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The Scranton Times-Tribune
District to auction Scranton school properties; moves principalsFor the first time in more than 100 years, two Scranton School District propert
District to auction Scranton school properties; moves principals
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted yesterday
For the first time in more than 100 years, two Scranton School District properties soon may have new owners. The district plans to hold an auction Thursday, July 7 to sell the former Lincoln-Jackson Elementary, at Academy Street and South Hyde Park... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Volunteers working to bolster the story of African-American history in Harford CountyRedd-Wallace grew up in Harford County and witnessed a major historic event as
Volunteers working to bolster the story of African-American history in Harford County
Baltimore Sun / Posted 4 days ago
Redd-Wallace grew up in Harford County and witnessed a major historic event as a student moving from a racially segregated school to integrated public schools in the mid-1960s, but she still learned little else – either in school or from her own... Read more
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The East Liverpool Review
Hancock County Museum Commissiona potential replacement and report back at our next meeting. McNeil reported t
Hancock County Museum Commission
The East Liverpool Review / Posted 7 days ago
a potential replacement and report back at our next meeting. McNeil reported that she and Keller visited New Manchester Elementary School recently demonstrating 1880's toys and games for the children. Program was well received and children were... Read more
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Parkersburg News and Sentinel
West Virginia Welcome Center celebrates as state turns 153One would get whiffs of suntan lotion occasionally, and most people were surpri
West Virginia Welcome Center celebrates as state turns 153
Parkersburg News and Sentinel / Posted 10 days ago
One would get whiffs of suntan lotion occasionally, and most people were surprised to be greeted by Abraham Lincoln and the sounds of bluegrass music. Welcome to West Virginia Day was at the West Virginia Welcome Center in Williamstown. Debbie... Read more
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Athens Banner-Herald
Lyons: 31 words give me hopeI was walking to my local post office one morning a couple of years ago when I
Lyons: 31 words give me hope
Athens Banner-Herald / Posted 15 days ago
I was walking to my local post office one morning a couple of years ago when I passed an elementary school in the small Illinois town where I live. It was a warm, early spring day just a couple of weeks from the end of the school year, and the tall... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
31 words that gave me a renewed sense of purpose in these challenging timesI was walking to our local post office one morning a couple of years ago when I
31 words that gave me a renewed sense of purpose in these challenging times
Chicago Tribune / Posted 17 days ago
I was walking to our local post office one morning a couple of years ago when I passed an elementary school in the small Illinois town where I live. It was a warm, early spring day just a couple of weeks from the end of the school year, and the tall... Read more
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The Addison County Independent
Bristol Police Log: Man with suspended license cited for DUI— Bristol police last week reported that, during an April 2 patrol, an officer
Bristol Police Log: Man with suspended license cited for DUI
The Addison County Independent / Posted 18 days ago
— Bristol police last week reported that, during an April 2 patrol, an officer saw 53-year-old Stanley Early Mayo of Lincoln speeding on Stoney Hill Road, Lovers Lane, Lower Notch Road and Carlstrom Road. The officer caught up with Mayo on... Read more
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Breitbart
DAVI: Burning the American Flag — Free Speech or Federal Offense?experiencing. Our universities are no longer institutions of higher education,
DAVI: Burning the American Flag — Free Speech or Federal Offense?
Breitbart / Posted 25 days ago
experiencing. Our universities are no longer institutions of higher education, but subversive indoctrination. Even in our elementary schools, children are being indoctrinated, slowly boiled alive. Well, my dear friends, I fear that the way our... Read more
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The Mining Journal
Negaunee Historical Society is ‘the first’ in many ways2015 Upper Peninsula History Conference. The stoic, larger-than-life statues o
Negaunee Historical Society is ‘the first’ in many ways
The Mining Journal / Posted 25 days ago
2015 Upper Peninsula History Conference. The stoic, larger-than-life statues of Angus the Wooden Scotsman and President Abraham Lincoln greet visitors in the front hallway, giving them a sample of the eclectic yet organized experience the museum... Read more
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Orange County Register
5 questions with Selma Bukstein, the 'doll lady' from Laguna Woodshas spent a good part of her 90 years trying to make a difference. To that end,
5 questions with Selma Bukstein, the 'doll lady' from Laguna Woods
Orange County Register / Posted a month ago
has spent a good part of her 90 years trying to make a difference. To that end, she has been teaching about tolerance at elementary schools from Missouri to Alabama to California for nearly 60 years. “High school is too late to start these kids... Read more

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