Sixth Democratic debate: Highlights from MilwaukeeSixth Democratic debate: Highlights from MilwaukeeTwo days after Sanders' resounding victory over Clinton in the New Hampshire primary, the Democratic candidates faced off on the debate stage in Milwaukee.
Today in History for February 11thToday in History for February 11thHighlights of this day in history: South Africa frees Nelson Mandela; Allied leaders in the last months of World War II sign the Yalta accords; Ayatollah Khomeini's followers seize power in Iran; inventor Thomas Edison born. (Feb. 11)
Local MLK breakfast attended by hundredsLocal MLK breakfast attended by hundredsMLK Breakfast encouraged people to work for closer relationships locally
The talk of the Dem debate in MilwaukeeThe talk of the Dem debate in MilwaukeeHere's the best social media chatter from the Democratic debate in Milwaukee.
Today In History: Feb. 11Today In History: Feb. 11Feb. 11 in history
Good Shepherd seeks light on death penaltyGood Shepherd seeks light on death penaltyDeath penalty issues will be explored at the church Feb. 19 and 20 in a symposium titled: Human Rights and Religion — Dignity of the Individual and the Death Penalty.
Letters to the editor: Mideast boycotts wrongLetters to the editor: Mideast boycotts wrongSend your views to email@example.com
Idris Elba: Diversity dearth is cross-pond problemIdris Elba: Diversity dearth is cross-pond problemAs some urge Oscar boycott over diversity, British star says it's problem in Britain, too.
One man's story of struggle and missionary impactOne man's story of struggle and missionary impactPaul Kitch, 81, recently told his story to members of the Kiwanis Club of Ozark Empire, starting with a harrowing journey in 1942.
We can change for the betterWe can change for the betterWe can change for the better
Cassandra Spratling: A farewell to readersCassandra Spratling: A farewell to readers Veteran reporter Cassandra Spratling's farewell column to Free Press readers
Blatter y Platini suspendidos de la FIFA por ocho añosBlatter y Platini suspendidos de la FIFA por ocho añosJoseph Blatter y Michel Platini, fueron expulsados del deporte por conflicto de intereses y otras violaciones
Sepp Blatter blames United States for his eight-year FIFA banSepp Blatter blames United States for his eight-year FIFA banThe FIFA president was found guilty of violating the organization's ethics rules.
FIFA ethics court bans Blatter, Platini for 8 yearsFIFA ethics court bans Blatter, Platini for 8 yearsFIFA court bans Blatter, Platini for 8 years; Defiant Blatter: 'I will fight until the end'
Pool our resources to improve our schoolsPool our resources to improve our schoolsSeveral actions can improve resource support for low-income students as long-term, systemic changes are developed.
College of the Desert names citizens of distinctionCollege of the Desert names citizens of distinctionJust how distinctive were the Citizens of Distinction honored by COD last week? Well, any five-some that can lure 360 busy-busy socialites to a midweek luncheon during high season has got to be pretty darn distinctive! And so they were:
South Africa debates taboo question: Was Mandela a sellout?South Africa debates taboo question: Was Mandela a sellout?Nelson Mandela is known by many epithets: freedom fighter, anti-apartheid hero, global icon.
Beach and supporters celebrate freedomBeach and supporters celebrate freedomBarry Beach and supporters meet in Great Falls to celebrate freedom
College of the Desert honors 'citizens of distinction'College of the Desert honors 'citizens of distinction'Five distinguished Coachella Valley residents were honored for their contributions to College of the Desert during a luncheon Thursday at the Renaissance Indian Wells Resort & Spa.
Stephen Curry scores 44 as perfect Warriors beat RaptorsStephen Curry scores 44 as perfect Warriors beat RaptorsWith the win, the Golden State Warriors improved 21-0.
LSUS professor receives leadership awardLSUS professor receives leadership awardDr. William D. Pederson, professor of political science and the American Studies Endowed Chair at LSUS, was presented the 2015 Association of Third World Studies (ATWS) Outstanding Leadership Award at the 33rd annual conference of the ATWS held in Quito, Ecuador on...
African Night to pay tribute at SCSU on SaturdayAfrican Night to pay tribute at SCSU on SaturdayAfrica Week at St. Cloud State University will end with dinner, dancing and more
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Prince Harry dances and charms for charity in AfricaPrince Harry dances and charms for charity in AfricaHe's still got that beard he grew during his last visit to his favorite continent.
Today In History: Dec. 5Today In History: Dec. 5Dec. 5 in history.
Letter: Disobeying police should not result in deathLetter: Disobeying police should not result in deathBelief that we need to comply and we’ll be safe puts us on a slippery slope
Titan women's soccer team had a season to rememberTitan women's soccer team had a season to rememberThe motto was “Ke Nako” and in many ways the Eastern Florida women’s soccer team lived up to that motto.
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