Dozens Become New American Citizens

New American Citizens Take Vows A young Sara Tun waves a flag given to her mother, Mimi Tun, after she was naturalized as a new American citizen Thursday. The Tun family lives in Knoxville, but are originally from Myanmar. by Sarah R. Gregory – Greenville Sun Newspaper of Greenville, TN… Continue Reading Dozens Become New American Citizens

Fiji’s flag change has experts discussing best and worst flags

Do you agree on which are the best and worst flags? You can find the full story at the U.K.’s Independent but here is a small excerpt about the best and worst flags: Graham Bartram’s best and worst flags South Africa: ‘It has more colours than we would advise but… Continue Reading Fiji’s flag change has experts discussing best and worst flags

McCoy wins top flag industry honor

Top flag industry honor goes to 40 year veteran of flag business Kerry McCoy, owner and president of Arkansas’ FlagandBanner.com was the recipient of the Betsy Ross Award from the National Independent Flag Dealers Association (NIFDA). This award is a top flag industry honor. The purpose of the award is… Continue Reading McCoy wins top flag industry honor

Fiji flag design change proposed

Discussing the Fiji flag design and the upcoming changes Learn more about the current flag at http://www.flagandbanner.com/Products/FBPP0000010401.asp Greg Noone, United Kingdom 23-year old Freelance Journalist, with a deep interest in anything. https://gregmnoone.wordpress.com/ The Prime Minister of Fiji announced his government’s intention to hold a national competition in October to design a… Continue Reading Fiji flag design change proposed

Journal kicks off campaign to replace flagpoles at veteran burial sites

Tim Hynds, Sioux City Journal Loyd Piester, a crew leader at Sioux City’s Graceland Park Cemetery, walks through the cemetery’s Victory Circle area Thursday. A large flagpole once stood in the center of the circular area, where there are 10 graves of local men who died in World War I.… Continue Reading Journal kicks off campaign to replace flagpoles at veteran burial sites

COMMUNITY AWARDS: Miller keeps busy in Waseca, balancing volunteering, family

Waseca’s Jeremiah Miller, center, is seen at Four Seasons Athletics in 2013 next to his wife, Jaala, shortly after they purchased the business. Miller won this year’s Distinguished Service Award. (County News file photo) Posted: Monday, February 2, 2015 7:45 am | Updated: 2:41 pm, Mon Feb 2, 2015. By ADAM J.S. HOLT aholt@wasecacountynews.com… Continue Reading COMMUNITY AWARDS: Miller keeps busy in Waseca, balancing volunteering, family