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The Sacramento Bee
‘Yes’ on Proposition 55 tax, unenthusiasticallyFour years ago, Californians agreed to a temporary tax increase to restore fund
‘Yes’ on Proposition 55 tax, unenthusiastically
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 2 hours ago
Four years ago, Californians agreed to a temporary tax increase to restore funding for the state’s recession-wracked schools. Promoted by teachers unions, Proposition 30 was no one’s perfect solution. It was mostly an income tax hike on the rich, and... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Lewisboro
Rapid Response 'Fly Car' Donated To Lewisboro Volunteer Ambulance Corpsserve as a “fly car” for rapid response to emergencies. A fly car allows medic
Rapid Response 'Fly Car' Donated To Lewisboro Volunteer Ambulance Corps
The Daily Voice - Lewisboro / Posted 6 hours ago
serve as a “fly car” for rapid response to emergencies. A fly car allows medics to respond swiftly and to triage patients prior to the ambulance, which would then transport patients if necessary. The fly car was donated by longtime Lewisboro... Read more
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The Daily Voice - North Salem
Rapid Response 'Fly Car' Donated To Lewisboro Volunteer Ambulance Corpsserve as a “fly car” for rapid response to emergencies. A fly car allows medic
Rapid Response 'Fly Car' Donated To Lewisboro Volunteer Ambulance Corps
The Daily Voice - North Salem / Posted 7 hours ago
serve as a “fly car” for rapid response to emergencies. A fly car allows medics to respond swiftly and to triage patients prior to the ambulance, which would then transport patients if necessary. The fly car was donated by longtime Lewisboro... Read more
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Daily Journal
NJ justice has made a career of dissentwere inferior, and that gays should be shunned from society,” Albin said at the
NJ justice has made a career of dissent
Daily Journal / Posted 7 hours ago
were inferior, and that gays should be shunned from society,” Albin said at the 2015 commencement ceremony for Rutgers School of Law in Newark. “Those beliefs were dominant in their time until courageous people … challenged long-held societal... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Pound Ridge
Rapid Response 'Fly Car' Donated To Lewisboro Volunteer Ambulance Corpsserve as a “fly car” for rapid response to emergencies. A fly car allows medic
Rapid Response 'Fly Car' Donated To Lewisboro Volunteer Ambulance Corps
The Daily Voice - Pound Ridge / Posted 7 hours ago
serve as a “fly car” for rapid response to emergencies. A fly car allows medics to respond swiftly and to triage patients prior to the ambulance, which would then transport patients if necessary. The fly car was donated by longtime Lewisboro... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Loveland City Council won't stand for taking stancescommunity," Johnson said. Additionally, Johnson said in an interview, passing
Loveland City Council won't stand for taking stances
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 8 hours ago
community," Johnson said. Additionally, Johnson said in an interview, passing the motion that late in the meeting, without prior public notice or a chance for public comment, troubles her. Mental and Behavioral Health Ballot Issue For County... Read more
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Brainerd Dispatch
2016 Voter's Guide: Pillager School BoardPublic office experience: None. What do you want to accomplish if elected? "I
2016 Voter's Guide: Pillager School Board
Brainerd Dispatch / Posted 14 hours ago
Public office experience: None. What do you want to accomplish if elected? "I want to accomplish making the school district viable. First, I want to make the school district viable financially. Secondly, I want to make the district viable... Read more
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Daily Record
Chenoweth back to open new MPAC seasonfor the second straight year. "I am not Kristin Chenoweth as you can see," jok
Chenoweth back to open new MPAC season
Daily Record / Posted 14 hours ago
for the second straight year. "I am not Kristin Chenoweth as you can see," joked Joseph Goryeb, chairman of the MPAC Board of Trustees, welcoming a near-capacity audience to the theater's 22nd season. "I know I stand between you and a good... Read more
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Knoxville News Sentinel
Vines: Voter registration in Knox enters final stretchresidents. The ballot, early voting sites and other election matters were appro
Vines: Voter registration in Knox enters final stretch
Knoxville News Sentinel / Posted 17 hours ago
residents. The ballot, early voting sites and other election matters were approved Friday by the Election Commission board and are on its website, http://www.knoxcounty.org/election/index.php. Tuesday is National Voter Registration Day, with... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Pardoned felon starts law firm to improve futures of ex-consdaily effort to sell enough narcotics to feed his own addiction. "It's a const
Pardoned felon starts law firm to improve futures of ex-cons
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 20 hours ago
daily effort to sell enough narcotics to feed his own addiction. "It's a constant hustle. It's being consumed by a quest. Prior to getting arrested, my focus was on getting high. But then I got arrested and thought that my life was over," Mullen... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Pardoned felon starts law firm to improve futures of ex-consdaily effort to sell enough narcotics to feed his own addiction. "It's a const
Pardoned felon starts law firm to improve futures of ex-cons
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 20 hours ago
daily effort to sell enough narcotics to feed his own addiction. "It's a constant hustle. It's being consumed by a quest. Prior to getting arrested, my focus was on getting high. But then I got arrested and thought that my life was over," Mullen... Read more
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The Williamsport Sun-Gazette
Pardoned felon starts law firm to improve futures of ex-consPITTSBURGH (AP) — On Sept. 21, 1994, Duquesne University junior Casey Mullen sc
Pardoned felon starts law firm to improve futures of ex-cons
The Williamsport Sun-Gazette / Posted 21 hours ago
PITTSBURGH (AP) — On Sept. 21, 1994, Duquesne University junior Casey Mullen scaled the stairs to the school's law school library. The 19-year-old Lawrenceville man's backpack held nine 1-ounce plastic bags filled with powdered cocaine — a delivery... Read more
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Salem News
ON THE CALENDAR THIS WEEKALLIANCE Columbiana County Pomona Grange's family-style swiss steak supper, 4-
ON THE CALENDAR THIS WEEK
Salem News / Posted 22 hours ago
ALLIANCE Columbiana County Pomona Grange's family-style swiss steak supper, 4-7 p.m., Mile Branch Grange on Knox School Road; $10 for adults, $5 for ages 6-10; carryouts and country store available. Bingo, 6:25 p.m., Disabled American Veterans #50,... Read more
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Warren Times Observer
Sheffield LifeSheffield, that collect food for the month of October are asked to deliver thei
Sheffield Life
Warren Times Observer / Posted 22 hours ago
Sheffield, that collect food for the month of October are asked to deliver their collection to Allegheny Valley Elementary School (AVES) on Friday, Oct. 28. The BackPack Program distributes packages filled with food to kids each Friday before they... Read more
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Altoona Mirror
‘Star’-filled nights: Special ASO concerts to feature music of John WilliamsTheatre in downtown Altoona. Tickets range from $10 to $32, plus fees. Nichola
‘Star’-filled nights: Special ASO concerts to feature music of John Williams
Altoona Mirror / Posted 22 hours ago
Theatre in downtown Altoona. Tickets range from $10 to $32, plus fees. Nicholas Palmer "As music director for 11 years prior to (current Maestra) Teresa (Cheung), it was definitely one of the highlights of my career," Palmer said. "It is a... Read more
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Marshalltown Times-Republican
State education board member discusses 2017 goalsIowa State Board of Education member Mary Ellen Miller visited with the Pachyde
State education board member discusses 2017 goals
Marshalltown Times-Republican / Posted 22 hours ago
Iowa State Board of Education member Mary Ellen Miller visited with the Pachyderm Herd at Cecil's Cafe Friday afternoon to discuss the board's legislative priorities for 2017. "There are several things I want to talk to you about," Miller said. She... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
Special ed program shows gainsNEW FAIRFIELD — More than a year after parents started publicly criticizing the
Special ed program shows gains
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 22 hours ago
NEW FAIRFIELD — More than a year after parents started publicly criticizing the school district’s special education department — calling it “broken and callous” — some are cautiously hopeful that a corner has been turned. Parents had complained that... Read more
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The News-Times
Special ed program shows gainsNEW FAIRFIELD — More than a year after parents started publicly criticizing the
Special ed program shows gains
The News-Times / Posted 23 hours ago
NEW FAIRFIELD — More than a year after parents started publicly criticizing the school district’s special education department — calling it “broken and callous” — some are cautiously hopeful that a corner has been turned. Parents had complained that... Read more
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Daily Record
Morristown High School to show off new wingMORRISTOWN: The Board of Education has invited members of the Morristown, Morri
Morristown High School to show off new wing
Daily Record / Posted 23 hours ago
MORRISTOWN: The Board of Education has invited members of the Morristown, Morris Township and Morris Plains governing bodies to tour the new wing at Morristown High School immediately prior to the Board meeting on Monday night. The 24,000 square... Read more
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The Lewistown Sentinel
Pardoned felon starts law firm to improve futures of ex-consPITTSBURGH (AP) — On Sept. 21, 1994, Duquesne University junior Casey Mullen sc
Pardoned felon starts law firm to improve futures of ex-cons
The Lewistown Sentinel / Posted 23 hours ago
PITTSBURGH (AP) — On Sept. 21, 1994, Duquesne University junior Casey Mullen scaled the stairs to the school's law school library. The 19-year-old Lawrenceville man's backpack held nine 1-ounce plastic bags filled with powdered cocaine — a delivery... Read more
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Rutland Herald
Thomas J. LaPlaca, M.D.March 21, 1948, he was the son of Thomas J. LaPlaca Sr. and Nicolena Francesca
Thomas J. LaPlaca, M.D.
Rutland Herald / Posted 23 hours ago
March 21, 1948, he was the son of Thomas J. LaPlaca Sr. and Nicolena Francesca Foti LaPlaca. He graduated from Saint Peter School and Mount Saint Joseph Academy in Rutland. He subsequently graduated from the University of Vermont with a Bachelor of... Read more
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The New Canaan News
Community Buzz: Kiwanis, adoptable pets and moreby Deane, and more. STAR also provides Sports Buddies, a weekly Saturday recrea
Community Buzz: Kiwanis, adoptable pets and more
The New Canaan News / Posted yesterday
by Deane, and more. STAR also provides Sports Buddies, a weekly Saturday recreation program held at New Canaan High School for youngsters with special needs who are matched with student and adult volunteers to “buddy up” to develop skills,... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Strategic plan ‘outrageously important’ for Middletown...Committee of the Chamber of Commerce Serving Middletown, Monroe & Trenton, whic
Strategic plan ‘outrageously important’ for Middletown...
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted yesterday
Committee of the Chamber of Commerce Serving Middletown, Monroe & Trenton, which with the help of its members and the Board of Directors introduced members and stakeholders earlier this year to four focus areas: Advocacy/Government Relations,... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
School Board argues, delays hiring mediator at special meetingThe Duval School Board on Friday held an intense, three-hour meeting in an effo
School Board argues, delays hiring mediator at special meeting
The Florida Times-Union / Posted yesterday
The Duval School Board on Friday held an intense, three-hour meeting in an effort to set a direction for board members to work together and possibly hire a mediator. The board didn’t agree on when to hire a mediator, but they committed to discussing... Read more
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WTAE-TV Pittsburgh
Parents alerted to inappropriate behavior by a Keystone Oaks HS teacher and studentThe Keystone Oaks School District has informed parents on Friday that it has be
Parents alerted to inappropriate behavior by a Keystone Oaks HS teacher and student
WTAE-TV Pittsburgh / Posted yesterday
The Keystone Oaks School District has informed parents on Friday that it has become aware of allegations of inappropriate behavior between a teacher employed at Keystone Oaks High School and high school students. The district stated that they cannot... Read more
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Business Wire
Fitch Rates Texas Transportation $600MM Highway GO Bonds 'AAA'; Outlook Stableresilience is strong, with exceptional gap-closing capacity stemming from a wil
Fitch Rates Texas Transportation $600MM Highway GO Bonds 'AAA'; Outlook Stable
Business Wire / Posted yesterday
resilience is strong, with exceptional gap-closing capacity stemming from a willingness to cut even high priority spending and a very well-funded budgetary reserve which receives constitutionally dedicated oil and gas tax... Read more
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The Birmingham Times
Birmingham BOE fires Superintendent Castlin-GacutanBy Barnett Wright The Birmingham Times Castlin-Gastlin during a special calle
Birmingham BOE fires Superintendent Castlin-Gacutan
The Birmingham Times / Posted yesterday
By Barnett Wright The Birmingham Times Castlin-Gastlin during a special called board meeting held at Parker High Tuesday July 26, 2016 in Birmingham, Alabama (Frank Couch, The Birmingham Times) The Birmingham Board of Education Thursday night... Read more
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WBNG Binghamton
Center on BOCES campus renamed to honor district superintendent(WBNG) -- Broome-Delaware-Tioga BOCES Board of Education has unanimously adopte
Center on BOCES campus renamed to honor district superintendent
WBNG Binghamton / Posted yesterday
(WBNG) -- Broome-Delaware-Tioga BOCES Board of Education has unanimously adopted a resolution recognizing Superintendent Allen D. Buyck for his leadership, commitment and tireless advocacy on behalf of students, staff and community... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Brownback administration exempting Cabinet budget plans from KORAEagle in 2015, showed Brownback wanted to raise the sales tax on cigarettes, di
Brownback administration exempting Cabinet budget plans from KORA
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted yesterday
Eagle in 2015, showed Brownback wanted to raise the sales tax on cigarettes, divert highway funding and alter the state's school funding formula. In the current budget cycle, state agencies have been urged to study the possibility of offering the... Read more
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Belleville Intelligencer
Increased enrollment requires student shufflingSeveral local schools are bursting at the seams as student enrolment outpaces p
Increased enrollment requires student shuffling
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted yesterday
Several local schools are bursting at the seams as student enrolment outpaces projections. Parents at both Harmony Public School and Park Dale School have received notices that, due to a larger than expected increase in enrolment, some internal... Read more
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Boston Globe
The strange tale of Abraham Wallach, a high-level former Trump executive with a penchant for theftof his criminal past at the time of his hiring. Trump confirmed through his spo
The strange tale of Abraham Wallach, a high-level former Trump executive with a penchant for theft
Boston Globe / Posted yesterday
of his criminal past at the time of his hiring. Trump confirmed through his spokeswoman that he “was not aware’’ of the prior convictions. “[Trump] knew nothing about Mr. Wallach’s past and it wasn’t revealed,’’ Hicks said. But a minimum amount... Read more
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Spruce Grove Examiner
Inquiry being launched into local school boardDavid Eggen made the announcement on Sept. 19 after calling on the society, whi
Inquiry being launched into local school board
Spruce Grove Examiner / Posted yesterday
David Eggen made the announcement on Sept. 19 after calling on the society, which operates two Christian schools in Parkland County, to provide written assurance it would adhere to the requirement that students be permitted to... Read more
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Breitbart
National Academies Hides $500 Billion 'Immigration Tax' In 495-Page Reportsummary, it shows that the latest wave of legal and illegal immigrants aren’t i
National Academies Hides $500 Billion 'Immigration Tax' In 495-Page Report
Breitbart / Posted yesterday
summary, it shows that the latest wave of legal and illegal immigrants aren’t integrating to the U.S. economy as fast as prior generations, and sit hows that only university-trained foreign migrants can pay their way in the United States by... Read more
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The News & Observer
U.S. Rep. Butterfield: Father of Durham teen facing deportation was murderedA Durham high school student seeking asylum in the United States fled her nativ
U.S. Rep. Butterfield: Father of Durham teen facing deportation was murdered
The News & Observer / Posted yesterday
A Durham high school student seeking asylum in the United States fled her native El Salvador after her father, a political leader, was murdered and she received death threats from those who had killed him, says a congressman trying to stop her... Read more
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Lockhart Post-Register
LISD promotes within to District-Level leadershipleaders have been promoted to take on leadership roles at the District level.
LISD promotes within to District-Level leadership
Lockhart Post-Register / Posted yesterday
leaders have been promoted to take on leadership roles at the District level. Faith Pope, current Plum Creek Elementary School Principal, will take on the position of Director of Elementary Curriculum and Instruction. A resident of Lockhart for... Read more
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Reuters
College Board chief promises changes to SAT test amid controversiesof tests, a longtime practice that has made the exam vulnerable to cheating. D
College Board chief promises changes to SAT test amid controversies
Reuters / Posted yesterday
of tests, a longtime practice that has made the exam vulnerable to cheating. David Coleman, chief executive of the College Board, said the New York not-for-profit organization wants to simplify the word problems on the new SAT’s math sections to... Read more
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FOX 41 Louisville
JCPS quietly shifts course on 'Districts of Innovation' planLOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – Jefferson County Public Schools has changed course on
JCPS quietly shifts course on 'Districts of Innovation' plan
FOX 41 Louisville / Posted yesterday
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – Jefferson County Public Schools has changed course on a plan that has allowed two of its lowest performing elementary schools to experiment with new ways of teaching and learning. Atkinson and Maupin elementary schools are... Read more
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Daily Mail
Samsung is halfway there to ridding the US of exploding Galaxy Note 7sand safe Note 7. Although the firm was praised for its quick thinking, it was
Samsung is halfway there to ridding the US of exploding Galaxy Note 7s
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
and safe Note 7. Although the firm was praised for its quick thinking, it was also criticized for announcing these plans prior to establishing a strategy on how to gather millions of phones in 10 countries and get each person a replacement. This... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Nutley superintendent settles in, addresses challengesIn two months, Nutley Schools Superintendent Julie Glazer has addressed the ove
Nutley superintendent settles in, addresses challenges
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted yesterday
In two months, Nutley Schools Superintendent Julie Glazer has addressed the overcrowding issue and put in place a communications director; however, there is much work ahead. "It has been a wonderful eight weeks," Glazer stated in an email to the... Read more
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The Herald News
A split decision: With comment period closing what comes next for South Coast Railraised consideration of rail service through the existing Middleboro/Lakeville
A split decision: With comment period closing what comes next for South Coast Rail
The Herald News / Posted yesterday
raised consideration of rail service through the existing Middleboro/Lakeville line to their Fiscal Management and Control Board three months ago based on dramatically changed cost and construction time estimates through Stoughton, they said. The... Read more
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Daily Pennsylvanian
Democratic attorney general candidate discusses education and sexual assault preventioncurrently serves as Chairman of the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinq
Democratic attorney general candidate discusses education and sexual assault prevention
Daily Pennsylvanian / Posted yesterday
currently serves as Chairman of the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency and Chairman of the Montgomery County Board of Commissioners. Prior to holding these positions, he served for seven years as a state representative. This week,... Read more
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The Coldwater Daily Reporter
Student suspended for bringing knife to school COLDWATER — Parents commenting on social media are calling into question a Co
Student suspended for bringing knife to school
The Coldwater Daily Reporter / Posted yesterday
COLDWATER — Parents commenting on social media are calling into question a Coldwater mother's claim — and television interview — that her son was wrongfully suspended from Legg Middle School for having... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Justice Barry Albin has made a career of dissentwere inferior, and that gays should be shunned from society,” Albin said at the
Justice Barry Albin has made a career of dissent
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted yesterday
were inferior, and that gays should be shunned from society,” Albin said at the 2015 commencement ceremony for Rutgers School of Law in Newark. “Those beliefs were dominant in their time until courageous people … challenged long-held societal... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
TGIF: Your guide to area entertainment and eventspresents Songs of Democracy, Nov. 6, 4 p.m. The Choral Society offers patriotic
TGIF: Your guide to area entertainment and events
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted yesterday
presents Songs of Democracy, Nov. 6, 4 p.m. The Choral Society offers patriotic his from American composers. Dallas High School & Performing Arts Center. Free. Keith Alberstadt, Nov. 12, 7 p.m. The Theater at North, Scranton. $20. 570-800-5020... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
Backyard BriefsWin Banner Presentation Buckeye Trail will honor its current team and volleyba
Backyard Briefs
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted yesterday
Win Banner Presentation Buckeye Trail will honor its current team and volleyball alumni with a banner commemorating the school's 800th victory achieved earlier this season between the junior varsity and varsity match on Monday, Sept. 26 against... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
City recommends taking away pension of red light bribery takerSpin, our weekday feature to catch you up with what's going on in government an
City recommends taking away pension of red light bribery taker
Chicago Tribune / Posted yesterday
Spin, our weekday feature to catch you up with what's going on in government and politics from Chicago to Springfield. The board on Thursday voted 5-0 to suspend payments effective Sept 1. for John Bills, who rose to the number two position in the... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Your guide to area meetings and eventsClarks Summit, donation for Gathering Place, registration not required. First P
Your guide to area meetings and events
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted yesterday
Clarks Summit, donation for Gathering Place, registration not required. First Presbyterian Church of Clarks Summit, 300 School St., visit Gathering PlaceCS.org for this semester’s complete list. 570-563-2402. Steamtown Health Fair:Saturday,... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Yes, Kathy Miller, racism did existRev. Lonnie K.A. Simon – Kenneth’s father – was a well-known civil-rights activ
Yes, Kathy Miller, racism did exist
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted yesterday
Rev. Lonnie K.A. Simon – Kenneth’s father – was a well-known civil-rights activist as well as a member of the city schools’ board of education, and was facing backlash at the time after being arrested at a football game at South High... Read more
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The Amboy News
Amboy News School board approves budgetAMBOY � Amboy School District 272 Board of Education approved the district�s fi
Amboy News School board approves budget
The Amboy News / Posted yesterday
AMBOY � Amboy School District 272 Board of Education approved the district�s fiscal year 2017 budget during its Sept. 15 meeting. As predicted, this year�s budget has a deficit of about $370,000 in the Education Fund. While not optimal, the projected... Read more
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Salem News
ACROSS OUR COMMUNITIESSALEM - Loyal Christian Benefit Association will host its annual "Pound Party"
ACROSS OUR COMMUNITIES
Salem News / Posted yesterday
SALEM - Loyal Christian Benefit Association will host its annual "Pound Party" at 7 p.m. Oct. 6 in St. Paul School gym. Anyone interested in attending is welcome to attend and asked to bring an item, or two or three, that weighs approximately one... Read more
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