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Letters to the Editor: Walter Marshall, Campaign Finance Reform and HBCUs

    Letters to the Editor: Walter Marshall, Campaign Finance Reform and HBCUs

Ballot measure about elections, rights should be on ballot To the Editor: Your readers should know there’s a statewide movement afoot – for the voters to determine who controls our

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Low- and moderate-income communities can use Community Development Block Grant funds

    Low- and moderate-income communities can use Community Development Block Grant funds

Chris Cox Guest Columnist Every year hundreds of states, cities and localities compete for billions of dollars in Community Block Grant  Development (CDBG) funds available from the Housing and Urban

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Thank God for keeping a Ram in the bush

    Thank God for keeping a Ram in the bush

Ms. L.D. Guest Columnist Sometimes life can deal a hand of despair. Not knowing anyone in a new place, lack of good community resources, but most of all not knowing

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Congress must investigate Trump’s potential Russian ties

    Congress must investigate Trump’s potential Russian ties

Bernie Thompson Guest Columnist The endurance of our nation’s security, sovereignty, and democracy is not a partisan issue. This is a top concern for all Americans and should be a

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Chronicle seeks community awards nominations

  Chronicle seeks community awards nominations

The Chronicle is currently seeking nominations for our 32nd Annual Community Service Awards Banquet. Nominations must be received by The

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Editorial: Let’s encourage the youth of today to pursue Black History

  Editorial: Let’s encourage the youth of today to pursue Black History

The Chronicle produces a Black History Month special section each year. We try to make it different every year. In

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Letters to the Editor: Black History and Missing Legislators

  Letters to the Editor: Black History and Missing Legislators

Black History Month: Embrace the Spirit of Black Achievement To the Editor: What did the children learn from Black History Month?  Did

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Editorial Cartoon: Where is Omarosa?

  Editorial Cartoon: Where is Omarosa?

Cartoon by Ron Rogers

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Commentary: This is why Trump is lying about voter fraud and crime

  Commentary: This is why Trump is lying about voter fraud and crime

There are two subjects in particular that the Trump Administration lies about the most: crime and voting. During a recent

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Serena and Venus Williams are champions on and off the court

  Serena and Venus Williams are champions on and off the court

History being made has defined Serena and Venus Williams since they started playing tennis as children. While neither was born

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