High School

16 Jun 19
The Yellow Pine Times

Owyhee Pioneers (part 2) Geology of Silver City and vicinity, Idaho 1898 Relief shown by contour lines. Shows geologic minerals for the area surrounding De Lamar, Dewey, and Silver City. Includes Florida Mountain, Black Jack and War Eagle Mountain. Includes minerals granite, basalt, gold, silver, etc. Includes legend. “Twentieth annual report , part III , […]

16 Jun 19
Quartz
Massive protests are taking place in Hong Kong, demanding the withdrawal of a bill that would allow the extradition of criminals to mainland China. Demonstrators fear it will be abused by the government in Beijing. An estimated one million people marched on June 9,  and the latest march on June 16 is estimated to include between 338,000 marchers, according to the official sources, and as many as two million, according to organizers. What does it take to get one-seventh of the city’s population onto the streets? Self-initiated groups from all walks of Hong Kong society asked members to sign petitions against the extradition bill and fight for autonomy from China before the protests. This has become an effective tactic to mobilize grassroots forces without identifying leaders and exposing them to potential risks, a lesson the protesters in Hong Kong learned from previous experience. A shared list of these these petitions (link in Chinese) offer a portrait of the grassroots organizational effort leading to massive turnout. https://www.theatlas.com/charts/FvS2anrrP   One thing is clear: The protesters were young. This is evident in the numbers of petitions signed by educational institutions. Colleges, high schools, and even elementary schools mobilized students in their fight against the bill. Professional groups of all kinds also detailed how the passage of the bill could affect their fields. Petitions from IT workers, animators, lawyers, horse-racing professionals, mainlanders in Hong Kong, accountants, construction workers, outlined their reasons for joining forces with the demonstrators. Even those who live abroad and couldn’t be present at the protests in Hong Kong found ways to voice their support.
16 Jun 19
FPVblog

My life turned upside down when I turned in Senior High.

16 Jun 19
The Nerve To Serve

I am absolutely horrible at making decisions. Seriously. I have a hard time deciding between a Twix or a Snickers. But recently I’ve been faced with a ton of big decisions. Today I’d like to share two of those situations with you. I’m not sharing these just so you can laugh at my non existent […]

16 Jun 19
Jett Set Life

Here is Dani on her new lot, empty and alone. Honestly, this house will probably be shorter with less commentary. When I’ve played this challenge in the past (in my own time) this was usually the house I quit at. So I’m quite tired of it. As usual we say goodbye to our funds. And […]

16 Jun 19
Advice By Kim

Every girl needs a father to be the standard for which she will judge all other men. Kim Evazians When it came to my wishlist for Mr. Mc DreamBoat, I had one particular dealbreaker for me to consider a guy to be husband material. He needed to be able to build me a house from […]

16 Jun 19
Fararmikiya

ABSTRACT Drug abuse continues to be the major risk behaviour among youth and adolescents, with physical and mental health complications. Despite the known risks associated with the drugs, adolescents continue using these drugs. This paper reveals the prevalence of drug abuse among adolescent’s in Nigeria, problems associated with drugs abuse and reasons why adolescents are […]

16 Jun 19
The official Washington D.C. news site - timworld.info

National Business California mulls adopting portions of despised Trump tax law By ADAM BEAM Associated Press June 16, 2019 09:23 AM ORDER REPRINT → FILE – In this May 9, 2019 file photo Gov. Gavin Newsom gestures to a chart as he discusses his revised state budget during a news conference in Sacramento, Calif. Lawmakers […]

16 Jun 19
News365.co.za

The party believes believes that empowering young people is not an option but a national imperative. Youth Day on June 16 is a moment to reflect on the role played by young people in advancing national liberation and ultimately contributing towards the attainment of democracy in South Africa, the African National Congress said on Sunday. […]

16 Jun 19
The Columbia Paper

KINDERHOOK—Two teenage girls have been charged in connection with a suspicious shed fire at the Kinderhoff Group Home, 3433 Route 203, June 10 at 10:52 a.m. Columbia County 911 dispatched Sheriff’s deputies along with Valatie and Niverville firefighters for a report of heavy black smoke coming from a shed-type structure. The fire was knocked down […]

16 Jun 19
Travel

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16 Jun 19
The United Free

Army Sgt. George H. Schaefer, Jr. was a junior in high school when he dropped out, unwilling to wait until graduation to join the military and serve the country in the Vietnam War. Schaefer had no regrets about leaving behind his classmates at Overbrook High School in Pine Hill in January 1969. At a time […]

16 Jun 19
Crowning Confidence by Brandi Jo

I went after dreams and competed on April 13 in Franklin, TN and won Mrs. Tennessee International 2019. I competed in the areas of interview, on stage question, fitness wear, and evening gown. I also won Online People’s Choice voting award. I will be competing at Nationals in July for the title Mrs. International in […]

16 Jun 19
The United Free

For retired Sgt 1st Class Confessor Bermudez Jr., Pvt. Dorian Bermudez and Capt. Timothy Peters, watching their fathers’ military service has helped inspire their own military careers. For Father’s Day, each took time to reflect on what stood out to them during their fathers’ careers and how their fathers have supported them as they, too, […]

16 Jun 19
Philippine Legal Research

At a young age, it is important for the youth to be reared with a sense of social responsibility so that they may be able to contribute to the community. However, most of these young adults, tend to become juveniles because of a series of factors that have affected their growth and learning. In this […]