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Projects to give historical Qingdao needed face-lift

China Daily 19 May 2022
The projects will repair historical buildings, improve the infrastructure and introduce innovative business models ... Attracting new economies, new business models and more young people will be key to the revitalization and future high-quality development of the historical area, according to Zhang Lei, deputy director of Qingdao's Shibei district.
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History Nebraska CEO who evoked praise and criticism to leave this summer

Omaha World-Herald 19 May 2022
Trevor Jones, who worked aggressively to digitize Nebraska historical records and made other major changes at the state's premier historical organization, is leaving this summer ... It previously had been known as the Nebraska State Historical Society ... People are also reading….
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Historical marker honors Talbot suffragists

The Star Democrat 19 May 2022
EASTON — The Talbot Historical Society, the Maryland Women’s Heritage Center and the William G. Pomeroy Foundation unveiled a new historical marker in downtown Easton Saturday, May 14 ... “We feel strongly that markers help educate the people, the public, encourage pride of place and promote historic tourism,” Bailey read.
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GNA helps students connect to their local history

The Citizens' Voice 19 May 2022
The district has collaborated with the City of Nanticoke, particularly the Nanticoke Historical Society, to set up a display case in the main hallway of the high school ... Over the past several years, the historical display case has evolved into a rotating display of the people, places, and things that have shaped our local community.
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In One Ear: Matchless mural

The Daily Astorian 19 May 2022
Dee Zimmerlee is helping the Clatsop-Nehalem Confederated Tribes in their mission to revitalize their heritage and culture by holding a fundraiser to restore and repair a historic mural. "In 2008, Roger Cooke brought the culture and heritage of the Clatsop and Nehalem people to downtown Seaside," Zimmerlee wrote.
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Budget 2022: Māori initiatives get $1b; Pacific spending includes for Dawn Raids

NewstalkZB 19 May 2022
There would be a further $13.7m to implement the Government's commitment to deliver a Dawn Raids historical account, Minister for Pacific Peoples Aupito William Sio said.
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Saban calls out Texas A&M for using NIL deals to buy players

The Morganton News Herald 19 May 2022
“I know the consequence is going to be difficult for the people who are spending tons of money to get players,” Saban said while speaking at an event in Birmingham, Alabama, to promote the World Games being held there in July ... But I don’t know if we’re going to be able to sustain that in the future, because more and more people are doing it.
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After nearly 80 years, two Holocaust survivors reunite in Los Angeles

RTE 19 May 2022
They shared wide smiles as they met at Berci's nursing home ... "We are very fortunate that we remember these historical sites, these historical events and we can draw some conclusion," Berci said. "And we can draw attention to the present people who are around us, what's happened and what should we do that this should never, ever occur again." ... .
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Asheville, North Carolina’s Hood Huggers: Rebuilding ‘Affrilachia’

The Grio 19 May 2022
Black people have always lived in the Appalachian mountains, but Asheville’s Hood Huggers is bringing attention to their contributions to arts, environment, and social justice in the region ... Historically, people of the Appalachias were always presumed to be white, which is far from the real case.
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Oregon primaries set up competitive governor's race

The Morganton News Herald 19 May 2022
People are also reading… ... “For Johnson to win she’s going to need to get Independents, Republicans and people who weren’t the low turnout Democrat voters in the primaries — so sort of lukewarm or not as observant regular voting Democrats,” Nichols said.
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Hawaii hurricane season forecasted to be slow with La Nina

The Morganton News Herald 19 May 2022
People are also reading…. Entertainment for Historic Morganton Festival ... Chris Brenchley, director of NOAA’s Central Pacific Hurricane Center, said that people need to be prepared, regardless of the optimistic outlook ... August and September are historically active months.
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US case of monkeypox reported in Massachusetts man

The Morganton News Herald 19 May 2022
Last year, Texas and Maryland each reported a case in people who traveled to Nigeria ... In Africa, people have been infected through bites from rodents or small animals, and it does not usually spread easily among people. People are also reading…. Entertainment for Historic ...
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DAILY MAIL COMMENT: Tax cuts are welcome return to Tory values

The Daily Mail 19 May 2022
As inflation soars above 9 per cent, putting more money in people’s pockets will help them with everything from heating their homes to putting food on the table ... Boris is considering changes to Universal Credit to boost three million people’s income ... Such militancy is designed to cause maximum disruption to the largest number of people.
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Ringling Bros announces comeback tour without animal acts

The Daily Journal - San Mateo 19 May 2022
Talent teams have already conducted auditions in Argentina, Mongolia, Ethiopia, France and the United States, with more than 1,000 performers applying to join a 50-city North American tour starting in September 2023, and international dates to follow, according to the owner of the historic circus, Feld Entertainment.
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Spy agencies urged to fix open secret: a lack of diversity

The Morganton News Herald 19 May 2022
People are also reading… ... People of color remain underrepresented across the intelligence community and are less likely to be promoted ... But the person and other former officials said they sometimes felt that their identities as people of color were discounted or not fully appreciated by their employers.

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