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Christina Lords Apr 10
We've produced 150 stories to inform our community about coronavirus — all free. You'll see changes w/ our paywall on SOME stories, starting today. Will you support local journalists with a subscription to make sure we can write the next 150?
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Andrew Sheeler Aug 11
This newsy afternoon seems like a good time to remind folks that it takes time and money to report the news quickly and accurately. If you're able to , please do so. And always remember to .
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David Neal Sep 10
As I make my morning cafe Cubano... The first ventanita: How Miami invented the windows that imported Cuban coffee culture. by the best writer on our staff, ⁦⁩.
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Fresno Bee Sep 8
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Marta O. Craviotto Jul 27
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Anita Lee May 13
This column is about some of the stories I've covered and what the Sun Herald means to South Mississippi. Links are included so you can contribute in support of strong local journalism during these perilous times. Fund.
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Sarah Spicer Jul 5
My 96 year old grandma said my story was special for two reasons -- 1) it takes a special writer to make something as boring as ticks interesting and 2) it's not the worst thing you could read during quarantine SO
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Bennett Conlin May 13
Be sure to this morning by checking out this Amazon-approved buying guide! The instant pot featured is a 7-in-1 appliance, which is super relevant to us, because many of our reporters and editors do the work of about seven people.
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Virginia Bridges Aug 9
Why did this happen? How often does have ? What did it feel like? We have all those answers and more.
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Nick Wooten Jul 2
Almost 3,500 new cases. It's a record. The previous record was set yesterday. Current hospitalizations also reached an all-time high.
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Jon Manley Jul 20
He grew up playing basketball at the Al Davies Boys & Girls Club and was a key part of the 2000 Foss Falcons state championship team. Now takes over as the head coach of the TCC men's basketball program.
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Peter Baniak Jun 17
“Maybe, maybe 25 people left to be seen and they turn us away,” said Deborah McLaughlin, 47, who was sunburned and crying. “And they turn us away.”
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Stacia Glenn Jun 14
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Matt L. Stephens Aug 6
The Charlotte Observer, Herald-Sun and other local media outlets sued UNC (and won) for not it not disclosing information about sexual assaults in Chapel Hill. This story is part of what was being covered up. Just another reason why you should
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Brian Tolley Aug 4
Proud of the talented, tireless team at . There for the community; there for each other. Rock on. .
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Kristian Hernandez May 29
As part of this investigation I tracked down a U.S. citizen whose name and Social Security # were being used to pay an undocumented worker from Quality Sausage Company who died of COVID-19. The 38-year-old Dallas man had no idea.
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Chris Wilbers Sep 3
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Andy Bechtel Aug 2
I just renewed my subscription. $376 for a year isn't cheap, but I value news about the Triangle and NC. 📰
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Janelle Morrison Aug 31
Carmel is made up of some rather remarkable people, like Jon Busch! Thanks to Jon at High Performance Goalkeeping for allowing us to share your story! May it inspire young athletes and entrepreneurs!
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Michael Roehrman Jul 9
. visual journalist shot and then stitched together nearly 33,000 individual photos to create this time lapse of spring in the Flint Hills.
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