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Resolution and vote on the salaries of s...

A resolution passed at a special meeting Thursday morning of the Platte County Supervisory Board set the salaries of Platte County elected officials until 2026, but provided for salary increases for board members who had not been agreed upon during the board discussion at its regular Tuesday meeting earlier in the week. Wage fixing for […]

“I took a picture:” Internet backs man w

The internet has recently come to the defense of a man who lashed out at his girlfriend for blaming her for his book’s frustrations. In Reddit’s r / AmITheA ** hole forum, the Publish made its way into the discussion forum with 8.1,000 votes (97% positive votes) and a leading commentary with almost 15,000 positive […]

Rome Education Council approves retireme...

At its last regular meeting in 2021, the Rome Board of Education addressed several resolutions regarding the ongoing drafting of the new district policy manual, as well as issues relating to people operations, including retirements. Patricia Wheeler, teaching assistant at Clough, and Linda Froio, typist at Strough, as well as the appointment of Jodi Marchone […]

Smackover-Norphlet board reintroduces ma...

The Smackover-Norphlet school board voted 3-2 to reintroduce a mask mandate for students and staff at a special meeting held Wednesday night. After a lengthy discussion, board members Chris Long, Stephen Crecelius and Lynn Birchfield voted in favor of the term while board members Cliff Preston and Dustin Bagwell voted against. The board has decided […]

The Recorder – Montague Selectboard, Boa

Posted: 01/06/2022 14:49:29 PM Modified: 1/6/2022 14:48:49 PM MONTAGUE – The Board of Health met on Wednesday for an emergency meeting that largely centered on mutual disappointment between the Department of Health and the Selectboard. The conversation followed a Monday night selection committee meeting in which President Rich Kuklewicz said he was “disappointed” that members […]

Tallahassee NAACP Hosts Community Discus...

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) – With detailed statistics in hand, the quest to reduce crime is on in Leon County. As commissioners review policy, the Tallahassee NAACP opened the floor to hear thoughts from the community. “It gives us an idea of ​​where we need to start,” said Willie Williams. In November, the Sheriff’s Office of […]

LCPS adopts a gender inclusion policy an...

LAS CRUCES – After months of discussion and dozens of public comments, the Las Cruces Public Schools School Board has approved a new gender inclusion policy. Twenty-one community members spoke ahead of the board vote on “JBD Policy: Gender Inclusive Schools” at the first school board meeting in 2022, held at the Karen Trujillo administration […]

The Truth is the First Victim of the PYL...

The proposed ban on Critical Race Theory (CRT) pushed by three school administrators newly elected to the Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified School District Board (PYLUSD) brings the education of thousands of students to a place where no democracy should go. Censorship is not American. To take away academic freedom and undermine public education is anti-American. Yet […]

New leadership appointed to Brunswick co...

Brunswick City Council President Jim Mason (left) and School Board President Beth Bisson (right). Courtesy of Mason and Bisson New presidents and vice-presidents were appointed to Brunswick city council and school board on Monday. Jim Mason was unanimously elected president of Brunswick City Council, succeeding former councilor John Perreault who did not seek re-election in […]

Several items to be discussed at the Jam...

The agenda for the January meeting of the James City County Planning Commission includes several items for discussion. (WY Daily file) JAMES TOWN COUNTY – The James City County Planning Commission (JCC) will hold its monthly meeting on Wednesday January 5 at 6 p.m. in the Council Chamber of the County Government Center, 101 Mounts […]

The mandate of the Marion school mask to...

President Eric Cummings said the Marion County School Board will have a discussion Thursday on whether to reinstate a mask warrant, with a opt-out provision, now that COVID-19 is spreading rapidly again throughout the county. Since the last week of school before winter break, countywide COVID-19 cases reported by the Florida Department of Health have […]

District 186 board of directors meets on...

Although members of the administration and education council of Springfield School District 186 continue to monitor COVID-19 local numbers in preparation for the return from winter break on january 10, at least one school board member would like to see student testing better. Other schools in the region are resuming classes this week after a […]

Harrietstown pulls back under the wire |...

SARANAC LAKE – Members of Harrietstown City Council have chosen not to allow licensing of cannabis dispensaries and consumption lounges at this time, voting on Thursday – a day before the deadline to opt out. Town supervisor Mike Kilroy said this would only apply to areas of town outside of the village of Saranac Lake. […]

Zoning Council Chairman: OC Council Made...

While that vote was unanimous, Quinn’s initial choice for the job was not. Earlier in December, a divided council chose Quinn over Robert Becker, the current second alternate zoning council member, after closed-door talks with the two and another candidate. Divisions over board appointments are extremely unusual in Ocean City. Contacted on Wednesday, Buck declined […]

Table 9-R does not work for all district...

At the Durango 9-R School District Board of Directors meeting on November 30, an agenda item titled “Public Mandate on Suggested Vaccines” was discussed at 9:22 pm by principals Kristin Smith , Erika Brown, Andrea Parmenter, Rick Petersen and Katie Stewart. Directors cited the basis for this agenda item being an email they received from […]

The Day – Municipal meetings

Lyme East Monday – East Lyme Public Library Board of Trustees, 7 p.m. East Lyme Room with Mask and Vaccination (no Zoom option). Tuesday – Historic Properties Commission, 7 p.m., Town Hall, Conference Room 1 (upstairs). Wednesday – Special town hall meeting to discuss the use of American Rescue Plan Act funds, 7:00 p.m. Town […]

Year in review: the school board remaine...

From how students attend schools to construction projects, the Education Council has discussed a range of topics in 2021. If a year could make a big entrance, 2021 has made it for Newtown Public Schools: In January, all Newtown Public School buildings opened for full student learning. A new schedule was implemented later in the […]

The City of Leiden Is the Only Municipal...

PORT LEYDEN – The Town of Leyden is the only village or town in County of Lewis that has not chosen to opt out of the provision of the Marijuana Regulation and Taxation Act that allows adult marijuana-focused businesses like dispensaries, cafes and bars to open in the city. Mayor Rosalie White said the decision […]

at parole hearing, David Gilbert describ...

By KAREN MATTHEWS, Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) – Former Weather Underground radical David Gilbert described his journey from nonviolent activist of the 1960s to potential revolutionary in a 4.5-hour hearing before the Committee of the Liberation Commission parolees from New York State who approved his parole in October, 40 years after serving as a […]

Amherst and Hadley’s health boards to di

Posted: 12/29/2021 22:17:51 PM Modified: 12/29/2021 22:17:24 PM AMHERST – An emergency Board of Health meeting scheduled for Thursday evening will consider whether certain companies may be required to require customers to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination. Amherst Health Director Jennifer Brown said on Wednesday that no policy had yet been written, but the Department […]

Relaunch the ARTA discussion | News, Sp...

For the publisher: Adirondack Recreational Trail Board of Directors, Members and Planners Advocates: As Old Forge to Tupper Lake rail restoration continues, the tragedy of the state’s Unity Management Plan for the corridor grows . The more work and money spent on restoration, the longer and more difficult it will be to change: “Cast logic.” […]

Email to Senator McConnell could be cons...

Last year, I wrote about the Howard Weiss lawsuit for sending eight emails to Senator Mitch McConnell and about Justice Charles Breyer’s conclusion that the emails did not fall under the “true” exception. threats ”to the First Amendment. (I also noted that Justice Breyer rejected the government’s claim that the messages could be punished as […]

Wexton Visits Village of Waterford to He...

Members of the Waterford community met with Congresswoman Jennifer Wexton (D-10) on December 13 to discuss infrastructure improvements planned for the village of West Loudoun. The meeting began at the home of Cate Magennis Wyatt in the presence of ten members of the Waterford Foundation and the Waterford Citizens Association. Wyatt explained that the two […]

Does Etsy Search Put Popular Items Befor...

Sellers discussed their frustration with Etsy’s search engine in a recent thread, and a seller shared their theory as to why searching for a specific item shows irrelevant ads in the results. The original poster stated that finding a specific sewing pattern – including name and number – would result in listings for other pattern […]

Construction set to take off at Santa Fe...

Soon, flying from the Santa Fe Regional Airport should be more convenient and for more passengers. The city is set to kick off a more than $ 20 million project to modernize and expand the terminal and parking lot, airport manager Mark Baca said. The project will add approximately 9,000 square feet to the airport […]

Provisional sales package for the old CH...

The deal can finally be made and students can once again wander the halls of the old Clarksdale High School building. The Clarksdale Municipal School District Board of Directors has again discussed and deliberated on the potential sale of the former Clarksdale High School property to Clarksdale Collegiate Public Charter School. But this time, there […]

HOA Homefront – Questions From Readers:

Q: Prior to our monthly board meetings, agendas are provided to each owner the week before the meeting. Occasionally, the Board of Directors holds a special public meeting. We know that notice of the agenda for a special public meeting must be provided to the community 4 days before the meeting. What is “four days” […]

From the Editor: Here are the top 10 Osh...

In its latest post from 2021, the Oshkosh Examiner provides the editor’s take on the 10 most important trends and stories of the year. Be sure to check out the reviewer’s list of the 10 titles that have garnered the most attention on the internet. 10. Oshkosh Defense wins major contract but sends work out […]

County commission seeks solutions for a ...

FRESH WATER COUNTY – The Sweetwater County Commission will review the Sweetwater County Fire Department to see if the service can operate more efficiently. At the December 7 Commission meeting, Commissioners Mary Thoman and Roy Lloyd were reluctant to approve the hiring of two engine managers for the fire department, saying they needed to start […]

NSGold signs definitive agreement – Guru

BEDFORD, NS / ACCESSWIRE / December 23, 2021 / NSGold Corporation (TSXV: NSX, Financial) (“NSGor“) is pleased to announce that it has entered into a binding acquisition agreement dated December 22, 2021 (the”Acquisition contract“) and related agreements with 13611647 Canada Limited (the”Buyer“), a newly incorporated wholly owned subsidiary of Atlantic Mining NS Inc. (“Atlantic“), whereby […]

Members held a discussion on the JNAU co...

Journalist : Jawaharlal Nehru Agricultural University (JNAU) Vice-Chancellor Dr Pradeep Kumar Bisen chaired the 230th meeting of the University’s Management Board on Wednesday. The meeting officials had important discussions about the convening ceremony to be held in March 2022. Simultaneously, they discussed the payment of arrears of the 7th salary committee between employees, various administrative, […]

Lake George Trustees to Apply for Grant ...

LAKE GEORGE – The village council met this week to discuss the possibility of a third study on the pros and cons of dissolving the village in the town of Lake George. The discussion arose after the study was proposed and the board was tasked with choosing a company to carry it out. At Monday’s […]

HeartBeam names Alan Baumel – GuruFocus.

HeartBeam, Inc. (NASDAQ: BEAT), a developing digital healthcare company with proprietary ECG telemedicine technology to bring new capabilities to cardiovascular disease, has appointed Alan Baumel as COO. For more than 35 years, Mr. Baumel has built a reputation as a highly experienced professional in product development, manufacturing, quality assurance and regulatory affairs. He has a […]

Short-Term Rental Law Advances In Ithaca...

ITHACA, NY – Short-term rental legislation in the city of Ithaca proved controversial during the city’s public hearing on December 13. The legislation is the result of four years of work by the city to address short-term rental issues, namely noise and nuisance from tenants and people buying multiple homes to use them for rental […]

Spectators expressed their displeasure a...

OCALA — Those who attended Tuesday’s meeting of the Marion County County Commissioners Council left disappointed as they expected the council to send a firm letter to state officials advising them not to not build the proposed road for the northern toll highway extension across the county. While individual commissioners have told the nearly 200 […]

School board approves vaccine or weekly ...

TR PHOTOS BY SUSANNA MEYER —Left to right, School Board President Sean Heitmann, Superintendent Theron Schutte and Board Member Leah Stanley. Schutte advocated for vaccine approval or the weekly testing mandate to bring the CMSD into compliance with OSHA, and it was passed unanimously. The Marshalltown School Board approved a group of policies requiring proof […]

Performance Shipping Inc. Adop – GuruFoc

ATHENS, Greece, December 20, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Performance Shipping Inc. (NASDAQ: PSHG), (the “Company”), a global shipping company specializing in tanker ownership, today announced that its board of directors The directors have unanimously adopted a shareholder rights agreement (the “Rights Agreement”) and declared a dividend of one right (the “Right”) for each ordinary share […]

Canoo expands its management team T

JUSTIN, Texas, December 20, 2021 JUSTIN, Texas, 20 December 2021 / PRNewswire / – Canoo Inc. (Nasdaq: GOEV) Canoo today announced key executive appointments to execute its business and manufacturing strategy. Sohel Merchant, who joined the company in 2017 as one of its founders, has been promoted to Chief Technology Officer, Automotive. Mr. Merchant, most […]

Tennessee Licensed Teacher Matthew Hawn ...

Matthew hawn, the Sullivan County teacher fired from classes on the role of race in American society, told Knox News he intends to go ahead with any means available to cancel his dismissal in June, a decision confirmed last week by the school board on 5 -1 votes. Hawn said he would appeal to Sullivan […]

What’s new in City Press: Home Secretary

Home Secretary will not budge on Zim exemption permits Home Secretary Aaron Motsoaledi has vowed to move forward with the termination of Zimbabwe’s Exemption Permits (ZEPs) when they expire at the end of this month, despite “enormous” pressure from the government. Zimbabwean government and pressure groups not to do so. Schools will be obliged to […]

When is the next Steam sale? Steam Wint...

On the heels of a successful event in November, Valve is set to launch its next big Steam sale before the end of the year. PC gamers will soon have a new list of discounts to check out as they prepare for Christmas, and there are high hopes for some shattering winter deals. Black Friday […]

Lawsuit filed by a group of parents agai...

A lawsuit has been filed against the Searcy School Board and the District Superintendent over the mask warrant which was reinstated for this week. Court records show that the lawsuit was filed Wednesday in White County Circuit Court by a group of 11 “birth parents of school-aged children attending Searcy School District School.” Although the […]

Battle over property rights / developmen...

December 17 – MAGGIE VALLEY – Every seat was busy Tuesday night when the community of Maggie Valley came out in force, but the crowd was eerily silent as public commentary came and went with few addressing the elephant in the room – regulations on land use in the city. At last week’s agenda setting […]

Brown County 4-H News & Updates

Dates to remember December 21 – Consumer decision-making meeting 5:00 p.m. at the extension office 24-27 – Extension office closed for the Christmas holidays January 3 – Extension office closed for the New Year 9 – 15 – Brown County Youth Fair 17 – Extension office closed for Martin Luther King Jr Day Information meeting […]

HOMER-CENTER REAFFIRMS POLICY ON MASKS I...

On Thursday evening, the Homer-Center School Board had a lengthy discussion both in executive session and in public about the district’s hiding policy. The policy that was passed made the district strongly recommend but not require students to wear masks in buildings, but board chairman Michael Bertig said he would keep an eye on the […]

Jorts the cat: Unraveling the internet’s

It’s not Jorts, but it’s a very pretty orange kitty. Teresa kennett Three days ago, the internet was a divided place, full of political wrangling, crass commentary, and general unrest. It still is, but at least we can all agree on how gripping the story of Jorts the Cat is. Here is how it happened. […]

Reddit prepares its stock market listing

Reddit, the controversial discussion board that has established itself as a haven for free speech online, has begun the process of a stock market listing that could complete its transition to the mainstream. The San Francisco-based company said Wednesday evening it had filed a confidential dossier for an initial public offering with the Securities and […]

Everi Announces Senior Executive – GuruF

LAS VEGAS, December 15, 2021 LAS VEGAS, December 15, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The board of directors of Everi Holdings Inc. (NYSE: EVRI) (“Everi” or the “Company”), a leading provider of land and digital casino game content and products, Financial Technology and Player Loyalty Solutions, today announced that the Chief Executive Officer Michael D. […]

State Comptroller’s Office Discovered Co

TURIN – The state comptroller’s office found “prohibited interests” by three members of the South Lewis Central School District board of directors in district contracts during a regular audit this year. According to the office’s audit report, two board members “were employed by companies that won contracts totaling more than $ 22 million as of […]

TIP R-IV: Hiring of a new bus driver, di...

Board Chair Jarred Brown opened the December 9 regular meeting of the North Wood R-IV School Board. The following people were in attendance: Aaron Brooks, David Massengale, Wes Mobray, Ron Hedrick, Jarred Brown and Dave Tiefenthaler. Jenna Dunn was absent. Jeff Dodson, Lois Stacy, JC Flores and Mike Manes were also in attendance. Brown welcomed […]

Capitalab completes its second EUR – Gur

LONDON, December 14, 2021 LONDON, December 14, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Capitalab, a division of BGC Brokers LP, an entity within the BGC Partners, Inc. (NASDAQ: BGCP) group of companies, in conjunction with Eurex, has successfully completed its second round of option compression multilateral EURO STOXX 50 with limited risk. The cycle included approximately […]

Was the UNC Chapel Hill Trustees’ vote f

The UNC-Chapel Hill board met remotely to approve the hiring of UNC-CH professor Chris Clemens as rector. They did not say what they were voting on. A UNC-Chapel Hill hiring process that has previously been criticized for its lack of transparency resulted in a board vote that may have taken place illegally. Campus administrators on […]

Bristol Myers Squibb Announcement – Guru

Bristol + Myers + Squibb (NYSE: BMY) today announced that on December 10, 2021, its board of directors approved a quarterly dividend increase and authorized an additional multi-year share buyback program. “The company’s financial position is strong and we remain committed to a consistent and balanced capital allocation strategy,” said Giovanni + Caforio% 2C + […]

Didn’t Camden Select’s board get the job

Yesterday afternoon I attended a “public” meeting with about 20 people called by Camden Select’s board of directors to “take stock of the tannery plot” as reported in the Penobscot Bay Pilot. The discussion was to determine what to do about a $ 200,000 federal grant the city accepted in August 2018 for the cleanup […]

These 2 actions even have a legitimate l...

TOp meme stocks are landing on retail discussion forums, such as Reddit’s WallStreetBets, due to an increase in popularity for a variety of reasons, including the potential for short squeeze, unfounded hype, and news. and legitimate developments. Depending on your investment strategy, all of these reasons can come with a reward, but they can also […]

Lewis County appeals to group of lobbyis...

LOWVILLE – In an effort to be more effective in garnering state-level support for legislation that benefits the interests of the county, the Lewis County Council of Lawmakers will hire a group of professional lobbyists. Promoting the rules relating to all-terrain vehicles will be at the heart of the group’s concerns. Park Strategies LLC, of […]

Beckville ISD Board Agenda: December 13,...

Beckville ISD Board of Directors A regular meeting of the Beckville ISD Board of Directors will be held on Monday, December 13 at 6 p.m. in the Beckville ISD Administration Building, 4398 Texas 149 in Beckville. III. Discussion / Action – Consider approving the consent program. IV. Discussion-Listen to the guest speaker on the Human […]

Albany zoning ready for marijuana stores

ALBANY – A number of cities and towns in the capital region have decided not to allow dispensaries or recreational marijuana parlors to open at their borders. Not Albany. While there hasn’t been much public discussion yet, the city has included new bylaws in its proposed zoning changes to allow marijuana dispensaries and manufacturing facilities […]

Community conversation aims to create so...

NORTH STONINGTON – Do you have any idea on how to repurpose the North Stonington Education Center? Are there things you want the city to spend its share of funding the US bailout on? No matter how different or original your idea is, city officials want to hear from you. At the end of last […]

Decl. Hudson Pacific Properties – GuruF

Hudson Pacific Properties, Inc. (the “Company” or “Hudson Pacific”) (NYSE: HPP) announced today that the company’s board of directors has declared a quarterly dividend on its common shares of $ 0.25 per share for the fourth quarter of 2021. The dividend will be paid on December 30, 2021 to shareholders of record on the 20th […]

Toronto District School Board investigat...

A teacher at an east Toronto high school has been under house arrest for allegedly using a racial slur during a classroom discussion about racism. In a letter to parents and students on Thursday, the principal of Sir Wilfrid Laurier Collegiate Institute & Native Learning Center East said the school is taking the allegations very […]

Pandemic assistance has helped Milwaukee...

Milwaukee and Milwaukee County have completed their 2022 budgets, with both spending plans backed by federal pandemic aid. “Surprisingly and fortunately, both budgets were able to do without significant service cuts,” said Rob Henken, chair of the Wisconsin Policy Forum, a non-partisan organization that produces annual reviews of services. city and county budgetary. Federal aid […]

Discussion of the “Red Raider” mascot co

GASTON COUNTY, North Carolina (WBTV) – Another community chat takes place Thursday night about a Gaston County high school mascot at the center of an ongoing debate. The reunion is hosted by a South Point high school alumnus named Jason Rumfelt, who said he was presenting “the other side of this much contested debate” surrounding […]

Williamson Couty’s Board of Directors Ap

MARION – Williamson County Council finally approved the 2019 county audit on Wednesday morning. Marlo PROVIDED The 2019 audit was rejected by Illinois Comptroller Susanna Mendoza because the Public Buildings Commission audit was not submitted at the same time. Nobility Provided by Brent Gentry Kim Meyer of Hudgens Meyer, LLC. Is the county auditor. She […]

Newberg School Board Begins Discussion o...

As the Newberg School Board begins to search for a new superintendent, there is a lot to be done. The president and vice-president of the school board face recall efforts. Several lawsuits have been filed both by the school board and against the school board. And the school district has been in the national news […]

West Hartford School Board Examines High...

The Legislature’s Budget Implementation Bill prohibits cities that use team names or mascots associated with Native Americans from receiving slot machine revenue, one of the factors that prompted the school board to West Hartford discussing the Conard and Hall high school nicknames. By Ronni Newton An issue that previously sparked extensive and heated discussion was […]

The day – New London council and school

New London – The new city council unanimously re-elected longtime councilor Efrain Dominguez as chairman on Monday. Dominguez, a teacher from New London who is in his fifth term and has served the past two years as chairman of the board, is the first board member in recent history to be elected to consecutive terms […]

Pam Thompson named school board chair | ...

The chair and vice-chair of the Moore County Board of Education changed seats Monday morning in a pair of split votes to determine the board’s new leadership. The board voted 4-3 to appoint Pam Thompson as the new board chair in an organizational meeting at the start of the board working session agenda. Both votes […]

lawsuit targets school board members ove...

The two Moore County residents who are suing the Board of Education over the pending sale of the former Southern Pines primary campus now allege three school board members violated their First Amendment rights by removing critical comments posted on their social media accounts. Last week Landon White, the attorney also representing Beth Ann Pratte […]

Marcus Freeman era in Notre Dame will be...

Yes Marcus Freeman wants to become champion in Notre Dame, there are dragons that he and the program must kill. One of those dragons is the drought of Notre Dame which has now lasted 26 years without a New Year’s Six Bowl victory. Notre Dame will be playing either the Fiesta Bowl or the Peach […]

Orange County charter requests county ed...

When the Orange County Classical Academy came to the Orange Unified Board of Education in December 2019 seeking a charter to operate a K-5 school that would offer 360 students a formal education program, it was a tough sell. In a 14-page report, school district staff recommended that board members dismiss the petition, saying the […]

The Day – Municipal meeting

Lyme East Monday – Public hearing and regular meeting of the Zoning Appeal Board, 6:30 p.m., Town Hall. Tuesday – Special meeting of the Brookside Farm Museum Commission, 10 a.m., Brookside Museum; Commission of historic goods, 7 p.m., town hall. Wednesday – Finance Council, 7 p.m., town hall. Thursday – Youth Coalition, 5 p.m., Maison […]

There were 3 bouts at Illing Middle Scho...

MANCHESTER – Superintendent Matthew Geary wrote in a letter to parents on Thursday that three separate fights took place at Illing Middle School that day. “Students involved in these fights face consequences that include long suspensions from school,” Geary said. Geary did not specify the length or severity of the suspensions, nor did he mention […]

KeePass Vs LastPass – Forbes Advisor

Editorial Note: We earn a commission on partner links on Forbes Advisor. Commissions do not affect the opinions or ratings of our editors. KeePass and LastPass are popular, very effective, and highly secure password managers. While KeePass and LastPass protect your login credentials, the way you set up and use these two solutions couldn’t be […]

New principals take on key roles in Sout...

Jeffrey Wilson and Brian Pickard are stepping into new roles after being officially sworn in as directors of the South Kitsap School Board on Wednesday night. Income decisive victories in the November 2 elections, Wilson and Pickard accepted the positions of chairman and vice-chairman as board members voted to rearrange roles, which is typically done […]

Maryland State Education Officials Want ...

Members of the Maryland State Board of Education voted 12-2 to propose a new emergency mandate that would provide an “exit ramp” for school districts. The current Maryland statewide mask mandate in public schools remains in place for now. On Wednesday, members of the State Board of Education voted 12-2 to propose a new emergency […]

10 songs Taylor Swift should turn into s...

Taylor Swift’s short for the 10-minute version of “All Too Well” has fans gushing over social media and obsessed with the countless Easter eggs Taylor has put into it. With the extensive support of a short film as opposed to a music video, an artist can develop the story of their song. RELATED: 10 Fans […]

Confusion in Fredonia on meters, funding...

Fredonia officials still don’t know what to do with the downtown parking meters that were removed during the recent beautification project. They also wonder why and how the funds that could have been used to relocate them instead ended up in a budget line of the Opera of Fredonia. Missing meters and misplaced money were […]

BULLETIN BOARD: Monday, November 29 |

TODAY HCMS BOOK FAIR: The book fair will be held Monday through Friday at the Halifax County Middle School Media Center. All purchases will help raise funds to purchase more books and materials for the Middle School Media Center. The fair will be open from 8 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. each school day. FRIDAY RAGOT […]

Valley News – Plainfield Board of Direct

PLAINFIELD – Plainfield Cemeteries board members are considering how to regulate green burials and are likely to bring it to the town meeting in March as a mandate article, supporters say which are also called “natural burials”. Trustees unanimously support the Green Burial and voted at their November 19 meeting to move it to the […]

Oklahoma football forums prefer the devi...

With Lincoln Riley leaving for USC on Lord’s Day, some Oklahoma football forums prefer the literal devil to their former head coach. It went to hell in a handbag in Bedlam last night and now fans on Oklahoma football bulletin boards actually prefer the literal devil to former head coach Lincoln Riley. Oklahoma fans are […]

Minnesota Vikings to San Francisco 49ers...

The first quarter of it took place at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, with the Minnesota Vikings and San Francisco 49ers tied at 7-7. The 49ers won the toss and carried over to the second half, giving Minnesota offensive football the first. The Vikings offense was quick to hit three goals and Jordan Berry’s punt […]

Westborough is considering using ARPA fu...

By Dan Miller, Contributing writer Cars pass at the intersection of Otis Street and Route 9 in Westborough. (Photo / Dakota Antelman) WESTBOROUGH – New funding made available by the recent passage of federal infrastructure legislation could help fund proposed safety improvements at the intersection of Otis Street and Route 9 in Westborough, according to […]

New Hanover County Commissioners and Boa...

The last time the New Hanover County Board of Commissioners and the Board of Education met at the same table was on September 3, days after a shooting at New Hanover High. (Photo by Port City Daily / Williams) NEW HANOVER COUNTY – The Council of Commissioners and the New Hanover County Board of Education […]

“I’m thankful for my big brane, because

‘From babies’ mouths Including: The vision The ZOO LOU of Saint-Paul writes: “Subject: Words of Wisdom. “As I read the Sunday Pioneer Press submissions (11-21-21) by area first graders on what they were grateful for, I envisioned a Norman Rockwell painting of a classroom of enthusiastic little scholars pouring their heart and soul into their […]

New Ohio Board of Education chairman hop...

The council rescinded its anti-racism resolution and replaced it with a confusing document that could be used to protest at the local school board level against any teaching about race. Local school boards continue to be the target of small groups who believe it is inappropriate to teach about racism and its impact on people […]

Community: BRCC recognizes Native Americ...

Baton Rouge Community College hosted a Diversity Breakfast and Roundtable on November 19 in recognition of Native American Heritage Month. The month is designated to provide education about Native American tribes, to raise awareness of the unique challenges that Indigenous peoples have faced historically and in the present, and to highlight the ways in which […]

Williamstown Planning Council Continues ...

Williamstown Planning Council and Director of Community Development Andrew Groff are meeting virtually earlier this month. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. – The town council continued this month to discuss major revisions to the zoning by-law that it could make at the town meeting as early as May. But a familiar difference of opinion continues to prevent the […]

Timely information, a discussion on the ...

There is no doubt that students should go back to learning five days a week since the teaching time, for a third school year now, is less than 180 days. Until last week, students at the Guam Department of Education were split into two groups and took classes on campus alternately. This meant that it […]

School district plans to move boundaries...

Independent School District 834 will change elementary school attendance limits to accommodate growth in the southern part of the district. District staff presented the Stillwater-area Public School Board with three options to choose from in a working session on November 4. Since the council working session on November 4, the District Boundaries Committee has held […]

The discussion on the BCHRTF book presen...

International Human Rights Day is celebrated around the world on December 10. In keeping with this important day, the Bonner County Human Rights Task Force has launched an upcoming collaborative project with the library, focusing on Isabel Wilkerson’s book “Caste, The Origins of Our Discontents ”. The book explains “how America today and its history […]

North Okanagan-Shuswap School Board Cont...

School District 83 school counselors opened the discussion about mandatory vaccination for school district staff at the October 19 board meeting. (File photo) North Okanagan-Shuswap School Board Continues Mandatory Vaccination Data and Consultation No decision made on compulsory vaccination policy for school district staff 83 A closed-door discussion on a proposed mandatory vaccination policy for […]