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OPINION: Accountability for Insurrectionists is an act of unity

Julie Mazzei Guest Opinion Writer January 19, 2021

The insurrectionists who stormed the Capitol Building on Jan. 6 were white supremacists acting at the behest of the President of the United States. Their Confederate flags and anti-Semitic garb make their...

The Kent City Council meets on Wednesday, May 3, 2017.

City council discusses potential ‘compassionate city’ status

Jack Kopanski May 3, 2017

The Kent City Council’s annual joint meeting Wednesday between the city and Franklin Township focused on issues such as changes to Standing Rock Cemetery and zoning in Kent. The meeting opened with...

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Kent State organizations support Standing Rock

Rachel Duthie November 16, 2016

Kent State's Native American Student Association (NASA) collaborated with Kent on Climate to create a week-long fundraising event called "I Stand With Standing Rock" for the Standing Rock Protectors, a...

Students support Standing Rock Indian Reservation using social media

Cameron Gorman November 2, 2016

The battle over the Dakota Access Pipeline — involving North Dakota’s Standing Rock Sioux Reservation —  has made an impression on social media this week, even with Kent State students.Protests...

John and Jean Jacobs are members of the Pioneer Cemetery Preservation Group for the Pioneer Cemetery on Stow Road in Kent. Jean Jacobs is a decendent of Joshua Woodard and her family have been Kent residents since the 1800s.

Pioneer Cemetery crumbling away due to lack of funds

Emily Mills October 29, 2014

Weatherworn gravestones cover the secluded one-acre cemetery, some of their inscriptions lost to the elements long ago. Many of the markers are broken in half, resting against the stones still in the ground...

Pioneer Cemetery on Stow Road is one of the oldest cemeteries in Kent.

Kent cemeteries hold city’s history

Katherine Schaeffer October 28, 2014

Since its founding in 1805, generations of colorful characters have called the City of Kent home. While some left tangible legacies, marking city streets and buildings with their names, others left behind...

The Upcycled: A Chair is A Chair is A Chair exhibit is being held at Standing Rock in Downtown Kent.

Shorts competition hosted by Standing Rock

Neville Hardman October 14, 2014

An operation that began with a few beat up chairs has shifted into an exhibit of hand painted furniture showcased at Standing Rock Cultural Arts Center through Oct. 25.A cluster of snakes comprised of...

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