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US Rep. John Lewis: A First Amendment Champion

Jul 23, 2020

Few people in history have so exemplified the hopes of the nation’s founders that the First Amendment’s strong protection for the freedoms of religion, speech, press, assembly and petition ...

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Legacy.com launches 20 new local news partnerships

Jul 14, 2020

These new affiliates will now offer their readers and local funeral homes the benefits of our newest memorialization platform, one designed to connect a hyperlocal audience across the digital landscape ...

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Graph Communication Advisors Group reorganized, renamed in honor of the late Raymond J. Prince

Jul 14, 2020

The group’s purpose is to keep the graphic communication industry alive and vibrant by helping industry companies solve problems, come up with new ideas for expanding business, and to serve as a ...

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Saying goodbye to a part of history ⁠— remembering Marj Carpenter (1927-2020)

Jul 1, 2020

Marj Carpenter worked for 28 years as a field reporter with newspapers in Pecos, Andrews and Big Spring, Texas, and she was recognized throughout West Texas as a journalist, historian and supporter ...

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Nolan Porterfield (1920-2020)

Jul 1, 2020

Nolan Porterfield, author, journalist, educator and broadcaster, died May 18, 2020, in Bowling Green, Kentucky. 

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Don Swart (1934-2020)

Jul 1, 2020

Donald L. Swart of Joseph, Oregon, lost his life on May 12, 2020, after battling cancer for many years. 

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‘Jim’ Keisman (1938-2020)

Jul 1, 2020

James H. ‘Jim’ Keisman, retired advertising director for the Seminole (Oklahoma) Producer, died May 26, 2020.

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Chelsea Cook (1936-2020)

Jul 1, 2020

Chelsea C. Cook, a former editor at the Henryetta (Oklahoma) Free-Lance, died Jan. 20, 2020. He was 84. Cook was born Dec. 21, 1936, in Marysville, California. He studied music at the University of Oklahoma ...

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Fred B. Hilton Jr. (1937-2020)

Jul 1, 2020

Fred B. Hilton Jr., a former sports editor at the Ponca City (Oklahoma) News, died March 3, 2020.

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