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Redwood Falls · Redwood Falls
Governor takes part in Fernley Memorial Day services
More than 7,000 dog tags placed in three ruck sacks. Each dog tag represented an American service man or woman killed in the Global War on Terror either in Iraq or Afghanistan. Record attendance of 4,475 visitors welcomed the veterans. Gov. Joe Lombardo is first governor to serve in the military since U.S. Air Force veterans 15 years ago.See the Story
100% Center coverage: 2 sources
Nearly 2,800 set to graduate from Horry County Schools
Almost 50 students at Harleton High School walked across the stage to receive their diplomas last week. Many of the students had spent the last 13 years together, growing up in Harleton and going through a number of tumultuous events, including the 2020 pandemic. Salutatorian Even Weese discussed the issues faced by the class their freshman year, where the lost a wide range of regular high school experiences when they were stuck working from home.See the Story
Coverage: 2 sources
DeKalb · DeKalb
Oswego Chamber holds ribbon cutting for Mixed Market Thrift
The Oswego Area Chamber of Commerce recently held a ribbon cutting ceremony for Mixed Market Thrift located at 8 W. Washington St. in downtown Oswego.For more information on Mixed Market Thrift and other chamber members visit oswegochamber.orgSee the Story
100% Center coverage: 1 sources
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Man drives minivan into front of Philadelphia police headquarters on Broad Street
A 15-year-old is dead after police say he was chased down a Philadelphia street by a group of gunmen and shot at least 10 times. Officers from the Philadelphia Police Department were called to the 6100 block of Algon Street around noon Monday for reports of a shooting. Three different ballistics were recovered at the scene, leading investigators to believe that there may have been three shooters.See the Story
64% Left coverage: 11 sources
April Is National Child Abuse Prevention Month
Prevent Child Abuse Louisiana recognizes that all community members have a role in ensuring children have positive experiences. VIA LINK offers a statewide program, Louisiana Parent Line, which offers emotional support for parents 24/7 by calling 833-LAChild or by texting (225) 424-1533.See the Story
Coverage: 2 sources
Charles County teacher charged with sexual abuse of a minor, child pornography
David Warren Henson, Jr., 53, of Waldorf, charged with sexual abuse of a minor. Henson has been employed as a teacher at Grace Lutheran Church in La Plata since September 2021. The victim in this case is known to Henson and was not a student at the school.See the Story
60% Right coverage: 5 sources
Pinwheels across NWA for Child Abuse Prevention Month
The event will take place on Thursday at noon at the Courthouse, 715 Calhoun Street. Mayor Tom Henry will read the April proclamation. SCAN is hosting a webpage throughout April with educational and supportive resources available to families, www.scanfw.org/prevention-month.See the Story
74% Center coverage: 8 sources
Elkton, Maryland · Elkton
May is motorcycle awareness month
Tifton City Council proclaimed May as a month of raising awareness for two prevailing issues in the local and greater community. Mayor Julie Smith said the intent of Mental Health Awareness Month is to help erase the negative stigma faced by people with mental illnesses. Smith and the council were in support of Jewish American Heritage Month as a means of standing against the bigotry and hatred faced by Jewish Americans across the country.See the Story
34% Center coverage: 3 sources
Broomfield, Colorado · Broomfield
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Bureau of Land Management recently proposed a new rule designed to restore the health of public lands. The Public Lands Rule would identify degraded or fragmented wildlife habitat and encourage conserving and restoring those lands so they thrive for future generations. The proposed rule will benefit big game and other species who rely on intact and connected habitat.See the Story
65% Center coverage: 20 sources
Darlington, South Carolina · Darlington
Governor’s School holds Graduation
2023 Graduating Class of the Governor’s School for Science and Mathematics. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO The South Carolina Governor’s School for Science and Mathematics (GSSM) held its 34th Commencement Ceremony on Saturday. Nearly 150 families from every corner of the state came to Hartsville to celebrate their graduate’s achievement. The GSSM Class of 2023 hails from 27 counties and 75 high schools across South Carolina. The atmosphere in the DeLoach Ce…See the Story
Greeley · Greeley
Death Notice: Bethany Vigue
Vigue, Bethany 81, of Waterville, April 15. Visit 6-8 p.m., April 20, Lawry Brothers Funeral Home, Fairfield. Service 2 p. m., April 21, Pleasant Street United Methodist Church, Waterville.Send questions/comments to the editors.See the Story
50% Left coverage: 4 sources