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The Russian military left his hometown of Kharkiv; Sweden and Finland applied to join NATO; and Thursday was international Vyshyvanka Day. University of Missouri Ukrainian student Vlad Sazhen wore a vyshyvanka, a traditional Ukrainian embroidered shirt, on Thursday to celebrate. He spoke in Galena Residence Hall at MU. The day is a big holiday in Ukraine and...
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by Laura Cummins | 21 May 2022 Life is busy and hard and so is raising children. Doing this alone and juggling work, school and daily life can become increasingly overwhelming. We are pro multi-taskers! Photo credit: MBI / Alamy It’s a lot for two parent families, after all, they say it takes a village...
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A foraging expert has warned the public to be on the look out for toxic and potentially fatal plants that could be confused for edible herbs.  Geoff Dann, a British writer and foraging teacher, has outlined some of the biggest risks to novices who may be inspired by trendy foraging chefs on TV.  One dangerous...
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AIKEN, S.C. (WRDW/WAGT) – The man accused in an hourslong standoff that put schools on lockdown is the same man who was charged with hiding a gun after a 2 year old accidentally fatally shot himself in 2020. Zaylan Paige, 20, was arrested Tuesday after the standoff in the 1000 block of Gentle Bend Court...
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Barner has been participating in conflict resolution training through a nonprofit called YEAH Philly. It’s a model that teaches teens who are engaged in an argument to name their emotions, communicate their feelings and agree on a peaceful end to a dispute. “It’s just both of y’all having an understanding so it don’t get to...
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Lansing — Former Vice President Mike Pence will return to Michigan on Tuesday in hopes of boosting a petition effort to establish tax credits and a scholarship program that could help students attend private schools. The Let MI Kids Learn campaign, which has been backed by former U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, announced the upcoming...
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AKRON, Ohio (WOIO) – The Summit County Prosecutor’s Office on Friday announced a 53-year-old man has been denied parole for the “brutal” murder of two college students in 1986. Clinton Dickens is convicted of the rape and murder of 21-year-old Wendy Offredo and 20-year-old Dawn McCreery, according to a news release. Wendy Offredo and Dawn...
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Our kids outgrow their baby gear almost as fast as we buy it. While it’s easy to donate or sell baby strollers and swings, getting rid of used car seats isn’t as simple. Unlike a lot of other baby products, car seats expire and the wear and tear that can be overlooked with other baby...
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A letter reportedly circulating among Florida teachers is highlighting a thought-provoking sabotage of the state’s controversial new “Don’t Say Gay” law. Since it’s now illegal to address gender identity or sexual orientation issues in schools for students from kindergarten through third grade, the letter recommends referring to all students as “they” and “them” to avoid...
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By Dave Davies | FAFriday, April 1, 2022 Update RequiredTo play audio, update browser or Flash plugin. Copyright 2022 Fresh Air. To see more, visit Fresh Air. Scott Weidensaul has spent decades studying bird migration. “There is a tremendous solace in watching these natural rhythms play out again and again,” he says. Originally broadcast March 29, 2021....
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A fight broke out at Apollo High School the night of February 15th when Tech played a boys basketball game at rival, Apollo.  Today on WJON I talked with St. Cloud School Superintendent Willie Jett.  He says when they have potential “highly spirited” matchups between Tech and Apollo they make sure they have plenty of...
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A 16-year-old schoolboy has been reported dead after he was allegedly brutally stabbed during an altercation between students outside a high school in Pointe-Claire on Tuesday, Feb. 8.  The 16-year-old victim, Lucas Gaudet, a Grade 10 student of John Rennie High School, located in Pointe-Claire, a suburb on Montreal’s West Island, was among those involved...
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Credit: Tyler Kliem Over 150 Penn faculty members have signed onto an open letter to Attorney General Merrick Garland, urging the U.S. Department of Justice to overturn the “China Initiative” which they allege disproportionately targets researchers of Chinese descent. The China Initiative project was unveiled in 2018 during the Trump administration, with the stated purpose...
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A makeshift memorial sits outside Oxford High School in Oxford, Mich., last week. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Scott Olson/Getty Images A makeshift memorial sits outside Oxford High School in Oxford, Mich., last week. Scott Olson/Getty Images The family of Riley Franz, a student who was shot in the neck at Oxford High...
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WICHITA FALLS, Texas (KAUZ) – The motto “say something if you see something” applies here. Child sex trafficking is still happening. Vicky Payne from Southern Grit Advocacy said kids are most likely to be lured into exploitation from a family member rather than a stranger, and keeping an eye out can change things. “We need...
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This Bengaluru-based social platform brings teenagers onboard by providing them a safe environment and a creator economy By Srinath Srinivasan The last couple of years has seen the debut of several Indian social media platforms. One of the latest ones to join the bandwagon is Uable, a social commerce platform focused on teenagers. Bringing together...
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Hello everyone, my name is Justin Reutter, and I am the new public safety reporter at the Pueblo Chieftain.  I hail from Cincinnati, Ohio, where I was raised most of my life and went to college at the University of Cincinnati.  UC is where I found my passion for journalism and where I wrote for UC’s “The News...
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The Spotsylvania County School Board plans to consider removing a board policy that prevents individual board members from tasking division staff, investigating student or personnel matters or using their position on the board for partisan gain.  The board will also discuss the school division’s mask mandate, the provision of free cellphones to board members and...
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“This bill is directed at making sure that we’re keeping our children safe while they’re in school. So when our children go to school, we don’t want them to worry about will they be able to come home because there’s been some shooting or some other violent act involving guns,” said Herndon.  Here’s what the...
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