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Retired 1st Sgt. James Barnett has turned his Roseburg home into a museum of Marine Corps artifacts.
Sister Catherine "Kay" Powers, former superintendent of schools for the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City, was recognized recently by the Alliance for Catholic Education at the University of Notre Dame.
The National Coalition of American Nuns has announced their support for women's right to access contraceptives under the Affordable Care Act as the Supreme Court prepares to hear the historic Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood cases.
The life and career of vanguard independent filmmaker Shirley Clarke and the socially conscious films of Charles Burnett will be the topics explored by Laurence Kardish and James O. Naremore, respectively, who have been named 2013 Academy Film Scholars by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
An East County man long active in civic affairs and with deep ties to San Diego State University was appointed to the CSU Board of Trustees Thursday.
Workshop Architects Inc. in Milwaukee is designing the student center in the University of Notre Dame's $400 million development of three buildings connected to its iconic football stadium.
For immediate release: Washington, D.C. - March 13, 2014 - The American Institute of Architect has selected Josh Gerloff and Mark Manczyk to receive the 2013 David W. Lakamp a/e ProNet Scholarship.
School President Sister Judine Hilbing, O.P. is pleased to announce the selection of Steve Tortorello '04 as the new principal of Marian Catholic High School beginning July 1. Tortorello has been a member of the Marian Catholic family for more than 15 years, beginning with his earliest days as a student.
Pope Francis waves to the crowd from the central balcony of St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican on March 13, 2013, the day he was elected pontiff.
Wake Forest has defeated Notre Dame 81-69 in a first-round ACC men's basketball tournament game in Greensboro, N.C. For more on this story, visit www.journalgazette.net later today or see Friday's print edition of The Journal Gazette.
Spring is coming soon, at least on the calendar, and opening up a good book can be a major stress reliever.
The new state tourism slogan, "honest to goodness Indiana," was revealed last month.
The University of Notre Dame has announced a $400 million plan to expand the school's 84-year-old football stadium, adding thousands of premium seats plus new buildings at the "House that Rockne Built."
Ron Williams remembers walking into the cafeteria with Mrs. Richardson's second-grade class at Broadview Elementary in 1961 to watch the launch of the Mercury spacecraft on a black-and-white television.