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The Herald News
Vet your charities before you donateThis time of year we all receive those same email, telephone or direct mail sol
The Herald News / Posted 13 minutes ago
This time of year we all receive those same email, telephone or direct mail solicitations from a charitable organization asking for a donation to support a needy group. It isn’t easy to say no as the solicitors are well trained at pulling your heart... Read more
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The Natchez Democrat
Public forum on trash collection to be TuesdayNATCHEZ — City Planner Riccardo Giani said all sorts of “avenues” exist for the
The Natchez Democrat / Posted 14 minutes ago
NATCHEZ — City Planner Riccardo Giani said all sorts of “avenues” exist for the city’s future waste collection and residents can help determine which path the city takes. Giani will lead a public forum at 5 p.m. Tuesday in the City Council Chambers... Read more
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tribalfootball.com
Man Utd chasing RB Salzburg whizkid Ulrick Ellaare lining up a move for RB Salzburg kid Ulrick Ella. The 16-year-old striker,
tribalfootball.com / Posted 15 minutes ago
are lining up a move for RB Salzburg kid Ulrick Ella. The 16-year-old striker, born in France of Gabonese descent, is hot property in Austria and United are considering adding him to their academy. Any prospect of a move to United is likely to be... Read more
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The Columbian
High school scoreboard, Dec. 17TIMBERLINE 77, UNION 50 TIMBERLINE (6-1) — Casson Rouse 4, Hunter Campau 7, El
The Columbian / Posted 26 minutes ago
TIMBERLINE 77, UNION 50 TIMBERLINE (6-1) — Casson Rouse 4, Hunter Campau 7, Eli Morton 22, Kayden Lacy 3, Erik Stevenson 33, Cole Hicks 2, Trevor Joubert 4, Connor Warick 2. Totals 16 (12) 9-10 77. UNION (6-2) — Coby Weatherspoon 0, Houston Combs... Read more
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Futn Soccer
Everton reportedly eyeing swoop for Leeds striking sensation ahead of JanuarySuch a track record will tempt the highly-rated Wilks into agreeing to a move,
Futn Soccer / Posted 26 minutes ago
Such a track record will tempt the highly-rated Wilks into agreeing to a move, and although he’s still most likely to link up with the youth team, a bright future awaits him at Goodison Park if he lives up to the hype going forward.... Read more
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Boston Globe
Framingham gets ready to become a city Jan. 1Framingham’s new mayor and City Council are gearing up to hit the ground runnin
Boston Globe / Posted 33 minutes ago
Framingham’s new mayor and City Council are gearing up to hit the ground running after the city’s first inauguration in the new year. Mayor-elect Yvonne Spicer, along with the City Council and a new School Committee, will be sworn in on Jan. 1 when... Read more
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Hunts Post
Santa delivers a Christmas boost for young carers A cheque for �300 was handed over to Alice Boon of Cambridgeshire Young Carer
Hunts Post / Posted 36 minutes ago
A cheque for �300 was handed over to Alice Boon of Cambridgeshire Young Carers. Picture: ARCHANT Young carers in Cambridgeshire were given a festive boost by the Rotary Club of Huntingdon... Read more
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The Bismarck Tribune
On Campus - Dec. 17, 2017Bismarck — Kaylee Emineth, bachelor of science, summa cum laude; Kendra Hellebu
The Bismarck Tribune / Posted 39 minutes ago
Bismarck — Kaylee Emineth, bachelor of science, summa cum laude; Kendra Hellebust, bachelor of science; Hayley Hilfer, bachelor of science, summa cum laude; Markelle Duttenhefner Ziegler, bachelor of science; Rachael Franus, bachelor of science,... Read more
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The Bismarck Tribune
Report Card - Dec. 17, 2017Students at Wakpala (S.D.) Public School are among the nation’s 255 state final
The Bismarck Tribune / Posted 39 minutes ago
Students at Wakpala (S.D.) Public School are among the nation’s 255 state finalists in the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest, a program that encourages students to solve real-world issues in their community using classroom skills in science,... Read more
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Northwest Herald
McHenry County College encourages winter graduates in their next stepsCRYSTAL LAKE – Against a purple backdrop on the stage of McHenry County College
Northwest Herald / Posted 44 minutes ago
CRYSTAL LAKE – Against a purple backdrop on the stage of McHenry County College’s gym Saturday morning, nearly 150 of the 453 graduates, across 22 departments, sat in rows of seats on the gym floor, tassels swinging, feet tapping, in anticipation of... Read more
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MPNnow.com
College notesSend your college student’s dean’s list announcements and other achievements to
MPNnow.com / Posted 46 minutes ago
Send your college student’s dean’s list announcements and other achievements to yournews@messengerpostmedia.com. Scholarships Christopher Wollschleger, of Bloomfield, recently received a $75,680 “Excellence in Education” Scholarship to attend... Read more
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News Channel 12 New Bern
NBA Stars Dikembe Mutombo and Steve Smith Come to Morehead City1215 MOREHEAD CITY BASKETBALL CAMP MOREHEAD CITY, Carteret County - It's not e
News Channel 12 New Bern / Posted 46 minutes ago
1215 MOREHEAD CITY BASKETBALL CAMP MOREHEAD CITY, Carteret County - It's not every day that kids get to learn from superstar athletes, but kids in Morehead City got that opportunity on Saturday. The Boys and Girls Club of Morehead City welcomed NBA... Read more
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MPNnow.com
Notable namesPal-Mac student-athletes earn top honors Student-athletes at Palmyra-Macedon H
MPNnow.com / Posted 46 minutes ago
Pal-Mac student-athletes earn top honors Student-athletes at Palmyra-Macedon High School recently earned top honors in fall competition. Rachel Mayou earned first place in the 200 yard swim and 500 yard swim. Lauren Miller earned second place in... Read more
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Eureka Times-Standard
Lochtie receives Nonprofit Leader Achievement AwardByrd Lochtie, right, receives the 2017 Nonprofit Leader Achievement Award from
Eureka Times-Standard / Posted 50 minutes ago
Byrd Lochtie, right, receives the 2017 Nonprofit Leader Achievement Award from Northern California Association of Nonprofits Steering Committee Member Yvonne Doble at the 2017 “Confluence” event. Shaun Walker — The Times-Standard Byrd Lochtie has... Read more
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Eureka Times-Standard
Striving for ‘Imprefection’: Why?This is the end of 2017. I graduated from UCLA in 1977. Do the math: four decad
Eureka Times-Standard / Posted 50 minutes ago
This is the end of 2017. I graduated from UCLA in 1977. Do the math: four decades. It’s hard to believe it’s been that long. What’s more unnerving is I still have nightmares finding me in Franz Hall, facing a final exam on a topic about which I’m... Read more
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Royal Oak Daily Tribune
Dec. 17SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21): Listen to your emotions and follow through with
Royal Oak Daily Tribune / Posted 58 minutes ago
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21): Listen to your emotions and follow through with your plans. Make love and romance priorities, and share your feelings and intentions with someone special. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Let others do whatever they want.... Read more
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Crain's Detroit Business
Letter: Associate's degree a road to successTo the Editor: Reading the interview with Macomb Community College President J
Crain's Detroit Business / Posted an hour ago
To the Editor: Reading the interview with Macomb Community College President Jim Sawyer (Dec. 4), I wanted to share my success story with MCC. While college wasn't ever a desire for my oldest son, and my daughter marched to her bachelor's degree in... Read more
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Sun Star
Duterte eyes CNN hero as new urban poor commission headPRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte is considering CNN hero Efren Peñaflorida Jr. as the
Sun Star / Posted an hour ago
PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte is considering CNN hero Efren Peñaflorida Jr. as the next chairman of the Presidential Commission for the Urban Poor (PCUP), presidential spokesperson Harry Roque said Saturday. "PRRD has expressed his desire to appoint... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
Similarity in diversityJefferson City Public Schools is not the first Mid-Missouri school district to
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted an hour ago
Jefferson City Public Schools is not the first Mid-Missouri school district to work on addressing issues of diversity and inclusion. The Jefferson City school district has been working with the community over the past several months to chart a... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Longtime Conway art teacher receives state awardBecky Thornton had to argue with the staff at State College of Arkansas to let
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted an hour ago
Becky Thornton had to argue with the staff at State College of Arkansas to let her be an art-education major. Because she hadn’t even taken an art class at St. Joseph High School in Conway, it was decreed that her major should be... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
ASU-Beebe provost gets Searcy Leadership Institute awardWhen Searcy Leadership Institute members were asked to nominate a classmate who
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted an hour ago
When Searcy Leadership Institute members were asked to nominate a classmate who most fulfilled the group’s mission by becoming involved in the Searcy Regional Chamber of Commerce and the community, the No. 1 name listed was Kerry Mix. The... Read more
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The Trinidad Guardian
Walcott spreads Christmas cheer with St Dominic’s Children’s HomeDouble Olympic medallist, Keshorn Walcott, warmly opened the doors of his Valsa
The Trinidad Guardian / Posted an hour ago
Double Olympic medallist, Keshorn Walcott, warmly opened the doors of his Valsayn residence, to children from the St. Dominic’s Children’s Home Arima and Belmont as he, alongside long-time partner bmobile, hosted a special Christmas Treat on Saturday... Read more
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The Natchez Democrat
Keeping them active: Teachers weigh in on tips for keeping children engaged during breakChristmas is just more than a week away, which means children are soon to be ou
The Natchez Democrat / Posted an hour ago
Christmas is just more than a week away, which means children are soon to be out of school for a holiday break. So what are the best ways to keep young students active while they aren’t in school? “I would encourage them to go outside if they can... Read more
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The Times and Democrat
J.B. Hunt Scholarship Dance set for Dec. 23The J.B. Hunt Scholarship is given in honor of long-time Orangeburg music instr
The Times and Democrat / Posted an hour ago
The J.B. Hunt Scholarship is given in honor of long-time Orangeburg music instructor James B. Hunt, who served as the first and only band director at Wilkinson High School, the first band director at Sharperson and Belleville junior high schools and... Read more
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birminghammail
These are the BEST performing primary schools in BirminghamTop performing schools in the local area Name // Local Authority Percentage of
birminghammail / Posted an hour ago
Top performing schools in the local area Name // Local Authority Percentage of pupils reaching the expected standard in reading, writing and maths // Percentage of pupils achieving a high score in reading and maths and working at greater depth in... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
'Poor timing': Ribbons for sex abuse victims cut down by Catholic parishioners'Loud fence' ribbons removed from Ballarat cathedral three days after royal com
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted an hour ago
'Loud fence' ribbons removed from Ballarat cathedral three days after royal commission findings Ballarat Catholic Diocese Vicar-General Father Justin Driscoll has defended the decision to cut hundreds of brightly coloured ribbons off the fence at St... Read more
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Sioux City Journal
GALLAGHER: My, what a difference a year makes at Arnolds ParkSince his hiring seven years ago this week, Whittenburg has helped preside over
Sioux City Journal / Posted an hour ago
Since his hiring seven years ago this week, Whittenburg has helped preside over steady growth at the complex. After detailing those plans on a bone-chilling night last December, Whittenburg and other key leaders commenced fundraising. By the time he... Read more
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Rapid City Journal
Raider wrestlers roll in Madison"The Raiders are increasing their event and all-around scores with each meet,"
Rapid City Journal / Posted an hour ago
"The Raiders are increasing their event and all-around scores with each meet," Stevens/Central coach Pam Junek said. "We had some outstanding performances from several gymnasts today. It is fun as coaches to see the advancement, routines being hit,... Read more
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Boston Globe
Milton 8th grader suspended for bringing Boy Scout knife to school, mother saysIfe Oshun says her son was suspended for eight days from a Milton middle school
Boston Globe / Posted an hour ago
Ife Oshun says her son was suspended for eight days from a Milton middle school for accidentally leaving this knife in his backpack. An eighth-grade boy is due to return to Pierce Middle School in Milton this week, having served an eight-day... Read more
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WSFA 12 Montgomery
Family of girl killed in 16th Street Baptist Church bombing reflects on Jones' Senate victoryDoug Jones' victory in the U.S. Special Senate election in Alabama is emotional
WSFA 12 Montgomery / Posted an hour ago
Doug Jones' victory in the U.S. Special Senate election in Alabama is emotional for the family of one of the little girls who lost her life in the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing. A bombing that forever changed Birmingham and the civil rights... Read more
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