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    1. Stone Mountain, the largest exposed piece of granite on Earth, has long been a natural wonder to Georgians and visitors alike. Located about 15 minutes from Atlanta, the mountain has been embroiled ...

    2. Chad Wooley, the sheriff’s office conducted a prostitution demand reduction operation at an undisclosed location in Faulkner County. The undercover investigation resulted in the arrest ...

    3. Charitable exodus from Mar-a-Lago

      Sun-Sentinel14 hours ago

      "William Faulkner once stated that ‘The past is never dead,’ but I’m here to tell you that it can damn well be buried," Jones said in a statement. The full Faulkner line ...

    4. Of Historical Statues And Monuments

      The Huffington Post3 days ago

      All this is proof to William Faulkner’s famous saying that, “The past is not dead. It’s not even past.” As a historian, I find it deeply sad as well as ironic that, at a time when ...

    5. If the past week proves anything, it is the truth of author William Faulkner’s insight: “The past isn’t dead. Following the horrific events in Charlottesville and City Council ...

    6. BIRMINGHAM — Alabama's largest city has used a wooden structure to cover up a Confederate monument in a downtown park. City workers began installing the structure Tuesday night, just days after ...

    7. The truth is the vast majority of these Confederate monuments — like the addition of elements of the Confederate battle flag to some Southern state flags — came between the 1880s and the 1920s to re-establish white supremacy.

    8. With students headed back to school, parents may have a bit more free time on their hands. With that in mind, we consulted a handful of Upstate high school English teachers to help build a list ...

    9. Stone Mountain, the largest exposed piece of granite on Earth, has long been a natural wonder to Georgians and visitors alike. Located about 15 minutes from Atlanta, the mountain has been embroiled ...

    10. One of Oxford’s most venerable sons, William Faulkner wrote novels that were deeply of his home region. He was fascinated by the South’s ongoing legacy of slavery and anti-black ...

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