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ROBERT PRICE: What is your bias towards current events? Centennial Children Produce Simple Sorting Tool | Robert Price

Politicians and pundits disguised as journalists have always concealed the truth to advance their agendas. This shouldn’t be news to anyone. But, as I’ve said before here, the manipulation and opinionalisation of the news in recent years seems more insidious than ever. And we, as news consumers, do an incredibly …

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🌱 Rent My Equipment App + Hamilton Co. Student Calls For Change

Up and over to them, Chattanooga! Let’s get you caught up to start this day on an informed note. Here’s everything you need to know about what’s happening around Chattanooga today. First, today’s weather forecast: Partly sunny and cool. High: 45 Low: 24. Here are the top 3 stories in …

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The Sunday Essay: On Holding a Notes App

In a world of organized social media feeds, Sharon Lam revisits the beautiful chaos of her notes app. The Sunday Essay is made possible with the support of Creative New Zealand. Original illustration by Sofia Drescher. First published September 19, 2021. “Since the note is in my notebook, it probably …

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Grateful students of 97-year-old retired teacher pay to cover bills

In the 1947 film “It’s a Wonderful Life”, an angel named Clarence helps a discouraged man see the positive impact he has had on the lives of many people. For Rose Sleigh, 97, her angel is called Joshua. In 1976, Joshua Lazerson was a student in Sleigh’s Advanced Placement English …

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Holston High Brings Artistic Side to Students in Floral Design Class | Local news

From left to right, Holston High School students Dalton Campbell, Brian Cordell, Jackson Williams and Austin Hollick use fresh flowers to create a floral arrangement. Horticultural students are enrolled in a floral design course this semester that teaches the artistic side of horticulture. Madeline Statzer and Lane Blevins, both horticulture …

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Constitution fetched a mind-boggling price at auction – as it should

In a Georgian Revival building not far from where James Madison and the Founding Fathers drafted and debated the intricacies of the United States Constitution is an impressive collection of documents and books dating from this era. Among these documents held at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania (HSP) is one …

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🌱 Huntsville + Skate in the Park transportation payment app

Good Friday, neighbors! Keep everyone up to date with what’s going on locally, including: Emergency rental assistance is available Transit Payments App Comes to Huntsville Skate in the Park is back! Well done to our first local sponsor, Martinson & Beason, PC they provided trusted legal advice in Huntsville since …

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Judge this book by its cover

Beacon Artist Union hosts its 200th show The honor of showing works at the 200th exhibition organized by the Beacon Artist Union (BAU) goes to Stephen Derrickson, one of the collective’s most recent members. Lie, Myopia, Amnesia, Atopy opens at the Main Street Gallery on November 13. Stephen derrickson Derrickson’s …

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Chicago asks Hockey Hall of Fame to cover Stanley Cup assistant’s name

Chicago NHL team owner Rocky Wirtz wants Hockey Hall of Fame to cover assistant coach’s name engraved on Stanley Cup after assistant accused of sexually assaulting a player in the team’s race to the 2010 championship. In a letter to Hall of Fame President Lanny McDonald dated Thursday, Wirtz writes …

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Blackhawks’ Stan Bowman quits after covering up sexual assault

Stan Bowman’s 12-year reign as General Manager and President of Hockey Operations for the Blackhawks is over. Archer and right-hand man Al MacIsaac, once the two most powerful people in the Hawks’ hockey operations, were sent off on Tuesday. Their departures make headlines in an organizational overhaul passed after the …

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Do you like that viral magazine cover? You must know Jill Demling’s name, she’s probably responsible for it

What makes an iconic magazine cover? As you can see from the number of names listed on the header inside the glossy pages, every shoot is the lasting legacy of a visionary team of editors. But, one woman in particular has to thank for two decades of celebrity covers that …

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Third Cover: Week 5’s Best College Football Bets

The fifth week clashes are exceptional, with two matches between a pair of Top 10 opponents and another clash between the Top 15 teams. Notre Dame vs. Cincinnati – 2:30 p.m. ET Silver line: Notre-Dame +105 Cincinnati -125Against the spread: Notre-Dame -5.5 Cincinnati -2.0WHERE: 50.5 The Cincinnati Bearcats are set …

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The Sunday essay: on managing a notes application

In a world of organized social media feeds, Sharon Lam revisits the beautiful chaos of her notes app. The Sunday Trial is made possible with the support of Creative New Zealand Original illustration by Sofia Drescher “Since the note is in my notebook, it probably means something to me. So …

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