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2014/07/22 00:44
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Southwestern College is putting hundreds of used items up for bid, from printers to vehicles to parking meters — even a forklift that has logged 1,130 hours. Some items are old technology or no...
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2014/07/20 00:24
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Newark Catholic High School Youth football camp set for July The Newark Catholic youth football camp will be 5 to 7 p.m. July 28 to 31 with separate camps for players in grades three through five...
2014/07/18 10:04
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... High school students in Madison County will be trading in their backpacks for laptop bags in August after the district launches its $6 million1:M Digital Initiative. After years of planning and...
2014/07/17 01:57
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The Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit board on Wednesday rejected several assertions made in a Marin grand jury report, including the assertion that members are too hands off. But some board members...
2014/07/15 20:59
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A pen and paper is all that the officers had just a few months ago during their meetings. Now they use a huge monitor that allows them to be interactive in their investigations. For example, they can...
2014/07/15 16:38
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Despite the fact that Petalumans were promised two train stations when they voted to approve the SMART ballot measure in 2008, rail officials now say that when the service begins in two years there...
2014/07/15 06:00
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The Department of Ophthalmology at Government Rajaji Hospital here has been given a complete makeover to make people prefer it to private clinics and hospitals. The department was upgraded recently...
2014/07/10 17:08
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UT Southwestern Medical Center is on the national "Most Wired" hospitals list for a fourth consecutive year, thanks to its use of such technologies as databases to help physicians better identify...
2014/07/10 06:58
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The Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit authority board of directors lacks the attention needed to navigate a complicated funding and regulatory process and deliver the commuter rail service that voters...
2014/07/05 23:29
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The Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit authority board of directors lacks the attention needed to navigate a complicated funding and regulatory process and deliver the commuter rail service that voters...
2014/07/02 00:39
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Thousands of people will descend Friday on Cape Coral to get an up front seat to the city's big fire works display. In the meantime, law enforcement authorities are planning how they will keep all...
2014/07/01 04:32
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This transfer will allow the newer, stronger Old Fort Local Schools to move forward with, among other things, a stronger financial forecast, more course offerings and two buildings that are more...
2014/06/24 17:46
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Lehighton Area School District will move forward with the design bid for its proposed elementary center. The board voted 5-3 Monday for EI Associates to proceed with the design bid for the new...
2014/06/24 04:07
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It was Math and Munchies at Thunder Bay’s Corpus Christi School on Monday where a year-long program combining math and technology was celebrated. Grade 5 student Ashley Fong, 11, works on a math...
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2014/06/23 08:57
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More reason to take pride in San Rafael High San Rafael Hearts Swelled as the 2014 graduating class of Marin County's oldest high school received their diplomas on June 12. Many in the adoring...
2014/06/22 23:20
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... School districts across the Twin Cities are trying to put iPads, laptops or other tools in the hands of students, but many are finding that financing the devices is an issue, and they are trying...
2014/06/22 04:29
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Veteran Cloverdale City Council members Joe Palla and Carol Russell are both running for re-election, saying there is still work to be done to strengthen the city’s economy and fulfill other...
2014/06/21 06:43
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CPR could be required to graduate from NY high schools Bill to train students goes to governor Print this ArticleEmail this Article Washingtonville coach Pat Ryan demonstrates how to use an...
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Posted: Friday, June 20th 2014 at 8:43am Four Hall-based organizations included in latest round of JEMC Foundation grants JEFFERSON - The Jackson EMC Foundation Board of Directors awarded a total of...
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