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New serial story to start for 2013

May 23, 2013

Life’s no field of clover for Manny. Over the years, his kind has gotten stuck with a bad rep. They’re believed to be lazy, ugly and dumb. Manny has had it up to his long ears with this pile ...

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Background checks to buy firearms finds some consensus

Apr 30, 2013

Five years ago, David Steed started a career as a state corrections officer working in Athens, GA. In that time, multiple culprits felt the cold steel of his handcuffs on their wrists for illegally carrying ...

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Gun control issue fosters disconnect between feds and states

Apr 30, 2013

At 9:33 a.m., I was giving a presentation in my Mass Media and Society class at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. I was discussing the ethical implications of social media and journalism all the while ...

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Gun control legislation in IL spurs heated debate

Apr 30, 2013

The push for more restrictive gun control laws has spurred debate throughout the nation and the state of Illinois, with public opinion hinging on factors of tragedy and constitutionality.

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In Mississippi, protecting the Second Amendment is the emotional issue

Apr 30, 2013

Rep. Allan Nunnelee, R-Tupelo, wanted to make sure he left no doubt how he felt on the question of any gun restrictions.

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NNA Foundation officers elected

Nov 28, 2012

A new slate of officers was elected to lead the National Newspaper Association Foundation during the NNA convention in Charleston, SC.

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Serial Story about dog mascots of the Civil War will appear in newspapers all over the U.S.

Feb 1, 2012

Whether you’re a Civil War buff or not, you may think you know many of the stories of the battles between the states, but there’s a good chance you have never heard these tales … or, ...

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