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The Hekoam Herald

Posted: Wed May 15, 2019 22:50
by Mrqwerty
The Hekoam Herald
The one week newspaper
Top News
Jeteavo War over and resulted in over 1219 deaths.
Will Hekoam-Gilera join the Mediterranean Great War?
Seven dead as an explosion went off in a small gift shop.
Criminal Alexander Defrint found in a shed by police.
Prime Minister James Morlen's speech.

Re: The Hekoam Herald

Posted: Tue May 21, 2019 22:34
by Mrqwerty
The Hekoam Herald
The one week newspaper
Headlines
City state New Jeteavo emerged from taken land during the Jeteavo War. New Jeteavo's President Rick Sprogor leaving for United States of Arizelon this week. New Jeteavo will soon be a territory of Hekoam-Gilera. See page 5 for details
Other
Mayor Glenn Howarrde of Inverness resigned after "doing the right thing", and citizen protests around the city. A riot started and the city hall of Inverness was set on fire. Fortunately, the fire department controlled the fire before it spread. But seventeen were injured.
Criminal Alexander Defrint sentenced to death by electric chair. His crime made it too dangerous for him to live.
3.6 magnitude earthquake in Ninden State (ND) damages houses and roads.
Jeteavo's Speaker of the House, Frederick Bracole, sworn in as president. As before, he hopes to destroy Hekoam-Gilera with violence, but the question is WHEN?
Will Hekoam-Gilera have a space program? President James Morlen wants a space program, mostly to launch satellites, and also to test with materials from space. But can Hekoam-Gilera afford such a cost?

Re: The Hekoam Herald

Posted: Tue May 28, 2019 22:17
by Mrqwerty
The Hekoam Herald
The one week newspaper
Breaking News!
City on Fire!
Hekoam City is brighter than normal. Hekoam City's downtown area was set on fire. Every major building was eaten by the furious flames. The damage was double the amount than the Great Fire that occurred two years ago. We suspect that the fire was caused by angry Gilerans. Firefighters have rushed to the scene were flames devoured everything in its path. Thankfully two-thirds of the fire was controlled, but there is more to stop.