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Rocket VB take on the #8 team in the C1 class – Syracuse Journal-Democrat

Lynn Wilhelm On Monday, September 19, the Rocket’s volleyball team played another triangle, this time with Malcolm and host Conestoga. In the first game of the night, Class C1 #8 Malcolm (14-1) defeated Conestoga (4-8) in straight sets. In Game 2 of the night, a determined Syracuse team took on the Malcolm Clippers in a […]

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Clark County School Board to Discuss Superintendent’s Evaluation

A year after the firing and subsequent rehiring of Superintendent Jesus Jara, the Clark County School Board is set to evaluate his performance as leader of the nation’s fifth-largest district. Jara, who joined the district in 2018, saw his tenure marked by several challenges in the years that followed: school closures amid the pandemic, allegations […]

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HRH Sports Roundup | Revere Diary

RHS Volleyball Team Remains Undefeated to Take First Place at GBL Revere High’s volleyball team improved to 8-0 and became the Greater Boston League’s (GBL) first-place lone possession with a 3-1 victory over Malden in a battle of teams undefeated last Wednesday at Revere High. Senior captain Tassya DaCosta turned in another outstanding performance for […]

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RSU 73 to hire another special education teacher

JAY – The Regional School Unit 73 Board of Trustees on Thursday evening, September 22, unanimously approved the hiring of an additional special education teacher for students in grades 7-12. “The middle and high school numbers are very concerning,” said Special Services Director Cherie Parker. “Our workloads and classrooms are packed and staff, even the […]

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Warrior Run campaign raises $900,000 | Local News

TURBOTVILLE — The Warrior Run Education Foundation has so far raised $900,000 for a $1.5 million capital campaign, titled First Century First. The announcement was made at the Warrior Run School District’s school board meeting on Monday. Jean Hormell, president of the foundation, thanked the school board and administration for making “such a significant investment” […]

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Briefcases: the law firm announces new hires

Sutin, Thayer & Browne has hired four new attorneys. Felecia N. Cantwell has joined the firm’s litigation group. Cantwell practices in civil litigation, regulatory and administrative law, employment and probate litigation. Prior to joining the firm, Cantwell served as general counsel in the Office of the Second Judicial District Attorney. She also worked in private […]

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Football tournament pairings revealed

Center Grove football teams will find themselves in new territory next week thanks to a large-scale realignment. The new landscape is not easier to navigate. The Trojan Girls, ranked seventh in the state, learned of their playoff fate when the IHSAA revealed its postseason brackets on Sunday night — and the first-round opponent is familiar. […]

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Ukrainian schools battered by Russian attacks in the south

The school in the village of the Ukrainian region of Mykolaiv has been ravaged by repeated bombardments – Copyright AFP Genya SAVILOV Joris FIORITI Just a few kilometers from the frontline, a destroyed village school in the southern region of Mykolaiv is a stark sign of the war damage Russia has inflicted on Ukrainian education. […]

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Photo album: Lewiston High School celebrates homecoming

Deion Jackson, left, shows his excitement Friday as his sophomore teammates battle it out against the junior class in the tug of war competition at the Lewiston High School Homecoming cheer rally at the school. Freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors held events throughout reunion week, culminating in the Friday Night Football game against Scarborough. Daryn […]

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ISD Hall of Fame Banquet and Induction Ceremony scheduled for Saturday

The Illinois School for the Deaf campus will be bustling this weekend as members of the deaf community from across the country gather for the ISD Alumni Association Hall of Fame banquet and induction ceremony – a event last held in 2018. “With COVID, the pandemic, 2020 has been canceled and we just have to […]

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Russians rush for flights amid partial reservist call-up

Vladimir, a passenger of the Moscow-Belgrade flight operated by Air Serbia, speaks to the media at the airport in Belgrade, Serbia, Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2022. Large numbers of Russians rushed to book one-way tickets out from the country. while they still could after Russian President Vladimir Putin announced a partial mobilization of military reserves for […]

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Encouraging More Students to Take Construction and Trades Courses | Journal-news

Plumbers. Welders. Electricians. Carpenters. Machine operators. HVAC technicians. These are just a few of what used to be called technical and vocational trades learned in high school. Schools call them CTEs, or Career and Technical Education Programs. Either way, they are essential for all of us. Our communities and our nation need more plumbers, welders, […]

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Carter Wins Top Volleyball Honors | Etvarsity

The White Oak Ladynecks went nine sets in total against quality opponents last week, and Calee Carter put in dominant performances in both matches. For her efforts, Carter earned East Texas Women’s Volleyball Player honors from the Longview News-Journal for games played September 12-17. The award is sponsored by the Longview Orthopedic Clinic. Carter finished […]

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Todd Hauser | News, Sports, Jobs

Todd Hauser MICHIGAMME TOWNSHIP – Todd Gordon Hausher, 58, of 131 Brown Road, Michigamme Township, died early Friday morning, September 16, 2022, at UP Health System – Bell. Todd was born June 13, 1964, in Appleton to Gordon and Barbara (Zuehlke) Hausher and graduated from Appleton East High School, class of […]

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State Police Pension Fund, Others Settle Class Action

Members of a class action lawsuit, including the Oklahoma Police Pension and Retirement System, its building seen here, have agreed to a $23.5 million settlement with defendant Evolent Health. (Photo by Janice Francis-Smith) The Oklahoma Police Pension and Retirement System (OPPRS) and other class action members have reached a $23.5 million settlement with Evolent Health. […]

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McCaughey: Protecting Religious Freedom | Opinion

LGBTQ advocates are gaining political support and legal guarantees at lightning speed. Only a decade ago, President Barack Obama still claimed to oppose same-sex marriage, a position that would be unthinkable for him today. He evolved. But politics and religion are different. Politicians may be able to turn on a dime. Christian and Hebrew colleges […]

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Arizona State fires Edwards after loss to MAC school

Arizona State coach Herm Edwards looks to the scoreboard with his team against Eastern Michigan during the first half of an NCAA college football game on Saturday September 17, 2022 in Tempe, Arizona. (AP Photo/Darryl Webb) TEMPE, Ariz. — Arizona State athletic director Ray Anderson made a calculated gamble when he hired a football coach […]

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Johnson County districts plan to add ORS

Local schools will receive several hundred thousand dollars in state money this school year through Indiana’s Safe Schools Safety Grants for fiscal year 2023. The Franklin and Center Grove school districts received up to $100,000 of the matching grant. Clark-Pleasant received $60,000, Greenwood Community School Corporation schools received $52,318, and Indian Creek schools received $24,000, […]

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Volunteers wanted: September 18, 2022 | Way of life

HeartsWay Hospice of Northeast Texas is looking for caring people who want to serve as volunteers to support its palliative care teams and their families. Our volunteers are used for office support, visiting nursing home patients, assisting with special events, and assisting with regional marketing. HeartsWay volunteers receive training and serve in their own communities. […]

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Obituary of Vilma G. (Geremia) Testa

Vilma G. (Geremia) Testa, 93, of Saunderstown, formerly of Warwick, passed away peacefully from a short illness on Thursday September 15, 2022 surrounded by her family at South County Hospital. She was the beloved wife of the late Anthony A. Testa. Born in Providence, she was the daughter of the late Alfred and Emma (Nardolillo) […]

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RM LAW announces class action lawsuit against Abbott Laboratories. |

BERWYN, Pa., September 16, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — RM LAW, PC announces that a class action lawsuit has been filed on behalf of all persons or entities who purchased Abbott Laboratories (“Abbott” or the “Company”) (NYSE: ABT) securities during the period from February 19, 2021 through June 8, 2022inclusive (the “Class Period”). Abbott the shareholders may, […]

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Letter to the editor: Portrait of a learner

Hello members of the Rangeley community, We actively engage stakeholders across the district in developing a Learner Profile, a collective vision that articulates our community’s aspirations for every student at Rangeley Lakes Regional School. Our portrait of a learner will serve as a North Star for our schools, uniting our district around a common vision. […]

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RFH appoints Stephen Sarles as new director

Sep 15, 2022 RFH appoints Stephen Sarles as new director Mr. Stephen Sarles has assumed the role of new Principal of Rumson Fair Haven Regional High School. Stephen Sarles, approved by the school board in May, officially began his role as the next principal of Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School. In taking on this new […]

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Young is a mainstay in Grace College’s golf lineup

Center Grove product Lucy Young started all four seasons of her golf career at Grace College. Photo submitted Grace College launched its women’s golf program in 2015, which means the Lancers’ record books include many of the same names throughout. Among them is Lucy Young, who looks set to be on these same pages far […]

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The Man Behind The Vaqueros Voice – Alice Echo News Journal

By Melissa Cantu Trevino/[email protected] SAN DIEGO — For more than 20 years, the Voice of the Vaqueros has been welcoming fans and providing detailed coverage of Vaqueros football games. Rogelio “Roy” Guerrero has been the voice of the San Diego Vaqueros for over 20 years. Photo by Melissa Cantu Trevino Rogelio “Roy” Guerrero served as […]

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Larry Argall | News, Sports, Jobs

NEGAUNEE, MI – Larry D. ‘Wads’ Argall, 66, of Negaunee, passed away peacefully Thursday evening, September 8, 2022, at UP Health System – Marquette, with his loving family by his side. Larry was born July 3, 1956 in Ishpeming, to Richard and Marilyn (Ronquist) Argall, graduated from Ishpeming Secondary School, Class of 1974 and has […]

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Edinburgh parents quiz, superintendent defends restaurant giveaway

Edinburgh Community High School. Daily Diary File Photo The Superintendent of the Edinburgh Community School Corporation is defending his decision to accept a donation and publicly thank a business associated with a registered sex offender. On September 2, the Edinburgh Community School Corporation’s Facebook page shared a message thanking several companies for donating money to […]

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Vote for the Poughkeepsie Journal 9/5-11 Athletes of the Week

As students returned to school and we hailed the full return of high school sports last week, there was a plethora of exciting games and performances showcased by local athletes, helping their teams get off to a hot start. . As such, we have a full list of nominees for the first episode of Athletes […]

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‘Monarch’ Boss on Dottie’s Future, That Flashforward Mystery and More |

[Warning: The below contains MAJOR spoilers for the Monarch series premiere “Stop at Nothing.”] Did Monarch just killed Susan Sarandon in the first episode? ! Well, here’s what we know. Dottie de Sarandon has cancer and decides she wants to die “on her own terms”, turning to her daughter Nicky (Anna Friel) to help her […]

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Parenting: Parent-teacher organizations aren’t just for kids

They’re known at school as the group of parents who orchestrate everything from Halloween parties to book fairs, but a parent-teacher organization isn’t just for kids. Parents join a PTO for all kinds of reasons. It’s helped some revitalize their job skills, share their passions, find job opportunities, and appease the desert of middle-aged friends, […]

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The Routt Foundation awards 56 scholarships

Routt Catholic High School awarded 56 students a combined scholarship of $46,733 through the Routt Education Foundation. Annual scholarships range from $300 to $2,230, said Colleen Doyle, director of development and enrollment at Routt. “Many of these scholarships are funded by donations from individuals, families and local businesses,” Doyle said. “These scholarships are very special […]

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Paving the way | News, Sports, Jobs

Randolph’s Xander Hind tries to miss with a tackle while receiving blocks from teammates Talon Rowland (17) and Ryan Carpenter (65) during Friday’s Class D game against Clymer/Sherman/Panama at Randolph. Photo of PJ by Tim Frank RANDOLPH – Randolph’s offensive line is proving to be a problem for opponents this fall. With fullback Payton Slade […]

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Walton, Selma High Dominates Holtville – The Selma Times‑Journal

Walton, Selma High dominates Holtville Posted 3:16 p.m. on Friday, September 9, 2022 Selma High relied on quarterback Marcus Walton’s run to record their first Region 3, Class 5A victory of the season. Walton rushed for 250 yards and scored a touchdown as the Saints beat Holtville 18-7 Thursday at Memorial Stadium. The Saints improved […]

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Okolona residents invited to meet Courier Journal editors

Since September 6, Courier Journal journalists have been working from the South-Central Regional Library in Okolona. We have already heard from some of you, who have stopped to speak or sent us notes on issues we should write about in your community. Now our editors are coming out, and we invite you to stop by […]

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Nearly 6,000 people affected by Franklin College hack

More than 5,900 people involved with Franklin College may have had their personal data compromised. FILE PHOTO FROM DAILY NEWSPAPER. Those involved at Franklin College may have seen personal data revealed to hackers who hacked into the school’s network with a malicious code attack. The attack took place on January 21, and college officials withheld […]

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Introduction to Amateur Radio Class and Free License Exam

Introduction to Amateur Radio Class and Free License Exam September 8, 2022 1:30 a.m. Submitted by Gregory Hancock. Do you like science and electronics or just like to learn new things? Are you interested in a new hobby that is both technical and social? Or have you thought about how you can help the community […]

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Despite economic headwinds, truck orders persist

Net orders for Class 8 trucks reached 21,600 units in August, according to preliminary data released by ACT Research, a signal that “despite heightened economic uncertainty, carrier profitability and unmet demand continue to support activity. “, said Eric Crawford, vice president and vice president of ACT. Senior Analyst. In July, order activity was the weakest […]

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Case Summary: September 7, 2022 | Local

Eastman grants scholarships to East Texas students Eastman Chemical Co., which operates in Longview and Tyler, awarded $48,000 in scholarships to 24 East Texas high school students. Fellowships pay $1,000 per semester for up to two semesters, with additional fellowships and internships available. The following area seniors are the 2022 recipients of the Eastman Chemical […]

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county continues additional mortgage tax | News, Sports, Jobs

MAYVILLE – The additional Chautauqua County mortgage tax will continue. During the county legislature’s recent meeting, county lawmakers voted in favor of a local law to add an additional 25 cents to every $100 of mortgage on real estate located in Chautauqua County. During the plenary session of the legislature, no one spoke […]

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Kanye West Reveals His Favorite Beyoncé Renaissance Song |

Kanye West has revealed his “favorite song” to Beyoncé’s “Renaissance.” The rap legend has shared some of his favorite songs with his 17 million Instagram followers, including the track ‘Church Girl’ off the hitmaker’s latest album ‘Halo’. He captioned a screenshot of the song on a streaming service: “Favorite song from Beyoncé’s album.” The “Stronger” […]

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Some schools bringing back corporal punishment |

A school district in rural Missouri has decided to bring back the practice of spanking for this school year, a sort of blast from the past that has no close comparison. Cassville R-IV, saying parents spoke out about poor student discipline, now allows parents to fill out a form whereby employees are authorized to hit […]

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Obituary of Dan Robison – Topeka Capital-Journal

Dan Robison, 88, of Wichita, KS passed away peacefully on Friday August 19, 2022 in Jupiter, Florida surrounded by his loving family. His legacy lives on through his wife Sondra, their three children and grandchildren. Dan was born April 10, 1934 in Barnard, MO to Virgil and Lucile Robison. In his early years, Dan’s family […]

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Monte Vista Newspaper | Class announcements for September 1, 2022

01 Tickets 02 Thank you card 03 Memorials 04 Lost & Found 05 Reviews The contractor wanted to renovate the bathroom in Creede Haven. Call Steve or Cynthia Haynes at 785-475-8576 or 785-475-7416 or [email protected]. (21/09) FOR SALE: Fresh tomatoes, place your order NOW! 1st Come 1st serve. Call 719-851-0926. (21/09) WE BUY HORSE WOOD: […]

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Dunkirk loses OT thriller at Lake Shore | News, Sports, Jobs

Dunkirk running back Quanteer Neallard breaks free for a run during Thursday’s non-league soccer match against Angola’s Lake Shore. Photo of PJ by Braden Carmen ANGOLA – Lake Shore head coach Dan Russell spoke to his team ahead of Thursday night’s first game of the season about making memories. His team certainly made a few […]

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Pandemic impact: Reading scores show biggest drop since 1990

The National Center for Education Statistics study on the effect of COVID found a significant drop in reading and math scores for 9-year-olds. The lowest performing students experienced the most pronounced decline. Reading and math scores have suffered from COVID, according to the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES). In a study of the impact […]

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Running out of water, prep football adapts in Mississippi’s capital

Marcus Gibson never realized how much water a high school football program was using until it was gone. Even so, he considers his team one of the luckiest as a water crisis rocks Mississippi’s largest city. The football coach at Murrah High School — smack in the middle of Jackson, Mississippi, not far from the […]

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THIS CHAMPIONSHIP 1961 | Blade Log

ELIZABETHTOWN – Notre Dame of 1924 had The Four Horsemen; Fordam’s 1936 had The Seven Blocks of Granite; and 1960’s Elizabethtown High School had The Tri-Captains. Walter Bullard, Bobby Guyton, and Leslie Johnson were seniors on an Elizabethtown High football team that would make a special run to the school’s first-ever conference championship game. […]

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Cal Thomas: Will Governor Youngkin be number 9?

Richmond, Va. — Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin has only been in office for seven months, and he’s already ranked fifth in a Washington Post article about possible 2024 GOP presidential candidates. In an interview, I asked him to respond to suggestions from some that he might be well-placed to run for president in 2024. His […]

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Janis Evelyne Ruslink | News, Sports, Jobs

Janis Evelyn Ruslink, 94, of Jamestown, NY, died Thursday August 25, 2022 at UPMC Chautauqua. Janis was born in Jamestown, NY on January 10, 1928 to the late David A. and Gertrude Carlson. She graduated from Rahway High School in Rahway, NJ in 1944. She later graduated from Packard Secretarial School in New York. She […]

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Army program gives underperforming recruits a second chance

By LOLITA C. BALDOR FORT JACKSON, SC (AP) — Chaz Andrews has wanted to join the military since he was 19, but he’s failed the service’s academic test more than 10 times over the past decade. Now, at 29, Andrews thinks he’s got a real shot at it, thanks to a new Army program that […]

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Albany’s Flawed Rules Limit Potential School Mergers | News, Sports, Jobs

This is an open letter to Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli: I read with interest the recent Post-Journal article in which it was said that you believe that if taxpayers want to save money, they should consolidate schools. As a taxpayer, I’m always in favor of saving money. As a parent of three children who […]

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Lawmakers commit $213 million to flood recovery – The Interior Journal

Lawmakers commit $213 million for flood recovery Posted at 07:24 on Friday, August 26, 2022 TOM LATEC kentucky today A special legislative session began on Wednesday, with the executive and legislative branches of government agreeing to spend $212.7 million over the next six months to help rebuild communities devastated by deadly eastern Kentucky floods that […]

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Student loan crisis awaits new generation despite Biden plan

FILE – New graduates enter High Point Solutions Stadium before the start of Rutgers University’s graduation ceremony in Piscataway Township, NJ, May 13, 2018. President Joe Biden’s student loan forgiveness provides a life-changing financial break for millions of Americans. But for prospective students heading to college under the same conditions that created today’s debt, critics […]

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Carlton Independent School District 93 R – Cloquet Pine Journal

Carlton Independent School District 93 Regular School Board Minutes – Monday, July 18, 2022 Emerson called the meeting to order at 7:03 p.m. The meeting continued with the Pledge of Allegiance. Members present: Emerson, Gustafson, Karp, Ojibway, with Superintendent Engstrom. Absent members: Hagenah, Szymczak. Gustafson’s MOTION to approve the meeting agenda with an amendment adding […]

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Charlie Andrew Jones, Sr. | Groesbeck Journal

Charlie Andrew Jones, Sr. of Groesbeck died on Tuesday August 16, 2022 at Legends Oak Healthcare in Austin, TX. Visitation will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. on Friday, August 26, 2022 at Groesbeck Funeral Home Chapel. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, August 27, 2022 at Lone Star Missionary Baptist […]

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Soaring costs could jeopardize school nutrition programs

Breadcrumb Links Policy Publication date : August 23, 2022 • 47 minutes ago • 2 minute read • Join the conversation With a waiting list of over 150 schools in Alberta for its school nutrition programs, Breakfast Club of Canada has launched a back-to-school fundraiser. Photo of Provided by Breakfast Club of Canada Content of […]

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Samuel Garson receives the Fulbright Prize

Submitted by San Juan Island School District The U.S. Department of State and the Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board are pleased to announce that Samuel Garson of Friday Harbor High School has received a Fulbright Teachers for Global Classrooms Program award. As a Fulbright recipient, Garson will share his knowledge and foster meaningful connections between communities […]

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Cannon airman killed in motorcycle crash

Brendan Carr (COURTESY US AIR FORCE) An Airman assigned to Cannon Air Force Base died Sunday in a motorcycle accident. Airman 1st Class Brendan Carr, who was assigned to the 27th Special Operations Maintenance Squadron, died in Portales, Cannon officials said. Sign up for our free Daily News bulletin Carr was an aircraft hydraulic systems […]

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Campbell set to guide Greenwood through uncertain future

Mike Campbell is in his 17th and final season as Greenwood’s football coach. He was named the school’s new athletic director last week. Rob Baker | For the daily newspaper It seems like a turbulent time at Greenwood High, but you wouldn’t know it from talking to Mike Campbell. A teacher and coach in these […]

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Parenting: Young people’s mental health in crisis. What are the schools doing?

For fourth-grade student Leah Rainey, the school day now begins with what her teacher calls an “emotional recording.” “Good to see you. How are you?” chirps a happy voice on the screen of his laptop. This one asks him to click on an emoji corresponding to his state of mind: Happy. Sad. Concerned. Angry. Frustrated. […]

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Federal court dismisses Mississippi student’s racial bias claim

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) – A lawsuit alleging that a school district in a small town in the Mississippi Delta discriminated against a black female student and deprived her of an academic award has been dismissed. by a panel of federal judges. Olecia James filed a federal lawsuit in 2019 against the Cleveland School District, claiming […]

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newspaper backtracks on paper it agreed to retract last year – Retraction Watch

A Springer Nature journal decided not to withdraw an article it was investigating for plagiarism since it received allegations in January 2021. The decision came a year and a half after the editor apparently agreed that the item was to be removed, and only days after we reported on the matter. Systems engineer Paola Di […]

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Get kids active and creative with the Markham School of Dance

Online courses for performing arts training for children and adolescents aged three and over Children learn best by actively engaging with their environment and trying many different activities. By being exposed to various opportunities where they can learn new skills, they are able to develop their independence, gain confidence and have good self-esteem. Plus, it […]

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Football Whiteland: Season preview – Daily Journal

Whiteland running back Gunnar Hicks holds off a Franklin defender during a game last season. Daily Diary File Photo As registration numbers continue to rise at Whiteland, you would think there would be less of a need to use the same players on both sides of football. Warriors coach Darrin Fisher, however, looks set to […]

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Bridgton Museum has a new interactive map on its website

BRIDGTON — The Rufus Porter Museum of Art and Ingenuity at 121 Main St. has added a new interactive map to the museum’s website. This map, developed by Grace Acton, summer intern Dorothy W. Sanborn in 2022, was designed to accompany the museum’s current temporary exhibition on the travels of itinerant artists of the early […]

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Thomas “Tom” C. Smith – Wadena Pioneer Journal

Thomas “Tom” Cecil Smith, 82, Waite Park, MN, died Tuesday August 16, 2022 at his home in Waite Park, MN. The Christian Burial Mass celebrating the life of Tom will be held on Tuesday, August 23, 2022 at 1:00 p.m. at St. Augustine Catholic Church, St. Cloud, MN. Visitation will be Monday, August 22, 2022 […]

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Center Grove women’s football routs Columbus North

Columbus North’s Kara Kolhouse, left, and Center Grove’s Ella DeWitt battle for a loose ball during Monday’s game. Sam Findley | For the daily newspaper It had been 312 days since that game. Three hundred and twelve days since Columbus North beat Center Grove in last season’s Class 3A semifinal. Almost a year since the […]

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SSAT/ISEE Test Guide – Online Tutoring Launched for Private School Admission

Austin, USA – August 15, 2022 — This approach is part of the tutor’s mission to help students integrate the most elite private colleges and high schools. In particular, the guide provides tips on how to review and pass the SSAT or ISEE. More information on Dr. Kelly Frindell’s e-book is available via https://www.inhousetestprep.com/ssat-isee-review-packages Students […]

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Indian Creek Football: Season Preview

Indian Creek senior quarterback Arjun Lothe throws a pass during practice. Daily Diary File Photo There are football players who just seem to have the name of a quarterback. Arjun Lothe falls into this category, although the left-handed Indian Creek flagman seems to have the ability to go along with him. And the desire to […]

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First team defense dominates at UNM football training

UNM wide receiver Michael Buckley (80) is tackled by Reco Hannah (44) during Lobo’s football practice Saturday at University Stadium. (Chancey Bush/Newspaper) University of New Mexico coach Danny Gonzales calls sophomore Cody Moon “the quintessential New Mexico kid,” a type of player who comes to the Lobos as an extra. Moon, a Volcano Vista grad, […]

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The causes of vomiting can be elusive

First in a series. Vomiting is no one’s favorite pastime. Unfortunately, some cats vomit intermittently throughout their lives. The causes can be elusive. I learned early on that even when I was sure I had the answer, it was important to be prepared to be wrong. Unexpected clues – easy to miss – change treatment […]

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Calipari calls Kentucky a ‘school of basketball’, riling Stoops

LEXINGTON John Calipari’s push to improve his Kentucky basketball team’s practice facilities drew a yank from Wildcats football coach Mark Stoops on Twitter after the Hall of Fame coach called the university of “basketball school” in an interview. Ahead of the second of four Wildcats exhibition games in the Bahamas, Calipari noted recently approved improvements […]

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Free Basic Life Support Certification Courses

AUBURN – Central Maine Community College’s (CMCC) Workforce and Career Development Center offers free Basic Life Support certification courses. Each course will run twice, Monday August 15 and Monday August 22 from 5-9 p.m., and applies to students entering one of the many healthcare professions (EMT (emergency medical technician), nursing, CNA (certified nursing assistant), home […]

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Recognized higher education students | Local News

PIATT COUNTY – Several high school and college students in Piatt County have recently been recognized by their institutions. University of Nebraska-Lincoln Jackson Grambart of Monticello, is among 43 new freshmen selected to join the Nebraska Business Honors Academy at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln this fall. Grambart intends to specialize in accounting. Cohorts complete most […]

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The Lardon de Las Campanas makes history by winning the Sun Country event

Brad Lardon poses with his trophy during his victory Tuesday at Isleta Golf Club. (log file) (Click here for final tournament scores.) Copyright © 2022 Albuquerque Journal ISLETA PUEBLO — Through six holes in the final round of the Sun Country PGA Professional Championship on Tuesday, Brad Lardon saw his three-shot 36-hole lead disintegrate at […]