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19 Feb 19
Wilmington Apple

WHS recently released its Quarter 2 Honor Roll for the 2018-2019 school year.

19 Feb 19
Wilmington Apple

WMS recently released its Quarter 2 Honor Roll for the 2018-2019 school year.

17 Feb 19
News Archives Uk

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16 Feb 19
From the Desk of Principal Callanan...

Join us in congratulating the following students in achieving high honor and honor roll for term 2 at Woburn Memorial High School for school year 2018-19!  We are proud of the dedication and determination of these students toward academic excellence. HIGH HONORS HONORS HIGH HONORS HONORS HIGH HONORS HONORS HIGH HONORS HONORS FOR GRADE 12 […]

14 Feb 19
Upper Iowa University - Bridge Online

Upper Iowa University is pleased to announce the Dean’s List for the 2018 fall semester. To be honored, a student must have earned a minimum 3.50 grade point average for the semester and be enrolled as a full-time student. The honored students include: ALEXANDRIA Chad Christopher Alexie – Pineville, LA Shaterica M Ashley – Alexandria, […]

14 Feb 19
WTVR.com

“Valentine’s Day (in Japan) got turned upside down to become a symbol of the Japanese patriarchy,” said Jeff Kingston, a Japan expert at Temple University in Tokyo.

13 Feb 19
Wausau Pilot & Review

WAUSAU — Wausau East High School announced today its first semester honor roll for the 2018-2019 school year, based on a 3.5 – 4.0 semester average. 9TH GRADE Kaia Abuzzahab, StellaRae Ambord, Julia Batchko, Haley Begay, Emily Boutain, Madelyn Burbach, Juliet Carroll, Chueseng Chang, Dane Czerwinski, Parker Faust, Sarah Forst, Makenzi Gale, Marah Gibbs, Julia Goetsch, […]

09 Feb 19
Mittelpfalz

Unter dem Motto „Die neunte Fasnacht hier im Saal, drum feiert heut ganz Weidenthal“ präsentierte der Arbeitskreis Fasnacht im Kuratorium der Weidenthaler Vereine seine diesjährige Faschingsveranstaltung in der restlos ausverkauften, bunt geschmückten Weidenthaler Sporthalle.

05 Feb 19
Corey's Book Corner

So one of the things I decided to do this year was to embark upon a reading project focused on hockey romances. Before this year, I’d read very few, and could remember only a couple. I am playing with the idea of writing a hockey romance, so it makes sense to read the subgenre and […]

04 Feb 19
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04 Feb 19
Thoughts & Ink

I’m perusing Facebook quickly, pictures and updates and likes all a blur in my scrolling frenzy. One of my friends is on vacation in the Bahamas, another is making a political statement with their cover photo. Suddenly I get a messaging alert. A friend is inviting ALL of her Facebook friends to a Facebook party […]

06 Feb 19
Archy news nety

PLAINFIELD, IL – Plainfield District 202 has released its second round of honor for the district's middle schools. Is your child on the list? Let us know in the comments. Indian Trail Middle SchoolHigh Honor Roll – Grade 6ADALIE ARROYO, MY ARROYO, KYLIE BAKHAUS, DYLAN BISHOP, EZEQUIEL BLANCO, PRESTON BONDI, JONATHAN CALIXTO, STEPHANIE CARRANZA, SEBASTIAN […]

24 Jan 19
Exopolitics

Laura Magdalene Eisenhower, great granddaughter of President Dwight Eisenhower, claims that from April 2006 to January 2007, she and a friend were the targets of a covert recruitment effort to be taken to a future Mars colony to escape imminent catastrophic earth events. Laura Eisenhower says that despite her repeated refusals, she was subjected to […]

24 Jan 19

Laura Magdalene Eisenhower, great granddaughter of President Dwight Eisenhower, claims that from April 2006 to January 2007, she and a friend were the targets of a covert recruitment effort to be taken to a future Mars colony to escape imminent catastrophic earth events. Laura Eisenhower says that despite her repeated refusals, she was subjected to […]

24 Jan 19
Anita Karo Blog

101. Despite what it says on the tag, cashmere is best washed by hand. To dry it, use a salad spinner, which releases excess water in seconds. 100. Use white wine to remove red wine stains. 99. Wash new jeans twice before taking them to the tailor. Why? Because jeans will always shrink in length when washed. 98. To […]

23 Jan 19
Ed B on Sports

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22 Jan 19
Boston Herald
A matchup of Bay State Conference rivals Monday also was a matchup of two of the top Division 2 girls hockey contenders of the season. It also didn’t settle anything. Emily Rourke scored for Wellesley, Audra Tosone countered for Walpole and the teams skated off with a 1-1 tie. Wellesley is 6-2-2- overall, 5-0-2 in the Bay State Carey. Walpole goes to 8-2-1, 4-2-1 in the Herget.   HERALD’S HAT TRICK (the best of the best from girls hockey on Monday, Jan. 20): MOLLY BURNES, Natick: The All-Scholastic had a hat trick and two assists as the RedHawks overwhelmed Archbishop Williams, 7-1. Jacqui Poulack also had a goal and two assists for Natick. AVA and KAYLA McGAFFIGAN, Dennis-Yarmouth: The sisters accounted for all of the Dolphins’ scoring in a 5-1 victory against Cape Cod in the girls varsity game of the inaugural Codfish Cup. Kayla finished with a hat trick and Ava had two goals and two assists in the win. Connor Boucher scored the lone goal for the Furies. GEORGIA PARKER, Framingham: Parker had a hand in all of the Flyers’ offense with two goals and three assists in a 5-1 victory against Auburn. Ava Sullivan, Tess Lawson and Caroline Stacey each had a goal and assist for the Flyers.   Circling the ponds for the rest of the girls hockey holiday action … Mairead Kennedy had a goal and four assists and Duxbury retained the Green Cup with its 7-2 victory against Marshfield. Kennedy was far from alone, as Meghan Gambino and Molly Duvall scored twice each in the win and Grace High had four assists. Emily Ballerene added a goal and two assists, and Annabelle Walsh an assist for Duxbury. Brenna Ames had both goals for the Rams. In a matchup of the Findley brothers, it was John and Notre Dame that got the best of Tom and crosstown rival Hingham, 3-0. Alexa Graziano had a goal and assist for the Cougars, with Kelly Morrissey and Kelsey Stewart also scoring. Emma Tobin scored twice and Maeve Greeley netted her first varsity goal as Boston Latin took care of Latin Academy/Fontbonne, 7-1. Colleen Goonan and Emma Kelly had a goal and two assists each for the Wolfpack, and Sarah Young and Olivia Temple also scored. Noelle Connelly netted her first goal of the season in Norwood’s 4-1 victory against Shawsheen. Brianna LeBlanc, Jessica Keller and Molly Mannering added goals for the Mustangs. Marina DiBiasio had a goal and assist, Jenna Chaplain and Codi Butt also scored and St. Mary’s edged Lexington, 3-1. Zoe DeRose and Payton Fuller both scored on assists from Lia Kourkoutas and Wilmington edged Bishop Fenwick, 2-1. Lexie Turner, Carolyn Mahoney and Alaina Aiello each scored and Dana Smullen posted the shutout to lead Matignon past Leominster, 3-0. Cailey Ryan, Jillian Loebs, Corlene Guenard and Madigan Anderson each scored and Avery Callison made 28 saves as Acton-Boxboro doubled up Milton, 4-2. Lucy Armour earned the shutout for Falmouth, with Ryann McDonald and Maddy Robichaud each picking up a goal and assist in the Clippers’ 2-0 victory against Plymouth. Sam Fantasia had a hat trick and assist and Billerica/Chelmsford grinded out a 5-3 victory against Arlington. Beverly/Danvers got goals from Ava Daly, Cayla Greenleaf, Sophia MacNeil and Catie Nemeskal to beat Wakefield, 4-1. Hope Melanson scored for the Warriors. Gina Richard had a hat trick and assist, Emily Hamann scored twice and St. Peter-Marian blanked Oakmont, 6-0, behind Adriana Doucette’s 19 saves. Sena Alex had the other goal for the Guardians.