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Jimmy Carter calls for reversal of ‘dangerous’ Izembek ruling

Former President Jimmy Carter yesterday filed an unusual legal brief ripping a federal appeals court’s “deeply mistaken” ruling upholding a Trump-era land exchange that paves the way for a road to be built through Alaska’s Izembek National Wildlife Refuge. Carter filed his “friend of the court”...
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Oconee Enterprise

Enterprise editor, political leader and friend of Jimmy Carter dies

A trailblazer for women in journalism, higher education and political leadership, Oconee native Connie Ward Stewart died April 13 at the age of 83 following a battle with Alzheimer’s. Serving as editor of The Oconee Enterprise in the mid to late 1960s was one of many career highlights for...
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North Country Public Radio

First Person: How refugees shape Utica, 18th Century maple, thanking Jimmy Carter

Mitch TeichFirst Person: How refugees shape Utica, 18th Century maple, thanking Jimmy Carter. On the March edition of First Person, as the U.S. announces it will welcome 100,000 refugees from the war in Ukraine, we explore how refugees from other conflict-torn regions have shaped the city of Utica. Writer Susan Hartman's upcoming book, City of Refugees, follows the stories of families from Bosnia, Iraq, and Somalia as they adjust to lives in a place they never imagined ending up. It was a project that started with an article for the New York Times, and ended up stretching for eight years. Later, historical interpreter PJ Miller tells us about how maple sugaring was practiced in our region in the 18th Century. He'll be demonstrating those techniques at Fort de la Presentation in Ogdensburg this weekend (or next weekend, if Saturday's weather is bad). North Country Bookmarks host Jessica Lawrence shares a preview of the spectacular April edition of the show. And then we'll talk with Arthur Milnes. The Kingstonian is author of the new book, 98 Reasons to Thank Jimmy Carter. Milnes shares some of those reasons, and the story of that time the 39th President slept over at his house in Kingston in 2012.
Chester County Independent

Henderson Fire Department honors former fire chief Jimmy Carter

The City of Henderson Fire Department honored the life and passing of former Fire Chief Jimmy Carter Thursday afternoon. Carter served as chief from 2003 until 2009. He died Sunday, March 6 and was buried at Chester County Memory Gardens.
Chester County Independent

JIMMY CARTER Obituary – Aug. 4, 1948 – March 6, 2022

Jimmy Dale Carter, 73, of Saltillo passed away Sunday morning March 6, 2022 at his home. Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Thursday at Shackelford Funeral Directors – Crook Avenue with Chaplin Gary Roeder officiating. Burial will follow in Chester County Memory Gardens. The family received friends at Crook...
Chester County Independent

Former Henderson fire chief Jimmy Carter to be buried Thursday, March 10

Jimmy Dale Carter, 73, of Saltillo passed away Sunday morning March 6, 2022 at his home. Funeral services will be 2 p.m. today, Thursday, at Shackelford Funeral Directors – Crook Avenue with Chaplin Gary Roeder officiating. Burial will follow in Chester County Memory Gardens. The family received friends at Crook Avenue from 5-8 p.m. on Wednesday.
reviewjournal.com

LETTER: Joe Biden morphing into Jimmy Carter

Way back when the Carter administration was struggling, and we had to wait in lines on certain days to get our weekly allotment of gasoline, I was converted from liberal to conservative. It wasn’t just the gas shortage. It was the double-digit unemployment, the double-digit inflation and high interest rates. It was watching our fellow citizens being murdered in foreign countries and the stupid response to the hostage crisis in Iran.