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The Concord Issue 1 By Newspaper Staff
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Concordia Lutheran High School Student Newspaper, Issue 1, Nov-Dec.
Mother Develops Materials to Help Kids With Autism By Newspaper Article
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When Laura Behrendt could not find the educational materials she needed for her daughter, Maggie, she started making her own. Now those materials are being made available to families around the world... More > with children that have special learning needs. This is a free download of a recent newspaper article.< Less
Fagots from the Campfire By The Newspaper Man
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The Last Newspaper By Gary Goldhammer
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“The newspaper industry landscape is littered with digital tombstones, from layoffs at The Associated Press to The Christian Science Monitor going almost completely online. Yet the future is... More > bright. For where there is journalism, there is hope.” Former newspaper journalist and professional new media consultant Gary Goldhammer pulls from his years of blog writing to analyze the decline of newspapers -- and in doing so finds the bright spots where news, and storytelling, will thrive in the new decade. The Last Newspaper is a mix of true stories, anecdotes, humor and longing for a time in journalism not completely gone, yet perhaps disappearing too soon.< Less
The Last Newspaper By Gary Goldhammer
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“The newspaper industry landscape is littered with digital tombstones, from layoffs at The Associated Press to The Christian Science Monitor going almost completely online. Yet the future is... More > bright. For where there is journalism, there is hope.” Former newspaper journalist and professional new media consultant Gary Goldhammer pulls from his years of blog writing to analyze the decline of newspapers -- and in doing so finds the bright spots where news, and storytelling, will thrive in the new decade. The Last Newspaper is a mix of true stories, anecdotes, humor and longing for a time in journalism not completely gone, yet perhaps disappearing too soon.< Less
The Newspaper Box By David Telles
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An old homeless man dies leaving a fortune hidden in a newspaper box. Will Little Danny be able to find it?
The Solid Newspaper By Andy Mor
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The Solid Newspaper A Short Story by Mr Pseudonym Helen Olsson looked at the solid newspaper in her hands and felt barmy. She walked over to the window and reflected on her pretty surroundings. She... More > had always loved magical Berlin with its elated, excited estuaries. It was a place that encouraged her tendency to feel barmy. Then she saw something in the distance, or rather someone. It was the figure of Roger Jolie. Roger was an articulate do gooder with wobbly thighs and grubby warts.< Less
The Squidgy Newspaper By R. S. Arrow Blackay
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The Squidgy Newspaper A Short Story by R. S. Arrow-Blackay Christian Meadows had always loved chilly Cardiff with its grubby, greasy gates. It was a place where he felt worried. He was a callous,... More > clever, tea drinker with curvaceous ankles and brunette toenails. His friends saw him as a diced, distinct doctor. Once, he had even helped a narrow old man cross the road. That's the sort of man he was.< Less
The Ribbed Newspaper By R. S. Arrow Blackay
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The Ribbed Newspaper A Short Story by Anonymous Kate Wilson had always loved cosy Falmouth with its dry, disgusted ditches. It was a place where she felt ambivalent. She was a bold, spiteful, squash... More > drinker with pointy toenails and fragile toenails. Her friends saw her as a rabblesnatching, real rover. Once, she had even saved an envious chicken that was stuck in a drain. That's the sort of woman he was.< Less
The Weathered Newspaper By R. S. Arrow Blackay
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The Weathered Newspaper A Short Story by John Doe Sandie Rockatansky had always loved cold Amsterdam with its troubled, thundering trees. It was a place where he felt delighted. He was a grateful,... More > violent, squash drinker with moist eyes and grubby toes. His friends saw him as a low, lovely lawyer. Once, he had even revived a dying, deaf person. That's the sort of man he was.< Less