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LIMA — Kris Browning, lead pastor of Shawnee Alliance Church, laughs when he thinks about retiring in 35 years or so and helping a new pastor transition into the role. Because human beings complain from time to time, he’s looking forward to that new pastor doing just that. In fact, he’s already prepared his joke. …

Music teacher Matt Carlson was inspired to compose a song during the pandemic. Thanks to technology grades 4-12 in the Bermudian School District were able to sing it They sang 168 voices united. But what many wouldn’t know, is that those 168 students weren’t actually singing together at all, let alone in the same room. …

As a public service, Shaw Media will provide open access to information related to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) emergency. Sign up for the newsletter here GENOA – Students in the Genoa-Kingston 424 school district will continue learning from home until next month, said G-K Superintendent Brent O’Daniell Wednesday, days after he reported a COVID-19 positive case …

By Mark Ashenden Last Updated: 08/11/19 5:20pm Samantha Kinghorn was defending champion heading to Dubai British wheelchair sprinter and Sky Scholar Samantha Kinghorn battled to bronze in the T53 100m at the World Para Athletics Championships in Dubai on Friday. It was Great Britain’s second medal of the Championships following Paul Blake’s stunning gold on …

ANDRE GOMES will undergo surgery on Monday after suffering a fractured and dislocated right ankle. The Everton midfielder was rushed to nearby Aintree hospital on Sunday after picking up the gruesome injury. 2 Andre Gomes is taken off with a horrific-looking leg injuryCredit: Reuters He was taken off on a stretcher following a tackle by …

As the red shirts raised their arms at the final whistle, Jordan Henderson got on with hugging everyone he could find. Henderson hugged Davinson Sánchez and Lucas Moura. He hugged Jürgen Klopp, folding himself into that nylon‑suited embrace while Klopp beamed over his shoulder like a proud father. From there Henderson applauded every stand so …

Sarah Groustra, a Brookline High School graduate, wrote a column in the school newspaper about period stigma last year. It led to Brookline voting to offer free pads and tampons in all town-owned restrooms. Jesse Costa/WBUR hide caption toggle caption Jesse Costa/WBUR Sarah Groustra, a Brookline High School graduate, wrote a column in the school …