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The Columbian
Parks fade as funds dry upWhen Sherrie and Lenny Hendricks were considering buying a home in the Fisher’s
Parks fade as funds dry up
The Columbian / Posted 3 days ago
When Sherrie and Lenny Hendricks were considering buying a home in the Fisher’s Landing East neighborhood in the late 1990s, it was the lushly landscaped Summer’s Walk Park across the street that sealed the deal. The 4-acre park at Southeast 180th... Read more
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The Columbian
Parks fade as funds dry upWhen Sherrie and Lenny Hendricks were considering buying a home in the Fisher's
Parks fade as funds dry up
The Columbian / Posted 4 days ago
When Sherrie and Lenny Hendricks were considering buying a home in the Fisher's Landing East neighborhood in the late 1990s, it was the lushly landscaped Summer's Walk Park across the street that sealed the deal. The 4-acre park at Southeast 180th... Read more
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The Evening Sun
State budget impasse prompts local schools, others to plan aheadWith their state funding tied up in the Legislature, some area education organi
State budget impasse prompts local schools, others to plan ahead
The Evening Sun / Posted 4 days ago
With their state funding tied up in the Legislature, some area education organizations are taking steps to deal with the impact of the state budget impasse or prepare for the possibility that it will continue to drag on indefinitely. The state... Read more
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York Daily Record
State budget impasse prompts local schools, others to plan aheadWith their state funding tied up in the Legislature, some area education organi
State budget impasse prompts local schools, others to plan ahead
York Daily Record / Posted 4 days ago
With their state funding tied up in the Legislature, some area education organizations are taking steps to deal with the impact of the state budget impasse or prepare for the possibility that it will continue to drag on indefinitely. The state... Read more
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The Columbian
Transportation Vancouver residents' top priorityVancouver residents say the city needs better transportation infrastructure, mo
Transportation Vancouver residents' top priority
The Columbian / Posted 7 days ago
Vancouver residents say the city needs better transportation infrastructure, more of a unique cultural scene and additional amenities such as restaurants, shopping and entertainment, according to a recent community survey commissioned by the... Read more
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York Daily Record
York City School Board approves agreements for school resource officer, heroin antidoteThe York City School District will reduce the number of school resource officer
York City School Board approves agreements for school resource officer, heroin antidote
York Daily Record / Posted 13 days ago
The York City School District will reduce the number of school resource officers it has through York City Police from two to one. The school board approved an agreement with police for one such officer on Wednesday night. The school resource... Read more
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York Daily Record
District: Mold delays Hannah Penn start, but air quality is OKThe opening of Hannah Penn K-8 School in the York City School District will be
District: Mold delays Hannah Penn start, but air quality is OK
York Daily Record / Posted 13 days ago
The opening of Hannah Penn K-8 School in the York City School District will be delayed until Aug. 26, after routine maintenance found surface mold in some places in the building, according to a notice posted on the district website. "Numerous air... Read more
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KMGH 7 Denver
Driver who hit RTD bus found after falling asleep at the wheel in traffic in DenverDENVER - The driver who crashed into an RTD bus and took off was found asleep a
Driver who hit RTD bus found after falling asleep at the wheel in traffic in Denver
KMGH 7 Denver / Posted 16 days ago
DENVER - The driver who crashed into an RTD bus and took off was found asleep at the wheel, with the engine running, Denver Police say. The red car reportedly hit the bus on East Colfax Avenue near Colorado Boulevard on Saturday morning, Aug.... Read more
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York Daily Record
Soccer group pitches proposal for using York City School District fieldsA sports organization pitched a proposal to make regular donations in order to
Soccer group pitches proposal for using York City School District fields
York Daily Record / Posted 22 days ago
A sports organization pitched a proposal to make regular donations in order to use some York City School District fields for soccer, or start a longer-term partnership to both use fields and more city kids involved in the sport. On Monday, Mick... Read more
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Gamasutra
Honest tales from the trenches of AAA game writingWriting for video games is perhaps the most romanticized discipline in the vide
Honest tales from the trenches of AAA game writing
Gamasutra / Posted 23 days ago
Writing for video games is perhaps the most romanticized discipline in the video game creation process. People who wouldn't know any better imagine an author with a concrete vision, flanked by programmers, designers, and artists unified under that... Read more
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The Columbian
Give Violators the BootIt is an interesting word with an interesting etymology. "Scofflaw" was devise
Give Violators the Boot
The Columbian / Posted 23 days ago
It is an interesting word with an interesting etymology. "Scofflaw" was devised in 1924 as a descriptor for those who drank illegally during Prohibition, and some 90 years later it still reflects a gentle nod-and-wink disapproval. According to the... Read more
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York Daily Record
Reports puts stability at center of York City schools' improvement effortIt's consistency in classrooms, in what students are learning and what's expect
Reports puts stability at center of York City schools' improvement effort
York Daily Record / Posted 25 days ago
It's consistency in classrooms, in what students are learning and what's expected of them. And it's steadiness in the principal's office, in who leaders are and how long they stay. In one way or another, several of the findings and recommendations... Read more
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The Columbian
Parking violators don't pay upDay after day, the 2004 Chevrolet Avalanche pickup is parked in a prime spot in
Parking violators don't pay up
The Columbian / Posted 30 days ago
Day after day, the 2004 Chevrolet Avalanche pickup is parked in a prime spot in downtown Vancouver. And day after day, the Chevy gets a parking ticket. Last year, the Chevy racked up 233 tickets and $8,270 in fines for expired meters and parking... Read more

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