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Cowden-Herrick Elementary School at Eco-Meet

Cowden-Herrick Elementary School placed second in the Nature Sleuth Eco-Meet which was held on Wednesday, November 8th. This year's topics were Coral Reefs, Migration, and the Prairie. Representing their school were Kyleigh Linder, Lexie Parks, Wyatt Rueff, and Saebra Curl coached by Angela Jefferie

SHELBYVILLE DAILY UNION - 2017-11-20 17:27:28

Schools districts are searching for teachers

School officials here and across the state are finding it harder to find qualified candidates to fill teaching positions. It's particularly noticeable in foreign language and other specialized areas, local superintendents say. As of October, there were nearly 1,000 unfilled teaching positions across


Scouting for Food helps those in need

Members of Boy Scout Troop 103 and Cub Scout Pack 103, along with parents and adult leaders, gathered at St. Mary's Church Saturday to sort food donated for the annual Scouting for Food program. Mt. Vernon, Summersville, and Waltonville residents were asked to place nonperishable goods inside bags a

REGISTER-NEWS - 2017-11-18 19:27:00

They're Getting Free Turkeys In J-N Event

Four people won free turkeys in the popular Journal-News annual November event, The Great Turkey Hunt. Three names were drawn at random from those who found all 12 turkeys hidden in three consecutive issues of the newspaper: Brooke Cox of Witt, Delores Neathery of Hillsboro and Floyd Fenton of Irvin

THEJOURNAL-NEWS.NET - 2017-11-20 08:00:00

Hunters gather for annual breakfast

EDGEWOOD - A warm and gusty Saturday, with the threat of a severe thunderstorm, put a damper on bagging deer for some hunters on the second day of firearm season. But it didn't dampen the spirits of those serving up a hot breakfast at the Edgewood American Legion Keeler Adams Post 1168, which has ho

EFFINGHAM DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-20 00:15:00

This Coonridge Column Is From Ken

I've taught theatre for some 40 years and therefore I know it's not cool to step out of character so forgive the intrusion of Ken Bradbury into the world of Freida Marie Crump. On this Thanksgiving week the temptation was simply too great, the opportunity too obvious. When I began writing the Coonri

THEJOURNAL-NEWS.NET - 2017-11-20 08:00:00

'Have Your Christmas Shopping Done?'

It's November, the month when our family celebrates six birthdays and at least two Thanksgiving dinners. Clocks are turned back an hour so darkness descends before the end of the work day. Supermarket ads tout lower prices on turkeys, canned pumpkin, pie crusts and cranberries. It's also the month w

THEJOURNAL-NEWS.NET - 2017-11-20 08:00:00

Candidacy Petition Filing Period To Begin Nov. 27

Candidates circulating petitions for Montgomery County offices to be nominated or elected in the March 20 primary election are reminded that the filing period will be from Monday, Nov. 27, through Monday, Dec. 4. County offices to be nominated in the primary are the state's attorney for a two-year u

THEJOURNAL-NEWS.NET - 2017-11-20 08:00:00

Sussex High School Class of 1956

Submitted photo The Sussex High School Class of 1956 held a luncheon at the Lamp Post Inn, in Vernon, on Oct. 27. Attending were, seated from left, Marilyn Hill Cosh, Bob Hill, Isabel Bosma Russell and, standing from left, Shirley Rome Drew, Stanley Keesler, Janet Glas Donadio, Gail Hill Burckes

NEW JERSEY HERALD - 2017-11-20 08:01:00

Lions, tigers, traffic and Looney Toons, looking back on legacy of Jungle Habitat

The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Division of Parks and Forestry announcement that attention will be given to the former Jungle Habitat property in West Milford no doubt will bring memories for those who remember the theme park of the 1970s - as well as younger people who have de

NORTHJERSEY.COM - 2017-11-19 22:38:47

Fight at Ramapo High football game ends in arrest

Chris Christie gets a road named after him, safe driving tips for Thanksgiving and a teen organ donor is honored at the Rose Bowl Parade - all in "7 things to know this week in New Jersey." John C. Ensslin Franklin Lakes police arrested an 18-year-old Sparta resident after he got into a fight with

NORTHJERSEY.COM - 2017-11-20 16:49:30

Super season for local apple growers

After 60 years of growing apples, Art Soons thought he had seen it all. Until this year. "I've never seen such a load of fruit," said Soons, 84, co-owner of Soons Orchards in New Hampton. "Last year, Mother Nature gave us a half-crop, and this year she gave us a crop and a half." Steve Clarke at Pro

TIMES HERALD-RECORD - 2017-11-19 23:13:33

Man sentenced to 45 years in jail for 2015 homicide

A 20-year-old Camden man has been sentenced to 45 years in jail for the fatal shooting of a man during a robbery in 2015, the Camden County Prosecutor said. Samuel Lopez must serve approximately 38 years and 4 months before he is eligible for parole. He was sentenced Friday for murder, robbery and w

NJ.COM - 2017-11-20 16:48:53

2 women admit to animal cruelty after trying to sell puppies from van

Two women pleaded guilty last week to animal cruelty charges after they were accused of trying to sell puppies out of their van in a Walmart parking lot in Garfield over the summer. Two pleaded guilty to animal cruelty charges last week after someone filed a complaint with the SPCA.Via Bergen County

NJ.COM - 2017-11-19 19:18:46

Sparta Police: Michigan Man Arrested for Marijuana

SPARTA, NJ - A man from Michigan is facing drug charges, having been stopped by Sparta Police Cpl. Joseph Antonello because the driver's view was obstructed. On November 11 around 1 p.m. Antonello stopped Gabriel Larosa of Ypsilanti, Michigan driving a white Jeep, according to police. When the offic

TAPINTO.NET - 2017-11-19 19:23:00

Peter P. Kozak of Matamoras, Pa., died at age 67

Peter P. Kozak of Matamoras, Pa. died on Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2017, at Orange Regional Medical Center, Middletown, N.Y. He was 67. He graduated Lackawanna Jr. College, Scranton, Pa., with an Associate's Degree in Criminal Justice. he was a police officer for Matamoras and Westfall Township from 1980

PIKECOUNTYCOURIER.COM - 2017-11-19 22:40:00

Girlfriend of Rancho Tehama victim says family is in recovery

RANCHO TEHAMA, Calif. - On the first weekend following a rampage in Rancho Tehama, the girlfriend and mother of James Woods' children spoke out. Woods was shot by Kevin Neal while driving in his car with his father. "Hi sissy," said 1-year-old baby James to his 8-month-old little sister Sunday. Both

KRCRTV.COM - 2017-11-20 02:49:55

People Died in Red Bluff, California and There are No Easy Solutions

Gun Bans Gun Control Blah Blah Blah USA --(Ammoland.com)- A crazy man who was willing to murder also ignored other laws. In this case, he used a gun to kill. We already have 23 thousand firearms regulations, and they didn't stop this murderer. Since stopping criminals is hard and passing laws is eas


Letter: Problem is illegal guns, not the legal ones

I was pleased to see the immediate lockdown of Rancho Tehama Elementary School (a small, rural K-6 elementary school near Corning) was successful in frustrating deranged shooter Kevin Neal's attempt to storm the campus and cause multiple fatalities. Those regularly scheduled state-mandated school lo

CHICO ENTERPRISE-RECORD - 2017-11-19 08:00:00

Families of victims seek help after Rancho Tehama mass shooting

RANCHO TEHAMA, Calif. - The families of victims injured during the Rancho Tehama mass shooting have created GoFundMe pages to help raise money for medical expenses and other costs that will come along the way during their recoveries. According to the Tehama County Sheriff's Office, 12 people were i