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Texas town, scene of school shooting, revokes gun show contract

UVALDE, Texas — The Texas town where 19 children and two teachers were shot in an elementary school classroom has canceled a deal for a gun group’s fundraising event in a town hall belonging to the city. Uvalde City Council voted 4-1 on Monday to rescind the lease for Friends of the NRA to hold […]

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Lobo Hoops notes: Pitino completes staff with Mountain West veteran

Tarvish Felton, seen coaching the Fresno State Bulldogs, has been hired as an assistant coach for the UNM Lobos. (Photo courtesy of Fresno State Athletics) In Tarvish Felton’s last four seasons on the bench at Fresno State, including the last two as associate head coach, the Bulldogs went 8-1 against the men’s basketball team. from […]

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Barnum Graduate Receives Prestigious Astronaut Scholarship – Cloquet Pine Journal

CLOQUET — A 2019 Barnum High School graduate received the Distinguished Astronaut Scholarship while studying at North Dakota State University. Max Salzer, a 2019 graduate of Barnum High School, worked full-time and part-time as an undergraduate research assistant at North Dakota State University.Contribution / Max Salzer Max Salzer, who will be a senior in the […]

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A multidisciplinary study of faculty knowledge and attitudes toward predatory publishing

The article linked below was recently published by the Journal of Librarianship andScholarly communication. Title A multidisciplinary study of faculty knowledge and attitudes toward predatory publishing Authors Nicole WebberUniversity of Northern Colorado Stephanie WiegandUniversity of Northern Colorado Source Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication 10(1) DO I: 10.31274/jlsc.13011 Summary Introduction: Not enough is known about […]

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Mark LaFlamme: long pants for the upcoming zombie apocalypse

talk about the city Ernie Anderson Safety firstSo, while I was on vacation, one of the weirdest sights I encountered was a guy walking around a grocery store with a full face motorcycle helmet. Looked like a fucking insect moving from aisle to aisle. Later, I watched him struggle at the self-checkout, trying to see […]

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Tennessee’s embrace of conservative Michigan universities – The Journal

After delivering on a promise to bring 50 charter schools to Tennessee, the relationship between the president of Michigan’s Hillsdale College and Governor Bill Lee has cooled in recent months. NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The president of Michigan’s Hillsdale College was in the lead earlier this year when he announced plans to launch 50 charter […]

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Get Nadula’s Best Gift Back to School Wig Deals

This press release was originally distributed by ReleaseWire Huntington, CA – (ReleaseWire) – 07/29/2022 – As the new school year approaches, teachers and students are preparing for a new term. The start of a new school year is a great opportunity to update a hairstyle so people can create a whole new one for themselves […]

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Family affair | News, Sports, Jobs

From left, Gabby, Trevor and Lexi Graham, daughters and sons of 77th Annual Rodeo entrepreneur Gerry, show off the awards they won this summer at a high school rodeo competition. Photo submitted GERRY – Livestock contractor and producer of the 77th Annual Gerry Painted Pony Championship Rodeo is so much more […]

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Clinton Journal | Information on school registrations 2022-2023

PRESS RELEASE Clinton Community Unit Schools 1210 State Route 54 West Clinton, Illinois 61727 Additional Information: Mr. Curt Nettles, Superintendent Phone: 935-8321 SCHOOL OPENING The following information regarding the opening of the 2022-2023 school year may be useful to parents in preparing for the school year. Registration information is also available on the district website […]

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School District Public Forum Tonight at OCHHS

PARIS — After weathering a pandemic that kept students out of school for long stretches and the exit of its polarizing former superintendent, the Oxford Hills School District is looking to the community to chart its course . Maine School Administrative District 17 is hosting a public meeting tonight, July 28, at Oxford Hills Comprehensive […]

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city ​​council approves sidewalk snow removal agreement | News, Sports, Jobs

After being filed in June, City Council on Monday approved a shared services agreement with Jamestown Public Schools to provide additional sidewalk snow removal. Photo of PJ by Timothy Frudd Jamestown City Council on Monday approved a shared services agreement with Jamestown Public Schools to provide additional sidewalk snow removal. The […]

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Semiconductor bill unites right-wing Sanders – in opposition

Technicians inspect equipment at Micron Technology’s automotive chip manufacturing facility in Manassas, Va. (AP file photo/Steve Helber) WASHINGTON (AP) — A bill to boost U.S. semiconductor production has managed to do almost the unthinkable — unite Democratic Socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders and the fiscally conservative right. The bill making its way through the Senate is […]

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Daughter of Amherst Founder Tells Her Side of the Story – Morning Journal

The bustling little town of Amherst has a rich history, from its infamous founders to current events. Few Amherst residents remember the town’s early days, but 96-year-old Amherst native Mary Miller does. Miller was born in 1926 to Fred and Beral Powers. Fred was the first superintendent of the Amherst School District and is considered […]

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Judge launches Arizona lawsuit over virus relief fund limits – The Journal

A judge has dismissed Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey’s lawsuit challenging the Biden administration’s demands that the state stop sending millions of federal COVID-19 relief money to schools that don’t have a mask requirements or that are closing due to COVID-19 outbreaks PHOENIX (AP) — A judge has dismissed Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey’s lawsuit challenging the […]

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River Country Quilt Show back after pandemic hiatus

Like much of the planet, the River Country Quilt Show took a two-year hiatus to ride out the worst of the pandemic, but the show returns Friday to Jacksonville High School. “We’re thrilled to be back,” said Barbara Suelter, president of publicity for the show. “The last show was in 2019. It’s been (annual) in […]

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Manifest, the online platform that helps people live their best life

NEW YORK, NY/ACCESSWIRE/July 22, 2022/ The mindset is crucial for success in any type of path in life. It separates those who will achieve great things and those who will not. Even the little things like starting your day off right can be changed by having the right mindset. However, for many people, reaching this […]

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Montezuma-Cortez High School has a new principal – The Journal

Thomas Graves, new principal of Montezuma-Cortez High School. (Courtesy picture) Thomas Graves takes over Thomas Graves, who will replace Eric Chandler as principal of Montezuma-Cortez High School this fall, touted his commitment to “compassionate responsibility” during his introduction to the Re-1 Board of Education. Chandler resigned from his position at the end of the past […]

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Ondus de Gowanda chooses Niagara | News, Sports, Jobs

Going into his senior year, John Ondus of Gowanda announced Tuesday that he plans to attend Niagara University to play baseball for the Purple Eagles after graduation. PJ File Photo by Matt Spielman At the age of 8, John Ondus was playing travel baseball for the Hamburg Dawgs. Then came a few years with the […]

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In class, on the court, men’s WC basketball excels

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Wilmington College’s 2021-22 men’s basketball team, along with four individuals – Andrew Clark, Collmann Aaron, Grant Mihalick and Noah Dado – earned honors for their school achievements from the National Basketball Coaches Association (NABC). The Fightin’ Quakers won the NABC Team Academic Excellence Award while all four were recognized as members […]

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Envirothon team gears up for Ohio competition

The Spruce Mountain High School Enivrothon team will participate in the National Conservation Foundation Envirothon in Ohio July 24-30. Team members Leah Burgess, Brenden Veilleux, Dan Wilson, Abrahm Geissinger and Owen Schwab were seen during a practice news presentation on July 13. Pam Harnden / Livermore Falls Announcer JAY – Since winning the state competition […]

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Photo: School work | Diary-Mail

July 19, 2022 Crews from Springfield’s Pulliam Masonry pressure wash an exterior wall at the north end of Washington Elementary School. The school is undergoing a nearly $11 million renovation project led by Johnco Construction of Mackinaw. The project is progressing well on schedule, Johnco CEO Bob Berns said Monday. Construction is expected to be […]

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Class 1 Nickel and Technologies Ltd. announces a private placement

TORONTO, July 18 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Class 1 Nickel and Technologies Ltd. (CSE: NICO/OTCQB: NICLF) (“Class 1 Nickel” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that it is offering to complete a private placement through a broker (the “Private Placement ) of up to 4,000,000 common shares of the Company at a price of […]

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Report reveals ‘systemic failures’ in Uvalde school massacre

UVALDE, Texas — Nearly 400 law enforcement officials rushed for a mass shooting at an elementary school in Uvalde, but “systemic failures” created a chaotic scene that lasted more than an hour before that the shooter who claimed the lives of 21 people was ultimately confronted and killed, according to a report by investigators released […]

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A birthday | News, Sports, Jobs

Twenty-eight years ago my first column appeared in the Jamestown Post-Journal. The column is actually a bit older than that. Prior to newspaper publication, I wrote a column for a small gift magazine and did a Search-a-Word puzzle for it. When I started working for the newspaper, I expanded my column and eventually […]

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Life or death for the Parkland shooter? The trial will take months

By TERRY SPENCER FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — Four years, five months, and four days after Nikolas Cruz murdered 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, his trial for the deadliest mass shooting in the United States reached a jury begins Monday with opening statements. Delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic and legal […]

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Gun control rally scheduled for Saturday in Glenview Gallery Park

A rally calling for a ban on assault weapons is scheduled for Saturday in Glenview’s Gallery Park, behind Attea Middle School. (Tom Robb/Newspaper photo) Federal and state elected officials have confirmed they will participate in a March For Our Lives, Highland Park Strong, Moms Demand Action protest in Glenview this Saturday calling for a special […]

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Food Truck and Shared Services Highlight Clymer Initiatives | News, Sports, Jobs

CLYMER — Several initiatives, some ongoing and others in the planning stage, are being discussed at Clymer Central School. These initiatives include a program presented by Mayville Jail officials to students in grades five through eight; a food truck program; a school resource officer; and shared services with Sherman and Panama. Clymer Superintendent […]

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SDR eyes potential increase in state aid

Estimates point to lower property taxes By Eileen PersikeEditorAn estimated 79% increase in general school aid could mean lower property taxes for landowners in the Rhineland School District. The Wisconsin Department of Instruction has released its preliminary estimates of what the state’s 425 school districts could receive for the 2022-23 school year. The SDR increase […]

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Worth the wait | News, Sports, Jobs

In this May 2013 photo, Jamestown resident Paul Hedin stands on the Swilcan Bridge at the 18th hole in St. Andrews. Photo submitted EDITOR’S NOTE: The story below first appeared in The Post-Journal in August 2013, three months after a group of local residents took a golf trip to Scotland. With […]

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Cloquet School District Reached Tentative Agreement, Secretariat Unit – Cloquet Pine Journal

CLOQUET — Following a protracted contract negotiation process between the Cloquet School District and its secretariat unit, Superintendent Michael Cary said the two sides have reached an interim settlement. The details of the agreement will be put to a vote by the board at the next meeting on August 8. In the meantime, the settlement […]

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Alaska Diary | Bristol Bay breaks daily harvest record for 2nd consecutive year

As its season reaches its peak, Bristol Bay is already breaking single-day harvest records for sockeye salmon. Anglers in the Nushagak district harvested more than 2.4 million sockeye salmon in a single day on June 30, breaking last year’s record of more than 600,000 fish. It’s the most caught single-day sockeye salmon in the district […]

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Ideas for finding activities after retirement? | News, Sports, Jobs

Question: I am approaching my retirement date and would like to find activities to occupy my time. Do you have any ideas? Answer: Retirement is something we all look forward to because it’s a time when we can do whatever we want. Once retired, it can seem scary not having a schedule or […]

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Photo Album: Moxie Festival Parade

The Moxie festival parade passes a stack of lobster traps on Saturday on Lisbon Street in Lisbon Falls. Daryn Slover/Sun Diary Melanie Simmons, left, from Lisbon and Sophia Cunningham from Bath capture the Moxie spirit on Saturday during the Moxie Festival parade. Daryn Slover/Sun Diary Vietnam War veteran Don Nelson from the island of Verona […]

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Reilly wins referee of the year award | News, Sports, Jobs

Jerry Reilly is the recipient of the Tony DeVivo “Referee of the Year” award. PJ File Photo by Matt Spielman On Friday, Jerry Reilly joined Marv Cummings and Ray Spacht for a round of golf at Pinehurst Golf Club in Westfield. Anecdotally, Spacht won, beating his buddies in one shot. But […]

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Non-profit organization wins grant for family literacy services

The Literacy Center of West Michigan recently said it received a $110,000 grant from the Wege Foundation to expand its family literacy program. The Family Literacy Program (FLP) teaches parents the language and literacy skills they need to support their child’s education and strengthen the bond between home and school, according to the Literacy Center […]

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New Mexico School Trust Feels Pressure; voters weigh changes – The Journal

Spanish teacher Titi Martin-Borregon teaches students in the fourth grade Spanish/English bilingual class at New Mexico International School in Albuquerque, NM on May 23. (Cedar Attanasio/Associated Pressfile) Cedar Attanasio SANTA FE — State investments are rocked by turbulent financial markets as voters in New Mexico debate whether to divert more money each year to early […]

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Delores A. (Peterson) Callahan Kerr | News, Sports, Jobs

Delores A. (Peterson) Callahan Kerr KENNEDY, NY – Delores A. (Peterson) Callahan Kerr, 87, of Flood Road, Randolph, died on her birthday Wednesday July 6, 2022 at the home of her son, Jeffrey in Kennedy, while under the Hospice guard. She was born on July 6, 1935 in Bradford, Pennsylvania, the […]

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Timothy Michael Raycraft | Obituary

Timothy Michael Raycraft, 51, of Riverton, died Thursday, June 30, 2022, at 9:38 p.m., at St. John’s Hospital, ER, Springfield. Visitation will be held Friday, July 8, 2022, from 5 to 8 p.m. at Hinds Funeral Home, 348 N. Piatt Street, Bement. The funeral will be at 11 a.m., Saturday, July 9, 2022, at First […]

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Musical program, wood harvest at RSU 73

JAY – The board on Thursday, June 9 gave permission to obtain timber harvest offers and was informed of a special program presented to the district in October by the Portland Symphony Orchestra. Incoming freshman Brenden Veillieux requested permission to obtain bids for a timber harvest on nine acres in Jay belonging to Regional School […]

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South Range BOE recognizes long-time educators | News, Sports, Jobs

CANFIELD — The South Range School Board has recognized a number of staff who will not be returning next year. The council, with the help of high school principal Stephen Rohan, recognized Donna Slagle (physical education and health), Patti Yocum (first year), Laura Elder (high school English), Jeff DiCesare (music and band) and […]

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Bull Gap Journal – Sylacauga News

Bull Gap Journal is a special feature on SylacaugaNews.com and aired on MIX 106.5 and KiX 100.3 produced by Brig. General Robert Holmes (USAF, retired). Listen to Bull Gap Journal Minutes and subscribe to the free newsletter below. I am Robert Holmes. I am from Sylacauga, a retired Air Force Brigadier General and veteran. Some […]

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Marin IJ Readers Forum July 3, 2022 – Marin Independent Journal

The Apparent Values ​​of Recent Troubling Court Rulings Well, what do we have here? Apparently this is a Supreme Court that agrees with the criminalization of a woman’s right to choose what she can and wants to do with her body. At the same time, these “loving people” say that it is normal for people […]

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Brokerage activities: Agent of the Agent

This is the first episode of our new Office Management Principles video series. This first episode introduces the concept of agency and distinguishes the authorized activities that can be exercised by a broker or an agent. Presentation of the agency As brokerage services became more prevalent in California in the mid-twentieth century, and the public […]

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Golf Leagues | News, Sports, Jobs

RUSSELL, Pa. — Jim Casini and John Felton lead the Paul Holmes Memorial League at Cable Hollow Golf Course with 78.5 points. Chad Hotaling and Mark Snarburg are second with 77 points followed by Dave Samuelson and Dave Shurilla (76.5). Snarburg and Dennis Brink both shot 33 while Ralph Miller netted 38. —— […]

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4 Pumpkin Books for Fall-Ready Readers

From pumpkin spice lattes to pumpkin pie, it’s no secret that this festive orange fruit shines brightest in the fall. Here are four headlines to share with readers of all ages fascinated by all things pumpkin. From pumpkin spice lattes to pumpkin pie, it’s no secret that this festive orange fruit shines brightest in the […]

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Revere Softballers Makes News at Softball Tournaments Across USA

By Melissa Moore-Randall With school over and summer in full swing, nine Revere girls are spending their summer traveling across the state playing in USA Softball-sponsored tournaments for the North Shore Breakers 14U program. Revere natives, Danni Hope Randall, Revere High School Class of 2026, Josephine Piccardi, Maeve Hurley and Layla Hiduchick, Malden Catholic Class […]

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Semiconductor chip design center planned for West Lafayette – Indianapolis Business Journal

A Taiwan-based semiconductor company is partnering with Purdue University to establish a new chip design center on the West Lafayette campus. MediaTek USA announced on Tuesday that the center, which is expected to create up to 30 jobs, represents its first partnership with an American university, as well as a new growth model for the […]

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Throwback to June 28

100 years ago: 1922 Today will be Club Day, with Boys and Girls Clubs from Androscoggin, Sagadahoc, Franklin, Somerset, Kennebec, Knox and Lincoln Counties touring. The trip will be a visit to Augusta with the State House, the objective point. Those from the northern part of the twin counties will meet at Winthrop, and those […]

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Trojan Class Of 2022 recognized at a ceremony | News, Sports, Jobs

Southwest Central School Graduation Ceremony. LAKEWOOD — The Central Southwest School District’s 75th graduating class joined in a sea of ​​navy blue dresses and big smiles on Friday to celebrate graduation. After the procession set up for “Pump and Circumstance”, graduates and their loved ones gathered in the auditorium for a […]

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Republican Failure – The Ukiah Daily Journal

The Republican Party is selecting increasingly radical candidates, each vying to be more extreme. From a party with true values, how did we get there? The following assessment is taken from Thom Hartmann, Daily Kos 26May22. “The seeds of today’s crisis began with a plan for the wealthy and morbid big business to take over […]

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BernCo sheriff’s deputies will receive a $5,000 bonus

Copyright © 2022 Albuquerque Journal Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Office deputies will receive a one-time $5,000 bonus next month under a new union contract. However, their hourly wages will remain largely unchanged. A first-class deputy will earn $63,648 — the same amount as after the county’s last cost-of-living adjustment, according to the county attorney’s office. This […]

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Window treatments spruce up Liverpool before all class meetings Business Journal Daily

EAST LIVERPOOL, Ohio — With several thousand Potter alumni set to arrive in town next week for East Liverpool High School’s all-class reunion, many projects are underway to beautify the river town not just to honor its history, but also for its future. . Among the latest projects is the window dressing of empty downtown […]

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Briarcliff Middle School welcomes new vice principal Kristen Bonnici

Kristen Bonnici, left, will take over as vice-principal at Briarcliff Middle School on July 1, replacing Amy Gladstone Kristen Bonnici will take over as Deputy Director at Briarcliff College July 1, replacing Amy Gladstonewho will be the new principal, the Briarcliff Manor School District School Board announced Thursday. Ms. Bonnici is currently Deputy Director ofthe […]

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Greenville and St. John’s forge pact for nursing program

Ben Singson, Journalist June 23, 2022 St. John’s College of Nursing Chancellor Charlene Aaron (left) and HSHS Holy Family Hospital President Kelly Sager said University of Greenville students can now take the nursing program on campus . University of Greenville/Supplied GREENVILLE – The University of Greenville has received Higher Learning Commission approval for an agreement […]

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Spain-ed.com launches Spanish lessons with immersive training

Students receive help with the college entrance exam, DELE, Spanish language, and Spanish immersion programs. Barcelona, ​​Spain–(Newsfile Corp. – June 23, 2022) – Spain-ed.com has launched its immersive Spanish learning program in Barcelona for adults to prepare them for the “Diploma de Español Como Lengua Extranjera” ( DELE exam). Spain-ed.com aims to help its students […]

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Tackett, Bruhn Named First Team All-Area | Sports

MONTICELLO — Two track and field athletes from Monticello were named to the News-Gazette All-Area First Team last week. Several others received second-team and honorable mention status. ALL ZONE FIRST TEAM GIRLS Kate Ahmari Jr. Long Distance Uni High; Olivia Birge Sr. throws a salt fork; Mabry Bruhn Jr. Mid/Long Distance Monticello; Brianna Dixon Jr. […]

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Oklahoma teachers enjoy a 3-day road trip and farming adventure

Oklahoma educators who participated in a recent road trip to learn about agriculture had the opportunity to interact with farmers and ranchers who specialize in everything from no-till cotton production to bison production.(Photo by Randy Fath on Unsplash) Several dozen teachers from across Oklahoma recently participated in a “farm adventure,” investigating farms and other agricultural […]

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Thank you Centraide | Letter

Thank you Centraide | Letter As we wrap up the 2021-2022 school year, the Primary Intervention Program (PIP) at Friday Harbor Elementary School would like to thank United Way of San Juan County for another year of supporting the program! The PIP program is an early intervention program that works with students from kindergarten through […]

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11 Summerlin neighborhoods close to sale

Eleven neighborhoods in the planned community of Summerlin are down to fewer than 50 homes remaining, with some neighborhoods offering even fewer homes and moving closer to selling. In many cases, final home sales create special opportunities for buyers to take advantage of homebuilder offers which may include special pricing, additional upgrades and other incentives. […]

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A close second round in Colombia pits a former rebel and millionaire against each other

By REGINA GARCIA CANO and ASTRID SUAREZ BOGOTA, Colombia (AP) — Colombian voters will choose between a former rebel and an unpredictable millionaire on Sunday when they vote in a presidential runoff that promises to reshape the country after a first round that punished the political class. Polls show leftist Gustavo Petro and outsider Rodolfo […]

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Lorain Lions Club seeks new members – Morning Journal

The Lorain Lions Club, created in 1922, is looking for new members. Lorain Lions wants to build a stronger membership base as it enters its second century of service, according to a press release. The Centennial Club’s current year goals build on our three strengths: community service, fundraising and membership, while continuing the club’s commitment […]

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Meet the Director of the Street Food Institute of Albuquerque

Tina Garcia-Shams, executive director of the Street Food Institute. (Roberto E. Rosales/Diary) Tina Garcia-Shams, executive director of the Street Food Institute. (Roberto E. Rosales/Diary) Tina Garcia-Shams, executive director of the Street Food Institute. (Roberto E. Rosales/Diary) It was everyone’s worst nightmare. Tina Garcia-Shams and her catering team were heading to Santa Fe in two large […]

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UMF Grant Renewal for Upward Bound

FARMINGTON – The University of Maine at Farmington is thrilled to announce that the TRIO federal funding grant for its two Upward Bound programs has been renewed for the next five years. UMF will receive $3,591,775 as part of more than $16 million in grants that will support students from low-income backgrounds and families in […]

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Women’s Golf: Patriots Take Third Place in State – Pine and Lakes Echo Journal

JORDAN – Lightning delays pushed back the start of the Class 2A final round at Ridges in Sand Creek, and teams were only able to play 27 holes instead of 36, but the Pequot Lakes women’s team managed to finish third overall as a team. “When we arrived it was about 95 degrees with 30 […]

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Japanese PM’s caution sets potential long-term rule – The Journal

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, despite a disappointing start eight months ago, enjoys surprising popularity playing it safe as public concerns over coronavirus and global strife ease TOKYO (AP) — Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida didn’t look like he would last long when he took office eight months ago. He was considered nice, but indecisive […]

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Free college, professional resources for parents, students, and educators

READFIELD – GEAR UP (Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs) Maine has partnered with SEEDS Training (a world-class social and emotional learning company) to create an online post-secondary college and career resource center for Maine students, parents and educators to NO COST, as a statewide contribution by GEAR UP Maine. The hub includes […]

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Carlton High School 4th Quarter Honor Roll 2021-22 – Cloquet Pine Journal

To be recognized for honor roll “A”, students must hold a cumulative grade point average of 3.75 or higher while completing six graded courses. To be recognized for honor roll “B”, students must hold a GPA of 3.0 or higher. 6th year: Katelyn Cadotte, Jaylah Crane, Jorgen Herman, Baily Line, Gabriella Loucks, Cooper Miller, Eva […]

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School board hears many questions about hiring a superintendent, raises

ELIZABETHTOWN — An overflowing crowd attended the regular Bladen County School Board meeting on Monday, many with the intention of speaking out or supporting those who did regarding recent events. Eight speakers took to the podium, with the majority of comments directed at the board regarding both the hiring and the recent raise given […]

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Latin American activism leads local efforts on climate change

Masavi Perea, organizing director of Chispa Arizona, walks along the Community Garden Pathway on May 18, 2022 in Phoenix. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin) PHOENIX — Students at a mostly Hispanic elementary school in Phoenix have long lined up for morning classes on dusty dirt under the scorching sun. So when Tony Mada learned of plans […]

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Buckfield 32 Junior-Senior High School Graduates

BUCKFIELD – Passing showers may have soaked the chairs but couldn’t dampen the festive spirit on Saturday as the rains cleared the area about 15 minutes before Buckfield Junior-Senior High School is due to hold a graduation ceremony for the class of 2022. As Principal George Reuter and other school staff worked quickly to wipe […]

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World-class artists Derry head to the Walled City Music Festival

One of the last live music events in the city before the lockdown in March 2020, Festival organizers are very excited to make a return to live music making and will do so with a stellar lineup of internationally acclaimed guest musicians from around the world. world. Opening the festival program on Thursday, June 23, […]

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Texas school shooting teacher ‘devoted herself to her family and her students’

The funeral of a teacher killed in the Texas school shooting has been told how much she loved her dog, the hike and the exercise – but most of all, she loved her family and her students. A funeral mass was held on Friday for Eva Mireles, 44, who was killed on May 24 when […]

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Wrenshall School Board discusses luncheon schedule for coming year – Cloquet Pine Journal

WRENSHALL — The Wrenshall School Board discussed how to handle the district no longer receiving funding for lunches for all students, during a special budget meeting the district held on Thursday, June 9. Over the past year, the district has received funding to provide free lunches to all students, and Superintendent Kimberly Belcastro said it’s […]

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Auditions/registrations scheduled for Under a Yellow Star

NORWAY – Registration/auditions are scheduled for Monday, June 20 and Wednesday, June 22 at 6 p.m. in the auditorium of Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School for the play Under a Yellow Star – Diaries of Children of the Holocaust. There are about 30 roles for 8-year-olds in high school and a few adults. This piece […]

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Revere High School Graduates Class of 2022

On Tuesday night, more than 400 Revere High School seniors marched onto the stage at Harry Della Russo Stadium and received their diplomas as part of the high school graduation exercise. The evening began with the traditional procession of the Class of 2022 into the stadium followed by the presentation of the colors by the […]

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Softball: Morgan Willis gem helps Messalonskee through Lewiston

LEWISTON — Morgan Willis was in a groove. The Messalonskee starter threw a gem, striking out 14 in the Eagles’ five-inning 14-0 win over eighth-seeded Lewiston in a Class A North first-round softball game on Tuesday. The ninth-seeded Eagles (6-11) will next face top-seeded Brunswick (15-1) in the quarterfinals. Fourteen of Messalonskee’s 15 strikeouts were […]