“This is a life changing policy” – CBS Denver

DENVER (CBS4) – Two new laws could help transform early childhood education in Colorado. They are making what could be the state’s biggest investment in child care while making changes to improve transparency and security. “Today is a hell of a deal,” Social Services Executive Director Michelle Barnes said as …

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Local Pride Month events start this weekend

Pride Center West Texas will host events in Midland and Odessa, up to Basin Pride on August 7 at Noel Heritage Plaza. Last year’s Basin Pride event was canceled due to the pandemic. In 2019, Basin Pride took place at McKinney Park in Odessa. On Friday, the center will host …

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TROLLHUNTERS: RISE OF THE TITANS (2021) Movie Trailer: Guillermo del Toro Brings a Mixture of Genres to a Small Town

Trollhunters Rise Of The Titans Trailer Guillermo del Toro‘s Trollhunters: Rise Of The Titans (2021) movie trailer has been released by Netflix. The Trollhunters Rise Of The Titans trailer stars Kelsey Grammer, Emile Hirsch, Charlie Saxton, Nick Offerman, Steven Yeun, Diego Luna, Nick Frost, Alfred Molina, Cheryl Hines, and Lexi …

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Celebrate Juneteenth with Cleveland Public Libraries or at other events in Northeast Ohio

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Cleveland Public Libraries have decided to help residents celebrate freedom this week with a series of programs to honor Juneteenth, the annual holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the United States. On June 19, 1865, Major General Gordon Granger informed the people of Texas that all …

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Bill will allow students with disabilities to continue their education after age 21

ALBANY – Students with disabilities enrolled in special learning programs who turned 21 during pandemic could stay in their programs until age 23 rather than ‘aging’ from public education , under legislation that was passed by the Assembly and the Senate last week. The legislation, which was co-sponsored in the …

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Governor Noem denounces Biden over White House fireworks display: ‘What a hypocrite’

South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem slammed President Biden on Tuesday after his administration unveiled plans to host an Independence Day fireworks display at the White House, weeks after authorities Federal officials rejected his candidacy to host a similar event at Mount Rushmore. In response to the White House announcement, Noem …

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Decolonizing A Proto-Genre: Author Silvia Moreno-Garcia On MEXICAN GOTHIC

Silvia Moreno-Garcia’s superb novel Mexican Gothic (out on paperback today!) is the tale of Noemi Taboada, a Mexican socialite sent by her father to check on her married cousin Catalina after they receive a disturbing letter from her. Noemi travels to El Triunfo, a small town where the Doyle family …

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Articles :: VBgov.com – City of Virginia Beach

The Oceanfront branch of the Virginia Beach Public Library (VBPL) will close for renovations starting Saturday, June 26 at 5 p.m. Customers with items on hold can pick them up at the Great Neck Area Library at 1251 Bayne Drive, starting Monday, June 28 at 10 a.m. During the shutdown, …

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Penn Graduate School of Education Faculty Recognition Award 2021

Penn Graduate School of Education Faculty Recognition Award 2021 This year, the Graduate School of Education (GSE) is honoring offending members for their student services. This award is given to professors who have gone above and beyond to help, support and / or mentor students during this academic year. These …

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The 5 rarest Mass Effect events

With Mass Effect With the Legendary Edition finally out, it’s high time fans of the franchise relive the moments that made this series great, from Garrus’ calibration to Mordin’s catchy take on Gilbert and Sullivan. It’s also a great opportunity for new players who missed the original trilogy from 2007-2012 …

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