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Daily Archives: Jul 16, 2021

Remodeled Walmart Supercenter provides Pullman customers a better shopping experience

Thanks to several new renovations and reconstruction on Friday, July 9, Pullman residents got a first look at the newly remodeled Walmart Supercenter at...

CREATING GOD

There is an ugly truth why some segments of white American society are so fierce in their defense of creationism. Simply put, that reason...

Rep. Joyce Beatty Arrested During Protest For Voting Rights

By Sarah Ruiz-Grossman, HuffPost Rep. Joyce Beatty (D-Ohio) was detained by U.S. Capitol Police on Thursday while protesting for voting rights alongside other Black women...

Customers diving in unique Black-owned aquatics store in Avalon Park

It sits on a street filled with clothing shops, restaurants and mom and pop stores, on 87th Street in Avalon Park. Giant images of...

Chicago Humanities Festival Returns to In-Person Events

Chicago Humanities Festival will return to in-person events with an exciting lineup of outdoor programs, centering Chicago neighborhoods. CHF’s summer programs will kick off...

Indiana State Announces $3.9 Billion State Reserve

State Auditor Tera Klutz, CPA has announced that Indiana closed the 2021 fiscal year with reserves of $3.9 billion. “Indiana once again exceeded expectations and...

1 in 3 Hoosiers use social media while behind the wheel, poll reveals

We’re used to a certain level of distraction while we’re driving: listening to a podcast about serial killers, or catching up with the sports...

VOTING RIGHTS – It is Time to fight back

The Voting Rights Act of 1965 was landmark legislation in the United States. In essence, it was designed to prohibit voter discrimination and assure...
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