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The Oklahoman
Vacation Bible school activities are set to begin in Oklahoma City areaPresbyterian Church, 4400 N Shartel Ave. — "Cave Quest," 9 a.m. to noon June 6-
Vacation Bible school activities are set to begin in Oklahoma City area
The Oklahoman / Posted a minute ago
Presbyterian Church, 4400 N Shartel Ave. — "Cave Quest," 9 a.m. to noon June 6-9, geared for prekindergarten through fourth grade. Preregistration is encouraged. Information: 524-2204 or www.wpcokc.com. •Crossings Community Church, 14600 N Portland... Read more
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The Oklahoman
Crutcho Elementary in Oklahoma City receives garden grantwill place a bench near the fruit trees to honor him. The school formally reco
Crutcho Elementary in Oklahoma City receives garden grant
The Oklahoman / Posted a minute ago
will place a bench near the fruit trees to honor him. The school formally recognized Killian's role during the eighth-grade graduation on Tuesday and Super Kids Day on Thursday. “Students that engage in school gardening activities are likely... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Jaclyn Elias | Thomas Senichin middle-childhood education. She also received her master’s degree in English
Jaclyn Elias | Thomas Senich
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 17 minutes ago
in middle-childhood education. She also received her master’s degree in English from YSU. She is employed as an eighth-grade teacher at Austintown Middle School. Her husband also graduated from YSU with a bachelor’s degree in secondary... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Raiders’ Bercheni finishes state quest with personal bestsdo it. But unfortunately today I wasn’t able to do it. But at state I will.” S
Raiders’ Bercheni finishes state quest with personal bests
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 17 minutes ago
do it. But unfortunately today I wasn’t able to do it. But at state I will.” She’s been working toward this since seventh grade. “I can’t explain it. It’s awesome,” Price said. “It was a huge goal. Of course I’ll be nervous but I can do it. I... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Irish duo’s state tennis run ends with defeatspot at districts last Saturday. “They had a phenomenal season,” Reily said. “
Irish duo’s state tennis run ends with defeat
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 17 minutes ago
spot at districts last Saturday. “They had a phenomenal season,” Reily said. “To get where they got to — I don’t care what grade you’re in, to get to where they got to was phenomenal. To top it off that they’re a freshman pair, it’s pretty... Read more
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The North West Star
Family man Josh Papalii backs Junior Paulo to thrive in 'quiet' Canberrahe insists his likely mid-season arrival will make Canberra's pack play out of
Family man Josh Papalii backs Junior Paulo to thrive in 'quiet' Canberra
The North West Star / Posted 34 minutes ago
he insists his likely mid-season arrival will make Canberra's pack play out of their skins as the logjam for first grade spots grows. The Raiders and Paulo's manager Sam Ayoub are working feverishly to secure an early release for the... Read more
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Minot Daily News
Ready for summerDodd, 9, and Addyson Dodd, 6, are ready for summer break. They had a great scho
Ready for summer
Minot Daily News / Posted 44 minutes ago
Dodd, 9, and Addyson Dodd, 6, are ready for summer break. They had a great school year at McKinley Elementary in Minot where Avery completed third grade and Addyson completed kindergarten. The girls are daughters of Jonathan and Er... Read more
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Altoona Mirror
Cook serves up silverhonor, and something that would be hard to believe considering he's only been t
Cook serves up silver
Altoona Mirror / Posted 44 minutes ago
honor, and something that would be hard to believe considering he's only been throwing since the end of his 10th grade year. Cook's dad, David, was a shot putter in high school. Seeing how far his son could throw a baseball, he... Read more
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The Mining Journal
HONORING Memorial Daythe program will be held in the Republic-Michigamme High School gym. Everyone
HONORING Memorial Day
The Mining Journal / Posted 46 minutes ago
the program will be held in the Republic-Michigamme High School gym. Everyone is welcomed and encouraged to attend. Posters made by Mid Peninsula fourth- and fifth-grade students for the auxiliary's 2016 Poppy Poster Contest will be on... Read more
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The Daily Mining Gazette
Students learn best in multi-tiered education systemand how many discipline referrals the office gets. For middle and high school s
Students learn best in multi-tiered education system
The Daily Mining Gazette / Posted 46 minutes ago
and how many discipline referrals the office gets. For middle and high school students, we look at overall attendance, grade failures, and rates of suspensions or expulsions. When our data is looking good, we celebrate and focus on how to... Read more
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The Fort Dodge Messenger
Last day of classthe following year we have to look at the areas we really want to improve, whet
Last day of class
The Fort Dodge Messenger / Posted 48 minutes ago
the following year we have to look at the areas we really want to improve, whether its math, science or reading, and pick a grade level that might need a little extra work." Also important is St. Edmond's mission to promote the Catholic faith,... Read more
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The Escanaba Daily Press
Keep kids engaged in summerThe National Summer Learning Association says many students lose about two mont
Keep kids engaged in summer
The Escanaba Daily Press / Posted 49 minutes ago
The National Summer Learning Association says many students lose about two months of grade-level equivalency in math computation skills over the summer. Students tend to score lower on standardized tests after summer vacation than they do when the... Read more
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The Escanaba Daily Press
Indian Education instructor teaches last classesIndian Education teacher in Gladstone is retiring. Above, she is shown during h
Indian Education instructor teaches last classes
The Escanaba Daily Press / Posted 49 minutes ago
Indian Education teacher in Gladstone is retiring. Above, she is shown during her last visit with LeeAnne Iverson's first-grade students. Seronko told stories from her culture and helped the students string necklaces. Below, Seronko works with... Read more
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Marshalltown Times-Republican
Partnership of businesses, schools team up for STEM CampMarshalltown Regional Partnership is supporting the STEM Camp. Enrollment is o
Partnership of businesses, schools team up for STEM Camp
Marshalltown Times-Republican / Posted 52 minutes ago
Marshalltown Regional Partnership is supporting the STEM Camp. Enrollment is open to children in kindergarten to 6th grade at St. Francis Catholic School, Marshalltown Christian School and MCSD schools. "Anson, Hoglan, Franklin, Fisher and... Read more
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The Lewistown Sentinel
Ending on a high noteMifflin County Christian Academy music teacher Mrs. Newcomer, right, leads fift
Ending on a high note
The Lewistown Sentinel / Posted 55 minutes ago
Mifflin County Christian Academy music teacher Mrs. Newcomer, right, leads fifth and sixth grade students playing the recorder, a woodwind musical instrument, during a recital for classmates, families, and friends at the school Friday in Decatur.... Read more
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The Lewistown Sentinel
Changes to watershed program may affect local cleanup effortsphosphorus and sediment, Dunmire said there has been a positive change. "Every
Changes to watershed program may affect local cleanup efforts
The Lewistown Sentinel / Posted 55 minutes ago
phosphorus and sediment, Dunmire said there has been a positive change. "Every year, the watershed and bay gets a grade, and for as long as I can remember it has been a bad grade," he said. "However last year, the grade was a C+, so... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Former Lakota student, now principal, wins top awardkid in the school and it seems like he has a different handshake for every stud
Former Lakota student, now principal, wins top award
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted an hour ago
kid in the school and it seems like he has a different handshake for every student,” said Strack of the school which houses grades 7-8. “He has a real passion for the middle school years,” she said. Rouff’s efforts to establish connections with... Read more
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The Martinsburg Journal
Shepherd’s Porter named to All-American baseball teamRoll. To be a member of the All-MEC Academic Team, the student-athlete must be
Shepherd’s Porter named to All-American baseball team
The Martinsburg Journal / Posted an hour ago
Roll. To be a member of the All-MEC Academic Team, the student-athlete must be a member of the active roster and have a grade-point average of 3.70-4.00 in the semester of their season. To qualify for the Commissioner's Honor Roll, a... Read more
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WZZM 13 Grand Rapids
9 yea rold beekeeper saves swarm from exterminatorold girl in Pennsylvania is helping maintain the bee population, AND helping he
9 yea rold beekeeper saves swarm from exterminator
WZZM 13 Grand Rapids / Posted an hour ago
old girl in Pennsylvania is helping maintain the bee population, AND helping her grandmother in west Michigan teach second graders about the important insects. Beginner bee keeper Susan Arp recently rounded up and rescued an unwanted swarm of bees... Read more
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Parkersburg News and Sentinel
Wood County students earn Golden HorseshoeThe annual Golden Horseshoe exam tests eighth grade students throughout the sta
Wood County students earn Golden Horseshoe
Parkersburg News and Sentinel / Posted an hour ago
The annual Golden Horseshoe exam tests eighth grade students throughout the state on their knowledge of West Virginia history and culture. This year, Wood County Schools had two winners: Matthew Lebo of Jackson Middle School and Ryan Daley of Edison... Read more
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Parkersburg News and Sentinel
Guild Builders program alteredto about 65. The new model opens the program to a maximum of 120 students," Ode
Guild Builders program altered
Parkersburg News and Sentinel / Posted an hour ago
to about 65. The new model opens the program to a maximum of 120 students," Oden said. Students entering 5th through 9th grades are invited to enroll. "These students will learn theatrical tools that can be applied to any situation and can be... Read more
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Parkersburg News and Sentinel
PHS state champ Johnson to wrestle at VMIthe future mechanical engineer major said he planned to go somewhere with a mil
PHS state champ Johnson to wrestle at VMI
Parkersburg News and Sentinel / Posted an hour ago
the future mechanical engineer major said he planned to go somewhere with a military background since he was in the sixth grade. "He had a lot of different options that were open and available for him," noted Way, who watched Johnson finish 46-5... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Bethel native Peter Selgin shares secrets in new memoir, ‘The Inventors,’ at Byrd’s Books on June 4the stories of two men who were very important to him. The first was his father
Bethel native Peter Selgin shares secrets in new memoir, ‘The Inventors,’ at Byrd’s Books on June 4
Greenwich Time / Posted an hour ago
the stories of two men who were very important to him. The first was his father, an inventor, and the second, his eighth-grade English teacher, who came along 13 years later. The author will read from, discuss and sign copies of “The Inventors:... Read more
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Salem News
ACROSS OUR COMMUNITIEScontestant will receive a prize. The contest is divided into four age groups:
ACROSS OUR COMMUNITIES
Salem News / Posted an hour ago
contestant will receive a prize. The contest is divided into four age groups: preschool and kindergarten, first and second grade, third and fourth grade, and fifth and sixth grade. Contestants should be at the parking lot of the First Church of... Read more
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KMGH 7 Denver
Cool Colorado Companies: Lumiwaveproblem with my shoulder." A recent fall made his shoulder feel even worse, so
Cool Colorado Companies: Lumiwave
KMGH 7 Denver / Posted an hour ago
problem with my shoulder." A recent fall made his shoulder feel even worse, so he decided to try LumiWave, a medical-grade device that uses LED-powered infrared technology to heat and stimulate circulation in joints and deep-tissue. The... Read more
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Darien News-Review
Bethel native Peter Selgin shares secrets in new memoir, ‘The Inventors,’ at Byrd’s Books on June 4the stories of two men who were very important to him. The first was his father
Bethel native Peter Selgin shares secrets in new memoir, ‘The Inventors,’ at Byrd’s Books on June 4
Darien News-Review / Posted an hour ago
the stories of two men who were very important to him. The first was his father, an inventor, and the second, his eighth-grade English teacher, who came along 13 years later. The author will read from, discuss and sign copies of “The Inventors:... Read more
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The Mercury News
Matt Cain sustains injury as the Giants lose to Rockies 5-2Bochy with two outs in the seventh. This wasn't the first time Cain pulled a h
Matt Cain sustains injury as the Giants lose to Rockies 5-2
The Mercury News / Posted an hour ago
Bochy with two outs in the seventh. This wasn't the first time Cain pulled a hamstring at Coors Field. He also sustained a Grade 1 strain in the third inning on May 21, 2014, and ended up missing two turns in the rotation. He started again 15 days... Read more
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MedCity News
Jawbone stops making Up fitness trackers, sells inventoryMary” wearable. The story said: The new Jawbone wearable will not be a fitness
Jawbone stops making Up fitness trackers, sells inventory
MedCity News / Posted an hour ago
Mary” wearable. The story said: The new Jawbone wearable will not be a fitness tracker, but is supposed to offer clinical-grade health tracking related to heart monitoring. (Tech Insider reported previously that Jawbone was looking into developing... Read more
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WCSH 6 Portland
Brunswick school reenacts Pickett's chargeSchool reenacted the famous Pickett's Charge at the Battle of Gettysburg Friday
Brunswick school reenacts Pickett's charge
WCSH 6 Portland / Posted an hour ago
School reenacted the famous Pickett's Charge at the Battle of Gettysburg Friday for the last time. For 20 years, fifth-graders studying the Civil War have acted out the major moment in history. But next year, the fifth-grade curriculum will... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Blood Red: Liverpool's hardline stance with youngsters should be applauded - but could it backfire?to see his young players get much too soon. It's an accusation levelled at man
Blood Red: Liverpool's hardline stance with youngsters should be applauded - but could it backfire?
Liverpool Echo / Posted an hour ago
to see his young players get much too soon. It's an accusation levelled at many a young footballer as they try to make the grade in the Premier League. As the world's top football clubs compete to snare the stars of the future, young players are... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Bethel native Peter Selgin shares secrets in new memoir, ‘The Inventors,’ at Byrd’s Books on June 4the stories of two men who were very important to him. The first was his father
Bethel native Peter Selgin shares secrets in new memoir, ‘The Inventors,’ at Byrd’s Books on June 4
Stamford Advocate / Posted an hour ago
the stories of two men who were very important to him. The first was his father, an inventor, and the second, his eighth-grade English teacher, who came along 13 years later. The author will read from, discuss and sign copies of “The Inventors:... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Faith Briefs: Faith based music and events in the Chattanooga areaSummer Retreat at Christ United Methodist Church, 8645 E. Brainerd Road; $20; c
Faith Briefs: Faith based music and events in the Chattanooga area
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted an hour ago
Summer Retreat at Christ United Methodist Church, 8645 E. Brainerd Road; $20; childcare provided for ages 6 weeks to fifth grade; for information or to buy tickets, go to http://christchurchchatt.org, 892-9363. Vacation Bible School * Hickory... Read more
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Ventura County Star
Santa Clara High seniors challenged themselves in academics, as leaderssince they were freshmen at Santa Clara High School, Alyssa Holtke and Brazil S
Santa Clara High seniors challenged themselves in academics, as leaders
Ventura County Star / Posted an hour ago
since they were freshmen at Santa Clara High School, Alyssa Holtke and Brazil Sullivan were always competing for top grades in their class. Their dedication paid off, with Holtke earning the valedictorian spot for the Class of 2016 with a... Read more
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Orange County Register
Road to Rio: From lowest of depths, 800-meter runner Boris Berian now hitting his peaklot of things going on in his life,” Marjerrison said diplomatically. Berian b
Road to Rio: From lowest of depths, 800-meter runner Boris Berian now hitting his peak
Orange County Register / Posted an hour ago
lot of things going on in his life,” Marjerrison said diplomatically. Berian began running, first as a sprinter in seventh grade, and by the time he reached Widefield, it looked like he would follow the footsteps of his sister Leslie Banks, who had... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Bethel native Peter Selgin shares secrets in new memoir, ‘The Inventors,’ at Byrd’s Books on June 4the stories of two men who were very important to him. The first was his father
Bethel native Peter Selgin shares secrets in new memoir, ‘The Inventors,’ at Byrd’s Books on June 4
Connecticut Post / Posted 2 hours ago
the stories of two men who were very important to him. The first was his father, an inventor, and the second, his eighth-grade English teacher, who came along 13 years later. The author will read from, discuss and sign copies of “The Inventors:... Read more
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WLBZ Bangor
Brunswick school reenacts Pickett's chargeSchool reenacted the famous Pickett's Charge at the Battle of Gettysburg Friday
Brunswick school reenacts Pickett's charge
WLBZ Bangor / Posted 2 hours ago
School reenacted the famous Pickett's Charge at the Battle of Gettysburg Friday for the last time. For 20 years, fifth-graders studying the Civil War have acted out the major moment in history. But next year, the fifth-grade curriculum will... Read more
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Live 5 News Charleston
High school cancer survivor not allowed to sit with classmates at graduationsupporters held signs and wore orange -- the color of Leukemia awareness -- in
High school cancer survivor not allowed to sit with classmates at graduation
Live 5 News Charleston / Posted 2 hours ago
supporters held signs and wore orange -- the color of Leukemia awareness -- in the stands. "I've known Stephen since sixth grade and what he went through is not something he chose to do," said Dobson High senior Ana Garcia. "So it's definitely not... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
The Best Speech This Yeargraduated from the University of North Carolina before pursuing Masters degrees
The Best Speech This Year
The Chattanoogan / Posted 2 hours ago
graduated from the University of North Carolina before pursuing Masters degrees at Columbia and Harvard. “I was in the 7th grade, when Mrs. Parker told me, ‘Donovan, we can put your excess energy to good use!’ And she introduced me to the sound of... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
Fruit Basket Turnoverjunior year, and Mr. ___ my senior year.” Or do you think, “I remember Mrs. __
Fruit Basket Turnover
The Chattanoogan / Posted 2 hours ago
junior year, and Mr. ___ my senior year.” Or do you think, “I remember Mrs. ___. I got sent to her office one time in 3rd grade, but by my 5th grade year, I was one of her favorites.” Or “I remember Mr. ____. He used to call every student in the... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Roseville boy fights cancer after donating hair to make wigs for othersup, Desautels said. “You can’t just be a bum,” the boys’ father said. “Life go
Roseville boy fights cancer after donating hair to make wigs for others
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 2 hours ago
up, Desautels said. “You can’t just be a bum,” the boys’ father said. “Life goes on. (Vinny) is going to go to third grade. We want him to be a productive member of society someday, and if we pause, he won’t be.” The family is likely to go... Read more
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NBC 12 Richmond
High school cancer survivor not allowed to sit with classmates at graduationsupporters held signs and wore orange -- the color of Leukemia awareness -- in
High school cancer survivor not allowed to sit with classmates at graduation
NBC 12 Richmond / Posted 2 hours ago
supporters held signs and wore orange -- the color of Leukemia awareness -- in the stands. "I've known Stephen since sixth grade and what he went through is not something he chose to do," said Dobson High senior Ana Garcia. "So it's definitely not... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Wrights in concert at Berryton church in Topeka7433 S.W. 29th, will offer a Worship, Arts and Music ­— or WAM — Camp for child
Wrights in concert at Berryton church in Topeka
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 2 hours ago
7433 S.W. 29th, will offer a Worship, Arts and Music ­— or WAM — Camp for children entering kindergarten through 7th grade from 8:30 a.m. to noon Monday, June 6, to Friday, June 10. There will be workshops on bell and vocal music, drama and... Read more
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WALB Albany
Teacher appointed to governor's committeeAlbany teacher was appointed to Governor Nathan Deal's Teacher Advisory Committ
Teacher appointed to governor's committee
WALB Albany / Posted 2 hours ago
Albany teacher was appointed to Governor Nathan Deal's Teacher Advisory Committee. Jillian Lockette Mansfield is a third grade English teacher at Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary School. Mansfield was nominated by State Senator Freddie Powell... Read more
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The Advocate
Slaughter charter school goes public with frustration over negotiations with East Feliciana School Boardnot right. It’s an injustice,” LeDoux said. “Someone has to stand up.” Started
Slaughter charter school goes public with frustration over negotiations with East Feliciana School Board
The Advocate / Posted 2 hours ago
not right. It’s an injustice,” LeDoux said. “Someone has to stand up.” Started at first with just seventh and eighth grades, the school has grown one grade at a time. It now covers grades seven to 12 and enrolls 322 students. It had its first... Read more
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The Daily Voice - New Rochelle
Woman Beats Odds, Receives Degree from The College of New RochelleNEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. – A 3.5 grade point average is an impressive feat for any co
Woman Beats Odds, Receives Degree from The College of New Rochelle
The Daily Voice - New Rochelle / Posted 2 hours ago
NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. – A 3.5 grade point average is an impressive feat for any college student, but for Bianca Jeannot it means just a little bit more. Jeannot who earned her Bachelor of English degree this week from The College of New Rochelle, was a... Read more
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Brainerd Dispatch
Minnesota man dies in dirt bike crashin Clearbrook. The Clearwater County Sheriff’s Office received a call at 8:21
Minnesota man dies in dirt bike crash
Brainerd Dispatch / Posted 2 hours ago
in Clearbrook. The Clearwater County Sheriff’s Office received a call at 8:21 p.m. about a body found along the railroad grade just outside Clearbrook city limits, a release from the sheriff’s office said. When officials arrived, they pronounced... Read more
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Calgary Sun
$10M lawsuit alleges city negligence in 2007 sledding crash at Stonecrest ParkAiello couldn’t explain his whereabouts or what happened earlier in the day. He
$10M lawsuit alleges city negligence in 2007 sledding crash at Stonecrest Park
Calgary Sun / Posted 2 hours ago
Aiello couldn’t explain his whereabouts or what happened earlier in the day. He couldn’t say what season it was or what grade he was in. It was a traumatic brain injury, the lawsuit says. Aiello missed school because of the effects of the brain... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
Passport program aims to keep kids activeas part of the Ontario-wide Healthy Kids Community Challenge. Niagara Falls in
Passport program aims to keep kids active
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 2 hours ago
as part of the Ontario-wide Healthy Kids Community Challenge. Niagara Falls introduced activity passports for children in Grades 1 through 6 at the start of May. Children can participate in specific physical activities such as skating at the Gale... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
Mathletes ready to compete at provincialsMackenzie Smith is up to the challenge. The Grade 8 student from Father Hennep
Mathletes ready to compete at provincials
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 2 hours ago
Mackenzie Smith is up to the challenge. The Grade 8 student from Father Hennepin Catholic Elementary School in Niagara Falls is looking forward to flexing her algebraic muscles this weekend at a provincial mathematics competition. “I like math... Read more
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WAFB Baton Rouge
High school cancer survivor not allowed to sit with classmates at graduationsupporters held signs and wore orange -- the color of Leukemia awareness -- in
High school cancer survivor not allowed to sit with classmates at graduation
WAFB Baton Rouge / Posted 2 hours ago
supporters held signs and wore orange -- the color of Leukemia awareness -- in the stands. "I've known Stephen since sixth grade and what he went through is not something he chose to do," said Dobson High senior Ana Garcia. "So it's definitely not... Read more
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