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HTC grad gets up close with Montana wildfires

FORT MADISON – It didn’t take long for Quentin Schneider to end up on the front lines of a brush fire in Laramie Wyoming… or face to face with a rattlesnake. Schneider, a 2020 graduate of Holy Trinity Catholic, signed up for an adventure this summer that sent him into the lines of the Wyoming fires for about two weeks.
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Tuolumne, CAmymotherlode.com

Tuolumne COVID-19 Report: 124 new cases since Friday

Sonora, CA – Tuolumne County Public Health is reporting 124 new COVID-19 cases in the county since the report on Friday. Of the 75 new community cases, 11 are hospitalized including two who were vaccinated, and one of whom is hospitalized for a non-COVID-related issue. There are 216 active cases an almost 46% increase from the 148 active cases on Friday. Divided by date 62 cases were from Saturday (47 community, 15 Sierra Conservation Center inmates) and 62 Sunday and today (28 community, 34 SCC).
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Clinton, NCsampsoncc.edu

Leading Sampson: Joyner Leads with Students and Local Businesses in Mind

A Sampson County local, Catherine Ezzell Joyner takes her role on the Sampson Community College (SCC) Board of Trustees seriously. For Joyner, serving as President of Ezzell Trucking, Inc. and serving on the Board of Trustees has allowed her to bring the unique perspective of the local business community to the board.
Sonoma, CASonoma Index Tribune

Sonoma Community Center celebrates 2021 Muse Kevin McNeely at Aug. 14 event

Sonoma Community Center’s 14th annual Muse celebration of “creativity, connection and community” will take place at 5 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 14. This year’s party – which will be held outside its East Napa Street building — will be the center’s first in-person fundraiser since its operations shifted to a completely virtual format during the pandemic.

Paddles up: Canoe club racers off to nationals

And in non-Olympic news, Sudbury Canoe Club has qualified three athletes in six events to the 2021 Canadian Sprint Canoe Kayak Championships in Ottawa. This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. Article content. Evan Volpini, Cole Macey and Lucas Gilpin raced at the Western Ontario Division...
Sarasota County, FLTampa Bay News Wire

Wilson-Wood Foundation funds early education for area families

The Wilson-Wood Foundation recently awarded a grant of $10,000 to Safe Children Coalition for its HIPPY (Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters) program. The grant will help area families with young children to prepare their children for success in school and beyond. The HIPPY program helps parents to provide...
BaseballBloomfield Democrat

Townsend, Reeves and Collier named to All-SCC team

Dawson Townsend, Dalton Reeves and Clay Collier were honored last week with the release of the South Central All-Conference squad. The teams were released late last week. Townsend was named to the first team as a catcher. Reeves was named as a second-team selection as a first baseman, and Clay Collier was honored on the second team as an outfielder.

Lawmakers ask SCC to analyze Dominion rates with an eye on refunds for customers

Eighteen Virginia legislators are asking state regulators to analyze what refunds Dominion Energy customers might receive and what electric rates would be if regulators weren’t bound by provisions in state law that are favorable to the large electric utility’s bottom line. “This is Dominion’s first rate case since 2015 and...
Surry County, NCMount Airy News

Surry student-athletes honored for academic excellence

DOBSON – Surry Community College’s student-athletes continue to excel both on the field and in the classroom. Surry Community is one of only six colleges in Region 10 to have a team named a National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) All-Academic Team. The college also had nine individuals recognized by the NJCAA for academic excellence, which was fifth-highest among North Carolina’s Community College system.
Surry County, NCMount Airy News

Emergency Medical Science Associate Degree Available Online from SCC

Surry Community College began offering an Associate in Applied Science in Emergency Medical Science in fall 2020. This program allows students who have obtained their paramedic credential through a certificate program to bridge over to an AAS EMS degree. The program is designed to provide an opportunity for paramedics currently...