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Fortune
This Oxford B-School Solar Startup Is Lighting Up East AfricaGrid claims their pricing is equal to or less than what customers currently pay
This Oxford B-School Solar Startup Is Lighting Up East Africa
Fortune / Posted 3 minutes ago
Grid claims their pricing is equal to or less than what customers currently pay for kerosene, batteries, and phone-charging services. In a country where only 15% of the population had access to electricity in 2012, according to the World Bank, the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Numbers That Mean Nothingwhy in the first place? Do numbers tell the truth or can they be manipulated b
Numbers That Mean Nothing
AllAfrica.com / Posted an hour ago
why in the first place? Do numbers tell the truth or can they be manipulated by whoever has the power and the means? If a student takes a test to be corrected out of 50, she can achieve anything, but not more than the full mark 50. Can he tell his... Read more
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Palo Alto Weekly
Palo Alto school board to discuss funding, models for student mental healthThe Palo Alto school district is eyeing several new approaches to supporting st
Palo Alto school board to discuss funding, models for student mental health
Palo Alto Weekly / Posted an hour ago
The Palo Alto school district is eyeing several new approaches to supporting student mental health and well-being, including spending $25,000 to explore a more coordinated "wellness center" model and creating a committee that could recommend that... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Expect a New KIU - Dr MpezamihigoIt is quite big and you can only know that once you are inside KIU. The other f
Expect a New KIU - Dr Mpezamihigo
AllAfrica.com / Posted an hour ago
It is quite big and you can only know that once you are inside KIU. The other feature of this university is the huge student population ... with the student population well over 22,000. Once you have an expansion in terms of student numbers,... Read more
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The Mining Journal
The calendarMission Convenant Church, North Second Street, in Ishpeming. Book Babies - 10:
The calendar
The Mining Journal / Posted an hour ago
Mission Convenant Church, North Second Street, in Ishpeming. Book Babies - 10:30-10:50 a.m. Peter White Public Library Community Room. Enjoy songs, rhymes, stories and fingerplays for ages 0-24 months and stay for a playtime afterward. Free.... Read more
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Duke University
Employee and Student Nominations Now Being Accepted for Algernon Sydney Sullivan AwardProvost Sally Kornbluth presents the 2015 senior student award to Rasheed Alhad
Employee and Student Nominations Now Being Accepted for Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award
Duke University / Posted 2 hours ago
Provost Sally Kornbluth presents the 2015 senior student award to Rasheed Alhadi. Photos by Duke Photography Durham, NC - Nominations are now being accepted for the Algernon Sydney Sullivan award, which will be presented to a Duke graduating senior... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
College of Coastal Georgia to offer 4-year degrees at Camden Centerofferings, the college said in a release, and should save Camden County and oth
College of Coastal Georgia to offer 4-year degrees at Camden Center
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 2 hours ago
offerings, the college said in a release, and should save Camden County and other Southeast Georgia and North Florida students time and travel expenses. The College of Coast Georgia is committed to making educational opportunities more... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
A look back in photos at the Queen’s winter stay in Norfolk- with a smile, good grace and in a low key, no fuss manner. As she departed f
A look back in photos at the Queen’s winter stay in Norfolk
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 2 hours ago
- with a smile, good grace and in a low key, no fuss manner. As she departed from King’s Lynn station on the 10.54am service to London King’s Cross, she may have reflected on the busy schedule that lies ahead. The next 12 months will see the... Read more
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The Wanderer
Mattapoisett Lions Club AwardLions International consisting of 45,000 clubs and more than 1.3 million member
Mattapoisett Lions Club Award
The Wanderer / Posted 2 hours ago
Lions International consisting of 45,000 clubs and more than 1.3 million members worldwide making this the world’s largest service club organization, is pleased to announce two $2,500 scholarships to be awarded this year to graduating high school... Read more
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Mashable
Can you be a feminist and like rough sex?or not their political walk matches their pillow talk. “I love being spat on d
Can you be a feminist and like rough sex?
Mashable / Posted 2 hours ago
or not their political walk matches their pillow talk. “I love being spat on during sex,” says Zoe, a 28-year-old graduate student I’m sipping espressos with. “The nastier the spit, the better. Does that make me a bad feminist? Do I need to burn... Read more
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Sterling Journal-Advocate
NJC honors 2 former instructors with Service AwardAssociation recognized several individuals at their annual Awards Luncheon Satu
NJC honors 2 former instructors with Service Award
Sterling Journal-Advocate / Posted 3 hours ago
Association recognized several individuals at their annual Awards Luncheon Saturday, including two who have given years of service not only to NJC, but the community of Sterling. Recipients of this year's Service Award were Carol Brom and Jim... Read more
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Weirton Daily Times
Semi-pro football team seeking Hancock County homeJoshua Baker are all from Hancock County and would like to keep the team here.
Semi-pro football team seeking Hancock County home
Weirton Daily Times / Posted 3 hours ago
Joshua Baker are all from Hancock County and would like to keep the team here. "We're looking at trying to build this as a community thing," he said. "We're giving guys a second chance to play ball. A lot of guys, once they get out of high school,... Read more
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Brown University Athletics
Women’s Hockey’s Rolandelli Selected as Finalist for Hockey Humanitarian Awardannounced by the organization. The award is given each year to college hockey's
Women’s Hockey’s Rolandelli Selected as Finalist for Hockey Humanitarian Award
Brown University Athletics / Posted 3 hours ago
announced by the organization. The award is given each year to college hockey's finest citizen, which is characterized by a student-athlete who makes significant contributions not only to his or her team but also to the community-at-large through... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Comfort level growing for Gordon in Calgarythe Wheat City, Gordon headed west. "It’s been amazing. Obviously I miss the s
Comfort level growing for Gordon in Calgary
Brandon Sun / Posted 3 hours ago
the Wheat City, Gordon headed west. "It’s been amazing. Obviously I miss the small town feel of Brandon and the tight-knit community, but I’ve found my own in Calgary with the girls on the team and meeting lots of new people," Gordon said. "I think... Read more
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The Atlantic
The Research Pirates of the Dark Webrigorous standards and peer reviews that the most prestigious paid journals are
The Research Pirates of the Dark Web
The Atlantic / Posted 3 hours ago
rigorous standards and peer reviews that the most prestigious paid journals are famous for. Some years ago, a university student in Kazakhstan took it upon herself to set free the vast trove of paywalled academic research. That student, Alexandra... Read more
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The Gilmer Mirror
Criminal Aliens Flashpoint of Border Security Debate - Criminal Aliens Flashpoint of Border Security Debate by Jay Root The Texas Tribune Feb. 8 2016 The Texas Tribune is taking a yearlong look at the issues of border security and immigration ...and law-abiding foreign nationals are caught up in the dragnet — people like Ra
Criminal Aliens Flashpoint of Border Security Debate - Criminal Aliens Flashpoint of Border Security Debate by Jay Root The Texas Tribune Feb. 8 2016 The Texas Tribune is taking a yearlong look at the issues of border security and immigration ...
The Gilmer Mirror / Posted 4 hours ago
and law-abiding foreign nationals are caught up in the dragnet — people like Raul Zamora, a University of Texas student who found himself facing removal after getting pulled over for a broken tail-light. Or Max Villaroto, a popular Iowa... Read more
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Slate
I Made Less Than $13 an Hour to Serve $13 Bud Lights at the Super Bowlto be a very long day. The morning is clear and beautiful; the mood is upbeat.
I Made Less Than $13 an Hour to Serve $13 Bud Lights at the Super Bowl
Slate / Posted 4 hours ago
to be a very long day. The morning is clear and beautiful; the mood is upbeat. Many of the ushers, janitors, and food-service workers assembled here have been anticipating the game all season. But first, we have to get a seat on the... Read more
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Daily Herald
Harper Promise clearing new paths for studentseducation at the Palatine college. To stay in the program, which college admin
Harper Promise clearing new paths for students
Daily Herald / Posted 6 hours ago
education at the Palatine college. To stay in the program, which college administrators launched in March 2015, students must keep their grades up, limit their school absences, perform community service and graduate on time. As of Jan.... Read more
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Spalding Today
One-stop jobs shop at South Holland Post 16 CentreStudents at Sir John Gleed School joined sixth-formers at South Holland Post 16
One-stop jobs shop at South Holland Post 16 Centre
Spalding Today / Posted 7 hours ago
Students at Sir John Gleed School joined sixth-formers at South Holland Post 16 Centre where the world of work was right at the fingertips. About 350 youngsters saw the futures right in front of them at an innovative careers fair at the end of... Read more
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Task & Purpose
How To Decide On The Right College As A Student Vetimpact, and where you choose to go will likely play a role in your post-militar
How To Decide On The Right College As A Student Vet
Task & Purpose / Posted 7 hours ago
impact, and where you choose to go will likely play a role in your post-military career. Task & Purpose sat down with three student veteran ambassadors with the Service 2 School organization, which helps transitioning service members seeking higher... Read more
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The Forward
My Search for the 'Male Shiksa'bought a hideous T-shirt from Urban Outfitters that read “I love Jewish girls.”
My Search for the 'Male Shiksa'
The Forward / Posted 7 hours ago
bought a hideous T-shirt from Urban Outfitters that read “I love Jewish girls.” He wore it to pick me up from Yom Kippur services at Hillel. On our first date he drove me in his pickup to an Italian place on Magazine Street and told me, over... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
A look back at the Queen’s winter stay in Norfolk- with a smile, good grace and in a low key, no fuss manner. As she departed f
A look back at the Queen’s winter stay in Norfolk
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 8 hours ago
- with a smile, good grace and in a low key, no fuss manner. As she departed from King’s Lynn station on the 10.54am service to London King’s Cross, she may have reflected on the busy schedule that lies ahead. The next 12 months will see the... Read more
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Rutland Herald
Poll: Sanders lead in NH by double digitsPhoto Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., speaks duri
Poll: Sanders lead in NH by double digits
Rutland Herald / Posted 9 hours ago
Photo Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., speaks during a campaign stop Sunday at Great Bay Community College in Portsmouth, N.H. CONCORD, N.H. � Sen. Bernie Sanders spent his final day campaigning ahead of New... Read more
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The Chicago Maroon
SG Community Service Fund Allocates Only 75 Percent of its FundingNewsUndergraduate and Graduate RSO’s are eligible to apply for funding of servi
SG Community Service Fund Allocates Only 75 Percent of its Funding
The Chicago Maroon / Posted 9 hours ago
NewsUndergraduate and Graduate RSO’s are eligible to apply for funding of service initiatives. Last year, the Community Service Fund (CSF), a funding organization led by Student... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Program fails to close the gap for Aboriginal education in NSWConnected Communities program failing to improve academic outcomes for Aborigin
Program fails to close the gap for Aboriginal education in NSW
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 9 hours ago
Connected Communities program failing to improve academic outcomes for Aboriginal students in NSW, report finds A multi-million-dollar program has failed to improve academic outcomes for Aboriginal students, a New South Wales Government report has... Read more
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The Pekin Daily Times
JROTC celebrates anniversariesprogram brings out leadership qualities in each one of its cadets,” said Zimmer
JROTC celebrates anniversaries
The Pekin Daily Times / Posted 10 hours ago
program brings out leadership qualities in each one of its cadets,” said Zimmerman, 17, a four-year JROTC cadet at Pekin Community High School. “It helps develop leadership roles and bring out your personality.“It really does change you. In my... Read more
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Marshall Independent
The vicious cycle of abuseadults using? The two most commonly abused substances by Americans 14 and olde
The vicious cycle of abuse
Marshall Independent / Posted 10 hours ago
adults using? The two most commonly abused substances by Americans 14 and older is alcohol and marijuana. A Minnesota Student Survey taken by four grade levels of students at Marshall Public Schools every three years identified that 9 percent... Read more
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The East Liverpool Review
Semipro team wants to play in Hancock CountyJoshua Baker are all from Hancock County and would like to keep the team here.
Semipro team wants to play in Hancock County
The East Liverpool Review / Posted 10 hours ago
Joshua Baker are all from Hancock County and would like to keep the team here. "We're looking at trying to build this as a community thing," he said. "We're giving guys a second chance to play ball. A lot of guys, once they get out of high school,... Read more
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The Newton Kansan
Path to sainthoodrecognized would more than likely try to downplay it, becoming a saint is a big
Path to sainthood
The Newton Kansan / Posted 11 hours ago
recognized would more than likely try to downplay it, becoming a saint is a big deal. When it happens to someone in your community, as is currently ongoing with Pilsen native Father Emil Kapaun, people tend to take notice and celebrate that... Read more
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Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Snowstorm's bark is worse than its biteoutside for many Central Massachusetts residents Monday. “It’s bad, but it’s no
Snowstorm's bark is worse than its bite
Worcester Telegram & Gazette / Posted 11 hours ago
outside for many Central Massachusetts residents Monday. “It’s bad, but it’s not anything abnormal,” said Melanie Vargas, a student at Quinsigamond Community College who was waiting for her bus to work Monday afternoon. “It’s nothing we can’t deal... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
Lauryn Zepeda wins StarNews Valentine's essay contest; read all entriesis a retired economist who worked for the U.S. Department of Commerce for 40 ye
Lauryn Zepeda wins StarNews Valentine's essay contest; read all entries
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 12 hours ago
is a retired economist who worked for the U.S. Department of Commerce for 40 years. Anne Marie retired from Brunswick Community College as an administrator. Phone numbers were exchanged and a date set for the upcoming Holden Beach concert... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
Activists protest Baylor's response to sex accusationsStand” vigil outside university President Kenneth Starr’s campus home. Last we
Activists protest Baylor's response to sex accusations
Dallas Morning News / Posted 12 hours ago
Stand” vigil outside university President Kenneth Starr’s campus home. Last week, she alleged online that a fellow student had raped her in March and that the school failed to investigate her case thoroughly. She and a friend came up with... Read more
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The Daily Tar Heel
Authentic Q&A with our 2016 SBP candidatesago We've heard the speeches, the debates and the yelling in the Pit. But how
Authentic Q&A with our 2016 SBP candidates
The Daily Tar Heel / Posted 12 hours ago
ago We've heard the speeches, the debates and the yelling in the Pit. But how well do we really know our candidates for student body president? Do we know what their favorite emojis are? How would they rank the songs on Beyoncé's most recent... Read more
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The Brown Daily Herald
Mandel to lead search for dean of admissionof the College Maud Mandel will lead the search for a new dean of admission, an
Mandel to lead search for dean of admission
The Brown Daily Herald / Posted 12 hours ago
of the College Maud Mandel will lead the search for a new dean of admission, announced Provost Richard Locke P’17 in a community-wide email Friday. This announcement follows the news that Jim Miller ’73, the current dean of admission, will... Read more
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Daily Journal
Helping HandHigh School Based Mentoring program from TD Bank through the TD Charitable Foun
Helping Hand
Daily Journal / Posted 12 hours ago
High School Based Mentoring program from TD Bank through the TD Charitable Foundation. The program consists of high school students mentoring elementary school students at least one day a week. When a high school student becomes involved as a... Read more
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The Fort Morgan Times
Feb. 09 Community news briefsWomen in manufacturing High school students from across Morgan Community Colle
Feb. 09 Community news briefs
The Fort Morgan Times / Posted 13 hours ago
Women in manufacturing High school students from across Morgan Community College's service area will gather for MCC's first annual "Girls Only! Women in Manufacturing" event. The Fort Morgan campus will host several amazing women currently working... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Prime Minister’s Statement to Parliamentresponsibly manage the Government’s finances• to build a more competitive and p
Prime Minister’s Statement to Parliament
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 13 hours ago
responsibly manage the Government’s finances• to build a more competitive and productive economy• to deliver better public services to New Zealanders, and• to support the rebuilding of Christchurch.This year we look forward to continuing strong and... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
Should women have to register for the draft? | Springfieldequal pay, that includes equal positions in government or in various businesses
Should women have to register for the draft? | Springfield
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 13 hours ago
equal pay, that includes equal positions in government or in various businesses,” said Eifert, a 19-year-old Sinclair Community College student who may one day face the prospect of registering for the draft. “But as long as we don’t have... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
The Cutting EDGE of MUSAC – Education Management Solutions oenough for effective school management. Information must be current and immedia
The Cutting EDGE of MUSAC – Education Management Solutions o
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 14 hours ago
enough for effective school management. Information must be current and immediately accessible to everyone in the school community. All users need one simple interface – one that analyses data in meaningful ways and keeps it secure. Schools want... Read more
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The Economic Times
Win for Net Neutrality: Trai bans differential data pricing, prohibits Facebook's Free Basicsin support of complete net neutrality as the country's telecom regulator on Mon
Win for Net Neutrality: Trai bans differential data pricing, prohibits Facebook's Free Basics
The Economic Times / Posted 14 hours ago
in support of complete net neutrality as the country's telecom regulator on Monday barred discriminatory pricing of data services, effectively prohibiting controversial zero-rated products such as Facebook's Free Basics and Airtel Zero with a... Read more
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Statesboro Herald
A degree in caringwho has made a career of volunteerism and fundraising for charitable causes cam
A degree in caring
Statesboro Herald / Posted 14 hours ago
who has made a career of volunteerism and fundraising for charitable causes came to Statesboro from Atlanta in 1974 as a student at what was then Georgia Southern College. Admittedly not a great student and admitted under a special studies... Read more
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Las Cruces Sun-News
City council discusses transit issuesCruces' bus system, the council was briefed on the South Central Regional Trans
City council discusses transit issues
Las Cruces Sun-News / Posted 15 hours ago
Cruces' bus system, the council was briefed on the South Central Regional Transit District, which will begin providing bus service between Sunland Park and Elephant Butte beginning next Monday. It's been eight years since RoadRUNNER Transit last... Read more
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FOX 6 Milwaukee
Why would Virginia Tech student help plan 13-old girl's killing?Lovell, a case that seems to produce more questions each time an answer surface
Why would Virginia Tech student help plan 13-old girl's killing?
FOX 6 Milwaukee / Posted 15 hours ago
Lovell, a case that seems to produce more questions each time an answer surfaces. Why would a Virginia Tech engineering student and theater geek with a history of strong grades and extracurricular interests — and no delinquency in her background... Read more
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TribLIVE
Wyland students collect toys to fill playrooms at Children’s HospitalWyland students collect toys to fill playrooms at Children's Hospital | TribLIV
Wyland students collect toys to fill playrooms at Children’s Hospital
TribLIVE / Posted 15 hours ago
Wyland students collect toys to fill playrooms at Children's Hospital | TribLIVE Neighborhoods Wyland students collect toys to fill playrooms at Children's Hospital Wyland Elementary fifth-graders Kendall Solkovy, 10 (right), and Rita Khoury... Read more
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Athens Banner-Herald
Events around Athens on Tuesday, Feb. 9more information, call (706) 357-5222, ext. 68211, or email stapletonj@clarke.k
Events around Athens on Tuesday, Feb. 9
Athens Banner-Herald / Posted 15 hours ago
more information, call (706) 357-5222, ext. 68211, or email stapletonj@clarke.k12.ga.us. Department of Family & Children Services Board meeting: 9 to 10 a.m., Department of Family & Children Services, 16 Lee St., Winder. (770) 868-4239 or email... Read more
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The News & Observer
A year after slayings of Muslims, community seeks dialogue, harmony | News & Observer February 8, 2016 7:05 PM Farris Barakat, 25, brother of
A year after slayings of Muslims, community seeks dialogue, harmony
The News & Observer / Posted 17 hours ago
| News & Observer February 8, 2016 7:05 PM Farris Barakat, 25, brother of Deah Barakat, is still emotional... Read more
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Houston Chronicle
Michael Brick, songwriter and journalist, rememberedbusiness, crime and sports for The Times, freelanced for Esquire and other nati
Michael Brick, songwriter and journalist, remembered
Houston Chronicle / Posted 18 hours ago
business, crime and sports for The Times, freelanced for Esquire and other national magazines, and mentored a generation of student journalists as advisor to the Daily Texan at the University of Texas. "Michael left an impression on everyone in our... Read more
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CBC.ca
Seriously injured teen in bobsled-track crash faces long recoverysqueeze of the hand. Those simple gestures from Caleb Hettinga's hospital bed o
Seriously injured teen in bobsled-track crash faces long recovery
CBC.ca / Posted 18 hours ago
squeeze of the hand. Those simple gestures from Caleb Hettinga's hospital bed offer hope to his friends, family and church community. The teen is the most seriously injured of the six survivors of a tobogganing crash on the bobsled track at Canada... Read more
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Bluffton Today
Bluffton's Frazier announces Beaufort County school board bidand they’ve done a good job as far as balancing budget needs and other concerns
Bluffton's Frazier announces Beaufort County school board bid
Bluffton Today / Posted 18 hours ago
and they’ve done a good job as far as balancing budget needs and other concerns. “But there’s not really an advocate for students and teachers on there as far being on the inside and being able to get a firsthand account of what’s missing, of... Read more
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NJ.com
Renowned Jersey City jazz drummer Don Carter dies at 72elementary school in Harlem. That rhythm turned him into a renowned jazz drumme
Renowned Jersey City jazz drummer Don Carter dies at 72
NJ.com / Posted 19 hours ago
elementary school in Harlem. That rhythm turned him into a renowned jazz drummer and a respected member of the Jersey City community. Carter, an accomplished musician and educator, died at the age of 72 on Dec. 26 at the Jersey City Medical... Read more
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