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Memorial Day · Arlington
Veterans remembered in service at Flint’s McFarlan Veterans Memorial Park
An ROTC cadet lays a wreath at the steps of Memorial Hall in 2015. The memorial was dedicated to the fallen Newark firefighters of World War II. It is located on the second floor of the New Jersey State Capitol. The Memorial Hall is on the third floor of New Jersey's state Capitol.See the Story
69% Center coverage: 210 sources
Photos: Centennial High School's class of 2023 graduates
The 2023 Charter Oak High School Graduation Ceremony in Lou Farrar Stadium at Charter Oak. High School in Glendora on Thursday, May 25, 2023. The ceremony was attended by more than 1,000 students and their parents. The school celebrated its 20th anniversary on May 25.See the Story
56% Center coverage: 52 sources
Bankruptcy · Windom
HyLife Foods pork facility in Windom sold, workers to be let go
HyLife Foods, a Canada-based pork producer has sold its Windom facility. The sale will result in over 1,000 job losses for the town of just over 5,000. HyLife sent a warning to employees saying potential layoffs could start in April if a buyer wasn't found.See the Story
Coverage: 2 sources
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Muncie, Indiana · Muncie
Students plant trees at Mass. elementary school to celebrate Arbor Day
The Iowa Arboretum and Gardens is holding an Arbor Day Celebration this Saturday. The celebration will start with a fun run, which starts at 8 am. There will be a child climb where children can climb trees with safety equipment. An education session on tree planting, and a tree planting will be held.See the Story
54% Center coverage: 13 sources
World Press Freedom Day · Toronto
Honoring World Press Freedom Day
IPI is championing the trailblazing journalism carried out by our network of members around the world. IPI has documented nearly 1000 media freedom violations, including attacks on journalists, censorship, and other serious violations of media freedom, since Russia invaded Ukraine on February 24, 2022. Data from IPI’s Ukraine War Press Freedom Tracker shows the devastating toll the conflict has already taken on independent journalism.See the Story
48% Right coverage: 25 sources
Smoke from Canadian wildfires causes air quality alert for southern Wisconsin Friday
Hazy conditions continue for Western Wisconsin caused by smoke coming from wild fires in Western Canada. The smoke lingered high early in the week not causing much concern. The Wisconsin DNR air quality advisory for the Chippewa Valley is set to expire Friday at noon. For the latest conditions on where you are, click here or here.See the Story
67% Center coverage: 15 sources
Duluth, Minnesota · Duluth
How Sandra from Duluth won a $500 gift card
Sandra from Duluth, Minn., is our latest winner. She enrolled in auto-pay earlier this year and was entered into the drawing and won $500.Auto-pay is a feature available to all news subscribers. It puts your subscription on auto-pilot, eliminating the need to keep track of renewal dates.See the Story
88% Right coverage: 8 sources
High school softball roundup: Roosevelt, Rondout, New Paltz win
Worthington Trojans boys track and field posted a score of 70 in a 14 event triangular meet at Fairmont on Thursday. Skyler Feikema was 4-for-4 from the plate for Edgerton/Southwest Minnesota Christian in a 19-0 Red Rock Conference victory over Heron Lake-Okabena/Fulda. Mountain Lake Area/Comfrey fell 12-2 in a Red Rock conference game against hosting Murray County Central.See the Story
Coverage: 5 sources
BOCES students to compete in national competition
Steamboat Springs High School students will head to a national business competition. Freshman Brynn Rose and sophomore Liam Miller will compete at the 2023 National Leadership Conference. Future Business Leaders of America has over 200,000 participants at the high school level. The club is looking for business sponsorships and donors in the community.See the Story
60% Center coverage: 5 sources
Spring 2023 Home Improvement Sweeps
Enter our Spring 2023 Home Improvement Sweeps for a chance to win $250 Visa Gift Card for your home projects. Don't miss your chance to enter! GOOD LUCK!Enter here.Thanks to our special sponsors:R.E Duchene ConstructionShorewood Home & AutoSee the Story
57% Right coverage: 7 sources
Check out these photos from Sunday's northern lights across Wisconsin
A geomagnetic storm resulted in a dazzling display of the northern lights Sunday night in 30 states, including Wisconsin. A solar flare erupted on Friday in earth's direction, according to the NOAA's Space Weather Prediction Center. The northern lights were visible from Washington to Maine.See the Story
80% Center coverage: 5 sources