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Ryan Poles reportedly is the 1st known general manager candidate to get a 2nd interview ...

Orange County Register 23 Jan 2022
<mark class="hl_orange">The New York Giants have hired Joe Schoen to be their general manager, </mark><mark class="hl_orange">the team announced</mark><mark class="hl_orange">.</mark> ... <mark class="hl_orange">The Chicago Bears added two more names to their general manager interview pool.</mark>.
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CJ staff excels in KPA 'Excellence in Kentucky Newspapers' contest

Commonwealth Journal 23 Jan 2022
In all, the Commonwealth Journal came away with 15 awards in their circulation class, which pitted the CJ against a number of other strong publications from around Kentucky. That was good enough for the CJ to place second in General Excellence in Daily Class 1, recognizing the best overall performance in the class.
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ALERT: Investors in NRx Pharmaceuticals, Inc. with Substantial Losses Have Opportunity to Lead Class Action ...

Victoria Advocate 23 Jan 2022
If you suffered significant losses and wish to serve as lead plaintiff of the NRx Pharma class action lawsuit, please provide your information by clicking here ... A lead plaintiff is generally the movant with the greatest financial interest in the relief sought by the putative class who is also typical and adequate of the putative class.
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BZU offers Arabic Language Course

Urdu Point 23 Jan 2022
Professionals including doctors, engineers, lawyers, teachers, students and other general citizens could avail benefit of the facility at Arabic Department BZU. The classes will ...
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Brescia feels weight of pandemic fatigue, moves forward with strategic plan

Messenger-Inquirer 23 Jan 2022
“Our students who were in quarantine or impacted by COVID in other ways were able to attend class virtually, which will likely continue to be a benefit down the road for athletes who travel or parents and caregivers who wish to attend class, but life, in general, makes it hard to get to a physical location,” she said ... More from this section ... .
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Reaching perfect pitch: Elementary, middle school students perform at Sing Across Nebraska

The North Platte Telegraph 23 Jan 2022
Tim Johnson. Some of the area’s best elementary and middle school vocalists let their voices be heard on Saturday ... The event, sponsored by the Nebraska Choral Directors Association, is not a competition but rather a showcase of the region’s talent ... “(The music) is more complicated than what they get in a general music class,” Kammerer said ... .
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A chance to sing: Elementary, middle school students perform at Sing Across Nebraska

The North Platte Telegraph 23 Jan 2022
Tim Johnson. Some of the area’s best elementary and middle school vocalists let their voices be heard on Saturday ... The event, sponsored by the Nebraska Choral Directors Association, is not a competition but rather a showcase of the region’s talent ... “(The music) is more complicated than what they get in a general music class,” Kammerer said ... .
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Community digest 01/23/2022

The Citizens' Voice 23 Jan 2022
Wyoming Valley. The 66th annual Fine Arts Fiesta is scheduled for May 19-22 on Public Square, downtown Wilkes-Barre ... Application deadline for the artists’ market is Feb. 28 ... Training is free ... 9 ... 4 ... Vendors will hold classes and provide demonstrations for interested shoppers. For vendor or general information, contact Cindy at craftycohorts@gmail.com.
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62% eligible school students have received jabs, says V Sivankutty

The Times of India 22 Jan 2022
At least 62% school students in the vaccinable age have received the Covid-19 vaccine as on Saturday, informed general education minister V Sivankutty ... School authorities have been given instructions to upload the details of the vaccination progress on the ‘Sampoorna’ portal of the general education department.
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Vail Resorts offers $13M to settle class-action lawsuits

Sky-Hi News 22 Jan 2022
Second, Vail’s resort locations and mountain facilities in California and Colorado are generally much larger than in the other class states, … and the named plaintiffs therefore alleged that California and Colorado class members engaged in more uncompensated travel time than in ...
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Quincy art teacher takes classes on the road

Herald-Standard 22 Jan 2022
But a few well-placed pencil strokes, added in a recent art class, brought them to life ... Nicholas tries different things all the time, sometimes refining her approach with a project from her first class to her second at a school, and while all the schools generally do the same projects at the same time, the results can be totally different.
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OFF THE BEAT | Ad astra per winter with Kansas Day

The Mercury 22 Jan 2022
Intense interest was created in the class by the fact that 62 years before that, to the very hour, General Jackson’s riflemen were peppering the British red-coats from behind the cotton bales ... The class chose Jan ... As for me, I’ll likely use my Kansas-shaped cookie cutter to make treats for my son’s preschool class.
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Task force hears from law enforcement on rising crime rate

Dispatch Argus 22 Jan 2022
SPRINGFIELD – Police chiefs and sheriffs told a panel of state lawmakers Friday that they need more resources and support from the public and the General Assembly to combat a rising rate of violent crime in Illinois ... The General Assembly made that designation official in 2003 ... The vote was made official by the General Assembly in 2005.
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Pre-K for all? NYC’s universal preschool push leaves behind students with disabilities, report finds

Bronx Times 22 Jan 2022
This compares to about 30% of white students with IEPs who were recommended for classes segregated from general education students ... For preschoolers with disabilities, it’s considered less restrictive to have them work with a traveling instructor known as a SEIT (special education itinerant teacher) in a general education classroom.
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The time is now to overturn Roe v. Wade

Commonwealth Journal 22 Jan 2022
As Indiana's attorney general, I have witnessed the need for perseverance firsthand while defending the constitutionality of our own state's commonsense abortion laws in federal court. Hoosiers are well served by our deputy attorneys general, many of whom have been fighting this and other battles for years.
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