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Denver Post
Denver Library brews a month of craft beer, coffee and tea eventsThere's more to libraries than books. To prove it, the Denver Public Library ha
Denver Library brews a month of craft beer, coffee and tea events
Denver Post / Posted 3 days ago
There's more to libraries than books. To prove it, the Denver Public Library has brewed up a month of events focused on craft beer, coffee, kombucha and even comedy. BrewHa!Ha! kicks off next week with two beer releases plus lessons on brewing... Read more
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News On 6 Tulsa
Program Helping Students Read Hopes To Continue Tulsa SuccessA national group that places volunteers in schools to teach reading says Tulsa
Program Helping Students Read Hopes To Continue Tulsa Success
News On 6 Tulsa / Posted 8 days ago
A national group that places volunteers in schools to teach reading says Tulsa is one of their greatest success stories. Because of that, Reading Partners hopes to expand in Tulsa so more children can get help. Read Success StoriesMark Twain... Read more
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Nodaway News Leader
Maryville R-II gears up for first year of TAG program After reviewing MAP scores and conducting a number of other tests for screeni
Maryville R-II gears up for first year of TAG program
Nodaway News Leader / Posted 11 days ago
 After reviewing MAP scores and conducting a number of other tests for screening purposes, Maryville R-II is preparing for its first school year with the Talented and Gifted Program (TAG). Taught by Michelle Corson, the TAG program will be at both... Read more
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KQ2 St. Joseph
Students and Superintendent Begin New School YearThe first day of school was a big day for kids and interim Superintendent Dr. R
Students and Superintendent Begin New School Year
KQ2 St. Joseph / Posted 15 days ago
The first day of school was a big day for kids and interim Superintendent Dr. Robert Newhart. "Overall everybody seems to be ready and kids have been excited coming into school," Newhart said. Newhart took over as superintendent for the St. Joseph... Read more
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KQ2 St. Joseph
Kids Enjoy 'Final Day of Summer' SundayThe unofficial end to summer for kids in St. Joseph is here. Classes start bac
Kids Enjoy 'Final Day of Summer' Sunday
KQ2 St. Joseph / Posted 16 days ago
The unofficial end to summer for kids in St. Joseph is here. Classes start back up on Monday for kids in the St. Joseph School District. At St. Joseph Aquatic Park, hundreds of people took advantage of the their final day and the last day of... Read more
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Nodaway News Leader
Maryville district ready for school despite construction projects Students and faculty at Maryville High School and Eugene Field Elementary wil
Maryville district ready for school despite construction projects
Nodaway News Leader / Posted 18 days ago
 Students and faculty at Maryville High School and Eugene Field Elementary will have a few changes when they return to school next week, but Superintendent Becky Albrecht hopes that the changes will be met with excitement toward progress. “The... Read more
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The MidWeek
Jan Bach wins national composition contestBach’s “Clink,” a drinking song for men’s chorus and piano with words by Chicag
Jan Bach wins national composition contest
The MidWeek / Posted 21 days ago
Bach’s “Clink,” a drinking song for men’s chorus and piano with words by Chicago poet Eugene Field, stood atop 114 entries to the contest. Judges included Samuel Adler (Juilliard), Carlyle Floyd (opera composer) and Keith Lockhart (conductor of the... Read more
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Quincy Herald-Whig
Benefit planned Saturday for Hamilton woman who has new heartNew Salvation Army Thrift Store opening pushed back to Aug. 29New Salvation Arm
Benefit planned Saturday for Hamilton woman who has new heart
Quincy Herald-Whig / Posted 22 days ago
New Salvation Army Thrift Store opening pushed back to Aug. 29New Salvation Army Thrift Store opening pushed back to Aug. 29 The grand opening for the Salvation Army's new Family Thrift Store has been pushed back to Aug. 29. Scott Andrews, store... Read more
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Quincy Herald-Whig
Quincy man admits guilt in aggravated battery caseFrericks: Cleanup of parks likely to last until 'snow flies'Frericks: Cleanup o
Quincy man admits guilt in aggravated battery case
Quincy Herald-Whig / Posted 22 days ago
Frericks: Cleanup of parks likely to last until 'snow flies'Frericks: Cleanup of parks likely to last until 'snow flies' Rome Frericks says progress continues to be made, but he has no real target date for when all the 29 Quincy city parks will be... Read more
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Quincy Herald-Whig
Frericks: Cleanup of parks likely to last until 'snow flies' Rome Frericks says progress continues to be made, but he has no real target d
Frericks: Cleanup of parks likely to last until 'snow flies'
Quincy Herald-Whig / Posted 22 days ago
Rome Frericks says progress continues to be made, but he has no real target date for when all the 29 Quincy city parks will be... Read more
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Quincy Herald-Whig
Eugene Field gets summer makeoverNew Salvation Army Thrift Store opening pushed back to Aug. 29New Salvation Arm
Eugene Field gets summer makeover
Quincy Herald-Whig / Posted 23 days ago
New Salvation Army Thrift Store opening pushed back to Aug. 29New Salvation Army Thrift Store opening pushed back to Aug. 29 The grand opening for the Salvation Army's new Family Thrift Store has been pushed back to Aug. 29. Scott Andrews, store... Read more
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