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Yankee Quill Award - Recent Recipients
... Offer, Executive editor, Kennebec Journal, Augusta, Maine, and the Morning Sentinel, Waterville, Maine Gary Lapierre, Managing editor, WBZ Radio, Boston Chris Powell ... Garvey, Springfield Daily News Donald Murray, University of New Hampshire W ... Ewing, Keene Sentinel James Thistle, Boston University 1998 William Breisky, Cape Cod Times Michael Short, Associated Press Rod Doherty, Foster’s Daily Democrat Irving Rogers Jr ...
The Sentinel (Staffordshire) - History
1854 The Staffordshire Sentinel and Commercial and General Advertiser was first published as a Liberal weekly newspaper from offices in Cheapside, Hanley, on 7 January. 1872 The circulation of the Sentinel had increased to 5,000 copies weekly with 90 agents covering the whole of North Staffordshire and part of Cheshire. 1873 The Staffordshire Daily Sentinel was introduced at a halfpenny on Tuesday 15 April, publishing daily editions from Monday to Friday, with the Weekly Sentinel, at two pence ...
Sentinel - Mass Media and Entertainment
... Comics Sentinel (comic book), a comic book series Sentinel (comics), a group of mutant-hunting robots in the Marvel universe Sentinel Prime, a fictional character in the ... Clarke The Sentinel (novel), a 1974 novel by Jeffrey Konvitz "The Sentinel" (short story), a 1951 short story by Arthur C ... Clarke Gundam Sentinel, a 1987 serial "photo-novel" Sentinels novels, a series of novels by Van Allen Plexico Music Sentinel (album), an album by Nigel Mazlyn Jones Sentinel (band) "Sentinel" (instrumental), by ...

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