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Early Waunakee Records | Local

Edward W. Doll, son of Edward Doll Sr. of this village, died Tuesday in a Madison hospital at the age of 40. Harry J. Koltes, postmaster in Waunakee for eight years, resigned from his post. The resignation date will be as soon as a successor can be named. William Neuhauser rented Michael Neuhauser’s house in […]

Tebow at Barber, Johnson Charity, CheckI...

Heisman Trophy winner Tim Tebow will be the grand marshal for the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama presented by AmFirst on Sunday, May 1 at Barber Motorsports Park in Birmingham, Alabama. Tebow played quarterback for the University of Florida from 2006 to 2009, winning the Heisman as the nation’s best player in 2007. He […]

What happens to nonprofits when student ...

By ASHRAF KHALIL Associated Press When the pandemic shut down schools two years ago, Scott Losavio faced a problem that plagues students, administrators, and communities around the world: What happens when all the student volunteers disappear? As a service coordinator at Catholic High School in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Losavio helps students fulfill the school’s requirement […]

What happens when all the student volunt...

By ASHRAF KHALIL, Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — When the pandemic closed schools two years ago, Scott Losavio faced a problem that plagues students, administrators and communities around the world: What happens when all student volunteers are disappearing? As a service coordinator at Catholic High School in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Losavio helps students fulfill the […]

CAMILLA SCHLEGEL Obituary (2022) – Washi

SCHLEGEL Camilla Phillips Schlegel (70) passed away at her home in Silver Spring on February 28, 2022, surrounded by the love and care of her family, after a long journey with ovarian cancer. Camilla was born on April 11, 1951 in Des Moines, Iowa, the youngest child of Charles William Phillips and Elizabeth Seitner Phillips. […]

Need more volunteers for after-school pr...

Enrichment of Hope, an after-school program held at the Hope Center, adjacent to Bethel United Methodist Church of Mariner in Ocean View, is seeking more community volunteers. The program, which began in September 2021, hopes to expand for the 2022-2023 school year. Enrichment of Hope is for youth ages 12-18 attending Selbyville Middle School, Southern […]

Retired New Jersey Superior Court Judge ...

The Honorable James Savio retired from the New Jersey Superior Court yesterday after 13 years. Today, Judge Savio loudly and with a highly professional velvet touch, “Blew The Whistle” on the New Jersey court system. Savio served in Vicinage 1, Atlantic and Cape May counties. In total, Judge Savio has served the past 27 years […]

Tuition-free college movement gains mome...

College Promise programs, as tuition-free initiatives are commonly referred to, enjoy broad support across the political spectrum. Forty-seven states and DC have at least one such program at the college, city, or state level. There are 33 statewide programs that cover tuition at community colleges or universities and higher education, and experts say the number […]

Radio Station WHMI 93.5 FM – News, Weath

Courtesy of Kelly Lee (NEW YORK) — Matthew and Christy Johnson describe watching Russia’s invasion of Ukraine as “heartbreaking.” The Johnsons, of Littleton, Colorado, are among hundreds of families in the United States who were in the process of adopting a Ukrainian child when the conflict broke out. “It’s like living in a nightmare,” Matthew […]

Amazon enlists national adult-serving no...

National University Selected as National Education Provider for Amazon’s Career Choice Program, Making Tuition-Free Education Available to Amazon’s 750,000 Hourly Employees SAN DIEGO (March 3, 2022) – National University (NU), the flagship institution of the National University System, which includes three universities serving more than 45,000 students, has been selected by Amazon to serve as […]

Dr. Jay Cordell Bott | News, Sports, Jo...

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of a truly wonderful man, Dr. Jay Cordell Bott, who passed away suddenly in his sleep on Saturday, February 19, 2022. Cordell was born on October 31, 1947, to Leroy J. Bott Jr. and Blanche Toombs Bott in Salt Lake City, […]

Businessman Gates Minnick’s goal was to

Mike Minnick said his dad liked to tell people, “Have a little fun every day. Life is short.” Gates Minnick lived the first part of this mantra, getting involved in many social, business and community groups, and forming many lifelong friendships. “He’s built a lot of friendships over the years,” Mike Minnick said. “It’s unbelievable […]

Host Families, Volunteers Wanted for AFS...

AFS-USA in Humboldt County is participating in the Department of State’s American Leadership Experience (ALEX) program this summer. This two-week program includes a one-week stay with host families in Humboldt County for 10 YES student participants from Thailand, Indonesia, Turkey and the Philippines. The YES Program is the Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange and Study Program operated […]

literacy program seeks volunteers to hel...

The Kingman Area Literacy Program is looking for volunteers as there is an ‘overwhelming’ number of requests for reading tutors for children and a waiting list that continues to grow. Erin Roper, director of KALP, said the program’s primary mission is to help adults read. However, since 2016, more and more children are enrolling in […]

Pencil artist exhibits work at Stanly Co...

A Stanly Arts Guild exhibit of the work of pencil artist Robert Gray Cooper is on display at the Stanly County Agri-Civic Center in February. Cooper, a self-taught artist, was always found drawing as a child. As he grew older and recognized his abilities, Cooper strove to perfect his techniques and continued to draw at […]

High school volunteers work on renovatin...

LAFAYETTE, Calif. – A group of East Bay teenagers worked to create a new, comfortable and cool space to promote healing, in support of a high school student battling a rare and aggressive form of cancer. Moraga Campolindo High School senior Dylan Mandell seen here at the hospital. The 18-year-old battled a rare form of […]

2021 Neighborhood Award Winners Announce...

Posted on February 14, 2022 The 2021 Fort Worth Neighborhood Awards were announced on Saturday, February 12 at the Mayor’s Neighborhood Awards Luncheon, sponsored by the Meta Fort Worth Data Center. The City of Fort Worth created the Neighborhood Awards to recognize the best projects and activities that bring neighbors together and make […]

Our Recommendations in State Board of Ed...

One thing candidates running for a seat on the State Board of Education often have to contend with is their surprise at how little authority the position actually has. Big ideas for improving teaching? To recruit teachers or inspire students? Do you think the money should be spent differently or taxes should be reduced? Save […]

Papillion-La Vista South High School Rec...

If there’s one word to describe Justice Kellett, the UN’s newest up-and-coming maverick, it would be “determination.” As the Commanding Officer of the Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (NJROTC) of Papillion-La Vista South High School, she is a leader who supports and uplifts everyone by refusing to take “No” for an answer. “When she […]

Parent volunteer at Chippewa Middle Scho...

Parent volunteer at Chippewa Middle School goes above and beyond Many parents at Chippewa Middle School in North Oak spent Friday afternoon preparing the building for the return of the big Snow Ball students who have been missing since February 2020. NORTH OAKS, Minnesota (FOX 9) – Many parents at Chippewa Middle School in North […]

Schools seek volunteer teachers amid COV...

BUDA—With increasing teacher absences and shortages of substitutes, parents may ask themselves: who is teaching the children? The answer in the United States might be a local police officer, a National Guard soldier, a state budget analyst, a parent, or a recent high school graduate – almost anyone willing to help keep the school doors […]

Pratt: Remembering Judge Webster Brewer

Tanya Walton Pratt By Chief Justice Tanya Walton Pratt The Indianapolis legal community lost a giant on January 12, when Judge Webster L. Brewer died. Webster Lee Brewer Sr. served as a Superior Court judge in Marion for 22 years from 1975 until his retirement in 1997. He has been described as stern, fair, individualistic, […]

About the City: Lompoc AARP Volunteers O...

AARP Volunteers Offering Free Tax Preparation Services Through April 13 IRS-certified tax assistance volunteers from the Lompoc AARP Foundation are making tax preparation appointments for community members through April 13. The 2021 tax deadline is April 18. Community members are encouraged to contact 805-717-1302 to schedule a tax filing time at a location to be […]

High school grads scramble to rack up vo...

“We usually kind of have opportunities in our back pocket — they come to us, and we can reach out to the kids we care about,” said Kara Provenzano, principal of White Pines Collegiate & Vocational School. High school students graduating this school year must show proof of completing the required 20 hours of community […]

Canby Music Store welcomes new talent

Canby Music, Canby’s local source for sales and rentals of instruments, supplies and lessons, has recently expanded its stable of musical talent and instruction with the addition of Christian Engerman and Lana Szenasi. Like many budding young musicians, Engerman got his start in school, albeit at a younger age than most. “I started playing the […]

Chris Lane’s dad undergoes surgery for c

Chris Lane is grateful for the prayers and well wishes of fans as he grapples with a family crisis. Her father, Tony, recently underwent surgery as part of cancer treatment, he revealed on Instagram on Thursday (January 20). So far, he explained, the operation has been a success. “You all, I appreciate all the prayers. […]

Coleman Museum receives gift from CHA Cl...

The Coleman Museum and Gallery at Heritage Hall (CHAPS) recently received a donation of $3911.72 from the Coleman High School Class of 1965. The presentation of the class, represented by Ralph Terry and Diann Dunn Dillingham, which did not able to attend the presentation, was made in honor of all their class members, deceased and […]

Memorial Day: honor of merit to Maria Lu...

Thursday, January 27, Remembrance Day, the The Municipality of Arco remembers, as every year, Eva Haas Flatter, Arturo Cassin and Gino Tedeschi, deported from Arco and died in Auschwitz, and honorary citizen of Arco, Leo Zelikowski, a survivor of the hellish death camps and a valuable witness to peace and reconciliation. And he gives the […]

I graduated from university with EASE

I’m not sure I could have graduated from college without Warner University and the EASE voucher that helped me pay tuition. I was not the best student in high school. I focused on my baseball career, and I was good at it. Warner University recruited me to pursue my baseball career as their team’s pitcher. […]

FCCLA, 4-H Members Unite Volunteer Proje...

It’s easy to think that real-world problems like hunger and homelessness are too big to be solved by a bunch of school kids. But while they may not have the total solution, they can make an impact, one good deed at a time. This belief brought a small group of students and their adult leaders […]

Intel and YWCA Metro Phoenix honored 20 ...

Intel and YWCA Metro Phoenix Honored 20 Arizona Organizations with Equity in STEAM Grant Nonprofits and local educational institutions will use grants and training to bridge racial and gender gaps as part of the STEAM Leadership Learning Series Chandler, AZ (January 17, 2022) – intel company, Arizona’s largest technology manufacturer, was pleased to announce that […]

The former fire chief was a leader and m...

On the wall inside the headquarters of the Old Lycoming Township Volunteer Fire Co., the portrait of Paul Kenneth Stroble Jr. is joined by other fire chiefs who are being duly honored by their fellow volunteer firefighters. It is a framed portrait of Stroble wearing his chef’s hat, and the frame is draped in black […]

Learn about the impact of recent legisla...

Recent changes and potential changes in Illinois state law are impacting county and local governments. The University of Illinois Extension and the Illinois County Board Members Association will host a free informational webinar at 11 a.m. on Monday, January 24. Presenters include Kelly Murray, executive director of the Illinois Association of County Board Members, and […]

Athletics opens the New Year at the HBCU...

History links BALTIMORE, Md. (January 14, 2022) – Morgan State’s indoor track and field teams kick off the New Year on Saturday, Jan. 15, as the Bears travel to compete in the HBCU Showcase at the New Balance Track & Field Center at the Armory in New York, NY. The meeting pays homage to the […]

5 things you need to know today in Worce...

In today’s 5 things you need to know daily article, ThisWeekinWorcester.com explores five important things and stories that residents of Worcester and central Massachusetts should watch closely. These five things can cover a whole range of topics and issues that we deem relevant to understanding what is going on in the city and the towns […]

Wichita’s oldest hospice needs volunteer

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – It’s a full time for Harry Hynes Memorial Hospice. According to staff, it is one of the oldest nonprofit hospices in Wichita, established by volunteers in the 1980s. Now leaders say due to COVID-19 they are back where they started, in need of volunteers. “Palliative care is mandated by the federal […]

UNM Graduates Take Next Steps

While the COVID-19 pandemic has posed a unique set of challenges for students, some have been able to take these changes in stride and find unique opportunities to connect. Datenzing Tamang, Sami Sosa, and Mia Amin, University of New Mexico graduates in fall 2021, have found ways to break new ground, even when the road […]

$ 2 billion investment in kindergarten t...

FRANKFURT, Ky. – Governor Andy Beshear outlined his budget plan to make a record $ 2 billion investment in pre-K-12 education to create a world-class education system across the Commonwealth, the largest investment in this sector in the history of the state. The governor added that the state’s recent record economic growth, with more than […]

Start the New Year on the right foot! R...

With the new year here, it’s time to consider a resolution to seek a better career through higher education. Most colleges in the New York area are still registering courses for Fall 2022 or Spring 2023. You can choose to attend in person (as long as you are vaccinated) or register for distance learning courses. […]

LP Foundation Donates $ 10,000 to Panola...

LP Building Solutions (LP), a leading manufacturer of high performance building products, is proud to announce that the company has donated over $ 550,000 in 2021 through its LP Foundation and d ‘other corporate giving initiatives. Locally this year, the LP Foundation and LP Carthage awarded $ 5,000 to Mission Carthage and $ 5,000 to […]

Call to Action: Volunteer Opportunities ...

Provided by the volunteer Prince William Good year! Prince William volunteer reactivated her Twitter account to keep everyone informed of the latest volunteer opportunities and events in the greater Prince William community. Please visit and Like / Follow us on our social media sites: Facebook (Volunteer Prince William), Instagram (@pwvolunteer) and Twitter (@VolunteerPW) for up-to-date […]

TimesOC: OC hospitals overwhelmed by Omi...

Hello and welcome to the TimesOC newsletter. We are on Friday January 7th. My name is Ben Brazil and I bring you the latest summary of Orange County news and events. Orange County hospitals are in crisis mode as the Omicron variant of the coronavirus continues to spread in the community. At least nine hospitals […]

Jocelyn Ferguson is HMRI’s Senior Direct

By Luke Netzley Contributing editor of the weekly Pasadena AAt a crucial time when personal health and well-being are paramount, the Huntington Medical Research Institutes have appointed Jocelyn Ferguson as Director of Development. The newly created position will see Ferguson working with the management team, board and staff of the Pasadena-based biomedical research organization to […]

Oak Hill Hospital Relaunches Teen Volunt...

SPRING HILL – Teens interested in helping at Oak Hill Hospital can once again volunteer to help in specific areas, the hospital said on December 20. Her volunteer association, a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit, has relaunched its teen volunteer program. Teens 16 and older can volunteer to help in specific areas of the hospital and […]

Graduate programs in criminology and sup...

Intelligent.com ranked UMSL’s Masters in Criminology and Supply Chain Management programs number one in the country in its 2022 Top Colleges Ranking. (Photo by August Jennewein) Whether the students are interested in business or education, criminology or nursing, the University of Missouri – St. Louis has quality programs to provide them with the knowledge they […]

Rahsaan Harris ’95 builds community in N

Former Peace Corps volunteer is now CEO of the Citizens Committee for New York City Rahsaan Harris ’95 became CEO of the New York Citizens Committee during the pandemic. New York City Citizens Committee Since growing up in Piscataway, New Jersey, Rahsaan Harris ’95 has understood the power of community involvement. Her mother, a public […]

The owner of Del Vecchio runs a business...

From an early age, Tommy Scanga felt at home in a kitchen. “I cook. This is what I do,” said Scanga, 62, a longtime resident of Vandergrift. Cooking alongside his mother, Mary Ann Scanga, Tommy Scanga learned early on how to prepare Italian dishes such as homemade gravy with meatballs, braciole and ribs. Scanga, a […]

James Hanks Obituary – The Gadsden Times

Collier-Butler Funeral Home Dr James Edward Hanks, 79, of Hokes Bluff, AL died on December 29, 2021 at his home, surrounded by his wife and sons. Dr Hanks was born in Etowah County in 1942, the son of George and Annie Hanks. He was Jessie Hill Hanks’ high school sweetheart and husband for over 60 […]

How Supreme Court Decision Could Upset W...

A quirk of history and misaligned constitutional provisions could soon kill public charter schools in Washington state. A case in the United States Supreme Court would make that happen. A Supreme Court challenge to Maine’s ban on using taxpayer dollars to allow rural children to attend private religious schools could have surprising effects here in […]

Imogene Miller Hines | Obituary

BEAVER DAM – Imogene Miller Hines, 94, of Beaver Dam, went to join her Lord and Savior on Saturday, December 25, 2021 at the Ohio County Hospital. She was born on July 13, 1927 in McHenry to the late Sandford Edgar and Daisy Ellen Parrot Miller. Imogene was the oldest living member of McHenry Baptist […]

Imogene Miller Hines | The Ohio County ...

BEAVER DAM, Ky. – Imogene Miller Hines, 94, of Beaver Dam, joined her Lord and Savior on Saturday, December 25, 2021 at the Ohio County Hospital. She was born July 13, 1927 in McHenry, Kentucky, to the late Sandford Edgar and Daisy Ellen Parrot Miller. Imogene was the oldest living member of McHenry Baptist Church, […]

The Arc aims for inclusiveness | News, ...

Above: Nathan Scott of Fairmont is co-chair of the Minnesota Arc State Board of Directors. Scott is the first person with a disability in the state to chair the board of directors. FAIRMONT – Nathan Scott, a Fairmont man, has been elected co-chair of the board of directors of The Arc Minnesota. L’Arc is a […]

Catholic Foundation sees its endowment i...

The Catholic Community Foundation is experiencing significant growth from two perpetual endowments to benefit two long-standing local Catholic organizations. Catholic Charities Community Services and St. Mary’s Catholic High School have contributed a total of $ 2 million to their endowment funds managed by the Catholic Community Foundation (CTF). These funds will not only provide a […]

Food insecurity on college campuses is a...

North Carolina A&T is the nation’s largest historically black college or university (HBCU). The surrounding community has long battled hunger, repeatedly ranking itself as one of the worst food insecure areas in the United States over the past decade. The pandemic has only made matters worse. Additionally, more than a third of students in the […]

Single mom works, goes to school, volunt...

Stéphanie Pavilus is no stranger to a busy life. Currently, she is raising a son with special needs, completing her undergraduate studies in biology and psychology, volunteering and working full time. She aims to fulfill her dream of attending medical school and becoming a neonatologist, specializing in newborn care. It is an active life that […]