Tag Archives: high school

Marcia Watson Obituary (2022) – Windsor, CT

Marcia Jensen Watson, 74, of Bloomfield, passed away peacefully with her husband of 49 years, Bill, and family on Sunday, March 6, 2022. Marcia was born in Hartford and raised in Bloomfield, CT, daughter by the late Howard and Osa Jensen. She was predeceased by her brother, Buddy, and is …

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Staten Island son woos heroine Nicole in medieval England – and you can see it all on TV

STATEN ISLAND, NY – Amidst the rolling hills of England’s Regency era countryside, in an age of knights in shining armour, a group of eligible suitors will compete to win the heart of heroine Nicole Remy during from NBC’s new 90 Minute series, “The Courtship.” The intro episode of the …

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Marilyn Jefferson Obituary (1946 – 2022) – Thomasville, GA

Marilyn Jefferson May 20, 1946 – February 18, 2022 Thomasville, Georgia – Marilyn Lowry Jefferson died on February 18, 2022 after bravely battling a long illness. Born on May 20, 1946, Marilyn was the middle child and only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Francis Lowry of Charlotte, North Carolina. …

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Art Beat: scripted art

Jennifer Helner is a realistic watercolor artist of flowers, landscapes, and creative lettering from West Michigan. Helner teaches art with private students and in galleries. Helner teaches watercolors, drawing, pastels, creative hand lettering, and traditional calligraphy, and she offers workshops on matting and custom framing. She has a custom framing …

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school suspensions end in Wilmington, North Carolina

Sitting in the front row at every New Hanover County School Board meeting, Peter Rawitsch and Veronica McLaurin-Brown can be seen sporting white t-shirts and pins reading “Love Our Children.” At first, Rawitsch and McLaurin-Brown were a two-person team, but over the past year they’ve seen their organization grow into …

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Student Spotlight: Student artist Alice Crow 22 creates multi-layered, multi-media works

Crow works as both an artist and an intern at the Hood Museum of Art where she is curating an upcoming exhibition. by Alexandra Surprising | 46 minutes ago “Tuesday” by Alice Crow, acrylic and ink. Source: Courtesy of Alice Crow Alice Crow ’22 produces abstract works that deal with …

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Seamstress Jolene Bomgardner, Agricultural Show Attaché, Showcases Various 4-H Skills | News

Eighteen-year-old Jolene Bomgardner, of North Lebanon Township, Lebanon County, Pa., Will age out of 4-H later this year, but not before the Pennsylvania Farm Show features two diverse skill sets that ‘she acquired during her 4-H’er tenure. Jolene is exhibiting a three-piece woolen ensemble that she sewed, which has already …

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Some adult classes at ICTC are still opening this session | News

Indian Capital Technology Center offers day and evening classes, which started this week, but it’s not too late to enroll in most programs. During the day, CTIC offers classes for high school and adult students in two sessions: in the morning, which runs from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m., and …

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Ishikari Beach in Hokkaido Offers Rich Bounty for Beach Goers

During the summer, Ishikari Beach in the Ishikari region west of Hokkaido is a popular destination for sunbathers. But at the end of October, when they are long gone, another group of people can be seen piled up on the sand, watching it intently as they walk. This new cohort …

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Awesome Artists We Found On The Net: Mike Mahle

For years, the awesome art we found on the net was about just two things: awesome art and the artists who create it. With that in mind, we thought, why not take advantage of the first week of the month to showcase these awesome artists even more? Welcome to “A …

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Adapting to disappointments: the EuroCross Academy blog

After a one-year hiatus, the EuroCross Academy (ECA) returned to Belgium this week, with 10 junior riders from the United States embarking on a nearly three-week race to gain their first European cyclo-cross experience. . As in previous years, Cyclingnews runs a blog from the camp, with runners contributing throughout …

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Letters: A large net | Strengthening families

Send your letter to the editor using this form. Read more Letters to the Editor. Newsom set to launch broad anti-gun net D. “Newsom targets assault weapons”, page A1, December 13: I support Governor Newsom’s proposed ban on the sale of semi-automatic weapons. As our society becomes more politically polarized …

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Letters to the Editor: Christmas Consumerism. Proud of Lafayette. Sad golf course.

OPINION AND COMMENT Editorials and other Opinion content offer perspectives on issues important to our community and are independent of the work of our newsroom journalists. People take photos after the light of the Christmas tree during the Holiday Lighting Festival at Triangle Park in Lexington, Ky. On Sunday, November …

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Washington State rewind: Cougars reversed Apple Cup script in resounding win

SEATTLE – Travell Harris led a ‘Go Cougs’ chant as he perched on someone’s shoulders amid a crimson swarm of over 1,000 people that had blanketed the grounds of Husky Stadium. The longtime Washington state slotback, who also celebrated his birthday on Friday, made the “Dubs Down” hand gesture, eliciting …

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Movie Review: Eastwood Won Cry Macho

MIKE AT THE CINEMA by MIKE ORLOCK At 91, Clint Eastwood is quite his age. The gangly frame is still skinny – the one who hit such a screen presence in the Unnamed man trilogy and the Dirty Harry series half a century ago and propelled him to international stardom …

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The work of a Japanese calligrapher chosen as the cover image for the Promenade des Arts

calligraphy at the age of 7 in her hometown of Hiroshima, Japan, puts her whole body into her work.” title=”Arts Walk cover artist Chiyo Sanada, who began studying calligraphy at the age of 7 in her hometown of Hiroshima, Japan, puts her whole body into her work.” loading=”lazy”/> Arts Walk …

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Ladders to Literacy – The New Indian Express

Express news service CHENNAI: Kalaivani Karuppaya, 17, a medical aspirant from Dindigul district, smiles grimly as she accepts our WhatsApp video call. “Tension ah iruku akka,” said the first-generation learner, days before the Tamil Nadu assembly passed a bill allowing medical admissions without the National Entrance Eligibility Test (NEET). “I …

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Dear Evan Hansen Cast & Character Guide

A guide to the cast of the new musical Dear Evan Hansen, which features seasoned talent and relative newcomers. Here’s where you’ve seen them before. Dear Evan Hansen is a film about a teenage boy trying to make his way through high school while dealing with anxiety and loneliness, adapted …

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Fleeing teachers put Hong Kong schools in disarray

High school students parade with the Chinese national flag during the morning assembly on the first day of the new mandate in Hong Kong on September 1, 2021. File / Reuters Sara Cheng, Reuters For his last class in Hong Kong in July, liberal studies professor Fong showed his students …

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Jay Godfrey’s father fought the Nazis, then ALS

10-year-old Jay Godfrey beamed that day 65 years ago. He recalls watching a video shown to veterans on a VFW in Freeport, Maine, documenting his father’s career as a fighter pilot. His father, John Godfrey, known as Johnny, shot down 18 German planes and hit 18 on the ground during …

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BRENDA LOOPER: A Tangled Web

The Internet is a wonderful place. You can read blogs, newspapers and magazines from all over the world. You can feed nostalgia and find replacements for items you’ve lost, like that old Fisher-Price “radio” that played “Raindrops Keep Fallin ‘On My Head.” (I loved this thing, and I especially enjoyed …

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A conversation with Saleh Aldasouqi, MD

06 Aug 2021 3 minutes to read Source / Disclosures Published by: Source: Healio maintenance Disclosures: Aldasouqi does not report any relevant financial disclosure. ADD A SUBJECT TO E-MAIL ALERTS Receive an email when new articles are posted on Please provide your email address to receive an email when new …

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Use any of these fonts to save ink and money

Printer ink is the gift that keeps on taking. It’s expensive, it’s not even fun to use, and it always seems to run out in the blink of an eye. Soon you are spending more money on replacements … and the vicious cycle begins again in an endless loop. One …

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On clarity

The man saw his reflection in the shop windows. As he walked down the sidewalk in Memphis, he noticed the gray creeping more and more over his temples and above his ears. His wife could still pass for a woman in her thirties, even though she was 50, like him. …

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An Actor in Toronto – Money Diary

Did you expect to attend higher education? Have you participated in any form of higher education? If so, how did you pay for it?My siblings and I absolutely had to go to college. More than a decade after the start of my career, my mother again said “when you come …

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This Week in West Virginia History | WV News

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WV News) – The following events occurred on these dates in West Virginia history. For more information, visit e-WV: The West Virginia Encyclopedia at www.wvencyclopedia.org. 23 May 1862: In what became known as the Battle of Lewisburg, Union troops repelled a Confederate advance, killing 38 and wounding 66, …

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Chinese parents want more Confucian education

AT FIRST LOOK, The Huaguoshan Kindergarten in Zhuzhou, a city in the southern province of Hunan, looks a lot like any other nursery. Four brightly painted playrooms have buckets of construction bricks and soft, colorful mats. But on the upper floors, the classrooms are more spartan. Rice paper lanterns and …

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This week in West Virginia history

The following events occurred on these dates in West Virginia history. For more information, visit e-WV: The West Virginia Encyclopedia at www.wvencyclopedia.org. May 23, 1862: In what became known as the Battle of Lewisburg, Union troops repelled a Confederate advance, killing 38 and wounding 66, while losing only 13 men. …

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Hubert Clement Brabender

April 27, 2021 12:36 PM Site staff Posted: April 27, 2021 12:36 PM Middleton – Hubert C. “Sonny” Brabender, 84, of Madison, died on Friday April 16, 2021 at Madison University Hospital of a severe stroke suffered on March 29. He was born on May 16, 1936 in Madison, son …

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Nicole “Nikki” L. Police | News, Sports, Jobs

Nicole “Nikki” L. Font, 49, of Warren, Pennsylvania, died Sunday March 14, 2021. She was born September 18, 1971 in Warren, Pennsylvania. Nicole is the daughter of Joseph L and Sandra “Sandy” L. Felton Font, who survive in Warren, Pa. She has always been a resident of the Warren area …

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Ask Vance: Midtown Mystery Church

Dear Vance: While walking through the Cooper-Young neighborhood, I came across this little church on Tanglewood. The property appears to be abandoned, with no visible name. What’s the story behind this? – LBT, Memphis. Dear LBT: As soon as you shared the photos of the old church, I was immediately …

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Getting your teen to talk about the dangers of vaping

The question took on new urgency. Health authorities are investigating 530 confirmed and probable cases lung disease in the United States linked to electronic cigarettes. Eight people died. Many teens use e-cigarettes: 27.5% of high school students have used them in the past 30 days, according to preliminary data of …

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