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  1. Schoolchildren from Worcestershire rehearse at St. Andrew's Methodist Church in Pump StreetRead the original story w/Photo

    22 min ago | Worcester News

    WORCESTER Cathedral will be full on Saturday for a special concert to commemorate the centenary of the First World War. Students will help ring the cathedral bells before the start of the concert on the half-muffled, harmonic minor 10 bells, setting a respectful and solemn tone for the occasion.

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  2. Treating more than the disease: Giving kids with cancer Brighter TomorrowsRead the original story w/Photo

    22 min ago | The Progress

    ... care at Mayo Clinic and partly because of an organization called Brighter Tomorrows, which helped him and his family stay positive during his treatment. Just pick the golfers you think will finish 1st through 10th for each of the tournaments. You ...

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  3. World Rugby slams 'tackle ban' schemeRead the original story w/Photo

    22 min ago | Sky Sports

    Rugby's governing bodies have rejected calls from academics to remove tackling and the scrum from the school level of the game, with World Rugby describing the advice as "extreme and alarmist". Writing in the British Medical Journal , they said that ministers should "put the interests of the child before those of corporate professional rugby unions".

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  4. New Children's Books Inspires Kids to Pursue and Embrace Their PassionsRead the original story

    23 min ago | SBWire

    Teaching children how to discover and pursue their passions is set to become a lot easier for parents following the launch of the exciting children's book series, Cupcake Claire and Dancing with Ayden. Cupcake Claire is the first in a series of books that follows a girl named Claire along her journey of entrepreneurship.

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  5. Sausages and schools are just a flavour of what makes Swindon greatRead the original story w/Photo

    24 min ago | This is Wiltshire

    Sausages and schools have been hitting the headlines in the last few days, writes JENNY GROVES, chairman of Switch On To Swindon. Let's start with schools and the turf-cutting ceremony last week to mark the start of work to build a new secondary school close to the Waitrose store which will form part of the new Wichelstowe District Centre.

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  6. Schedule change means Porter Creek students can't catch city busRead the original story w/Photo

    25 min ago | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    A change in the time school lets out means students at Porter Creek Secondary School can no longer catch the city bus downtown immediately after class, council heard at the Sept. 18 standing committee meeting.

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  7. More Healthful Kids Meals? Panera CEO Dishes Out A ChallengeRead the original story w/Photo

    28 min ago | National Public Radio

    Panera's CEO has challenged other fast-food CEOs to eat their kids' menus for a week. He's trying to start a conversation about the nutrition in these meals.

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  8. Hungary threatens to block Ukraine's EU progress in language rowRead the original story w/Photo

    28 min ago | Egypt Today

    Hungary said on Tuesday it will block its neighbour Ukraine from integrating further with the European Union in retaliation for Kiev's decision to end teaching in minority languages including Hungarian. Ukraine passed a law on Sept.

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  9. This 14-Year-Old Founder Explains How to Market to Teenagers...Read the original story w/Photo

    28 min ago | Norwalk Citizen News

    You only have a few seconds to make an impression with teens on Snapchat or Instagram.Copyright 2017 Entrepreneur.com Inc., All rights reserved This article originally appeared on entrepreneur.com

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  10. News 21 mins ago 12:31 p.m.Man removes Nazi swastika tattoos after unlikely friendshipRead the original story w/Photo

    29 min ago | WHAS11

    ... views about white supremacy. "If it wasn't for her I would have seeped back into it," said Kent. "I look at her as family." Whittier, 45, even inspired Kent, 38, to take down the Nazi flags he had hanging in his living room and replace them with ...

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  11. Durham teachers vote with kidsa needs on their minds. How they see city issues.Read the original story w/Photo

    29 min ago | HeraldSun.com

    Durham will elect a new mayor and three City Council members this fall. Several candidates talk about representing all of Durham, and that includes its youngest residents.

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  12. Kim Kardashian West Is Chopping Up Her Dresses for NorthRead the original story w/Photo

    29 min ago | She Knows

    Jenn is perhaps best known as the author of the popular parenting blog Breed 'Em and Weep . She's written for many magazines, newspapers and websites, including Brain, Child Magazine, Literary Mama, and The Boston Globe.

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  13. Watford Rotary Club's young chef competition is open to entriesRead the original story w/Photo

    32 min ago | Hillingdon Times

    YOUNGSTERS hoping to follow in the footsteps of Masterchef winner Saliha can compete for the chance to cook at the Grove - or even travel to Italy. The Watford Observer is sponsoring Watford Rotary Club's Young Chef Competition, in which young people aged between 11 and 17 compete to create the best main course and dessert costing no more than A 10. The winner will get a chance to spend a day in the kitchen and restaurants at The Grove in Chandlers Cross under the supervision of Colette's Restaurant head chef Russell Bateman and his staff, as well as a voucher for a meal for four.

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  14. Joel Hammon: To love learning, find a passionRead the original story w/Photo

    33 min ago | Trenton Downtowner

    "And anyone who has been through high school has been reminded how important it is to be well-rounded.

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  15. 'Love And Hip Hop: Atlanta' Star Rasheeda Frost Confirms Split From Husband Kirk FrostRead the original story w/Photo

    35 min ago | Essence Magazine

    ... separated. "We're separated, and we're working on making sure that we're doing everything that we need to do for our family," she said. The couple wed in 1999 and welcomed their oldest son, Ky, in 2000. They also have a 4-year-old son named Karter. ...

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  16. Want a Balloon? 'IT' Sequel Coming to Theaters September 2019Read the original story w/Photo

    38 min ago | Film School Rejects

    Given how IT has performed at the box office , the question wasn't if a sequel would be coming, but rather when . Now we know the exact moment Pennywise the Clown will once again terrorize the citizens of Derry.

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  17. Recent editorials from Texas newspapersRead the original story

    38 min ago | The Brownsville Herald

    "Confederate monuments and plaques are understandably important to many Texans. But it is important that the historical information displayed on the Capitol grounds is accurate and appropriate," he said.

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  18. Mum's fundraising bid to give photo gifts to parents of heart surgery kidsRead the original story

    38 min ago | Evening Times

    A MUM whose 12-year-old son had open heart surgery has set up a fundraising campaign to give free photoshoots to other families who have gone through a similar experience. The mum, who runs a photography business taking pictures of newborn babies, said she will do the photoshoots for free but has set up a crowdfunding page to pay for framed prints to give to the parents.

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  19. Give in ways that honor your loved onesRead the original story w/Photo

    39 min ago | Tyler Morning Telegraph

    ... Society. Sometimes she did mini-research of others, resulting in a drawer full of history on not only our family but others as well. As I wrote the short version of her life, I discovered where I wanted to suggest donations in her memory. Her last ...

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  20. Education council discusses street safety at September meetingRead the original story w/Photo

    39 min ago | Glendale Register

    As students settle into their first month of school, parents and education leaders are also beginning to discuss issues important to the school community. At last Tuesday's Community Education Council District 24 meeting at PS/IS 128 in Middle Village, officials discussed street safety around area schools.

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