Unclear how many DPS substitutes will show Monday if teachers strike
DENVER -- If its teachers strike on Monday, Denver Public Schools officials plan to fill classrooms with substitute teachers and central office employees. But not every sub in the district is willing to go back to the classroom if it means not standing with their educator colleagues. “Walking into a strange school where the students don’t know me, the teachers don’t know me, I think would be a very, very difficult job,” said Susan Cooper.
What to do at the PA Farm Show: Monday, January 7
Things to know before you go ... Admission is free! The best time to arrive is between 9 a. m. and 12 noon. The busiest times are weekends, and weekdays from 3:30 p. m. to 5:30 p. m. Only service dogs are permitted at the facility during the Farm Show. No dogs are permitted in the poultry area. Dress appropriately. January can be very cold, and at times shuttle buses can be delayed due to traffic issues. What are the show hours? Friday…
Wilmer-Hutchins' Marching Band Raised $100,000 to Play Sugar Bowl Halftime Show Monday
Sha Brewer, president of the Wilmer-Hutchins High School marching band’s booster club, was still sewing patches to band uniforms Wednesday, just days before she would pile into a bus and head to New Orleans, along with 80 high school students, marching band staff members and chaperones. Five years after forming, the...
How Long Can the Government Remain Shutdown? on iHeartRadio
Stream the WIBA Clips episode, The Dan Conry Show Monday Hr. 1 - How Long Can the Government Remain Shutdown?, free & on demand on iHeartRadio.
How to watch Mercury transit the sun in rare event on Monday
Astronomers and sky watchers will be ready for a rare celestial event taking place Monday, November 11th. That's when Mercury, our innermost planet, passes directly between Earth and the sun.
Want to see Mercury parade across the sun Monday? Here’s what to know.
This should brighten your Monday: Mercury will make a rare pass across the sun
Forget blue moons. Even more rare is when the planet Mercury passes right across the middle of the sun, and it's happening Monday. A Mercury transit, as it's called, occurs only 13 times in 100 years, according to NASA, and it won't be seen from North America again for another 30 years, or from anywhere until 2032.
This Should Brighten Your Monday: Mercury Will Make A Rare Pass Across The Sun
(CNN) -- Forget blue moons. Even more rare is when the planet Mercury passes right across the middle of the sun, and it's happening Monday. A Mercury transit, as it's called, occurs only 13 times in 100 years, according to NASA, and it won't be seen from North America again for another 30 years, or from anywhere until 2032.
Mercury is making a rare transit across the sun on Monday. Here's how to watch.
Mercury only passes in front of the sun about 13 times a century. And it's a goldmine for scientists.
How To Watch Mercury's Rare Transit In Front Of The Sun
Mercury crosses in front of the sun on Monday morning in a rare celestial event. Kelly Beatty (@NightSkyGuy), senior editor at Sky and Telescope, tells us
How to watch rare Mercury transit of the sun on Nov. 11
Tune in Monday. Mercury won't pass in front of our closest star again until 2032.
A rare Mercury transit will happen Monday; here's what you need to know
On Monday you'll have a unique opportunity to see a planet glide across the face of the sun.
Here’s What You Need to Know to Watch Monday’s Rare Mercury Transit
On Monday, the planet Mercury will make a rare transit across the face of the Sun. Here's what you need to know to see it (including live streams).
How to watch Mercury transit the sun Monday for the last time until 2032
Tune in right now for this rare space sight. Mercury won't pass in front of our closest star again for years.
Mercury is making a rare ‘transit’ across the sun. Here’s how to watch.
Skywatchers around the world have the opportunity to witness a rare astronomical event Monday that occurs just 13 times each century.
How to watch Mercury travel across the face of the Sun on Monday
This transit will start at 7:35 AM ET and will last for about five and a half hours
Mercury Passes in front of Sun on Monday; How to See It and Where to Watch
It won't happen again until 2032, but you won't see it this time unless you have the right tools
How to Watch Mercury Transit the Face of the Sun on Monday
A rare event is occurring on Monday: The planet Mercury is passing directly between the Earth and the Sun. This is called a transit, and it occurs only 13 times every 100 years. The last transit of Mercury was in 2016, and the next one won't be until 2023, so you should take the chance to view this event.
These five stats show why Monday’s Chiefs-Rams game could be a barn burner
These five statistics show just how rare it is that two NFL offensive powerhouses will be squaring off when the Los Angeles Rams play host to the Kansas City Chiefs on “Monday Night Football.”
"Putting on a Show"
First Baptist Church of Williams October 23, 2016 "Putting on a Show" Visit us online - www.fbcwilliams.org Like us on Facebook - facebook.com/...