LAKE BOTTOM, Wis. (WFRV) – If you head towards the Fond du Lac area, you might run into royalty. Eight-year-old Hailey Hopper won the Little Miss Galaxy International pageant in McAllen, Texas. She was previously Little Miss Wisconsin Galaxy and competed against girls around the world for her new title.
The Dallas City Council yesterday approved a resolution aimed at reducing the local impact of the upcoming state abortion ban. It was among the long list of items to be discussed at the Board’s first meeting after the body’s vacation in July. Councilman Adam Bazaldua drafted the resolution, which directs
Cloth Breaking Down the GRE, GMAT, and Other Graduate Entrance Exams Students taking an exam If you have a graduate degree, you’ll likely earn more and stay employed, according to a May 2022 analysis from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. And interest in higher education is on the rise.
CALEB BOZARD News T&D Intern A South Carolina State University professor is set to publish a book documenting Charleston’s historic cemeteries. Patrick Harwood, a communications instructor at SC State, has already written four books. His forthcoming publication, “Cemetery Stories: The Cemeteries of Charleston,” documents the cemeteries of 13 churches and
As Time Goes By is researched and written for the Journal-Republican by the Piatt County Historical and Genealogical Society. 75 years ago The Piatt County Farm Festival will be held on August 5. Farmers from Piatt Coimty will gather at Lodge Park for a day of picnicking, old-fashioned sightseeing and
Reading about triple-digit temperatures in Western Europe and the fires in London, there are times when I wonder if we’re going to find out, let alone make it out alive. I wonder if our anointed leaders have underestimated the seriousness of climate change and its destructive impact on the environment
Hello everyone. It’s me, Sean Peek, your Alpharetta-Milton Daily host – here to bring you all the big stuff happening locally. Let’s go. First, today’s weather forecast: Wet with some sun. High: 93 Low: 74. Here are the top five Alpharetta-Milton stories today: On Friday, July 22, Colonial Pipeline Co.,
By ALLEN G. BREEDNational AP Editor SOUTHPORT, North Carolina (AP) — Jean Heller was working on the floor of the Miami Beach Convention Center when an Associated Press colleague from across the country walked into her workspace behind the event stage and handed him a thin manila envelope. “I’m not
AUBURN — Discussing a large statue he made honoring famous abolitionist and former Auburn resident Harriet Tubman, sculptor Wesley Wofford said he felt Tubman guiding his hand. Wofford was one of several speakers on Saturday for a Tubman tribute event unveiling a cast of a statue Wofford made for a
The former Bigfoot Buffalo frontman previewed his new band for Local Spins on WYCE, which also debuted Troll tracks for Trout, Sixman, Deadflower, Perren, Jeremy Ensley and more. Incredible experience: The formation of Kyle Brown & The Human Condition. (Courtesy picture) SCROLL DOWN FOR RADIO SHOW PODCAST, VIDEO Support our
The book side of TikTok – “booktok” – is the side of the social media app where people share their love for books. People make videos to share book recommendations, post their favorite excerpts, or make fun content about reading in general. However, compared to other countries, our local booktok
We’re barely halfway to summer heat wavebut teachers are preparing their classes for the start of the school year in September. On Donors choose, a site that posts requests from educators looking to outfit their classrooms, local teachers ask for help getting everything from chairs to educational toys to laundry.
Exercise classes return to Bishop Square After a two-year hiatus, Stay Active and Independent for Life exercise classes will return to Bishop Place Senior Living at 815 SE Klemgard St., Pullman. Classes start at 11 a.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Class size is limited to 15 people. The one
JEFFERSON CITY — The Missouri NAACP is partnering with Lincoln University and local churches to honor and commemorate slaves in Osage County on Monday. This sighting came when Osage County native Julie Allen posted A History of Osage County Slaves, a book that contains public records and available history of
On June 11, members of the far-right group Proud Boys allegedly hurled homophobic slurs at a California library’s story time, sparking a hate crime investigation. At a story time in Sparks, Nevada, on June 26, protesters, including one carrying a gun, sent a library into lockdown. Get metro tickets The
It’s Christmas in July with Leslie Budewitz’s cozy new culinary mystery, “Peppermint Barked” coming out July 19th. The Ferndale author has concocted the sixth installment in his Spice Shop Mystery series. Sizzling with holiday suspense, “Peppermint Barked” is the perfect blend of comfort and crime. As the holiday season lights
COPAKE – The Roeliff Jansen Community Library, 9091 Route 22, Hillsdale, offers the following programs in July and August. For information and registration, call the library at 518-325-4101. The senior balance and strength class is offered from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. on Thursdays. Dr. Paul Spector leads the balance
A community-based non-profit organization, the Jeremiah and Felicia Aderoju Foundation (JFA), which aims to meet the needs of impoverished African communities, has reaffirmed its commitment to the advancement of education and its determination to put education at the reach of rural populations. communities, especially in Oyo State. The founder, Mrs.
While sleeping, ditching paper and pencils, putting books away and having fun in the sun may have been the order of the day to start the summer for most Cody students, many youngsters took advantage of the district’s wide variety of Summer Slam classes. There are several courses for students
Strathmore Town Library will host a weekly summer reading group for children from today, and July 7 will also see the start of a program for teenagers. The program takes place every Tuesday for kindergarten through 2nd grade, every Wednesday for 3rd and 4th grade, and every Thursday for 5th
A zoning mismatch involving dozens of Gettysburg residences could come to an end. Borough officials have begun discussions that could lead to the rezoning of lots in three locations: Colt Park behind the businesses on Steinwehr Avenue; an area near the intersection of York and Sixth streets; and another near
WESTTOWN >> West Chester Rustin made program history in 2022, winning a second consecutive American Ches-Mont Division Championship before claiming the first District 1, Class 5A softball crown. In a Golden Knights team full of talent, Kelly Fricker stood out again.Fricker put together an incredible season, earning sophomore shortstop honors
Rep. Derek Kilmer said the House Appropriations Committee has advanced new federal funding for early childhood and family support in Grays Harbor. In a statement, Rep. Kilmer said the funding supports Save the Children’s Early Childhood and Family Support Project to accelerate educational success for the most marginalized children in
NASHVILLE, TN (AP) – As Tennesseans prepare to enjoy fireworks and barbecues over the long weekend, a long list of new state laws affecting transgender athletes, whose books may be in school libraries, homeless camps and harsh criminal penalties will come into effect on Friday. In Tennessee, July 1 marks
ZACHARY BRADSHAW Special for the Daily Sun The Flagstaff Girls Softball Little League Majors team advances to the Arizona District 1 tournament after a 4-0 win over Winslow. The shutout win was marked by a terrific home plate performance from Joy Shafor, who struck out 12 and allowed just three
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This is a list of bestselling books compiled by Tattered Corners New and Used Bookstore, 247 Chestnut St., Meadville, based on local and national sales. Tattered Corners can be reached at 337-7975 or at tatteredcorners.com. hardcover novel 1. “Workout Partners” by John Grisham 2. “The Nantucket Hotel” by Elin Hilderbrand
TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) – Inflation is impacting the work of a local wildlife rescue organization on many levels. Nature’s Nursery relies on donations of time, money and supplies to help care for thousands of injured and orphaned wildlife each year. High gas prices and inflation are straining operations at this
Conewago Township supervisors learned on Monday of ongoing efforts to improve the safety and well-being of residents. Conewago Township Police Chief Gary Baumgardner showed supervisors flyers that will be distributed at the annual National Night, which will take place on August 2 this year. Conewago will join neighboring municipalities in
Father’s Day is this Sunday, so here are some local stores to pick up all the Father’s Day necessities. SACRAMENTO, Calif. – COVID-19, supply chain issues, inflation, and online shopping have had a drastic impact on local stores and gift shops in Sacramento. Father’s Day is this Sunday, and here
by Len Lear When I was an undergraduate at Muhlenberg College in Allentown, an English teacher, Dr. Harold Stenger was a legendary teacher of Shakespeare plays. He played all the roles, including the female characters, with different accents and unbridled passion. Even students who had no interest in Shakespeare –
Two women-owned startups have won the top prize in the first ever tie recorded by the annual Gauntlet Business program and competition. Rudy Media’s daughtera Roanoke-based Uptown Martinsville-based film and media operation 3D electric iriswhich uses 3D printing to create innovations for modern farms, both won prizes worth approximately $29,800
After the Civil War, one of the signs that a city had matured was the character of its schools. Public schools, though common in rural areas, were often little more than primary schools through grade six. Secondary schools could be found in major cities, but their attendance numbers were low.
Working: A Musical premieres at Parkway Playhouse June 4-18, 2022! Based on Studs Terkel’s best-selling book of interviews with American workers, Working paints a vivid portrait of the workers the world so often takes for granted: the teacher, the COVID frontline workers, the waitress, the carpenter, the mason and the
BLAKESBURG — The Blakesburg Historical Preservation Society will hold a rummage sale on June 11 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. The sale will take place in the Blakesburg Elementary School cafeteria. The Something for Everyone exhibit will include unique collectibles, antiques, furniture, books and sundries with proceeds going towards
Ravalli Republic Do you have an event or calendar item that you would like to publish in the Ravalli Republic? Please email your submission to firstname.lastname@example.org. Submit the information in paragraph form. Posters and leaflets will not be accepted. Monday, June 6 Bitterroot Public Library, 6 Book Summer Reading Challenge
By Michelle Toh, CNN Business Amazon is closing its Kindle bookstore in China, marking yet another retreat for a Western tech giant in the world’s second-largest economy. The company announced on Thursday that from July 2023, Kindle users will no longer be able to buy books online in the country.
Correspondent photo / Robert Hayes. Maplewood sophomore Caleigh Richards runs with plenty of distance between her and the rest of the field earlier this season in the 3200 at the Trumbull County Championships in Lakeview. This weekend, athletes from across the Mahoning Valley will converge on
Single mother Christie Mowry is one of Lawrence County’s newest homeowners. Along the way, she got a little help from the local United Way and its homeownership courses. The agency first offered the courses in 2020 with the support of $10,000 Friends and in partnership with Penn State Extension, collaborated
BENNINGTON – The Bennington Farmers Market will for the first time focus on local authors with a special event taking place during the market on Saturday, with four fantastic local writers and illustrators on hand to share their works and sign copies of their books. Presenting authors are Judith D.
MARTINSBURG – Caroline “Danske” Bedinger Dandridge, was a poet, horticulturist, garden writer and amateur historian who lived in West Virginia and wrote several books on the history of the area, gardening and poetry. “All of his literary works were inspired by West Virginia,” said Angela Lawrence, WVU Family and Community
The Littlestown Area School Board, in a 6-3 split vote, approved the proposed school budget for 2022-23 at its regular board meeting last week. Board members Bob Hahn, Brian Lawyer, Jennifer McClay, Dolores Nester, Carl Thompson and Yancy Unger voted to approve the proposed budget. Nikki Kenny, Shari Kruger and
See full picture Attendees at the 2022 Tahoe Women’s Community Fund Grant Celebration at Camp 4H on May 17. Photo provided. SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. — In just seven years, the Tahoe Women’s Community Fund (TWCF) has distributed $537,018 to nonprofits in the South Lake Tahoe area, with the latest
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Local author Dale Perelman often stays close to home while writing a book. This time, however, he secured a hotel. And not just any hotel. Perelman’s latest book – his ninth – focuses on Los Angeles’ infamous Cecil Hotel, a pre-Depression gem that eventually became a magnet for suicides, murders
By Fredreka Schouten and Kelly Mena, CNN A version of this story appeared in the CITIZEN BY CNN newsletter. To receive it in your inbox, subscribe for free here. Arizona election officials could face criminal charges if a noncitizen registers to vote under their watch. In Iowa, a law enacted
The sun may not have been shining on Kentucky on Saturday morning, but along Knox Boulevard in Radcliff a Derby Block Party brought some fun to the community. The Gathering Bakery, TF Games and The Healthy Lounge have teamed up for Derby-themed events and food. Summer Darnell was eating Saturday
Several businesses in the north end of Radcliff are hosting a Kentucky Derby celebration on Saturday. The Knox Boulevard Derby Block Party offers several activities at various businesses throughout the day starting at 8 a.m. Organizer Pete Countryman said it was the first block party in the area. The goal,
Mental health has become a mainstream discussion among Traverse City leaders this week, with the Traverse Area District Library (TADL) and the Northwest Michigan Coalition to End Homelessness addressing challenges related to a lack of local day shelters and disruptive user behavior of the Library, Traverse City and Grand Traverse
Marianne Cerini “The amazing thing about Anna is that the average person knows who she is,” designer Tom Ford told fashion journalist Amy Odell in the opening pages of “Anna,” a new biography of the editor-in-chief of American Vogue, Anna Wintour, published this week. “You show them a picture and
Kendall County Council District 2 candidate Dan Koukol answered Shaw Local’s election questionnaire for the Kendall County Council primary election. Voting ends for the primary election on the evening of June 28. Full Name: Dan Koukol What office are you looking for? Kendall County Council District. 2 What offices, if
WEST CHESTER — Ron Vogel, the neophyte congressional candidate who won support from area Republicans for his campaign against what he called the “woke far-left mob” has decided to drop out of his race for the seat of the 6th congressional district now held by US Democrats. Representative Chrissy Houlahan.
A Manchester council candidate has been accused of misleading voters by sending campaign letters with a local address despite not living in the area. Astrid Johnson, the Green Party candidate standing in Woodhouse Park who lives in Moss Side, used a Wythenshawe address in her letter to postal voters. Wythenshawe’s
ROANOKE, Va. (WFXR) – The nonprofit Depaul Community Resources hosted a panel at Melrose Public Library to raise awareness about the issues of foster care that affect many Commonwealth children. There are more than 300 foster children in Southwest Virginia alone, according to the Virginia Department of Social Services. And
The Dayton Autism Society 5K Walk/Run/Resource Fair for Autism Acceptance is scheduled for Saturday, April 30. Credit: Contribution Credit: Contribution The Dayton Autism Society 5K Walk/Run/Resource Fair for Autism Acceptance is scheduled for Saturday, April 30. Credit: Contribution Credit: Contribution “We continue to bounce back from the pandemic and engage
The Northeast Local Schools Board gave the floor to a public visitor who expressed displeasure with a recent decision to fire the women’s high school basketball coach for unspecified reasons. Steven Mueller, parent of one of the women’s varsity basketball team, came forward on behalf of his daughter’s coach, Kyle