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Grayslake library program teaches WWII vets to record their memoirs

Every day, 850 World War II veterans die – taking their stories with them. According to the Department of Veterans Affairs, an estimated two million veterans of World War II are still alive – most at ... read more

Great Falls Authors Celebrate Published Works

Life’s challenges, solutions, and stories worth sharing are among published works that more than a dozen local authors will celebrate on Saturday, June 2, at the Great Falls Library ... village until ... read more

Recording war stories: A Monday Q&A

101 Questions to Help You Record and Preserve Your Military Memories." "We think of this as the diary that people never kept, a chance to write their memoirs." A. Absolutely. My father was in bomb dis... read more

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Portrait of an era

As editor of the Record ... teaching job with UH's Ethnic Studies program, a position that enabled him to pass on his knowledge and experience to a new generation of socially conscious students. He en... read more

Navy Seals: A battle for the conscience

"This is a battle for the conscience of the SEALs," a recently retired senior ... up in the age of the Internet and instant online communications simply feel it's their right to talk about their work, ... read more

Jerome M. Elliott

He joined many Wisconsin lawyers in teaching ... the Veterans Room honoring all Beloit Area veterans killed in war with a special salute to the Beloit Area Veterans of the 50th Anniversary of their gr... read more

Arlington Weekend Fun: April 1-10

The program will culminate ... human displacement of World War II. Free. Visit for more. Legislative Breakfast. 7-9 a.m. at Army Navy Country Club, 1700 Army Navy Drive. Loc... read more

Why the Bailout Bill Failed

On the liberal end of the spectrum, most members believe this really does represent a "bailout" of Wall Street and a power grab by the Bush administration, and that the current crisis vindicates their ... read more

The Cafeteria is Wide Open

Actual Church teaching: CCC 2314 “Every act of war directed to the indiscriminate destruction of whole cities or vast areas with their inhabitants is a crime against God and man, which merits firm and ... read more

REVISITED: 100 Objects in 100 Days

The "100 Objects in 100 Days" series in 2014 was the catalyst for a second series on Orangeburg County history titled "Vintage Orangeburg County," the Calhoun County "Faces & Places" 100-day series an... read more

Downtown Happenings Through Aug. 6

Chattanooga attorney Jac Chambliss, at age 96, has two new books and will be at Rock Point Books this Wednesday, Aug. 1, beginning at 12:30 p.m. to sign them-Persuasion: Memoirs of a Trial ... 5:30 p. ... read more

McCain Gets $7 Million Bounce from Palin Pick

Sen. John McCain has taken in $7 million in contributions since announcing Gov. Sarah Palin as his running mate, a top campaign aide said today. The money bounce may owe to Palin's appeal with conserv... read more

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