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Jeff Bryan
More than three dozen church and civic leaders as well as community members make their way down U.S. 41 as part of the annual MLK Memorial Walk/Remembrance Ceremony in honor of the one-time Nobel Prize winner. The event concluded at Ernie Mills Park with speeches, recognition of youths, music, games and food. For more photos, see Page 6 of today’s edition.
KEEP THE ‘DREAM’ ALIVE

Less than three months shy of the 50th anniversary of the death of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., more than four dozen church and civic leaders as well as community members came together Monday, not to mourn the one-time Nobel Prize Winner, but to honor the legacy he left behind.

On what would have been his 89th birthday, the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Remembrance Ceremony began in the Rainbow Plaza parking lot, where folks shared warm smiles and handshakes on a brisk January morning.