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2014/10/21 09:58
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Culinary students pose with the giant sizzling sisig at the start of the Big Bite Northern Food Festival at Marquee Mall last Friday. Photo by Ashley ManabatANGELES CITY – A threeday gastronomic...
2014/10/21 09:58
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2014/10/21 05:02
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The William Woods volleyball team went 2-1 in action over the weekend. The Owls swept Robert Morris on Saturday in Arlington Heights, Ill., posting a 25-17, 25-23, 32-30 win. Brittney Engelbrecht...
2014/10/18 13:44
2014/10/18 13:44
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Cheers: The winner, in the end, appears to be free speech. When organizers tapped Retired Army Lt. Gen. William "Jerry" Boykin to be the keynote speaker at the 2014 Clark County Mayors and Civic...
2014/10/17 09:42
2014/10/17 09:42
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A new online system for Human Resources and Payroll will launch in January, affecting all faculty, academic appointees, staff, and student workers. Workday, a human resources information system that...
2014/10/15 20:19
2014/10/15 20:19
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Oct. 15--In a hangar at the Clark County Skills Center, students stood at tables calculating the wing size for the radio-controlled planes they were building. Made of inexpensive household materials...
2014/10/15 13:44
2014/10/15 13:44
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Vancouver — Clark College has received the green light for its first baccalaureate degree. Starting in fall 2015, the college will offer a Bachelor of Applied Science in Dental Hygiene. The Northwest...
2014/10/14 13:44
2014/10/14 13:44
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Ballots for the Nov. 4 general election can be picked up from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Clark County Elections Department, 1408 Franklin St. The elections department will start mailing ballots...
2014/10/14 02:44
2014/10/14 02:44
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Ann Walker's career in athletics has taken her from Minnesota to Florida to Clark County. She has been a NCAA Division I basketball coach, worked in college administration and chaired national...
2014/10/12 16:05
2014/10/12 16:05
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With a judge on Thursday dismissing the criminal case against the only police officer charged in the death of Danielle Willard, the question arises: Will that impact Salt Lake County District Attorney...
2014/10/12 13:44
2014/10/12 13:44
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Allen Russell never trained as an artists but the murals he's created on the fences around his yard are true works of art. If someone showed these colorful, detailed exterior murals to Allen Russell...
2014/10/12 13:44
2014/10/12 13:44
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What's open and what's closed Monday for Columbus Day: • FEDERAL OFFICES AND COURTS: Closed. • BANKS: Most closed; check specific banks for details. • MAIL: Post offices closed. The postal unit at...
2014/10/12 08:19
2014/10/12 08:19
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National Book Award-winning poet Mary Szybist. (Joni Kabana) “All you can do is fail,” said Mary Szybist about the challenge of measuring herself against the ideal of the Virgin Mary. “There’s...
2014/10/10 17:44
2014/10/10 17:44
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The International Day of the Girl will be celebrated locally, with help from the members of Girls ROC. The group of girls ages 12 to 17 from across Clark County spent this summer reaching out to city...
2014/10/09 18:30
2014/10/09 18:30
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ST. MARY’S CITY, Md. – The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Baltimore Metropolitan Chapter, has presented Tuajuanda C. Jordan, president of St. Mary’s College of Maryland, with its Torchbearer...
2014/10/08 13:44
2014/10/08 13:44
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Scholarships These 2014 high school graduates have reported receiving the following scholarships: 49TH STREET ACADEMY Chelsea Hansberry, daughter of Kathy and Steven Hansberry, received a $1,000...
2014/10/08 03:44
2014/10/08 03:44
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The students in small school districts that most of us never hear of — far-flung districts off in the Columbia River Gorge, underfunded districts in need of teachers or technical expertise or even bus...
2014/10/07 16:34
2014/10/07 16:34
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Good morning, Southeast and Southwest Portlanders! Neighborhood news you should know about: Neighbors in Sellwood-Moreland are working together to fight package thefts, which one neighbor said has...
2014/10/07 13:44
2014/10/07 13:44
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Extremophiles — one-celled microbes that have adapted to survive in lightless ice caves in an Antarctic volcano — will be discussed in a free, public presentation, "Microbial Heroics in Antarctica,"...
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2014/10/07 13:44
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Leon Speroff Vancouver Metro Senior Softball Association spokesman It's never too late in life to play a friendly game of softball. At least that's the philosophy behind the Vancouver Metro Senior...
2014/10/07 05:03
2014/10/07 05:03
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For years, the FBI has filed animal abuse under the label "other" along with a variety of lesser crimes, making cruelty hard to find, hard to count and hard to track. The bureau announced this month...
2014/10/21 09:58
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