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Students Engage in Life Lessons on History Day

Posted: February 14, 2013 at 2:41 a.m.

Middle school, junior high and high school students across the country whet their curiosity, do their research, pour out their creativity and prepare to speak publicly about significant events in history as part of the National History Day competition.

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Why are there so many things going on in NWA that the news completely overlook? I see every little detail about Fort Smith area, but the same and more go un reported north of the I540 tunnell. Before I pay anything for service I want to see better covereage of where I live. I DO NOT live in the River Valley. The FCC needs to allow independent stations north of the tunnel

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