Hundreds of Licking County high school students participated in the Licking County Youth Leaders Summit.
School-age kids can learn how to make Valentine's Day cards
School age kids can learn how to make their own Valentine's Day cards at 4 p.m. Thursday at the Decatur Public Library.
College Students Don't Have to Pay Full Price for Textbooks. Here's How to Save Hundreds Every...
Books and supplies average an insane $1,200 annually.
How UK is helping hundreds of students who can’t pay their bills stay in school
The University of Kentucky’s UK LEADS grant program helps students with financial problems that could otherwise force them to drop out. UK’s student retention rate is improving.
LITERATURE: How to Be an American Soldier
Susan Ito’s father, Masaji Ito, in Naples, Italy in 1944 (Courtesy of Susan Ito) Sneak a transistor radio into Sunday school, and listen to buzz of the football game through your trousers pocket when you’re supposed to be reading the Bible. Ignore the squealing threats of Miss Nakayama, the church teacher, who thinks you’re a wise guy. When the game is interrupted in mid-play by the high-pitched emergency tone, and the announcer bleats out that Japan has attacked Pearl Harbor, raise your hand…
This is why Long Beach kids are making Valentine’s Day cards for local shelter animals
The Valentine’s Day cards will be judged in a contest on Saturday, Feb. 9.
20,000 eggs draws hundreds together
Hundreds of children gathered 20,000 eggs in under two minutes from the lawns of Central Park on Saturday. Volunteers spent two hours dropping the thousands of eggs into the grass, all for children 10 and under to spend a joyous few minutes collecting the brightly colored plastic eggs. “It’s important for the community to come …
Hundreds of kids scramble for 10,000 eggs
FLETCHER — Hundreds of excited youngsters laughed and sometimes stumbled as they scrambled to gather as many eggs as possible during
Chase Lake students tour, learn about Puget Sound
Courtesy of: Chase Lake Elementary Chase Lake third-graders onboard the Spirit of ’76 On April 11, third-grade classes from Chase Lake Elementary School in Edmonds went on a pretty amazing field trip “We are so fortunate to have received a full scholarship for the Marine Science Afloat program,” third-grade teacher Merrily Klein said. “What an amazing opportunity for our students. We drove to downtown Seattle, boarded…
Hundreds of Columbia families displaced by dangerous gas leaks. Here’s how to help
More than 400 residents of Columbia’s Allen Benedict Court were ordered to leave their units last week after multiple gas leaks were discovered. Riverside Community Church is collecting gift cards to help.
Why Raleigh and Wake County are helping to buy hundreds of acres in Granville County
Raleigh and Wake County are spending millions to purchase more than 1,000 acres in Granville County for watershed protection and conservation efforts along Falls Lake, Beaverdam Lake and Smith Creek.
How knitters helped save the lives of hundreds of baby birds
Knitters and crocheters across the country came together to make something cozy and critical for the survival of these baby songbirds.
Students learn Army history, tactics at Soldier Experience Camp
Students taking part in this camp, the first of three this summer, follow training from the Cold War time period of the 1980s.
Wilson students learn about D-Day by writing letters to fallen soldiers
In Pennsylvania, schools are not specifically required to teach students about the watershed event, which marks its 75th anniversary this week.
Hundreds of turkey dinners served at MUST Ministries
MUST Ministries had more on its plate than just Gobble Jog on Thursday.
Hundreds of civilians are evacuated before the final assault on ISIS
Dozens of trucks were seen packing hundreds of people from ISIS' last stronghold at Baghouz in eastern Syria on Wednesday, as a brutal siege batters the extremists final enclave.
Rehoboth students learn about life in the lake
Fifth-grade students at Rehoboth Elementary School became junior scientists for a day as they explored aquatic life at Silver Lake. Students from Jacqueline Kisel and Cody Smith’s science classes examined the biodiversity of Silver Lake Oct. 26 as...
Hundreds trade ideas on climate challenges at R.I. forum
PROVIDENCE — Facts about climate change started small enough: the temperature of Narragansett Bay rising half a degree, temperatures across the
10 minutes that forever changed the lives of hundreds
Tuesday will mark 10 years since the horrific Fort Hood shooting. A 10th anniversary remembrance ceremony will honor those who died and were injured in the mass shooting.
Hundreds of clean energy supporters rally in Olympia
The push for legislators to support 100% clean energy got a boost this week when hundreds of Washingtonians came to Olympia this week to rally for climate action. “We have many things we need to work on – saving our orcas and reducing oil spills – but I also want to address the central existential …