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Museum of Play evening a success at Lincoln Elementary in Newark

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Math, reading, games, and this year a book fair added into the mix. It all proved to be a winning combination for this year's “Lincoln Museum of Play” evening event at Lincoln Elementary School in ... more
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“Bill Nye the Science Guy” to speak to at Cornell Graduation weekend

“Bill Nye the Science Guy” to speak to at Cornell Graduation weekend
Scientist, comedian, TV personality and author William S. Nye, or "Bill Nye the Science Guy," will speak at Cornell's Senior Convocation next month. Early in his career, Nye was a Boeing engineer by day and ... more
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Pair of Support Group meetings coming to Ovid after tragic loss of South Seneca student

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A Support Group meeting is on the move after a recent tragedy in Seneca County. The Seneca County Suicide Prevention Coalition announced the change of venue for their next Sudden Loss Support Group meeting, which ... more
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Talent show a big hit in Newark

Talent show a big hit in
Judging from the enthusiastic response seen in the applause and smiles on the faces of parents, siblings and others to the 45 performers that highlighted “Kelley’s Got Talent” show at Kelley School April 11th, it ... more
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Student Housing – Tips for house hunting and independent living

Student Housing – Tips for house hunting and independent living
One of the most critical decisions you’ll have to make as a college student is where to live while in school. Unfortunately, finding a house that ticks all the boxes including affordable rent fees, good ... more
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Hochul urges students to take on women’s rights fight

Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul is well aware of the history this region has when it comes to an issue close to her heart: women’s rights. On the campus of Hobart and William Smith Colleges Tuesday ... more
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10 realities of college life

10 realities of college life
Most incoming college freshmen believe freshman year of college is supposed to be the best year of your life. It can be true, but you should know 10 realities of college life ... more
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Mynderse Academy names Valedictorian, Salutatorian for 2019

Mynderse Academy names Valedictorian, Salutatorian for 2019
Louis Charles Smith, son of Bernie and Anne Smith has been named the Mynderse Academy Class of 2019 Valedictorian. Louis is a member of the National Honor Society and currently serves as the Vice-President. He ... more
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Families turn out to learn about science in Newark

Families turn out to learn about science in Newark
More than 88 Perkins, Lincoln and Kelley School families had fun learning about some of the marvels of science together as they participated in the fourth annual Family Science Night at Perkins School April 3rd ... more
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Teacher recognized in Newark

Teacher recognized in Newark
Newark High School art teacher Renee Bailey has made it her career-long practice to stay in contact with and encourage some of her former students. Two of them have gone the extra mile in publicly ... more
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Larry Sharpe will speak at Keuka College this weekend

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A Libertarian Party activist and New York gubernatorial candidate will discuss politics and state-related issues at Keuka College this weekend. Larry Sharpe will speak on Saturday, April 13th, from 3-5 p.m. in Room 109 of ... more
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Uncertainty doesn’t discourage leaders in public radio

Public radio still a staple in Finger Lakes
With recent headlines gathering attention, WEOS.FM Station Manager of Finger Lakes Public Radio Greg Cotterill weighs in on Trump’s third annual barrage upon the institution of public access radio and the station’s prominence throughout the ... more
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Award-winning author Jamison to teach, read at Wells College

Award-winning author Jamison to teach, read at Wells College
Essayist and novelist Leslie Jamison will come to Wells College in Aurora for a master class and reading Wednesday, April 10. The master class, "Writing Other People's Lives," takes place at 12:30 p.m. in the ... more
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NYCC to graduate 35 new doctors

New York Chiropractic College will host its Winter 2019 Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, April 6, 2019, at 10:00 a.m. in the NYCC Standard Process Athletic Center. During the event, 35 graduates will take the Chiropractic ... more
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Newark CSD designated one of the best for music education for 7th year

Newark CSD designated one of the best for music education for 7th year
For the seventh year in a row, the Newark Central School District has been designated as one of 623 Best Communities for Music Education in the United States by the NAMM (National Association of Music ... more
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Newark teams qualify for scholar athlete status

Six Newark High School Winter teams have qualified for scholar athlete team status. The recognition is given by the New York State Public High School Athletic Association to varsity athletic teams that collectively achieve averages ... more
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Inns of Aurora opens demonstration kitchen, relaunches restaurant

Inns of Aurora opens demonstration kitchen, relaunches restaurant
The Inns of Aurora has recently launched its newest food attraction, and relaunched its oldest. Open as of January inside the former Dorie's Bakery is Aurora Cooks! A demonstration kitchen, it doesn't just serve food ... more
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Bike-share plan wins Geneva Panther Pitch

Bike-share plan wins Geneva Panther Pitch
Geneva may someday be able to add “bike-friendly” to its accolades — at least if Darby Bleakley and Natalie Berg-Pappert get their way. The young entrepreneurs won over judges at the Panther Pitch last Wednesday ... more
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Racial bias test at Auburn Junior High sparks parent concern

Racial bias test at Auburn Junior High sparks parent concern
Some Auburn Junior High School parents have complained to district officials about the appropriateness of a test given to seventh-grade English students that was aimed at gauging racial bias. Sara DeAngelis, a parent of a ... more
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Can students succeed in planning their daily routine?

Becoming and staying organized is probably one of the hardest things to do while in college. It is also one of the most important things students can do as it can significantly affect their studies, ... more
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At age 93, Williamson WWII veteran receives high school diploma

At age 93, Williamson WWII veteran receives high school diploma
In his 93 years, Starford Steinhoff has accomplished quite a bit. Among those accomplishments: Honorably serving the U.S. during World War II. He served in the Army’s 66th Infantry and fought in the European theater ... more
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