Monthly Archives: May 2021

New law allows SC Education to lead fire commissions after takeover

COLUMBIA, SC (AP) – New law in South Carolina allows the state’s director of education to fire the entire school board in districts where too many schools have been found to be “underachieving.” The law, signed by Governor Henry McMaster after easily passing the House and Senate, comes into effect …

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Pueblo East’s Leyah Martinez, a threat on track in multiple events

His trainer calls him the “face of the franchise”. East High School junior Leyah Martinez is quickly becoming a household name on the track. A hurdle, a sprinter and a long jumper, Martinez went to the freshman state in the 100 and 300 hurdles, finishing eighth in both. This season, …

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Tom Lin Makes His Debut With ‘The Thousand Crimes of Ming Tsu’

“Historically the Western has been this super masculine genre — the male cowboy, the male rancher, the male outlaw,” North said. “It’s a genre that was ripe to be reinvented or mined. There’s something interesting and powerful about these myths, and it can be fun and liberating to play with …

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Milford City Library Weekly News

Dave Morin’s photographic exhibition continues to be exhibited. This year’s show is dedicated to Ann-Marie Morin Adams and Eric Morin – children of Dave Morin with his wife, Elizabeth C. Morin, who passed away last year. Be sure to check out all the pics, especially a few of our favorites, …

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The funding and the drive to transform education are there – the moment must be seized

In March 2020, the lives of every American changed when COVID-19 shut down preschool learning programs, K-12 schools, and college campuses for more than 70 million American children, youth and students. Suddenly millions more parents – from baristas to bus drivers to politicians – with homebound students have been made …

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Bradley and Weiler take PING honors in all regions

History links WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – The Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA) announced that Cole bradley and Joe weiler were named PING All-Midwest Region. Weiler is taking home all-region honors for the second time after being nominated last year. Weiler has had an outstanding senior season, leading the team …

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Raima decodes why supernatural genre is popular

Actress Raima Sen appears in the new web-show “The Last Hour”, and the supernatural crime drama has kept lovers of the genre happy. “(It is) the fact of the unknown,” says Raima, on what makes the supernatural genre appealing. “We are all intrigued by what we don’t know about and …

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The library brings back a series of summer activities | New

The Warren County Public Library’s in-person summer activity series returns in 2021 after the coronavirus pandemic shut down many library activities last summer. Courtney Stevens, WCPL’s community outreach manager, said there will be several awards up for grabs this summer for children and adults who participate in the WCPL Reading …

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Nelson County 2021 graduates ‘stronger’ after unprecedented year | Education

In his remarks, Foley thanked family, friends, mentors and loved ones as well as educators whose impact “extends in and out of the classroom.” Foley said the older people who graduated that day were very different from the freshmen who entered high school four years before, having been touched by …

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Marshmello Talks Working With Juice WRLD And Keeping His Face Hidden: Interview

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – MAY 23: Marshmello poses backstage for the 2021 Billboard Music Awards, … [+] broadcast on May 23, 2021 at Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Rich Fury/Getty Images for dcp) Getty Images for dcp In just a few years, Marshmello has become one of …

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