Meredith Historical Society Resumes Program Series | Advertisement

MEREDITH – The Meredith Historical Society has announced the resumption of its 2021 series of programs. The summer / fall program will start on Tuesday August 3rd with a program called “George Sanborn – Meredith’s Progressive Champion” presented by Rudy Van Veghten. Rudy will review Sanborn’s accomplishments, including his founding …

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A Deeper Look at Critical Race Theory

In last week’s column on Critical Race Theory, I said that I had barely scratched the surface of this complex movement. To dig deeper, I turned to a collection of essays from the founders and early adherents of the movement – “Critical Race Theory: The Key Writings That Formed the …

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Pedro Castillo proclaimed President-elect of Peru

LIMA, Peru – His parents were peasants who had never learned to read. As a child, he walked for hours to school, before becoming a teacher himself. Then, two months ago, he burst onto Peru’s national political scene as a dissenting candidate with a captivating call to the polls: “No …

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The Caseville Historical Society launches its first walking tour

The Caseville Historical Society is continually looking for ways to enrich the lives of those interested in the history of the region. With that in mind, they’re sponsoring something new this summer. Called the Historic Walking Tour of Downtown Caseville, the event will be self-guided. Anyone interested is welcome to …

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