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WGN NewsMichael Sheahan To purchase a copy of the book: The Roof Top Hop Michael Sheahan is a retired NYPD detective, who is also an accomplished singer, songwriter, and musician. His love of celebrating all the holidays with his wife and three boys inspired...
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Music Alumni Association scholarships The Clark County Music Alumni Association is accepting application for its music scholarships until June 12. All Clark County school students with at least one music credit who are continuing their education in...
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South Florida Parenting1611 NW 12th Ave., East Tower, Miami 305-585-KIDS jhsmiami.org With a vast array of services, 110 attending physicians, and one of the largest teaching hospitals and research centers in the country, parents can be sure their children are in good...
Your 10-year-old lies. A lot. Is this normal? Parent advice (from our panel of staff contributors) It's not unheard of, and in my experience it has to do with two things: fear of getting in trouble or a need for attention. It should be addressed...
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The golf course at Fort Meade will close May 1 after more than six decades of play, officials at the Army base said Thursday. The 27-hole course, which saw 35,000 rounds of play last year, had been scheduled to close in September to accommodate...
K-State students now have a little help getting around campus. The university partnered with the Flint Hills Are Transportation Agency to create a campus bus route. This bus serves students, faculty and staff for free- all they have to do is show their...
Tags: Students, Education, Teaching and Learning
Chicago TribuneThe cover of the latest Time magazine illustrates a story about 72-year-old pediatrician Dr. William Sears with a photo of a nearly 4-year-old boy standing and suckling at the breast of his 26-year-old mother. Headline: "Are you mom enough?" The story...
Daily American Staff WriterLen Lichvar, Somerset Conservation District manager, believes that his hunting and fishing trips with his children helped them mature into well-rounded young adults. "Younger people today, they have their computers, phones and video games, and all that...
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April is a busy month -- it's both Child Abuse Prevention Month and the Month of the Young Child. April was first recognized Child Abuse Prevention Month by presidential proclamation in 1983. In Child Maltreatment 2010 it was reported that in 2010 in the...
Tags: Abusive Behavior, Child Abuse, Human Interest, Family
Daily American Sunday EditorAlicia Saylor, 17, believes in serving her community, school and church through volunteering and sharing a zest for life and new activities. The daughter of Lisa and Alan Saylor of Confluence is a volunteer for the American Red Cross at The United...
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