Before this pandemic, waking up and sitting down to boring class was appalling and I felt like there was nothing I would like to do less. However, now I come to my classes excited. I am delighted that teachers see me in person and can associate my name with my face. I am delighted to …

Congressman Chris Jacobs (NY-27) received the Adult Education Champion Award presented by the Coalition on Adult Basic Education. Congressman Jacobs received the award from Lisa Lee – Executive Director of CORE Learning Centers and State Advocacy Fellow for the Coalition on Adult Basic Education. “Congressman Jacobs has answered our call and has advocated tirelessly on …

Children learned how important it is to keep the streets clean as part of the Renfrewshire Council’s Team Up to Clean Up campaign. Campaign staff visited primary schools during Spotless September where they attended a presentation on what the campaign entails and how they could inspire their friends and parents to get involved. Garbage collection, …

REMUS – Following school closures due to absences and illnesses in several districts, some school authorities are re-examining guidelines for safe school education. On Monday, September 13, the Chippewa Hills School District School Board convened for its monthly meeting and heard several parents voice their concerns about the hiding and the board’s decision-making. During the …

A Michigan man who was injured by a Vestal Police Officer in a bizarre encounter on Highway 17 admitted to pointing an air pistol at the officer before he was shot. Colin Yurick, 30, of Brighton, Mich., Pleaded guilty Tuesday in Broome County court to one count of attempted threat against a police officer. A …

With COVID cases continuing to rise, Adena’s health system is rescheduling elective surgeries that require an overnight stay in the hospital. As of Wednesday, September 15, Adena Health System reschedules her elective surgeries at a later date that require an overnight stay in the hospital until next week. This temporary change is being made out …

Fri 10/09/2021 – 16:58 pm | By: David Tisdale She believed she could so she did. That’s the motto of Wilicia Kelly McClendon, a transfer student who begins her first semester at the University of Southern Mississippi (USM) this fall, bringing with her to the Hattiesburg campus a determination that has served her well as …

Marcie Mack Oklahoma CareerTech touches and improves the lives of Oklahoma residents in many ways. With more than 426,000 registrations, the CareerTech system provides education and training to individuals and businesses in a myriad of specialized and personalized opportunities. One of the strengths of our CareerTech system is its accessibility and flexibility. Students in Grades …