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By Patricia | The Skanner News
Published: 26 June 2014

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New Online Order Form to Place a Wedding Announcement for Print or Web

We now have online classified ad and announcement ordering for your convenience. Place your ad or announcement in print, online or both using our new quick and easy form… Click here to purchase a wedding announcement.

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Benjamin F. Chavis, Jr. Named NNPA Interim President and CEO

He was the leader of the Wilmington Ten, a group of wrongly convicted activists who were recently pardoned by North Carolina Gov. Bev Perdue… For all the information click here

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Albina Head Start Appeals State Funding Decision

The Albina Head Start community has been deeply shaken by the partial loss of grant funding through the new state agency in charge of early childhood education programs… To read the whole story click here

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Celilo Arc Will Honor Tribes, Salmon and a Lost Way of Life

To make sure the history is never forgotten and to honor the legacy of the tribes, the Confluence Project has chosen Celilo to host a large public art installation… To read all about it click here

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Retail Pot: Worry About Teens – and the Prison Population

Gov. Inslee rolls out new guidelines to keep kids away from cannabis, and a task force to head off massive prison growth… To check the details click here

Black Publishers to Hold 2014 NNPA Annual Convention in Portland

With hundreds of newspapers reaching a combined audience of some 15 million people, the NNPA continues to play a crucial role in civil rights and economic empowerment for Black Americans

The National Newspaper Publishers Convention will be Jun 25-28 in Portland.


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