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Finger Lakes Times

Waterloo High School students walk out over suicide comment

WATERLOO — Outraged by a comment from a teacher aide, about 100 students at Waterloo High School walked out of classes Friday morning. The comment, that students thinking of suicide should “eat a cookie,” allegedly was made by a teacher aide earlier this week, during a class. It drew criticism on Facebook and escalated into Friday’s student walkout.
WATERLOO, NY
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St. Cloud Times

Dismay over Cold Spring racial incident: Letter

I was dismayed but not totally surprised by the racial incident reported by the St. Cloud Times [July 27, 2021]: "Cold Spring family speaks out against hate after SUV crashes into home." I grew up in Richmond and attended St. Boniface High School in Cold Spring. I grew up in...
COLD SPRING, MN
Tahlequah Daily Press

Keys rolls past Sequoyah, 47-0

PARK HILL — Keys was dominant Friday in a convincing 47-0 win over rival Sequoyah at Jerry Hood Stadium. The Cougars were able to get started early, and never lost track and maintained the lead throughout the entire game. Keys started the game with the ball and was in the endzone in no time. Cooper Hamilton ran in about a 40-yard scamper on the second play from scrimmage to jump out to an early 7-0 lead.
PARK HILL, OK
wrestlinginc.com

The Blue Meanie And JBL Talk Bloody Incident At ECW One Night Stand

Former ECW and WWE superstar The Blue Meanie sat down for an in-depth interview with legends Gerald Brisco and JBL for an episode of Stories with Brisco and Bradshaw. During the interview they discussed a wide variety of topics, but focused particularly on The Blue Meanie’s and JBL’s infamous past heat when both were in the WWE. Meanie spoke more in-depth about his perspective at the time, and how he didn’t know he was doing anything wrong.
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bigrapidsnews.com

Midlander's share what they wished they had learned in school

The Daily News posed this question to many people walking around downtown Midland on Sept. 17. Here is what they had to say:. Michael Reitz is a Saginaw resident who works in Midland and wishes he learned how to work with others in an office, handle workplace disputes, and how to communicate in a professional manner. He would have liked to learn about the habits of professional conduct.
MIDLAND, MI
WIVB

Lancaster rolls to 28-6 victory over Orchard Park

LANCASTER, N.Y. (WIVB) — It was rivalry weekend for the undefeated Lancaster Legends as they played host to 1-1 Orchard Park on Friday night. First play of the game, Quakers QB Ben Gocella takes the snap but he’s immediately met by Matt Sell for the sack!. A few minutes later,...
LANCASTER, NY

Patrick Kane says he didn’t know in 2010 about Blackhawks assault allegations

CHICAGO (AP) — Blackhawks star Patrick Kane said Friday he has participated in the investigation into allegations that a then-assistant coach sexually assaulted two players in 2010, adding that he did not know anything happened at the time. “Obviously very serious allegations, and everyone knows that,” Kane said at the...
NHL

Two Former Cops Sue Tennessee Police Department for Racist Intimidation and Bullying

Two former Nashville cops are suing the Millersville Police Department for the racially motivated bullying and intimidation they say they were subjected to. Robert Black and former Sergeant Josh Barnes sued the city, assistant chief Dustin Carr, and Police Chief Mark Palmer for forcing them right out of their jobs through a series of intimidation tactics, NewsChannel5 reports. But instead of just focusing on their encounters of mistreatment, the lawsuit points to the police department’s cover-up on systemic racism and corruption.
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Daily Camera

Guest Opinion: Steve Nelson: ‘Freedom shoppers’ defy rule

Give the bullies an inch and they’ll take a mile or two. That’s where we are as a peculiar form of sociopathic narcissism sweeps through the country. This small rant was inspired by a shopping trip this week to Safeway at 287 and Arapahoe Avenue in Erie. A large sign at the entrance reads, “MASKS REQUIRED.”
ERIE, CO
goodmenproject.com

The People of the Mind

As if it wasn’t hard enough to deal with the people who hurt you who were supposed to love you, you also have to deal with their representatives you carry around in your head. Actual people you can divorce, send to jail, move across the country and never see again; the people of the mind follow you, they share your bed despite divorce. Regardless of orders of protection, they dog your footsteps, day and night. It’s imperative you find a way to cope with these imaginary people or they will do you more harm than the real ones ever could.
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marketresearchtelecast.com

France puzzles over bullying against children born in 2010

The hashtag # Anti2010 is directed against children born in 2010. The phenomenon must be taken very seriously, said the chairman of the association E-enfance for the protection of children on the Internet, Justine Atlan, the French broadcaster France Info on Friday. Threats on Tiktok. With the start of the...
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