Community members quiz Harrisburg School Board candidates on teacher retention, student success As Harrisburg School District emerges from financial distress, school board incumbents and hopefuls say they're focusing on establishing stability and strengthening community partnerships that promote the success of students.
Three candidates for Harrisburg School Board appeared at a forum sponsored by K.I.N.G.S, the new Keeping Innercity Neighborhoods Great and Safe organization of African-American men formed to create opportunities for youth. More
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Revisionist history hits US Army over Confederate portraits Revisionist history is rearing its ugly head once again. An unnamed official at the US Army War College in Carlisle Barracks in Pennsylvania is questioning whether the portraits of Robert E. Lee and Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson, “enemies” who fought ... 12/18/2013 - 11:00 am | View Link
John Namey, Pennsylvania Father, Believes Lawn Was Vandalized With Swastika Because Daughter Is Gay A Pennsylvania man says he believes his home is being targeted ... FBI spokeswoman Kelly Kochamba is quoted by the Tribune-Review as saying. Swastika Burned In Yard of PA. Family With Lesbian Daughter, FBI 07/7/2013 - 12:39 pm | View Link
Pennsyvania Man Believes Family is Being Targeted in Hate Attacks Because His Daughter is Gay I've had a swastika put down in my front yard. It's not something you want to open your door ... To me it looks like some sort of White Power gesture. This is in Pennsylvania. No, I didn't call the Police which other's have suggested , I have video. 07/5/2013 - 10:30 pm | View Link
Swastika burned in yard of W. Pa. family SARVER -- A swastika burned into a western Pennsylvania family's yard has prompted an investigation. John Namey said his family woke up Thursday and saw the swastika. Namey said he was not sure why the family was targeted, but he also said his daughter is ... 07/5/2013 - 9:01 pm | View Link
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BY MONICA MENDOZA email@example.com -When Colorado Springs Utilities inked a deal in 2011 to spend $111.8 million on a scrubber technology project to clean pollutants coming from the coal-fired Martin Drake power plant, officials budgeted $10 million for site work.
But the project was delayed, material prices increased, and the city-owned Colorado Springs Utilities had to hire a contractor to assist in the project - which includes installing massive equipment into tight spaces on the downtown Drake campus.
The $121.8 million project to install Neumann Systems Group's NeuStream scrubbers for two boilers at Drake is now projected at $170 million.
BY STEPHEN HOBBS firstname.lastname@example.org -The former manager of the Cascade Metropolitan District was arrested Friday on suspicion of embezzlement and theft, according to court records. Terry Malcom, 66, was booked in the El Paso County jail on $1 million bond, records show. He has a court hearing Monday. In 2013, the district's board of directors asked the El Paso County District Attorney's Office to launch an investigation after it was believed that approximately $800,000 were embezzled from the agency, according to documents from a recent board of county commissioner meeting.
Texas A&M Agrilife Extension reports it’s a whole other world downstate when it comes to precipitation as winter turns to spring.
While the National Weather Service reports its Amarillo office is fairly normal so far this year on precipitation, about 2 inches, the past four years of drought still have much of the region wishing for rain.
Thanks to reader John Windham for a suggestion that introduced me last week to Saw Law La, his wife Khin Moe Tu, and business partner Saw Ahpong Mang.
Law La and Mang joined with another Burmese refugee friend, Saw Poe Toe, to open Bagan Restaurant at 2710 S. W. 10th Ave.
You might recognized that particular spot as home to short-lived restaurants serving fried chicken or Italian cuisine.
Now, these folks have claimed it as the spot to strike toward an uniquely American future that honors their Burmese past.