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Montgomery County Commissioner Joe Gale lost his bid to secure a Republican nomination for a third term. Gale is only the second minority Republican commissioner in the history of the county. In Gale's eight years in office, the Democrats have added 52,355 voters, while the Republicans have added 895.See the Story
64% Center coverage: 25 sources
Lifestyle · Bainbridge Island
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Wayne G Austin Newton American Legion Post No 2 and the Ladies Auxillary hosted a Memorial Day observance in Greenwood Cemetery on May 29. Hundreds of flags were placed in the cemetery with the help of volunteers and Newton area Boy Scouts. The morning ceremony featured prayer by post chaplain Dan Heinze and an address by Paul Sanford.See the Story
69% Center coverage: 13 sources
LOCAL BRIEFS: June 1, 2023
Gemini: Celebrate Your Ego Month for you Geminis. Cancerian: It's a favorable time to cull unused, unliked, and unsuitable stuff. Scorpio: Spend as much money as you can afford on skillful healers. Capricorn: Be open and receptive to the most high-quality stuff.See the Story
100% Left coverage: 1 sources
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Lifestyle · Schenectady
Letter to the editor: American justice system
Candidates may submit a candidate's announcement (400 words maximum, plus a headshot) for publication in The Landmark, both in print and online. The headshot must be a high-resolution jpg file. The announcement must contain the candidate's name, town, and position being sought.See the Story
64% Center coverage: 17 sources
Schenectady · Schenectady
Whose democracy is this?
The indictment of Donald Trump as a civilian, not as a current, or former President, needs to be seen as what it is. The grand jury suggested there should be a trial, where Donald Trump and the prosecution, will get a chance to present evidence, and arguments, to convince a jury of Mr. Trump's innocence, or guilt.See the Story
61% Center coverage: 34 sources
Letter to the editor: Alternative to Sha-Ron overflow parking
After two years of Congressional action, Department of Defense study, local residents discussions, and hundreds of new name suggestions it will become Fort Liberty on June 2, 2023. Fort Bragg is named for Gen. Braxton Bragg, who served in the Confederate Army and owned a plantation.See the Story
69% Center coverage: 29 sources
Eureka, California · Eureka
Letter to the editor: Funding should not be cut
Douglas County Board of County Commissioners, the Emergency Operations Command (EOC) and the Emergency Flood Information Call Center would like to thank Cookd restaurant and owners, Bryan and Lavinia Miller for donating more than 30 lunches to Douglas County and those working through the weekend to support emergency operations.See the Story
65% Center coverage: 14 sources
Letter to the editor: Price gouging should not be tolerated
"I feel a need to have a voice in a potential name change," says Richard Karch. Karch has lived in Fort Bragg for almost 45 years. "It would be an honor," he says, "to have a new name for the town that befits and honors those who love it"See the Story
78% Center coverage: 18 sources
Waukegan · Waukegan
Letter to the editor: Ashamed
Al Herling's comment on purchasing at Del Webb rather than The Villages is food for thought. A Board of Directors comprised solely of residents can, not infrequently, lead to gross mismanagement, financial ruin, and chaos. I wish all of us the best of luck in both locales.See the Story
42% Right coverage: 12 sources
Letter to the editor: Hating what you don't understand
It's provably false that KanCare expansion will prevent Rural Hospitals from closing, says Gov. Sam Brownback. Kansas voting rights campaign to combat election fraud conspiracies. Tips for Designing and Maintaining a Low-Maintenance Garden. The first 100+ days of the 118th Congress.See the Story
67% Center coverage: 9 sources