Monthly Archives: July 2021

Every child deserves an education (opinion)

My grandparents immigrated from Italy and none of my grandmothers could read or write. My mother, the oldest of five children, was forced out of school at the age of 14 to help support her family in the early 1930s. I was the first woman in my family. to attend …

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Your Guide To Techno Thriller Books

This content contains affiliate links. When you buy through these links, we may earn an affiliate commission. So, you read Dan Brown and Lee Child novels and don’t really know what to do with yourself anymore. You read them in a daze, maybe more than once, and then no other …

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Family + 4-H + Fun = Teton County Fair | Events

Bright lights, rides, games, music and revelry mark the peak of summer, as the Teton County Fair returns for 2021. And yet, it is in the calm of the exhibition center, in the exhibition halls and barns, in the stalls and around the dusty arena, that a year of hard …

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Columbus Metropolitan Library resumes work to fight “summer slide”

15-year-old Stevie Bentley can’t wait to head into grade 10. She is especially excited, like many children, to be back in a school building for full-time classes, as last year’s virtual learning was a challenge. “I’m pretty excited for this. Hope it will be better. … Last year was a …

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Think Tank Report Says Higher Education Funding In Virginia Is Unfair And Lacks Transparency | Education

More and more students are borrowing to pay for their studies, and they are borrowing more. The average amount borrowed by a student at a Virginia public school has more than tripled from $ 3,000 in 1992 to $ 10,500 in 2018. Adjusting for inflation, the amount of a student …

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COVID cases linked to multi-church event in Washington County

Posted: Jul 20, 2021 / 5:21 PM EDT / Update: Jul 20, 2021 / 5:21 PM EDT FILE – Health officials test new coronavirus samples. (NEXSTAR) LAKE GEORGE, NY (NEWS10) – Three local health departments are asking parishioners who attended a multi-church event between Saturday July 10 and Saturday July …

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Brown Box Theater Project Adds New Dates to Library Shakespear Tour – WISH-TV | Indianapolis News | Indiana weather

Now you can see Shakespeare’s plays all over Indiana this summer! This is thanks to the Brown Box Theater project which has now added new dates to their tour. Kyler Taustin, Artistic Director of the Brown Box Theater Project, joined us today with everything you need to know about this …

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Education Partnership and Educate Midland unite

Education is the basis for growth and success. Every child deserves the best education available, regardless of region and socio-economic status. This was the premise behind the creation of two separate education-focused organizations, established years ago by community members from Midland and Odessa. Educate Midland was organized in 2015, with …

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Beyond Books: Check out these events at your local library July 20-27

EDITOR’S NOTE: Although the state has lifted most COVID-19 restrictions, local libraries may have different entry requirements. Please contact your local library. If a listing is inaccurate or to submit an event, please contact Julie Norwood at [email protected] • Tails and Tales summer reading program: June 14-August. 8. Open for …

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