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Channel 2 NewsAn event celebrating the local Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) culture and community is going smoke free this year. For the first time in the community-wide event's history, the Alaska PrideFestival will be smoke free. The Alaska...
KTUU.comWhen Tony Skurla fell for Nome, he fell hard. “I’ve been lookin’ for this place all my life,” he said. But when Skurla developed medical problems that necessitated a trip to Anchorage, he discovered a harsh fact of life in...
Sunflower Elementary School recently had a career day on May 31. We arranged to have presenters from various business professions to share information about their individual careers. Each child at Sunflower was able to select three presentations they...
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BAY VIEW -- The summer concert season at Bay View opens on Sunday, June 16, with talent from across the country as they descend upon the area for eight weeks as resident artists. The Bay View Music Festival opens its series with a concert titled simply...
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Four people have made the cut to become finalists for the position of 3rd Ward alderman in St. Charles. A task force made up of Mayor Ray Rogina, City Administrator Brian Townsend, and Aldermen Dan Stellato and William Turner recently narrowed a field of...
A Cook County judge issued an order of protection Tuesday barring fired CeaseFire director Tio Hardiman from any contact with his wife as more details emerged about his arrest nearly 14 years ago for beating another woman. Court records obtained by...
FarmingtonKindergarten teacher Kirsten Morris and paraprofessional Libby Garuti opened the classroom doors before school on May 21 to welcome students, parents, grandparents, and siblings to a special reading program called Parents as Partners. Mrs. Morris and Mrs....
The Baltimore Teacher's Union has called for the district hold off on attaching penalties to schools' performance on the the new Common Core assessments, citing insufficient professional development and resources to implement the new high-stakes...
A yoga studio owner, a plumber and a school volunteer are among those who make up a field of 13 candidates vying to be appointed to a vacant St. Charles City Council seat. Nine men and four women applied to fill the 3rd Ward alderman seat that came open...
Staff WriterThe contentious "parent trigger" bill failed again in the Florida Senate, dying Tuesday on a tie vote just as it did in 2012. The bill aimed to give parents more say in the fate of a struggling school, allowing them, by petition, to select a...
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Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterBRAWLEY – Although Esteban Garcia only purchased one raffle ticket at the Oakley Spring Carnival, it was enough to win his son, Esteban Garcia II, a new bike. “Sometimes one is all it takes,” said Garcia, a Brawley resident with a...
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