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Schurz

(ʃɜrz, ʃɜrts, ʃʊərts)

n.
Carl, 1829–1906, U.S. general, statesman, and newspaperman, born in Germany.
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Rosie's House was founded in 1996 by Rosie Schurz, a German immigrant.
Chris observes that station owner Schurz Communications raised strong arguments against the fine but dropped its challenge before a decision was reached after it sold the station to Gray Television Group in 2016.
Horner was born on October 19, 1926 in Chicago and graduated from Carl Schurz High School.
Five decades later, in 1871, a US senator, Carl Schurz, used the phrase 'right or wrong' in one of his famous speeches.
Schurz Communications, a privately held communications company formed in 1872, has announced its intention to sell its publishing division to GateHouse Media, LLC and will continue investing in the areas of cloud and managed IT services and broadband operations, the company said.
(NYSE: NEWM), has agreed to acquire the newspapers and related assets of Schurz Communications, Inc.
Schurz Communications says it's selling its publishing division, including 20 newspapers in five states, to GateHouse Media LLC.
Speaker: Steve Shifman, President & CEO, Michelman; Stephanie Wilkes, Director, Sheetz, Inc., Todd Schurz, President and CEO, Schurz Communications Inc.
In addition, Cory Bollinger, vice president of publishing for Schurz Communications in Mishawaka, Ind., was elected the association's president-elect; Alan Fisco, president of The Seattle Times, was elected vice president; and Tom Yunt, COO of United Communications Corporation of Kenosha, Wis., was elected chairman.
ADTRAN's sponsored post-conference discussion panel will be held on October 25, 2018, from 12:00pm-4:00pm EDT with speakers from Buckeye Broadband, CableLabs, Comcast, Corning Optical Communications, Cox Communications, HBC, SCTE*ISBE and Schurz Communications.
After background on Lincoln as a writer and letter writer, including his use of specific rhetorical forms, chapters examine his early letter writing as he developed and adapted his skills to various audiences, including his letters of friendship, romance, and politics; letters to his generals and the rhetorical stances he used to motivate them; letters between Lincoln and a political friend, Carl Schurz, who was critical of his handling of his first term in office; letters to Mary Todd Lincoln; letters to his cabinet; and a public letter in which he uses a clever organizational structure to explain to his supporters in Illinois why he issued the Emancipation Proclamation.
This year's program sponsors include NAB, Beasley Broadcast Group, Inc., Cox Media Group, Futuri, Gray, Hearst Television, Legend Communications, Morgan Murphy Media, Quincy Media, Raycom Media, Schurz Communications, Univision Communications, and WAGM-TV.