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Jewell Ross Mehus: Newspaper Columns By Jeffrey Moran
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This book is a collection of newspaper columns written by Jewell between 1964 and 1978 for newspapers in the Shepherd of the Hills country of the Missouri Ozarks.
Collected Columns By Steve Frank
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Selected newspaper columns by an attorney and writer in Washington, D.C.
Selected Columns By Steve Frank
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Selected columns by Steve Frank, Washington, DC attorney and writer.
Comic (and Column) Confessional By Dave Astor
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When you stay in one job for a quarter century, it helps to have good reasons for doing so. Here are a few: Heloise, Arianna Huffington, Gary Larson (“The Far Side”), Lynn Johnston... More > (“For Better or For Worse”), Mort Walker (“Beetle Bailey”), Abigail Van Buren (“Dear Abby”), Ann Landers, Hillary Clinton, Walter Cronkite, Martha Stewart, Coretta Scott King, Herblock, Charles Schulz (“Peanuts”), Stan Lee (“Spider-Man”), Garry Trudeau (“Doonesbury”), and Bill Watterson (“Calvin and Hobbes”). The part-humorous Comic (and Column) Confessional chronicles Astor’s twenty-five years as newspaper-syndication reporter for Editor & Publisher magazine with candor — and anecdotes about famous people such as those named above. The important period in media history covered shows how the digital revolution, media mergers, and the shrinking newspaper business changed journalism forever.< Less
1944 Troop Train Wreck : As Published in the 2007 Historically Speaking Column of the Oak Ridger Newspaper By David Ray Smith
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Troop train wreck that occurred July 6, 1944 in the Jellico Narrows. One of the 25 worst train wrecks in the nation. Young soldiers were just going to war when the awful wreck killed 34 and injured... More > over 100 of the new recruits< Less
Essays and Columns: 1992-2011 By Harley L. Sachs
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Several hundred published articles and columns by Prof Emeritus Harley L. Sachs. These appeared in newspapers such as Porcupine Press, UP Post, Peninsula News, Traveler, Northern Express, Kalamazoo... More > Express, etc.< Less
Essays and Columns: 1992-2011 By Harley L. Sachs
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Several hundred published articles and columns by Prof Emeritus Harley L. Sachs. These appeared in newspapers such as Porcupine Press, UP Post, Peninsula News, Traveler, Northern Express, Kalamazoo... More > Express, etc.< Less
Let's Just Say I'd Do It All Again: Revisiting "Dates Daze", a Newspaper Column of the Trenton Sun, 1959-1962 By Helen Dates Jeude
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The author’s columns of the antics of her four offspring in small-town middle-America were only the beginning. While teaching English and German for 18 years, she took students to Washington DC... More > and the N.Y. World’s Fair as their sponsor, saw her children out the door while teaching at Batavia High School and West Aurora High School in the Chicago suburbs, and then completed a Masters of Theology from Bethany Theological Seminary. From there she went to the University of Chicago Oriental Institute, focusing on Syro-Palestinian Archaeology, spending 10 summers in Israel and Jordan. It was at Chicago that she met her current husband, they now live in Trophy Club, TX. From then until her retirement in 2010, she was Sr. Technical Editor for the Flora of N. America project. Now retired and in her 80’s, the author felt it was time to revisit these stories to relive these fun-filled years once again and make them available to her extended family, friends, and anyone that enjoys the daily humor of family life.< Less
Let's Just Say I'd Do It All Again: Revisiting "Dates Daze", a Newspaper Column of the Trenton Sun, 1959-1962 By Helen Dates Jeude
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The author’s columns of the antics of her four offspring in small-town middle-America were only the beginning. While teaching English and German for 18 years, she took students to Washington DC... More > and the N.Y. World’s Fair as their sponsor, saw her children out the door while teaching at Batavia High School and West Aurora High School in the Chicago suburbs, and then completed a Masters of Theology from Bethany Theological Seminary. From there she went to the University of Chicago Oriental Institute, focusing on Syro-Palestinian Archaeology, spending 10 summers in Israel and Jordan. It was at Chicago that she met her current husband, they now live in Trophy Club, TX. From then until her retirement in 2010, she was Sr. Technical Editor for the Flora of N. America project. Now retired and in her 80’s, the author felt it was time to revisit these stories to relive these fun-filled years once again and make them available to her extended family, friends, and anyone that enjoys the daily humor of family life.< Less
EDITORIALS from the HEARST NEWSPAPERS (1900) By Arthur Brisbane
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The articles in this book were published originally in the editorial columns of the various Hearst newspapers throughout the country. These articles may have some interest for the student of... More > modern happenings, because of the fact that the newspapers publishing them have an aggregate daily circulation of two millions of copies, and are read each day by no fewer than five millions of men and women. Such wide circulation of identical opinions on current events, in different parts of the country, is a new feature of our national life. The character of such writings, and their probable influence upon the public mind, whatever their lack of intrinsic merit, may be of sufficient importance to justify the publication of this collection of ephemeral writings.< Less

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Genius Matters Genius Matters By Angela Maiers
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