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Flags In The News
American flags a symbol of renewal in storm's aftermath
-oanow.com

Jamie Popwell, right, attaches an American flag to a new flagpole he put up on Wednesday along Lee Road 721 in Beauregard. Kara Coleman Fields/kcoleman@oanow.com
Jamie Popwell, right, attaches an American flag to a new flagpole he put up on Wednesday along Lee Road 721 in Beauregard. Kara Coleman Fields/kcoleman@oanow.com

"Despite tornadoes wreaking havoc through the area, they could not bring down the flag. After two tornadoes swept through the Beauregard area on Sunday, destruction was spread across the eastern portion of Lee County. However, the American flag continued to fly in Blanche Whatley’s yard despite her home and property having received damage." (Read More)

Posted Mar. 11, 2019


Flags In The News
Noem announces plan to display tribal flags in the Capitol Rotunda
-NewsCenter 1 (Video)

Noem announces plan to display tribal flags in the Capitol Rotunda
Screenshot of Gov. Kristi Noem announcing her plans February 28, 2019 / NewsCenter 1

"Gov. Kristi Noem announced on Wednesday that she plans to permanently display the flags of South Dakota’s nine tribal nations in the State Capitol Rotunda. “South Dakota has a unique opportunity for a new beginning between the state and tribal governments. Bringing tribal flags to the rotunda is a sign that we are unified and working together to create policies for the next generation,” said Governor Kristi Noem. " (Read More)

Posted Mar. 1, 2019


Flags In The News
Arkansas Bill Proposed To Change Meaning Of State Flag To Honor Native Americans Instead Of Confederacy
-Inquisitr (Video)

Arkansas Bill Proposed To Change Meaning Of State Flag To Honor Native Americans Instead Of Confederacy
Screenshot of new flag designs / THV11

"Lately, there has been a push across the United States to remove symbols that seek to honor the Confederacy and the soldiers who fought for it. Those symbols have ranged from statues and monuments to street names in a number of municipalities across the country. The recent moves have been part of a larger effort to stop glorifying and memorializing the Confederate States of America and those who committed heinous crimes against minorities under its banner." (Read More)

Posted Feb. 18, 2019


Flags In The News
Enterprise observes ‘Flags For Forgotten Soldiers’ Day
-Fox News

Enterprise observes ‘Flags For Forgotten Soldiers’ Day
Commander Robert R. Green (left) and Dwain D. Hartwick (right) of Enterprise’s Chapter 2216 Military Order of the Purple Heart greeted Mayor Bill Cooper prior to the flag ceremony Wednesday. (The Enterprise Ledger)

"Enterprise City Hall welcomed veterans, family members, and military supporters for a special dedication ceremony commemorating “Flags For Forgotten Soldiers” Wednesday morning. Flags For Forgotten Soldiers is an organization that was founded by Cincinnati resident Howard Berry in 2016 following his veteran son’s suicide. The organization seeks to “expand the awareness of the growing issue of suicide among veterans of our military forces” according to a proclamation read by Mayor Bill Cooper during the event; to commemorate veterans who have committed suicide, a total of 660 flags are placed in displays across the country, showing passersby just how many veteran lives are lost each month due to suicide." (Read More)

Posted Feb. 7, 2019


Flags In The News
Restaurant owner sells business over Confederate flag controversy
-Fox News

Restaurant owner sells business over Confederate flag controversy
Tommy Daras says he’s selling his Edisto River Creamery because he’s been unable to remove the rebel banner flown by the Sons of Confederate Veterans on a tiny piece of property in front of his business. (Larry Hardy/Times & Democrat via AP)

"After years of battling the Confederate flag, a South Carolina restaurant owner has surrendered. Tommy Daras says he's selling his Edisto River Creamery in Orangeburg because he's been unable to remove the rebel banner flown by the Sons of Confederate Veterans on a tiny piece of property in front of his business. "I can't beat them guys," Daras told The Times and Democrat of Orangeburg. "They destroyed the safety of the place and the enjoyment of the property. They killed me on the internet." (Read More)

Posted Jan. 29, 2019


Flags In The News
Mississippi lawmakers file bills to redesign controversial state flag
-WLOX

Mississippi lawmakers file bills to redesign controversial state flag
Video screenshot from WLOX.

"The Mississippi state legislature seems poised to take up the state flag as several new bills filed in the first weeks of January focus on its redesign. Mississippi is the last state in the country whose flag still bears the Confederate Battle flag. Four bills similarly seek to establish a commission to redesign the flag. (Read More)

Posted Jan. 23, 2019


Up In Your Business News
Harlem Globetrotter Hoops Green to Appear on Up in Your Business
-PR Web

Hoops Green, Harlem Globetrotter and Kerry McCoy, Up In Your Business Radio Show
Hoops Green of the Harlem Globetrotters and Kerry McCoy of Up In Your Business radio show. (UIYB)

"Up in Your Business with Kerry McCoy radio show will air a pre-recorded interview with female Harlem Globetrotter Hoops Green this Friday, January 18th at 2p.m. on KABF 88.3FM. The show normally broadcasts live but this week it will feature a pre-recorded interview due to Green’s busy schedule.

Green joined the Harlem Globetrotters in 2017, one of only 15 women to ever be on the team during its 93-year history. She started her basketball career as many do in high school in Kentucky and went on to a great career in college at the university of Texas – El Paso where she racked up 650 career points before playing professionally overseas." (Read More)

Posted Jan. 15, 2019


Flags In The News
Chairman calls Burgum's surprise decision to display tribal flags 'monumental'
-The Bismarck Tribune


The flags of North Dakota's five tribal nations are displayed outside Gov. Doug Burgum's office Thursday. (Forum News Service)

"Gov. Doug Burgum’s announcement that his office would display the flags of North Dakota’s five tribal nations was one of the more warmly received parts of his State of the State address Thursday.

It was also somewhat of a spur-of-the-moment declaration that wasn't included in his prepared remarks provided to reporters.

Burgum, a first-term Republican who has emphasized improving the state’s relationships with the tribes, has thought about displaying the flags for more than a year, his spokesman Mike Nowatzki said. "(Read More)

Posted Jan. 7, 2019


Flags In The News
'It's A Disgrace': American Flags Vandalized On Canton Overpass
-CBS 4 Boston 


Henry Krueger holds vandalized American flag (WBZ-TV)

"Flags put up on an overpass in Canton to honor veterans and those lost serving in the military were vandalized with graffiti.

“I believe that’s to portray bleeding stars of some sort,” said Henry Krueger as he pointed out the spray paint on an American flag.

He found the American flags that hung on an overpass as a sign of patriotism were desecrated." (Read More)

Posted Jan. 4, 2019


 

 
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