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Report Reveals Lack of Schools in LA County Juvenile Justice System

Photo: LA County Probation Department Campus Kilpatrick is a juvenile camp located in Los Angeles County. Photo: LA County Probation Department Campus Kilpatrick is a juvenile camp located in Los Angeles County. Poor and inconsistent teaching and student apathy were among the findings of a citizen review of the education …

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CATEC celebrates ambulance donation UVA Health

March 9, 2022, Press Release CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (UVA Health) – Charlottesville-Albemarle Technical Training Center (CATEC) emergency medical technician students celebrated the donation of a UVA Health ambulance to its program during a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Wednesday morning. The ambulance will be used by CATEC’s high school and adult education EMT …

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Bengals WR Trenton Irwin hosts youth camp in Santa Clarita – KCAL9 and CBS2 News, Sports, and Weather

2 On your side: Tenants of taxpayer-subsidized housing in a skid row face unsanitary and unsafe conditionsKirstine Lazar reports on the dangerous and unsanitary conditions of St. Mark’s apartments on Skid Row, despite the fact that the taxpayer-funded Section 8 housing is meant to be a haven for those fleeing …

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Lake Eric fish had an excellent hatch in 2021

Good news for Lake Erie perch and walleye anglers was announced last week by the Fisheries Department of the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. It looks like the 2021 hatch for both species was a banner year! This is great news for the future of fishing. I just watched …

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James Lekas ​​Obituary – Florida Times-Union

Lekas James Steven Lekas Retired U.S. Navy Captain James “Jim” Steven Lekas ​​of Jacksonville, Florida died Feb. 25, 2022 after a long illness. He was 85 years old. James was born on November 14, 1936 in Chicago, Illinois. As a child, his family attended the Greek Orthodox Church of the …

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Cleveland Livestock Show Announces Eight Rodeo Queen Candidates

The 2022 CLSDD Rodeo Queen Candidates are (back row, left to right) Hana Lindsey, Grace Williams, Autumn Clay, Annabell Lindsey, Maddison Keller and Reva Mosely; (front row) Kenzie “Suzanne” Lowe, Queen Reigning Marlee Brooks and Sarah Bush. Eight young women are vying to be Miss Rodeo Cleveland Livestock Show this …

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Council Bluffs Community Schools plans administrator changes | Education

The Council Bluffs Community School District will be making several changes to its trustees for the 2022-23 school year. Matthew COURTESY OF CHRIS RUHAAK VIA BLUFFS COUNCIL SCHOOLS Dr. Tracy Mathews, Head of Schools for Preschool-5, will become Director of Studies, replacing Dr. Corey Vorthmann, who has tendered his resignation. …

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Brown County 4-H News and Updates

Dates to remember March 1 – County deadline for Duds to Dazzle and Fashion Show 15 – Deadline to Enter Brown County Youth Fair Equestrian Show 15 – County Deadline Junior / Intermediate Photography 26 – Horse Validation for Brown County Youth Fair Passes for the main stock exchange fairs …

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Lacey will commit funds to help adult teens

A long-standing plan to fund a home and services to stabilize the lives of four adult teenagers is finally coming to fruition, according to a briefing Lacey Town Council received earlier this month. [email protected] Rolf Boon A long-standing plan to fund a home and services to stabilize the lives of …

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Two unknowns among the 10 Brick Memorial champions, including one named Outstanding Wrestler

On Saturday, some household names won the NJSIAA/Rothman Orthopedics District 23 wrestling titles for Brick Memorial. Some unknown names have also won championships for the Golden Mustangs. Unsurprisingly, a wrestler from Brick Memorial was named the tournament’s top wrestler. His name was Brody Elk. WHO? Elk, a junior, was a …

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Rosalyn Rae Erickson – Brainerd Dispatch

Rosalyn Rae Erickson, 87, of McCook, NE, died Tuesday, February 8, 2022 at the Josie Harper Hospice House in Omaha, NE. Rosie was born on January 23, 1935 in Bonetrail, ND to parents Adolph and Helen (Fougner) Nelson. She was one of nine children who grew up on a farm …

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University of Greenville plans summer camps

GREENVILLE – The University of Greenville is offering multiple opportunities this summer for middle and high school students to visit campus for fun, affordable, and high-quality learning experiences. GU plans to host four summer camps, including Forensics Camp, Esports Camp and – new this year – Band Camp and Worship …

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Massena Central School Capital Project Reductions Planned for Future Projects | Education

MASSENA — Although phase three of Massena Central School District’s $49.6 million capital project has been cut due to cost, some items that were removed from the plan will likely find their way into future capital projects . The district school board rejected bids for phase three work at a …

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PYMS will stage ‘Sister Act Jr.’

PENN YAN — Hallelujah! The Penn Yan Middle School Drama Club celebrates its return to the PYMS auditorium stage in its production of Sister Act Jr.! This upbeat musical follows Deloris Van Cartier, a bubbly up-and-coming singer, who witnesses a crime and is forced into the convent of the Queen …

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Contaminating Our Oasis – The Manitoulin Expositor

Manitoulin High School students clean up the trails near their school. MSS Share/Go Green Presents… A Manitoulin Eco-Hero by Anika Smith and Daphne Carr Pollution is a vast and very relevant subject because it affects the whole planet, including Manitoulin Island. We may have a very green environment compared to …

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Candidate Q&A: Lodi School Board | Wisconsin Elections

Five candidates are vying for two seats on the Lodi school board. The top four candidates from the Feb. 15 primary will advance to the April 5 election. Terms are three years. (I) designates the holder. Baron Address: 212 Strangeway Avenue, Lodi Family: Married with four children Job: Office Manager, …

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Winter storm Kenan is on its way to Billerica. Here’s what you need to know

As Winter Storm Kenan approaches from the northeast, City of Billerica officials have announced snow provisions, cancellations and changes that residents should be aware of. According to City Manager John Curran, a snow emergency will begin at 10 p.m. on Friday, January 28. Between these hours there is He added …

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Fayette County Student Is District-Wide Finalist in Water District Essay Contest

The Metropolitan North Georgia Water Planning District (Metro Water District) announced the district-wide winner for the 20and annual college essay competition, Samarth Iyengar of the Kittredge Magnet School, as well as 14 other regional winners. This year’s competition focused on the unique nature of the region’s water resources and the …

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Sign up your kids to be coached by the 1999 USA World Cup champions

United States National Team legends Mia Hamm, Kristine Lilly and Tisha Venturini are bringing TeamFirst Soccer Academy to the Quad Cities in March. DAVENPORT, Iowa — Young athletes in the Quad Cities will have the opportunity to learn from three of the most iconic figures in American football history. 1999 …

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Howard B. Williams | Roswell Daily Record

Copyright © 2021 Roswell Daily Record On January 3, 2022, Howard B., 84, of Dexter, NM, after life’s journey here, entered into eternal life with his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. A celebration of Howard’s life is scheduled for Saturday, February 5 at 9:00 a.m. at Grace Community Church in …

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Turlock School employees honored for ‘making a difference’

A nurse and head janitor from the Turlock Unified School District were among seven school employees chosen to represent Stanislaus County in the statewide Employees Making a Difference program. The Stanislaus County Office of Education and the Association of California School Administrators Region VII have partnered to honor Stanislaus County …

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Upcoming Career Courses at Caldwell Community College

Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute is now enrolling in several upcoming workforce training courses. Here is a schedule: Free training for advanced manufacturing careers Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute’s free IMPACT Institute prepares students for entry-level advanced manufacturing jobs and qualifies them for scholarships to further their education …

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Wasswa will replace Sempigi at Mbarara City Football Club

Godfrey Ibrahim Wasswa is set to strengthen the backroom technical staff of Ugandan Premier League side Mbarara City Football Club. Wasswa, a CAF ‘B’ licensed tactician, will replace Sadick Sempigi at the club also dubbed Ankole Lions. A former striker who retired early due to a lingering knee injury, Wasswa …

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Iowa Wesleyan earns home win over Waldorf

MOUNT PLEASANT — Jake Kadel always wanted to be a wrestling coach. The New London High School and University of Iowa graduate never thought it would happen this fast or this way. Kadel, who is the interim head wrestling coach at Iowa Wesleyan University, started his coaching career on the …

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William F. Dixon

Fairlea-William F. “Lindburgh” Dixon, 94, passed away with his children by his side on Thursday, December 30, 2021. Bill was born November 18, 1927 in Sunlight, WV, to the late Arthur G. and Mary Virginia Bare Dixon. In addition to his parents, Bill was predeceased by his wife, Mary Jo …

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50 Cape Cod, Islands Cultural Programs, Events Win Local and State Grants

Dozens of Cape Cod cultural organizations are starting the year a little better funded thanks to recent award announcements by the Cape Cod Foundation for the Arts and the Mass Cultural Council. The Cape Foundation has selected 42 nonprofit cultural organizations and artists to receive a total of $ 77,800 …

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Over 1,000 toys distributed to children at Parkway Gardens

Residents of Parkway Gardens marked the holidays with a Winter Wonderland experience and freebies for all residents 18 and under on Saturday, December 11. Related Midwest and Related Affordable have teamed up with Chi Gives Back to deliver toys to kids. More than 500 residents enjoyed individually wrapped cookies, games, …

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William Dixon Obituary (1927 – 2021) – White Sulfur Springs, WV

William F. “Lindburgh” Dixon, 94, of Fairlea died with his children by his side on December 30, 2021.Bill was born November 18, 1927 in Sunlight, WV, to the late Arthur G. and Mary Virginia Bare Dixon.In addition to his parents, Bill was predeceased by his wife Mary Jo Gee Dixon; …

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The Bristol Press – Teams have been chosen for the annual Sloper Plunge, which raises funds so families in need can send children to camp

SOUTHINGTON – Teams are forming for the 17th annual Sloper Plunge, which will see groups jump into the cold waters of Sloper Pond. The event raises funds so families in need can send their children to Camp Sloper this summer. The Sloper Plunge will be held on Saturday February 26 …

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Life is full of opportunities

COSHOCTON – Sometimes a person, an experience, changes the meaning of a life. This is the case for Mélanie Garrabrant. “When I was young I didn’t have big dreams for myself,” she began. “I read stories and wondered what something could be like, but often felt like things – like …

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Fountain of Youth Football Camp transmits the fundamentals

GAINESVILLE, Fla. (WCJB) – No matter the time of year, the chance for athletes to train and improve in their sport is always in season. On Saturday morning, more than 30 children aged 6-18 showed up at the Fountain of Youth Footwork football camp held at Eastside High School. From …

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Zetas celebrates its 40th anniversary by giving

LUMBERTON – The Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc., Lambda Chapter Eta Zeta recently celebrated its 40th anniversary by participating in a Weekend of Service. “We are all of service to the community and we were trying to think of a way to celebrate and commemorate 40 years and we knew …

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Carole Russell obituary (1958 – 2021) – North Chelmsford, MA

North Chelmsford Carole C. Russell, 62, a resident of North Chelmsford, MA, passed away peacefully at her home on December 5, after a three-year battle with cancer. She was the beloved wife of Beth Benoit, with whom she had shared her life for 35 years. She was born in Norwood, …

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Obituary: Rosario “Rosy” J. Santerre

Rosario “Rosy” J. Santerre GARDINER – Rosario “Rosy” J. Santerre, 100, passed away peacefully at Woodlands Memory Care in Hallowell, Maine on Friday, December 3, 2021. Rosy was born on November 2, 1921 in North Connor, Maine, son of Albert and Mattie Santerre. The family then moved to Waterville. Rosy …

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Former Catholic League celebrated by peers

“Do you know what you are?” Tom Rashid yelled into the phone. I thought maybe that was a rhetorical question, but obviously not. “You are a cowardly cannon! “ Hmm, I thought that had to be just another of the many ways Tom connected with people. Michigan High School Athletic …

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Shopper News brings you the latest events in your community

FARRAGUT Admirals Performing Arts Company works ‘9 to 5’ Nancy Anderson, Buyer News Musical theater students at Farragut High School have been working hard to rehearse an upcoming “9 to 5” production on Tuesday, November 23. The production is important, with a cast of 40 in addition to 10 technicians. …

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Report Outlines Rising Costs And Benefits Of A University Degree

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) – Cory Britton doesn’t need a public policy institute report to fully appreciate the costs and benefits of a college education. He knows what it’s like to try to make ends meet with dead-end jobs and the anxiety of not having health insurance. Britton also knows …

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The Northwest Daily | Football: Northwestern players prepare to take on Illinois and fandom of friends and family

Soccer College football’s most historic rivalries are based on hate, like the Iron Bowl between Alabama and Auburn and The Game between Michigan and Ohio State. Not so much with the Northwest and Illinois. “For me personally, it’s fun,” said second-year tackle Peter Skoronski, from Park Ridge, Ill.. “A bunch …

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Denmark cleans beach, then dumps trash back into water, Trending News

In Denmark, a municipality spent over $ 150,000 a year cleaning up debris from beaches and then dumping it back into the water. Danmarks Radio posted a video on its website showing a bulldozer in the waters of Stillinge Beach in Slagelse, Denmark. It appears that the dozer blade lifts …

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EVENTS | Local News | greensburgdailynews.com

We welcome news on upcoming events from Southeast Indiana from nonprofit organizations in the area. Email them at [email protected] Questions can be directed to Kevin Green at 812-663-3111 ext. 217056. November 16 9 a.m. – Decatur County Council meets in Room 106 of the Decatur County Courthouse. Open to the …

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What is the local impact of the federal infrastructure law?

President Joe Biden’s $ 1.2 trillion infrastructure bill will bring in more than $ 35 billion to Lone Star State. AUSTIN, Texas – When President Joe Biden signs the $ 1.2 trillion infrastructure bill on Monday, Texas will be entitled to more than $ 35 billion in federal funding to …

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Upcoming Career Courses at CCC & TI – Caldwell Journal

Publication displays: 184 HUDSON, NC (October 26, 2021) – Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute is now enrolling in several upcoming courses including Workforce Development, Skills Training, and Personal Enrichment. Here is a schedule of upcoming classes: Spring Academy Basic Law Enforcement TrainingThe Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute Basic …

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Kenneth ‘Butch’ Andree | News, Sports, Jobs

Kenneth ‘Butch’ Andrée CASPIENNE – Kenneth George “Mannish” Andree, 73, of Caspian, died on Tuesday, October 12, 2021 at Aspirus Iron River Hospital. Born September 12, 1948 in Stambaugh, son of the late Kenneth “Boyfriend” G. Andrée and Phyllis (Bialik) Andrée Paro. Butch graduated from Iron River High School with …

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Perry promoted to Acting Superintendent at CVSD | Education

Assistant Superintendent Sharon Perry is the new Acting Superintendent of the Conewago Valley School District. Following a vote to accept Superintendent Chris Rudisill’s resignation on Monday, the board of directors unanimously approved Perry as acting superintendent retroactively to October 1 for up to one year. “She has the full support …

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Floyd LeRoy Snyder Jr. | Obituary

Floyd LeRoy Snyder Jr., 80, of Oil City, died Friday evening, October 8, 2021, at Titusville Healthcare. He was born November 10, 1940 in Mercer, son of the late Floyd LeRoy Snyder, Sr. and Myrtle (Heckathorne) Snyder. He graduated from Oil City High School in 1960. He worked at Franklin …

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The delta of records | Rotarians express support for Upshur schools’ ‘vision for the future’

BUCKHANNON – Local Rotarians expressed support for the ‘vision for the future’ of Upshur County schools following a presentation Tuesday by Superintendent Sara Lewis-Stankus, Deputy Superintendent Debra Harrison and Treasurer Jeffrey Perkins. Dr Stankus, in addition to Dr Harrison and Mr Perkins, provided updates regarding their plans for a full …

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Pre-season opening emotional reunion for Jordan Clarkson

Monday’s preseason opener against Spurs will be an emotional comeback for Utah Jazz goalie and Wagner graduate Jordan Clarkson. The game will be played on the fifth anniversary of the death of former Roosevelt star Cameron Moore, one of Clarkson’s best friends. Moore, who played for Alabama-Birmingham after graduating from …

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BHS Skateboard Workshop Engages Under-Represented Students in STEM – Berkeley High Jacket

Berkeley High School (BHS) teacher Dirk Wright is launching a one-semester after-school skateboarding workshop to motivate underrepresented students in engineering, robotics, carpentry, and design classes to try a course in lower-stakes vocational technical education (CTE). The workshop is designed to encourage students who have never tried CTE courses or who …

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Pulaski County Extension Welcomes New 4-H Agent | Local News

There is a new face to the Pulaski County Extension Office. Erica Spurgeon arrived on September 1 to join Jennifer Cole as the second 4-H Youth Development Officer for the University of Kentucky Affiliate Community Organization. “Our county is so big,” Spurgeon explained. “We serve 13 primary schools and there …

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Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office Works With YMCA And Other Local Groups To Offer Youth Programs To Help Fight Violence | Local News

“The role of the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office is to try to stop the violence in the community,” Kimbrough said. Michael Bragg, spokesperson for the YMCA of Northwestern North Carolina, admitted that the sheriff’s office is working with YMCA officials on several youth projects. “It’s ongoing right now,” Bragg said. …

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Company owner praises Lions Club and locals band

BIG RAPIDS – Giving back to a community can be one of the best ways to keep it going, and a Big Rapids organization has been praised by a local business owner for their efforts to help small businesses in the area throughout of the pandemic. The Big Rapids Lions …

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Tunnel under the Fulton project on track for 2022

JACKSON TWP. – Planners say a long-discussed project to build a pedestrian tunnel under Fulton Drive NW between Jackson High School and North Park is on track next summer. Sarah Buell, head of projects and administration at Stark Parks, said contractors are moving utility lines so that they are not …

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“Looking back, I’m glad we played”

The football season began with a victory for the Peglegs of Stuyvesant High School. A team loaded with seniors and playoff expectations beat a tough rival from Staten Island in Game One of the season, played on the hot afternoon of Saturday, September 8, 2001. Three days later comes the …

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Restoration event supports the Restoration House

GREENFIELD – A Dine to Donate fundraiser will be held on Saturday September 18 at Costa’s Grill, 1020 W. Main St., Greenfield. Ten percent of all sales from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. go to the Talitha Koum Women’s Recovery Center. Class of 1975 to host reunion GREENFIELD – The …

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Two win this year’s LCCF Heart of Gold award | Sun News

LAGRANGE – For the first time in its history, the LaGrange County Community Foundation presented two “Heart of Gold” awards at its annual meeting on Tuesday evening. Dean Domer of Wolcottville and Shanon Statton, Mongo, were each named the foundation’s 2021 Heart of Gold recipients for their contributions to improving …

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Kashifu’s giant leap in the digital transformation of the IT sector, by Rukayyat Sadauki – Economic Confidential

DG NITDA Kashifu Inuwa Kashifu’s giant leap in the digital transformation of the IT sector, by Rukayyat Sadauki The information technology sector has experienced a paradigm shift in its operations and activities which has led to the digitization of government processes, reducing the costs of governance and corruption along with …

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Wallace State Community College Hosts STEM Camps for Elementary and High School Students

See photos of STEM Camp for middle school students | https://www.flickr.com/photos/wallacestate/albums/72157719546075014 See photos of the STEM camp for elementary school students | https://www.flickr.com/photos/wallacestate/albums/72157719630314051 HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Wallace State Community College recently hosted two STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) camps this summer, welcoming middle and elementary school students to campus. …

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Professional pedigree – Flathead Beacon

For six months, Glacier High School boys’ football coach Ryan Billiet watched sideways as the school tried, and failed, to find a replacement after Brenden Byrd resigned as coach of the girls in January. “We’ve been working together for eight to ten years to make sure there is a synergistic …

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