Tag Archives: high school

🌱 The Yacht Club is going to lose its liquor license? + Des Moines Cajun Festival

Happy Wednesday, Des Moines! Let us all catch you up to start today on an enlightened note. First, today’s weather forecast: A little sun, then clouds; hotter. High: 69 Low: 44. Here are the top three stories in Des Moines today: City of Des Moines plans to revoke Yacht Club’s …

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Remains of Virginia teenager identified after grim 1990 discovery – NBC4 Washington

More than 30 years after a teenager’s skull was discovered near a road in Stafford County, Virginia, officials said the late teenager had been identified through DNA analysis and genealogical research. The remains found in 1990 are those of Timothy Alan Mangum, the Stafford County Sheriff’s Office announced Friday. Mangum …

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News from across the Canton area

Valentine’s Day at the Library ALLIANCE — Teens ages 12 to 18 are invited to Rodman Public Library’s Valentine’s Day Party to celebrate being single on Tuesday. From 3 to 5 p.m., teens will watch a movie, play games and do crafts. A photo booth will be available and snacks …

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Paul Klens Obituary (1954 – 2022) – Bonita Springs, FL

Paul Joseph Klens died on January 29, 2022 at his home in Naples, Florida. He was born on April 22, 1954, in North Plainfield, New Jersey, to Paul Frank Klens and Shirley Rock Klens, the second child of four siblings. He grew up in Clintondale, Pennsylvania – a small town …

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Sunday ‘Gayle on the Go!’, Sunday January 23, 2022

by: Gayle Anderson, Reporter & Producer , Editor Chris Gierowski Job : January 23, 2022 / 7:55 a.m. PST / Update: January 23, 2022 / 7:55 a.m. PST It is Sunday! There are several events to celebrate food and creativity on Sunday “Gayle on the Go!” listing. Looked! Find something …

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ReMain launches second climate change survey

The Investigator and the Mirror (Ja. 21, 2022) Nantucket residents and visitors have until Feb. 1 to speak out on environmental issues like climate change and rising sea levels in the second climate survey commissioned by ReMain Nantucket and the Envision Resilience Nantucket Challenge. The 10-minute online survey is available …

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Wolverine’s Best Costumes In One Amazing Cover

Wolverine has had many incredible costumes, which appear together in a new variant cover by comic artist Jen Bartel for X Lives of Wolverine #3. Featured New Jen Bartel Comedy Cover Wolverines better suits in a vibrant and powerful painting. Coverage of Bartel’s variant for the next X lives of …

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15 fun Valentine’s Day games for couples who want an evening to remember

Valentine’s Day is all about romance, but that doesn’t mean you have to be serious while celebrating. Toss it up this year by playing a Valentine’s Day game for couples and see how laughing will improve your mood and remind you why you feel in love with your partner in …

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Patented Vehicle Carbon Monoxide Device for Teens | News, Sports, Jobs

Parker Gregg (left) and Cayden Wright received a patent on November 23 for their invention, Air Alert, which can deactivate a vehicle if lethal levels of carbon monoxide are reached. Gregg’s father died four years ago from carbon monoxide poisoning caused by a moving car. Mirror photo by Rachel Foor …

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Discovery Education Science Techbook approved for statewide use by the South Carolina State Board of Education

[ad_1] Silver Spring, Maryland (December 20, 2021)—Following a comprehensive assessment, the South Carolina State Board of Education approved the Discovery Education Science Techbook for grades K-5 and 6-8, as well as high school Earth and Space Science, for statewide use as a basic educational resource through its state adoption process. …

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Stevens Point Point of Discovery Charter School Adds Grade 12

[ad_1] STEVENS POINT – A public charter school with an uncertain future is closer to its enrollment target and will continue to expand its pilot alternative high school program as leaders hope to keep the school’s doors open. Two years after school district officials reported declining enrollment at Point of …

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Virgil Abloh: Pioneering designer who fused streetwear with high fashion

[ad_1] Virgil Abloh, who died of cancer at the age of 41, was an American fashion designer whose styles drew audiences for everything from clothes and shoes to music and furniture. Three years ago, Louis Vuitton named the streetwear guru artistic director of its men’s collection. When her first show …

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West Boylston resident brings inventing skills to holiday packaging

WEST BOYLSTON – Bryan Perla has come a long way for someone so young. Growing up in West Boylston, he struggled with a learning problem that may have derailed others. Instead, he overcame those hardships to form a company that brought him into the national limelight. Perla showcased her product, …

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6 DIY Kits That Can Help Improve Your Mood And Relieve Stress

[ad_1] With the Well + Good SHOP, our editors put their years of know-how to work to select products (from skin care to personal care and beyond) that they bet you’ll love. Although our publishers independently select these products, making a purchase through our links may earn a Well + …

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Local inventor on ‘Shark Tank’ October 8

During a routine home workout in May, Lion Latch inventor and owner Lerin Lockwood of Marble Falls received the notification she’s worked for years. “I was tagged with a ‘Shark Tank’ app,” she said. “I filled out the application form and as soon as I finished training ‘Shark Tank’ called …

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Spooktacular returns to Riverside Discovery Center | Local

[ad_1] “We’re always trying to change some things,” Mason said of the Spooktacular experience. “Different games, different activities, just to make it a more engaging and rewarding experience, especially for those who come year after year.” Support local journalism Your subscription makes our reporting possible. {{featured_button_text}} While the play area …

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Paltz High’s New Student Giuliana DiBenedetto Creates Winning Design for Ulster Votes Sticker Contest – Daily Freeman

[ad_1] New Paltz High School sophomore Giuliana DiBenedetto created the winning design in the inaugural “I Voted Ulster” sticker competition, the Ulster County Board of Elections announced. Candidates have been asked to design a logo that will be used for the “I Voted” stickers, which will be distributed to voters …

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Journeys of Discovery: Beautifully Shattered – Dismantling the Hate

[ad_1] Join correspondent Tom Wilmer in Little Rock, Arkansas for an interview with Robin White, National Park Service superintendent at Central High School National Historic Site, and Courtney Bradford, professor of black history and curator at Mosaic Templars Cultural Center. White and Bradford challenge listeners to examine racial inequalities through …

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Candytopia returns to Sweeten Houston

[ad_1] ^ I support Local Community Journalism Support Houston’s independent voice and help keep the future of Houston Press free. When I first saw Gene Wilder as Willy Wonka sing “Come with me and you’ll be in a world of pure imagination”, I was into it. The idea of ​​edible …

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Minnesotan helps develop vials for COVID-19 vaccine

[ad_1] Joe Mattson, who graduated from Duluth Central High School in 2009 and graduated from the University of Minnesota Duluth in 2013, has worked for Corning in New York as a chemical process engineer for over a year and a half. Mattson worked on the early stages of several projects …

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Hands-on experiences keep students sharp during the summer months

[ad_1] Camp Invention is a national STEM summer camp for students from Kindergarten to Grade 6. The program has been in Coshocton since 2009 with Coshocton camps and Warsaw primary schools. This year’s modules included building solar-powered robots, a duck launcher, and reverse-engineering a microphone. In addition to local teachers …

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LOCAL NEWSLETTER JUNE 28, 2021 | Local News

[ad_1] Paddle for the approaching Parkview deadline LAGRANGE – The July 13 registration deadline is approaching for this year’s Paddle for Parkview event. The 12th event, supporting the Parkview LaGrange Foundation, began on May 3 and runs through August 13. Due to the pandemic, the traditional one-day event has been …

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Bernice Lois Whalen Milbrand | Obituary

[ad_1] SHAMOKIN – Bernice Lois Whalen Milbrand, 91, of East Dewart Street, died on Monday, May 31, 2021, during a brief stay in Mount Carmel recovering and rehabilitating after hip surgery. She was born in Shamokin on July 16, 1929, daughter of the late Robert Emmitt and Edith Eldora (Lindermuth) …

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Architect Pizá joins forces with analyst Chamblee

[ad_1] The Congaree Golf Club in Ridgeland, SC is preparing to host its first PGA Tour event this month. As professional golfers and fans alike head to the Palmetto Championship, the Congaree Foundation is much busier than you might think. Along with preparations for this major golf event, the Congaree …

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Texas Tech programs to host summer camps

[ad_1] Several departments at Texas Tech University offer summer camps for students to familiarize themselves with a variety of topics. These camps also give campers the opportunity to explore and experience what a college campus has to offer. The available camps are listed below. Connect College Contact: ([email protected]) Camp tuition …

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Stellantis Design Contest Winners Create Crazy, Cool Jeeps

[ad_1] Stellantis’ Drive for Design competition continues FCA’s ninth-grade tradition, which encourages high school students to pursue automotive design by asking them to design futuristic vehicles. Today, the automaker announced this year’s winners, asking students to design an electrified Jeep, and they don’t disappoint. Twelfth grader Vincent Piaskowski, former Michigan …

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Arkansas Achievers

[ad_1] • The University of Arkansas at Hope-Texarkana has announced that Genoa Central High School graduate Lindsey McDowell has been awarded the Bridge scholarship to attend college. The award is $ 1,000 per academic year. • Jessica Hoffman, a student at Episcopal Collegiate School, received the Morehead-Cain scholarship to attend …

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Steve Jobs: the childhood of a great inventor

[ad_1] In this excerpt from Innovators for children Robin Stevenson tells the story of a creative and rebellious child who grew up to change the world with the iPhone. Steve Jobs is best known for Mac computers, iPhones and iPads, but his innovative ideas have also transformed the music, film …

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Fort Walton Beach, Miramar Beach and Niceville host children’s summer camps

[ad_1] ECTC summer camps: May 31-August. 1 MIRAMAR BEACH – This summer, Emerald Coast Theater Co. (ECTC) presents 10 different summer camp programs, including popular musicals “Hamilton”, “Puffs (Harry Potter)”, “Sponge Bob”, “Seussical”, the staging of a musical length, “Matilda”, as well as practical workshops for theater “technicians” and film …

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Teaching Kids Financial Literacy Can Close the Black Wealth Gap

[ad_1] (State of Financial Education: Many money problems that Americans face could have been avoided if financial literacy had been taught earlier in school. This knowledge helps create a foundation for students to develop quickly. strong financial habits; and avoiding many mistakes that lead to lifelong financial struggles. This story …

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