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Security cameras to be installed on school buses
The board approved a recommendation to purchase cameras for 26 buses from AngelTrax for $43,416.62, which includes installation. Superintendent Melissa Watson said the cameras will provide a safety...
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Ohio Department of Education
7 Ways Introverts Can Become Master Minglers
We’re all familiar with the concept of networking, and there are some myths about this social practice that I’d like to clear up. First of all, there’s an assumption that you have to be “good” at...
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NORTH GEORGETOWN - After two rainouts, the Columbiana County Antique Tractor Association had 75 hooks at Saturday's pull at Mile Branch Grange. The next pull will be Aug. 15 at Mile Branch Grange,...
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New York Yankees
What’s Behind Stagefright?
Sara Solovitch, in “Playing Scared: A History and Memoir of Stage Fright” (Bloomsbury), says that while she was a good pianist as a child, she fell apart—sweating, trembling—when she had to play for...
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Local group says human trafficking is an issue in...
... to 14 years old, that's how old the U.S. Department of Justice says children generally are when they enter prostitution. The Siouxland Coalition Against Human Trafficking (SCAHT) says it's...
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U.S. Department of Justice
ADA at work: Two girls with Down Syndrome honored...
WASHINGTON, D.C. (WFAA) - Devon Adelman and Megan Bomgaars both have Down syndrome, but they want everyone to know that's not even half of their story. Adelman, an 18-year-old from Seattle, was a...
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Bridge program prepares Tennessee Promise student...
Program prepares Tennessee Promise students for fall semester Guess how much money a high school graduate who goes straight into the workforce makes, Mike Krause urged a
of Tennessee Promise...
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Pellissippi State Community College
Alaska Science Forum: Alaska's wildfires and the ...
In late July, more than 300 wildfires are burning in Alaska. With burned acreage totals one month ahead of the historic 2004 fire season, summer 2015 is again the year of the wildfire. Many...
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Elsa Jean McTaggart
Elsa Jean McTaggart Mad Hatters, Inverness by Margaret Chrystall SO effortlessly did ELSA JEAN McTAGGART win over Thursday’s
of Hootanannys visitors, she deserves to be crowned a one-woman...
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Man subdued at motel remains in jail
A 26-year-old man who was subdued by police with a Taser at a Denton motel Wednesday remained in Denton City Jail as of Thursday afternoon. Marcus Coleman is accused of interfering with an officer’s...
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Fort Worth Drive
GOP’s Trump smackdown contest: Why it’s all about...
Even garbage fires like this Donald J. Trump situation the Republicans have going for themselves have a way of working themselves out through the magical conservative means of the free speech...
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Donald J. Trump
On the Hill, annual Hot Dog Day faces another cha...
Rep. Seth Moulton (D-Mass.) enjoys the annual Hot Dog Lunch on Capitol Hill. (Photo courtesy the North American Meat Institute) Forget partisan warfare. Capitol Hill has a new clash of rivals: It’s...
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The Dad Game: Grabbing some new lake games
Ah, the lake! Just you, your friends and fun times. Plus the occasional thunder-filled downpour. When Mother Nature drops more water onto your weekend than the lake had to begin with, it's time to...
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Despite recent cuts, MakerBot opens bigger Brookl...
A photo of a MakerBot 3-D printer. Despite a recent round of layoffs and the closure of its retail shops, MakerBot is forging ahead with expansion plans. The 3-D printing pioneer cut the ribbon on...
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Playoff boss: Big 12 smart to hold off on adding ...
DALLAS (AP) - College Football Playoff Executive Director Bill Hancock says the Big 12 is "smart to sit back and wait" over adding a conference championship game. Hancock said Tuesday at Big 12 media...
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Albert Einstein's atheist professor, and other Ch...
Every now and then they pop up on your social media timelines: those stories about God and his followers which just don't quite add up. You know the form: "Original site of Jesus' first bathtub...
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15 Wedding Songs Gay Couples Should Play At Their...
Now that marriage equality is the law of the land, us gays need to redefine wedding music: Let Mendelssohn and Wagner walk on by, and leave the funky chicken to the caterer! If you plan on getting...
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Young Leeds Muslims united in one voice for peace...
Young Leeds Muslims united in one voice for peace with 7/7 survivor Gill Gill Hicks pictured with Hanif Malik at the Hamara Centre, in Leeds, earlier this month. Young Muslims from Leeds have united...
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Big 12 notebook: Oklahoma, Texas looking for more...
DALLAS — An 8-5 record would signify a good season for a lot of college football teams, but not Oklahoma. The Sooners slipped to that mark last season, cause for concern for a program that won 10 or...
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Pair of blues shows at Tupelo this weekend
LONDONDERRY, N.H. -- This weekend Tupelo Music Hall, 2 Young Road, presents
of Blues and The David Bromberg Quintet to its stage. The Grammy-nominated
of Blues will perform their...
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