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Williams Lake Tribune
Goodbye osprey; here come the swansThe first day of autumn at Scout Island Nature Centre is the day we say goodbye
Goodbye osprey; here come the swans
Williams Lake Tribune / Posted 17 hours ago
The first day of autumn at Scout Island Nature Centre is the day we say goodbye to our summer staff. This year we’ve been lucky enough to have Patrick Newsome back for his third year, and he’s been a great resource for Sienna Hoffos and Geneva... Read more
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NewsWatch 12 Medford - Klamath Falls
Rogue Valley Youth Programs Face New Facility FeesMEDFORD, Ore. -- Youth-centric organizations like the Rogue Valley YMCA are scr
Rogue Valley Youth Programs Face New Facility Fees
NewsWatch 12 Medford - Klamath Falls / Posted 5 days ago
MEDFORD, Ore. -- Youth-centric organizations like the Rogue Valley YMCA are scrambling to come up with money for a new facility fee from the Medford School District (MSD). Time is running out before the Sept. 1 deadline. On that date, new rates will... Read more
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Williams Lake Tribune
Good-bye ospreys ... here come the swansThe first day of autumn at Scout Island Nature Centre is the day we say good-by
Good-bye ospreys ... here come the swans
Williams Lake Tribune / Posted 6 days ago
The first day of autumn at Scout Island Nature Centre is the day we say good-bye to our summer staff. This year we’ve been lucky enough to have Patrick Newsome back for his third year, and he’s been a great resource for Sienna Hoffos and Geneva... Read more
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KPLR 11 St. Louis
Transgendered student uses girls’ locker room, causes controversyHILLSBORO, MO (KPLR) – Should transgender students be allowed to use the gender
Transgendered student uses girls’ locker room, causes controversy
KPLR 11 St. Louis / Posted 7 days ago
HILLSBORO, MO (KPLR) – Should transgender students be allowed to use the gender-specific locker rooms and restrooms of their choice? The controversy comes after a transgender student, who identifies as female, began using female facilities at... Read more
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FOX 2 News St. Louis
Transgendered student uses girls' locker room, causes controversyHILLSBORO, MO (KTVI) – Should transgender students be allowed to use the gender
Transgendered student uses girls' locker room, causes controversy
FOX 2 News St. Louis / Posted 7 days ago
HILLSBORO, MO (KTVI) – Should transgender students be allowed to use the gender-specific locker rooms and restrooms of their choice? The controversy comes after a transgender student, who identifies as female, began using female facilities at... Read more
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Rutland Herald
WCSU’s five towns to study merger MONTPELIER � The Washington Central Supervisory Union will study the implicat
WCSU’s five towns to study merger
Rutland Herald / Posted 8 days ago
MONTPELIER � The Washington Central Supervisory Union will study the implications of merging into a single school district. During a meeting Wednesday night of the six boards that compose the supervisory union,... Read more
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Darien News-Review
Shuffle project overruns top out at $1.05 millionThe costs of the project climbed after problems emerged with Dappreio Construct
Shuffle project overruns top out at $1.05 million
Darien News-Review / Posted 8 days ago
The costs of the project climbed after problems emerged with Dappreio Construction, the contractor hired to revamp the building at 35 Leroy Ave. and the Mather Center — which went out of business in the spring of 2013 with the project half... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Butler's new superintendent looks forward to start of school yearThe first day in a new school district might be cause for some trepidation. But
Butler's new superintendent looks forward to start of school year
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 11 days ago
The first day in a new school district might be cause for some trepidation. But Alex Anemone is looking forward to it. Anemone is the new superintendent of the Butler school system. He started on July 1, one of the doggiest days of summer, when the... Read more
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The Record-Journal
Meriden assistant school superintendent leaving districtMERIDEN — Assistant School Superintendent Thomas Giard III will be leaving the
Meriden assistant school superintendent leaving district
The Record-Journal / Posted 15 days ago
MERIDEN — Assistant School Superintendent Thomas Giard III will be leaving the school district after Labor Day to take on a position as the superintendent of the Waterford Public Schools. “Definitely a long-term goal of mine was to be a... Read more
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WPDE Myrtle Beach - Florence
Dillon County School District Four makes progress with tax dollarsStudents at Dillon High School say change has been a long time coming, and this
Dillon County School District Four makes progress with tax dollars
WPDE Myrtle Beach - Florence / Posted 17 days ago
Students at Dillon High School say change has been a long time coming, and this year, they're seeing some progress. "Its about time for an improvement and change in Dillon because there's not much in Dillon," student Kimberly Moesly said. In 2007,... Read more
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Ionia Sentinel-Standard
Shots now required, or talk to a nursePage 2 of 2 - She said the conversations generally last 15 to 20 minutes, longe
Shots now required, or talk to a nurse
Ionia Sentinel-Standard / Posted 21 days ago
Page 2 of 2 - She said the conversations generally last 15 to 20 minutes, longer if the parent wants it to be. She said no one has completely changed their mind after the talk as of Thursday, but one parent decided to get one vaccination after... Read more
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19 Action News Cleveland
Grand opening of new Avon Middle SchoolMiddle school students in Avon will head back to class this fall in a new schoo
Grand opening of new Avon Middle School
19 Action News Cleveland / Posted 22 days ago
Middle school students in Avon will head back to class this fall in a new school. District officials held a ribbon cutting Wednesday marking the official grand opening of the new Avon Middle School on Long Road. The 162,000 square foot school will... Read more
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Arkansas Times
Weiner's gimmick to counteract school consolidationIt's a gimmick. It's an end-run around the 350-student enrollment cap. Weiner h
Weiner's gimmick to counteract school consolidation
Arkansas Times / Posted 25 days ago
It's a gimmick. It's an end-run around the 350-student enrollment cap. Weiner has never given up fighting its consolidation on account of small size with Harrisburg. They say the school will teach crop production, beef and equine science, welding,... Read more
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The Michigan Daily
Money mismanagedAs a result of state control of DPS as well as Public Act 362 of 1993, which es
Money mismanaged
The Michigan Daily / Posted 29 days ago
As a result of state control of DPS as well as Public Act 362 of 1993, which established charter schools in Detroit, DPS has become progressively worse from both fiscal and enrollment standpoints. According to the Title VI complaint, in 1999, when... Read more
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The Daily Mining Gazette
Not vaccinating presents public health riskWe certainly respect individuals' right to decide vaccinations for their childr
Not vaccinating presents public health risk
The Daily Mining Gazette / Posted 1 months ago
We certainly respect individuals' right to decide vaccinations for their children. Still, for the sake of stopping the spread of communicable diseases, we encourage immunizations. From Jan. 1 to July 24, 2015, 183 people from 24 states and the... Read more
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WREG-TV Memphis
West Memphis School District answers questions about consolidation with HughesWEST MEMPHIS, Ark. — Many Hughes parents said they had a lot of unanswered ques
West Memphis School District answers questions about consolidation with Hughes
WREG-TV Memphis / Posted 1 months ago
WEST MEMPHIS, Ark. — Many Hughes parents said they had a lot of unanswered questions just a couple of weeks before school starts. The Arkansas Board of Education forced the Hughes School District to consolidate with West Memphis, against the wishes... Read more
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The Iron Mountain Daily News
Keep children vaccines currentWe certainly respect individuals' right to decide vaccinations for their childr
Keep children vaccines current
The Iron Mountain Daily News / Posted 1 months ago
We certainly respect individuals' right to decide vaccinations for their children. Still, for the sake of stopping the spread of communicable diseases, we encourage immunizations. From Jan. 1 to July 24, 2015, 183 people from 24 states and the... Read more
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