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Growing community-led investigations: the Bureau’s new pilot project

The Bureau of Investigative Journalism 06 Feb 2023
We want to put journalism at the heart of communities, equipping them to commission and shape investigations and leaving a legacy of learning for others to access ... The lack of representation in UK journalism in general, particularly at senior levels, means that the choice of which ...
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With grants, Obsidian looks to continue telling stories of African diaspora

Marietta Daily Journal 06 Feb 2023
Feb. 5—NORMAL — Sheree Reneé Thomas first learned about the literary journal Obsidian as a kid by finding it on the shelves of the Memphis Public Library, next to other Black-focused publications. Now she is the associate editor of the ... .
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Ukraine will Used the Weapons to Attack Moscow – They Lied

Armstrong Economics 06 Feb 2023
There is no longer any independent journalism left. I had learned in grade school history class that the media created the Spanish American War. Pulitzer later felt guilty and donated his assets to Columbia University to hand out awards for journalists when Pulitzer was the father of yellow journalism and sheer corruption ... ....
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Community Update: A calendar of area classes, fundraisers and events

Fort Wayne Journal Gazette 06 Feb 2023
Main St.; ages 18 and older can learn basics of book binding with Hannah Burnworth and leave with a blank journal; materials provided; $85; register at www.artlinkfw.org/bookbinding-workshop ... 14, Astronomy on March 14 and Botany and Biology on April 11; open to students learning ...
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FACT FOCUS: Egg shortage breeds chicken-feed conspiracies

The Berkshire Eagle 06 Feb 2023
Social media users claim to have found a new culprit for sky-high egg prices. chicken feed ... “They are now price gouging eggs to make bank.”. But poultry experts say there’s no evidence for such claims. Here’s a closer look at the facts. CLAIM ... THE FACTS. U.S ... Democratic U.S ... Learn more about fact-checking at AP ... Quality local journalism needs your support.
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Inquiry, curiosity, observation: Explore nature journaling at Hamilton gallery

Ravalli Republic 05 Feb 2023
With a focus on nature journaling, Explore the Arts Center in Hamilton is holding a fun and festive “Love of Art and Nature” show and fundraiser from noon to 3 p.m ...Everything about nature journaling and this event feels like a win-win to me,” said event organizer Amy Monteith.
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'Extremely frustrating' — Lincoln Northwest students still waiting to get into new school's auditorium

Lincoln Journal Star 05 Feb 2023
JUSTIN WAN, Journal Star ... JUSTIN WAN, Journal Star ... JUSTIN WAN, Journal Star ... JUSTIN WAN, Journal Star ... JUSTIN WAN, Journal Star ... JUSTIN WAN, Journal Star. Lincoln Northwest High School freshmen (from left) James Rodney, James King and Austen Mykhaylyshyn gather at the "learning stairs" Monday. JUSTIN WAN, Journal Star ... JUSTIN WAN, Journal Star.
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Stark County roundup: News from around the Canton region

The Suburbanite 05 Feb 2023
Canal Fulton library plans programs. CANAL FULTON – The Canal Fulton Public Library, 154 E. Market St., has scheduled the following programs. To register, call 330-854-4148 or stop by the information desk.6 p.m. Tuesday. Marvel Cinematic Universe Trivia Party ... Thursday ... Saturday ... Learn about bullet journals and how to create these journal/planner hybrids ... .
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North Hunterdon boys basketball knocks off top-seeded Phillipsburg in county quarters

Lehigh Valley 05 Feb 2023
There were no strategic halftime adjustments. There were no personnel changes. 2/4 - 1.00 PM Boys Basketball Final. North Hunterdon 49. Phillipsburg 37. Complete Box Score » ... “I know it was more aggressiveness on my part. I was playing good defense, but I was lazy on offense.” ... No ... 21 ... “They’re learning to play together.”. Our journalism needs your support.
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Follow passion but read more, students told

The Manila Times 04 Feb 2023
"I know many people who have studied journalism, but they chose different careers because their journalistic training was good," Ang said ... He also urged those who will enter journalism or media, or even any other discipline, to read books, newspapers and even online news websites to learn how stories are written and messages are being crafted.
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Layoffs begin at Indiana State

Tribune Star 04 Feb 2023
Lori Henson, who has taught journalism at Indiana State University for 11 years, learned Friday that she is among faculty and other employees losing their jobs because of enrollment losses and budget cuts ... .
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Layoffs begin at Indiana State University

Lebanon Reporter 04 Feb 2023
Lori Henson, who has taught journalism at Indiana State University for 11 years, learned Friday that she is among faculty and other employees losing their jobs because of enrollment losses and budget cuts ... .
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Retracing a historical adventure: Journal, book recount 1907 Yellowstone roadtrip from Butte

Victoria Advocate 04 Feb 2023
At the age of 23 he traveled to Yellowstone with friends, recording the adventure in his journal ... Yet the adventure from Butte to Yellowstone National Park took place in 1907, its details recorded for posterity in a journal written by a then 23-year-old James J ... He’s hoping other readers feel the same, while also learning about Yellowstone.
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Western Daughters Kitchen OpenS at CSU Spur, Becoming a Second Location for the Popular Denver-Based Company

North Forty News 04 Feb 2023
The CSUSpur campus provides immersive learning experiences and cutting-edge research across three buildings ... Learn more at CSUSpur.org ... Show your support for Local Journalism by helping us do more of it.
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Conservatives take aim at tenure for university professors

Fort Wayne Journal Gazette 04 Feb 2023
MISSION, Kan. – When Lt. Gov ... Patrick said he took it as a message to “go to hell.” ... “Maybe we need to look at tenure,” Patrick said at a news conference in November ... Max McCoy, Emporia State’s sole journalism professor, penned a column that began, “I may be fired for writing this” – before learning this would be his last year teaching at the school ... .

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