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The Woomblies return to the place it all started

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When the Woomblies take the stage in downtown Franklin this weekend, it’s going to be a homecoming more than 20 years in the making.The...

A sweet argument no matter how you slice it

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Word has gotten out that I have cake pans. Word has also gotten out that being mildly unhinged, I occasionally agree to make wedding...

Nebraska picks Trev Alberts to serve as new Husker AD

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LINCOLN, Neb. — Nebraska hired Trev Alberts as its new athletic director Wednesday, hoping a star from the school's glory years can restore what...

Acclaim, fundraising spread unevenly among Black colleges

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ATLANTA — Two recent high-profile faculty appointments could be a fundraising and enrollment bonanza for Howard University, one of the nation’s most prestigious Black...

North Carolina Republicans move to limit classroom race talk

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RALEIGH, N.C. — North Carolina Republicans are advancing legislation to limit how teachers can discuss certain racial concepts inside the classroom, according to the...

Nebraska picks Trev Alberts to serve as new Husker AD

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LINCOLN, Neb. — Nebraska announced Wednesday that it has hired former star football player Trev Alberts as its new athletic director. ...

N. Carolina GOP would ban K-12 promotion of views about race

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RALEIGH, N.C. — North Carolina Republicans advanced legislation on Wednesday that defines how teachers can discuss certain concepts about race and racism inside the...

Road to future: Dutch province unveils solar bicycle path

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MAARTENSDIJK, Netherlands — Authorities in a central Dutch province opened what they are billing as the world's longest solar bicycle path Wednesday, mixing sustainable...

Indigenous children’s remains turned over from Army cemetery

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CARLISLE, Pa. — The disinterred remains of nine Native American children who died more than a century ago while attending a government-run school in...

Indiana sees English, math scores drop on standardized tests

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INDIANAPOLIS — Fewer than one-third of elementary and middle school students in Indiana recorded passing scores on the latest round of state standardized tests,...