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Supreme Court Religious Liberty Cases

Religious freedom cases now feature prominently on the Supreme Court docket. In the past five years alone, the Court has thrown out Covid-19 restrictions on religious worship, rejected the exclusion of Catholic charities from Philadelphia’s foster care system, reaffirmed that courts cannot hand over questioned religious school employment decisions, struck down (twice) the exclusion of […]

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Blue Devils’ Griffin becomes 5th Duke player to fly to NBA

By AARON BEARD Duke freshman AJ Griffin is heading to the NBA, becoming the fifth Blue Devils player last week to declare early for the draft. The school announced Griffin’s decision on Sunday, the last day for players to declare themselves eligible for the NBA draft. Duke said the 6-foot-6, 222-pound winger was considered a […]

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JONES: Remembering Guy Lafleur, the definition of class

Breadcrumb Links Hockey Wrapped in this somewhere for me defines the greatness of The Flower, the big guy and the great hockey player the world lost to cancer on Friday Hockey gloves with the number 10 inscribed on them lay in front of the statue of Montreal Canadiens legend Guy Lafleur, who died at the […]

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I’m getting too old for rebuilds

By Ron PeschLocalSportsJournal.com My latest eBay acquisition is Jane Leavy’s biography, “The Big Fella” – a most fitting book to read as we finally head into Major League Baseball’s Opening Day. The subject of the book, of course, is George Herman ‘Babe’ Ruth. Curiously, at least for me, the title of the book corresponds to […]

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Seven suspects investigated in stabbing death of McNally student

Breadcrumb Links Crime Police are investigating seven suspects after the murder of 16-year-old Karanveer Sahota, the Edmonton police chief said Thursday Publication date : April 21, 2022 • 37 minutes ago • 2 minute read • Join the conversation A memorial has grown near McNally High School in Edmonton after student Karanveer Sahota, 16, died […]

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Marquette Yarn | JOURNAL: Changing angles for new perspectives

Many people may know that feeling: sitting in a theater with a bucket of popcorn in hand, accompanied by a small group of your closest friends who were excited to take the trip with you to the cinema the closest. After waiting what seems like an eternity, it’s time. The lights go out, the screen […]

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SAD 17, OHTS unveil proposed budgets for 2022-23

Oxford Hills School District Chief Financial Officer Carrie Colley answers questions about SAD 17’s proposed 2022-2033 budget during a forum at Oxford Hills Elementary School last Thursday. Nicole Carter / Democrat announcer OXFORD — Trustees of Maine School Administrative District 17 have proposed a budget of $47,557,984 for next year, an increase of about $3.7 […]

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Historic Donation – The Vermont Journal & The Shopper

Lucille with Marjorie Eleanor Carlton. Photo courtesy of Ron Patch Recently, the Chester Historical Society received a wonderful gift of historical artifacts from a lady in Halifax, Nova Scotia. A former Chester resident, last living in Nova Scotia, has requested that her first family records be returned to the Chester Historical Society. It’s an interesting […]

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SLJ Palooza Picture Book | School library journal

Join us July 14th for our second edition SLJ Palooza Picture Book, a free, all-day virtual celebration of authors and artists dedicated to visual dance and the extraordinary craft of picture books! Come and spend a day filled with speeches, author panels and illustrator spotlights with visionary creators. Visit the showroom, chat with authors and […]

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Husted Tours Hynes Industries Says “Everyone Wins” with TechCred Business Journal Daily

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – More than 40% of Hynes Industries workers have received additional training through the state TechCred programimproving the skills of the company’s workforce and saving them money. And the custom metal fabricator is ready to ask for more in the next round of funding. “It allowed us to bring people in in a […]

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Teachers support departure of Marin superintendent – ​​Marin Independent Journal

A majority of members of the Sausalito Marin City School District Teachers’ Union say they support a petition calling for the resignation of Itoco Garcia, the district superintendent. The teachers, members of the Sausalito District Teachers Association, are supporting the online petition because of “serious concerns about the district’s financial mismanagement,” according to a statement […]

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Athenians place second in 37th Athenian Invitational

Codey Emerson | [email protected] The Athenian Baseball Invitational always hosts a competitive field and Saturday was no different. The host Athenians brought their perfect 7-0 record and No.5 Class 3A finish in what was officially their home opener of the season. Griffith, Norwell and Franklin completed the four-team group and CHS would face the Grizzlies […]

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The personal diary of the painter Thomas Cole published for the first time

The personal diary written by Thomas Cole, a prominent painter and influential figure in American cultural history, has been made available to the public for the first time. The Thomas Cole National Historic Site announced Thursday that it has transcribed and published the diary of the artist who lived and worked in Catskill and founded […]

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Travelin’ Panthers on tour in Italy and Greece | Education

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Selma City Schools discusses planned and completed facility projects – The Selma Times‑Journal

At a meeting Monday, the Selma City Schools Board of Education received updates from Superintendent Dr. Avis Williams and Operations Manager Joe Peterson Jr. on several planned facility projects and several completed projects. Williams said several projects on the horizon include roof repairs for the cafeteria, annex and main building at RB Hudson Middle School, […]

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Opening of the Book Arts Fair at the SF Library on May 6

Maternal Mitochondria, the cross-generational art duo of Miriam Sagan and Isabel Winson-Sagan, will present a new book art exhibit, “Lending Library of the Invisible,” at the Southside Library, 6599 Jaguar Drive, Santa Fe. The show opens the May 6 and ends May 31. The exhibition features collaborative books that the mother-daughter team created during the […]

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Lawmakers override vetoes, including education and transgender sports bills – The Interior Journal

FRANKFORT, Ky. (KT) – Governor Andy Beshear vetoed some two dozen bills passed by the General Assembly in the last two days before their 10-day veto suspension, and when lawmakers are returned on Wednesday, they began voting to strike down the bills, one by one. Both chambers must approve the waiver, starting with the chamber […]

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Reese’s fleece gives a unique look to Maine skiers

The fastest team chose the slowest creature. Snails. Reese Furneaux wouldn’t want it any other way. She wanted the eggs. Furneaux of Bethel contracted to make fleece headbands for 96 members of Maine’s Eastern High School and U16 Championship Ski Teams. The two teams faced off over two weekends in March against teams from Vermont, […]

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Clarkton School of Discovery names honor students

The Clarkton School of Discovery has released its latest honor rolls. Superintendent’s List — Eighth year: Danyelle Cotton, Christopher Cromartie, Abigail Darling, Dajour Davis, Jackson Smith. — Seventh year: Vanessa Gonzalez – Flores, Tyliah Freeman, Mallory McDuffie, Liberty Osborne. — Sixth year: Madelyn Hall, Jason Jiang, Noah White. — Fifth year: Alyana Roberson. A […]

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ME Elementary Goes WILD – Ohio Ag Net

Miami East-MVCTC FFA Chapter students rotated roles for a day when they became teachers at Miami East Elementary School on Friday, April 8. 21 sophomores enrolled in plant and animal science were trained on Project WILD earlier in April and then prepared 20-minute lessons to educate kindergarten and first-grade classes about wildlife and wildlife habitats. […]

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Musselman’s Nauman Named April’s A Caring Educator Award Recipient | Journal-news

Musselman’s principal, Alicia Riggleman, said the Appleman family couldn’t be more grateful to have school graduate Rachel Nauman return to lead the coffee class at the school. Immediately adopting the position that grew the program, Nauman opened many avenues for herself and for the students. Nauman was recognized at Monday night’s Berkeley County School Board […]

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Biden moves to thwart new charter schools | EDITORIAL

Joe Biden promised during the presidential campaign to be an accomplice of the teachers’ unions. His latest attack on charter schools is another example of how he is fulfilling that vow. The charter school concept is a success story in American education. Charters are public schools run by outside groups. Operators generally have more freedom […]

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Briarcliff seventh grade students create designs using live bacteria

Usually, E. coli bacteria are dangerous to humans, but did you know that they can be bioengineered to be used safely in schools? Students from seventh to Jessica Loprienoit is Briarcliff College the science class painted with bio-engineered E. coli bacteria on petri dishes to create cool designs. The materials for this activity have been […]

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Summerlin to celebrate Earth Day

For residents of the planned community of Summerlin, which is framed by the majestic Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, every day is Earth Day in the community. This month the community is hosting a number of events and activations to officially celebrate Earth Month, Earth Day and general well-being, including a month-long exhibit of […]

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Get closer | News, Sports, Jobs

In this 2021 file photo, Connor Gray delivers to the plate while pitching for the Brooklyn Cyclones. Photo courtesy of Brooklyn Cyclones SYRACUSE — Connor Gray has pitched in Triple-A before, but you have to admit, he’s never felt closer to the big leagues than he does now. The 2012 Frewsburg graduate left camp with […]

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Jazz Great Harold Danko in two concerts at YSU Business Journal Daily

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — Jazz great and Mahoning Valley native Harold Danko will perform two free concerts, April 12 and 14, as part of his residency at Youngstown State University’s Dana School of Music. Originally from Masuria and a graduate of YSU’s Dana School of Music, Danko is a critically acclaimed jazz pianist, composer, bandleader, recording […]

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Pending staff cuts spark UCO protest

Students at the University of Central Oklahoma staged the first of what could be several protests on Wednesday, opposing the threat of losing privileged instructors to budget cuts. (Photo by Janice Francis-Smith) EDMOND — Students at the University of Central Oklahoma staged the first of what could be several protests on Wednesday, opposing the threat […]

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Jeremy Williams’ Story ‘TENACIOUS’ Moved to Script |

TENACIOUS, the story of a legendary coach Jeremy WilliamsTaps Julia Fowler, Netflix’s Fresh Off “Country Comfort,” to Write Script LOS ANGELES , April 6, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — TENACIOUS, a religious feature film based on Jeremy & that of Jennifer William inspiring book of the same name, engaged Caroline from the south native Julia Fowler to […]

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ABINGTON HEIGHTS HIGH SCHOOL HONOR ROLL

Honor roll of the 2nd quarter 2021-2022 9th year Conner Abel, Regan Allison, Kimora Anglin, Julius Asencio, Teresa Atkinson-Moore, Mackenzie Augis, Sloan Ballman, Justin Barahona, Jesse Bettelli, Hunter S. Bidwell, Carson Bird, Mary Elise Booth, Siena L. Bossi, Gabriella H. Bourcier , Georgia G. Butala, Anais S. Butovich, Alejandro J. Cano, Stephen Cantner, Trinity […]

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Frances Brigiotta Galbato | News, Sports, Jobs

Frances Brigiotta Galbato, 89, of Lakewood, NY, died November 16, 2021 at her home. A lifelong resident of the area, she was born August 28, 1932 in Jamestown, NY, the daughter of the late Antonino “Tony” and Giuseppe “Josephine” Vitanza Brigiotta. Frances graduated from Jamestown High School in 1950, and at the age of 22 […]

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Bay Village Schools Appoint Scot T. Prebles New Superintendent – ​​Morning Journal

The Bay Village School Board has named Scot T. Prebles the new Bay Village City School District Superintendent. Scot T. Prebles (Submitted Photo) The board unanimously approved the appointment on April 2 at a special board meeting, according to a news release. Prebles, who currently serves as superintendent of the Forest Hills School District in […]

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The startup’s model tackles the adoption of electric trucks

El Segundo transportation startup Watt-EV recently used its grant and seed funding with an order for 50 Volvo VNR electric trucks to launch the company’s Truck-as-a-Service model in California.The TaaS model works by making Class 8 electric trucks accessible and affordable to shippers and carriers at a per-mile rate that includes charging. WattEV chief executive […]

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Inspirada supports Munchies 4 the Military

Inspirada, a planned community in Henderson, has partnered with Liberty High School and the City of Henderson to sponsor this year’s Munchies 4 the Military, a giving campaign founded by the Douglas J. Green Memorial Foundation. Together, the organizations are asking for the community’s help in collecting Wish List donations for the foundation’s care packages, […]

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The gallery offers courses in traditional Chinese calligraphy

“Jonathan on Virtue.” Photo provided SPRINGFIELD, Vermont – Gallery at the VAULT is offering a Traditional Chinese Calligraphy Class with Jonathan Root on Saturday, April 23 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Learn the basics of Chinese calligraphy focusing on the work of Ou Yang Zun, one of the great calligraphers of the Tang Dynasty […]

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Selma Times-Journal Male Basketball Player of the Year Makes History – The Selma Times-Journal

Southside point guard Chris Thomas continues to add accolades to an ever-growing resume in his senior year in the sport. Thomas, the Selma Times-Journal Football Player of the Year, can now add the Selma Times-Journal Men’s Basketball Player of the Year to his list of accomplishments. He is the first athlete to win both honors […]

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Parking search goes high tech

Vishnu Mano is only 16 years old but has already deployed his six years of programming experience to create a sensational app. A student at City High/Middle School in Grand Rapids, Mano is the founder and developer of Spotter, an app he created that helps drivers find the nearest free parking spot when paired with […]

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Lewiston schools aim for around $1 tax impact

LEWISTON — The estimated fiscal impact of the proposed school budget is just under $1, Superintendent Jake Langlais told the school board Wednesday. At $11.72 per $1,000 of assessed value, Lewiston residents would pay a school tax rate about $0.99 more than last year, if approved in its current form. The school board could still […]

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Smith Announces Bid for State Representative – Lynn Journal

Journal Special Tristan Smith, a longtime resident of Essex’s 8th District, which includes all of the towns of Marblehead and Swampscott as well as several constituencies in Lynn, has announced his candidacy for the open state representative seat which will be vacated by the current state representative. Lori Ehrlich, who has accepted a new position […]

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State Supreme Court blocks ruling against Greenville red light cameras – Reuters

The North Carolina Supreme Court has agreed to block a lower court ruling against Greenville’s red light camera enforcement program. The court granted an interim stay on Wednesday. This will allow the program to continue as a lawsuit against red light cameras continues. Greenville and the Pitt County School System jointly requested the stay Tuesday. […]

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TikTok faces lawsuits from former content moderators

During 12-hour shifts for seven months, Ashley Velez watched video after video of graphic violence and child abuse as a content moderator for TikTok. On Thursday, the Las Vegas resident and another former content moderator filed a federal class action lawsuit against TikTok and its owner, Bytedance Inc., alleging the company violated California unfair competition […]

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Yes, give these guys a parade! | Jersey Journal Editorial

After an incredible historic run that brought the city, county and state together behind them, the St. Peter’s University Peacocks absolutely deserve a parade and a party. For the first time in school history, the “Miracle on Montgomery Street” reached the Elite Eight of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, which felt like a local moonshot […]

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The gendarmes in search of a decisive season

Codey Emerson | [email protected] NEW MARKET – Southmont have come close to an illustrious sectional title for the past few seasons, including a season ago when they fell to county rivals Crawfordsville 3-2, but just haven’t been able to break through. This is the year the RCMP hopes to bring home the school’s first section […]

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UNLV footballers Harrison Bailey and Ricky White reunited

Harrison Bailey barely knew Ricky White III the first time he recruited him. He knew White was one of the best wide receivers in the greater Atlanta area. He thought he would complement the rest of the Marietta High School pass catchers as a quick and elusive target. But the quarterback didn’t have White’s phone […]

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Editorial: Interim Release Gone Wrong

House arrest isn’t what it used to be – or even what it’s supposed to be – not if the allegations are true that 18-year-old Immanuel Segura and his brother sold drugs and drugs weapons in a northeast Albuquerque apartment while Segura was under house arrest. Albuquerque police say Segura sold hundreds of fentanyl pills […]

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Dist. 26 Switch to block schedule for middle schoolers

By Journal staff | to March 26, 2022 Students at River Trails Middle School starting next year will see their class schedules change significantly to allow more time to be spent on individual subjects. River Trails School Dist. On March 15, the 26th School Board approved changes for the 2022-23 school year at […]

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Tomlinson teardown | News, Sports, Jobs

Maple Grove senior Luke Tomlinson went 44-4 with 37 pins this season, which ended with a sixth-place finish in the 145-pound Division II NYSPHSAA championships last month. Photo courtesy of Michelle Gilbert | Artistic Charm by Luke Tomlinson “Achievements of Struggle” The page on armdrag.com looks like the ceiling in Madison […]

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Blanchester Middle School students win academic honors

BLANCHESTER – The latest STAR, Merit and Honor chart for Blanchester Middle School: 6th year STAR Honor Roll (4.0) Aisley Czaika, Reece Ledford, Frankie McIntosh, Braxton Short. Honor Roll (3.99-3.50) Joseph Bailey, William Chatham, Kaeley Crothers, Khloe Crothers, Drew Davenport, Morgan East, Levi Faulkner, Aileah Finney, Lucas Gudorf, Brooklyn Johnson, Shelby Jones, Eric Lin, Dulce […]

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Eagles eliminate Knights from tournament | News, Sports, Jobs

ST. PAUL – Sacred Heart had a certain size and a certain tenacity. Sleepy Eye St. Mary’s had to worry Thursday afternoon in the Class A boys’ basketball consolation semifinals at the Gangelhoff Center. Unfortunately for the Knights, that wasn’t all Sacred Heart had as he hit seven 3-pointers in the first half […]

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Students attend cattle rustling case in Supreme Court

I am delighted to announce the second year of a New Mexico Supreme Court civic education program on the role of the judiciary in our democracy and the development of the rule of law. Last year’s program was a resounding success, reaching more than 580 students in schools across the state. Students watched tapes of […]

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Interview with Briarcliff 2022 Valedictorian and Salutatorians

Briarcliff High School Class of 2022 valedictorian Neel Raut and the two Salutatorians – Erin Burns (left) and Marina Varriano It’s that time of year when we spotlight the students who will represent the Class of 2022 like Major of promotion and salutatorians. We caught up Neel RautValedictorian 2022 from Briarcliff High School, as well […]

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Utah governor latest to veto ban on transgender sports

DEVELOPMENT… The story will be updated as new information can be verified. Updated 3 times SALT LAKE CITY — Utah Gov. Spencer Cox vetoed a ban on transgender students playing sports for girls on Tuesday, becoming the second Republican governor this week to overrule state lawmakers who s are attacking youth sports amid broader culture […]

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Tipton-Durant students win essay contest – The Selma Times‑Journal

A dozen students from Tipton-Durant Middle School have been named winners of an essay and poster contest on “How voting affects me in my school, my community and my future.” JaMeria Hardy, Adreoanna Heatley, Australia McQueen, Earlaysha Bender, Jaikari Colvin, JaMya Richardson, Courvoisea Fails, Aarron Bonner, Sakiyah Bonner, JaMya Braddy, Ameria Jackson and JaQuarious Watts […]

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Ohio redistricting panel charts course for 4th map proposal – Morning Journal

COLUMBUS — The Ohio Redistricting Commission has decided to seek two independent mappers and a mediator to help develop new district maps following the Ohio Supreme Court’s rejection of a third set of maps submitted by the Republican-dominated panel. The commission decided Saturday afternoon to seek recommendations for the two independent mappers to join the […]

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Senators Spar Over Future of Social Security in the Wall Street Journal

Last month, Sen. Rick Scott (R-Fla.), the chairman of the Senate Republican Campaign Committee, released a document called the 11-Point Plan to Rescue America, which was billed as policy positions that will be pursued by the Republicans in the event that they take over control of the Senate following this year’s midterm elections. Scott’s plan […]

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Mary Schreckengost Obituary (1926 – 2022) – Lorain, OH

Mary M. Schreckengost (née Bucher), 96, died at Southwest General Health Center on the afternoon of Saturday, March 12, 2022. Mary was born in Lorain on February 1, 1926. Raised in Cleveland, she was a graduate from Jane Addams High School; she then attended Kent State University where she received her Bachelor of Education. Mary […]

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Saint Peter’s University quietly savors OT win over Kentucky

JERSEY CITY, NJ (AP) — Everyone was abuzz about tiny Saint Peter University on Friday after its stunning NCAA Tournament against Kentucky, except maybe Saint Peter University. Of course, students and staff savored the 85-79 overtime win for the 15th-seeded Peacocks. But Fridays are generally quiet on the campus in Jersey City, New Jersey, and […]

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JHS Boys basketball team receives sendoff | News, Sports, Jobs

Students and staff lined the sidewalks outside Jamestown High School on Thursday morning to wish members of the men’s basketball team luck ahead of their hours-long trip to Glens Falls. The team is participating in its third trip to the New York State Public High School Athletic […]

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Community Calendar | News, Sports, Jobs

THU/3-17 Alliance Live version of the online game “Among us,” 5:30-7 p.m., Rodman Public Library; 12-18 years old; information at 330-821-2665, ext. 217 Beloit West Branch School Board, 6:30 p.m., High School Media Room; working session at 5:30 p.m. Boardman WDB Zone 17 Executive Committee Meeting, Noon, OhioMeansJobs Center – Mahoning County, 127 […]

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Charles Greene Obituary (1944 – 2022) – Lincoln, NE

Charles Edward Greene March 21, 1944 – March 14, 2022 Charles Edward Greene, 77, of Lincoln died March 14, 2022. He was born March 21, 1944, in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, to Bertha Johnson. For most of his youth, he grew up and lived in Seattle, Washington. He graduated from O’Dea Secondary School, a Catholic school […]

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Pitman student alleges lack of consequences for bullying

Pitman High sophomore Franky Carbajal, along with friends and other supporters, joined forces to hold a rally outside his school on Monday to raise awareness about the bullying he says is taking place. produced at school. “What we’re trying to do is make a difference and tell them that we want change within our school,” […]

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Court upholds school hijab ban in South India

A veiled woman walks past police officers guarding a school in Bangalore, after an Indian court upheld a local ban on hijabs in classrooms – Copyright AFP Manjunath KIRAN An Indian court upheld a local ban on the hijab in classrooms on Tuesday, weeks after the edict sparked violent protests and rekindled fears of discrimination […]

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Leslie Richardson Obituary (2022) – Coventry, CT

Leslie K. “Butch” Richardson, 62, of Coventry, died peacefully at home with his family by his side on March 10, 2022, after an uphill battle with Cancer. Butch was born June 12, 1959 to Lois (Lee) Richardson and the late Franklin H. Richardson and lived in Coventry all his life. He was a graduate of […]

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Avon’s Abby Liber wins Lorain County Ms. Basketball – Morning Journal

On the basketball court and in the classroom, Avon’s Abby Liber has always shined. On March 13, at the Lorain County Women’s Basketball All-Star Festivities, she received the Lorain County Ms. Basketball Award for the 2021-22 basketball season. “(Winning Ms. Basketball) means a lot,” Liber said. “There are a lot of talented girls in the […]

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Donald Schaet Obituary (2022) – Savannah, GA

SCHAET, Donald Donald Edward Schaet of Savannah, Georgia died March 9, 2022 at the age of 87. His long life was cut short due to complications from Alzheimer’s disease. Don passed away peacefully with his beloved wife, Gail, and youngest daughter, Claire, by his side. Don was born in Teaneck, NJ on August 18, 1934, […]

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The ABQ addiction treatment center stays the course with one goal

Paul Tucker saw Turning Point Recovery Center grow from three to 70 employees. (Adolphe Pierre-Louis/Journal) COVID-19 has changed the way CEO Paul Tucker runs Turning Point Recovery Center. Permanently. Turning Point was started by Tucker in 2010 as an intensive outpatient program to treat addiction. It now includes a residential treatment center, low-cost housing and […]

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The turmoil at the Desert Oasis school continues; many absent students

It was another tumultuous day at Desert Oasis High School in Las Vegas on Friday, with many students not showing up to class due to social media threats against the school. Clark County School District Police Lt. Bryan Zink said the online threats were discovered following school closures in Southwest Las Vegas on Wednesday and […]

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Shariq Siddiqui: Profiting from the generosity of Muslims during Ramadan

Indiana has a strong and vibrant Muslim community. He established places of worship, educational institutions, food pantries, medical clinics, and other nonprofit organizations that do social good. A recent survey by the Muslim Philanthropy Initiative at Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy suggests that the average Muslim American household gives (in money and time) […]

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School board welcomes unmasking, but teachers are wary

Content of the article Nearly two years after schools were first closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the province announced the lifting of masking mandates and other health and safety measures. Content of the article Dr. Kieran Moore, Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer of Health, announced on Wednesday that the mask-wearing requirement will be lifted in […]

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Legislature continues to debate priority bills |

The Legislature continues to debate priority bills, moving to an all-day debate this week as hearings are now over for new bills and resolutions. From next week we could start debating the legislation later in the evening. The Nebraska Economic Forecasting Board recently voted to increase revenue projections for the next two fiscal years based […]

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Standing with Parents | | news-journal.com

It’s hard to imagine anything good as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, but if there’s a positive, it may be that a lot of families have started giving more money. pay attention to the education of their children. The disruption caused by closed classrooms, social distancing and remote learning has prompted many moms and […]

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Expansion of OU’s nursing program solves state’s labor shortage

Never before has the University of Oklahoma been able to accept all qualified applicants to its nursing program, but the college will do so this fall in an attempt to address the state’s nursing shortage. . (Photo by Janice Francis-Smith) OKLAHOMA CITY — University of Oklahoma leaders on Tuesday announced the college’s plan to address […]

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Ringwood Waldorf School teacher and student release new book

A RINGWOOD teacher has teamed up with a student to publish a new book. Pankaj Sulodia, who works at Ringwood Waldorf School, celebrates the release of Modjadji The Rain Queen from South Africa. However, he admits that he never intended to write a book but came across the legend of The Rain Queen while discussing […]

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Merino boys’ basketball takes center stage – Sterling Journal-Advocate

Merino’s Kaden Piel looks for a shot during the Rams’ 63-58 overtime win over Briggsdale on Saturday, March 5, 2022. (Joseph Skerjanec/OTSPORTSCHEK) A difficult regular season schedule can be a vice for the most mediocre teams. It’s a good thing the Merino boys’ basketball isn’t mediocre at all. Throughout the regular season, the Class 1A […]

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Lewisburg overtakes Athens to reach the States | Local

MANSFIELD – Athens and Lewisburg continue to find themselves in the District IV Class AAAA playoffs. In 2020 and 2021, Athens and Lewisburg met in the district quarter-finals. Each time, Athens won. That fact was certainly not lost on the Lewisburg Green Dragons. “The boys used that as a little extra motivation,” Lewisburg head coach […]

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Franklin boys win first section title since 2006

Franklin players celebrate after beating Center Grove to win the section title for the first time since 2006. chris williams | For the daily newspaper Anyone who has seen an upset NCAA tournament play out, whether on TV or in person, has felt that gradual build-up to a crescendo as the underdogs’ hopes grew ever […]

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Let’s get ready for kindergarten! – Caldwell’s Diary

Post views: 226 LENOIR, North Carolina (March 4, 2022) – Caldwell County schools are now enrolling kindergarten students who will be five years old by August 31, 2022. Parents are encouraged to go online at www.caldwellschols.com and complete a registration form. “Children will be introduced to an exciting new educational environment,” said Superintendent […]