Tag Archives: high school

Obituary: Marcelle Shyne

Marcelle Shyne, 63, of Bozeman died Thursday, March 10, 2022. She was born in Bozeman to Michaela Shyne and Norman Shyne on December 7, 1958, the fourth of six children. Growing up, she attended Emerson, Willson, Bozeman Junior, and Senior High Schools. She was an avid swimmer and a member …

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Disney is struggling to fill a $5,000 100-room ‘Star Wars’ hotel

Customers who visit the “Start planning your trip” page will almost have their choice of dates until the second half of 2022. Almost any day in August, September, October, November and December are available. There are still “trips” in June and July too, including a number of weekends. According to …

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🌱 Huntington Daily: Flights to the Walt Whitman Mall + events this week

Happy Tuesday, Huntington! Let us all catch you up to start today on an enlightened note. First, today’s weather forecast: Humid in the morning, then windy. High: 42 Low: 27. Here are the top 3 stories in Huntington today: Man steals $4,300 from South Huntington store: police. A man stole …

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18th annual “Super Plongeon” set for Saturday, February 12

Through Juliette Kaszas-Hoch | to February 02, 2022 By Juliette Kaszas-Hoch BRRRAVE: The annual dip benefits the St. Francis Community Center in Brant Beach and the Southern Regional High School swim teams. (Jack Reynolds file photo) St. Francis Community Center’s highly anticipated Super Plunge challenges local residents to …

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Thorndike college principal charged with sexually touching minor

If you or someone you know needs resources or support related to sexual violence, contact the Maine Coalition Against Sexual Assault’s 24/7 hotline at 800-871-7741. The principal of Mount View Middle School in Thorndike was arrested this week and charged with three counts of unlawful sexual touching of a minor. …

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Mount View Middle School principal arrested for unlawful sexual touching

THORNDIKE — The principal of Mount View Middle School in Thorndike is due in court next month after being arrested this week on three counts of unlawful sexual touching. David A. Holinger, 41, of Belgrade, was the subject of a Kennebec County Sheriff’s Office investigation that began last month into …

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Crookston Community Calendar

22 december The Crookston Blood Drive in memory of Cheryl Steinbrink will take place from 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Trinity Lutheran Church. To register, contact Jenn at 218-368-6920 or online at donors.vitalant.org with the blood drive code: Crookston. Face masks will be compulsory. RiverView Health Pfizer vaccination clinic …

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It’s been a house for decades, but only legal for a few months

As a designer specializing in residential structures, Luis Martinez experienced this at home and has now made it his career. His design company, Studioo15, has increased over the past two years as Los Angeles residents used new state laws to add thousands of garden units. Yet about half of his …

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Mining Minds guest DeDe Barker talks about her HR career | Mining

TIM BURMEISTER Mining Editor The Spring Creek, Nevada-based Mining Minds podcast was on hiatus in September and October while the hosts took care of some business in their mining careers, but the podcast resumed in November. This summer, the 3Ds – hosts Derek Grover and Dino Brunson and guest DeDe …

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Wave of violence threatens to shatter Cancun tourism bubble

Fifty years ago, the Mexican island of Cancún was home to a small fishing village and deserted beaches. Today, it’s one of Latin America’s most visited vacation destinations, with its shores teeming with hundreds of bathers, children playing in the white sands, and young tourists looking to party. After being …

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Florence Price key figure during the Opus fundraiser

A love of classical music was instilled in Rick Adkins early on. His parents have listened to him, he says, “for as long as I can remember.” His wife, Maureen Adkins, herself gained an appreciation for the genre quite early in her life. She started piano lessons at the age …

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Kid Captain Bridgette Bissell Hopes Her ‘Fighting Spirit’ Will Help Lead Iowa To Victory

Bridgette Bissell, Kid Captain for Iowa’s game against Northwestern this Saturday, has autism and was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease in 2019. Holly the house rat crawled between the folds of Bridgette Bissell’s hoodie, stopping to snuggle comfortably into the crook of the teenager’s neck. The 18-year-old chuckled and stroked the …

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Loveland comic crowned Mrs. Colorado Senior – Loveland Reporter-Herald

Jeanne Nott, a 73-year-old Loveland resident, was crowned Mrs. Colorado Senior this month and will compete in the national pageant competition in Hershey, Penn. next September. Nott was crowned Queen at the 27th Annual Ms. Colorado Senior America Pageant on October 23 at Parker’s PACE Theater. The “Queen Joan” tribunal …

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Groups work on solutions to invasive plants and algae blooms in Belgrade’s Lake District

BELGRADE – While kayaking in August on the Serpentine Stream, which connects the northern and eastern ponds of the Belgrade Lake District, Bonny Jones noticed an aquatic plant she had never seen before. She decided to take a sample of the plant, which tangled on the surface but had no …

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The Sartell police blotter from October 1

If you have a tip about a crime, call the Sartell Police Department at 320-251-8186 or Tri-County Crime Stoppers at 320-255-1301, or go to their information site at tricountycrimestoppers.org. Crime Stoppers offers rewards of up to $ 1,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for …

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Agenda | News, Sports, Jobs

EDITOR’S NOTE: The Agenda is for nonprofit civic organizations only. Unless otherwise specified, the events listed are to be considered free and open to the public. Due to many entries, items may only appear for a week. Entries appear in chronological order and according to available space. The submission deadline …

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Panacea & Friends meeting: Bridget Seaman’s memory honored by a food drive,

The annual Labor Day Weekend Concert at Dickinson Memorial Park is known to bring people together for a good time. Despite pouring rain this year, the annual event continued this tradition with the Panacea & Friends reunion show. This year’s event also paid tribute to one of its biggest supporters, …

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Pennsylvania community is divided over anti-racist book ban at school board meeting;

“I don’t think a moral compass will allow you to ban books on equality and mutual love,” Central York High School senior Christina Ellis told CNN. Ellis is among the students protesting the book ban in York, Pa., And wonders whether officials who decided to remove certain reading materials from …

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Beginning of the History Book for Seaver of East Catholic | High school sports

MANCHESTER – The first game in Tommy Seaver’s head coaching career could easily have become the plot of a fairytale. Seaver led his East Catholic High football team in battle against his alma mater Rocky Hill. And across the field was Terriers coach Richard Dance, a man who coached Seaver …

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Need fuel? Distribution of gas to the New Orleans Subway on Friday for residents filling generators | Hurricane center

When real estate developer Preston Tedesco got the call from Larry Morrow, he knew he had to help. Mayor LaToya Cantrell had called Morrow, a restaurant owner and event promoter, about the hundreds of New Orleans residents who have spent hours in the heat outside gas stations in recent days, …

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Mariners, Panthers, Windjammers take on high school golf seasons – Knox County Village

The regular high school golf season shifted for the Midcoast teams on Thursday, August 26, a scenario that featured a rivalry between two teams as another team headed north for a pair of games on one of the best. state route. Oceanside defeated Medomak Valley 9-0 at Rockland Golf Club, …

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Obituary: Donald J. Perkins – CentralMaine.com

Donald J. Perkins BELGRADE – Donald J. Perkins, 63, passed away suddenly on Thursday August 19, 2021. He was born in Bangor on February 18, 1958, son of Frederick V. Perkins, Sr. and Patricia A. (Curran) Perkins. Don grew up on dairy farms in northeastern Maine and Belgrade, where he …

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The Westport estate has a wine cellar converted into an air raid shelter

WESTPORT – In the late 1930s, John B. Warnock, a successful Brooklyn businessman who had made his fortune in the sugar business, purchased several plots on North Avenue, assembling a 26-acre family complex to share with his wife and two married couples. girls. Warnock and his wife moved the household …

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Prime Minister of Serbia: people will start dying from plague and cholera VIDEO – SocietyEnglish

The Prime Minister of Serbia told TV Prva that the goal of today’s Crisis Staff session is the start of the school year. Source: B92, prva Tuesday 24 August 2021 | 11:48 Photo: TV Prva “The session will focus on the start of the school year. That is why we …

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The Belgrade Ribbon Cut is tonight! You don’t want to miss it!

Story Creek Elementary School is ready to open its doors and start this school year! It’s always exciting to be in a new school with new advancements in technology, fresh paint and everything looking clean and crisp! Story Creek Elementary School was built last year with the help of a …

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Former Alabama High School Player of the Year playing basketball for Serbia at the Olympics

By Teresa M. Walker, AP Sports Writer SAITAMA, Japan – Yvonne Anderson knew that playing in the Olympics for the United States was a long shot at best. In reality, that was probably never going to happen. Yet the Arkansas native is here at the Tokyo Games and living her …

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The Sixers select the great Serbian man Filip Petrusev at No.50, Charles Bassey at No.53

The Sixers selected Serbian tall man Filip Petrusev with the 50th pick in the 2021 NBA Draft, taking a leaflet on an interesting prospect that made for an unorthodox trip to the pros. Philadelphia followed that up by adding another great man at No.53, the great man from West Kentucky, …

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Obituary: Linda Anne (Letourneau) Pelotte

Linda Anne (Letourneau) Pelotte BELGRADE – Linda Anne (Letourneau) Pelotte, 73, passed away peacefully at her home in Belgrade on Thursday July 22, 2021. She was born in Waterville on March 18, 1948, daughter of the late Gerald and Mary (Perry) Letourneau. She graduated from high school in 1966 and …

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Facility Brings Mental Health Resources to North County LGBTQ Community

A safe space for members of the area’s LGBTQ community to seek advice and support exists beyond San Diego proper. In a country where 62% of LGBTQ youth reported showing symptoms of major depressive disorder last winter, according to a national crisis intervention organization, the North County LGBTQ Resource Center …

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The book tells about what Philly was

By Tom Waring South Philly Review Queen Village sisters Natalie and Tricia Pompilio enjoyed their 2017 book collaboration, Philadelphia walking: 30 walking tours showcasing art, architecture, history, and little-known gems. “It was really, really fun. I love doing research and telling these stories, ”Natalie said. So when Reedy Press – …

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Clarence Glyndon Verzatt | Obituary

Clarence Glyndon (Glyn) Verzatt passed away on the evening of January 7, 2021 at his home. Glyn was 87. Glyn was born July 18, 1933 to Clarence P. and Leslie D. Verzatt of Helena, Montana. He and his sister Clarene moved to Billings, MT where Glyn attended Billings Elementary School …

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Verzatt, Clarence “Glyn” | Obituary

Clarence Glyndon (Glyn) Verzatt passed away on the evening of January 7, 2021 at his home. Glyn was 87. Glyn was born July 18, 1933 to Clarence P. and Leslie D. Verzatt of Helena, Montana. He and his sister Clarene moved to Billings, MT where Glyn attended Billings Elementary School …

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Local woman wins book awards | fashions

Lawton author Kimberly Jones bathed in poetic justice last month, winning multiple awards for her new book. Jones received the best-selling author’s award from Amazon for his book “The Rich Blacks Before the Emancipation of 1865”. Jones also received the first new publication in 19th century world history as well …

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Murder in Belgrade, Minnesota remains unsolved almost 40 years later

The news that awaited him there was much worse. Her brother had been killed. Authorities would later reveal that Joseph “Scriver” Olson, 75, was brutally beaten and stabbed. His death certificate, which the West Central Tribune struggled to obtain in 1983, lists exsanguination (severe blood loss) from multiple stab wounds …

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Town Square Writers to Hold Public Book Sale – The Reporter

COVID-19 has forced the Town Square Writers Group to go virtual. But the authors have kept busy, producing books during the pandemic and working on new ones. Now, six of the writers will emerge in the sun from 9 a.m. to around 11 a.m. on Friday at Pure Grain Bakery, …

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Obituary: Carole Ann LaPlante – Portland Press Herald

Carole Ann LaPlante PORTLAND – Carole Ann LaPlante passed peacefully to Spirit on June 28, 2021, comforted by the love and support of her family. Carole was born on August 17, 1943 in Portland, where she lived and worked most of her life. Carole attended Portland schools and graduated from …

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Is “The War of Tomorrow” based on a book?

The war of tomorrow, which hit Amazon Prime Video on July 2, tells the story of a future battle between humans and a terrifying alien species. The story feels like it could have been ripped from the pages of an enthralling science fiction novel. But is the new movie based …

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Waterville school forum postponed after storm damaged property of key official

Waterville School Facilities Devastation Director Doug Frame’s homestead in Belgrade from Wednesday’s destructive storm forced the postponement of a public forum scheduled for Thursday evening on school building plans, the superintendent said. The forum was scheduled to discuss a controversial proposal to build an addition of $ 6.12 million to …

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new book by Coloradan a tribute to the rural police | The gallery

Until recently, the last time John DiGirolamo spoke to a cop was about a decade ago, when he got a speeding ticket on Colorado’s Interstate 25. “Obviously, when your child goes into this type of field, it becomes more interesting,” says DiGirolamo. Her child, Megan, started as an officer in …

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Slavica Nikolic, Ronnette Riley Architect: NYREJ

Name: Slavica Nikolic, AIA LEED AP BD + C Title: partner, principal project architect Company name: Ronnette Riley Architecte Real estate associations or organizations of which you are currently a member: AIA What brought you to your current profession? I entered the architectural field at the age of 19 (college) …

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New wildfires burn 4,300 acres in Warm Springs Preserve, 1,000 acres in Klamath County, rapid evacuations

(Update: fires spread much more, update on evacuations) BEND, Ore. (KTVZ) – A one-day, wind-fanned wildfire on the Warm Springs Indian Reservation, southeast of Mount Hood, exploded to about 4,300 acres on Saturday night, while that a new fire in Klamath County quickly reached 1,000 acres north of Bonanza, with …

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