Moffett Library’s 9/11 exhibit informs students 20 years after tragedy – The Wichitan

In remembrance of the September 11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center two decades ago, the Moffett Library hosts a visual display of posters and memorabilia on the second floor titled “September 11, 2001: The Day That Changed the World”. “The New York City 9/11 Museum provided the 14 …

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Kentucky Department of Education Offers $ 100 Incentives for Vaccines to All Public School Employees

By Tom LatekKentucky today Lawmakers passed a bill banning a statewide mask mandate in schools in favor of leaving decisions to local districts in the special session that ended Thursday, but it did not addressed compulsory vaccination. However, several members of the General Assembly have discussed the fact that companies …

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9/11 commemorative events held in Las Olas and FLL Airport – NBC 6 South Florida

Events took place in South Florida on Saturday to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the September 11 attacks. The Veteran’s Trust and the Human Baton hosted “Tribute To America’s Heroes,” a free spectator event at Las Olas Oceanside Park and another at a 20th Anniversary event at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International …

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“A Jumbled Mess of Conflicting Genres”

As a storyteller, it’s tempting to throw everything at the wall to see what sticks. Oftentimes, the combination of items is enough to make the spectacle worth watching. Even in situations where items slide down to the floor, seeing someone make a big attempt at all is enough to spark …

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Letters to the Editor – Dallas development, Preston Roya Library, Texas abortion law

It’s in my garden Yes, in my garden! Another day, another opportunity for Dallas City Council to hear from its constituents. For the past 10 years, prime real estate on the corner of Forest and Nuestra has sat vacant, literally, in my backyard. Our incredible neighborhood, which runs the length …

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The Tragedy of American Rural Schools

By 12:30 p.m. the high school water fountains were brown and all bathrooms in the college had also stopped working, so Henderson decided to close both schools for the day. A bell rang and Ellington stepped into the damp hallways. Water splashed over his persimmons, and other boys screamed and …

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Norwich rappers on the rise of the genre in the fine city

While popular hip-hop artists may be most associated with big American cities, the genre is beginning to take a life of its own here in Norwich.  A genre developed in the United States in the 1970s, hip-hop rose to global prominence through artists such as Eminem, Snoop Dogg and Tupac. And now Norwich …

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Event planners investigate upcoming Madison Taco Festival with acerbic reputation

September 8, 2021 11:33 PM Posted: September 8, 2021 11:33 PM MADISON, Wisconsin – Event planners with Breese Stevens Field in Madison say they are investigating an upcoming taco festival that has sparked complaints in several cities it has visited in recent weeks. The event, billed as a festival featuring …

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Cincinnati Reds vs Chicago Cubs – September 8, 2021

Photo: Doug Gray The Cincinnati Reds and Chicago Cubs meet on Wednesday night, with the winner of the contest also becoming the series winner after the two went their separate ways in the first two games. The first pitch is set for 7:40 p.m. ET. Starting lineups Starting throwers Vladimir …

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Valley News – Out & About: Newport, NH, the two cats in the library are worth a visit

The Richards Free Library in Newport is a magnificent building. The three-story Colonial Revival style home has large curved windows and intricate moldings under other windows on the third floor that overlook downtown Newport. Inside, the space welcomes natural light. A dark curving staircase and a massive fireplace on the …

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