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TRAVERSE CITY, Mich.  — Two men accused of attacking a newspaper reporter at a meeting of residents who oppose this northwest Michigan public schools' mask mandate for students and staff  have been charged in the case.

Although many Americans have been able to experience a small amount of normalcy over the past few months, health care workers have once again seen a surge in patients who are sick with COVID-19. We cannot lose sight that these individuals have sacrificed so much over the past year or so.

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ATLANTA —  It’s been two weeks since Valdosta resident Christy Vrandopulo talked to her fiance,’ “Noor,” an Afghan soldier who trained at Moody Air Force Base for about two years; he was in Kabul Aug. 12 as the Taliban began its takeover of the city. 

I have been following the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan, which has ended the 20-year war. America has lost thousands of troops and spent trillions of dollars to fight a war on foreign soil.

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Millions of supporters recently celebrated the former president's 60th birthday on Aug. 4. Seeing Obama over the years has been inspiring for me.

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There is a developing thin line in mainstream journalism ethics between what’s acceptable and what’s not in defining impartial, independent news coverage.

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TAHLEQUAH, Oklahoma – State GOP Chairman John Bennett, already under fire for a recent Facebook post comparing the treatment of unvaccinated Americans to the persecution of Jews in the Holocaust, made other baseless claims when he spoke to the Cherokee County Chapter of the Oklahoma 2nd Amendment Association Tuesday night.

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VALDOSTA, Georgia – July 22 was a day to celebrate for David Jonathan “D.J.” Davis and his group, the Action Sociology Anthropology Club at Valdosta State University.

TAHLEQUAH, Oklahoma – The two Cherokee tribes in Northeast Oklahoma – Cherokee Nation and United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians – recently held a Tri-Council meeting with the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, and in an unified voice advocated for greater protections for Indigenous women and opposed the recognition of "fabricated" Cherokee tribes.

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