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Good afternoon and happy Wednesday! In this morning's front pages, an elementary school in Indiana celebrates Read Across America Day all week, a fishing tournament in Alabama has an unexpected winner, the Native American community in California struggles to be recognized throughout the pandemic, the Lewiston Roundup in Idaho hopes for a comeback after a quiet year, and a farming initiative in Florida expands their network to provide nutrition to more locals. As always, our news selections are curated and inspired by the front pages provided by
Happy Wednesday! In today's news, Kansas embraces new solutions to food insecurity, Indiana addresses racial microaggressions in local government, high school students in New Hampshire are inspired to take a spring fundraiser to a more meaningful level, Colorado slowly rebuilds terrain after having endured several devastating fires, and Tiger Woods miraculously survives a horrific car crash in California.As always, our selections are curated from the front pages provided by https://www.freedomforum.org/....
Good afternoon! Today's news focuses on updates from the Biden administration, police conduct reform, freezing temperatures in Texas, and more. As always, our selections are inspired by the front pages provided by https://www.freedomforum.org/. El Buen Samaritano shelter in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico. Image courtesy of Rick Jervis fo...
Happy Wednesday! In today's front pages, Connecticut lawmakers look towards establishing the CROWN Act in the state, Alabama reviews its gambling laws, New Mexico reevaluate their parks department, volunteer organizations team together to support senior citizens in Massachusetts, and a high school in Georgia increases its social and emotional support efforts after enduring a tragedy. As always, our selections are curated from the front pages provided by https://www.freedomforum.org/.
Good afternoon! Today's front pages announce new candidates for governor of California, a growing mutual aid effort in Louisiana, new and expansive mural commissions in Illinois, a recent update with SpaceX, and BLM protests in Mississippi regarding an incident of police misconduct. As always, our news selections are inspired by the front pages at https://www.freedomforum.org/.
Good afternoon, and welcome to today's front pages. Our stories today include some sweet tales of animal rescue and the return of a beloved film festival, with some updates regarding struggles with intense weather and wildlife preservation in some Western states. As always, our selections are inspired by the front pages provided by https://www.freedomforum.org/
In today's headlines around the world, Joe Biden is inaugurated as President of the United States, the vaccination process pushes forward, and controversy arises as some schools begin to reopen. As always, our news selections our inspired by the front pages of https://www.freedomforum.org/.President Joe Biden and First Lady Dr. Jill Biden....
Good afternoon! Today's front pages take a look at the vaccination process, winter sport activities, and some accomplishments in local government, artistry, and more. As always, our selections are curated using the front pages of https://www.newseum.org/. Image courtesy...
Today in the front pages, the world embraces change as communities fight for what's important to them and negotiate how to move forward together as we process the last year. As always, our selections are inspired by https://www.newseum.org/. Pitcher Plants in the Mobile Delta. Image courtesy of Ben Raines.
In today's headlines around the world, the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine has arrived in select cities around the United States, police reform is underway in a county in New York, the future of the monarch butterfly species remains in jeopardy, an innocent man is finally released from prison, and a lawsuit continues to fight for the educational needs of Native American students in New Mexico. As always, our selections are inspired by the front pages of Newseum.org.