Cancer charity exposes ‘scandal’ of pati

A cancer charity has revealed the ‘scandal’ of patients being denied valuable holiday break because they are unable to obtain affordable travel insurance due to their ‘misunderstood’ illness. Southampton-based cancer charity Planets has described the situation preventing some patients from enjoying holidays as a necessary break from their treatment as a “scandal”. The organization says […]

After Daily Trust report, blind newsboy ...

Sanusi Hakeem Olukorede, a blind vendor, who was recently featured on Daily Trust on Saturday after his video went viral wandering around Akowonjo and Egbeda in Lagos with copies of newspapers, has had a facelift. Through the intervention of a non-governmental organization, the blind vendor was able to secure a one-room shop in Ayetoro, Ogun […]

Israel Police help train Sandy Springs p...

Sandy Springs Police Department Maj. Michael Lindstrom returned from Israel after a two-week public safety leadership training with the nation’s top police officials. Lindstrom was part of a 16-member delegation, including eight Georgia police chiefs and command staff and four Georgia sheriffs. “I think one of the most important lessons I learned from our time […]

Dairy day camp on Thursday, June 9 | Wa...

Twenty-seven kindergarten through fourth graders attended the Iowa State University Bremer County Dairy Outreach and Awareness Day Camp on Thursday, June 9 in Waverly. The day was filled with 4-H priority areas: STEM, healthy living, leadership and civic engagement, communication and the arts, and agricultural/natural resources. Participants explored different breeds of dairy cows where they […]

Politicians Divide Nigeria With Ethnicit...

The Northern Elders Forum on Wednesday raised concerns thatethnicity and greed threatened to thwart the emergence of a country capable of turning the tide in 2023. The organization has expressed concern about developments in many aspects of Nigerian politics in relation to preparations for the 2023 elections and beyond, the organization. A statement by NEF […]

Dunwoody unveils new public art at Brook...

A new installation at Brook Run Park will serve as public art and a bike rack. The city plans to unveil a sculpture titled “Grounded Growth” at Brook Run Park on July 7 at 4:30 p.m., according to a news release. Members of Dunwoody Town Council, Dunwoody Arts Commission and Bike Walk Dunwoody will all […]

MFPD to ask employees about shifts – St.

The Mehlville Fire Protection District Board of Directors continued a discussion at a June 23 meeting about the possibility of changing the 2023 schedules, with the primary focus being retention and recruitment. The board first heard the topic on June 8, with possible changes including changing the EMS schedule to a 3/4 schedule and the […]

Media and Newspaper Accounting Software ...

Global Media and Newspaper Accounting Software Market Overview: The latest report, distributed by Verified Market Reports, shows that the global media and newspaper accounting software markets will grow at an alarming rate in the coming years. The experts considered the market drivers, limits, risks, and openings that exist across the entire market. The report shows […]

Springsteen, Tributes to Pink Floyd, An ...

The annual ‘Jeff Fest’ music and arts festival will feature Bruce Springsteen and Pink Floyd tribute bands and a community stage with a variety of local talent on the weekend of July 29-31 at Jefferson Memorial Park, 4822 N.Long Ave. The festival will take place from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Friday July 29, […]

Now you can read your favorite newspaper...

Now you can read your favorite newspaper on your tablet or phone with today’s launch of The Mail+ By daily mail Published: 5:03 p.m. EDT, July 3, 2022 | Updated: 5:09 p.m. EDT, July 3, 2022 The Mail is proud to announce today the launch of The Mail+, a brilliant and simple way to read […]

The Daily Times wins 7 awards in the NNA...

FARMINGTON – The Farmington Daily Times has won seven personal and individual awards in the National Newspaper Association Foundation’s 2022 Better Newspaper competition. The Daily Times ranked third in overall excellence in the daily division for the second consecutive year. The first place winner was the Wyoming Tribune Eagle of Cheyenne, Wyoming, and second place […]

What the newspapers said 100 years ago

Two local boys’ camps flourished in the summer of 1922. At Camp Wallkill (above left), a young man dives into the Wallkill River from a brand new diving board, while on the right a camper plunges rocks into Lake Awosting. The ”Our Cities” section is compiled monthly by Carol Johnson of the Haviland-Heidgerd Historical Collection. […]

Chronicle Wins 13 National Newspaper Ass...

Each year, newspapers across the country submit their best work to the National Newspaper Association’s Best Newspaper Competition. This week, the winners were announced for the 2022 competition: The Chronicle won 13 awards. Nine wins were for The Chronicle articles and reports, and four recognized the newspaper’s advertising and design. Senior Reporter Becca Tucker’s “Orange […]

The New York Post slams Kevin Durant for...

Credit: New York Post The Brooklyn Nets championship window appears to have passed after three years with Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving on the team. The first year saw KD and Irving spend most of the season injured while the second saw the pair fall to a brutal Game 7 loss to the Milwaukee Bucks […]

Chicago Hispanic Newspaper, Lawndale New...

Courtesy of The Stay-in-School CoalitionPublished by Lawndale Bilingual News Frustrated by the Chicago Board of Education’s continued refusal to audit and revise its sweeping regime of COVID-19 mitigation measures in Chicago public schools, local parents have joined the national movement calling for a full return to the normal. Meanwhile, the Board of Education is set […]

Hyundai Motor delays launch of upgraded ...

The Hyundai Motor Company logo is pictured at the New York International Auto Show in Manhattan, New York, U.S., April 13, 2022. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly/File Photo Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register SEOUL, June 29 (Reuters) – Hyundai Motor Co (005380.KS) has decided to postpone the launch of its hydrogen-powered upgraded Nexo SUV […]

Summer Flowers for Texas Gardens

Spring has now passed, a pleasant but hazy memory with the official arrival of summer on June 21st. So, for the next few months, summer will keep us company. This means that we can count on a long and warm season for the next few months. The intense sunlight and high temperatures have now wilted […]

Local Perth newspapers under threat

Labor has committed $15 million to help newspaper publishers with the rising cost of newsprint, but that funding is not yet available as details on eligibility are being finalized. MEAA regional director Tiffany Venning said rising printing costs could be the last straw for smaller, independent publishers. “For any community to have a news outlet […]

The Citizen Newspaper, founder, retired ...

By David FleetEditorOrtonville — After nearly 1,400 editions, a local newspaper icon whose diligence, foresight and friendliness has driven a weekly publication for 27 years to the pinnacle of success will retire on July 1.Advertising manager Jackie Nowicki, who along with then-editor Jim Sherman of Oxford-based Sherman Publications launched The Citizen newspaper with a plan […]

It’s Time to Spread the Good News – Miss

Over the past few days I have been asked for my opinion on what some are calling a looming national recession. Certainly, seeing inflation climb above 8% for the first time in many years is worrying. On top of that, paying $5 a gallon at the pump doesn’t bode well for anyone. Over my life, […]

Everything I wear exaggerates my curves ...

Background Am from Akwa Ibom State. I grew up in the village until I was nine years old, before my family moved to Port Harcourt, Rivers State. I lost my mother when I was nine years old. I have two brothers and three sisters. Education I have a law degree from Uyo University. I also […]

The key to a successful newspaper – The

“Um sir,” a trembling young man addressed an editor. “Well, what do you want?” Make it short, I’m busy,” replied the grizzled old man with a cigar dangling from his mouth. “Um, yes sir. I would like some advice on how to run a newspaper. The editor leaned back in his chair and adjusted his […]

Owl Art Online Auction Now Open

Friday, June 24, 2022 4:16 PM After already raising $222,000 for Ukrainian children through three highly successful online auctions of Ukrainian youth artwork, the International Owl Center in Houston, Minnesota has scheduled the next auction will take place from June 22 to 26.For the past 20 years, the International Owl Festival has […]

What other newspapers are saying: New Yo...

As New York officials prepare to write a report on the state’s response to COVID-19, a coalition of good government groups is urging Governor Kathy Hochul to reconsider her request to have such a review conducted by a independent committee. Hochul reportedly ordered an internal review by the state health commissioner and other […]

Meet Drexel’s First Black Student Newspa

Of all the college programs in her native Philadelphia, Kiara Santos chose Drexel University to launch her journalism career, as she prepares to achieve her goal of becoming a top editor in the news industry. . Now a communications student, she aspired to be a leader at The triangleDrexel’s independent student newspaper and joined the […]

56 years of cows and steers

“Well, I was born and raised on a dairy farm in Allamakee County, but then moved here [to Winneshiek County]began LeRoy McClintock, retired DHIA tester, farmer, artificial inseminator and lifelong dairy proponent. “At the time, I was working with dad and the family, and dad was milking 16 cows at the time,” he continued.McClintock, 75, […]

THE NEW ‘POET TREE’ INVITES WORDS AND WR

First Shel Silverstein gave us “The Giving Tree”, now Key West entrepreneur David Sloan and the Awesome Foundation gave the island the “Poet Tree” (get it?). The Awesome Foundation and its director Michael Shields awarded a $1,000 grant to create a coral stone plaque and garden around the scenic Fort East Martello tree, where poets […]

Gareth Southgate’s IQ and emotional inte

Gareth Southgate has received a ringing endorsement from Football Association chairman Debbie Hewitt, who says the England manager’s IQ and emotional intelligence would make him a general manager in any industry. Southgate has been criticized after a disappointing performance for the Three Lions in their four Nations League matches earlier this month, culminating in a […]

“Stingy” comment: Mbaka remains my pries

Labor Party presidential candidate Peter Obi has said that the spiritual director of the Ministry of Worship, Enugu, Fr Ejike Mbaka, remains his priest and father in faith. Obi said this during an interview on Voice of the People 90.3 FM on Sunday. Mbaka had said the former governor of Anambra state could not win […]

Yellowstone pushes for reopening as floo...

Yellowstone National Park is pushing to reopen to tourists faster than expected after record flooding. Park officials said on Sunday they hoped most of Yellowstone would be open within two weeks as they use a $50million (£40,909,074) infusion of federal highways money to speed up the repair of roads and bridges. There is still no […]

Remarkable Things Happen in Concord – Mi

There’s something about placing your fingers inside the footprints left by someone who fashioned a brick with their bare hands centuries ago. It’s almost like flipping a switch and finally seeing. Something resonates that cannot be experienced in any conference room. “Your thumb is on their thumb,” said Saylor Fortener, a junior archeology student at […]

Biden falls during bike ride and says, ‘

United States President Joe Biden fell while riding his bicycle near his beach house in Delaware on Saturday morning, but was not injured. Video from a White House pool report showed the 79-year-old president getting up immediately after his fall. He then said, “I’m fine. He was riding his bike with First Lady Jill Biden […]

Punk Foodie’s Underground Restaurant Gui

Calaveritas will be serving its vegan Mexican dishes like these birria tacos all weekend at various venues around town. On the Punk Foodie Underground Restaurant Calendar this weekend, you’ll find a total of 119 (and counting) underground dining events with 67 ITPs and 52 OTPs. You can also break down the pop-ups by region: Decatur […]

Summer Reading: “Oceans of Possibilities

by Maryellen Cantanno By Maryellen Cantanno [email protected] School may be winding down for the year, but the summer book club is winding down. The Freeport Memorial Library Summer Reading Club is for all ages: children, tweens, teens and adults. Libraries across the country will participate in this year’s theme, “Oceans of Possibilities”. Join us for […]

Community Calendar | Waverly Logs

• Waverly Senior Center — 7:30 a.m. CLA Guys Breakfast, 10:30 a.m. Community Coffee, 1 p.m. The Lookers, 5 p.m. Board Mtg. • Explore the 4-H day camp, 9am-3pm, pre-registration required, Tripoli • Waverly Senior Center — 9 a.m. Seniors in Motion 11:30 a.m. Comfort Food Friday • Waverly Area Veterans Post– Fried fish. Call […]

Jan Ernst Matzeliger’s invention revolut

By Tamara Shiloh, The Oakland post (NNPA Newswire) – The art of shoemaking was both hard and manual labor. But with the advent of the industrial revolution, cobblers and cobblers cut, sewed and nailed shoes with machines. The inner and outer soles were attached with machines and other devices were used to sew the tops […]

Encourage and support black fathers

By David C. Miller Historically, black fathers continue to be marginalized and portrayed as absent, deadbeat, and emotionally disconnected from their children. In public discourse, these exaggerated portrayals have become a self-fulfilling prophecy in the hearts and minds of too many black fathers. Fatherlessness remains a significant issue with profound generational implications. But imagine if […]

Rebel Wilson confirms she was almost out...

Placeholder while loading article actions When Australian actor Rebel Wilson posted on Instagram last week that she was in a relationship with a woman, fans and friends flooded in with comments offering their support. “I thought I was looking for a Disney Prince…but maybe what I really needed all this time was a Disney Princess,” […]

Candidates discuss issues in 15th Home D...

by JASON MEREL Incumbent Mike Kelly and challenger Michael Rabbitt discussed their campaigns for the Illinois House District’s 15th race ahead of the June 28 Democratic primary election at a June 1 virtual forum sponsored by several local civic organizations. Republican candidate Mark Albers also participated in the forum. The Hollywood-North Park Community Association hosted […]

Health Benefits of Nuts: Almond Nuts

You can buy peanuts (peanuts) all year round, especially shelled ones, but currently freshly harvested ones are sold. In fact, you can buy them cooked. I talked about peanuts in this series, taking advantage of the fact that it’s in season. If you have ever visited my alma mater, Obafemi Awolowo University, you will notice […]

Top 10 Stories From All Nigerian Newspap...

These top 10 stories across newspapers across the country might interest you. 1. Governor Wike goes after Amaechi and files a complaint against the former minister The Rivers State government, led by Nyesome Wike, has filed criminal charges against former Transport Minister Rotimi Amaechi. Read more 2. Primary APC, running mate possibly top of agenda […]

Calhoun students win scholarship for wat...

Calhoun High School was among three schools on Long Island that received a financial grant from the Long Island Regional Planning Council as part of the 2021 Long Island Water Quality STEAM Challenge, a competition that encourages students to design and develop projects aimed at reducing rainfall runoff and nitrogen. pollution on school grounds. The […]

Free blockbuster rules? Be kind! Rewin...

Before the rapid rise of video streaming platforms like Netflix and Hulu, moviegoers in the 1990s and early 2000s remember scouring the aisles of their neighborhood Blockbuster in search of a movie. They would take it home on a DVD – or for anyone who really goes back, a VHS tape. Those days are long […]

Gannett urges hundreds of newspapers to ...

Placeholder while loading article actions The country’s largest newspaper chain believes its opinion pages are alienating readers and becoming stale. So newspapers owned by Gannett Co. – publisher of USA Today and more than 250 daily newspapers – began to drastically reduce and reinvent their editorial sections, publishing them fewer days a week and abandoning […]

Theater review: Alliance’s glittering ‘T

Xavier Reyes, Jimmy Ray Bennett, Aneesa Folds and Michael McCorry Rose in the Alliance Theater’s first musical, Trading Places. (Photos by Greg Mooney) Alliance Theater presents the sparkling world premiere of “Trading Places: The Musical” until June 26. The show is loosely based on the 1983 film “Trading Places”, John Landis’ dated comedy starring Dan […]

What the Newspapers Say – June 8

The ‘daily attacks’ on Boris Johnson within his own party, major industrial action and Kyiv’s call for more weapons feature in national newspapers. The Guardian says the Tories who tried to oust the Prime Minister are drawing up plans for “election strikes” to cripple law-making and make the most of the vote of confidence. Guardian […]

Primary: There is danger, warns APC NWC ...

All Progressives Congress national youth leader Dayo Israel has warned presidential candidates and political leaders in the South against disunity. According to him, there is a danger for southern aspirants as the party holds its presidential primary today. Israel has urged candidates to leverage the northern governor’s position to transfer power to the south. Among […]

Pan-Atlantic university mourns its dean ...

Pan-Atlantic University announced on Monday the death of the Dean of the School of Media and Communication, Dr. Mike Okolo. In a statement seen by The punchthe institution hailed Okolo for his contribution to the school during his 18 years of service. The deceased is survived by his wife, Rosemary Okolo, who was a former […]

7 DECLARED CANDIDATES FOR THE CITY COUNC...

Marathon residents will have a choice of seven candidates for city council in November, and more may be on the way. CONTRIBUTED. Late last week, former bank manager and Marathon High School alumnus Jeff Smith signed up as a candidate for Marathon City Council. He joins a group of Marathon residents that includes Bobby Grostefon, […]

Letters from Hitler’s doctor show how he

The Swiss descendant of one of Adolf Hitler’s doctors has published details of letters showing how he treated the Nazi dictator for voice problems, NZZ is the Sonntag newspaper reported on Sunday. Hitler was repeatedly treated by Carl Otto von Eicken, a German ear, nose and throat specialist, for 10 years from 1935, according to […]

APC could punish Tinubu for his comments...

Adebayo Folorunsho-Francis and Deborah Tolu-Kolawole, Abuja Posted June 4, 2022 The leadership of the All Progressives Congress has said the party may punish its national leader and presidential candidate, Bola Tinubu, for his remarks about the president, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retired) a few days ago. APC National Chairman, Senator Abdullahi Adamu disclosed this on […]

Fabiyi and Balogun mourn actor Gbadebo O...

Colleagues of the late actor, Gbadebo Osmond, who died on May 30, 2022, after battling a terminal illness, continued to pay their respects. In an interview with Saturday rhythm, Yomi Fabiyi described the late Osmond as a jovial and hardworking person. He said: “It’s quite sad that we lost him. I had known him for […]

Log Comments [letter] | Letters to the ...

Any NL Reader | LancasterOnline and its predecessors over the past 60 years have noticed significant changes in format. Previously, we had two newspapers, one in the morning and one in the evening. Its sections of opinion each had their own political orientation. Now NL | LancasterOnline has evolved into a single edition. The emphasis […]

Scouts have their first troop of girls

Thu 02/06/2022 – 1:24 p.m. administrator The Ohwahnasee District, which includes Adair, Audubon, Carroll, Cass, Crawford, Harrison and Shelby counties of the Mid-America Council of the Boy Scouts of America, is thrilled to announce the district’s first girls troop. Many months were spent finding a chartered organization to sponsor them, planning how to get started, […]

Calhoun Wins Class A Baseball Title | H...

Facing elimination for the fourth time in a week and trailing Clarke by two runs before swinging a bat in the deciding Game 3 of Nassau’s Class A Baseball Championship Series, Calhoun staged one of his most big rounds of the season at the perfect time. The top-seeded Colts exploded for nine runs on seven […]

KEY WEST THEATER PRESENTS COMEDIAN KEVIN...

Comedian, actor, and writer Kevin Flynn presents his one-man comedy show, “Fear of Heights,” at the Key West Theater on Sunday, June 5. You know that famous black-and-white photo from 1932, “Lunch on Top of a Skyscraper,” of 11 ironworkers having lunch on a steel beam 850 feet above Manhattan? The photo of Charles Clyde […]

Darin Schierbaum named acting Atlanta po...

The ODA’s new acting leader, Darin Schierbaum, is joined by outgoing leader Rodney Bryant and Mayor Andre Dickens during a news conference May 31 in Westside Park. Current Deputy Chief Darin Schierbaum has been named acting chief of the Atlanta Police Department. Mayor Andre Dickens made the announcement during a press conference for the ODA’s […]

Clarke wins a share of the county track ...

Two hundredths of a second – an almost minute slice of time. But for Clarke’s boys’ track team, it represented a sliver of daylight. By edging North Shore by a slim margin to finish second in the four-meter 100-meter relay at the Nassau County Track and Field Championships on May 23 in Cold Spring Harbor, […]

EFCC files Okorocha in court for alleged...

Former Imo Governor, Senator Rochas Okorocha is at the Federal High Court in Abuja on arraignment for money laundering and related offences. He was brought to justice by officials of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission. the punch reported that Okorocha was forcibly arrested from his home in Abuja last Tuesday. The sitting senator and […]

Napoli raise Osimhen’s valuation to 110

Naples are ready to sell Victor Osimhen this summer only if his valuation is respected, PUNCH Sports Extra reports. The Nigerian has been linked with several top clubs following his outstanding performance for Partenopei this season where he scored 18 goals with six assists in 32 competitive games. Liverpool, Arsenal, Manchester United and Newcastle United […]

Ogden Newspapers Wellness Weekend return...

picture by: John McCabe Runners compete in the 2019 Ogden Logs Half Marathon Classic. This, and all other events associated with the Ogden Logs Wellness Weekend Presented by WVU Medicine, return this weekend after a hiatus from two years induced by COVID. WHEELING — The fields are ready, and as […]

Commission recommends denial of special ...

A plan to use a house on Gravois Road and Vasel Drive in Affton for the location of farmer’s insurance was recommended for denial by the St. Louis County Planning Commission on April 26. The plan included adding a special renewable business permit to the site, as well as additional driveway parking. Petitioners Gregory and […]

Nine Diaries signs six-month trial with ...

Nine Entertainment Co. newspapers have signed a six-month trial with the Australian Associated Press (AAP), two years after the media company opted – along with co-majority shareholder News Corp – to shut down the news service . Nine’s publishing general manager, James Chessell, told Mumbrella that the six-month trial would give newsrooms an opportunity to […]

Are newspapers heading the way of the di...

Newspapers are on death row. The old provincial newspapers of this country, indeed many countries, often look like pamphlets. Others have already been executed by the market. The cause is quite simple: disruptive technology in the form of the Internet has siphoned off most of their ad revenue. To make up for the shortfall, publishers […]

Waverly Couple Receives Historic Preserv...

On May 14, 2022, the Waverly Historic Preservation Commission (WHPC) celebrated National Preservation Month by honoring three historic homes with a local award. Waverly Historic Preservation Award recipients include Randy and Karen Neuendorf, 321 1st Street SE. The award recognizes exterior improvements and renovations to buildings that are sensitive to the original architectural character. The […]

Nike does not renew its franchise agreem...

A customer is reflected in a shop window decorated with the logo of the Nike store in the Belaya Dacha outlet village outside Moscow, Russia, April 23, 2016. REUTERS/Grigory Dukor Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register May 25 (Reuters) – U.S. sportswear maker Nike (NKE.N) has not renewed deals with its biggest […]

NICC Board of Directors Welcomes New Mem...

Tuesday, May 24, 2022 8:57 AM The Northeast Iowa Community College Board of Trustees appointed Dean Sherman on May 16 to serve District 4. Sherman, from Manchester, replaces former trustee Kent Nelson who resigned last month. He will represent the Oelwein, Starmont and West Delaware school districts. Sherman’s term will expire in […]

Historic Preservation Award Given to Wav...

On May 14, the Waverly Historic Preservation Commission presented the Waverly Historic Preservation Award to Rod and Bonnie Drenkow for their incredible work on their historic home at 203 6th Street NW her in Waverly. To be eligible for a Waverly Historic Preservation Award, a property must be at least fifty years old and within […]

Headlines: Parallel Polls, Violence Mark...

The aftermath of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) primaries for the House of Representatives and state assemblies dominated the front pages of Nigerian newspapers. The Punch reports that All Progressives Congress (APC) chapters in Rivers, Oyo, Benue and Sokoto are currently facing crises stemming from last week’s election of delegates to the gubernatorial primaries. The […]

Atlanta Community Food Bank Receives $29...

Courtesy of Atlanta Community Food Bank The Atlanta Community Food Bank is set to receive a $29 million grant to help deal with the negative impact caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Governor Brian Kemp announced this week that a total of $415 million would be awarded to nonprofits, government organizations and local businesses to help […]

APC to reconcile Tinubu, Oshiomhole and ...

The National Working Committee of the All Progressives Congress said on Saturday there are plans to reconcile aggrieved aspirants after presidential, gubernatorial, senate and House of Representatives tickets were secured in the primaries from May 26 to 30. It was even while the APC remained optimistic that the respective camp of party aspirants remained calm […]

Old Newspaper Adds to Kump Family Histor...

While preparing for the June 25-26 open house at the Kump Center, my sister Scottie Wiest and I went up to her attic and found Kump family albums and a 1992 Weekender Hampshire County edition. On the front page is an 8 X 10 photo of Governor HG Kump next to his brother […]

“Wings of the City” exhibit begins at Br

Brookhaven officially unveiled the ‘Wings of the City’ sculpture exhibit to residents yesterday at a ribbon-cutting ceremony. The “Wings of the City” exhibition includes nine sculptures by contemporary Mexican artist Jorge Marín. Brookhaven City Council approved the display and locations of the sculptures at a March 22 meeting. The city officially inaugurated the exhibition during […]

Money Talk: Starting a Business

Thinking of starting a company? Here are 5 things to consider More and more people are choosing to become entrepreneurs and forge their own path in the pandemic. In fact, one million more new business applications were filed in 2021 than in 2020 – the highest total on record – according to the US Census […]

Why do we need newspapers | News, Sport...

EDITOR: Good day to those who bought this newspaper. I don’t know why you personally buy and read the newspaper, but I encourage you to go further and encourage your friends and family to do the same. Perhaps you could pass on your copy for a short time while enticing them to purchase […]

April 2022 was colder and drier than ave...

Wednesday, May 18, 2022 11:37 a.m. Rain falls over Allamakee County in April. (Driftless multimedia photo by Samantha Ludeking) According to Decorah weather statistician Richard Bernatz, April 2022 was colder and drier than historical averages. There were 20 days last month with below-average high temperature, with the average temperature being 43.8 […]

8 activists arrested protesting proposed...

A rendering of the proposed training facility. (Courtesy of the Atlanta Police Foundation) Atlanta police say eight activists protesting the controversial DeKalb County Police and Fire Training Center were arrested on May 17 and face charges ranging from criminal trespassing to obstruction law enforcement. State and federal law enforcement officials are also involved in the […]

Midwestern newspaper editorial slams ‘po

An op-ed published Sunday in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch warns that the public may soon ignore Supreme Court rulings and view the justices as “little more than black-robed political hacks.” The politicization of the court is no longer something judges can hide, the newspaper notes. “The last three on the bench misled members of Congress […]

Carey qualifies for the baseball playoff...

Carey senior Teagan Graham’s numbers this spring were enough to earn him the Nassau Conference A2 Offensive Player of the Year award. However, they might prove less persuasive when voting for their team’s most valuable player award – a situation that explains why the Seahawks were named the No. 5 seed, among 15 teams, in […]

Editorial: A note from the unofficial co...

County Legislator Al Krupski speaks at a press conference. (Credit: Office of Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone) For most newspaper readers, the legal disclaimer isn’t exactly the first page they turn to. A savvy reader, however, might recognize just how valuable they are. For all those giant globs of text that are lacking in prose […]

Wordle 330 May 15: Wordle Word Clues and...

Wordle has taken the world by storm, and if you haven’t given in to the daily game, we can guarantee you’ve seen the elusive squares all over social media. The game uses the same rules as Scrabble, where only real words are allowed in both the guesses and the outcome. If you get a letter […]

Lots of souvenirs in the old newspaper b...

We learned last week that the building where I spent a good part of my youth was finally about to be refurbished. Soon, the Portales News-Tribune building will house an insurance company. Once we moved to town in 1970, I figured I needed a job, and the only thing available for a young man was […]

Democrats call for vote to codify aborti...

By Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire Senior National Correspondent @StacyBrownMedia Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) announced plans to vote on legislation to codify abortion rights law on May 3. Schumer said a vote on such legislation “is not an abstract exercise.” “It’s as urgent and real as it gets,” Schumer said. “We will vote […]

Top Nigerian Newspaper Headlines for Tod...

Hello Nigeria, welcome to Naija News’ roundup of top newspaper headlines in Nigeria for today, Friday 13th May 2022 President Muhammadu Buhari has finally expressed concern over the prolonged strike by the University Academic Staff Union, ASUU. Naija News recalls that ASUU embarked on a month-long warning strike in early February over the failure of […]