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February 11, 2005

From its news service, the Army honorably discharges its first black chaplain, a Civil War-era, Prince George’s County-born man who had been court-martialed and dismissed due to alcohol consumption.

The Insurance Journal on state Insurance Commissioner Alfred Redmer’s auto insurance task force.

From the Hudson Reporter, Jersey City wants its own Power Plant.

Missed it: Is John Waters too racy for NPR Saturday mornings? Yes.

The New Yorker slips when it writes about people younger than, say, 50, but not a bad story, by Rebecca Mead, from a few weeks back on the Timonium boys who made large dollars with