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“Prisoners of History: What Monuments to World II Tell us About our History and Ourselves” by Keith Lowe; William Collins (302 pages, $29.99) ––– A pedestal is a risky place to take a stand. In America, official tributes to leaders from Robert E. Lee to Abraham Lincoln have been destroyed or defaced. In Europe, memorials to Communist dictators have been torn down. In the Middle East, even ...

Howard Poitevin, 87, formerly of Dow City, died at MercyOne Waterloo Medical Center on October 14.

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death sent political and emotional shockwaves throughout America. A memorial bloomed immediately outside the Supreme Court and spread throughout the country. Justice Ginsburg is remembered as a fighter for women’s rights and a cultural icon who had friends and loved ones from all political beliefs.

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TRUMP: “We are tracking down the two Anarchists who threw paint on the magnificent George Washington Statue in Manhattan. ... They will be prosecuted and face 10 years in Prison.” — tweet Tuesday.

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A sign and a memorial plaque commemorating the first motorized transcontinental journey were dedicated on Saturday in front of the Donna Reed …

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Thomas "Tom" Edward Brich August 4, 1941 - May 11, 2019 Thomas "Tom" Edward Brich of Emporia died at his home while surrounded by his loved on…

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Sheryl A. Bohlmann, 73, of Denison, died Friday, October 26, at Eventide Lutheran Home in Denison.

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