Monthly Archives: August 2021

20 fun things to do this week (08.30.21)

Attention please: the guys from Trick Dog have opened a new bar, Chezchez. Their menu has a whole Bloody Marys section and they also have a parklet. You know what to do. Plus, see the “My Park Moment” photo exhibit in the Presidio, grab a table in Fiorella’s new restaurant, …

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Poor air quality in area cancels events, shuts some businesses – CBS Sacramento

FOLSOM (CBS13) – Poor air quality canceled plans for the weekend across the region as smoky skies sent more people inside. Sutter Health Park in West Sacramento was left empty on Saturday as the game between the Sacramento Rivercats and the Reno Aces was postponed. In Folsom, a quintessentially bustling …

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Spring Test Results Reflect Pandemic Learning Loss | Education

Among the subgroups, the percentage of proficient or advanced students in reading was 78% for Asian Americans, 68% for post-ELL students, 60% for Native Americans, 58% for whites , 49% for low income students of all races, 48% for Latinos, 48% for multiracial students, 41% for African Americans, 15% for …

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Reading Winners Named by Library for Summer Program | News, Sports, Jobs

Pictured left are Anderson-Lee Library Summer Reading Program Grand Prize Winner Bobbi Kilburn and Anderson-Lee Library Children’s and Young Adult Program Coordinator Amy O’Connell. Adult Grand Prize Winner. SILVER CREEK – The Anderson-Lee Library, 43 Main Street, Silver Creek has named the Grand Prize winners for its summer reading program. …

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Retro Futurism 101: Definition, Aesthetic, Fashion Examples

Retro-futurism for everyone; what do the ‘Back to Future 2’ sneakers and Elon Musk’s Cybertruck have in common? Both are Retro-futurism creations, with some critical differences. ‘Back to Future 2’ sneakers are a piece of ‘Proper Retrofuturism,’ revealing how previous generations thought their future might look like. On the other …

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Americans share their horror stories about medical debt

Medical debt remains a uniquely American problem. An estimated 17.8% of Americans had medical debts in collection as of June 2020, according to a study by Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), which analyzed consumer credit reports between January 2009 and June 2020. The average amount of debt was …

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Big Brother 23 week 7 recap: it’s goodbye baby D

After Britini got the boot and became the first housguest to be part of the Big Brother 23 jury, the rest of the house rushed to a timed HOH balance beam competition, where Derek X lost to Sarah Beth by a split second, which went on to become the HOH …

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Idaho murder featured on national television Sunday

A murder that happened at one of Meridian’s Walgreens is the subject of a TV docu-series which airs this Sunday on the Featured news channel. If you lived in Idaho, especially in the Treasure Valley, you will remember the murder of Emmett Corrigan, husband, father and pillar of the community. …

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Former LPS teacher appointed to public education post | Community news

OKLAHOMA CITY – A former Lawton Public School teacher has been appointed to a position with the Oklahoma State Department of Education. Kathy Dodd has been appointed Director of Innovation and Deputy Superintendent of Federal Programs for the Oklahoma State Department of Education, according to state Superintendent of Education Joy …

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Behavioral Education and Counseling Services (BECS)

The UNR Behavioral Education and Counseling Services (BECS) was founded by Dr Larry Williams and is currently headed by Dr Matthew Lewon. BECS has been providing support and training in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to students, teachers and families in the Washoe County School District (WCSD) since 2016. BECS is …

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