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GRAND RAPIDS, Michigan (WOTV) – Michigan Rehabilitation Services (MRS) has hired Sage Kitchen to deliver an eight-week virtual cooking course in safety and cooking to high school students in Lakewood and Portland. Students learn time management, recipe tracking, cleaning, prep work, quality checks, safety, proper food handling, use of kitchen utensils, and the Brigade system …

Students at South Oldham High School have learned techniques to help someone live another day. The UofL Hospital Trauma and Outreach Coordinator hosted a Stop the Bleed class on Thursday. Students were taught bystander tourniquet training as a way to control bleeding in an emergency. The skills they are learning now are encouraging the next …

February 23, 2022 This paid play is sponsored by the Sioux Falls Development Foundation. Whatever your industry, there’s likely talent out there ready to support your business – if you know where to look. “We understand that workforce is a common and important challenge for our business community,” said Denise Guzzetta, vice president of talent …

“You think you’re a big shot. I own you, and I own the legislature,” the liquor industry lobbyist said, speaking loudly at Santa Fe’s La Fonda hotel to a banquet hall full of lawmakers and press. This legendary event happened in January 1963 during the annual “Hundredth Bill Party”. As the legislative session winds down, …

By Jillian Kurtz One day a week, members of the Wolfpack Archery Team practice at Koteewi Range at Strawtown Koteewi Park in Noblesville. Whether on the facility’s indoor or outdoor shooting ranges, young archers learn more than just archery skills during training. Tony Girt, 55, coaches the Wolfpack archery team. It teaches archery techniques and …

Pioneer high school graduates from Quezon City Science High School cheer and throw off their graduation caps in April last year after commencement rites. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION PHOTO THE Department of Education (DepEd) has launched the Technology Assisted Professional Immersion Benefit or Oplan Tawid to provide secondary school (SHS) students with digital literacy skills and …

CHILLICOTHE — There was a time when she dreamed of being a Broadway performer or a national newscaster. “I dreamed of being in a position of influence,” said Laurie Sheridan Lach, “and using my communication skills to inspire people. I was comfortable on stage and speaking in front of people and that’s true today. But …

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. — At a Virginia Beach School Board business session on Tuesday, administration leaders gave a presentation with the latest COVID-19 data. According to the Virginia Department of Health (VDH), community transmission in the city is high, with a positivity rate of 36.1% over the past seven days. Board members plan to discuss …

When I started my university journey, I was one of the few who knew without a doubt what they wanted to do in life. I was privileged to feel secure in my choice and was ready to spend the next four years learning as much as I could about the ins and outs of journalism. …

(Photo: David Chivatero, 247Sports) Mickey-joseph The response from a veteran coaching peer to a journalist’s question about moving up the professional ladder tweeted on Thursday. “A real conversation,” Joseph added to a video that went viral of the thoughts of Atlanta Falcons defensive coordinator Dean Pees. Real conversation https://t.co/s1krgPFk1C – Mickey-joseph (@ daboot02) January 6, …

Artist Christine Whitacre shows off a copy of “Color My World.” A gnome adventure. She wrote and illustrated the children’s book available from Barnes & Noble and Amazon. “It was a bit like being in limbo back then”, the artist-author laughed at his great family days in Salem. “Growing up when there were so many …

The year 2021 opened and closed under the cloud of COVID-19, with countries in Southeast Asia experiencing more severe epidemics after largely avoiding widespread infections and deaths in the first year of the pandemic. People in East and Southeast Asia have suffered economic hardship, mass unemployment and even hunger as trade and tourism have dried …

The past year has been a busy one for development projects in La Crosse, and several of these projects made headlines in 2021. Some of them have seen a big move, after years of planning and discussion, like the development of River Point on the former Mobil Oil site. Over the course of the year, …

Cheryl Moore has spent over 20 years perfecting the art of her personal photography, and honestly I can’t remember a time when she didn’t have a camera in her hand. Moore’s dedication to the art paid off in the form of his nomination as one of the nation’s top 10 wildlife photographers by Professional Photographers …

WEST BOYLSTON – Bryan Perla has come a long way for someone so young. Growing up in West Boylston, he struggled with a learning problem that may have derailed others. Instead, he overcame those hardships to form a company that brought him into the national limelight. Perla showcased her product, Little ELF, a safe wrapping …

KANSAS CITY, Ks – Turner High School’s building trades curriculum is changing the way students approach math and science. For more than 25 years, students built market-ready homes from empty land within two years. The program teaches the ins and outs of construction and industry skills. Teachers said it also shaped the character of students …

CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) – Education isn’t just in the classroom, and it’s not just about being smart with books. These are basic life skills – having a conversation and having good manners. They can make all the difference in finding you a job one day. So MeckEd teaches children etiquette. The nonprofit has given the …

In Netflix’s hit “Squid Game,” there is a line that resonates with most South Koreans: while boasting about being smart and capable, self-proclaimed silver-tongued Mi-nyeo says, “I am totally smart. I just never studied. The line stems from the widespread belief – not just here but in many other parts of the world – that …