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Eyewitness News 3 Hartford
New Haven's superintendent to resignreleased a statement on Tuesday about Harries' impending departure: The Board
New Haven's superintendent to resign
Eyewitness News 3 Hartford / Posted 22 minutes ago
released a statement on Tuesday about Harries' impending departure: The Board of Education thanks Mr. Harries for his service to the New Haven school community. During his tenure as superintendent, Mr. Harries promoted student learning through... Read more
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Daily Mail
Grieving friends and family attend funeral for Aboriginal teenagergold-mining town of Kalgoorlie on Tuesday afternoon to attend the funeral of in
Grieving friends and family attend funeral for Aboriginal teenager
Daily Mail / Posted 33 minutes ago
gold-mining town of Kalgoorlie on Tuesday afternoon to attend the funeral of indigenous teenager Elijah Doughty. A solemn service for the 14-year-old was held at Maku Stadium, followed by a procession that walked five kilometres to Kalgoorlie... Read more
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New Haven Independent
Harries Is Outat about 10:20 p.m. to resume its public meeting. The janitorial staff had alre
Harries Is Out
New Haven Independent / Posted 51 minutes ago
at about 10:20 p.m. to resume its public meeting. The janitorial staff had already set to right the cafetorium so that students could eat breakfast. Most of the people who had packed the room earlier that evening had long since headed home.... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Menz Guassa Community in Conservation Moveto and fro cloaked with a cotton made linen costume. Observing the investment
Menz Guassa Community in Conservation Move
AllAfrica.com / Posted an hour ago
to and fro cloaked with a cotton made linen costume. Observing the investment work going on there, tourism as well as the service rendering sectors of the town displaying swift progress and picking pace from time to time the passengers were... Read more
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Daily Herald
Frankton teacher honored for making history counta web page with biographies of Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton on a cla
Frankton teacher honored for making history count
Daily Herald / Posted 4 hours ago
a web page with biographies of Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton on a classroom screen as his senior-level government students called up the same on their Chromebooks. After explaining how Jefferson was born wealthy in Virginia and Hamilton... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
From purple spuds to apps, Northern Ireland inventors competeenvironment, and safeguards the operator who won't come in to contact with live
From purple spuds to apps, Northern Ireland inventors compete
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 5 hours ago
environment, and safeguards the operator who won't come in to contact with livestock or chemicals. International business student Eve McClelland, from Belfast, is the inventor of Em-bed, an emergency foldable bed made of cardboard. Packed with... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Decade of Transforming Youth in Health, Economyregions in Tanzania Mainland and become one of the leading youth serving organi
Decade of Transforming Youth in Health, Economy
AllAfrica.com / Posted 8 hours ago
regions in Tanzania Mainland and become one of the leading youth serving organizations. He says the expansion is due to community needs and various data indicating needs. The DSW services cover Arusha, Kilimanjaro, Manyara, Tanga, Shinyanga,... Read more
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The Wesleyan Argus
Public Safety Works to Help Prevent Bike Theftsbegun issuing safety warnings and precautions to prevent the situation from esc
Public Safety Works to Help Prevent Bike Thefts
The Wesleyan Argus / Posted 9 hours ago
begun issuing safety warnings and precautions to prevent the situation from escalating. In an email sent to the University community last week by the Office of Public Safety Director Scott Rohde, he notified the campus about the increase in recent... Read more
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FOX Carolina
Furman students sue, claiming discriminatory county voter registrationThree students from Furman University have filed a lawsuit claiming they faced
Furman students sue, claiming discriminatory county voter registration
FOX Carolina / Posted 10 hours ago
Three students from Furman University have filed a lawsuit claiming they faced discriminatory voting practices in Greenville County. According to the lawsuit, students Sulaiman Ahmad, Benjamin Longnecker and Katherine West are suing because they... Read more
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The Wesleyan Argus
The Other WesleyansUniversity Location: Mitchell, S.D. School colors: Royal blue and white. Mas
The Other Wesleyans
The Wesleyan Argus / Posted 10 hours ago
University Location: Mitchell, S.D. School colors: Royal blue and white. Mascot: the Tigers. Motto: “Sacrifice or Service.” Fun fact: The nursing graduates at Dakota Wesleyan University have a 100-percent job-placement rate. Illinois... Read more
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The Daily Tar Heel
It's not enough just to know buzzwords to understand social justiceracism, sexism, ageism, etc.). As a University, for example, UNC is typically
It's not enough just to know buzzwords to understand social justice
The Daily Tar Heel / Posted 11 hours ago
racism, sexism, ageism, etc.). As a University, for example, UNC is typically described as having a socially conscious student body. We’re a progressive haven in a generally conservative South. Here, social activists can easily find their niche... Read more
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FOX 11 Tucson
New D-M commander talks pilots, missions and returning to TucsonAs a student pilot at Davis-Monthan in the late 90s, Colonel Scott Campbell nev
New D-M commander talks pilots, missions and returning to Tucson
FOX 11 Tucson / Posted 11 hours ago
As a student pilot at Davis-Monthan in the late 90s, Colonel Scott Campbell never imagined he would be in charge of the 355th Fighter Wing one day. He said Monday afternoon that he was more focused at the time on being a strong fighter pilot. Since... Read more
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Daily Pennsylvanian
Second year medical student Ari Frosch dies in MassachusettsSecond year Medical student Ari Frosch died last week, the University announced
Second year medical student Ari Frosch dies in Massachusetts
Daily Pennsylvanian / Posted 14 hours ago
Second year Medical student Ari Frosch died last week, the University announced on Monday. Frosch was on a leave of absence and died while at home with his family in Newton, Massachusetts. He was 26 years old. Students at the Perelman School of... Read more
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Daily Maverick
Student protests spread, while Wits marks a worker's deathWits announced on Monday it had received reports that a cleaner died last week
Student protests spread, while Wits marks a worker's death
Daily Maverick / Posted 14 hours ago
Wits announced on Monday it had received reports that a cleaner died last week after students protested. In a statement, the university said an employee of a service provider was rushed to hospital after students used a fire extinguisher at the... Read more
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Marin Independent Journal
Safe Routes to Schools can help you out of the jamto Transportation Authority of Marin traffic studies, over 20 percent of all mo
Safe Routes to Schools can help you out of the jam
Marin Independent Journal / Posted 14 hours ago
to Transportation Authority of Marin traffic studies, over 20 percent of all morning traffic is caused by parents and students driving to school. Families that walk, roll, carpool or bus can help reduce that congestion. Going on a vehicle... Read more
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My Suburban Life
Fields: It's a new day at Morton Collegeresulted in a loss of funds for that program, our board dedicated itself to ide
Fields: It's a new day at Morton College
My Suburban Life / Posted 15 hours ago
resulted in a loss of funds for that program, our board dedicated itself to identifying resources to keep it alive for our community. Continuing our efforts to create lifelong learners, once those students have earned their High School Equivalency... Read more
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Ballard News-Tribune
Four-legged BlessingsAt Large In Ballard: By Peggy Sturdivant I thought my student Olive Royal wa
Four-legged Blessings
Ballard News-Tribune / Posted 16 hours ago
At Large In Ballard: By Peggy Sturdivant I thought my student Olive Royal was kidding when she said she’d have a dog with her at our meeting. She was not. I perked up when I met the dog. The dog with Olive had the head of a... Read more
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WXIA-TV Atlanta
Banneker students remembered after fatal crashthe intersection of Royal South Parkway and Buffington Round. More on the accid
Banneker students remembered after fatal crash
WXIA-TV Atlanta / Posted 16 hours ago
the intersection of Royal South Parkway and Buffington Round. More on the accident, here. Each of the victims were recent students of Benjamin Banneker High School. Jerrett Mumford and Sankoh graduated this year and Jaylen was a junior there but... Read more
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San Francisco Giants
Homestand Release | September 27 - October 2, 2016first 500 fans who come to Willie Mays Plaza and get in line at the CSN tent wi
Homestand Release | September 27 - October 2, 2016
San Francisco Giants / Posted 18 hours ago
first 500 fans who come to Willie Mays Plaza and get in line at the CSN tent will receive a OctoberQuest drawstring bags. COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT - JEFFERSON AWARDS STUDENTS IN ACTION: The Giants have teamed up with The Jefferson Awards to recognize... Read more
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WGN TV Chicago
Chicago area students surprised with laptopsCHICAGO -- Some student athletes from around the Chicago area got the surprise
Chicago area students surprised with laptops
WGN TV Chicago / Posted 20 hours ago
CHICAGO -- Some student athletes from around the Chicago area got the surprise of a lifetime today. They showed up at the Illinois Tech campus in the South Loop, thinking they were going to help out for an event. Instead, they were surprised with... Read more
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iol.co.za
Bribery allegations surface at NMMUThe gathering outside the building was illegal and later moved inside City Hall
Bribery allegations surface at NMMU
iol.co.za / Posted 20 hours ago
The gathering outside the building was illegal and later moved inside City Hall’s auditorium where students and parents were addressed by SRC President Nicholas Nyati and member of Parliament Yusuf Cassim. Since last week, nine students have been... Read more
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Louisiana Weekly
In mental health care, are we treating the symptom but not the cause?in recent years, most notably with the Affordable Care Act, which has expanded
In mental health care, are we treating the symptom but not the cause?
Louisiana Weekly / Posted 20 hours ago
in recent years, most notably with the Affordable Care Act, which has expanded access to coverage for mental health services. But when it comes to young people, service providers who work with some of the youth most vulnerable to mental... Read more
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The Maui News
Disbanded group honored along with fallen soldiersat helping their communities the way their fallen comrades "would have done had
Disbanded group honored along with fallen soldiers
The Maui News / Posted 21 hours ago
at helping their communities the way their fallen comrades "would have done had they returned." Now, after 70 years of service, one of these organizations, the Maui AJA (Americans of Japanese Ancestry) Veterans Inc. has disbanded, and is... Read more
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Philly.com
How a Philly cop broke the school-prison pipelinechance. She benefited from the Philadelphia Police School Diversion Program, a
How a Philly cop broke the school-prison pipeline
Philly.com / Posted 22 hours ago
chance. She benefited from the Philadelphia Police School Diversion Program, an initiative that has, on a shoestring using services the city already had in place, more or less shut down the school-to-prison pipeline in Philadelphia - and created a... Read more
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The Wanderer
Tabor to Host 4th Annual Day of ServiceFor the past four years, Tabor Academy has held a Day of Service, an event that
Tabor to Host 4th Annual Day of Service
The Wanderer / Posted 22 hours ago
For the past four years, Tabor Academy has held a Day of Service, an event that has allowed the entire Tabor community to interact with Southcoast communities in a more direct and personal manner than ever before. On Wednesday, September 28, the... Read more
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Al.com
5 killed in 52 hours in Jeffco: 'Black lives must mean more to black people,' Roper saysand another inside a downtown Birmingham motel. On Sunday afternoon, the little
5 killed in 52 hours in Jeffco: 'Black lives must mean more to black people,' Roper says
Al.com / Posted 23 hours ago
and another inside a downtown Birmingham motel. On Sunday afternoon, the little boy was shot in Birmingham's Ensley community and then, just hours later, a 28-year-old man was killed in the Marks Village public housing community in Gate... Read more
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The Riverhead News-Review
Former Mercy athlete in running for NCAA Woman of the Year Award13 sports and a host of undergraduate majors. The honorees have demonstrated ex
Former Mercy athlete in running for NCAA Woman of the Year Award
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted yesterday
13 sports and a host of undergraduate majors. The honorees have demonstrated excellence in academics, athletics, community service and leadership. Vann completed her four-year career in track at Buffalo State last month. She was a... Read more
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Oregon Daily Emerald
From medical condition to social justice movementfrom Iowa, the last thing she expected was that her day-to-day activities would
From medical condition to social justice movement
Oregon Daily Emerald / Posted yesterday
from Iowa, the last thing she expected was that her day-to-day activities would become more difficult. For many other students, traveling up and down hills isn’t much of a consideration. But for Vicencio, that’s a different story. Sophia... Read more
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ajc.com
Georgia’s Teacher of the Year: I stunk my first year in classroomGeorgia’s Teacher of the Year Casey M. Bethel was on track for medical school w
Georgia’s Teacher of the Year: I stunk my first year in classroom
ajc.com / Posted yesterday
Georgia’s Teacher of the Year Casey M. Bethel was on track for medical school when, as a graduate student studying genetics, he discovered he loved instructing undergraduates during labs. An AP Physics, AP Biology and Physical Science teacher from... Read more
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Aircraft Maintenance Technology
Iowa State spent $12,000 after President Leath's hard aircraft landinghis annual address Sept. 14. The reimbursement amount was based on a predeterm
Iowa State spent $12,000 after President Leath's hard aircraft landing
Aircraft Maintenance Technology / Posted yesterday
his annual address Sept. 14. The reimbursement amount was based on a predetermined cost formula developed by ISU Flight Service. ISU spokesman John McCarroll did not immediately provide the total cost of the four trips but said Leath reimbursed... Read more
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Al.com
What's Alabama's best middle school? Here's one suggestionand Civil Rights Data Collection, factoring in exam passage rate, school enviro
What's Alabama's best middle school? Here's one suggestion
Al.com / Posted yesterday
and Civil Rights Data Collection, factoring in exam passage rate, school environment – which includes things like student/teacher ratio - and number of disciplinary actions. The title of Alabama's best middle school went to Tuscaloosa... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
School Noteschance to do so, which makes me want to be sure to do my personal best.” Sophi
School Notes
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted yesterday
chance to do so, which makes me want to be sure to do my personal best.” Sophia plans to be active in all fundraising and service events held by student council while encouraging her class to participate. At student council meetings, Sophia will... Read more
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The Morning Call
Penn State's future hinges on games against Minnesota and Maryland, not Michiganin guiding their players' academic records, helping to keep them out of police
Penn State's future hinges on games against Minnesota and Maryland, not Michigan
The Morning Call / Posted yesterday
in guiding their players' academic records, helping to keep them out of police reports and pressing their pursuit of community service. Barbour added that Penn State's on-field performance also has been "pretty darn good" the past two... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Fayetteville depends on its residents to learn, adhere to city codeCity officials take a carrot-over-stick approach when complaints of home over-o
Fayetteville depends on its residents to learn, adhere to city code
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted yesterday
City officials take a carrot-over-stick approach when complaints of home over-occupancy spike in the fall after university students return to Fayetteville. The city emphasizes compliance over enforcement, said Yolanda Fields, community resources... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
News - The Times-Tribunechance to do so, which makes me want to be sure to do my personal best.” Sophi
News - The Times-Tribune
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted yesterday
chance to do so, which makes me want to be sure to do my personal best.” Sophia plans to be active in all fundraising and service events held by student council while encouraging her class to participate. At student council meetings, Sophia will... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Ironman proves it's never too late to get in shapetube of lipstick on it, too." There were plenty of loyal friends and family me
Ironman proves it's never too late to get in shape
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted yesterday
tube of lipstick on it, too." There were plenty of loyal friends and family members such as Caddy giving more than lip service to supporting their loved ones through perhaps the hottest late September day in memory. There was the father who... Read more
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The Current
Founders Dinner Marks 25th Year Honoring Achievements – The Currentof the campus. The purpose of the dinner is to honor exceptional faculty, alumn
Founders Dinner Marks 25th Year Honoring Achievements – The Current
The Current / Posted yesterday
of the campus. The purpose of the dinner is to honor exceptional faculty, alumni, staff, and contributors in the UMSL community. The dinner also acknowledges the anniversaries of 25-year faculty and staff members, the Chancellor’s Award for... Read more
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Daily Princetonian
U. rolls out new wireless and printing servicesThe University implemented student technology changes this fall, including a ne
U. rolls out new wireless and printing services
Daily Princetonian / Posted yesterday
The University implemented student technology changes this fall, including a new printing system with a Google Cloud Print platform and a shift towards broader use of the eduroam service. The new PawPrint system enables students, faculty, and staff... Read more
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Daily Journal
Local sports calendarClinics are available for both first-time players and players with some experie
Local sports calendar
Daily Journal / Posted yesterday
Clinics are available for both first-time players and players with some experience in the sport over the next two months. Students must be grades K-5. For first-time players, classes will be held on Thursdays through Oct. 27 from 6-7 p.m. For... Read more
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Oregon Daily Emerald
[Access denied]from Iowa, the last thing she expected was that her day-to-day activities would
[Access denied]
Oregon Daily Emerald / Posted yesterday
from Iowa, the last thing she expected was that her day-to-day activities would become more difficult. For many other students, traveling up and down hills isn’t much of a consideration. But for Vicencio, that’s a different story. Diagnosed... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Dr. Robert T. Singleton, University of Maryland pioneer cardiologist, diesblood flow to the patient's heart — illustrated Singleton's courage as a medica
Dr. Robert T. Singleton, University of Maryland pioneer cardiologist, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
blood flow to the patient's heart — illustrated Singleton's courage as a medical leader, said Dr. Gurbel, who was a medical student working with him on the case. "But he also had great caution when he was doing it," Dr. Gurbel said. "We didn't... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Allis Gilbert to lead McKee Medical Center Foundationis the philanthropic resource of McKee Medical Center that supports staffing, o
Allis Gilbert to lead McKee Medical Center Foundation
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted yesterday
is the philanthropic resource of McKee Medical Center that supports staffing, operations and patient care programs and services at the hospital. "I'm excited to be able to be part of the foundation, because it allows me to be in the health... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Monday, September 26, 2016@e__ashlee on Instagram. Baiting begins for lambing season REGIONAL: As the N
Monday, September 26, 2016
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted yesterday
@e__ashlee on Instagram. Baiting begins for lambing season REGIONAL: As the New England enters lambing season, local land services and graziers across the region are commencing a wild dog baiting program to control the threat on livestock and... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
On report card, Lenox schools get all high marks — except in communicationLENOX >> A community-wide report card on the performance of the town's pu
On report card, Lenox schools get all high marks — except in communication
Berkshire Eagle / Posted yesterday
LENOX >> A community-wide report card on the performance of the town's public schools includes strong grades on academic performance, faculty commitment and school culture, but communication from the leadership to the staff and parents was... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Order of Australia honourThe Walcha Community and others benefit from this young man's community spirit
Order of Australia honour
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
The Walcha Community and others benefit from this young man's community spirit The selfless efforts of Walcha youth Jacob Hunt were recognised last week when he was announced as one of only 23 recipients of the NSW Branch of the Order of Australia... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Monday, September 26, 2016@e__ashlee on Instagram. Baiting begins for lambing season REGIONAL: As the N
Monday, September 26, 2016
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
@e__ashlee on Instagram. Baiting begins for lambing season REGIONAL: As the New England enters lambing season, local land services and graziers across the region are commencing a wild dog baiting program to control the threat on livestock and... Read more
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KHQ Spokane
suspect liked military, 'Halo' on social mediastate mall shooting is a 16-year-old girl. Sarai Lara's mother said she had sur
suspect liked military, 'Halo' on social media
KHQ Spokane / Posted yesterday
state mall shooting is a 16-year-old girl. Sarai Lara's mother said she had survived cancer as a young girl and was a happy student. BURLINGTON, Wash. (AP) - The Seattle Times reports that one of the victims in the deadly Washington state mall... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
Authorities search for clues in Washington mall shootingfor clues in Washington mall shooting2016-09-25 22:17 Rachel Marsh and Selena
Authorities search for clues in Washington mall shooting
News 24 South Africa / Posted yesterday
for clues in Washington mall shooting2016-09-25 22:17 Rachel Marsh and Selena Orozco carry flowers as they attend a prayer service for the victims of the mall shooting. (Ted S Warren, AP) Oak Harbor - Investigators on Sunday tried to piece... Read more
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KHQ Spokane
People jump from window to escape early-morning house firestate mall shooting is a 16-year-old girl. Sarai Lara's mother said she had sur
People jump from window to escape early-morning house fire
KHQ Spokane / Posted yesterday
state mall shooting is a 16-year-old girl. Sarai Lara's mother said she had survived cancer as a young girl and was a happy student. BURLINGTON, Wash. (AP) - The Seattle Times reports that one of the victims in the deadly Washington state mall... Read more
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The Sault Star
Tenaris workers hit the booksBushnell, 47. “It's not a bad time to be in school right now.” Studying wasn't
Tenaris workers hit the books
The Sault Star / Posted yesterday
Bushnell, 47. “It's not a bad time to be in school right now.” Studying wasn't a major priority for Poitras when he was a student at Sir James Dunn Collegiate and Vocational School. He stopped his computer engineering studies at Sault College... Read more
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