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Editorial summary: Georgia | Miami Herald

Dalton Daily Citizen. October 5, 2021. Editorial: After a year of hiatus, the Prater’s Mill Country Fair returns this weekend for its 50th anniversary After being canceled last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the annual Prater’s Mill Country Fair at the Mill Grounds in Varnell returns on Saturday and …

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Editorial team | | redandblack.com

FALL 2021 EDITORIAL | 706-433-3027 Editor-in-Chief | Jacqueline GaNun | E-mail Jacqueline GaNun is the editor-in-chief of The Red & Black. She is a student at the University of Georgia and studies journalism, international affairs and French. She has held several roles in the news bureau, including editor-in-chief and COVID-19 …

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From the Community Editorial Board: John Eastman

The central role of former CU Boulder guest researcher John Eastman in Trump’s attempts to overturn the 2020 election is well documented in the new book “Peril” by Washington Post journalists Bob Woodward and Robert Costa. Your opinion ? It’s embarrassing to admit that I defended Eastman in this space …

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Smart solar growth in the Adirondacks

Never say that New York has regulations for everything. Just two years ago, the Adirondack Park Agency shelved plans to release a renewable energy development policy, saying “policy updates were unnecessary.” This is not true, especially when it comes to solar farms. Agency staff, as the Adirondack Explorer recently reported …

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Editorial: UNC Should Offer Content Creation Courses

Ten years ago, the typical responses to “what do you want to be when you grow up?” Could have been ‘ballerina’, ‘doctor’, ‘teacher’ or even ‘astronaut’, but advancements in technology and increased use of social media have introduced a new response – ‘an influencer’. Content creation and influence are growing …

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Editorial summary: Kentucky | Kentucky News

Ashland Daily Independent. September 24, 2021. Editorial: Give the vaccine a real shot How long will this continue? The COVID-19 pandemic is approaching its second anniversary. It means two years of terrible illness, two years of death, two years of separation from family and friends, two years of businesses struggling …

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I couldn’t be more proud | Editorials

We are the best weekly newspaper of our size in the state. It’s not just our opinion – we have the Gold Cup to prove it. The Missourian won a record 51 awards in the Missouri Press Association’s 2021 Better Newspaper competition on Saturday, including the coveted Gold Cup, which …

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Editorial: Eliminate the trauma of tourism

Chennai: He carries the torch of experiential travel that eschews the excesses of luxury suites and instead opts for the lived-in feel of a homestay in the hills, who values ​​a connection with other humans rather than shell out ridiculous amounts of money for it. decadent hobbies. However, in the …

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State Crime Report Mostly Good News | Editorials

News-Miner Reviews: The Department of Public Safety’s 2020 Alaska Crime Report had great news for the state: There was a reduction in Alaska crime in most categories over the past year. Reports from 32 state police departments showed Alaska’s overall crime rate fell 18.5%, continuing a trend that began in …

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Editorial summary: Kansas | State

Kansas City Star. XX September 2021. Editorial: Fans of Kansas leader baselessly fear Afghan refugees are sick terrorists During and after the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan, Republicans blamed President Joe Biden for leaving our Afghan allies vulnerable. This was valid criticism, albeit highly hypocritical, since the peace deal …

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Masthead National Geographic

Susan goldbergEditor-in-Chief, National Geographic; Editorial Director, National Geographic Partners Executive team Debra Adams Simmons, Editor-in-chief / History and cultureDavid Brindley, Editor-in-chief / magazinesWhitney johnson, Director / Visuals & Immersive ExperiencesIndira lakshmanan, Senior Executive Editor / News & ArticlesEmmet Smith, creative directorAlissa swango, Editor-in-Chief / DigitalMichael tribble, Editor-in-chief / Integrated editorial …

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An incredible community | Editorials

Davis County has gone to extraordinary lengths to bring back its traditional summer celebrations this year. The Fort Bloomfield rodeo drew large crowds and showcased new technology for instant reruns and live streams. The Davis County Fair drew huge crowds, although three evenings of grandstand entertainment had to be canceled …

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Editorial Board | Journal of Clinical Microbiology

EDITORS Carey-Ann D. Burnham, Editor and briefcase (2024) Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, Mo. Angela M. Caliendo, Editor and Point-Counterpoint (2022) Warren Alpert School of Medicine at Brown University, Providence, RI. John P. Dekker, Editor (2024) National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland.. Daniel J. Diekema, Editor (2023) University …

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It’s High Time for DC State | Editorials

Marc H. Morial “Congress has both the moral obligation and the constitutional authority to pass the Washington State Bill. This country was founded on the principles of non-taxation without representation and consent of the governed, but DC residents are taxed without representation and cannot consent to the laws under which …

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EDITORIAL: The Parking Problem, Part 3

Read the first part Before the working session on Tuesday, June 29 at City Hall – where the Planning Commission was going to discuss the downtown parking problem – I decided to get an idea of ​​the seriousness of this problem. For the record. Rumor has it that our 4th …

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Marty Patail will lead editorial content and strategy for SagaCity Media; Fiona McCann becomes editor of Portland Monthly

SagaCity Media is aggressively investing as US cities reappear with new enthusiasm for local businesses and media. Tweet this Mr. Patail will oversee the growing editorial teams of all of the company’s lifestyle publications, including Sarasota Magazine, Seattle Met, Houstonia, and Portland monthly. There, it will bring an increased level …

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EDITORIAL: Walking with the Broadband Band Wagon, Part 2

Read the first part The mission of the HUBZone program is to promote job growth, capital investment and economic development in historically underutilized activity zones … by providing contractual assistance to small businesses located in these economically struggling communities. … – US Department of Defense Office of Small Business Programs …

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One Texan’s “electoral integrity” is another’s “voter suppression”. A question about the vote? We have answers.

One person’s “electoral integrity” is always another person’s “voter suppression” – even after all the ink poured into these pages to clarify the difference. Today, we’re trying a different format to complement our editorials on voting: a straightforward Q&A that strives to answer lingering questions with clear answers. Many queries …

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A day that transcends politics | Editorials

In 1863, more than 100 people died when anti-conscription riots raged in New York City. The rioters who opposed the Union project were particularly aimed at abolitionists and blacks. In 1917, socialists like Eugene Debs were arrested under the Espionage Act, passed by Congress to prevent “interference in the success …

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Kenosha News Editorial: Sheriff’s Department Body Cameras Provide Evidence and Protection for Members of Parliament and the Public | Editorial

Tesla stop squad camera front view Support local journalism Your membership makes our reporting possible. {{feature_button_text}} The cameras are still on, but start recording when certain triggers occur. Squad cameras start recording when the light bar is activated or when the vehicle reaches a speed of 90 miles per hour. …

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Local journalism is essential infrastructure, but can the independent free press remain free when federal funding kicks in? | Editorials

Opinion of News-Miner: U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell, if successful, would subsidize local newspapers and broadcasters with $ 2.3 billion in public funding – in grants and tax credits – as part of the $ 2.3 trillion infrastructure plan of President Joe Biden’s dollars. To that end, the Washington Democrat earlier …

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The tradition of Colorado burro racing.

Slate home page editors spend a lot of time researching editorial photos to put on our site. Sometimes these searches give unexpected results: random, confusing, and fascinating photos that don’t belong on the homepage, but are too good not to be shared. Every week, we will share the strangest son …

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EDITORIAL: Log Cabins vs Cargo Containers, Part 4

Read the first part I sat down with a local real estate agent last month to discuss our “hot” (but also terrifying) real estate market in Pagosa Springs. The market is considered “hot” because there is more demand than supply; it’s a ‘sellers’ market’ where you can quite easily sell …

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Editorial: Mad Max Syndrome – SUNSTAR

Hubris of the sick kind. Cebu City Transportation Bureau (CCTO) is posting images of motorcycle groups and individuals on its social media page this week. The agency said concerned citizens had returned photographs and videos of the incidents, the most egregious of them apparently allowing it to easily identify violations. …

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