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Altus Times

A trip to the pumpkin patch

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Sunset Pre-K enjoyed a trip to the pumpkin patch on the front lawn of the elementary school this morning. Students invited their parents to attend, showing off the reading skills they have acquired this year in class. Teachers then led students to the pumpkin patch, where they each chose the...

The Anson Record

Four referendums on November ballot

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In addition to electing candidates to local, state and national seats on Nov. 4, Anson County voters also have four referendums to consider.

Beaver Creek News Current

Center of Pedagogy to support educator preparation

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FAIRBORN — Wright State’s College of Education and Human Services has established a new Center of Pedagogy as a coordinating structure for building and sustaining collaborative relationships among P-12 educators, university faculty and community stakeholders to improve programs that...

Bellbrook Times

Kiffin facing rocky reception in return to Neyland

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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Alabama offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin isn’t talking as the former Tennessee coach prepares to make his much-anticipated return to Knoxville.He has no choice.

The Bladen Journal

Early voting off to steady start

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LUMBERTON — Steve Bowen didn’t waste time getting out to the polls to vote for his favorite candidates in the upcoming Nov. 4 General Election.

Claiborne Progress

MLT to present ‘The Miracle Worker’

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The moving story of the deaf, blind, and mute child Helen Keller and her emergence into the world of language and friendship is the subject of this fall’s Middlesborough Little Theatre production, “The Miracle Worker.”