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Feb 21 2024
Historically, community groups had to match Park Pride’s grants. The requirement shut out a lot of neighborhoods that didn’t have the resources to fundraise, Park Pride Executive Director Michael Halicki said. He said it became clear in 2020 that the nonprofit needed to change its approach. When the pandemic started, people turned to their neighborhood parks as an escape. But it also becameAtlanta Journal-Constitution
Feb 20 2024
$47 million in funding given to Clean Water Project
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WLNE) — The Rhode Island delegation gave more than $47 million in funding to the Clean Water Project.
The funding will go toward new drinking water and waste water infrastructure funding in Rhode Island.
The funds were given by the Environmental Protection Agency through the Infrastructure Investment andABC 6
May 19 2021
New York Times writer and author of the divisive “1619 Project” Nikole Hannah-Jones has lost her tenure offer at the University of North Carolina Hussman School of Journalism and Media following backlash over her “unfactual and biased” work.
The University of North Carolina is backing down from offering Hannah-Jones a tenured position at its journalism school, and will instead offerBreitbart News
Feb 18 2024
Omaha Fashion Week’s Student night is hitting the runway on Feb. 21. Many of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s student designers submitted garments from their class projects centered around denim, buildings or hats. Jaxon Gilner, a junior appeal design major, is returning for her second OFW student night with two looks. The first look is a denim-based warrior garment. The armor-inspiredThe Daily Nebraskan
Feb 24 2024
Former President Donald Trump continued to steamroll toward the 2024 Republican presidential nomination on Saturday, defeating former Gov. Nikki Haley in the South Carolina primary. Within a minute of the polls closing in South Carolina at 7 p.m. EST, The Associated Press and The New York Times projected that Trump would defeat Haley in the primary election. Trump has won all of the RepublicanBoston 25 News
Sep 06 2020
President Trump on Sunday threatened to withhold funding from California schools incorporating The New York Times’s 1619 Project in their classrooms.
"Department of Education is looking at this," Trump tweeted in response to an anonymous post claiming the Times series had been "implemented ... into the public schools" in California.
"If so, they will not be funded!" he added.The Hill
Feb 21 2024
Missouri Gov. Mike Parson (R) announced Tuesday the state will deploy up to 200 members of it’s National Guard and 22 state highway patrol troopers to the border, in an effort to heed Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s request for support. Parson said he made the decision after witnessing “the crisis” on a trip to the border two months ago, while placing blame on President Biden for what he described asThe Hill
Feb 12 2024
CASPER, Wyo. — The Natrona County School District board of trustees on Monday will consider recommendations from it infrastructure planning committee for three major maintence projects for the current fiscal year of 2023-2024, accord the board’s agenda. The recommendations will be presented to the board at its regular meeting at the Central Services building, 910 N. Glenn Road at 7 p.m.Oil City News
Nov 12 2021
The New York Times has produced a forthcoming book version of its error-riddled 1619 Project, whose outrageous central claim is that slavery and racism are the true basis of the American project — that America wasn’t founded on the proposition that “all men are created equal” but on white supremacy.
Indeed, the book’s subtitle is “A New Origin Story,” which is precisely what NikoleThe Federalist
Feb 16 2024
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) - A contract worker on Friday was killed on the job of a highway construction project around milepost 80 of the Seward Highway, according to state officials. In a press release, the Department of Transportation and Public Facilities wrote that the person was killed during bridge removal at the Twentymile River, which flows under the Seward Highway just before it roundsAlaska's News Source KTUU/KYES