Students learn strategic management amid temples, calligraphy and chicken feet
It was seeing Daniel Craig swim in the rooftop pool in ”Skyfall” that gave Cal State Fullerton assistant professor Lorenzo Bizzi the idea.That’s what he told the 30 business students who signed up …
Seven Duke TIP Qualifiers Recognized by Temple ISD
Temple ISD is proud to announce seven 7th grade students qualified for the national Duke TIP program. Additionally, three of those seven students qualified for the prestigious Center for Summer Studies.
Gardening 101 continues at library
BEMIDJI—The Beltrami County Master Gardeners is presenting a free lecture series, "Gardening 101" at the Bemidji Public Library, 509 America Ave. NW.The second talk will be at noon, Thursday, Feb. 23. Master Gardener Onen Markeson will present "Root Crops." Attendees will learn...
Parking concerns continue into fall semester at TWU
With new residence halls and ongoing construction at the Texas Woman’s University campus, the parking available in the heart of campus for commuters is continuing to shrink — leaving students
How Long Will This Defiance Continue?
If she walks like a rabbi and talks like a rabbi and gives sermons like a rabbi – and with a wink and a nod is treated like a rabbi – the Open Orthodox congregations employing her are violating the policies of the RCA and OU and the standards of Orthodox Judaism.
AgForestry continues to train and inspire
Adam Poush, a paraprofessional at Chelan High School and resident of Orondo, believes any time people have opportunities to grow, they should take advantage of them. That is why he entered the Washington Agriculture and Forestry Education Foundation (AgForestry) program in September of 2017.
Netters continue to live and learn
Two matches in two days against two teams that went to the WIAA State Tournament a year ago.That's what the Wildcats girls' tennis team faced against Division 2 state qualifier Amery Monday, Sept. 1, and D1 state qualifier and 9-time defending Big Rivers Conference champion Eau Claire Memorial Tuesday,...
Jackson continues to learn in Baltimore
NASHVILLE – Former Louisville quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner Lamar Jackson doesn’t get to see the field often with the Baltimore Ravens. He only played a few snaps in Baltimore’s
Temple twins take home top student film prize in Waterville
Isabelle and Phoebe Rogers' film 'Searching for Spring' won over judges at the 41st annual Maine Student Film & Video Festival, which is part of the Maine International Film Festival.
Work continues on W.Va. 10
The Herald-DispatchHUNTINGTON - Work to straighten W.Va. 10 in Cabell County continues and is on pace to wrap up by the end of next summer.
Tomcats continue winning ways
ROCK SPRINGS — Trimble basketball coach Howie Caldwell recalled back to the start of the season, and the 'break' some of the Tomcat football players received before picking up a
Alexander continues winning ways
NELSONVILLE — Alexander coach Jeff Grinstead issued a challenge to his Spartans at halftime.
► VIDEO: Protests continue outside Dublin restaurant over waiters’ tips
Dublin’s high-profile Ivy Restaurant has been criticised for holding on to card tips; year-long protests outside the restaurant continued this week. Video: Kathleen Harris
Gardening 101 lecture series continues
BEMIDJI -- The Beltrami County Master Gardeners present a free lecture series, “Gardening 101” at the Bemidji Public Library, 509 America Ave. NW. The fifth talk is at noon, Thursday, March 23. Master Gardener Cathy Peck will present “Rain Gardens.” Attendees will learn how rain gardens can help...
‘Gardening 101’ lecture series continues
BEMIDJI -- The Beltrami County Master Gardeners are presenting a free lecture series, “Gardening 101,” at the Bemidji Public Library. The third talk will be at noon Thursday, March 2, at the library, 509 America Ave. NW. Master Gardener Cathy Peck will present “House Plant Propagation.” Attendees...
GreenJackets continue their winning ways
In Lexington, Ky., Ismael Munguia had two doubles and three RBI as the Augusta GreenJackets beat the Lexington Legends 6-3 on Tuesday night.Munguia had a
Op-ed: 'IPS leadership must continue to make difficult decisions'
Our students’ and city’s futures depend on a fiscally sound and academically superior IPS.
Why drug prices continue to climb
When Dot Hinman went to the pharmacy this past December to pick up her husband's prescription blood thinners, she was told the total cost for the medication, Xarelto, would be slightly more than $1,500.
Requiring ID to vote in Iowa can continue, judge rules
DES MOINES - Elections officials in Iowa can continue requiring voters to show identity cards at the polls, a judge has ruled, while also striking down as unconstitutional some portions of a 2017 law challenged by a Hispanic civil rights group and an Iowa State University student.
Fairfax continues to mull 5G rules
The Fairfax Town Council has delayed a vote on an ordinance that would regulate 5G technology.