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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Group continues its push to reverse church closingof the Diocese of Allentown announced multiple parish closings and consolidatio
Group continues its push to reverse church closing
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 7 hours ago
of the Diocese of Allentown announced multiple parish closings and consolidations throughout the Panther Valley this past spring. “I believe the parishioners deserve more inclusion and transparency in these decisions,” Mary Strucko, a supporter... Read more
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11 News Houston
Some insurers thwart efforts to use medication treatment for addictionis not the time to throw up barriers. We are struggling as it is to keep people
Some insurers thwart efforts to use medication treatment for addiction
11 News Houston / Posted 14 hours ago
is not the time to throw up barriers. We are struggling as it is to keep people alive." Most of the states that have the highest levels of opioid consumption are below average when it comes to public funding of one of the most effective... Read more
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Slate
The Joyful, Exuberant José Fernández Changed What It Means to Play Baseball the Right Waybases. When Fernández reached home plate, Atlanta Braves catcher Brian McCann
The Joyful, Exuberant José Fernández Changed What It Means to Play Baseball the Right Way
Slate / Posted 20 hours ago
bases. When Fernández reached home plate, Atlanta Braves catcher Brian McCann started lecturing him, whereupon the benches cleared and both teams pretended to want to fight each other. “I just told him you can't do that,” McCann said later. “You... Read more
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USA Today
When insurers deny treatment for drug addictionas it is to keep people alive." Dr. Jeremy Engel (Photo: The Enquirer/Carrie C
When insurers deny treatment for drug addiction
USA Today / Posted 22 hours ago
as it is to keep people alive." Dr. Jeremy Engel (Photo: The Enquirer/Carrie Cochran) Most of the states that have the highest levels of opioid consumption are below average when it comes to public funding of one of the most effective... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Glassblowing Program Trains Students To Craft Tools For Sciencedegree program in scientific glassblowing. Housed among corn and soybean fields
Glassblowing Program Trains Students To Craft Tools For Science
KPBS San Diego / Posted yesterday
degree program in scientific glassblowing. Housed among corn and soybean fields about an hour south of Philadelphia, the school's Glass Education Center in Alloway, N.J., specializes in one of the most popular materials in a research lab. "It's... Read more
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The Leader-Herald
Fulton County schools testing for leadlegislation passed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo earlier this month requires them to do
Fulton County schools testing for lead
The Leader-Herald / Posted yesterday
legislation passed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo earlier this month requires them to do so. Lead contamination found in upstate schools, such as the Ithaca School District, made it clear that lead pipes could still be contaminating the water, U.S. Sen.... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Golden boy Mariyappan seeks hospital, ground at his villageChennai: T. Mariyappan is shy to the point of being diffident. Although two wee
Golden boy Mariyappan seeks hospital, ground at his village
Decclan Chronicle / Posted yesterday
Chennai: T. Mariyappan is shy to the point of being diffident. Although two weeks have gone since the high jumper won a Paralympic gold in Rio de Janeiro, he still doesn’t know the extent of his popularity. Mariyappan has been dazzled by the... Read more
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iol.co.za
New insiders, old outsidersStruggle gave way to the new political era, this generation of youth, trained i
New insiders, old outsiders
iol.co.za / Posted 2 days ago
Struggle gave way to the new political era, this generation of youth, trained in guns and the politics of resistance, had high hopes that democracy would open the doors of learning and unlock opportunities previously denied to them. But if the... Read more
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The Rhinelander Daily News
DeMeyer cries foul over delay in softball field decisionset a public hearing on the second softball field but then canceled it on May 3
DeMeyer cries foul over delay in softball field decision
The Rhinelander Daily News / Posted 2 days ago
set a public hearing on the second softball field but then canceled it on May 31 when it was discovered the city and the School District of Rhinelander do not have an agreement in place for the use of city-owned facilities. The committee's next... Read more
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The Alliance Review
Friday's high school football scores Published: September 24, 2016 12:06 AM Ada 41, Columbus Grove 14 Akr. Covent
Friday's high school football scores
The Alliance Review / Posted 2 days ago
Published: September 24, 2016 12:06 AM Ada 41, Columbus Grove 14 Akr. Coventry 42, Mogadore Field 21 Akr. Firestone 41, Akr. North 6 Akr. Hoban 24, Akr. SVSM 0 Akr. Manchester 14, Navarre Fairless 6 [Article... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
So you wanna fly a drone in New York? You just might be able toupstate New York,” Streem said. “Our business is all over the country.” Stree
So you wanna fly a drone in New York? You just might be able to
Crain's New York Business / Posted 2 days ago
upstate New York,” Streem said. “Our business is all over the country.” Streem, a 28-year-old New York University film school graduate, has always loved the science as well as the art of filmmaking and has tried to combine both in the... Read more
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Variety
The CW at 10: How the Network Found Its Footing With Superheroes & Strong Womenand shouldn’t be doing with its precious programming dollars. “Emily Owens, M.
The CW at 10: How the Network Found Its Footing With Superheroes & Strong Women
Variety / Posted 2 days ago
and shouldn’t be doing with its precious programming dollars. “Emily Owens, M.D.” starred Mamie Gummer as a recent med school grad navigating her internship at a large hospital. It had a case-of-the-week-format, and it was taken off life... Read more
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Mountain View Voice
Long nights of homework are historyKreps said she took a hard look at ways to bring down the work load. Working wi
Long nights of homework are history
Mountain View Voice / Posted 2 days ago
Kreps said she took a hard look at ways to bring down the work load. Working with one of her colleges, former Mountain View high teacher Ben Fleischman, the reading assignments were re-worked to include the essential parts of the textbook, she said.... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Developing McGovern a key focus for PSU O-linefact he’s on the field, playing, is proof Connor McGovern is not a typical true
Developing McGovern a key focus for PSU O-line
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 3 days ago
fact he’s on the field, playing, is proof Connor McGovern is not a typical true freshman. Offensive linemen fresh out of high school, playing immediately at Penn State, are a rare breed. During the James Franklin era, in fact, he and former... Read more
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The Newton Kansan
Wind Ensemble sets sail in new direction under new leadershipdirection under new leadership The Bethel College Wind Ensemble introduces its
Wind Ensemble sets sail in new direction under new leadership
The Newton Kansan / Posted 3 days ago
direction under new leadership The Bethel College Wind Ensemble introduces its new director in the first concert of the school year. Adam Fontana, who began this summer as Bethel’s director of instrumental music, will make his Bethel conducting... Read more
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Eureka Times-Standard
South Fork High School football to compete at eight-man level starting in 2017 seasona varsity team. In an interview with the Times-Standard, Olsen confirmed that
South Fork High School football to compete at eight-man level starting in 2017 season
Eureka Times-Standard / Posted 3 days ago
a varsity team. In an interview with the Times-Standard, Olsen confirmed that the Cubs will follow the lead of other small schools in both the Northern and North Coast Sections and shift from 11-man to eight-man football starting in the 2017... Read more
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Al-Ahram Weekly
An aerial photo of my family houseIt has been argued that the Arab Spring’s primary casualty was the Palestinian
An aerial photo of my family house
Al-Ahram Weekly / Posted 3 days ago
It has been argued that the Arab Spring’s primary casualty was the Palestinian cause, formerly – and since 1948 – the central issue for all Arab states. Forgotten amid the cascading effect of uprisings across the region, Palestine was nowhere to be... Read more
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Al-Ahram Weekly
A sombre endingdiplomat who spoke to Al-Ahram Weekly by phone from New York on Monday. Accord
A sombre ending
Al-Ahram Weekly / Posted 3 days ago
diplomat who spoke to Al-Ahram Weekly by phone from New York on Monday. According to Western diplomats, however, it is highly unlikely that the international community will move forward to put pressure on Bashar Al-Assad. In the words of one,... Read more
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Reuters
Afghan boy's hope of new life in Europe ends in suicidethousands have died on the journey to Europe, Ansari made it, only to become ca
Afghan boy's hope of new life in Europe ends in suicide
Reuters / Posted 3 days ago
thousands have died on the journey to Europe, Ansari made it, only to become caught up in an overloaded system. His story highlights the limits on capacity even in a country like Sweden, which has one of the most open policies towards migrants and... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Term-time holiday fines scrapped by Derbyshire councilthe risk of facing fines. Mr Platt had refused to play a fine issued after he
Term-time holiday fines scrapped by Derbyshire council
Daily Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
the risk of facing fines. Mr Platt had refused to play a fine issued after he took his six-year-old daughter out of school for a family trip to Disney World without permission. The two High Court judges ruled that the magistrates were... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Every day’s a safety drill as Chipotle tries to woo customers backthan 2,000 restaurants, a symbol of the company’s efforts to prevent similar pr
Every day’s a safety drill as Chipotle tries to woo customers back
The Seattle Times / Posted 4 days ago
than 2,000 restaurants, a symbol of the company’s efforts to prevent similar problems in the future. On Wednesday, Chipotle highlighted several new initiatives as well, including work it is doing to enhance food safety among its suppliers, hoping... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
After spurning $260,000-per-family payout, a Canadian town feudsvillage divided by crisis. The fish plant was shuttered half a decade ago, and
After spurning $260,000-per-family payout, a Canadian town feuds
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 4 days ago
village divided by crisis. The fish plant was shuttered half a decade ago, and most supporting businesses-as well as the school-have closed with it. Perry Locke is among the tiny population that's left. He served as the mayor, the fire chief and... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Every day’s a safety drill as Chipotle woos customers backrestaurants, a prosaic symbol of the company’s efforts to prevent the problems
Every day’s a safety drill as Chipotle woos customers back
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 4 days ago
restaurants, a prosaic symbol of the company’s efforts to prevent the problems from recurring. On Wednesday, the company highlighted several other initiatives, including work it is doing to enhance food safety among its suppliers, hoping that... Read more
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NBC News
Gay student sues school after he couldn't bring boy to homecomingunsuccessfully to take a male date to his homecoming dance in Memphis, Tennesse
Gay student sues school after he couldn't bring boy to homecoming
NBC News / Posted 4 days ago
unsuccessfully to take a male date to his homecoming dance in Memphis, Tennessee, a former student is suing his Catholic high school under Title IX, arguing it had unlawfully discriminated against him on the basis of his sexual... Read more
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The Atlantic
Why Are Minor Leaguers Paid So Little?are living large. In baseball, however, this is far from the case: Major League
Why Are Minor Leaguers Paid So Little?
The Atlantic / Posted 4 days ago
are living large. In baseball, however, this is far from the case: Major League Baseball, in which the biggest names can clear $30 million a year, pays poverty-level wages to thousands of players. Dirk Hayhurst, whose memoir The Bullpen Gospels... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Alex Barnes takes his place in crowded K-State backfieldlike it did in practice and I was able to bust through it. (Center) Reid Najvar
Alex Barnes takes his place in crowded K-State backfield
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 4 days ago
like it did in practice and I was able to bust through it. (Center) Reid Najvar made a really great block and was able to spring me loose for my first carry.” Barnes came to K-State with a strong resume, earning All-State Top 11 honors from The... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Researchers tackle why female athletes suffer more, worse concussionshousehold chores could overwhelm her, causing tears of frustration. Anna Fluha
Researchers tackle why female athletes suffer more, worse concussions
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 4 days ago
household chores could overwhelm her, causing tears of frustration. Anna Fluharty, a softball player at Newark Catholic High School, suffered a series of head injuries in 2014 but didn’t report several, believing false rumors that the Ohio High... Read more
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The New Statesman
The NS Podcast #173: Mandates, minorities and the Moreno scaleThe former contender for the Labour leadership also warns that Brexit has creat
The NS Podcast #173: Mandates, minorities and the Moreno scale
The New Statesman / Posted 4 days ago
The former contender for the Labour leadership also warns that Brexit has created traps for progressive politics and highlighted structural weaknesses in the left. He argues that Labour has moved from mainstream to margins not because of a... Read more
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Boston Globe
Read: Walpole High principal’s letter on decision to cancel school dancesDear Parents: I have heard from a few of you over the week regarding our decis
Read: Walpole High principal’s letter on decision to cancel school dances
Boston Globe / Posted 4 days ago
Dear Parents: I have heard from a few of you over the week regarding our decision to cancel school-sponsored dances. You should know that we made the decision last spring to focus on different forms of social/fundraising activities other than... Read more
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The New Statesman
In this week's magazine | The New TimesThe former contender for the Labour leadership also warns that Brexit has creat
In this week's magazine | The New Times
The New Statesman / Posted 5 days ago
The former contender for the Labour leadership also warns that Brexit has created traps for progressive politics and highlighted structural weaknesses in the left. He argues that Labour has moved from mainstream to margins not because of a... Read more
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Elmira Star-Gazette
Pay to play: The high cost of youth sportsRochelle standout Richie Prunesti went toe to toe with New Jersey Devils defens
Pay to play: The high cost of youth sports
Elmira Star-Gazette / Posted 5 days ago
Rochelle standout Richie Prunesti went toe to toe with New Jersey Devils defenseman Steve Santini (right) when they were in high school. They also played on the same New York Applecore club team. The clashed in January of 2011 at Brewster Ice Arena.... Read more
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Forsyth County News
THE GRIND: West Forsyth's Galarza better than ever after lost season to injurythe fence and takes off around the track, a pack of runners cooling off under a
THE GRIND: West Forsyth's Galarza better than ever after lost season to injury
Forsyth County News / Posted 5 days ago
the fence and takes off around the track, a pack of runners cooling off under a tree suddenly cheer. “Come on, Liz!” It’s clear, even in the daunting heat, that Liz could do without the extra motivation — she flies around the lap. West senior Liz... Read more
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Pittsburgh City Paper
Calliope: The Pittsburgh Folk Music Society celebrates four decades of advocating roots-based musicTanner, Calliope’s executive director, has been with the organization since 199
Calliope: The Pittsburgh Folk Music Society celebrates four decades of advocating roots-based music
Pittsburgh City Paper / Posted 5 days ago
Tanner, Calliope’s executive director, has been with the organization since 1999. Talking in her office, it becomes clear that, while music and Calliope have both evolved, the vision has remained largely the same. It focuses on artists who... Read more
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Daily Mail
It was a deadly war of egos only Angelina could win #brangelinaFrench chateau] where they never stay. Angelina would rather be in the UK, and
It was a deadly war of egos only Angelina could win #brangelina
Daily Mail / Posted 5 days ago
French chateau] where they never stay. Angelina would rather be in the UK, and she is interested in enrolling the kids in school in London. I hear that Brad can’t cope with the kids on his own. Instead she has a loyal new posse and he has been... Read more
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Royal Oak Daily Tribune
Army�s Jackson remembered for life of �promise and purposefilled the church and helped tell his tale of �promise and purpose.� The brigh
Army�s Jackson remembered for life of �promise and purpose
Royal Oak Daily Tribune / Posted 5 days ago
filled the church and helped tell his tale of �promise and purpose.� The bright green and gold jerseys on the dozens of high school football players, just like the ones Jackson used to wear. The NYPD blue on the colleagues of his mother, Morna... Read more
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The Oakland Press
Army’s Jackson remembered for life of ‘promise and purposefilled the church and helped tell his tale of “promise and purpose.” The brigh
Army’s Jackson remembered for life of ‘promise and purpose
The Oakland Press / Posted 5 days ago
filled the church and helped tell his tale of “promise and purpose.” The bright green and gold jerseys on the dozens of high school football players, just like the ones Jackson used to wear. The NYPD blue on the colleagues of his mother, Morna... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
Louisville's Bobby Petrino bearhug shows how brief Briles' football exile will behiring Briles without even knowing whether and to what degree his own actions m
Louisville's Bobby Petrino bearhug shows how brief Briles' football exile will be
Dallas Morning News / Posted 5 days ago
hiring Briles without even knowing whether and to what degree his own actions made his campus endanger women who attended school there? How certain can we be that he'll be coaching again somewhere so soon? Certain as can be. We don't have to rely... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
If history tells us anything, the end is in sight for Art Briles' exile from college footballhiring Briles without even knowing whether and to what degree his own actions m
If history tells us anything, the end is in sight for Art Briles' exile from college football
Dallas Morning News / Posted 5 days ago
hiring Briles without even knowing whether and to what degree his own actions made his campus endanger women who attended school there? How certain can we be that he'll be coaching again somewhere so soon? Certain as can be. We don't have to rely... Read more
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Kingston Daily Freeman
Army cornerback remembered for life of ‘promise and purpose’filled the church and helped tell his tale of “promise and purpose.” The brigh
Army cornerback remembered for life of ‘promise and purpose’
Kingston Daily Freeman / Posted 5 days ago
filled the church and helped tell his tale of “promise and purpose.” The bright green and gold jerseys on the dozens of high school football players, just like the ones Jackson used to wear. The NYPD blue on the colleagues of his mother, Morna... Read more
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The Rhinelander Daily News
Shoutouts and Calloutsdiscussion came out of the meeting in Antigo, one of seven the WIAA is holding
Shoutouts and Callouts
The Rhinelander Daily News / Posted 6 days ago
discussion came out of the meeting in Antigo, one of seven the WIAA is holding around the state to check the temperature of schools throughout Wisconsin about issues facing the organization. The first was the ongoing co-op situation that plagues... Read more
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Miami New Times
Kids Drown in Cruise Ship Pools With No Lifeguards on DutySunday afternoon, and the DJ was just setting up on an upper deck. As he watch
Kids Drown in Cruise Ship Pools With No Lifeguards on Duty
Miami New Times / Posted 6 days ago
Sunday afternoon, and the DJ was just setting up on an upper deck. As he watched his sons splash around in the waist-high water, Caselle Hunter, a 40-year-old construction engineer with a stubbly goatee, bumped into one of his wife's church... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
State utility commission, Ringtown reach agreementto a training exercise conducted with area fire companies that day through the
State utility commission, Ringtown reach agreement
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 6 days ago
to a training exercise conducted with area fire companies that day through the Schuylkill County Training Academy (fire school) in the borough. The cause was the use of a hydrant on the outskirts of the borough that led to pressure problems that... Read more
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San Bernardino Sun
The week we never wanted; Vin Scullly’s last days in calling Dodgers gameshappened to Damien Holmes, the 2007 CIF Southern Section Central Conference def
The week we never wanted; Vin Scullly’s last days in calling Dodgers games
San Bernardino Sun / Posted 6 days ago
happened to Damien Holmes, the 2007 CIF Southern Section Central Conference defensive player of the year from Colton High School. This is the week we thought would never come. This is the week we bid farewell to a living legend. This is the... Read more
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The Irish Times
Andrew Hamilton: ‘I used to get upset when people said my music was fun’“I suppose half of me did have these notions of becoming a concert violinist. A
Andrew Hamilton: ‘I used to get upset when people said my music was fun’
The Irish Times / Posted 6 days ago
“I suppose half of me did have these notions of becoming a concert violinist. And then when I was 16, I went to Chetham’s School in Manchester as a violinist.” Chetham’s is the largest specialist music school in Britain. “I had studied in Dublin... Read more
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NBC26 Green Bay
Students upset over elimination of HC courtGREEN BAY - A group of students at Green Bay West High School are upset because
Students upset over elimination of HC court
NBC26 Green Bay / Posted 6 days ago
GREEN BAY - A group of students at Green Bay West High School are upset because they just learned the traditional homecoming court has been eliminated this year. The students say they were not given a clear reason why today when, as they went to... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Big salmon moving through Delta, up the Sacramento, into coastal riverswith small stripers, and trollers are working hard to locate keeper fish in Bro
Big salmon moving through Delta, up the Sacramento, into coastal rivers
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 6 days ago
with small stripers, and trollers are working hard to locate keeper fish in Broad Slough and along Decker Island. The schools are moving rapidly. Liberty Island is also home to numerous shakers with live bait or swimbaits. Smallmouth continue... Read more
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The Lake County Record-Bee
Letters to the editor — Sept. 20that Donna Becnel, Konocti Superintendent, is wrong when she states that studen
Letters to the editor — Sept. 20
The Lake County Record-Bee / Posted 6 days ago
that Donna Becnel, Konocti Superintendent, is wrong when she states that students have First Amendment rights while in school during class. Section 52720 of the California Education Code mandates (the Education Code is permissive) that public... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Nine of Canada's most curious sights, courtesy of Atlas Obscuraon a 300-acre (1.2 km2) former farm just outside the village of Burk’s Falls, O
Nine of Canada's most curious sights, courtesy of Atlas Obscura
The Globe and Mail / Posted 6 days ago
on a 300-acre (1.2 km2) former farm just outside the village of Burk’s Falls, Ont. It all began in 1989, when the former high school art teacher began building a house on the property. Dubbed Midlothian Castle, the dwelling features a screaming... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
The limits of Hogan's authorityanalysis by Attorney General Brian E. Frosh's office into Gov. Larry Hogan's ex
The limits of Hogan's authority
Baltimore Sun / Posted 6 days ago
analysis by Attorney General Brian E. Frosh's office into Gov. Larry Hogan's executive order mandating a post-Labor Day school start reaches no firm conclusion about whether the governor's action was legal for the simple reason that no case law... Read more
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NBC Miami
Minnesota Mall Stabbing's Potential Terrorism Raises Fearsoff-duty police officer. None of the injured suffered life-threatening wounds.
Minnesota Mall Stabbing's Potential Terrorism Raises Fears
NBC Miami / Posted 6 days ago
off-duty police officer. None of the injured suffered life-threatening wounds. The motive of Saturday's attack is still unclear, but FBI Special Agent-in-Charge Rick Thornton has said it is being investigated as a "potential act of terrorism." The... Read more
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