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In his text, “The Miseducation of the Negro” Carter G. Woodson writes, “to handicap a student by teaching him that his black face is a curse and that his struggle to change his condition is hopeless is the worst sort of lynchng. 309 more words

District Dialogue

Coyotes spotted in Stamford area

STAMFORD, Conn. (WTNH) – The Stamford Police Department are warning residents throughout the Stamford area to be aware of coyotes in residential neighborhoods.

Police said because the coyotes have a lack of food and shelter they are taking up finding shelter underneath decks, and may be attacking dogs as they are being let outside. 38 more words

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High Visibility Traffic Safety Enforcement

On Saturday, March 14th, the La Crosse Police Department, along with other agencies in La Crosse County, will be deploying extra officers as part of the… 67 more words

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Vegas Baby!! Contest, all expenses Paid!!

Escape to Vegas Suitcase Party

  • You’re headed to the Venetian Hotel in Vegas, Baby!Your night will feature an open bar, heavy appetizers and a Vegas-style atmosphere with live music.

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2nd Annual Penn Square Mall Severe Weather Awareness Expo

Preparing for natural disasters helps reduce loss and damage to your property and personal well-being when something strikes. Unforeseen natural disasters can happen at any time, and being unprepared can be costly. 192 more words

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Pet of the Week: Huggs

(WTNH) -– This week’s pet of the week is an adorable 5-month-old kitten named Huggs.

Huggs is a domestic short haired cat, and the shelter named him Huggs because he loves to hug people. 51 more words

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Full Stop Cafe - Revised Opening Hours

The Full Stop Cafe at the Old Library is a space where everyone is welcome.

From April, we’ll be open on Monday 11:00 am to 2:30 pm and Tuesday 11:00 am to 2:00 pm… 47 more words

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